When a jaded thief teams up with an idealistic archaeologist to solve an ancient mystery, they have no idea that their search will lead them to the other side of the universe.
The Two Wolves continues Annabelle’s story from Standing Against the Wind. At the end of the last book, ancestress Annabelle was living peacefully with the Cherokee people, and in the pre
Although February is the shortest month, our readers wasted no time getting in some extra reading. With no shortage of great books to choose from, there was something for everyone in every genre.
When the Pencil Kingdom and the Eraser Kingdom clash, the rivalry spills out of the pencil box and causes problems at school for poor Emma. Only the powers of teamwork and friendship can save the day in this charming children’s book.
Nora and Mason are destined to be aligned, it seems, throughout time and no matter how many lives they spend together – regardless of how many time guards and time markers are NOT supposed to be, the time travelers hunting them, or how utterly infuriating he is.
The domestication of wild horses dates back as early as 10,200 B.C., and many unbreakable bonds have been formed along the way. Horseback travel opened up new avenues for exploration and allowed humans to reach previously impossible destinations.
Anyone would think Cherish Lorey and Shaw MacRath are at totally opposite ends of society - but between the increasingly serious threats to her life and the way his inner wolf is thinking about her, they’re about to get a lot closer.
Whether your new years’ resolution was to start reading, read more, or catch up on your backlog, there’s been no shortage of great books to choose from.
Since their discovery, black holes have fascinated scientists and science fiction authors. These mysterious and invisible points in space can range from the size of an atom to ones that are millions of times more massive than our sun.
Gitte Tamar - Isolation, Terrifying Entities and Vodou
FEATURED AUTHOR - Brigitte, "Gitte," Tamar was born in a small rural Oregon town. She attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, until she won the title of Miss Oregon USA in 2015. Once she finished competing in the Miss USA televised program, she received her business degree from Southern New Hampshire University. Then, her MA in Studies of Law from the University of Southern California, followed by graduate certificates in business law, entertainment law, and industries.