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A hilarious tale of dogs, fogs, bogs and moving to Ireland.
For many years, Nick and Lesley Albert had shared a dream of living far away
from the stress of modern life, and when the opportunity arose, they jumped in
with both feet. Almost overnight, they decided to move to beautiful County Clare,
in the west of Ireland – a Country they had never before visited. With little
experience or money they set about renovating a derelict farmhouse and building
a new life together - hindered only by their lack of skill, twenty-two chickens
,two ducks and several unruly dogs. Bursting with comical anecdotes and witty
observations, blended with occasional moments of exquisite sadness, this is a
delightful true story of an English couple searching for a new life in the
quiet solitude of rural Ireland.
"Marley and Me" meets "Round Ireland with a Fridge." If you
love dogs, Ireland and life, then you will adore “An Irish Tail”.
Please read the Amazon reviews and you will get a strong idea of what it is
Ramz A. "What can I say?
Wow! And I mean - Wow!"
Shannon A. "This is a well
written book that will capture your attention and not let it go."
Roger B. "I never
expected to get so drawn into it, that I would end up finishing it in just a
couple of days."
Robert E. Wood "Donalie
Beltran’s book, Murder Is A Family Affair, blew me away. "
Harry H. Husted "One of the best
works I have ever read. I couldn't stop reading it. "
DAN BALDWIN "It is a
brutally honest, fast-paced book that will break your heart, have you pounding
your fist in anger, and shaking your head in shock. Once you pick it up you
will not be able to put it down. "
Walter Danley "Good writing
demands that the pace of the story keeps the reader “hooked” throughout. Murder
is a Family Affair does not disappoint. "
JEANNIE R. BARBER "A Book Like No Other I've Ever Read!Donalie Beltran captures real facts
from her own genealogy that entices the reader to desperately know
LOU DUGGAN "WOW! A GREAT STORY!This book is very well written and
flows well. It kept my interest and the story made it hard to put the book
down. The book is thought provoking about inherited genes. This would make a
great movie. "
JOHN VEDDER "ENGROSSING FROM BEGINNING TO
the book, I had to keep reminding myself that I was reading a non-fiction
story. Just when I thought I couldn't get more shocked or horrified, the last
chapter blew me out of my seat!"
To live with no regrets, Ryan vows to try it all — even
murder. Creating a different persona for each pursuit, he soon loses himself in
his own dark labyrinth. Best friend Dave struggles to bring him back — but
first must face the darkest side of all.
(#1 Kindle bestseller in psychological thrillers - June 2014)
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500 years after the death of King Arthur, the island of Avalon has almost
completely sunk into the sea. All but the last few druid priests have evacuated
their island home and the evacuees’ bloodlines have thinned.
One half-druid, a captain in the King’s navy is unaware of his magical
birthright until he is entrusted with the safety of his princess on a journey
to meet with her betrothed. Because of the long-standing war on magic and
increasing hostilities on Albion toward all magical creatures, Uncle Melador
has refused the faerie help needed to keep track of the maid. Instead, he
reveals the family secret to the captain and gives him a magical choice.
Now the captain must decide: Will he choose freedom from persecution or will he
use magic to keep his royal charge from eloping with a common sailor? What
would you choose if an alliance was at stake?
Historical fantasy set in Britain’s medieval period. 12,000 words.
Sometimes, what you want is
not really what you need.
Gail is only twenty-two years
old and her mom is dying. Not just dying, she will be dead in a few days, if
the doctors are to be trusted, and Gail is certain she herself won't survive
that. After a run in with Scott, the hot gardener from next door, Gail begins
to see him as the perfect distraction from her unbearable life. It's not love
Gail wants. She just wants to feel good with someone who makes her forget, if
only for a little while, and Scott fits that description perfectly.
Scott just got back into town
and he's still trying to get his life back together. He already has more
problems and regrets than he can ever hope to live with, and the last thing he
needs is to get tangled up with a rich girl who is clearly a little unsettled,
if not downright insane. But the fact that Gail is very attractive and keeps
throwing herself at him makes it impossible to keep sending her away. Which he
should, for Gail's sake more than his own.