Happy Wednesday, fellow reading addicts!

So, despite the bitterly cold temperatures last week, we’re back in the 70s for a few days, a temperature dip and a threat of snow (but almost all winter it’s been just a threat or a dusting, nothing like 2019, 2020, or 2021 winters). I haven’t checked to see if the tulips are pushing up yet, but it won’t be long before all the flowers are blooming and I need to decide if I’m going to do a garden (Hint: I probably am not due to a lot of travel in June and August.)

I’ve been tackling some small personal projects around the house and on my longer to do list for my business and my writing. I don’t know about the rest of you, but some days I seriously underestimate how long certain tasks will take, thinking I can get them done in a fraction of time. You know, kind of like the recipes that say you can prep the meal in 10 minutes, but it involves dicing up all sorts of vegetables and you’re not a chef, so it takes 45 minutes instead of 10. That’s how some of my projects are going.

I don’t know how many of you play roleplaying games, but last month I started an online session with a mix of real-life friends and online friends. There are eight players, half of them know each other in their respective groups, so it is really entertaining when they work together on accident to take a scenario the wrong direction. This will be the second session on Saturday and I look forward to it. If you play roleplaying games, what are some of your favorites to play?

We have an interesting variety of books to share with you this week. ​Check them out below!​

Enjoy and happy reading!

This Week’s Special Deals

Die Again to Save the World Complete Series Boxed Set

Every time Rueben Peet dies, he ‘returns’ to his body with the memories of what’s to come. He gets to ‘repeat’ his mistakes again and again and hope he can do something different to prevent the future.

It’s Groundhog Day meets the worst super-spy, ever.

Get the entire story plus a bonus stand alone novella with this bargain-priced boxed set today.

When New York City comes under threat of nuclear destruction, Rueben is the only one who can save the city. But even an infinite number of re-dos is not enough, for lurking in the background is a nefarious force threatening, not only NYC, but also the world.

Rueben and his trusted friends must find a way to stop this evil from consuming everything and everyone. And the only way to do it is by dying again to save the world.

This boxed set includes:

  1. Die Again to Save the World
  2. Die Again To Save Tomorrow
  3. Yesterday Never Dies
  4. From Earth Z With Love
  5. Press Die to Continue (stand alone novel)

Get Smoked Or Go Home

It’s been so long, Warrior… I can feel you…

Is Idina Moorfield going crazy or has an ancient magic found its source?

Her family says she’s not a true Moorfield and will never be good enough for the family business.

Sometimes what looks like the worst day ever, is the beginning of our best adventure.

Idina takes that first step into a new life and gets the hell away from them to forge her own future.

But her calling is the one thing they are the most against. She joins the military just like Uncle Rick. The other family outcast.

What is everyone in the Moorfield family so afraid of?

A new Warrior is about to find out the true roots of the Moorfield name. Nothing will ever be the same.


Suppose you could switch bodies with another person. What exciting new experiences would you choose to explore? What forbidden desires would you indulge? Suppose someone stole your life—how far would you go to get it back?

A pure adrenaline thriller of hijacked identities, elusive motives, and deeply buried secrets.

Cygnus Space Opera Books 1 to 3

Cygnus Rising, Cygnus Expanding, and Cygnus Arrives – the first three books in the Cygnus Space Opera series bundled together for a single read.

Snarky Hillcats and the Cygnus Marines on harrowing missions …what could go wrong?

What do others have to say about the Cygnus Space Opera?
•“Most authors can’t make an animal character believable. This one does. Craig Martelle has a great imagination and can put it down on paper for you to enjoy also, just like the great writers of the golden age. His writing is very reminiscent of their work.” Amazon five-star reviewer
•“…you will see the flavor of Sci-fi, Fantasy, and with enough sarcasm and humor to keep you highly entertained!”
•“A character driven book, but with a stable plot as well.”
•“I enjoyed reading it very much. There is a lot of humor as well as action. I look forward to the next book in the series.”

From space they came to space they returned. Humanity would not be denied.

The crew trains for their mission and joins the Cygnus-12 as it tests the Interstellar Space Engine, venturing far beyond anywhere they’ve gone before. They didn’t expect to find life, but they did, another human colony at the far reaches of space. The Cygnus-12 goes on a mission of peace, but war beckons and the space ship is the prize.

London Spies


1944, London, England

Phyllis Bowden, a secretary at the American Embassy—known for her tenacity and intelligence—is catapulted into the limelight when the Military Attache is arrested for espionage. Her boss, the former Assistant Military Attach, tasks Phyllis with finding out what happened.

The arrest throws suspicion on everyone at the Embassy, particularly the Military Attache’s personal secretary—a woman whose attempted suicide convinces Phyllis that not all that meets the eye is as it seems.

With bombs still falling on a devastated city, Phyllis begins asking questions. But she never imagined the dark underbelly of diplomacy standing before her—threatening everything and everyone.

Entering a shadowy world of cryptic messages, secret rendezvous, and dangerous men, Phyllis learns quickly that safety nets don’t exist, and if she wants to survive, she better figure out the game fast.

Can Phyllis see to it that truth wins out in the end?

Thin Moon and Cold Mist

New York Times bestselling author and historian Kathleen O’Neal Gear turns her considerable skills towards a tale of the American Civil War told through the eyes of a female spy.

In May 1864, Robin Walkingstick Heatherton, a beautiful young woman of half-Cherokee descent, has again disguised herself as a “Negro” soldier and infiltrated the Union Army in order to spy for the Confederacy.

Union Army Major Thomas Corley, obsessed with Robin ever since her espionage activities caused the death of his brother, has offered $1000 in gold for information leading to her capture; he also has vowed to track her down and kill her himself. When her Confederate soldier husband is executed by firing squad at Corley’s command, Robin flees Virginia with their five-year-old son, Jeremy, for the West.

En route, she wins a mining claim in the Colorado Territory, only to find out that it has already been settled by the bushy-bearded Garrison Parker, a Union Army hero. Eventually, the two fall in love, but Garrison must make a fateful decision: whether to reveal Robin’s possible involvement in one of the most shocking events in American history…

“A superb novel.” — Rocky Mountain News

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