Saturday, December 26, 2015

WMP Solo Novels

Today, we're going to showcase all of Write More Publications solo novels. Whether it be romance, children's books or historical, all the solo novels we have will be shown here.

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Fat Chances



Fat Chances, by J.S. Wilsoncroft

“Annie Powers is eighteen and overweight. When her twin sister, Molly talks her into going to a Zumba class, all Annie expected was a lot of sweat and sore muscles. But when she laid eyes on the very handsome and muscular Zumba instructor, Cory Shields, not only did he leave her gasping for breath from the exercises, but also from their kiss. 

Dazed and confused, Annie struggles to understand why someone like Cory would be attracted to her. At the same time, Cory tries to make her understand that she is just as beautiful on the outside as she is on the inside. 
Annie knows she needs to learn to love herself before she can let Cory into her life. But can she? 

"Fat Chances” will warm your heart and reminds us all that it’s what’s in the heart, not in the body, that counts. ”

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The Butterfly Who Didn't Want to Fly


The Butterfly Who Didn't Want to Fly, by Theresa Oliver


George was like other butterflies of his age in so many ways. He loved to play Daisy Dodge with the other boys. He read lots of books. And after doing his homework, he loved playing his favorite video game, Knights and Castles. But George wasn’t like other butterflies. You see, George was the butterfly who didn’t want to fly.

In The Butterfly Who Didn’t Want to Fly, George learns that the first step is admitting your fears and the second step is facing them, but can George overcome his fear and save his friend in time?

The Butterfly Who Didn’t Want to Fly is an endearing story of courage and bravery that children of all ages will enjoy. ”



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The Unfaithful Widow


The Unfaithful Widow, by J.S. Wilsoncroft

After twenty years of marriage to her high school sweetheart, Tess Malone thought she’d married the perfect guy. When Darren dies in a horrific car accident, Tess soon learns that her marriage wasn’t so perfect after all. On an unexpected trip to New York, she discovers that her late husband had been living a double life. Bitter and heartbroken, Tess and her best friend hit the clubs in New York, where she literally falls in the arms of a young prince charming, Greg Thomas. Will Greg’s charming, seductive smiles and romantic French quotes be enough to open her heart to love again? Or will he, too, shatter what’s left of it? ”



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Thou Shalt Not Kill


Thou Shalt Not Kill, by Theresa Oliver

In Thou Shalt Not Kill, Catholic high school students are faced with a decision: do I kill to save my life and the lives of others or not, even at the cost of my own life?

Casey Nichols and her friends are forced to answer this question after finding themselves in the middle of WWIII when their school, their city, and their country are overrun by terrorists. The decisions they make have consequences, but can they live with the choices they make? Derek saves Casey’s life, but will another steal her heart?

In Thou Shalt Not Kill, some will live, some will die ... all choose to fight. When all hell breaks loose, which path will you choose? ”



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Remembering Zane


Remembering Zane, by J.S. Wilsoncroft

At ten years old, Bonnie Reese knew the minute she laid eyes on Zane Withers that he would forever have a place in her heart. After years of dating, then finally going their separate ways, Bonnie always dreamed that eventually they would find their way back back to each other.
But those dreams were shattered, along with her heart, when she received the devastating news that her beloved Zane had been killed. As she faced her worst nightmare of going to his funeral, Bonnie runs into Zane’s best friend, Jonathan Wood. Little did she know, Jonathan had deep feelings for her since the seventh grade. Now that his best friend is gone, will Jonathan have the courage to tell her that he’s loved her since high school? Or will he keep his secret to himself forever? Will Bonnie let go and let love find her again? ”



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An Unpredictable Life



An Unpredictable Life, by Elaine White

A memoir of a teen's struggle with cancer
2014 Watty Award winner on WattPad!

AN UNPREDICTABLE LIFE is a memoir of Elaine White's struggle with cancer as a teen. This book was a 2014 Watty Award winner on WattPad!
I was diagnosed with Cancer a week before my 16th Birthday. I had Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma and had to undergo Chemotherapy and a Stem Cell transplant, back in 2003. My whole life changed. I wrote this book when I was 17, when all my treatment was over, to catalogue everything I had learned and experienced. I had no information about Cancer during my treatment; it was all aimed at adults and I was a teenager who didn't understand most of what happened.
So I wrote this book. I was a teenager when I wrote, when I had Cancer and I wanted this to be an information, honest account of what it was really like to have Cancer and go through the treatment....from a teenager's perspective.




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The Christmas Cottage


The Christmas Cottage, by Theresa Oliver

THIS IS A HOLIDAY INSPIRATIONAL ROMANCE SHORT STORY.
Sarah hasn't felt loved in a while, and to top it all off, her husband has just left her for another woman. Distraught, she chooses to end it all, but fate intervenes. Nearly unconscious, a handsome stranger carries her to his cottage. Can Sarah put the past behind her and open her heart to the love of God in the Christmas Cottage? ”



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