James Dreadful and the Tomb of Forgotten Secrets (The Dreadful Series Book 2) by Alan Creed

…your chance to win an ebook copy of James Dreadful and the Tomb of Forgotten Secrets (The Dreadful Series Book 2) (three winners)(ends Feb 4)…

GIRL WITH A GUN (An Annie Oakley Mystery) by Kari Bovee

…find the architecture and the property surrounding our home so inspirational, comforting, and quiet, it’s easy for me to get lost in my own imagination, which is a wonderful thing. The challenge (I think for all writers) is to not let everyday responsibilities and stress encroach on such a sac…

Mirrors and Mysteries (Fairy Tales of the Magicorum Book 9) by Christina Bauer

…Instead, Grayson now teaches at the Thornfield home for shifter orphans. Even better, her boss is none other than the sexy alpha, Dex. It’s all good until a mysterious witch, Jocasta, appears in a nearby tower, demanding that Dex and Grayson discover the true nature of all Rapunzels. If not, Lady R will return to claim Grayson… and Thornfield will be wiped out by the evil Prism Master…

Letters To Jacob by Maria Hopfgarten

…I went to the hospital library to pick up a few books on grief. I found many books on the grieving process and the stages of grief, but not many personal stories I could relate to. I wanted to give my fellow grievers the raw and personal truth about grief and still finding joy. At the same time, I wanted to give grievers practical tips on how to cope with grief. I wanted to be that friend you can relate to in the hardest times of life…

Thrive: The Facilitator’s Guide to Radically Inclusive Meetings by Dr. Mark Smutny

…My unique focus is on inclusive meetings—the landscape in which we live a good portion of our organizational lives.
I have been asked many times by people why I think I am an expert on diversity and inclusion since I am a straight, White man with lots of advantages. My response is that I am not an expert on diversity and inclusion, especially when it concerns race. I am still learning be more empathic. I do have a passionate commitment to social justice…

The Photograph by L.E. Luttrell

…He was just about to check it again when he felt the ladder begin to move. Looking down, he could see a man standing below him with his hands on the ladder. The man looked like Lachlan, which he thought very strange because he didn’t think Lachlan was able to walk. Perhaps he’d misunderstood. Greer had said he’d been in an accident, but she didn’t say how disabled he was. Gordon had seen the wheelchair and the stair…