Cardinal Rule by Joey Pinkney

Cardinal Rule: A Short Story by Joey Pinkney

Summary: ‪While enjoying a quick rendezvous, Earline and Teddy are consumed by three things: expressing what makes their hearts beat, sitting in red hot heat and eating ice cold treats. It quickly becomes an intersection between affection and reflection.‬ According to the author, this book contains descriptive writing about sexual acts between consenting adults. The…

Midnite Tales by Duke C.

Midnite Tales by Duke C.

Summary: This short story collection contains tales of murder, love, sex and mystery. The first tale is about a woman who is losing her husband due to addiction and pain. The last tale is about a couple who move into their new home only to find out that they’re not alone. According to the author,…

Children Of The Cursed by A.E. Stanfill is in the BookTweeter bookstore.

Children Of The Cursed by A.E. Stanfill

Summary: In a kingdom in turmoil, where people only care for riches and power, two boys train at the Academy to become Knights of Valor. Although they are best friends, one is filled with light while the other leans towards darkness. As a war breaks out between countries, a godly power is awakening. Both boys…

Fogbound Empire in Flames by Gareth Clegg

Fogbound: Empire in Flames by Gareth Clegg

Summary: London, 1899: a ravaged city under martial law. It was just another bounty job for Simmons – recover a killer while avoiding the toxic red fog and the tainted creatures Fogside. When Simmons stumbles across a dastardly plot to overthrow Empress Victoria, the hunter becomes the hunted. He must travel the flooded London streets…

The Absolute by tatsat

The Absolute by tatsat

Summary: According to the author, this book is about finding the Absolute Truth. It is neither a research paper nor a painstakingly collected compendium of references on spirituality. This is a straightforward reproduction of the discourses that the author received during his rendezvous with Self-Realization. The author has indicated that this book is appropriate for…