Oct 28, 2016
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Ted Neill on bearing witness to the violent conflicts that take place as a result of religious belief

Faith, religion, godliness – these things have caused more pain, suffering, and death than all the plagues of history combined

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Ednah Walters on how watching her son navigate his teen years inspired her YA novel

Most of YA books focus on girls and the hero they meet during this important stage of their lives. I wanted to focus on a young man.

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John Morris on hiking 2,000+ miles up the Eastern side of the US

I was looking for a way out. Overcome with chronic depression and drinking myself into an early grave – I found I was on the verge of ending my life through alcohol and loneliness.

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Agus Ekanurdi on writing a cookbook about…love

Solid relationships are built on trust, honesty, and care, and Cook Your Way to Love & Harmony showcases this in a spectacular fashion.

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Chris Patchell on describing a villain’s first kill and finding inspiration from Facebook

“In the Dark” is a story about a mother’s love, and the lengths Marissa Rooney will go to, to protect her family.

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Don Fraser on how the founding generation of America was as divided as we are today

Disagreement is a part of what makes us Americans, and it is as old as the republic itself.

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Pawan Mishra on growing up in a family of storytellers and how it led to “Coinman”

At the center of the book is the permanent plight of a junior level office worker both at home and at office.

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Denison Hatch on Wall Street, quantitative programming and controlling the world through technology

“Flash Crash” is an electrifying techno-thriller and heist mystery about a programmer who is blackmailed into writing an algorithm that will intentionally crash the gold market.

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Jill Apperson Manly on the meaning of “Nothando”

There is a beautiful universal message in this little book.

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Elaine Russell on what inspired her to write “Martin McMillan and the Sacred Stones”

A fun and past-paced mystery/adventure that should appeal to both girls and boys, especially reluctant readers.

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Jay J. Falconer asks, would a broke government lie, cheat, and kill its own citizens to maintain order and power?

Redfall is a speculative dystopian fiction about a sweeping global conspiracy, designed to bring down society and send us back to the Stone Age.

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Kaylin McFarren on her IRDA Winning “Banished Threads”

A valuable art collection disappears turning a treasure-hunting duo into crime-stopping sleuths willing to risk their lives to vindicate family members.

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Britt Holewinski on what happens when a government-created virus is kills billions of people in weeks

“Schism” is “Lord of the Flies” on a global scale.

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J.G. Zymbalist on “Song of the Oceanides” and the influence of Lost In Space

Much of the story comes from idea books I’ve been keeping since childhood when I had a bout with depression.

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Jack A. Langedijk on Bertolt Brecht and trying to entertain in order to get his message across

A fictional story about a tragic period of one remarkable man’s life.

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David Zindell Tells the Story of Our Generation in “Splendor”

We are stardust; we are golden; and we’ve got to get ourselves back to the garden. 

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J. Paul Devlin talks about the life of a conflicted gay teenager in “A Passing Phase”

I was inspired to write the book after repeatedly hearing in the news about teens killing themselves because they couldn’t cope with being gay.

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Rod Bremer on allowing methods of educating to catch up to our brain’s learning capacity

I wanted to distill into an easy-to-follow procedure the elements necessary for optimal learning.

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Patrick Jones on his IRDA Winning “Hector’s Heroic Day”

The story about a boy whose admiration for all kinds of heroes leads him on an adventure to become one.

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Digger Cartwright on his IRDA Winning “The Maynwarings”

I was always a fan of westerns and that genre has gone out of style.

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Derek Vasconi on Being God + How Painful Loss Inspired His Writing

The bastard child of Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 and Stephen King’s CARRIE, KAI explores how one innocent girl becomes the target of enormous rage living inside another girl-who is seemingly from another world.

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Jérôme Sabatier on his IRDA Winning “The World Heritage Sites of France”

This travel guide includes the same essential information as a traditional “paper” guide, as well as enriched Internet features: real-time information updates, hundreds of pictures, links and tips.

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Terry John Barto on his IRDA Winning “Nickerbacher, the Funniest Dragon”

Once upon a time, a young dragon named Nickerbacher stood guard for Princess Gwendolyn in a tall tower because his papa told him to.