It’s a unique spin on a world of sound bites and quippy, overused and trite sayings in: SELFIE-FACING
BY JOHN BRANNING
Branning puts his own brand of meat on overused and frequently discounted mindless words.
By Jerome “jay” Isip
From a teenage thug to a man who understands happiness.
By Julia Fox
In AND THEN THERE WERE THREE, Fox tells the story of her unconventional three-person relationship through a series of sixty-seven letters addressed to her beloved.
Time spent mothering an elderly mother produces a collection of “mom-isms” in: TRADING PLACES: BECOMING MY MOTHER’S MOTHER
BY SANDRA BULLOCK SMITH
A daughter shares lessons learned from her eldercare experiences.
By Anthony Coleman
A former Evangelical Christian gives his experiences with the movement, and explains the beliefs and perspectives of those within it.
A plethora of techniques to optimize learning are revealed in: THE MANUAL: A Guide to the Ultimate Study Method (USM)
By Rod Bremer
A wide range of methods to optimize learning in different fields are revealed in this detailed and highly organized guide.
Straightforward and encouraging guidance out of depression in: RISE FROM DARKNESS – PATHS OUT OF DEPRESSION TOWARD HAPPINESS
BY KRISTIAN HALL
Kristian Hall, who has marked the trail out of depression, provides guidance to others.
Inspirational insights on spiritual progress lead to emotional and mental wellness in: MAYBE GOD HAS A BETTER IDEA
By Robb F
A collection of life experiences and lessons learned turn into thought-provoking insights and life-changing activities.
BY PAUL C. HO, MD
Events in a young and promising cardiologist’s life send a wake up call, and it all begins with a heart attack.
By Tomasz Chrusciel
A university professor is tasked with a secret mission to verify a recently discovered artifact, but is thrown into a strange conspiracy with a madman at the helm.
An amusement park featuring werewolves, vampires, and zombies is a facade for a diabolical plan: MONSTERLAND
BY MICHAEL PHILLIP CASH
The owner of Monsterland invites teens to opening day with a dare: “Let’s see if Monsterland can scare the daylights out of you.”
By Sonny Hayes
Siblings take gambling to a whole new level when they realize they can use a time advanced satellite system to make mega bucks.
By C. G. Barrett
A Jesuit priest stumbles upon a secret society determined to remain secret, and members will kill, if necessary, to maintain secrets that are centuries old.
Danger and intrigue when an American woman moves to Saudi Arabia and befriends a Saudi woman in: EAST OF MECCA
By Sheila Flaherty
An American woman living in Saudi Arabia faces the hardships, anxiety and betrayals of life in a theocratic dictatorship.
BY WILLIAM POE
Poe pulls back the curtain on some desperate characters, from a gay man looking for love in the wrong places, to a tormented boy who wants to be a tiger, to a woman who’d rather die than spend another night with her violent husband
An idealistic young drug smuggler has the one drug to save humanity in a post apocalyptic world in: THE PRELAPSARIANS
By John Gaiserich
A group of hardened mercenaries take an idealistic young smuggler under their protection as she transports a cache of the one drug that keeps humanity alive.
Humanity’s attempt to survive first contact with a civilization that reaches back to the early days of the universe in: SHRIVERS
BY JEB KINNISON
Humanity has finally found peace among the stars thanks to quantum gateway technology, replicators, and powerful AIs. Before the dust can settle, the riddle of the Fermi Paradox is answered in the worst way possible.
BY HANK QUENSE
A teen princess plans revenge when she learns that her sly uncle takes over her rightful place as queen.
Kids (age 11 +)
Experiences in an alternate universe create a wake up call in an average student’s life in: KING OF AVERAGE
BY GARY SCHWARTZ
While on a quest to be a mediocre king in a parallel universe, an underachieving preteen discovers that there’s more to life than being average.