Book of Month

August 13, 2019

God in My Closet

"God in My Closet: One Woman’s Journey from Darkness to Light" by Sonya Black

| Website | Facebook | Sonya Black is born in the projects to addicts and alcoholics bent on the kind of destruction that drives children mad. One night, her mother shuts her in her closet, but Sonya finds a friend in the dark. This is the beginning of her lifelong conversation with God. As Sonya and her brothers are dragged from Section-8 apartments to shelters to crack-houses, she begs God for help. As she endures violence, sexual violation, and loss, Sonya gives God a piece of her mind. Sonya becomes her own worst enemy, inflicting dangerous wounds on herself, and descending into madness—but she never gives up on God. The adult Sonya battles grief to seek the one thing she never had: a home. God in My Closet is the story of a woman who cries out to God but keeps laughing, who argues with God but never stops talking to Him, until their conversations turn darkness to light.


August 10, 2019

Austin Wyrd

"Austin Wyrd (Valhalla AWOL Book 1)" by Steve Curry

What do Jim Butcher, Neil Gaiman, Robert B Parker and Kevin Hearne all have in common? They're all wildly more successful than Steve Curry, But if you enjoy their work then your bound to find something to like in Steve's debut novel "Austin Wyrd". Has his past finally caught up with Magnus? All he wanted was to spend the remainder of his time on this earth in a nice safe job, like being a bouncer for a Goth and Heavy Metal bar in Austin, Texas. But that proves difficult once police start investigating a ritualistic looking murder behind the bar. Can Magnus clear his boss of any connection to the crime, while avoiding the attention of Police, overly curious government agents, and the wife and bandmates of the victim. That doesn’t even count his psychotic ex-girlfriend with potent mystical powers and an immortal and vengeful ex-employer.

Out Now on Amazon in Paperback, E-book and free to read with Kindle Unlimited. 

August 9, 2019



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August 8, 2019

21st Century Japanese Net-Slang Handbook

"21st Century Japanese Net-Slang Handbook: The 20 Most Common Phrases" by Rin Wakatsuki


Want to know what this means? JAPANESE is a pretty weird language. It's one of the most difficult languages to learn with its complicated grammar and many Japanese characters. However it gets a whole lot more complicated when you try to chat with someone on the internet. On Twitter, Facebook, or Youtube, the Japanese content is IMPOSSIBLE to understand with just the normal textbook and dictionary. Japanese is not only one of the most complicated languages, but one of the most flexible ones. This gave birth to some very creative and weird net-slang in the 21st century. In this book you will learn 20 words you will NOT find in your ordinary Japanese textbooks.