Tag: Cold Coffee Press

Greg Kater’s Books

Greg Kater’s Books

| January 13, 2019

The Warramunga’s War by Greg Kater Book One In Warramunga Trilogy The Warramunga’s War is a sweeping narrative of the friendship that forms between a young Australian army officer, Jamie Munro, and an educated half-caste Warramunga aboriginal NCO, Jack ‘Jacko’ O’Brien, during the Syrian campaign against the Vichy French in World War II. Jacko rescues […]

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Penny Beevor’s Books

Penny Beevor’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Claire’s Mom hates gum! She absolutely, positively hates it! When Claire comes home with gum, given to her by her friend, Betty, Mom is not having any of it! She takes it away from Claire….but what happens to it? Hmmm how curious when Claire sees her Mom outside with a huge bubble above her head! […]

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Paula Rose Michelson’s Books

Paula Rose Michelson’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Forced to flee from the Inquisition, which is now in the New World, Rosa marries a man she does not know. Trusted Pablo, who has known her and her husband since childhood shares that though Rosa does not know it theirs will be a good match if one likes fire and ice. Days of travel […]

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Monica DeSimone’s Books

Monica DeSimone’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Eight years ago, Derrick Henderickson chose his career over his heart, not just hurting the woman he loved, but breaking her completely. Zoey McEvoy was left shattered. Piece by piece she’s rebuilt herself to become the strong, independent woman she is today. Now the Sexy Bad Boy of the NFL is back. And he’s determined […]

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Mark Alan Long’s Books

Mark Alan Long’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Although Kid did not have any real friends, his vivid imagination provided him new make-believe pals every day. That all changed one particular day when Kid discovered a frightened, three-legged kitten, who had been abandoned in a big brown barrel. Always the hero in his daily fantasy adventures, Kid is called upon to be a […]

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Lizy J. Campbell’s Books

Lizy J. Campbell’s Books

| January 12, 2019

My Nana is going to be in a play. She is playing a giant Banana. What will she do when her zipper gets stuck on her costume and she has to wear the suit all through town? How embarrassing! Genre: Children’s Book, Family Life Amazon Print: https://www.amazon.com/Nanny-Bananny-Lizy-J-Campbell/dp/1949609049/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1538147230&sr=1-2&dpID=51y3vVGRCmL&preST=_SX218_BO1,204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch Product Details: Paperback: 30 Pages Publisher: Pen It! […]

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L. L. Dahl-Jensen’s Books

L. L. Dahl-Jensen’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Josie finds herself in a tough spot and begins a deception that will have her fearing for her life while love threatens to engulf her. How can she ever get things back to normal without something disastrous happening? Then there is Rita, who has escaped a life in “The Mob” that threatens her very sanity. […]

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Kim Cormack’s Books

Kim Cormack’s Books

| January 12, 2019

A sexy dark comic romp through the afterlife with three clans of naughty certifiably insane antiheroes who battle each other for shits and giggles while collecting human teenagers as they survive bloody gruesome exterminations of their family lines. If they have demonstrated an impressive level of badassery they are granted a second chance at life […]

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Joanne Winnie’s Books

Joanne Winnie’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Tim had rushed home from school everyday since Grandpa telephoned last Sunday. He told Tim the biggest birthday present ever had been mailed last week. . . . . . . Mr. Smith’s mail truck pulls to a stop. . . “. . . it’s here!” Shouted Tim as he tore down the driveway . […]

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JJ Landis Books

JJ Landis Books

| January 12, 2019

Mia’s Wish by JJ Landis Based on a true story! Mia has a quarter to toss in the fountain for a wish. She doesn’t want ice cream or a puppy, but something more. What is Mia’s one wish? A story about an adopted little girl discovering the love and security that all children (and grown-ups!) […]

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Janis Boyd’s Books

Janis Boyd’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Janis Boyd was a teacher for 39 years. (We hear you gasping.) Well, actually, it was 39 ½ years. She remembers her first year teaching, and a fellow teacher told her it was her tenth year. She nodded politely, but was thinking, “TEN YEARS! How can anyone do this for TEN YEARS?” But, one year […]

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Ian Spier’s Books

Ian Spier’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Honor Must Prevail: Siege Of The Red Clans by Ian Spier A Paranormal Fantasy epic and alternate history set in Renaissance times, with an ensemble cast led by a young demigoddess who takes too much for granted, and her stern bodyguard, are on a quest to contain the damages of what will be known as […]

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H. Alan Poquette’s Books

H. Alan Poquette’s Books

| January 12, 2019

In 1964, young Gian-Carlo “Gianni” O’Neill and his best friend Liam Finnerty are off to minor seminary to pursue their dream to become Roman Catholic priests. Their paths to this end will be long and arduous and fraught with much physical, emotional, and psychological trauma and tragedy. One will rise to heights never imagined; the […]

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George Mattheson’s Books

George Mattheson’s Books

| January 12, 2019

“Who do you pray to and why?” But I have never really prayed. I have always conversed with God. I am not a religious person or a saint. I am a sinner, and I do believe in God as an entity an organization, for the CIA has always been a faith-based organization of theologians. “Enigma […]

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Dr. James Fent’s Books

Dr. James Fent’s Books

| January 12, 2019

DELIVERANCE is a powerful weapon God has given His church to defeat Satan and set His people free! However, no one can live in sin and also walk in the power of God! When we accept Christ as our Savior, we become sons of God, washed clean by His blood, and when we die we […]

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Debi Stanton’s Books

Debi Stanton’s Books

| January 12, 2019

This book is full of personal things I have learned in my walk with God. As I move closer to Him, things become clearer. There are many pages in this book. Each has a Lesson, Scripture references, and space for you to journal your thoughts and prayers. You do not have to follow this book […]

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Conor Geary’s Books

Conor Geary’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Little Henry is afraid of the storm outside and the darkness in his room. His father comes in to help calm his fears by telling him a bedtime story. Henry had no idea that his grandma Dorothy was a collector of teacups and went on many adventures. This is the first of many adventures of […]

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Brad Bott’s Books

Brad Bott’s Books

| January 12, 2019

What would you wish for if given the chance? Would you be generous and help others or just help yourself? What if your wishes came with rules? Find out what happens when a young boy, Robbie, meets a strange character in an unlikely place. Will this strange character be able to help grant Robbie’s wishes […]

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Angela Dean’s Books

Angela Dean’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Maddie is sick and Haider is worried. As Maddie enters the hospital doors for the first time, her mom reminds her that it is “Magic Time” and to say her favorite word. Well, her favorite word is Haider. So, she shouts her name and they go through the doors. Anytime Maddie is in a bad […]

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Andrew McDermott’s Books

Andrew McDermott’s Books

| January 12, 2019

Flirting With The Moon by Andrew McDermott LAPD detective, Joe Dean, loses his career, his family and his dignity after the twelfth victim of the serial killer–The Moon–is snatched from under his nose. Twenty-five years later and Joe is a reformed alcoholic working as a private detective in Florida. While following a case, he comes […]

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A. E. Hanaway’s Books

A. E. Hanaway’s Books

| January 12, 2019

“The Miracle of Green” tells a story of a woman trying to forget her past, by running from the dangers that haunt her dreams, and threatens the lives of her sons. Mandy wakes every night screaming, with fear of the past. If it wasn’t for her sons, life would not be worth living. Her mother’s […]

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Kayee Bradley’s Books

Kayee Bradley’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Clutches of Revenge by Kayee Bradley Carissa Langford is a businesswoman who dreams of having it all: a successful career and a beautiful family. The death of her father, though, sets in motion consequences that she never could have foreseen, especially when her nasty stepmother with dark allies is left jilted by the will. Ignorant […]

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Kathleen Heady’s Books

Kathleen Heady’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Young Brianna’s life changed the day her mother left to save herself from being burned as a witch. Brianna was left alone in the middle ages knowing just enough magic to have her called a witch, but not enough to try to save herself. Brianna knew she had to flee but to where? She had […]

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Dawn Kopman Whidden’s Books

Dawn Kopman Whidden’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Harold Peabody and The Magic Glasses by Dawn Kopman Whidden Harold dreams of being a hero like his father, a Navy SEAL, but-he is what you might call an easy target. http://www.coldcoffeepress.com/harold-peabody-and-the-magic-glasses-by-dawn-kopman-whidden/ He’s short, he’s almost legally blind, and he’s the new kid in town! When the biggest bully in school smashes Harold’s glasses and […]

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Diane Mae Robinson’s Books

Diane Mae Robinson’s Books

| January 11, 2019

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Pauline Hayton’s Books

Pauline Hayton’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Naga Queen by Pauline Hayton In late 1930s Britain, a young woman yearns for the exciting adventures that seem to be reserved exclusively for men. “Come visit me in India,” her friend Alexa writes, and Ursula Graham Bower does, unaware that Assam is where her dreams will come true. Flouting convention, she goes to live […]

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Emma Leigh Reed’s Books

Emma Leigh Reed’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Breaking The Rules by Emma Leigh Reed Isabelle LaFayette tries to end her own life. Her failed attempt haunts her, along with her other past regrets and the inability to forgive herself, for what her mother calls a selfish act. Jack Riley comes into Isabelle’s life and makes her feel alive, but believing she doesn’t […]

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Jay Dubya’s Books

Jay Dubya’s Books

| January 11, 2019

The Psychic Dimension, Part II by Jay Dubya The thirty-six novellas presented in The Psychic Dimension, Part II are works of pure fiction. The stories’ themes deal with various types of psychic and paranormal experiences. Any character resemblance to anyone living on Planet Earth is positively coincidental. In addition, any fictional setting scenario is also […]

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Mary Clark’s Books

Mary Clark’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Tally: An Intuitive Life by Mary Clark It is raining love in Greenwich Village. . . When Erin, a young poet, reads these words on a piece of folded paper in the garret of Paul Johnston (PJ), an elderly Bohemian artist, she does not know she is on the threshold of a life-changing adventure. She […]

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Dellani Oakes Books

Dellani Oakes Books

| January 11, 2019

Indian Summer by Dellani Oakes In the spring of 1739, Gabriella Deza stands poised on the verge of womanhood. A product of her guarded upbringing, she is naive in the ways of love until dashing Manuel Enriques declares his love for her. Quite by accident, Gabriella uncovers a plot hatched by British spy whose job […]

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Elizabeth Hilby’s Books

Elizabeth Hilby’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Exploring God’s Word Together: A Child’s Bible Study and Activity Book Have you longed to engage your children in the Bible? Here is your help to do so! Share 6 Bible stories paraphrased for young ears and hearts. This book was written with a double blessing in mind! First blessing: It was created so that […]

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J. Conrad Guest’s Books

J. Conrad Guest’s Books

| January 11, 2019

January’s Paradigm by J. Conrad Guest January’s Paradigm is a novel about marital infidelity from the male perspective with an unexpected twist of events and characters who cross lines of identity, space, and time. Editorial Reviews: Prompted by his detective’s instincts and the photograph of a woman who seems familiar, January begins his search for […]

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Constance L. Vincent’s Books

Constance L. Vincent’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Karma In Action: Finding Meaning, Making Choices by Constance L. Vincent The Western world has a mistaken notion of karma’s true nature. Karma is generally thought of as a religious term, signifying reward or judgment for a person’s deeds. But this isn’t the case. As author Constance L. Vincent, PhD, explains, karma is a tool […]

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Mark L. Redmond’s Books

Mark L. Redmond’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Stories for Grownups For nearly twenty years, Mark L. Redmond had been telling stories about the old West to young readers. Finally, he’s turning his attention to “big kids.” Here’s a collection of some of his best stories, including three that were unpublished until now. Redmond’s stories are not typical tales of shootouts and quick […]

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Fran Connor’s Books

Fran Connor’s Books

| January 11, 2019

If you love action, adventure and thrillers that also make you smile, this is the one for you. When Harry arrives in Havana on business he’s soon way out of his depth as he’s drawn into a scam with stolen rum, gangsters, secret police and the beautiful Maria. This ordinary guy must trawl his hidden […]

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Maggie Tideswell’s Books

Maggie Tideswell’s Books

| January 11, 2019

A love that cannot be denied ~ and a love that cannot be. Who will win? It’s only a matter of time. Jessica James needs a new job and her only prospect as a nanny is with a remotely located veterinarian who only wants a “mature” candidate. But youthful Jess has faced tougher challenges, and […]

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Else Byskov’s Books

Else Byskov’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Do you have marital problems? Do you find it difficult to live in harmony in marriage? Have you never married? Do you think there is something wrong with you for being single or divorced? If your answer is yes, then this book is for you. It reveals the real reason for our relationship problems. There […]

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Maureen L. Mills Books

Maureen L. Mills Books

| January 11, 2019

Steampunk romance, on the other hand, was born at a very different time. Steampunk, a subgenre of both science fiction and fantasy, involves stories that take place in a setting whose technology is steam-driven. Most tales occur in Victorian-era England. May 2, 2012 When her captain is murdered and her airship suffers a series of […]

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Kathryn Lane’s Books

Kathryn Lane’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Second book of the Nikki Garcia Thriller Series. Nikki Garcia is an unlikely Sam Spade: a former international auditor turned private investigator who lands an assignment in Mexico to find a missing ten-year-old girl, Bibi Lombardi. The child’s estranged parents have been fighting over custody of her and one of them could be responsible for […]

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Linda Diane Wattley’s Books

Linda Diane Wattley’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Contributors: William Sumner (Author), Anastasia Young (Editor), Cyrus Webb (Foreword), Martha Cleves (Preface) When you experience traumatic experiences that alters your emotional and psychological foundation, you begin to experience a very personal and fragile meltdown. While all of this is happening, your body diligently works to save your life. You survived the initial shock, now […]

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Arleen Alleman’s Books

Arleen Alleman’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Darcy Farthing’s Adventures (Mystery Thriller Suspense) by Arleen Alleman Currents Deep and Deadly: Darcy Farthing Adventure Book One by Arleen Alleman In her travel log of murder, romance, and a personal journey of discovery aboard a cruise ship, Darcy Farthing manages to entertain the reader with her descriptions of Caribbean and South American ports, while […]

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Augustus M. Cileone’s Books

Augustus M. Cileone’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Vince Singleton, a writer, part-time English professor at Philadelphia Sacred Covenant University, and huge movie fan, suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. He witnessed the accidental shooting of his wife by a policeman during a robbery. Vince, however, suspects that her death was intentional. Now, an old friend of his is found dead amid unusual clues. […]

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Mary Deal’s Books

Mary Deal’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Do you wish you had the power to become all that you can be? Discover your potential through unleashing the power of your mind. All good intentioned programming works best when you reach a deeper state of mind. The secret is in accessing those states through easy life-changing techniques presented here, in thoroughly explained examples. […]

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Barbara M. Hodges Books

Barbara M. Hodges Books

| January 11, 2019

The fiery crash of a private jet leaves a mystery in its wreckage. Alone in the devastation is a man, unhurt who has no memory of the crash, himself or his past. It is up to FBI Agent Gail Crane, Santa Maria Police Detective Darcie Devonshire and Ex-CIA Operative Morgan Garrett to solve the puzzle. […]

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Hugh Harris Books

Hugh Harris Books

| January 11, 2019

Marty lay back on his pillow and stared at the ceiling. “It’s sort of like Lighthouse Point is loaded with deep, dark secrets.” He and Gracie lay together in silence, and presently he sat up. “I know God’s light is brighter and stronger than all the dark secrets put together. We’re on the right track, […]

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Clayton Graham’s Books

Clayton Graham’s Books

| January 11, 2019

‘An alien revolution centuries in the making will change mankind’s future forever …’ Police agent Stefan Lattanzis never expected his planet to become a battlefield, nor Earth for that matter. But when scientists from Paludis share a technological breakthrough with Earth authorities, peace escalates to the brink of war in a hurry. It doesn’t help […]

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Deanie Humphrys-Dunne’s Books

Deanie Humphrys-Dunne’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Charlene the Star makes new friends in this exciting adventure. She wants to win a special award for jumpers. She must learn important things if she wants to reach her goal. Does she succeed? How does Hattie react when she sees the headline in The Gazette? Why is Cherish so afraid? Your child will be […]

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Crit Kincaid’s Books

Crit Kincaid’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Crit Kincaid is the author of A Wounded World, self-published under his personal imprint A Work Day World. He was born and raised in Tucson, AZ, and a graduate of the University of Arizona where he studied theater, film and finally creative writing. After 25 years of living and working to survive in A Work […]

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Clint Adams Books

Clint Adams Books

| January 11, 2019

Evangeline: The Seer Of Wall St. – by Clint Adams The stars are infallible; one’s true destiny cannot be altered. Or can it? A descendant of presidents John and John Quincy Adams, and the black sheep of her family, astrologer Evangeline Adams flees provincial Boston in 1899 to launch her business in New York City. […]

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Gloria Antypowich’s Books

Gloria Antypowich’s Books

| January 11, 2019

Book Two: Belanger Creek Ranch Series “Shauna Lee, I told you I’m a hunter. I have hunted cougars in the wild. That is where I like to keep them: in the wild; with me doing the stalking.” Her face went scarlet. “Are you calling me a cougar?” she asked, indignantly. Twenty years ago, eighteen-year-old Shauna […]

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