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Yo God! Jay's Story

By June Capossela Kempf
"Yo God! You got me into this, now get me out." Jonathan's story will leave the reader questioning how he could manage all his conflicts - especially those dealing with faith. .

The Road To God

By Anthony Rhine
"I am not a messiah," Daniel Bolton proclaims in the first few lines of The Road to God, as he waits to preach to a stadium of tens of thousands. It is Bolton's fascinating journey that draws him deep into his understanding of religion, why it exists, and how it is informed by those spirits who share with him the deepest secrets of the afterlife. .

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  • Renee Richards

    The author of this collection of stories is renowned eye surgeon and highly ranked tennis player, RENÉE RICHARDS. Born in 1934 as RICHARD RASKIND, Renee was thrust into the international spotlight for her sex reassignment surgery after she won a women’s tennis tournament. Opposition to her being allowed to play tennis competitions led to a landmark court case that ultimately gave her the right to play. The controversy became worldwide news. She is a graduate of Yale and the University of Rochester School of Medicine, an Eastern Tennis Hall of Fame inductee. Read More
  • Cheryl Rees-Price

    Alice Haper is an ordinary woman with a good career, handsome husband, and a comfortable home. But her life is suddenly thrown into turmoil when she begins to experience terrifying nightmares of a young soldier. These dreams set in motion a chain of events that irrevocably change her life. As the nightmares intensify and merge with reality, Alice begins to sustain physical injury and to see the ghostly figure of the soldier in her waking hours. Fearing for her sanity, she must find the identity of the soldier and the link that draws them together. Her search takes her from New York to a sleepy village in Wales. Here she meets a cantankerous old man who holds the key to unlocking a sixty-year-old tragedy. It started as a nightmare, an unknown soldier, and glimpses of a buried past. Then a death occurs, and the nightmares turn into hauntings. It’s time for secrets to be told. Read More
  • William Haltom

    In the current political and cultural environment, civility is going the way of the dinosaur. Our “leaders” now argue for the sake of argument, accuse for the sake of advantage, and seek to demonize those with opposing points of view. Consequently, public governance has become dysfunctional. But there was a time when civility and collegiality and teamwork were cherished American values. There was a time when leaders from opposing political parties were actually friends and tried without compromising their principles to work together in a bipartisan effort to promote the general welfare. One of the greatest exemplars of this civility was a United States Senator from Tennessee. For over forty years, he was a leader in the most contentious arenas in American life: courtrooms, political campaigns, the halls of Congress, and the White House. In all of these venues, he practiced the art of strategic civility that brought adversaries together, finding agreement often to their surprise. The Senator was Howard H. Baker, Jr. of Tennessee, and to this day, he remains a role model of what strategic civility can accomplish. Read More
  • Debra Pickett

    “Woven from the threads of her own life as a newswoman and a deep familiarity with Kenya, Debra Pickett's debut novel is the literary version of a carefully crafted Kente cloth. Nothing is predictable in this shrewdly plotted book about values, choices, Africa and America. Moreover, you will dawdle as you come to the last pages because you won't want to leave the side of Pickett's fascinating heroine.” -- Margo Howard, "Dear Margo" for Creators Syndicate Television journalist Sara Simone has just landed a huge story, the one she’s sure will propel her from her local news job in Chicago straight to a network anchor chair. But, when her reporting takes her to the slums of Nairobi, Kenya, she finds herself unable to maintain her usual cool distance from tragedy. Her great talent, getting grieving relatives on camera, doing those wretched “how do you feel?” interviews, seems not just inadequate, but actually wrong. So, instead of doing her job, she walks away, soon finding herself quite literally directionless. Desperate to get out of the slums, she climbs on board the first bus she sees and winds up at an old safari lodge in the Rift Valley. The colonial relic feels, at first, like a haven of respite, a quiet place to figure things out and plan her next move. Can she salvage the career she abandoned in the slums? Does she even want to? Living a life, she soon discovers, can be far more complicated than merely reporting about one. Read More
  • Stephanie Campbell

    When sixteen-year-old Rin sees a meteor hit the earth, he is determined to find it. He expected to see a large, hulking piece of rubble. What he finds, though, is something much different—a white flower. Though his heart warns him again it, he touches the frigid plant and trickles blood all over it. The flower grows until it’s six feet tall. Rin does the only thing that any normal person would do: he runs away screaming. But he cannot get the flower out of his mind, even though he is terrified. When he returns, he finds a girl where the flower had been. She is beautiful, smart, and dangerous, and she belongs solely to him. It is from her that he learns that truth about her alien existence. Unfortunately, she’s not the only alien around. Read More
  • Ellen Cummins

    Lizbeth is not your ordinary town and Addison Flynn has been chosen to know its secrets. Its magic keeps the town’s dead locked inside the waters of Lake Lizze; holding the reckless and careless souls deep beneath the darkened waters---and Addison holds the key to setting them free. The stories of the lake told to her by her grandfather are more than true, but there is so much more than she knows. Everything shifts when her best friend Shay dies in a diving rock accident and something new emerges from the lake, but it’s not what you’d expect. There are places unknown to the world that are so dark, only the strongest of hearts will survive. The real story of Lizbeth lies tucked inside this place, alongside the most colorful magic you will ever come to know. Read More
  • Nicole Schenz

    Alyssa Miyamoto is Ebony, a young woman trained in ninjutsu. Shortly after parent’s death, she learns of the lies and deceit that brought on their deaths. Now she goes after the man responsible and hopes to pay him back for all he has done. Read More
  • June Capossela Kempf

    "Yo God! You got me into this, now get me out." That tough FTW in-your-face attitude masks a TLC softie, who meets his fate with courage, dignity and style. He was no ordinary poster kid. Jonathan's story will leave the reader questioning how he could manage all his conflicts - especially those dealing with faith. Read More
  • Cassandra Ulrich

    An avid pool table player, Gina has yet to meet her match among her billiard pals. Pete O’Reily, one of the guys she plays against at a local bar, finds someone he thinks will finally give her a challenging game. Gina was thrilled she could finally compete with someone who sharpened her skills, but Sean Savage became much more to her after a few games. She started falling in love with Sean who remained loyal to his career-focused girlfriend, Cindy. Gina, having been hurt by a cheating ex-boyfriend, is determined not to cause the same pain to any woman. Because of this, she keeps her feelings for Sean a secret from everyone except her flamboyant cousin Gene and a girlfriend on the other side of the city. Without realization, Sean stretches her ability to do this whenever he visits her like she’s one of the guys. Conflict occurs on many fronts: Gina avoids her ex, Hank, who wants to get back together; Sean longs to marry Cindy who spends more time at work than with him; and Gina has a falling out with Sean when he tries to set her up with a friend of his. Will true love prevail? Read More
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Jeff is often amused and in awe as he watches and experiences, his beautiful witch, Gail practice her pagan ways. He embraces her spells and incantations that weave an ever strengthening bond between them. Although not a believer himself, he frequently takes part in her rituals. He can sense her emotions just as he can perceive her inside him, sharing his own. At times, he sees what she sees and feels what she feels. When they take on a new case this new unity they share will be tested. A deadly threat will jeopardize their very survival.



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E is for Evolution

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After Dr. Murdox's psychic machine, Evelyn, is built, it does just as he planned it. It can tell the future and suggest what actions the world should take. Unfortunately, Evelyn does not just read the future. The machine causes a war between major countries of Earth and causes rifts to form around the planet. After a millennia of fighting, Earth is nearly destroyed. Winser Rogan has been a part of this world his entire life. All he knows is starvation. That is why when his home is destroyed by an earthquake, he does not panic and begins a journey with his sister and best friend to find a new home. Unfortunately, his journey may bring him more than he bargained for.


E is for Eternity

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