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  • Seven Kinds of Rain: River Saga Book One

    by K. Lyn Wurth
    Three Orphans Seek Shelter in the Trees On a southern Nebraska prairie in 1919, in small-town Darkwater Creek, an abandoned housemaid with vaudeville memories, a railroad magnate’s neglected son, and a runaway Pawnee boy come of age where money is power, the right name brings privilege, and the color of your skin can make you disappear.
  • Harlem Mosaics

    by Whit Frazier
    The year is 1927, and Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes are feverish with youth, gin, and artistic ambition. They are riding high on the achievements of the Harlem Renaissance—the most dynamic and shocking literary movement in American history. To make their mark on the world, they decide to write an authentic African-American opera rooted in the folktales and songs of the South. Despite these lofty ambitions, the messiness of everyday life and the pressures of patronage get in the way. The... more
  • Asphodel

    by Jane Lindskold
    Prison or Refuge? Nameless in a doorless tower graced with seven windows, she is imprisoned. Who is her jailer? What is her crime? After she discovers the secret of the seven windows, the nameless one, accompanied by two impossible companions, sets forth on fantastical journeys of exploration. But, for the nameless one, learning her name may not be a welcome revelation, and the identity of her jailer will rock the foundations of a tower that has come to be as much refuge as prison.
  • The Heart To Start: Win the Inner War & Let Your Art Shine

    by David Kadavy
    You have something to offer the world. Find the inspiration and motivation to finally start making your art. In The Heart to Start David Kadavy, bestselling author of Design for Hackers, shows you how to overcome fear, self-doubt, and distractions to win the inner war and finally let your art shine. Through the stories of great creators, from Picasso to Maya Angelou, interwoven with David's rise from cubicle-dweller to bestselling author, and from the guests of David's podcast, Love Your Work,... more
  • Miscast Spells

    by Rose Corcoran
    Mad bombers, matchmaking, magic spells—what's a butler to do? Meet Bostwick von Dogsbody, a sardonic door-to-door magician, and his white rabbit, Emmaline, who just happens to be a cursed human princess. The two are traveling through the goblin-run continent of Ataxia in search of the legendary Domino of Nonpareil—a mask that allows the wearer to become anything he desires—in order to return Emmaline to normal. Their journey has finally led them to Styx Castle, where they meet Millicent, a huma... more
  • Happy Starts At Home

    by Rebecca West
    Your house isn't a showpiece meant to impress other people: it's supposed to be your home - a place that makes you feel happy, calm, and relaxed! In Happy Starts at Home, design psychology coach and interior designer Rebecca West shows you how to use your home as a tool to meet your goals and live a happier life. This book will help you: - Identify simple changes you can make to feel happier in your home. - Understand how your space is affecting your physical, financial, and emotional health. - ... more
  • What Child Is This?

    by Alice K. Boatwright
    In WHAT CHILD IS THIS?, it is Christmas in Little Beecham . . . a season to celebrate with caroling, mistletoe, and mince pies. Newlywed American Ellie Kent is looking forward to her first English village Christmas, but a missing Oxford student and an abandoned baby soon draw her away from the fireside into danger. When a young woman is found dead on Boxing Day, Ellie comes to believe that these events may be linked through a group of teenage girls who identify with Shakespeare’s tragic Ophelia.... more
  • Little Flower: A Novel

    by Ted Oswald
    Little Flower chronicles the unique bond shared by two damaged souls: Sister Shanti, a mischievous, elderly nun from Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity, and Meeta, a young prostitute with dreams of a life lived outside the brothel. Thrown together when a young man they love is murdered, they embark upon a darkly comic journey through New Delhi’s underbelly in a search to understand the curious crime that has stolen him. As they plunge ever deeper into mystery and peril, they are forced to c... more
  • In Wolves' Clothing

    by Greg Levin

    On his best days, Zero Slade is the worst man you can imagine. He has to be. It's the only way to save the Lost Girls. During his seven years on a team fighting sex trafficking, Zero's become quite good at schmoozing with pimps, getting handcuffed by cops and pretending not to care about the young girls he liberates. But the dangerous sting operations are starting to take their toll on his marriage and sanity. His affinity for prescription painkillers isn't exactly helping matters. When the y... more

  • Aboard Providence

    by Keely Brooke Keith

    In November 1860, Marian Foster joins a group of Virginia families who are sailing away from America to form a new settlement off the coast of Brazil. As an amateur botanist, Marian eagerly anticipates exploring a new land. She boards Providence confident in the group’s plan, but during the voyage, her heart is drawn to Jonah Ashton, the secretive and sullen ship’s physician.

    Jonah Ashton is determined to finish medical school before rumors of Southern rebellion erupt into all-out war. ... more

  • Anne and Charles: Passion and Politics in Late Medieval France

    by Rozsa Gaston
    When Anne of Brittany's father dies in 1488, she becomes Duchess of Brittany, her country's ruler at age eleven. For the next three years, the unmarried, orphaned duchess is pursued by suitors while Brittany is invaded by its larger, more powerful neighbor of France. With no other way out, at age fourteen she agrees to marry Charles VIII, King of France, to save her country. Better to be a queen than a prisoner... Unexpectedly, a passionate relationship ensues. Yet Charles cannot shake off bad ... more
  • Cooking with Adrienne: A Story of Friendship and Food (Volume 1)

    by Joan M. Harper
    A Story of Friendship and Food. Cooking with Adrienne is a cookbook and true story of a woman who became the American doyenne of French cuisine during the Seventies, Eighties and Nineties. She honed her palate on the food coming out of the kitchens of Alain Chapel, Frédy Girardet, Michel Guérard, Jean and Pierre Troisgros, Roger Vergé and others who were creating the New French Cuisine. Adrienne began cooking in Paris with Simone Beck, co-author, with Julia Child, of Mastering the Art of Fren... more
  • Brynnde

    by M Pepper Langlinais
    Brynnde Archambault must find another suitor else marry the avuncular Mr. Dallweather. Alas, with the help of the charming Viscount Burbridge she manages to find matches for everyone but her. Or is the perfect match staring her in the face?
  • Mean Men: The Perversion of America's Self-Made Man

    by Mark Lipton
    Steve Jobs, Dov Charney, Lance Armstrong, Donald Trump. Each one has reached the pinnacle of American success. Is it because they were ambitious visionaries and talented entrepreneurs? Most Americans would say yes to both. But what else do they have in common? They're known for being mean. Though heralded as great leaders, each of these men and many more have also been exposed as toxic, raging, and manipulative. Yet, because America loves a winner, we look past even the most outrageous behavio... more
  • Cancer Looks Good on You

    by Jill Johnson
    This is the story of a man who chooses to seize the day, not count how many days he has left. From his youth as a tormented gay boy in the Deep South to his rise to the top of the design world, and from discovering a lump in his neck to planning his after-party, Barclay tackles life’s challenges with grace, humor, and indomitable optimism. He shares wisdom that will help you make over your house, your attitude, and your view of the end. This book is for everyone, especially those struggling with... more
  • If You Look Up to the Sky

    by Angela Dalton
    There are times when a full moon will guide you, a storm will excite you, and a big, blue sky will inspire you to believe anything is possible. These are a few of the many gifts we receive from the sky and universe when life feels scary and confusing. Told by a grandmother to her grandchild, If You Look Up to the Sky is about the power of everlasting love and the ways the sky connects us through good times and bad. It offers a child comfort in knowing that you never need to be afraid... if you ... more

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