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  • Hope Dies Last: An Alaskan Adventure

    by Megan Webb
    When introverted Mekana reluctantly agrees to a spontaneous trip to Alaska, she ends up out of her comfort zone...way out. Mekana’s life, humor, and faith are shaken when her sightseeing plane crash-lands in the wilderness. Trapped and afraid, her sheltered existence is shattered, and the people who survived the initial incident are like nothing she’s dealt with before. Finding herself entangled in a desperate plot gone awry, battered by the elements and memories from a painful past, will Mekana... more
  • Shoemaker Mack

    by Barbara Avon

    Shoemaker Mack is a unique way to spark your child’s imagination. The child draws the illustrations. In a world where hi-tech devices have overtaken even the youngest mind, this children’s book offers the best of the old-school worlds: reading and drawing.

    The story itself takes place in a Kingdom of yesteryear and the moral at the end of the story stays with the child for a lifetime. The book is also an excellent addition to birthday or party loot bags, great for dentist of... more

  • Matt Is a Normal Cat

    by Paula Massadas Pereira
    Matt is a Normal Cat describes the relationship between Lola, and extroverted Cuban immigrant, and her cat. Matt likes coloring his surroundings while his owner watches his every move. This picture book aims to motivate people of all ages to find fulfillment in their lives, despite inevitable challenges. Vocabulary and study questions are available to encourage discussion about the themes of the book: immigration, aging, loneliness, hobbies, and the role of pets in our lives. Audience: Children ... more
  • Snowman vs. You (Volume 1)

    by Michael Wayne
    Snowman is a snowball-dodging expert. There's no way the reader will hit him with an imaginary snowball. Boof! Wow, the reader is better than Snowman expected. He'll have to try his best, ninja tricks. Boof! Boof! Boof! How is the reader hitting him? Snowman's frustrations flare. He's had enough. It's time for a SNOWBALL FIGHT!
  • Just a Shelter Dog

    by Sally Cronk

    Fans of W. Bruce Cameron wil love this novel. Singer is a hound dog who tells the story of his life from his own funny, heartwarming perspective. He's born in a shelter, gets adopted after a long wait, and eventually discovers he is seeing mental pictures streaming from a small autistic boy who plays near his favorite dog park. This intuitive hound becomes an unlikely service dog who helps his beloved boy learn how to speak and to break down the walls of autism. In the process, his o... more

  • 978-0-9996620-2-1

    by Mark Hollock
    We are all fated to die and the earth will continue to circle the sun. Of this we can be sure. When four people sharing an apartment happen upon a device that transports them three weeks into the future, they care less about the grand scheme and more for the proximity of their approaching futures. During their brief futuristic episodes they are cast as key players in a crime. Alan, a down-on-his-luck middle aged man fires two bullets into the chest of an attorney he doesn’t know, growing to l... more
  • Asunder, A Novel of the Civil War

    by Curt Locklear
    I’M TRAPPED!” Sara Reeder, a headstrong, beguiling, Southern sympathizer is caught between charging armies! “AWAKEN, SPIRITS”… “Tell me where my husband, Joseph, fell in battle.” Cyntha Favor, an ardent abolitionist and believer in Spiritualism, seeks to free her dead husband’s tormented soul. EXCEPT… Joseph, a Union soldier, is not dead! Knocked unconscious in battle, he has lost all memory. Nursed to health by Sara and her father, Lucas, a disabled veteran, Joseph feels drawn to Sara, yet co... more
  • Rumpled Still Skin and Other Stories

    by Frank Meronk

    'Rumpled Still Skin and Other Stories' is a collection of ten prickly situations imagined to their extremes, thought-provoking and sometimes quirky literary short fiction that explores the motivations, insecurities, terrors, and delights of the plastic people—both the patients who get nipped and tucked and the beauty doctors who make it happen.

    Loosely themed around a setting of plastic surgery, the stories range from short to long, hilarious to terrifying, orderly to twis... more

  • Diary of a Smart Black Kid: Sixth Grade

    by David Taylor II
    Baron Winters is 11 years old. He's got a funny name. He's smart, black, and a geek. That means his life is filled with parents, bullies, and bullets. And oh yeah girls. Can he navigate the dangerous waters of sixth grade? And are his struggles our own?
  • Sirhan: or, The Hallucinatory Vanguard

    by Joseph L. Flatley
    Sturgis Sturdevant is a professional troll. He works for a fake news website, he can’t seem to find a decent therapist or meet a nice girl, and it looks like he’s inadvertently joined a cult. If that wasn’t bad enough, Stu might also be a hypnotically programmed assassin. Sirhan: or, The Hallucinatory Vanguard is two-parts neo-noir and one-part satire. The reader will encounter media startup yuppies, conspiracy theorists, ravers, and political extremists of all types in a book that doesn’t c... more
  • The Antibiotic an Ailing America Needs

    by Colonel Don Wilson
    We are a Christian nation; those who believe otherwise are the cause of our declining nation. This book is written for the times in which we live. It is a fast-paced, clear and concise exposure of a declining America with solutions to restore her greatness. Full of inspiring quotes from the giants of our history as a nation, this book explores our godly heritage, information you were probably not taught in school. The story of our nation is best told through her people—good and bad, famous an... more
  • Bits & Pieces

    by James R. Taylor III
    Annabelle Wolfe is used to doing things her way. But in 1890 Ohio, doing things “your way” isn’t always easy. A woman is expected to marry early and be a dutiful wife and mother. Much to her own mother’s chagrin, Annabelle wants nothing to do with such a sedentary life. So by the age of twenty, she’s graduated college, studied law, and passed the bar. Unfortunately, no one will practice law with her, and Annabelle is forced to clerk for her judge father, and write detective stories under a male ... more
  • Creole Moon: Book of Roots

    by S.T. Holmes
    Mardi Gras in New Orleans is the perfect locale for a treasure hunt. When it coincides in the year of the Luperci festival, the magic world is turned upside down, and the feast of forgiveness turns into a fight of wickedness. This Mardi Gras festival is like non ever seen before or will ever see in the future. Experience sibling rivalry at its finest as two sisters square off against each other for control of the book of roots. Unite with our hero, George Genois, as he is drawn deeper int... more
  • The Intuitive Wisdom of the Heart: A Collection of Poems of Encouragement

    by James Robson
    This book is my eighth containing poems about life and the human heart. The heart is misunderstood by many and yet is an intuitive and wisdom-based organ which functions as the chief administrator of mankind. Over many years, I have discovered that our primary purpose in life is to discover who we really are. We need to identify with ourselves and embark on a journey of self-discovery. As the question of who we are lingers and our curiosity continues to confront us, our need to answer this quest... more
  • So Much for Happy

    by Edward McGill
    IN THE YEAR 2020, twelve-year-old Christopher Michael lives with his father and grandfather in a place called UnHappy, where struggling Red and Blue people are segregated from their entitled White neighbors, who thrive on the other side of an invisible wall in a world called Happy. In spite of their different races, social class, gender and age, all yearn to relocate to a place called Hope, a state of mind with infinite possibilities. In this gripping and dystopic debut novel, author E.P. McGill... more
  • A Journey To Yonder

    by Jewel Hart
    A Journey to Yonder is the tale of one woman’s refusal to allow the challenges of her past to define her present. She grows up with a special needs sibling and loses her childhood home, and we then follow her through an abusive relationship and into the most unforgiving of human trials. With experiences that leave you feeling so alone, how do you hold on to hope? How do you go on? Nidhi Kaur’s compelling use of both poetry and prose intimately welcomes readers into this moving story of spi... more

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