Lizzie’s Dream Journal by Charlie King

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It wasn’t until she went upstairs to her room that she checked the journal out. The padded leather cover around the book felt nice to touch. “If you can write it, dream it,” read the raised words on the front cover.

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Charlie King lives in London and has started writing at an early age. He considers writing to be a hobby. On his blog, Charlie reviews books, TV shows and films. He also writes satirical articles and his observations of his life as an author. He works as a legal assistant, and when he is not writing, he relaxes by watching TV or playing video games.

Charlie published his first book in 2017. Lizzie’s Dream Journal is his third book, published in December 2020.

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The Algorithm by William Knight

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I’m fascinated by science and tech; its potential, its problems, its misuse and most specifically how it affects people. And for all its enormous impact, we didn’t vote for it. It simply arrived when some giant firm said so. But there has never been a more relevant time to explore our relationship with technological progress and the benefits we have been sold.

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Language: English

Print Length: 193pages

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Publication Date: 30 April 2021

Categories: Technothriller | Psychological Thriller | Conspiracy Thriller

Trigger Warnings: Profanity | Deity Swears | Death | Occult & Superstition

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William Knight has written for publications like the Financial Times, BBC, and others. He has published three novels: The Donated, XYZ, and The Algorithm. His books focus on the impact of technology use on individuals and families, exploring this theme from various human angles. Although we should make the best use of the available technology, we also need to be aware of its impact on our health and sanity. 

He loves to hear from his readers, so feel free to contact him on social media through the links provided above. 

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Twisty Tales, Vol 1 by F.J. Beerling and V.A. Bryce

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Outrageously funny, page-turning tales full of delicious deceit and delightful disasters with a twist!

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F.J. Beerling started writing in 2014 and currently has eighteen published titles. She has received recognition for her writing from various sources. The Ministry of Defense, Her Majesty the Queen, and Martin Turnbull (former president of Australia), to name a few.  

VA Bryce stayed in touch with his inner child and love to make people laugh. He uses these skills to create entertaining stories for children.

Lucy Gilbert is the digital illustrator of Twisty Tales. She gets inspired by visiting coastal locations in the U.K., where she likes to paint pebbles and enjoying the view.

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The Last Shimmer by Sage Hyatt

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Sage Hyatt loves to sing, make arts and crafts, and is a connoisseur of desserts and cute cat memes.

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Sage Hyatt started writing short stories with her dad from age six. You can find them at Not Your Father’s Bedtime Stories

She publishes her first short story Psychopath Strawberry in the June issue of Spaceports & Spidersilk. The Last Shimmer is her first novel, published in May 2021. 

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This much Huxley knows by Gail Aldwin

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“An emotional story that will leave readers meditating on the life-saving magic of kindness.” –IndieReader

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Language: English

Print Length: 217 pages

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Publication Date: 8 July 2021

Categories: British Contemporary Literature | Friendship Fiction |  Coming of Age Fiction

Trigger Warnings: Deity Swears

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Gail Aldwin, a British writer, has worked in many countries like Australia, Papua New Guinea, Uganda, and Spain. Gail also volunteered at a refugee centre in Bidibi, Uganda. She writes novels, short fiction, and poetry. But she is also part of 3-She, a group of women writers, creating short plays and comedy sketches.

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The Cuts that Cure by Arthur Herbert

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Dark and deeply chilling, Herbert leads his tragic hero down a twisting trail through the underbelly of the Texas border. Memorable characters and vivid descriptions make this simmering suspense story a strong debut.

Joel Shulkin, MD, author of Adverse Effects.
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Language: English

Print Length: 298 pages

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Publication Date: 11 May 2021

Categories: Western Horror Fiction | Medical Fiction | United States Dramas and Plays

Trigger Warnings: Violence | Death | Profanity | Deity Swears | Depression | Suicide

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Arthur Herbert grew up in a small town in Texas. He worked various jobs before going to medical school to train as a surgeon. He then did a fellowship in critical care and trauma surgery.  He is still running a thriving practice. 

The Cuts that Cure is his first novel, published by White Bird Publishing in May 2021. He is already working on his second novel. He has also published two short stories: Sisters and Mister B’s Goodbye.

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Becoming Insane by Leyla Cardena

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“As an adolescent, she considered herself an outsider and a tomboy, and found it difficult to fit in at school; instead, she found solace in old movies, furtive cigarettes and writing.”

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Language: English

Print Length: 214 pages

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Publication Date: 30 April 2019

Categories: Psychological Thriller | Paranormal Suspense | Supernatural Thrillers

Trigger Warnings: Violence | Death | Profanity | Deity Swears

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Leyla Cardena was born in Geneva, Switzerland. She didn’t have a happy childhood and remembered it as a time of feeling lost and helpless. After school, she works in administration and then joined a trust company while studying law at night. At twenty-three, she resigned from her job to follow her dream to become a writer.

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Plane in the Lake by Neil Turner

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“… immersed him in the worlds of Jerry Muskrat, Peter Rabbit, and their furry friends.” 

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Language: English

Print Length: 342 pages

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Publication Date: 1 June 2021

Categories: Legal Thrillers | Kidnapping Thrillers | Organized Crime Thrillers

Trigger Warnings: Violence | Death | Profanity | Deity Swears

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Neil Turner fell in love with reading as a boy when he read books by authors like Beatrix Potter and Thornton Burgess. His parents were happy to listen to him reading them stories. Then he started writing, but it is only as an adult that he considered writing a book. After many courses, seminars, conferences, and failed manuscripts, he succeeded with the Tony Valenti Thriller Series.

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One Kingdom Under Heaven by Alastair Luft

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This book tries to trick you into believing it’s a politician thriller, but it is so much more than that. A compelling social commentary set in the near future, ‘One Kingdom Under Heaven’ brings the darkest possibilities of contemporary politics into sharp relief. 

Laya V Smith, author of The Lumbermill
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Language: English

Print Length: 320 pages

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Publication Date: 17 June 2021

Categories: Political Thriller | Action/Adventure | International Fiction | Navy Seals

Trigger Warnings: Violence | Death | Profanity | Deity Swears

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One Kingdom Under Heaven is the third book by Canadian author Alastair Luft. He published his first book, The Battle Within, in 2017. Followed in 2019 by Jihadi Bride. He is a veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces and often speaks at events. His favourite topic is: 

“how violence begets violence, and the importance of discovering one’s passion.” – Amazon Author Page

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Jihadi Bride by Alastair Luft

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Alastair Luft is a Royal Military College graduate and Canadian Armed Forces Veteran. –

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Language: English

Print Length: 287 pages

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Publication Date: 29 August 2019

Categories: Historical Thrillers | Terrorism Thrillers

Trigger Warnings: Violence | Death | Profanity

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Alastair Luft stays in Canada with his wife and two daughters. He graduates from the Royal Military College and is a Canadian Armed Forces veteran. 

He publishes The Battle Within in 2017.  Jihadi Bride is his second novel. 

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