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!
Frosted Blood, by Larry Pellitteri
In the near future where ancient enemies sit on the brink of war, seventeen-year-old Michael Saxon carries a powerful secret inside his DNA that both sides will do anything to acquire.

When he was just seven years old, Michael's parents, scientists at a private military contractor called Enbright, vanished without a trace and left Michael a small crystal. Haunted by nightmares, Michael is desperate to discover the truth about his parents and is convinced the crystal holds the key.

Following high school, Michael accepts an internship at Enbright, despite his reservations, and puts his spelunking skills to work, helping locate powerful artifacts. Before long, Michael and his young independent and mysterious coworker, E...
Created to stand out, not fit in, by Sherique Dill
Have you been told that you are weird or strange because you refuse to follow? Feeling unpopular or unaccepted? Well, this book is here to inspire and motivate you, for you are not weird or strange, you are just special and unique. You were not created to fit in, you were created by the Most High Heavenly One to STAND OUT. Why should you have to change who you are for others to love you? Why should you have to conform to the will of others and compromise? It doesn't matter if you are loved and accepted by many. For leadership has nothing to do with numbers, it's about motivation and influence. You were created for a divine purpose and when you are walking in purpose many will oppose you. If your goal in life is to be loved and accepted ...
Epiphany - THE GOLDING: A story within a story, by Sonya Deanna Terry

A mystical forest . . . An ancient prophecy . . . A love that spans lifetimes

Free-spirited book-club founder, Rosetta, and polished traditionalist, Matthew, are yet to meet and have little in common, but time-travelling sprites from a magical past are convinced they'll fulfil an aeons-old prophecy.

A simple enough plan, it would seem, getting two people in one city to unite against a Cycle of Suffering that the world doesn't know it's imprisoned in. Throughout every age in history, however, a body-king influence has thwarted sprites' hopes for humanity.

But sprites and body-kings aren't supposed to exist! Rosetta has no reason to think they're an...
Debunking Misconceptions About Catholicism, by J Alvarez
In seeking knowledge, we use our minds, but in seeking the true meaning of our lives, we must use our hearts.

There are many books that defend the Catholic faith but most are ineffective in conveying God's very simple message to the ordinary Catholic layman. Most members of the Catholic laity find catechisms complicated and hard to understand. Other Christian denominations are very aggressive in promoting their own doctrines and beliefs, challenging what most Catholics traditionally believe in.

Recent surveys purportedly saying that many Catholics no longer want to go to church got it all extremely wrong! A Catholic knows that the beautiful center of his Christian life is receiving Jesus during the sacrament of th...
Inside Out, by Jack Kearney
As an actor, Danny Belson has played many criminal types, but as the prisoner transport bus pulls out of the LA county jail, the realization of his conviction overwhelms him. The irony is that only six months ago he taught an acting workshop at the same institution he is now going to be incarcerated in. Danny had been chosen to take part in California's answer to New Jersey's highly acclaimed "Scared Straight" by actually working with the inmates of the Medium Security Federal Prison in Lompoc. In his short stay, Danny made some interesting friends as well as unforgiving enemies.
Utilizing a groundbreaking format, Follow Danny as he goes from a care free beach volleyball loving, pool shooting, actor, who's only worry is knowing w...
Northern Heights: A story of bullying, love, healing and revenge., by Helen E. Barrow
North East England, August 2000,
Barbara Singleton is twelve years old and in love with another girl. She is also obese and the subject of a brutal bullying campaign. Seeing no other options, this gentle child takes drastic action to end her torment.

Over a decade later, Nicola Dixon is struggling with life. The victim of choice in her manager's relentless, sometimes ingenious bullying tactics, this once happy young woman is aware she is drinking more, losing weight and her confidence is in tatters. Despite agonising over every recollection since they first met, she cannot understand what she has done to deserve such cruel treatment. Instead those memories, blurred beyond recognition through over-reflection, have blended ...
The Legend of Little Sharpshooter, by K.D. Kinney
Miranda Carter prefers to go by the name Randy. She has a lot of skill with a gun so you might not want to rub her the wrong way.

After her pa is killed, sixteen-year-old Randy is on her own. Instead of staying with the fussy Miss Marla like her pa wanted her to do, she decides to leave the New Mexico Territory and head West so she can see the ocean to spread the ashes of her family there. She starts her journey with her temperamental horse Al, her revolver Pearl, and her guns as her only companions. However, she's a girl with some Annie Oakley style sharpshooting skills and an old family friend she runs into knows it. As she rises to fame across the American West, she's getting plenty of attention from the wrong kind of p...
Love In Fortune Valley (Fortune Valley Series Book 1), by Lindsy Boyd Dickenson
Love In Fortune Valley: A Novel

By Lindsy Boyd Dickenson

Passion and betrayal oomph across the pages of this witty contemporary romance novel. Love in Fortune Valley combines sweet and sensual tender hearts with the trials and tribulations of three generations of a pioneering family that settled in the rolling hills of the Pembina Valley in Manitoba.

Hilda Tucker is a staunch Mennonite woman who gives birth to her first and only child at forty years old. She prides herself on being a married woman and a mother. She rules her roost; obeys her husband, enjoys Sunday worship, delights in the everyday chores of running a household, but she could have never predicted the abrupt c...