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BE NOT AFRAID
Lydia's faith in God is strong - at least on paper. But what happens when that faith is tested? Turned into a vampire by the worst - Vlad Drakul - she feels that God has abandoned her. But the opposite is true. Her answer to God's call is the deciding factor in the battle that pits the angelic powers of God against the demonic powers of Hell.
ETCHED IN HISTORY
Two families: one white, one black. One family escapes the oppression of 19th-century slavery; the other seeks refuge from the oppression of nature gone wrong. They meet in the wilds of Oregon, in a world far different from the places of their origins. Set in 1800s Oregon, Hope’s journey has her meeting historical figures and is a story that will surpass the limitations of prejudice.
OUR LATEST BOOK RELEASES
A LINKVILLE PRESS NEW YEAR
January 3, 2018
Celebrate 2018 with New Year themed short stories from some of the authors of Linkville Press! All proceeds from the sales of this book will go to the Children's Miracle Network.
Nov 29, 2016
There's no such thing as monsters. That's what we're told, but for Lucy Gaskin, it seems she can't escape them. After being attacked by a vampire and saved by a werewolf, Lucy is thrown into a series of dangerous adventures that threaten to change everything she knows about the world and everything she knew about herself. Who were her parents? Why are the vampires so desperate to make her one of them? What is a zephyr? The secrets lie in her blood.
THE FIND OF HER LIFE
November 20, 2016
The Find of Her Life is the romantic tale of brilliant archeologist, Dr. Maggie MacLeod and her search to find love again after her world is turned upside down.
Sent on a dig in the mountains of Appalachia, she has a huge chip on her shoulder. Michael’s loss seems to haunt her every move. To complicate matters, the Appalachian Native Americans of West Virginia send a representative to look over her shoulder. Maggie is furious. The last thing she needs is someone unqualified telling her how to do her job, and to top it off, she is saddled with a group of college interns who are just starting out in the field.
"Books can be dangerous. The best ones should be labeled 'This could change your life.'"