Note Worthy Releases: Featured Indies of The Week

April 22, 2012

Featured Indies of The Week

Wendy Altshuler

Nadia's Heart, Part One


Description :

When an amnesiac girl who thinks she has been born without a heart utters a prayer, she is met by a mysterious stranger from her forgotten past. Together they embark on a journey to recover her removed heart, but enter into battle with an Evil Voice on a rampage to remove the hearts of an entire generation of children. 


                                                                              Bio provided by the Author.

 Wendy Altshuler is an award-winning screenwriter who explores myth in new media.  With a degree in psychology and a Master of Arts from Columbia University, Altshuler documented the work of international choreographers and wrote and produced regional programming for three years. In 2001 she founded Arborgate Media to create projects that inspire, enrich and entertain through the media of film.  Altshuler writes fantasy novels and currently works in the art of stop motion animation. She is represented by a WGA-accredited agent.

David Ware Sr.

A True Thug Willsin



Welcome to the Pleasure Palace. A place where all of your fetishes can be fulfilled for a price. How much? Just your soul in hell.

A True Thug Willsin is a book that exposes the deceitful ways Satan manipulates through money, drugs and sex, his three most successful, Worldly weapons.

Willsin is the proprietor of a high-priced brothel, called the Pleasure Palace. The Pleasure Palace is a place where one can have all their fetishes fulfilled. But the price is steep. High-ranking City of Detroit officials, including the Mayor, have paid and will continue to do so—one way or another.

Willsin becomes the leader of a drug organization called the Young Hustlers Incorporated. The Young Hustlers take over the City of Detroit’s drugs trade. The City then put together a multi precinct task-force, committed to annihilating every ruthless, murderous member. This is easier said than done, when the leader turns out to be the son of Satan.

You can't win, when you deal in Sin, That is WILLSIN!


J.L. McCreedy

Liberty Frye and the Witches of Hessen



  The average ten-year-old girl seldom travels far from home. She doesn’t worry about being kidnapped by witches or imprisoned in medieval castles where children are ensnared to meet their unspeakable demise. She rarely gives thought to curses, potions and magic. She certainly isn’t concerned about risking life and limb to decipher ancient rites and lost treasures....

But Liberty Frye is about to discover that she is not just your average girl.

When a cryptic note from long-lost relatives arrives, the news it brings flips Libby’s small-town existence upside down. Soon, she finds herself lured to a foreign land where mystery, spells and the dark stuff of fairy tales await. It’s up to Libby to unravel the sinister plot that brought her there in the first place, but in so doing, she’ll uncover a shocking secret that will change her life forever ... if she survives the challenge.

Review : My daughter(15) wanted to read this book after the author sent me a free copy. It's really not my cup of tea, so I loaned her my Kindle and here is what she had to say about it.

Four out of Five Stars -

I loved it, couldn't put it down! I liked the innocence of the main character Libby.It is a very original story, fast paced and exciting. It was funny in some places that made me laugh out loud. The author created a magical and breathtaking world. I would love to see a sequel.




1 comment:

  1. Dawn,

    Thanks for featuring my book, Liberty Frye and the Witches of Hessen. I can't tell you how much it means to me to read your daughter's review. It really made my day!


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