BISAC codes are used by booksellers, librarians, teachers, and others who need to categorize and catalog your book. But as an author, you can use this coding system to understand your book in the context of all the other books out there.
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A fresh twisty regency plot, romantic intrigue and closes brushes with clandestine disasters --- a classy and scandalous entertaining read!
Spoils of Olympus II: World on Fire by Christian Kachel – Historical Fiction/War & Military/Post-Alexandrian Greece
“A master tactician and student of war, Kachel brings history to life - upfront and personal- an engaging foray into the chaotic aftermath of Alexander the Great.”
A captivating historical military story that blends genres-crosses through time & space - an intriguing story & well orchestrated action sequences.
Rich in detail and exceptional in development, A River Divides is Michael Roueche’s second novel focused on a few characters whose lives are inextricably challenged and changed by the political upheaval of the Civil War.
Beauty takes a different a form in Lisa Souza’s page-turning debut novel, Beauty and the Bridesmaid.
Dorothy (Dot) Lindell tags herself as a “relationship black hole.” An overweight software geek with a loser love life whose only wish is to not die a virgin.
At her cousin’s wedding, displayed in a tightly molded purple-ish taffeta gown, Dot […]
Books that have reached the Short List or the Semi-Finalist rounds have been read completely. These are books that we love and that we want to give extra recognition.
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