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by Truth Devour

English • 64,428 Words
Romance, Erotica, Paranormal

Wantin is the 2015 Winner of the romance category at the LA Book Festival.

Wantin is the first book in the adult contemporary romantic trilogy by Truth Devour with indulgent light erotic descriptives and cultural based paranormal undertones. The series is a chronicle written in the first person of a young girls journey into womanhood. Wantin, has been compared by reviewers of all ages to be...


  • Wantin is the 2015 Winner of the romance category at the LA Book Festival.

    Wantin is the first book in the adult contemporary romantic trilogy by Truth Devour with indulgent light erotic descriptives and cultural based paranormal undertones. The series is a chronicle written in the first person of a young girls journey into womanhood. Wantin, has been compared by reviewers of all ages to be layered with associations to novels such as Eat Prey Love due to the wonderful global adventures, and novels such as the French classic Emmanuelle and Anaïs Nin’s short story collection Delta of Venus, due to the sexual exploration and expression of the main character Talia Jacobs.

    ‘If it feels so good loving the wrong person, imagine how wonderful it is going to be when you love the right one.’ Quote from Wantin

    Note: (Book 2: Unrequited & Book 3: Sated)


  • Language: English
  • Words: 64,428
  • Genres: Romance, Erotica, Paranormal

Wantin Truth Devour

30 Reviews

by Ray Dacolias

English • 46,951 Words
Literary Fiction, Short Stories

Herein are stories that have no unifying theme, no common genre, no overall plot; they are tales of the human condition in diverse settings: a few wrapped in satire and fantasy, some sprinkled with surprise and irony, and all of them reflecting the expanding social consciousness of our generation.
These stories will make you ponder what makes us all human, why we do what we do, and what we mig...


  • Herein are stories that have no unifying theme, no common genre, no overall plot; they are tales of the human condition in diverse settings: a few wrapped in satire and fantasy, some sprinkled with surprise and irony, and all of them reflecting the expanding social consciousness of our generation.
    These stories will make you ponder what makes us all human, why we do what we do, and what we might do to better ourselves as a race; they will make you think about how we live, where we live, and why we live.
    Stories attempt to express all that is in Man, and all that is above, below and around him; in these stories, you will find at least one Truth—that we are a complex people who are constantly searching for ways to live in peace, harmony and joy with each other.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 46,951
  • Genres: Literary Fiction, Short Stories

Spinner of Yarns Ray Dacolias

26 Reviews

by Jay J. Falconer

English • 34,601 Words
Science Fiction, Paranormal, Short Stories, Fantasy, New Adult, Young Adult (YA)

Teleportation. Telepathy. Superior strength and speed. Abilities no homeless girl should be without.

Despite all her abilities, Emily Heart just wants her old life back. Her life before being abducted and genetically transformed against her will. A life filled with family, friends, and a warm bed to sleep in.

Emily vows to find those responsible and make them pay for what they've done, bu...


  • Teleportation. Telepathy. Superior strength and speed. Abilities no homeless girl should be without.

    Despite all her abilities, Emily Heart just wants her old life back. Her life before being abducted and genetically transformed against her will. A life filled with family, friends, and a warm bed to sleep in.

    Emily vows to find those responsible and make them pay for what they've done, but it won’t be easy. Not when a gang wants to kill her, cops want to arrest her, and a reporter wants to expose her. However, Emily’s problems don’t end there. Any uncontrolled burst of emotion can send her jumping randomly across time and space, arriving naked and alone.

    Emily doesn't quite know what she is, or what she's capable of, but she knows what she can't afford to do -- feel anything.
    And she can’t afford to make any mistakes.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 34,601
  • Genres: Science Fiction, Paranormal, Short Stories, Fantasy, New Adult, Young Adult (YA)

Glassford Girl: Part ... Jay J. Falconer

24 Reviews

by Jay J. Falconer

English • 45,702 Words
Romance, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Thriller/Suspense, Adventure, New Adult, Young Adult (YA), Paranormal, Short Stories

How to be happy? Live on the street? Remain in present time?

Emily Heart can't. She's something new - abducted and genetically altered, Emily is figuring out how to live in one time and place, when any burst emotion might send her across time and space or possibly blink her right out of existence.

Imagine never being able to trust your feelings - because you don't know where they'll lead....


  • How to be happy? Live on the street? Remain in present time?

    Emily Heart can't. She's something new - abducted and genetically altered, Emily is figuring out how to live in one time and place, when any burst emotion might send her across time and space or possibly blink her right out of existence.

    Imagine never being able to trust your feelings - because you don't know where they'll lead. Even with reporter Jim Miller trying to keep her safe, Emily's fighting a losing battle.

    Who is the strange Orange Man? What dangerous technology is in his briefcase? Jim Miller, Emily, and boyfriend Derek aren't sure they want to know - but the Orange Man is gunning for them anyway.

    Then, breaking all her own rules, Emily Heart finds herself alone in a showdown with the worst kind of evil. Can she figure out how to use her time-jumping talents to save herself?

    The second installment of the mind-bending Emily Heart Time Jumper Series, Glassford Girl: Part 2 is a gripping ride through space, time, and the hearts of a young woman, the people who want to keep her alive, and those who want her dead.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 45,702
  • Genres: Romance, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Thriller/Suspense, Adventure, New Adult, Young Adult (YA), Paranormal, Short Stories

Glassford Girl: Part ... Jay J. Falconer

20 Reviews

by Ray Dacolias

English • 76,980 Words
Literary Fiction, Adventure

Joaquin Bridger is a former soldier who settles in the town of Redwood, becomes a police officer, marries, and has a daughter. He and his family live there peacefully for ten years, and then tragedy strikes.
His wife and daughter are killed in a confrontation with bank robbers, and he blames himself. He quits the police force and begins a wandering, aimless life arou...


  • Joaquin Bridger is a former soldier who settles in the town of Redwood, becomes a police officer, marries, and has a daughter. He and his family live there peacefully for ten years, and then tragedy strikes.
    His wife and daughter are killed in a confrontation with bank robbers, and he blames himself. He quits the police force and begins a wandering, aimless life around town, walking wherever he goes—silent, brooding, filthy. He exists like this for five years.
    The majority of people in town see him as a man who is mentally disabled. Few people dare bother him.
    Then one day, John Slaughter, the man who was responsible for the death of Joaquin’s family, comes back to this town. After robbing the bank with his fellow criminals, he kidnaps a young girl as he gets away. Joaquin recognizes the man, and gives chase. Thus, the tale begins.
    Slaughter is no ordinary criminal. He has bases of operation across the country, and he is involved in nefarious activities with foreign and domestic criminals. He never stays too long in one spot, making it extremely difficult for Joaquin to track him across the vast wilderness.
    Sylvia, the girl Slaughter kidnapped, is nearly nine years old when the story begins, and as she meets other girls who were also taken by Slaughter, she learns how to survive as she awaits rescue.
    Back in the town of Redwood, Sylvia’s mother, Juanita, does whatever she can to search for her daughter. She also knows that Joaquin is searching for Sylvia, and this brings her some comfort.
    Joaquin has been helped, from the beginning of the search, by two men who believe in him—a U.S. Marshal, and a police officer from Redwood.
    Joaquin searches for the child across several Western states. As he tracks Slaughter, he also deals with the loss of his wife and daughter, and his failed life the last five years.
    Along the way, as he regains the rich frontier heritage of his forefathers by learning to co-exist peacefully with Nature, he meets a big man called the Giant. It is the Giant who teaches Joaquin how to live in peace and harmony with oneself; it is the Giant who teaches Joaquin simply how to live.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 76,980
  • Genres: Literary Fiction, Adventure

The Searcher Ray Dacolias

19 Reviews

by Ray Dacolias

English • 87,379 Words
Literary Fiction

Oscine is born with a hereditary illness that compels her parents to ignore and despise her; consequently, she grows up waiting for that one special person who will rescue her from loneliness and allow her to truly experience the world.
She communes with Nature in ways that mystify those around her and is revered in her neighborhood and at school for her good deeds.
Oscine eventually le...


  • Oscine is born with a hereditary illness that compels her parents to ignore and despise her; consequently, she grows up waiting for that one special person who will rescue her from loneliness and allow her to truly experience the world.
    She communes with Nature in ways that mystify those around her and is revered in her neighborhood and at school for her good deeds.
    Oscine eventually leaves home, becomes a nurse, marries, and has three children; yet it is a marriage without love, and her husband treats her as if she is a bondservant.
    And then she meets Abraham, a kind, caring doctor, and the two fall in love, but she vows never to leave her husband because she believes in the sanctity of marriage.
    Abraham consults with Eli, his best friend, a rich, handsome and charming rogue with the ladies, who tells him how to win over Oscine. But Abraham is unable to follow this advice.
    Meanwhile, the marriage between Heath and Oscine continues to disintegrate, and he begins to treat her worse than ever. Oscine still loves Abraham but now wants to stay in the marriage only for her children.
    Will Oscine leave a man who cares more for his precious cars than his own wife? Will Abraham take charge and rescue Oscine from a man who does not care about her physical, spiritual, emotional and intellectual well-being the way he does?
    And what will happen to Eli as he observes this great love between Abraham and Oscine? Will he change his attitude that women are merely conquests, to be cast off once they are conquered, and give them the honor and respect they are due?
    This story is a tragedy, for anytime a man loves a woman who is not his own, there will be blood.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 87,379
  • Genres: Literary Fiction

The Tragedy of Woman Ray Dacolias

19 Reviews

by Jay J. Falconer

English • 53,388 Words
Romance, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Adventure, New Adult, Young Adult (YA), Paranormal

Paranormal Action Thriller

Time jumper Emily Heart narrowly escaped the deadly encounter at the reporter’s home, but now finds herself floating in a cold, damp place filled with a sea of colors and certain death.

Drawing another breath won’t be easy, not after her jumps have become even more erratic and unpredictable. So, too, have her relationships with Derek and the rest of her friends...


  • Paranormal Action Thriller

    Time jumper Emily Heart narrowly escaped the deadly encounter at the reporter’s home, but now finds herself floating in a cold, damp place filled with a sea of colors and certain death.

    Drawing another breath won’t be easy, not after her jumps have become even more erratic and unpredictable. So, too, have her relationships with Derek and the rest of her friends, forcing Emily to question everything and tighten her circle of trust as her troubles escalate.

    Should she rescue Junie from a deadbeat mother and keep her friend from a life in foster care?

    Is the Orange Man stalking her, or just her friends? What does he want?

    Now that Detective Alison has tracked her down, will he arrest her or set her free?

    When the national media gets involved, how will Emily avoid the spotlight and stay alive?

    Part 3 in the series chronicles the tragedy of Emily’s life as her very existence is twisted and transformed beyond anything she could have ever imagined or believed.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 53,388
  • Genres: Romance, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Adventure, New Adult, Young Adult (YA), Paranormal

Glassford Girl: Part ... Jay J. Falconer

17 Reviews

by Ray Dacolias

English • 33,956 Words
Science Fiction, Literary Fiction, Short Stories

“Unification” is a story about a man, Rymalone, who is drawn into a mysterious opening in the ground—the Source. He falls for a millennium, and when he does exit, he finds that very little time has elapsed on Earth, but now he has hitherto unknown powers, which he soon uses to aid people. However, another man, Lewis, of dubious character, is then taken into the Source; he falls for an e...


  • “Unification” is a story about a man, Rymalone, who is drawn into a mysterious opening in the ground—the Source. He falls for a millennium, and when he does exit, he finds that very little time has elapsed on Earth, but now he has hitherto unknown powers, which he soon uses to aid people. However, another man, Lewis, of dubious character, is then taken into the Source; he falls for an even longer time, and when he returns, has greater powers than Rymalone, but then seeks to dominate the world. Now, in order to stop Lewis, Rymalone must return to the Source, willfully enter it, and endure the seemingly endless eons alone. Will he go in, and what will he become, if and when he comes out?
    “Traveling at the Speed of Love” is about the first astronauts on Mars. The wives of the two men frequently visit the Space Center so they might observe their husbands on the giant video screen, and speak to them using special audio equipment. While one of the men is working on the surface of the Red Planet, Mission Control discovers that a meteor will soon strike where he stands; however, due to a long time delay, they will not have the chance to save him. It is his loving wife who provides a supernatural way to communicate the peril to him.
    “The Expanding Earth” is about an English family who finds, as they travel about in their cars, that the same trips they have taken many times are now taking longer than usual; soon, they discover the shocking reason.
    “The Vision” is about a college student, Benjamin, who experiences visitations from what appears to be an Angel, who soon declares that God has selected him to be his holy messenger on Earth. Benjamin must then decide if the Angel is real, and if so, what to do about it.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 33,956
  • Genres: Science Fiction, Literary Fiction, Short Stories

Dreamer of Dreams Ray Dacolias

17 Reviews

by Ray Dacolias

English • 108,384 Words
Romance, Literary Fiction

Who we are is often influenced by where we are born, and by the family that raises us, the friends who surround us, and the folks who rule us; in America, we may not have an acknowledged caste system, yet one exists the moment that power or privilege, trial or tribulation, disease or destitution cradles us to its nourishing bosom.
Tony Siciliani is a young man of humble means who has l...


  • Who we are is often influenced by where we are born, and by the family that raises us, the friends who surround us, and the folks who rule us; in America, we may not have an acknowledged caste system, yet one exists the moment that power or privilege, trial or tribulation, disease or destitution cradles us to its nourishing bosom.
    Tony Siciliani is a young man of humble means who has lost his health. He begins an obsessive quest to find a cure for his ailment. He feels isolated from a world that seems not to value a man who is ill and has no family.
    Lake Seville is a young, beautiful heiress who lives the lifestyle of the fabulously wealthy. She goes wherever she wants, owns whatever she wants, does whatever she wants; then, she abruptly loses her fortune and her health, and eventually meets Tony, whom she ordinarily would have shunned.
    Now, Tony and Lake will try to help each other discover who they really are, endeavor to bridge the societal chasm that exists between them, and in so doing, find out if they are truly able to love each other.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 108,384
  • Genres: Romance, Literary Fiction

What We All Have Ray Dacolias

16 Reviews

by Ray Dacolias

English • 46,608 Words
Literary Fiction, Short Stories

“Janitor” is a story about a man whose skin pigments happen to be predominantly black, who exists in Southern society before the advent of a kinder and gentler America. Although he is not treated with respect at his custodial job or in town, he is the embodiment of affability and graciousness. One day, something dramatic happens to alter the shameful attitude of his fellow citizens to...


  • “Janitor” is a story about a man whose skin pigments happen to be predominantly black, who exists in Southern society before the advent of a kinder and gentler America. Although he is not treated with respect at his custodial job or in town, he is the embodiment of affability and graciousness. One day, something dramatic happens to alter the shameful attitude of his fellow citizens toward him.
    “Love” is about the inviolate affection between a father and his daughter. As she lies dying on a hospital bed, he faithfully attends to her every need; it is here that we see their special bond, and the deep sorrow that compels him to desperate measures.
    “The Whispering Bells” is a tale about tiny creatures that seek adventure and excitement as they soar throughout the galaxies. Sometimes, they form long lines and watch young Bells catch meteoroids and perform entertaining routines on them. One of these Bells is not so cautious and he lands on a planet where he cannot fly, and this is where his real journey begins.
    “Crashing Into You” examines the life of a beautiful young woman and the consequences of her irresponsible actions. She speeds everywhere she goes, never thinking that her reckless driving might hurt someone; but one day she does hurt someone and goes to jail, and when she comes out, she is forced to examine her past life and the people she affected.
    “March of Life” takes place during World War II. American and Filipino soldiers are on a forced march by Japanese captors who mistreat and often murder those prisoners who displease them or who are unable to physically make the trek. One of the Japanese soldiers does not agree with this inhumane treatment. He finds a way to leave the island, but unfortunately lands on the Chinese coastline, and must somehow survive the very people his country is seeking to commit genocide against.
    “Autograph” profiles an old man who has had decades of nightmares about his role in the horrific bombing of another nation. He eventually realizes that he must go to this country and make amends with the people, but once there, he finds it is not an easy task.
    “Of Greater Significance than Mammon” begins with a dying man struggling to move along a snow-covered road. He is trying to get to the house where his wife and precious daughter live, but he soon collapses. A Good Samaritan comes along and learns from this man that there are assassins coming to kill the man’s family. The youth now must make a decision to run, merely help, or take action.
    “100” depicts the struggles of one hundred men in a bleak desert. They are cogitating on the methods to prevent a fast-moving truck with a deadly cargo from reaching a nearby city. These bald-headed men, dressed in beige clothes, have no weapons and very little time to resolve this dilemma.
    “Soul Love” begins with a man holding onto the railing of a boat, his other hand grasping his wife’s as she dangles above a tempestuous sea. Soon his grasp will weaken and she will fall into the boiling cauldron—but when his hold on her is gone, something miraculous happens.
    “A Purpose Given” profiles a wandering man who appears to be just like every bum or hobo who inhabits the landscape, but his past life was exemplary, and due to tragic circumstances, he has voluntarily left home and hearth to look for a greater purpose beyond his own life, and finds it.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 46,608
  • Genres: Literary Fiction, Short Stories

Teller of Tales Ray Dacolias

15 Reviews

Warning: This is an independent companion to Still Alice, meant to enhance your experience of the novel. If you have not yet bought Lisa Genova’s novel, make sure to purchase it before buying this unofficial Sidekick.

In her debut novel, Lisa Genova takes on the challenging topic of early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease. By turns delightful and heartbreaking, Still Alice follows ...


  • Warning: This is an independent companion to Still Alice, meant to enhance your experience of the novel. If you have not yet bought Lisa Genova’s novel, make sure to purchase it before buying this unofficial Sidekick.

    In her debut novel, Lisa Genova takes on the challenging topic of early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease. By turns delightful and heartbreaking, Still Alice follows the journey of Alice Howland, renowned Harvard professor, as she fights to maintain a sense of identity and purpose even as her memories fade away.

    Genova’s novel has over a million copies in print and has touched readers all over the world. It has also been endorsed by the National Alzheimer’s Association.

    With this Sidekick, you’ll:

    • Spend some more time with the characters you’ve come to know and love

    • Take a look at the novel’s underlying themes

    • Learn what you might have missed on your first read of Still Alice

    • Explore a possible alternate ending and imagine ideas for a sequel

    • Get a chance to discuss Lisa Genova’s Still Alice with other readers on our Facebook forum

    Sidekicks are entertaining and insightful reading companions, filled with delightful commentary and thought-provoking questions. Readers have raved that they "really put you in touch with the many layers of the novel," "keep you entertained even longer," and are "perfect if you want a vivid understanding of the story." Designed to be read side by side with the novels they complement, they’ll give you even more reasons to love some of today’s best books.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 6,995
  • Genres: Literary Fiction

Still Alice: A Novel ... Katherine R. Miller

14 Reviews

by Dave Eagle

English • 9,178 Words
Literary Fiction, Historical Fiction

Can’t get enough of Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See? Immerse yourself in his world and discover hidden treasures with this Sidekick.

Warning: This is an independent companion to All the Light We Cannot See, meant to enhance your experience of the novel. If you have not yet bought All the Light We Cannot See, make sure to purchase it before buyin...


  • Can’t get enough of Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See? Immerse yourself in his world and discover hidden treasures with this Sidekick.

    Warning: This is an independent companion to All the Light We Cannot See, meant to enhance your experience of the novel. If you have not yet bought All the Light We Cannot See, make sure to purchase it before buying this unofficial Sidekick.

    Blind since early childhood, Marie-Laure is only twelve years old when she is forced to flee her home as the Nazis occupy France. Werner, a German orphan, has a talent for fixing radios—a talent that the Hitler Youth is all too eager to embrace. Their lives intertwine in this touching and poetic novel.

    With this Sidekick, you’ll:

    • Discover some fascinating hidden gems of the novel

    • Spend some more time with the characters you’ve come to know and love

    • Learn what you might have missed on your first read of All the Light We Cannot See

    • Explore a possible alternate ending and imagine ideas for a sequel

    • Get a chance to discuss the book with other readers on our Facebook forum

    Sidekicks are entertaining and insightful reading companions, filled with delightful commentary and thought-provoking questions. Readers have raved that Dave Eagle’s Sidekicks "really put you in touch with the many layers of the novel," "keep you entertained even longer," and are "perfect if you want a vivid understanding of the story." Designed to be read side by side with the novels they complement, they’ll give you even more reasons to love some of today’s best books.


  • Language: English
  • Words: 9,178
  • Genres: Literary Fiction, Historical Fiction

All the Light We Cann... Dave Eagle

14 Reviews