A Few More of Creativia’s Must-Reads!

I recently shared a few books written by some outstanding authors published by Creativia. Today I couldn’t help myself but to share more! I’ve recently signed on with this agency, and they’re making over all of my work (First Makeover Complete! and Second Book Makeover, Finished!!) before publishing my soon to come new releases Sketch, and Justice for Belle. As I interact with, and place the fellow authors published here under a magnifying glass, I’m growing more and more impressed by the day!

Here are a few more wonderful books to look into!!



Annie Hansen, a young schizophrenic private eye, is tasked with solving the murders of the town mayor and a local doctor in the small town of Serendipity, Canada. Together with handsome detective Mark Snow, they set to bring the killer to justice.

But Annie is haunted by her past, unable to overcome her mother’s death and her father deserting their family. Soon after, the investigation takes a surprising turn when Annie and her boyfriend find themselves among the suspects.

What is the cryptic message left on the late doctor’s charts… and is it possible that Annie, or one of her friends, is responsible for the crimes?

Praise for BLOOD SISTER:
“A charming murder mystery” – Gisela Hausmann, author & blogger
“A uniquely courageous and quirky whodunit with a fresh voice.” – Jesse Giles Christiansen



“If you’re a fan of Egyptian-themed reads, or anything with a paranormal edge, then this is a read for you.” – K.J. Simmill, Readers’ Favorite

California archaeology student Chione has vivid dreams about the discovery of an opulent tomb. After the founder of the Institute of Archaeology learns that Chione’s dreams might be connected to events in Egypt, he accepts an offer to examine a mysterious site in Valley of the Queens.

After they discover an ancient burial site, spells encoded into the hieroglyphs on the tomb’s walls transport Chione and her former boyfriend, archaeologist Aaron Ashby, 3,500 years into the past: to ancient Egypt. There, they learn of Tutankhamon and Tauret, a priestess in Pharaoh’s Court.

Meanwhile, the other team members are affected in unfathomable ways by the Ka: the spirit of the entombed. Chione and Aaron learn that Tauret plans to provide Tutankhamon with a living heir… and that they have been chosen to play a crucial part in completing their destiny.

Praise for THE KA:
“Intensely absorbing fantasy entwined with true history.” – Bill Robinson, author
“Egyptian life and history so real, you’d think the author had lived it.” – Marcia Lynx Qualey, journalist (The Guardian)



Kwame, the son of a tribal chief, wants more from life than can be found in his small West African village.

Working as a houseboy at the management residence of a foreign-owned gold mine, he listens to the conversations of the residents and fantasizes about one day traveling the world himself.

But after mysterious deaths and disappearances are blamed on the revenge of jungle spirits, Kwame overhears something that he wishes he hadn’t. Unable to ignore what has happened, he becomes entangled in a web of theft, murder and a political power struggle that will forever change his life, and the lives of everyone around him.


Marooned in 19th century Old West, an alien must survive on the violent planet and return to his homeworld to destroy his mortal enemies and avenge his people.

During a raid to a Comanche camp he rescues Anna, a tall warrior woman. The two become friends and comrades, their fates forever intertwined. They find themselves together in the prairies of 19th century Texas, the bordellos of Civil War-era New Orleans, to Prohibition in the 1920s, the Great Depression, and the vastness of space.

But will they survive hardships through history, the enmity of their southern neighbors and the Civil War, to be able to return to his home planet and exact his revenge?

Amazon bestseller in Sci-Fi Westerns.
Praise for EARTHBOUND:
“Well written and thoroughly researched, with realistic characters and events. I could not put the book down” – Laurie Ann Davis
“I don’t usually read western-themed books but this book breaks the mold, blending western, historical, and sci-fi / paranormal all into one. It was spellbinding” – James Johnson, Amazon review
“A great story with memorable characters, but to me the most fun was the historical aspect of it. Mari has done her research.” – Mark R. Hunter, Amazon review

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Great post – love to see everyone highlighted!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Mari Collier says:

    You’re right. That is but a few!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Eve Gaal says:

    I enjoyed reading Blood Sister and recently read a book by Mary Deal. These are awesome authors!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. They really are! I can’t wait to read them all! 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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