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  • AN IMPORTANT DAY: A NOVEL

    by John J. Siefring
    James Delaney has just been informed he has a progressive neurological disease. He is deeply concerned about the impact on his family, especially his six year old grandson, Charles. Telling no one of the disturbing news, he heads off on a solo camping trip, hoping to face this dilemma with courage and reason. In the process, he reviews his life and relationships. He has some agonizing decisions to make. Martha, his wife, answers a knock on the door to be told James has suffered a serious accide... more
  • AN IMPORTANT DAY: A NOVEL

    by John J. Siefring

    James Delaney has just been informed he has a progressive neurological disease. He is deeply concerned about the impact on his family, especially his six year old grandson, Charles. Telling no one of the disturbing news, he heads off on a solo camping trip, hoping to face this dilemma with courage and reason. In the process, he reviews his life and relationships. He has some agonizing decisions to make.

    Martha, his wife, answers a knock on the door to be told James has suffered a seriou... more

  • Blake's Story, Revenge and Forgiveness, 2nd edition - color

    by J. Arthur Moore
    Blake’s Story, Revenge and Forgiveness (2nd edition-color) Written by J. Arthur Moore and Bryson B. Brodzinski As the story opens, friends ride up to announce that war has been declared. Micah and his friends raise two companies of infantry. The one, with Micah, goes to help a friend in Tennessee and departs for the war. The family learns of the father’s death at Shiloh and the wounding of the drummer boy, Tyler Chase, and Blake vows to go to the war and kill the Union soldier who kil... more
  • Adjusting the Rear View

    by Hilari Cohen
  • I'm Not Smelly the Pirate

    by Alexandra Browne
    Captain Bloodandguts is a wicked and mean pirate and also very vain. He doesn't go anywhere without his huge, beautiful parrot sitting on his shoulder. But the poor parrot is seasick and surrounds the captain and all nearby with the most horrible, ghastly smells causing havoc in its wake! Join the pirates in their search for Red Beard’s treasure, in a cloud of smelly pong. But who is creeping secretly behind? Read and find out!
  • Leveraging Lincoln

    by Stephenia H. McGee
    "All we have to do is kidnap their President…." Four years of war have reduced the South to near annihilation. Homes lay smoldering and men become desperate. Amid the shadows of fear, a clandestine group waits for an opportunity to change the course of history. Harlot, liar, spy… On the threshold of losing her plantation, Annabelle Ross finds a cryptic letter on a dying soldier and seizes the opportunity to get out a message of her own. She never dreamed her plan would brand her a susp... more
  • The Whistle Walk

    by Stephenia H. McGee
    A Mississippi Plantation: Civil War pits countrymen against one another and tears a nation asunder. Life and death are held in the balance where everyone is a slave to something. One is born free, yet lives as a soul in bondage... Lydia Harper never intended to purchase a slave. But when she witnesses a woman being beaten in the street, all her pretenses begin to unravel. A bride to a man she barely knows and bound by her secrets, Lydia will risk everything to save a stranger. Amid the W... more
  • The Last Great American Magic

    by LC Fiore
    Some men are born heroes. By the late eighteenth century, the lush river valley of the Ohio Country is the last stronghold of the Shawnee Indians, a deeply religious tribe whose medicine men practice the blackest and most potent magical arts. "The Last Great American Magic" reimagines the legend of Tecumseh, a physically gifted warrior, groomed from birth to one day lead, and his twin brother Rattle, a wickedly smart but lazy prophet with blossoming supernatural gifts. Growing up, the boys ar... more
  • WESTERN SONG

    by Leigh Podgorski
    When cattle rancher and rodeo bull-rider Weston Beaudurant discovers that his best buddy ranch hand and rodeo clown Cody Goode is supposed to be married, it's too late for Cody—he's just been killed by the maniacal bull Baby Face that Wes was riding; however, Thai immigrant and mail order bride Song Phan Rang is due in on that evening’s train, and by unanimous decree, Weston has been voted the welcoming committee. As Weston arrives at the train station, he is prepared for anything but the ... more
  • TGT

    by Randolph Christopher Longstreet
    TGT Phillip Anderson is appalled. After catching his youngest son trying to copy ballet dancers on TV, he's convinced that eight-year-old Brandon is gay. What can he do to correct the situation and lead Brandon down the path away from being a “sissy boy” and down a “straight” path? Phillip is an ex-jock, a former college football player who stands six feet eight inches tall. How could he possibly have sired a gay son? Since Brandon shows remarkable athletic ability, Phillip encourages h... more
  • 978-0692727669

    by Vanda Neveruseit
    Alice “Al” Huffman comes from the potato fields of Long Island with her beau, her best girlfriend and her girlfriend’s beau to make it on the Broadway stage only to find she has no talent. On the kids’ first day in New York City, they meet Maxwell P. Hartwell III, a failed nightclub owner and Broadway producer, who, according to Al, looks a little like Clark Gable. He invites them to a nightclub where Al hears Juliana, the glamorous, perpetually-on-the-brink-of stardom nightclub singer, sing for... more
  • Peripheral Involvement

    by Bob Waldner
    Jack Caufield never imagined that he would wake up one day and find a dead woman in his bed. That sort of thing wasn’t supposed to happen to guys like him. He was on his way to law school, but instead of fielding Socratic questions from law professors, he finds himself facing the third degree from a bunch of angry cops. Despite their efforts, they find nothing incriminating, and Jack is allowed to get on with his education and his life. Over the next fifteen years, he becomes a modestly succ... more
  • A Crowded Heart

    by Andrea McKenzie Raine
    Willis Hancocks is a bright, ambitious young man who wants to break out of his small-town existence and make a difference in the world. When WWII breaks out, he rushes to enlist, despite his parents' disapproval. As the world falls apart, Willis finds a way to forge through and finds solace in an incomparable friendship and a surprising, brief encounter with a love that takes hold and eventually threatens to jeopardize the life he strives to build while battling his post-war demons. While Willis... more
  • A Father's Daughter

    by KAT ROSE
    My loyalties to my sister drew me to this desolate town. I knew I couldn’t leave her alone with my father, Jack, a man who left my mother and I years ago and never looked back. I have spent most of my life trying to forget him, and now, here I was. Living under his roof. Time has not been kind to us. The silent hope I brought with me has begun to fade. I am slowly drowning in my new role, it has taken something from me, and I am not sure I can get it back. But I am no quitter. A special guest h... more
  • THE LOSS

    by KAT ROSE
    My name is Ryleigh Carter. I am twenty-five years old and probably have more patience with the world than I should. There is nothing special about me, other than the fact bad things seem to happen wherever I go. I am a dreamer. I have high hopes for my future and that everything will somehow work out in the end. They say good things come to those who wait, and well. I have been waiting for quite sometime. my life has not been easy. Everyone has a story. And this, well.... this is one that nearl... more
  • Suburbia Made Me Do It

    by Ashley Fontainne
    Look out Cherrywood Estates—I’m on a rampage. When the evil thoughts emerged, lives changed and I acquired the nickname Raging Roxy. My name is Roxanne “Roxy” Davenport and I’m part of a dying breed: I’m a suburban housewife. According to the ancient set of mental instructions —better known as the Suburbia Rulebook—I’m supposed to follow the edicts of previous generations. Outdated rules like all married couples must procreate and raise, at a minimum, 3.2 children, preferably staggered in age... more

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