It's Book Discovery Day! Twice a week we bring you a selection of books that are newly-published, or that have been overlooked.

Every great book was once a hidden gem. Browse through the books below and start your own discovery!

Book Discovery - newly-published and overlooked books!
Horror: Dark Fantasy Horror: Scary Stories: Suspense: Gretel, by Christopher Coleman
Alone. Frightened. Captive. If you hear someone approaching, RUN. She is not there to help you.

There is an ancient evil in the Back Country, dormant for centuries but now hungry and lurking. When it sets its sights on an unsuspecting mother one routine morning along an isolated stretch of highway, a quiet farming family is suddenly thrust into a world of unspeakable terror, and a young girl must learn to be a hero.

Genres and Themes:
Dark Fantasy Horror
Horror in the Woods
Horror Thriller
Dark Fantasy with Magic
Mystery Horror Suspense
Dark Fantasy Fairy Tales
Evil Witch
Scary Stories
Suspense Horror <...
Drawing and Sketching Portraits: How to Draw Realistic Faces for Beginners, by Jacquelyn Descanso
This generously illustrated book provides step-by-step lessons and exercises to help you learn how to draw people today!

Have you always wished you could draw portraits and faces? Get a head start on learning how with this book. Don't worry about talent--talent is overrated. Anyone can learn how to draw people! There are some wonderful techniques to get you off to a great start. Plus, you'll have a lot of fun in the process. You will learn many methods that artists have been using for centuries!

While this book works fine on e-Ink Kindles, tablets or Kindle Fires work the best, especially when you follow along to the exercises and step-by-step tutorials....
The Woodman: Book One. The Roads of Hell, by G.H. BRIGHT
POST APOCALYPTIC, yet so much more!
"Modified Ebola has decimated the globe, handfuls of survivors eke out an existence whilst others are intent on building from the ashes a world of unimaginable pain and horror. The Woodman fights to keep the world from tipping completely over the edge whilst battling his own demons. "

Imagine a world where nothing is easy. No electricity, electronic communications fuel or running water. Imagine that world came so fast there was nothing you could do about it. No preparation, no stockpiling of goods. One day you flick a switch and a fire comes on, the next day you need to learn to make fire to get warm and keep animals away.
No law, no order, survival of the fittest is the name of...
Orphans of the Secret War: Abandoned by an American father, then his mother released him into the care of a Thai orphanage, causing despair. A Buddhist abbot says it was fate, then a miracle happened, by Bruce Anderson
The title of the conflict "The Vietnam War", doesn't totally encompass the impact it had on the region it consumed--Southeast Asia.
In the 1960s and throughout the 70s, the much more powerful North Vietnamese Army took full advantage of Laos' weaker position by fueling the internal conflict within the landlocked country and gaining room for their troops to maneuver within Laos. During this time, and fearing that the communist propaganda would cross its border with Laos and spread unrest within, The Kingdom of Thailand agreed that the US military could use Thai air bases around the country to fight in defense of freedom and democracy. The Americans swarmed into the Thai Kingdom like migrating African bees, ultimately giving Thailand...
Brooding City: Brooding City Series Book 1, by Tom Shutt

Detective Brennan is confronted with his past crimes while on the trail of a violent drug lord&#8230;

Cursed with the supernatural ability to know when others are lying to him, Arthur Brennan, homicide detective with Odols Police Department, sees deception everywhere he looks.

Following a betrayal at the hands of fellow Sleepers several years ago, Brennan has left behind the life of a clandestine dream-stalking assassin and taken up a silver detective's badge. The eyeless corpse of a dead pharmacist sets Brennan on the hunt for a ruthless madman, one whose product is leaving its own mounting body count.

Brooding City is the first installment in a series that promises to grip readers of all genres. Wit...
The Cancer Letters, by Eric Plummer
The Cancer Letters is one mother's unconventional, yet humorous attempt at parenting while suffering through chemotherapy treatments she's hoping will save her life.Through a series of letters, she imparts her unique form of parental wisdom onto her teenage son hoping she can absently help him grow into an honest, responsible young man.

She knows he's going to fight. She knows he's going to drink. She knows he's going to get his heart broken. She knows he's going to get in trouble...

Will the son take her advice on the trials and tribulations of life and learn that sometimes parents are right whether he likes to admit it or not? Or will he ignore it like a typical teenage boy trying to come to life unde...
Disenchantment, by C E Montague
Speaking from his own experiences as a soldier and a journalist C. E. Montague writes about the boundless optimism and commitment of men who enlisted and then returned with a communal sense of disenchantment.

Describing heavy hearts and the harsh regimes imposed on both sides he explores what duty means in hindsight and questions the way in which war is fought whilst accepting the need for resolution.

He explores the pride and idealism of a nation determined to win, the scale of human loss and the traumatic legacy which is left behind.

Gravely critiquing the cost of war, 'Disenchantment' lifts the veil of propaganda and configured journalism which was a defining feature of WW1.

Water Minute Mysteries & Solutions 1-10, by p. aaron mitchell
Short stories of enigma with The Professor, who provides all the clues for you to figure out each story's one and only explanation. Solve them yourself, or read the solutions.
"you're hooked" 5-Stars, Amazon Top 500 Reviewer.
"Bravo!" 5-Stars, Amazon Top 100 Reviewer....