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  • Lady Ruth Bromfield

    by Gordon Smith
    Saved from Nazi Holocaust, she grew in spirit to be a world leader. In 1935, Ruth was in born to an unmarried Jewish mother in Germany. Fearing the Nazi persecution, Ruth was sent to England on the "kinder transport“ to be raised by a Church of England priest. He raised in the Christian faith, and with help, he also raised her in the Jewish faith. Her faith guided her life and enabled her to build bridges between different groups, even at an early age. Follow her story as she grows up and... more
  • A Medicine Dream and Warrior Ghosts

    by Nona Burroughs Babcock
    The novel introduces mystical Native American lore; demonstrates the devastating effect of bullying; friendship and loyalty, with both humans and animals; develops and matures the characters; intrigue, near-death experiences, and paranormal events lead the reader in a fast-paced adventure. A Medicine Dream and Warrior Ghosts Synopsis Thirteen-year-old Blackfeet Native American Johnny Bear Child is bullied by Larry, Skinny, and Chub. Distraught, Johnny runs away to a mountain hideaway to pu... more
  • Traveling Left of Center and Other Stories

    by Nancy Christie
    TRAVELING LEFT OF CENTER AND OTHER STORIES details the experiences of characters in life situations for which they are emotionally or mentally unprepared. Their methods of coping range from the passive (“The Healer”) and the aggressive (“The Clock”) to the humorous (“Traveling Left of Center”) and hopeful (“Skating on Thin Ice”). In each of these eighteen stories, the characters’ choices—or non-choices—are their own. But the outcomes may not be what they anticipated or desired. Will they have... more
  • Wallflower Blooming

    by Amy Rivers
    Val Shakely is a list-maker. Daily routine. Check. Calm, quiet (but successful) business. Check. No drama. No excitement. Some might call it boring, but it’s precisely the way Val likes it. She loves her hometown of Cambria, nestled in the mountains of Colorado, and runs a fruitful PR firm. It's more than enough for Val. So what if she doesn’t have a social life? Then, her cousin Gwen decides to take on the local political bully, Mayor Roger Barton, in head-to-head combat for his poisition, and ... more
  • The Irish Tempest

    by Elizabeth J. Sparrow
    Ireland, 1911: After seven centuries of unyielding oppression, there is a tempest rising, a national yearning for Irish independence. It threatens to sweep away all that is precious to the very privileged O’Rourke and de la Roche families. Seismic changes are but a whisper away. What will this mean for the wastrel Courtland O’Rourke and the defiant, mischief-making Lacey de la Roche, as their squabbling relationship matures into a love fraught with sins of omission and secrets of lethal conseque... more
  • B0184SEI8O

    by Joseph Ferguson
    A short story collection about Basement Man; moody drunk, sometime rock climber, absurdist philosopher, raconteur of the ridiculous, rogue, and not-so-merry prankster from the North End of Yonkers (aka Junkies Paradise). An everyman for nobodies, he is ever adrift between the carrot of sobriety and the reality of carpe diem. Bowing only to the laws of Murphy, he can never decide whether the lucky ones are the survivors or those who died years ago. The stories are all told from different perspec... more
  • Amina: The Silent One

    by Fiza Pathan
    Amina: The Silent One brings vividly to life the grim realities facing women in India today, the grinding, filthy poverty, and debasement with which most Indian women must contend in their daily lives. This book will shock you and rip your eyes open. Through the magic of fiction, it tells an awful truth in human terms that cannot be told in any other way. The degradation of women in India is nearly universal, and ranges from their second-class status in society, often excluding them from educa... more
  • Miro

    by A.E. Nasr

    Since the age of 12, Miro has been a prisoner of war—a fate he shares with his brother, Markus, and the four cellmates that raised him from childhood in the dark. When a brutal murder becomes the key to their escape, the fugitives must forge their way across an occupied land to reach the city, and the refuge of the Resistance. Over the course of 13 days, their survival in the face of great odds will stir the hopes of a nation, unravel the cycles of history and spark the fires of uprising.

  • Aurora, Spirit Bear of the North

    by Erik Shein and L.M Reker
    A Spirit Bear named Aurora, along with her best friend, Kaghi the Raven, become stewards of the land, and go on a quest to save there animal friends from the injustices of poachers and bring back the harmony and wisdom of the emerald forest they call home.
  • Darwin

    by Erik Shein and L. M. Reker
    Darwin has made a powerful wish; the mysterious heavens say it’s so. Desire is so strong a wish cloud appears. It says, “Hope and love will defeat all fears.” I can feel it shake me in my ancient shell; this is a story our island animals must tell. Darwin, the Giant tortoise wants to fall in love and asks the wish cloud in the sky to make his dream come true. Darwin, the tortoise is the last surviving member of his family of tortoises, and he has a driving passion is to continue his endangered... more
  • Seedkrakers

    by Erik Shein and L.M. Reker
    Two ‘adventurer’ birds, Pani and Omo, fly to the great southern Pacific Ocean to search for the excitement of finding new lands, and a world populated with a diverse variety of wonderful creatures. A highflying albatross from New Zealand, Marana, helps them to reach for the impossible and assists them in their adventure: the discovery of a special place, a sanctuary of rare and endangered creatures, which have been transported there by two magnificent Blue Whales. Along the way Pani and Omo dis... more
  • Thunder an Elephants Journey, The Novel

    by Erik Shein and L.M. Reker

    Thunder, a young pygmy forest elephant, sets out on a journey to find his mother after he escapes capture from poachers. With danger at every turn in the central African jungle, he must face his fears to survive. With the help of some unlikely friends: Soma, a cranky rhino; Frederick, a nutty pink flamingo; Penelope, a chatty parrot; three kooky egrets; and Jennetta Blue, a blue butterfly; they help him with is dream to look for her. and fulfill his quest to be united with his herd

  • Ice Dream's Wish

    by Nasrin Mottahedeh
    When three children build a snowman they each offer him one special gift which magically gives him a life all his own. Their snowman possesses, above all, the gift of compassion. One day he is granted a special wish by an angel. But Ice Dream, the snowman, selflessly uses his gift to shower others with kindness, even at great expense to himself and his very existence.
  • Matters of Convenience

    by Roy Pickering

    I have entered my novel Matters of Convenience in the Kindle Scout contest at Amazon. The link below will take you to an excerpt that's going live 9/14 and will be up for 30 days. Please check it out and hopefully you'll see fit to nominate MOC for a publishing deal from Kindle Press. Thank you very much in advance to those who show my book some love. If KP chooses to publish Matters of Convenience, everyone who nominated it will win a free copy.

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  • The Bridge to Home

    by A. F. Jordan
    There comes a time when you have to lose your life in order to find it. Jane May Gideon's life has been turned upside down. Divorced and estranged from her only child, she longs solace in a life that has become unfamiliar to her. She quickly finds more than she bargained for in a sleepy little Smoky Mountain hamlet. Set against the verdant backdrop of the Southern Appalachians, The Bridge to Home follows Jane May on an unexpected journey from the top of a mountain through the unexplored dep... more
  • Titanic's Resurrected Secret--H.E.W.

    by J. Robert DiFulgo
    A Post-Titanic mystery novel unravels Titanic's untold secret. During the aftermath of the loss of the great liner, attempts were made to recover, identify and lay to rest those individuals scattered in the cold North Atlantic in the hope of bringing dignity to those lost souls. This Post-Titanic story is about an individual whose identity was forfeited because of the theft of an extremely valuable object, which he held in his possession. Historical and mystery novelist Alexander J.Dante had alw... more

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