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Three Exciting New Releases – 1/11/2013

January 11, 2013
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We are highlighting three exciting new releases from our New Release Alert Page (click to see all the new releases). If you are looking for something new to read this is a great place to start.

A Kiss Before the Wedding - A Pembroke Palace Short Story (Pembroke Palace Series)A Kiss Before the Wedding – A Pembroke Palace Short Story by Julianne MacLean. Lady Adelaide is engaged to be married to a duke, but sometimes the heart creates a new destiny… Lady Adelaide Robins, the charming and beautiful daughter of an impoverished earl, was raised on the foggy moors of Yorkshire. Never in her wildest dreams did she imagine she would travel to London, capture the heart of a duke, and receive a proposal of marriage. Is she ready for a life of luxury and privilege as a duchess? Or will her heart forever belong to another? William Thomas, the second son of a Yorkshire viscount, is about to be disowned for his unbecoming ambitions to become a medical doctor. But what does it matter if he can have the woman he loves at his side?

The Girl with the Haunting SmileThe Girl with the Haunting Smile by Richard Louden. Greg Harris has been besotted ever since he was eight. As soon as the young Scot saw a photo of Ellen Fromm, a gorgeous ten-year-old from Wilmington, North Carolina, he was hooked by her soft, haunting smile. He is devastated when, six years later, his beloved pen pal stops writing and vanishes. For many years he makes feverish attempts to contact her but in vain. He feels as if all meaning has gone out of his life. But he never forgets Ellen and clings to the dream that, one day, they will be together. At last, when he is thirty, he finds a letter Ellen once wrote to his late granddad that transforms his life. When she and Greg eventually meet, it says, she reckons she may fancy him in a big way.

Seven Point Eight: The Second ChronicleSeven Point Eight: The Second Chronicle by Marie Harbon. In the second instalment of the five part Seven Point Eight series, the legacy of the OOBE project weighs heavily on the conscience of Dr. Paul Eldridge. Tahra Mamoun needs to muster all her courage and venture back into the alternate dimensions of reality. Through a series of challenging, surreal and frightening experiences, she comes to comprehend the destructive power she can yield and must face her own demons in the process. Paul continues his quest to understand the ancient knowledge of the cosmos, while dark forces seek to hijack his research to further a secret agenda. With their lives in jeopardy, Paul and Tahra confront their enemies against an international backdrop featuring the pyramids of Giza and the peaks of Switzerland.

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Book Buzz: Seven Point Eight: by Marie Harbon: The most powerful number: Free 5/15

May 15, 2012
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Seven Point Eight: The First Chronicle“’If you like your novels Dan Brown style with lots of geeky science underpinning a thrilling and clever plot, you’ll love this.” ~ Alison chester-Lambert, author of The Future in the Stars

Hello Digital Book Today readers. Our Book Buzz post today features Seven Point Eight: The First Chronicle (FREE on Tuesday 5/15/2012) by Marie Harbon. This is a fascinating read for fans of science fiction, Dan Brown (The Da Vinci Code) style books, Star Trek and/or Star Wars, and movie lovers of “Contact” starring Jodi Foster. This is a book that will make you think but does not involve fantasy worlds. Ultimately Seven Point Eight is the beginning of a 5 part epic journey that readers have enjoyed. The current rating is 4.1 stars on 17 reviews (all which have been 3, 4, or 5 stars). If this is a genre that you enjoy, then you will be entertained by Seven Point Eight: The First Chronicle and it is FREE on Tuesday 5/15/2012.

“I just finished reading this book on my kindle and wasn’t happy that it had ended. There was so much more that I wanted to know. (Seven Point Eight: The First Chronicle)” ~ Micki, Amazon Review

“A million kudos to this author. Really. It was a sci-fi novel I could relate to. There are no fantasy kingdoms. No new languages you’ll have to learn. If you understand and appreciate quantum physics, you’ll love this book and not want to put this one down. And when you get to the end, it will be as if someone unexpectedly kicked you off a cliff. You’ll be left hanging.” ~ Shelly Arkon, Amazon Review

Book Description: For fans of the paranormal, big sweeping epics, metaphysics, science fiction, ‘Lost’, ‘Fringe’, contemporary fantasy, alternate realities and new age/spirituality. It’s also highly suited to Young Adult readers, who like sci-fi along with their paranormal, or those who like a more challenging read.

Seven Point Eight: The most powerful number in the universe. The number that connects everything. It is time to wake up….

A physicist begins a quest to measure the soul but soon finds himself drawn into the world of the enigmatic Max Richardson, where research is sold to the military at the highest bid. However, he soon discovers another purpose when an extremely talented young psychic enters his life. He devises a project and builds a team to stretch the frontiers of exploration, only to make a reality-shattering discovery…

Written in the style of a TV series, The First Chronicle is the beginning of a 5 part epic which follows the spiritual and emotional journey of five people; their quest to understand the universe and our place within it.
Quantum physics meets spirituality in a tale which begins in the 1940s, unfolds during the 1960s; an era of social and spiritual transformation and reaches its conclusion in the modern age. It interweaves … Read more on Amazon.

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Does A Great Book Always Need A Happy Ending?

April 12, 2012
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Seven Point Eight: The First ChronicleOur guest post today is by Marie Harbon author of Seven Point Eight as she talks about people want to see in movies and books at the conclusion of the story.

By Marie Harbon: We all know the proverbial scenario; girl falls in love with boy, cowboy rides off into the sunset and the bad guy is defeated, followed by much rejoicing in the land. But, is a happy ending an essential ingredient for a great book or movie?

Lindsay Doran, film producer and missionary for mood-elevating movies got to the heart of that question in a recently published article. Many of her conclusions relate to the world of books too. While she didn’t want to create a rigid formula for a great movie, she wanted to challenge the Hollywood notion that a movie is only art if it ends badly and that you’ll only win an award if you write about misery.

One of her chief findings was that what audiences care about most are relationships and the positive resolution of them, so not so much the character winning, but sharing that accomplishment with a significant other. An example of this would be ‘The King’s Speech’, in which he conquers his stammer then shares the victory with his wife, daughters and the cheering crowds.

There is value in a story with a feel good factor; it’s a quick fix, a literary or visual form of Prozac. Indeed, laughter trumps any drug but personally, I think the temporary lift in mood is soon forgotten. For a story with a lasting impression, there are other elements involved. Remember, in ‘Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince’, Dumbledore dies. In ‘Titanic’, 1500 passengers go down with the ship and then Jack doesn’t make it either. As author Nike Marshall astutely puts it, ‘happy endings can be cliché and diminish the impact of the story. Less than happy is more believable’. Appropriate is a key word, concluding a story with a satisfactory, even less than ideal event or series of events. As author Emerald Barnes surmises, ‘Some stories don’t have the option of having a happy ending’.

As readers, we can engage with the lives of the characters and the conflicts, challenges and successes they encounter. We relate to other people to learn how they deal with these difficulties, as if it’s a kind of virtual reality simulation. This is one of the reasons soaps are so popular. The way a book ends is also a reflection on how we’d either like a situation to conclude, or a healthy scepticism Read more »

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