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  • Leaves from the Autumns of Yesterday

    by Edward C. Larson

    Set in the sweeping landscape of Montana, on the majestic, often perilous waters of Alaska, along the coastal lands and waterways of California, and in the skies over China and the Far East, Leaves from the Autumns of Yesterday tells the stories of people Ed Larson has lived with and loved.

    Ed Larson paints pictures with his words and tells stories with his drawings. In Leaves from the Autumns of Yesterday, he takes you on a series of amazing adventures; and in du... more

  • One More Moon

    by Ralph Webster

    Elsa's comfortable life in Mussolini's Fascist Italy changes remarkably in 1934 when she and her husband purchase the Pensione Alexandra overlooking the Mediterranean in Naples. Travelers from throughout the world come to their door, each with their own story, mystery, or surprise. Nearly all have been touched by the ominous changes occurring to the north, in Nazi-controlled Germany. When war breaks out, her fears are quickly realized as they attempt a desperate journey to safety in A... more

  • Harlem Bible-In The Beginning

    by Grant Harper Reid
    The Authorship of Harlem Bible We shadow the author as he sponges all things black Americana. We root for him as the Harlem nightlife grabs molds, swallows and kicks him in his ass while forcing him into young adulthood. Young Grant integrates two school systems. The author becomes one of the first black kids bussed from Harlem to a predominantly white public school. Grant then desegregates a second time becoming part of Teaneck’s racially mixed 6th grade school e... more
  • Harlem Bible-In The Beginning

    by Grant Harper Reid
    Harlem Bible is a delightfully amazing and exceedingly enjoyable book. Grant reminiscences his early years as an innocent young black child growing up in Harlem and the suburbs of New. We weave through the author’s past with flashbacks and timelines which are assembled and chock full of fascinating bygone circumstances of yesteryear.
  • The Migraine Book

    by Lea Carmichael
    The Migraine Book, A Memoir in Pictures, is a book of drawings that artist Lea Carmichael has drawn over the past twenty years while in the throes of migraine. They are accompanied by writings that expand on the artwork. Varying in style and covering many different aspects of migraine, the drawings are horrifying, poignant, gruesome, emotional, and sometimes funny. They were drawn spontaneously through, in reaction to, and in revenge against her pain.
  • Flannery O'Connor and Me

    by James Mcleod

    Outside of Milledgeville, Georgia, was the Cline-O'Connor farm, Andalusia. Seated on the veranda in a rocking chair overlooking the sloping hills was a badly crippled woman. She had a difficult hand to play. Her name is Flannery O'Connor, and she always did her own thing. The truth is, Flannery was a complex and mysterious female writer who had a deep desire for mystery and privacy of self. I am writing how I knew her and how I saw her and what she meant to me as a writer, thinker and believe... more


    by Julio Dam
    In my book, HOW TO BECOME GOD´S FRIEND I teach how to communicate with God, way beyond the usual "prayer": to talk to Him, or to Yeshua ("Jesus") and have Him talk back to me, and to tell me jokes (I relate two repeated jokes in my book. How to be guided in EVERYTHING YOU DO by Him, and not by our mind. That is one of the most efficient keys to live a successful life. The book I wish to be an e-book and a paperback, and be submitted everywhere.
  • Keep Your Wooden Jewelry Out of Retirement

    by Elanora Brown
    During the summer, there is no fashion accessory more comfortable than wooden jewellery. It’s lightweight and doesn’t stick the skin in humidity. It comes in natural wood colours and hue. Some of the best are vegetable dyed creating hues of various colours found in nature. Others are chemically dyed resulting in darker tones. Still, others are painted with fanciful figures, imaginative geometrics or textural dots. At the end of summer, these pieces are retired to the back of your je... more
  • Private Lucky

    A teen’s dream of flying is put on hold when forced into hiding in Nazi-Occupied Holland. He later pins his hopes on the American Army, but with pilot training shut down, will he ever reach his goal? Undaunted, Private Hank evolves into a popular soldier, arriving in America broke but determined to pursue his lofty goals in a manner only this very lucky Dutch-American would even think of trying, flying by the seat of his pants to the highest levels of aviation.
  • She Cried for Me: Autobiography of a Dog

    by Brenda Mohammed

    She Cried for Me is a heart-wrenching story for pet and dog lovers. 
    A young dog becomes tired of being underfed and abused. 
    Scared of her owner's threat to kill her, she runs away. 

    Dog catchers are on her trail.
    The owner of a dog sanctuary spots her.

    Will she be rescued? 
    Can she find a loving home with a loving family.?

  • Born Fanatic

    by Michael McCormack
    The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat doesn’t begin to describe the life of someone born a sports fanatic. For born fanatic Michael McCormack, the outcome of 600 pro football games dictated his life. Only when his father’s 50-year NFL Hall-of-Fame career ended did the grip of his own football fanaticism become clear. Few have learned from football what McCormack has. What he finally uncovers, almost too late, is the reason for his dad’s deep commitment to the game. This book start... more
  • Wartime Vignettes: A Boyhood Memoir of World War II and of Its Aftermath

    by T. A. Dolotta
    This is the story of a young boy and of his parents caught up in World War II and in the Holocaust. It describes the events that impressed themselves upon the boy's memory, as remembered by him as much as 75 years later. It recounts stories of life in the Polish ghettos, and of hiding from the Nazis and their collaborators. It describes the horrors he has witnessed, the narrow escapes he has had trying to save himself from being sent to the extermination gas chambers, and his life on the run. Fi... more
  • Peace in Pieces: A Memoir Told Through Poetry

    by Peggy Belles
    Beneath one woman’s unending will to save others is the need to save herself. Peace in Pieces is a collection of poetry about life and the power of vulnerability. Peggy Belles is a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia and a retired Police Lieutenant from New York. Peace in Pieces is a collection of forty-one poems that grapple with the complexity of living. Writing has been Peggy Belles’s uncensored outlet throughout her life. Documented here in captivating verse are the ... more
  • Not My Story to Tell: My Journey Through Grief: Loving and Losing a Daughter with Bi-Polar Disorder

    by Cathy Lynn Brooks
    At a young age, Justine was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. As Justine grew up, she often made bad choices due to the traumas of her past and her mental illness. Through it all, Cathy never stopped loving her daughter. In this revealing and powerful book, Cathy takes you back to the early days of Justine’s childhoodand the events that led to her diagnosis. Cathy watched her daughter try time and again to change her life, amazed and awed by Justine’s persisten... more
  • Just a Little More Time

    by Florrie Munat
    Story is a crucial component of navigating the roller coaster that is grief. The beautifully written stories and poems in the Just a Little More Time anthology share tender last moments with loved ones, muse about what happens once we die, and most of all celebrate and delight with tales of love. The book's magic is hidden in the smallest details that underlie the universal message: that you can find hope after significant loss. Whether exploring the loss of a cherished forest or beloved wife, t... more