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  • Just Another Race Horse

    by Marion N. Seidel

    It's how you start out and how you end up... but never about getting off track, just how fast you get back on!

    Sonny is JUST ANOTHER RACE HORSE with a story to tell that will open a well of emotion in your soul and melt your heart as you read each endearing page of his young life! Sonny's first memory is of being born and seeing the warmth and love in his mother's eyes as she sees her newborn son for the first time. In the beginning, life is good. Son... more



    A mother becomes the victim of corruption and has to fight to bring her child back home

  • Pagan Writers Presents Samhain

    by Angelique Mroczka
    Samhain marks the end of summer and the preparation for winter. To many, Samhain is merely Halloween, but to Pagans, it is a day when the veil between the worlds is thinnest, and we can reconnect with our beloved deceased. Samhain is a joyful celebration where we invite the spirits of our loved ones into our homes to remember and honor them. Pagan Writers Presents Samhain is a collection of articles, poetry, and short stories. Forty Pagan writers have come together to express how we celebrat... more
  • Fat Quarter Style

    by It's Sew Emma
    Make a style statement with fat quarters! Fat Quarter Style features twelve unique fat quarter quilts. Each pattern has four size options, so you can create a quilt that is the perfect size for you.
  • What Wags the World: Tales of Conscious Awakening

    by Julie Clayton & Miriam Knight
    Have you ever had an experience that was so outside accepted reality that you questioned your sanity? What if it wasn’t coincidence or your imagination? What if the world works in ways that are stranger and more exciting than you thought possible? 37 authors share previously untold stories of their personal awakening, how they were affected by their experience, and how it profoundly changed their view of the nature of reality. Compelling true stories of dramatic and life-altering experie... more
  • Homeless Hero: Understanding the Soul of Home

    by Mike Tapscott

    Grand Prize Winner of the 2014 Great Southwest Book Festival - Homeless Hero: Understanding the Soul of Home considers the human mission to know the soul and navigate life experiences. Tapscott's book explores humanity in a way that is vibrantly vivid and personally accessible to the reader. Many questions that we have probably asked ourselves at one time or another are addressed: what is homelessness, why does it exist, are they just on drugs, how do I help, when is helping really enabli... more

  • Life is TOO Short to Hate

    by Rhonda Nagel
  • What Does It Take to Get to Heaven

    by Tim Burrow
    Timothy W. Burrow lost his wife, the love of his life, to cancer. On the night she died, he pleaded to Got to be with her some day in heaven. But he did not know how to get there. Having been disillusioned by conflicting answers on what it takes, he rolled up his sleeves to find the answer for himself. Trained as a lawyer to be thorough, for seven years he studied Scripture meticulously, met with ministers of various denominations, and considered opinions by some of the most respected theologian... more
  • Donkeys Are Special And So Are You!

    by Tom Krueger
    Donkeys Are Special And So Are You! is a Silver Recipient of the prestigious Mom’s Choice Award. It also received an honorable mention at The New York Book Festival, along with being awarded two silver medallions at The Florida Authors & Publishers Annual Conference in Daytona Beach! Tom's purpose for writing this book is to share his love of miniature donkeys with children and to show them how situations in their lives are similar. These nine short stories depict how both children and donkey... more
  • Exposing the Bondage Within

    by Nicole Brodie
    Life begins for many with the release of the highly anticipated book, Exposing the Bondage Within, by respected author, Nicole Brodie. For thousands who suffer with low self-esteem, confusion, and lack of motivation, this self-help book promises to offer a new perspective on healing and a renewed belief in forward movement, and so much more!
  • Standing Tall

    by Lynn Manuell
    Do you remember where you were the morning of September 11, 2001? When we think back and talk with others about what happened that morning, the familiar question always arises, “Where were you and what did you experience?” Standing Tall details the accounts of people from all over the world as they share their thoughts and experiences on the morning of September 11th, 2001. Standing Tall gives an exceptional response from professional writers, composers, military personnel, and a pacifist strugg... more
  • B is for Boston Terrier

    by Sarah Tregay
    Follow Buck, a Boston Terrier, as he does his favorite activities—from playing ball to walking around the block. This picture book for the very young introduces children to dogs with large, bright illustration and encourages reading.
  • Old Man on a Bicycle: A Ride Across America and How to Realize a More Enjoyable Old Age

    by Don Petterson
    A retired US Foreign Service officer whose ten overseas assignments included three ambassadorships (to Somalia, Tanzania, and Sudan) is the author of Inside Sudan and Revolution in Zanzibar. When he was in his early 70s, he gave thought to flying across the country in an ultra-light airplane. For various reasons, he discarded that idea and decided instead to make the journey on a bicycle. His third book, Old Man on a Bicycle is the account of his solo ride across the country. He tells of c... more
  • Understanding: All Success Is Attained by It

    by Shane Wall
    Noted as the first book ever on the subject of Understanding, the message is clear that whatever God says is the understanding and He always attaches success to the understanding He gives. We can understand God and even how He understands. Each chapter reveals the hidden power of Understanding.
  • Hell Hath No Fury: Women Who Kill

    by Les MacDonald
    There are 45 chapters in Hell Hath No Fury: Women Who Kill on women who have committed murder. Part One: Women Who Kill Their Children features 21 stories on mothers who have murdered their own children. The high profile cases such as Susan Smith and Andrea Yates are here but also some that you may not have heard of. Part Two: Women Who Kill Their Husbands has 10 chapters including the Anti Freeze Killer and the Black Widow of the Internet. Part Three: More Notorious Murders by Women has eight m... more
  • The Hybrid Author Companion Journal

    by Dianne G. Sagan
    This companion resource to The Hybrid Author provides a tool for you to use as a personal publishing guide for your research and for your professional development. Practical and with inspirational quotes, it’s a time-saving “next step” in your writing career. Laid out simply and from a writer's point of view, you'll want to keep this journal at your fingertips.