October 17, 2022

Discovering The Great I AM: One Woman’s Journey to Find God

Part memoir, part spiritual and philosophical exploration, and part self-help manual, Sherry Griffith’s Discovering the Great I AM is aimed at those hoping to wake up from unconscious patterns and conditioning and make more informed, conscious, and joyful choices.

Griffith is a social worker and therapist trained in cognitive behavioral therapy. She is deeply immersed […]

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October 3, 2022

Heartbreak Epiphanies and Justified Lust

In Heartbreak Epiphanies and Justified Lust, John Kruxhammer (a pseudonym) offers a strange, chaotic, confusing, but somehow engaging novel.

The story opens in a brothel. There the client, a john named John, requests, instead of sex, to be read aloud from his own manuscript. “We’re not here for that,” says the first girl who refuses […]

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August 15, 2022

How Did I Do That? A Life of Risk and Reward

In this candid memoir, 78-year-old businessman and NBA wannabe Bill Dutcher thoughtfully ruminates about the ups and downs of his life.

Dutcher takes readers from an adventurous childhood in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, where he led a neighborhood “Little Rascals” gang, to his high school dreams of becoming the first white Globetrotter, the acclaimed basketball players known […]

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July 11, 2022

For the Hurt of My People: Original Conservatism and Better, Simpler Healthcare

All Americans are health insecure, writes family practice physician, author and healthcare activist Joseph Q. Jarvis. Whether it’s for their own healthcare or that of family members, Americans are forced to deal with a profit-driven, fundamentally broken healthcare system.

Americans already tax themselves enough to deliver basic healthcare to all, the author notes, yet the […]

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July 4, 2022

2084: Book One, 2069

Kadon L. Peterson’s dystopian novel, the first in a planned trilogy, follows Dune Burnswick through a world in which an authoritarian government is trying to stamp out humanity.

Dune is one of relatively few naturally born humans (Nats) left in society. The governing World Peace Authority (WPA), claiming to promote social harmony, has set a […]

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March 28, 2022

Geodysseus

Geodysseus is a Cold War thriller with science-fiction underpinnings that charts the exploits of Dr. Frank Sartori as he investigates an enigmatic artifact that has been discovered in the Nevada desert.

A mysterious cargo-pod has been found in Death Valley, puzzling government agencies investigating its provenance. Is the container extra-terrestrial or the property of Russian […]

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February 1, 2022

Sparrow

In this middle-grade novel, a lonely boy makes a wish that endangers his town.

Timothy Sperling misses his mother and father terribly. They have gone on a voyage to save a species of bird from extinction and haven’t been heard from in seven years. Tim has been left in the care of his gloomy, reclusive […]

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November 29, 2021

The Unquiet Genius: A Classic WWII Spy Thriller

In 1938, famous nuclear physicist Ettore Majorana left a note to his family that he was about to commit suicide. When he disappeared, after purchasing a ticket for a boat trip from Palermo to Naples, everyone believed he was dead. But his body was never found. What if he didn’t die but went into hiding? […]

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August 18, 2021

Brooklyn Boy: A Memoir: Book One

In this collection of anecdotes from a Brooklyn boyhood, author Ken Fischman recounts memorable escapades and awakenings. The product of a close-knit Jewish family and colorful ethnic neighborhood of aspiring middle-class Irish and Jewish residents, he waxes nostalgic about the “insular” community that made up his youthful world.

Readers will find descriptions of the author’s […]

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August 9, 2021

Mermaid Tears: A Michaels Middle School Story

A young girl suffering from depression, racing thoughts, and anger issues struggles to understand her behavior in Susan L. Read’s middle-grade book Mermaid Tears.

Written in first person, Sarah takes us from the end of elementary school to the summer before seventh grade. She describes getting bullied, her countless failures in school and how she […]

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