Spiritual

“Gilda Trillim” announced as a finalist in the 2017 Whitney Awards

Feb 20th, 2018 | By

Roundfire Books are delighted to announce that Gilda Trillim – Shepherdess of Rats by Steven L. Peck has been selected as a finalist in the 2017 Whitney Awards in the General Fiction category. The winners will be announced in May 2018 and we wish all the finalist well. Steven L. Peck’s intriguing, literary narrative follows

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Historical drama on the high seas & a modern-day Witch. All New Scottish Fiction

Oct 26th, 2017 | By

Whether it’s the rugged Highlands and Islands or the gritty cosmopolitan city of Glasgow, Scotland always provides a fantastic backdrop for a story. This month JHP is proud to be publishing two very different but both brilliantly entertaining reads with atmospheric Scottish settings. With No Safe Anchorage author Liz McCrae Shaw delivers a hard to

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And now for something a little different … introducing Gilda Trillim

Aug 2nd, 2017 | By

We love to discover something unusual, to give a voice to a different sort of story at Roundfire. One that will surprise, intrigue, and perhaps challenge you; Gilda Trillim: Shepherdess of Rats by Steven L. Peck delivers all that and more. A woman struggles to discern the meaning of life when she is taken as POW in

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eBook Promotion: January 17

Jan 17th, 2017 | By

Some reach out for the mystical, but sometimes it’s the mystical that reaches out.   Call of the Forbidden Way by Robert Owings When Carson Reynolds gets hired to produce a documentary film at a gathering of Native American medicine men, he never suspects it will be a portal into a world that will radically

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Pilgrimage on the Path of Love by Barbara Ann Briggs

Oct 28th, 2016 | By

Pilgrimage on the Path of Love is the story of a woman of great courage who travels alone to India in search of spiritual fulfillment. Her desire for a fulfilling relationship through human love is transmuted into an eternal relationship with God. Living very simply in a Himalayan hill station, she meets people from all

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eBook Offer

Jul 11th, 2016 | By
Transforming Pandora book cover

It’s the last few days of our 0.99 eBook offer featuring Transforming Pandora Attempting to come to terms with her husband’s death, Pandora reluctantly attends an evening of clairvoyance and raises a spirit who sets her on a new path. Just as her romantic life begins to improve, things become complicated by the reappearance of a

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The Man Who Drew Triangles Out Today!

Jan 31st, 2016 | By

We’re really excited that The Man Who Drew Triangles is out today! The book tells the story of Patricia, a psychiatrist who is given a  sectioned 27y/o Icelander who claims he has spiritual  powers. Judging him “crazy”, she is forced to reconsider her view when a series of supernatural events have a profound effect on

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The Pandora Series by Carolyn Mathews – eBook Promotion

Jan 5th, 2016 | By
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In the beginning……   Transforming Pandora – Attempting to come to terms with her husband’s death, Pandora reluctantly attends an evening of clairvoyance and raises a spirit who sets her on a new path. Just as her romantic life begins to improve, things become complicated by the reappearance of a man she never expected to see

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Grandmother stories

Nov 25th, 2015 | By

Mags MacKean is an O Books author inhabiting the borderlands between fact and fiction… Disguised as a twinge, she has an answer for anyone who questions. She might make herself known, as she did for me, when purpose, endeavour and progress, mythologized as a stairway to heaven, no longer makes sense. I know her as

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Award Winning Cobalt Blue

Jul 26th, 2014 | By

Cobalt Blue  by Peggy Payne received is the 2014 bronze IPPY for Visionary Fiction. Here’s an excerpt! Moonlight was all over the room when she woke, the board floor grooved with shadows. She was in an instant fully awake. Surely such brightness didn’t come in at this hour every night, or every full moon, the

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