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  • Life After Death at Ipsambul (Arion's Odyssey, vol. #1)

    by Lin Sten

    After the decades-long assault by despotic Persia on the allied Greek states, the Greeks finally defeated their massive enemy. Now, in the ancient Mediterranean world of Life After Death at Ipsambul, war is imminent among the Greeks. Arion, the only child of a wealthy mercantile family on idyllic Lesbos, had the education and security to evolve into a poetic soul. As a boy growing into a man, he is thrust into a violent world while his unscrupulous uncle is running the family estate.... more

  • Thanks, PG! Memoirs of a Tabloid Reporter

    by John Isaac Jones

    Thanks, PG! recounts the life and adventures of reporter Billy Don Johnson during his twenty years (1975-1995) working for the fictional tabloid The National Insider. After his dreams of becoming a crusading journalist with daily newspapers are dashed, Billy throws himself wholeheartedly into the wild journalistic world of diets, household tips, ghosts, UFOs and celebrity scandal, all to please Padrone Gallione (PG), the wonderful madman who is editor and publisher of ... more

  • Tantric Mountain

    by B.C. Hook

    Trust no-one. Including yourself.

    A dark, seductive world of paranoia, deceit and conspiracy unravels as multiple narrator's lives intersect in a town shadowed by Montana Roja, a gleaming red volcano on the island of Tenerife. Tantric Mountain is a compelling glimpse into one man's journey from a pitiful existence to success beyond his wildest dreams.

    But nothing is as it seems and no-one can be trusted.

    The story: Matt Renshaw ... more

  • Two Cities

    by Dare DeLano
    Two Cities -- An Adventure through a Dickens Classic Liz and Charlie are in for another big adventure as they journey inside one of their Aunt Gertrude’s magical books. When the two children are whisked into the pages of A Tale of Two Cities, they encounter spies, the most dreaded prison in the world, and a revolutionary war that’s exploding all around them. They must fight their fears, dig deep and be brave. It is in Paris during the French Revolution where they face their toughest challenge... more
  • Discovering Sharlie: Case of the Missing Sea Serpent (Lucky Penny Detective Adventures Book 1)

    by Craig Vroom

    A Nasty old zookeeper, shifty and mean.

    Sea serpent monsters, longish and green

    Vanishing — gone — without leaving a trace.

    Yes, this would be a most difficult case!

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    Olivia and “Jenny the Great” team up with Scotland Yard when Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster, goes missing. Using their Super Transducer Blaster to search for underwater clues, t... more

  • Odus and the Long Way Home

    by Dare DeLano

    Odus and the Long Way Home is the first of the Book Keeper books, a series that retells the classics of literature for lower middle grade readers.    

    When Liz’s eccentric Aunt Gertrude comes to visit, she warns Liz and her little brother Charlie not to touch any of her things.  But Charlie picks up a mysterious looking book, and the children are magically transported inside its pages.  To get home, they must travel through the book, The Odyss... more

  • Emily's Room: Creating Spaces that Unlock Your Potential

    by Katherine Allen

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    Emily’s Room is a charming story of a bright and unique little girl who transforms an empty bedroom into a beautiful space of her own. Emily begins to understand more about herself as she explores how she wants her room to look, feel and function. By incorporating her favorite colors, textures, and elements of nature, she is able to create an environment where she can thrive.

    Tap into your highest potential by ... more

  • Amelia's Dream - A Colonial Girl's Adventures

    by Jami Borek
    As an orphan, a servant, and worst of all, a girl, Amelia’s dreams weren’t very realistic for 1771 Virginia, but that wasn’t going to stop her. A sudden move from Fredericksburg to Colonial Williamsburg, however, brings drastic changes that upset her hopes and plans. Amelia’s Dream: A Colonial Girl’s Adventures, the sequel to Amanda’s Secret, likewise tells an engrossing tale in an authentically detailed historic context, appealing to readers of all ages but especially suitable for ages 8 –... more
  • Beethoven's Encore in the 21st Century

    by C C. Vaughan

    A companion piano CD with relevant music is available on Amazon. It's titled Beethoven's Encore in the 21st Century.

    My life, that is this life now, began some time after my death in 1827. I don’t know how long I slept. The only thing I remember was that I was walking with Wolfgang Mozart in a beautiful green meadow studded with fragrant white flowers. That was where I decided my future, for better or worse. 

    “Wolfgang, how long ... more

  • Amanda's Secret - A Colonial Girl's Story

    by Jami Borek
    The heartwarming story of Amanda, a twelve-year old colonial girl, whose comfortable life is turned upside down by the revelation of a long-hidden secret about her past. Amanda's Secret is set in and around Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia in 1771-1772 and is full of authentic historical detail. 127 pages with 28 color illustrations.
  • Box Camera Chronicles

    by Pearl Atkins Schwartz
    The characters in BOX CAMERA CHRONICLES reflect the noble dreams of people who confront the conflicts between the old and the new worlds. The stories take place in the 20th century. Several are about immigrants who arrived in New York City around the turn of the century; others are set in such diverse places as Mexico and Egypt and capture the allure of different cultures.
  • The Boy Who Spoke To The Earth

    by Chris Burkard
    The Boy Who Spoke to the Earth is a tale about a young boy who asks the Earth where he can find happiness. The Earth responds and sends the boy on a journey to some of the landscapes that make the Earth most proud. In the end, the boy learns that happiness is harder to find than he expected. This children’s book is written by surf and adventure photographer Chris Burkard, and illustrated by Disney Interactive artist David McClellan.
  • Bear-faced lies and other fictions

    by B. Mamatha
    DISCONCERTING, DOUBLE-EDGED & BITTERSWEET: six stories that are both preposterous and entirely believable - they linger long after the telling. B. Mamatha (‘The House They Couldn’t Build’) deconstructs modern life to create allegories, twisted fairy tales and inventive, memorable fiction. Counting Kafka, Carver, Angela Carter, Ray Bradbury and Borges as her literary influences, Mamatha’s take is long-form short stories that feature the surreal and darkly comic.
  • Sons of Fate Origins

    by Jean-Paul Deshong
    Entitled ‘Sons of Fate’, the story takes place in Japan, deep in the throes of the Tokugawa era. Having suppressed the rebellions of their people, the Shogunate have set their sights on expanding their dominance throughout the globe. General Daiki Jinjaku is commissioned to lead a small fleet seaward in order to seek out new trade routes and chart waterways to distant lands. Proud and courageous, the General leaves behind his wife and son and sets off on a journey that will change his life – ... more
  • Champion Bubbler

    by Jules Mitchell Bailey
    Mercedes Ford, affectionately called Bubbler, left the inner-city ghetto of Kingston to dance in a club in the tourist resort area of Montego Bay. She caught the attention of the club owner, Danny, who sought her help in managing the club. He was busy with an undercover business and did not have the time to manage both businesses. An incident at the club brought Bubbler and Danny closer and a romance developed. At the same time, she was also in love with Greg, a German tourist, whom she first me... more
  • Heart Picked: Elizabeth's Adoption Tale

    by Sara Crutcher
    Six-year-old Elizabeth is excited to have her dad visit school for “Family Week” but worries some of her classmates might notice they don’t look alike. How will Elizabeth respond when her friend says, “That’s your dad? You don’t look like him.”

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