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  • 9781940640006

    by Michael Selden
    The Boy Who Ran, Middle Grade novel, and winner of the 2014 Independent Publisher’s Book Awards Gold Medal for Juvenile fiction, is a parable set 6000 years ago in North America. It’s the story of a young boy whose village was massacred and who escaped by running into the forest. He was taken in by another village, but has never been able to cope with what happened and this affected his relationship with others in the village. The story is about how he tries to overcome his own disabilities to f... more
  • Honest and for True

    by Jane Lebak
    29-year-old Lee feels like a kid in the world's biggest playground: New York City! She's an auto mechanic who routinely juggles boyfriends and can see her guardian angel, a wisecracker with a hopeless addiction to the Rumours Album. She also has a teensie problem telling the truth: she can't bear to tell anyone about her job even though she loves it. The lies keep romance at bay, but when she finally falls for a gourmet chef who's just as adventurous as she is (who knew sea cucumber wasn't a veg... more
  • Forces-at-Play

    by Daniel Refvik
    A reluctant hero, Atticus get married to avoid the draft, ends up in Vietnam as a Marine and learns how to survive in war, but finds he is unprepared for life in the "real world" back home.
  • The Days Between

    by Jen Greyson
    What if the one who got away, didn't? For one woman, the boy she walked away from has returned and the man he's become is one she wants in her future. But life has grown between them in the years they've been apart. Being together isn't as easy as it could have been back in college if they'd both made different decisions. Miles and careers and lives will conspire against them, but some loves are meant to endure. "The Days Between is a must read for anyone who's ever wondered what mig... more
  • Zozzy and Baz Rescue a Dog (The Adventures of Zozzy and Baz...and Sissy Too.) (Volume 1)

    by Erika Lee Krebs

    Zozzy and Baz Rescue a Dog introduces two- to six-year-olds to the fundamental concept of an animal shelter. Zozzy and Baz are superheroes who rescue their new family member from the shelter. With a fun and positive approach, they learn the importance of an animal shelter and the responsibilities of having a dog in the family.

    "The Adventures of Zozzy and Baz...and Sissy Too" is a must-have series of books that promote a mindful and compassionate life in a positive, age approp... more

  • The Last Honest Man in Havana

    by Melanie Furlong-Riesgo
    It is 1988 and Rafael Áviles, an engineer at the Cuban Mint in Havana, is a young, earnest Communist Party member living with his ambitious wife, Elena. When Rafael is drafted to the war in Angola, just as he is about to become a father, he takes a risk to escape the military—convinced he is doing what's best for his country. As Communist countries around the world begin to see change, Cuba enters its dire Special Period and Rafael's family does what it can to survive. Rafael becomes disench... more
  • The Vase: Change of Fate

    by Amber T. Darby
    In the medieval kingdom of Arigog, everyone has a Vase that tells their life story. Through the foretold paintings made on the sculpted pottery, the people live out their lives to the letter. From the time they are born, their Vase tells them what they will do, what their future husbands or wives will look like, and how they will die. Through this custom, all has been peaceful in the land. But, when Amelia, the princess, discovers her foretold future, she takes matters into her own hands and ... more
  • A Rebel in Jericho

    by Mimi Milan
    After years of preparing for marriage, Catalina Santé is interested in little more than making a good match. And why not? She’s young, beautiful, educated… everything a wealthy man should want. However, a tragic accident will leave her with less than a marriage proposal — she’s fighting for her very life! Matthew Martin spends most of his time just trying to fit into American society. It’s one of the reasons he became a deputy. Willing to risk it all in order to protect Catalina, he can’t ima... more
  • Tempus Fugit! A Collection of Short Stories

    by Kenneth Joyce

    Excerpts from TEMPUS FUGIT! *** ***VENGEANCE “Sex was Lorna’s weapon to destroy anyone who stood in her way. . . Sex was her ace in the hole!” ***FREDDY’S FORTUNE “A strip club is an urban Bermuda Triangle swallowing up every kind of bad behavior. Drug dealers, pimps, blackmailers, whores, loan sharks, bookies, and ex-cons like Freddy can find safe haven in a strip club’s seedy underworld.” ***WILD CHILD... more

  • Captured in the Caribbean (Adam Fletcher Adventure Series) (Volume 2)

    by Sara Whitford

    June 1766 - Havana, Cuba

    Adam Fletcher begins a life-altering quest when he travels on Emmanuel Rogers's sloop to help deliver cargo in the West Indies. Not long after the Carolina Gypsy arrives in the bustling port of Havana, Cuba, Adam ventures out on his own to track down a man who he has been told may have information about his father.

    His plans are complicated, however, when he ends up being taken hostage by the very men he hired as interpreter... more

  • Selah's Sweet Dream - Dream Horse Adventures Book 2

    by Susan Count
    Twelve year old Selah's quest to become an equestrian superstar is haunted by her Grandmother's past and hindered by a horse with an attitude. She dreamed of a perfect sweet horse, but life is not a dream.
  • The Golden Life of Charli-RSVP

    by Jena C. Henry
    Charlotte McAntic spent her thirties, forties and even fifties in peace and harmony aligning her marriage, mortgage, careers and children. As she stumbles into a new phase of life- also known as the Golden Years- Charli cannot help but wonder where the gold and her husband, Pud, are hiding. Pud is happily cruising down the retirement path that, for him, leads to the golf course. While Charli spend her days at home cleaning our closets, she yearns to gaze deeply into Pud’s blue eyes and rememb... more
  • The Golden Age of Charli: RSVP

    by Jena C. Henry
    Charlotte McAntic spent her thirties, forties and even fifties in peace and harmony aligning her marriage, mortgage, careers and children. As she stumbles into a new phase of life- also known as the Golden Years- Charli cannot help but wonder where the gold and her husband, Pud, are hiding. Pud is happily cruising down the retirement path that, for him, leads to the golf course. While Charli spend her days at home cleaning our closets, she yearns to gaze deeply into Pud’s blue eyes and remember... more
  • Broken Crutch

    by Beverly J. Walker
    Broken Crutch tells the story of the lives of three dysfunctional individuals: Mercedes Kemp, a single mother, rebuilds her life after an abusive relationship. Desiring a more affluent life she begins transporting drugs. The money is great; but the drug lord is the devil incarnate. Intuition tells her something is wrong. Can she get out in time? Kodjoe Jackson, a widower and father, hates everything about drugs. But what will he do when he finds himself addicted to the very substance he despises... more
  • Birthright

    by T. J. Pulley

    Experience a journey that leads to a legacy. Birthright brings the imagination to life and explores true faith. Orion discovers that life can be so much more.

    There are so many things in life that we must work hard for. Other things come to us just from being born. What an amazing feeling to have something of importance given to you. In Birthright, author T. J. Pulley tells the story of a young college student Orion who inherits an extraordinary gift after suffering the loss of his gran... more

  • Chickadees, Bumbelbeez, Pussy-Willow Trees and Two-And-A-Half

    by Jeffrey Politsky

    Chickadees, Bumbelbeez, Pussy-Willow Trees and Two-And-A-Half, by Jeffrey Politsky, is a children’s book of adventure. It is recommended for ages 4-9.

    “Kids who still have their parents read to them really like the book, as do kids who are independent readers,” says Dr. Politsky. “The reviews of parents and children who have read the book are very favorable: adults really like the message and the children just love the story. I hope many more chil... more

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