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L.C. Barlow on IRDA Winner “Pivot”

“My roommate leaves me notes on rose petals.”

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Len Napolitano on his IRDA Winning “Nose, Legs, Body!”

“At precisely 5PM on a Friday, at the door leading to a back room of a popular LA wine store, enthusiastic wine tasters, from beginner to expert, pay a nominal fee to experience a handful of world famous wines.”

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D. Hart St. Martin on her IRDA Winning “Tainted”

I began writing this story in 1977. Much has changed since then, but one thing hasn’t. Sexism and the subjugation of women remains rampant in our world.

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Alan Bray on his IRDA Winning “Hour of Parade”

The book has been praised for relying on the reader’s intelligence. It doesn’t explain much; it shows the characters in the story and asks the reader to make meaning of them.

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Kate Bracy on her IRDA Winning “That Crazy Little Thing”

“I’m not a morning person. Neurologically speaking, you may as well talk to the toaster if you want a lively companion before ten a.m.”

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Jesse Gros on his IRDA Winning “Your Wild & Precious Life”

Filled with joy, compassion, and self-discovery, this book is a mind-opening tour of a nontraditional approach to living a heart-centered life.

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Sheri Bloom on her IRDA Winning “Out of the Rabbit Hole”

Over six million people in the United States suffer from an anxiety disorder known as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. The average person takes seven years before getting help for OCD.

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Martin Kee on his IRDA Winning “Bloom”

I guess you could say Lil’it’s a crotchety Tinkerbell who could kill a man with a kiss.

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Shannon Phillips on her IRDA Winning “The Millennial Sword”

It’s an urban fantasy about a young woman who unexpectedly inherits the sword Excalibur and becomes the modern-day Lady of the Lake.

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Cameron Stelzer on his IRDA Winning “The Forgotten Map”

This was a storm. It wasn’t a warm sun shower on a spring afternoon. It wasn’t the soft drizzle of winter rain. It was the drenching downpour of a tropical cyclone.

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Joe Famularo on His IRDA Winning Memoir “Crazy for Italian Food”

The real reason to read this book is to experience excellent fool-proof Italian recipes (they all have been cooked hundreds of times in this one family).

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John Kenny on his IRDA Winning “The Spark”

It gives readers an insider’s view of life in the fire department. Sane people don’t run into burning buildings. This allows you to find out what that’s like from the safety of your armchair.