A Secret Muse by Mandy Jackson-Beverly
Press Releases / December 9, 2015

The female version of Dan Brown or his alter ego. We can define this author and her book just like this. The author is Mandy Jackson-Beverly and the book is A Secret Muse, a compelling novel suspended among thriller, mystery and a bit of horror. For the highly creative ingredients that surround it, this book is ideal to read for Christmas and maybe to give to your loved ones. A Secret Muse is the story about a mysterious brotherhood and about a secret past buried in Italy.   The first characters are UCLA art professor Coco Rhodes and her brother Christopher, a powerful lawyer and a member of an ancient, secret society called Allegiance. It is just Christopher, who must drive his sister to discover her roots and origins and an upsetting truth in her birthplace, namely Italy. Coco is indeed a former little girl survived to an attempt where both her parents died. Who killed them? And what has to do the Allegiance with all this? After the arrival of a birthday letter from her dead mother, Coco demands explanations from her brother, Christopher. He guides Coco to her birthplace, Italy, insisting she’ll find her answers there. Through wonderful…

Caravaggio And The Art Of Mayhem by Brent Smith
Press Releases / November 24, 2015

Rome in the late 16th century is a seething cauldron of political and religious tension. It is 1592 and the young Michelangelo Merisi arrives from his home village of Caravaggio in Lombardy after being acquitted of a murder charge in Milan. This is the story of his short and turbulent life, his rise from penniless obscurity to become the greatest painter of his age or any age, inspired by his lifelong love for the beautiful Cecco and happy to be nicknamed Caravaggio. He is fêted by princes, dukes, cardinals and a scheming pope, he makes fortunes and spends them just as quickly, but when he kills a man in a duel over a game of tennis his world is shattered. Under sentence of death he flees with Cecco to Lombardy, Naples and Sicily, aided and sheltered by his aristocratic friends. In Malta he becomes a Knight of the Most Holy Order of St John, is thrown into prison and escapes. Back in Naples he seeks the protection of the Contessa Constanza Colonna and her noble family, but is never told the Contessa’s private knowledge of the circumstances of his birth — although she does reveal it to Cecco under a…

The Horseman (Land of the Morning Book 1) by Kristina O’Donnelly
Press Releases / November 3, 2015

The present and the past wonderfully merged in an epic and gripping novel with a touch of magic. This is the description of a book that deserves absolutely to be read. It is titled The Horseman and this is the first novel of the series called: Land of The Morning. Its author is an Irish award winning novelist: Kristina O’Donnelly. She was born in Rome and lived in Turkey with her parents. Thanks to this deep life experience, the author developed a strong passion for writing, by challenging the style of Wilbur Smith.  The Horseman was her first book. Later, Kristina wrote the subsequent books of the trilogy called: “ Land of the Morning”. Currently, the trilogy consists of well seven books. If you read the first, you’ll find a world of sensations and feelings and a romantic and sensual romance surrounded by a triangle of love among a blond American girl and two charming and handsome Turkish characters. The book also keeps a biographical touch since the author grew up in Turkey. The Horseman is also a detailed account about the controversial fight between Turks and Kurds, where the point of view of the author is heartfelt, unbiased and…

The best books for Halloween
Press Releases / October 19, 2015

What are the best books to read for Halloween? They are the unconventional and rebel ones. You can buy these books at a Publishing company called: “Screamin’ Skull Press”. The company publishes only the books released by a very creative couple of self-published authors: Tony and Nicole Nesca, a husband and a wife who have always cultivated their great passion for creative writing and who founded “Screamin’ Skull Press” some years ago. With their company, they write, publish and packed novels, short stories and poetry. They define their kind of literature as unconventional. Their writing is indeed inspired by authors like Henry Miller, Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs and Lucien Carr. These were writers who thanks to a dash of rebellion inside their writing conquered global literature. Tony and Nicole Nesca feel connected to that Generation through their own work, and their innate understanding of what it means to be artists whose work cannot be deemed ‘conventional’ by anyone’s standards. Even though they have both cultivated individual styles, they have the same mission. With a free flowing mix of prose and poetry, Nescas’ pieces are, indeed, explorations of sexual freedom, art, death and love. Tony and Nicole Nesca have published…

Biocentrism by Robert Lanza
Essays , Press Releases / June 8, 2015

What happens when people die? Read the book titled “Biocentrism” to discover it! In this book, the American scientist Robert Lanza explains what happens after life according to science rules. This book reveals upsetting truths about life and death. Buy the book now ! Click on the title: Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe

All That Glitters Is Not Gold by Lucy Killebrew and Linda Law
Press Releases / March 9, 2015

“I remember the day of my twelfth birthday as if it were yesterday. I remember standing in the middle of an empty house holding my six year old brother, Tom Cat, and trying to think what I needed to do. His name is Thomas, but I’ve called him Tom Cat all his life. I stroked his back as he cried into my shoulder. He would winch when I touched the whelps from the beating the night before, but he was so scared that his craving for comfort wouldn’t allow him to pull away from me.   Instead, he buried his head deeper into my neck. I remembered that his back was cut from the lashes of the belt and patted his rear instead of his back. I was acutely aware that his nose was running and he was wiping it on my freshly washed hair, but decided not to make an issue of it then…that was the least of my problems.   Sixteen years later, Ann had kept her promise to her brother, but now someone else needs her. The baby she gave up twelve years ago. Ann is sure he is in danger and hires Nikki Smithson to find…

Temptation by R.B.O’Brien
Press Releases / February 9, 2015

He didn’t think he was capable of love; she thought she had everything she ever needed. But when former ballet dancer and entrepreneur Natalie Smith and environmentalist Michael Black meet, they are thrust into a headlong relationship that may devastate them both. Falling almost too fast for this enigmatic, controlling man, Natalie is both excited and terrified by the fine line Michael walks between his dark and light side, as he introduces her to a world of games, bondage, and punishments. And to her surprise, she likes her submission. She likes the control he wields. And he cannot have it any other way. He likes to bring Natalie to the edge, and she likes the edge he brings her to. Pleasure has never felt so good. But can Michael fully let go of his trust issues and fall in love? Or will his past leave Natalie on the edge of pain? About the book: Temptation is the first novel of the Natalie’s Edge series. About the author: R.B. O’Brien is an erotic romance writer. Official website: rbobrien.weebly.com Publisher: Extasy Books. Price: $ 5.99. Buy the book on the publisher website.  

Achilla The Strong by Grant Miller
Press Releases / February 4, 2015

Achilla The Strong is a story about how Achilla Johnson, an abnormally gifted but troubled girl, manages her teenage years. Achilla grows up in Bridgeport, Connecticut with her mother, Ailina Harris, but she does not know her father. At eleven years old, she runs into Brendan Johnson after her basketball game; one that ends after Achilla beats up a girl on the opposing team. Noticing her impressive strength, Brendan recognizes her as Ailina’s daughter, and consequently his child. Brendan wins custody over Achilla, and she realizes that all of the negative things Ailina said about him are false. She also realizes just how different she is from other kids her age. Thanks to Ailina’s DNA and her regimented, often abusive, training, Achilla has the power and skill of ten men, but she fears that she is still no match for her former master’s savage strength. When Ailina threatens Achilla’s new family, Achilla must choose to join her or fight; a choice that could mean a painful death. Will Achilla join Ailina or defend her new home? Will she die in defense of her family, or will she defeat Ailina once and for all? Read Achilla The Strong to find out!…

“Out of the Shoebox”: An Autobiographic Mystery by Yaron Reshef
Press Releases / January 12, 2015

Out of the Shoebox is a fascinating journal that reads like a detective story, comes across as an imaginative quest into the past, yet is the true personal story of the writer, Yaron Reshef. An unexpected phone call hurls Reshef into an intensive two-year journey, during which he has to solve a mystery that took shape in the 1930s and gradually unfolded in the present.   A mysterious lot, a forgotten bank account, a people long gone – along with their memory which were obliterated during the Holocaust. All of these rise to the surface, bearing with them memories and emotions previously hidden away in the shoebox. “I had no intention of writing a book. I had no need to write a story in general nor a story about my family and the Holocaust in particular. But life being what it is, sometimes things happen in mysterious, even surprising ways. Stuff that used to take center stage moves to the background, and background stuff moves downstage and center. That’s what happened in my case.” (Yaron Reshef). The book is available on Amazon. Paperback (List price): $13.88 or $10.65 if you buy it immediately. Kindle: $3.99 or  $4.71. The last price…