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  • Kindness Finds Her Voice

    by Cristina Kim
    'Kindness Finds Her Voice' follows Kindness’s day at the Minniverse Playground - one of her most favourite places in the Inniverse. She is delighted to be meeting her great friends Love and Generosity for an afternoon of laughs and fun — but not so delighted to find her frenemy, Selfish there as well. Not one to speak out, and a believer in keeping everyone happy and having a good time, Kindness ignores her feelings as Selfish pushes by her to take her turn — not once, not twice, but many tim... more
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    by Elliott E. Alhadeff
    Clarence McKinsey is imprisoned in the L.A. black ghetto with his drug addicted, prostitute mother and his infant sister. His life is the struggle to survive the treachery of his mother, the threats of the local gang, the care of his sister and his day-to-day existence in the culture of poverty, ignorance and violence. Then the Geffens, an old Jewish couple - themselves seeking some meaning to their lives - find Clarence scrounging for food and offer him an escape. But now, both the... more
  • Riding Long Rails ISBN=978-0-9877268-6-5

    by Tim Newcomb
    Riding Long Rails is a collection of poems about traveling on the long distance Amtrak trains. There are 42 pieces under the headings: Introductory Poem, Fun, Beauty and Power,Thoughtfulness, A few Train Tricks, Wildlands,, Side Trips Near the Trains, and Energy and Nature. The book was written for people who enjoy riding the long distance trains, to provide entertainment and things to reflect on.
  • Ichigo's New School

    by Alani Gamble
    Ichigo Redfur's got fear on the brain because of the dread she feels towards her first day of school. But our adorable, kitten protagonist manages to brace the day despite her fear and comes out of it with a lot of good. Ichigo's many adventures from this day forth, suddenly begin!
  • Tales of the Master: The Book of Stone

    by Douglas Vincent Wesselmann
    This 230-page trade paper novel explores every parent’s deepest, primal fear, the death of a child. Lives are forever changed by such a tragedy. Marriages crumble. The world spins out of control. And so it is for Cole Seatstone. He has lost everything; his child, his wife, his will to live. On the brink of suicide, his very survival pivots on the fulcrum of an old, dusty, worn, purple book full of parables, and a young refugee boy who is also teetering on his own deadly edge. Deeply moving, at t... more
  • Guitar Hero

    by Day's Lee

    Sometimes you have to lose it all to discover what you really have. Life can’t get any worse for sixteen-year-old David Chang. He lost his job, is on the verge of being kicked out of his best friend’s band, and Christine thinks he lied to avoid going to the prom with her. How can one little mistake totally ruin a guy’s life? One is all it takes to make David face the music and learn what it really means to be a Guitar Hero. 

  • Ripples - a novel

    by DL Fowler

    Tormented lives collide in a deadly wilderness.

    Unconventional, fast paced, no holds barred. It may take you places you’d rather not go … but in the end, it’s worth the ride.

    Billionaire Jacob Chandler’s life is already unravelling when he becomes a fugitive in the rugged Sierra foothills. In the same hostile chaparral, sixteen year-old Amy discovers freedom demands more from her than bondage ever has. Tess, a pitiless schem... more

  • The Sum of His Worth

    by Ron Argo

    A prize-winning journalist and author returns to his childhood in this fictional account of the tumultuous 1960s Civil Rights era, a gripping thriller that takes us into the heart of an Alabama town held captive by the blind hatred of the KKK. "A profound and heartbreakingly real" [Kirkus] novel. The teenage narrator breathes life into that violent setting and pays homage to the tragedies and hardships of both black and white Southerners trying to thrive in a wicked, segregationist ... more

  • Adam Undercover, the Presidium Files

    by Aaron Foster

    Adam Locke's latest stunt got him expelled from high school, or so he thought. When the stuffy boys academy his parents send him to turns out to be a clandestine organization in need of new members, he and his classmate Emma begin to learn the shady skills of undercover operatives. During their country-hopping education, they uncover a grave threat to their new way of life and the organization itself. Can a pair of teenagers contend with an international criminal intent on revenge?

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  • Behold a Lone Horseman

    by Jeannie Hudson

    BEHOLD A LONE HORSEMAN is historical suspense set in the American West in 1876. Trained by her master photographer father, Regan, a genius with a camera herself goes West to pursue a career and forges a future she could not have fathomed when she set out on her quest.

    Trained by her father, a world renowned photographer in Philadelphia, Regan Townsend. a genius with a camera herself, comes to 1876 Colorado Territory, intent on a career in a male-dominated culture. She sets to the challe... more

  • Target POTUS

    by Mike Harris
    Newly elected President, Jack Harper, must prevent a war between China and Japan, while Washington is under threat from ISIS.
  • The Honourable Gentleman

    by Michael Hughes
    Senator Jack Harper insists the Pentagon shoulder cuts in their budget along with other government departments. This could hurt Big Business with potential military contracts waiting in appropriations. How far will those who oppose his Bill in the Senate go to prevent its success?
  • A Thousand Cherry Trees

    by Shandy Lawson
    When a prank goes wrong, James finds himself on the verge of losing everything and everyone he loves. As the days unfold his life unravels, until finally reality itself fails him. What will it take to bring James' life back from the brink of catastrophe?
  • Waiting and Other Stories

    by Joseph Richardson
    Waiting and other stories is an eclectic collection of short stories and poems. Some are from the past and others take place today. They vary from the life of an inner-city boy to stories from the early thirties.
  • Liberty (Citizens of Logan Pond Book 2)

    by Rebecca Belliston

    Chicago is burning, a rebellion rises, but that’s the least of Carrie’s concerns. Patrolman Simmons is assigned new partners who threaten the security and secrecy of Carrie's clan. Tensions are high, lines are drawn, and Carrie feels a wedge growing between her and Greg.

    Haunted by past mistakes and impending tragedies, Greg knows he should distance himself from Carrie. He knows he should let her love the patrolman who can save her and her siblings, especially with money... more

  • A Noble Story

    by David Drayer
    When hard work fails to pay off, relationships fall flat, and carefully-laid plans unravel, it is easy to lose heart. The narrator of A Noble Story is a man whose dreams have faded and who zombie-walks through meaningless work days, drinks himself to sleep each night, and keeps company with the ghosts of lovers past. That is until he sees a dancing pickle twirling a sign on a street corner. The pickle is giving it all he’s got, caught up in a rhythm all his own. He is so sincere and dedicated... more

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