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  • Without Warning/9781632991416

    by Thomas C Sanger
    Athenia’s Chief Officer Barnet Copland leaves Glasgow under uncertain circumstances in late summer 1939. Among the British liner’s 1,100 passengers are six people from disparate backgrounds hoping to escape the threat of war. In Germany, Fritz-Julius Lemp, a brash young submarine captain heads to sea eager to prove himself. Lemp torpedoes Athenia a few hours after England enters the war. Thrust into a conflict they believed they had escaped, passengers and crew face life-and-death decisions, and... more
  • My Twin Sister and Me

    by Emiliya Ahmadova
    Glue on the windowsill and toothpaste in the shoes. Who did the deed? Twelve-year-old Cub Scout twins Julieta and Rafaela have to deal with their older sister’s ugly tricks, which get them into trouble. At school, Julieta is being mocked for the freckles on her face and her crooked teeth. Forgetting her own plight, however, she stands up to a bully, Claudius, in order to protect her friend Montano from being persecuted. Out of kindness she agrees to go to the movie with Montano. Due to situa... more
  • Unrequited Guilt

    by Jewel Hart
    Seventeen-year-old Amber Malley's suicide sparks the depression that has been buried within her teacher, Kristen Hunter. The single mother of two struggles to cope with her student's loss while coming to terms with her failed marriage that she denies to acknowledge. Through the course of a year, Kristen realizes that her past experiences allow her to face her present struggles. Even though their relationship is based upon remaining distant, Kristen's father, Paul, deals with his mother's life... more
  • Thrift Store Coats

    by Brooks Rexroat
    Brooks Rexroat’s stunning collection transports readers to the postindustrial Midwest and explores the lives of those living on its quiet edge. Interwoven with themes of love, lineage, poverty, and survival, the characters in these stories grapple with the idea of identity — not only of where they fit into the world, but of how their origins impact their place in the future.
  • The Casting Couch and Me

    by Joan F. Wood
    THE CASTING COUCH AND ME – THE UNINHIBITED MEMOIRS OF A YOUNG ACTRESS The Casting Couch and Me follows a young actress’s experiences with the casting couch while searching for acting work in the ‘biz’. That young actress was me – 18 years old and fresh of the boat from England- full of enthusiasm – carrying my acting portfolio in one hand and dreams of elusive stardom in the other. But soon my dreams of stardom collided with reality and the Casting Couch creeps. These creeps want nothing mo... more
  • Ooopps, I Know Something!!

    by Joya D. Royal

    “Ooopps…!”What am I going to do….?” “I have got something to say … but how do I say it?"  What!.....Say it? A secret?  “Oh….," moaned Ade. “But my Mommy said “No Keeping Of Secrets, Ade!”  “Ooopps…, what am I going to do now?”  “I know something,” sighed Ade! Oh dear Ade&helli... more

  • Is It love?

    by Victoria Freedman
    This is a first novel from an award-winning journalist and biographer. Everyone hopes and expects Shoshana to marry her best friend, her boy friend but to her Jewish mother’s dismay not yet her ‘boyfriend’. However, starting at art school brings her into direct contact with a very different type of man. Is It love? looks at how the lives of seemingly ordinary families are confined even today by religion and community. This book will appeal to anyone who’s been in love or wants to find out... more
  • Great Cape o' Colors - Capa de colores: English & Spanish with pronunciation guide

    by Karl Beckstrand
    (Language, careers) “This is a magic cape!” A picture book for exploring colors—and daring jobs—with full text & pronunciation guide in Spanish and English (ages 3+). Count the careers/colors/cultures, try on the costumes. 28-page, 8.5"x8.5" hard cover, soft, or e-book; (English, Spanish, or bilingual) with black & Hispanic superhero characters, 100 words in dyslexic-friendly font by award-winning author Karl Beckstrand, illustrated by John Collado; (© April 2018) Baker & Taylor,... more
  • Pedernales Publishing

    by Jose Ramirez
  • Priscilla and the Sandman

    by Anders Roseberg
    After Mom tucks Priscilla in bed, her adorable toy Rabbit and the Sandman magically wander off to the land of sweets through the mysterious field of dreams.
  • We the States: An Alternate History Novel

    by Adam Sivitz
    Imagine if the United States Constitution had never been ratified and George Washington had never become President. In We the States, author Adam Sivitz creates an alternative narrative acted out by the founding fathers of the United States. As the story unfolds, readers find George Washington at home in Virginia impatiently awaiting news of each state’s response to the constitution. Patrick Henry will persuade Virginia to reject the constitution, which will lead to the formation of three indepe... more
  • Essay Writing Services

    by linda thomas
    We at USessayhelp main motive is to provide best essay writing tips to make student learn and write in better way. There are random topics related to day to day lives which students failed to attempt in best way. We took up some basic test to let the student understand what we are actually trying to improve in that manner it become easier for us to separate the weak and strong point. This strategy will make to work with each other more comfortably. We ensure that students will get complete satis... more
  • The Sweetness Run: Part One

    by Wendys Donuts

    The Sweetness Run is the brand new, no holds barred, nonsense comedy from professional class clown Wendys Donuts. It follows the grand love affair between Jason and her Majesty The Sweetness. On his adventure Jason will have all of his senses tested to their extremes, battle foes he never imagined possible and brave adversities of a most nefarious nature. Not to mention have his mind warped by some troubling n’ tricky thieves and inevitably have his soul searched, against his will of co... more

  • Beauty Kills the Beast

    by Astrid Hoffmann
    Beauty kills the Beast transports us to imaginary worlds through very real stories. Four short tales, told as metaphors to actual societal issues, state the struggles of young characters’ facing emotional abuse, social discrimination, transgender identity, drugs and human trafficking. Each story introduces us to the circumstances and emotional conditions lived by each character, under a close analysis of the author where she calls our attention to issues of self-esteem, respect for oneself and o... more
  • Jake, Lucid Dreamer

    by David J. Naiman

    12-year-old Jake has been suppressing his heartbreak over the loss of his mother for the past 4 years. But his emotions have a way of haunting his dreams and bubbling to the surface when he least expects it. When Jake learns how to take control in his dreams, he becomes a lucid dreamer, and that’s when the battle really heats up. Using his wits to dodge bullies by day and a nefarious kangaroo hopping ever closer by night, Jake leans about loss, bravery, the power of love, and how you ca... more

  • Budland

    by Tom Kranz
    Jail didn't sound so bad to Bud Remmick, who sacrificed his successful television news career, a small price to pay for erasing an abusive, blackmailing sociopath from the face of the earth. But the plan to ride out a lenient sentence starts to fall apart when prison life turns on him. Then his lawyer turns on him. Then, his wife. With nothing left but his own anger, Bud Remmick faces a reckoning with a lifelong dysfunction that plays out behind bars with a couple of unlikely co-dependents.