Free: Civil Terror: Gridlock

Terrorists hack and weaponize the new self-driving car network designed by engineer Jake Bendel, forcing him to partner with a rogue FBI agent to stop a larger national attack. An intense thriller with a plausible scenario from a real-life traffic engineer about artificial intelligence and the self-driving revolution. “Fans of smart, fast-paced thrillers, like those by Clive Cussler and Tom Clancy, will gravitate towards Civil Terror: Gridlock.” – Auto Newsblaster ... [Read More...]

Free: A Murder on Long Island

TOO MANY LEADS, TWO FEW BREAKS, AND only TEN DAYS TO GO IN THE TRIAL OF THE YEAR… Things are finally turning around at Captain O’Brian’s Pub and Cigar Bar, an oddball location for a PI office, but the kind of warm, buzzy scene every mystery reader loves. After first getting fired, then earning a glowing reputation in his first high-profile case as a PI, ex-NYPD Detective Joey Mancuso’s back on the crime scene with his half-brother and Brooklyn’s favorite man of the cloth, Father Domin... [Read More...]

California Sports Astounding: Fun, Unknown, and Surprising Facts from Statehood to Sunday

You might know California’s sunny beaches and sky-high Redwoods, but do you know when California’s first mini golf course opened? Ever wondered what’s recognized as California’s official state sport, or which sports were invented within its state lines? Impress your friends, amaze your family, and even conquer your enemies on a quiz show with your sublime knowledge of every sport in the Golden State! Featuring extraordinary facts and remarkable events from football to fishing, this comp... [Read More...]

Free: The Dead Travel Fast

The line between a hero and a villain is often thinner than we imagine… Vlad 3 Dracula, prince of Wallachia and defender of Christendom. Count Dracula, who inspired one of the greatest horror tales in history… are both alive in the same extraordinary man… a man who’s past holds the key to defeating a new and bloody evil … Veronica Belle, an average young woman with aspirations of becoming a horror writer has chosen the pastoral seaside town of Potter’s neck to inspire her… and yet... [Read More...]

Kill Joy

Kill Joy is the second Naomi Richards story. Children’s author Joy Davis mysteriously disappears after her car crashes during a snowstorm on the outskirts of Liverpool in the UK. Has she simply escaped her cheating and wasteful husband Jon or has something more menacing happened? Could her disappearance be linked to her writing which has moved in a new, darker, direction, following her interest in the story of a convicted serial killer? Or has she simply decided to disappear like Agatha Chris... [Read More...]

It Happened On Our Watch

It Happened On Our Watch” is my ninth book. Like the others it’s bite-sized, intended to whet the appetite and encourage the reader to learn more about different cultures and life experiences. Like the others it pays homage to being Black and an American facing historically challenging and triumphant times. It is my journey. So far it’s a journey that’s spanned seven decades, a journey that mirrors many others’, but in significant ways is vastly different. $0.99 on... [Read More...]

Disturbed Mind

After Grace Ellery a college English teacher had to kill one of her students in self-defense, it seems like things are finally returning to normal…or so she thought. When Grace’s boyfriend Sam starts helping local police detectives investigate a brutal killing, the normal life Grace has been waiting for takes a serious detour. The horrific killing has left the body with no identifying characteristics, no one knows who it is and the entire town becomes volatile. Now with the police departmen... [Read More...]

Free: Crime Beat Girl

A girl is dead. A boy is locked up. Can Debbie Bradley discover the truth before more lives are lost…maybe even her own? A series of deadly shootings. An outbreak of stolen cars. When journalist Debbie Bradley returns home to St. Louis, the summer crime wave has started. And she’s in the center: A witness, a reporter, a target. Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

The Elementary Bugler: Learning to play Bb Trumpet before you need to use the valves

Learn the foundational elements of Trumpet playing while not being concerned with learning how to use the valves. In The Elementary Bugler you will find a bunch of limited-range bugle calls, all composed by the author, that are not technically challenging to play, fun and, most importantly, accessible for the beginning Trumpet player. When he was a volunteer Bugler with Bugles Across America playing Taps at Military Funerals, he asked himself, “How could the playing of Bugle Calls help my... [Read More...]