#Evening Feature

Diary of a Teenage Zombie

by Kristy Berridge

Diary of a Teenage Zombie by [Berridge, Kristy]

To be a seventeen-year-old zombie is no easy feat. Eating flesh and slurping on open vein sources comes more naturally than squeezing pimples or berating the head cheerleader. But for Katie Palmer, dealing with high school nuances after the apocalypse is how she must survive.
Katie’s done well to hide her dietary requirements so far, but someone or something is onto her secret and it’s only a matter of time before zone-sanctioned security take a shotgun to her head.
Dead bodies are piling up and Katie’s blood-stained hands are at the forefront of blame. Will she kill the competition before everyone finally realises she’s rotten underneath or fall apart in an attempt to hide her true nature?

https://www.amazon.com/Diary-Teenage-Zombie-Kristy-Berridge-ebook/dp/B00NF5W0RS

#Afternoon Feature

The Sixth Finger

by Chux Onyenyeonwu

The Sixth Finger by [Chux Onyenyeonwu]

It is the saga of a typical family in a tropical African war-faring community that had its members dispersed to strange lands through the inglorious trans-Atlantic slave trade via the deep throat of an oracle that devoured the guilty. They began a painful journey of no return to exotic lands only known to the migratory birds that pass overhead, with a resolve to return to expose the well-kept secrets of the sham of an oracle that was long…

Over the two hundred years, a physical feature remained invincible and indelible in them. It remained a recurrent decimal from Africa to Cuba, from Cuba to America, and to the end of the cosmos. It became proof of their identity: The Sixth Finger. Even as they rub shoulders with the high and mighty, or serve in various down-trodden capacities, The Sixth Finger stood out and remained as constant as the rock of ages.

With the good, the bad, and ugly all masked and dining together, would the clinical precision of training received back in the homeland that had been passed down from hand to hand to enhance their survival be resorted to? Would they once again surmount the siege of modern-day trials and challenges that threaten them to the core to tell their own stories?

As the world and indeed the cosmos rise together to applaud one of their greatest achievements, would they, like chickens, come home to roost? Would the very reliable Sixth Finger point the way home, back to their roots? Would The Sixth Finger prove that it is indeed God in the affairs of men?

https://www.amazon.com/Sixth-Finger-Chux-Onyenyeonwu-ebook/dp/B015GSM9W2

#Morning Feature

My Story as an American Au Pair in the Loire Valley (French Illusions Book 1)

by Linda Kovic-Skow

My Story as an American Au Pair in the Loire Valley (French Illusions Book 1) by [Kovic-Skow, Linda]

Linda needs to learn a language fast in order to fulfill her dream of becoming a flight attendant so she contracts to become an au pair for a wealthy family in the Loire Valley. To secure the nanny position, Linda lies and pretends to speak French, confident she will be forgiven once she arrives at her destination.

When Linda attends language classes at a local university, she encounters, Adam, a handsome young student, and her life with the family becomes more complicated, adding fuel to her internal battle for independence.

https://www.amazon.com/Story-American-Valley-French-Illusions-ebook/dp/B00BG0EV8A

#BZbooks

Great selection of Science Fiction at http://beezeebooks.com/science-fiction/

Creatura (The Creatura Series Book 1) by [Cab, Nely]

Isis can control her dreams. Or she could—until recently. The creature in her nightmares has been haunting her for months. As if being dumped wasn’t bad enough, now she dreads going to sleep. She decides to confront the creature and win back some of her peace; only, she finds that he’s not a monster and he’s not a dream. A sacrifice for love, a shocking discovery and a jealous ex-boyfriend blur the lines between reality and dreams, making it hard to tell who the real monsters are.
Who would’ve known…that sometimes love is lethal?