Jun 29, 2016
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the teachings
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Douglas Green on “The Teachings of Shirelle: Life Lessons from a Divine Knucklehead”

A funny, heartwarming, yet serious look at the wisdom – psychological, philosophical, and spiritual – a man learned from his ridiculous dog.

weight
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Rachel Straub Discusses “Weight Training Without Injury”

Read about the 1st place winner in the non-fiction category in the 2016 IRDA’s,

before the
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Jack Mayer on his IRDA-Winning Title, “Before the Court of Heaven”

A thriller, a poignant love story and a vivid history of a troubling and fascinating time that will especially appeal to readers who enjoy historical fiction.

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Chuck Driskell on his IRDA Winning “The Diaries”

Combining crime, revenge and international intrigue, THE DIARIES is a classic espionage thriller.

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Pamela Capone on “I Punched Myself in the Eye: Stories of self-sabotage, imperfection and perfect amazing grace”

I think it’s human nature to go through life on autopilot, watching for the flashing, Vegas marquis type of signs. But sometimes “wow!” comes in smaller wrapping, and then like a Jack-in-the-box, it pops out, and you the message.

love hurts
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Editor Tricia Reeks on “Love Hurts: A Speculative Fiction Anthology”

A collection of gut-wrenching short speculative fiction stories about love, and the pain and heartbreak that so often goes with it.

rise
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Kristian Hall on how to “Rise from Darkness”

A self-help book about what to do when you want to get out of depression, and you don’t have a clue how to go about it.

fab
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Mark Gillespie’s FAB Poses the Question: What if John Lennon Had Lived?

I’m a big Lennon and Beatles fan. I’m a fan of alternate history too, so it only makes sense that I try and save him [John Lennon] that way.

emmy
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L. Davis Munro on “Emmy Nation: Undercover Suffragette”

I was so shocked by my lack of knowledge around this period of women’s history [the suffrage movement] that I began reading as much as I possibly could about it.

SELFIE
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John Branning on “Selfie-Facing: Analog Musings in a Digital World”

A collection of humorous essays on a variety of topics – marriage, home repairs, cat ownership, foibles of the English language, snowbanks and driveways – and how all of it flummoxes me.

us vs
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Sonny Hayes Talks about Gambling, Goons and “US vs. Welkner”

I used to gamble fairly regularly. I wasn’t in to the loan sharks, as the book’s protagonist is, but I was quite familiar with the bookies and their chrome revolvers and the giant pair of goons typically flanking them.

monsterland
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Michael Phillip Cash Discusses His Inspiration for “Monsterland”

A misguided teen must save his date in a theme park, whose main attractions – real werewolves, vampires and zombies – descend the place into chaos.

and then there
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Julia Fox Talks About “And Then There Were Three: Sixty-Seven Letters to Sasha”

This autobiographical memoir documents the challenges that still face members of the LGBT community, especially those in countries where being homosexual is still considered an abnormality.

crossback
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Paul Proffet Talks About “CrossBack”

“CrossBack” is crying out for readers who are thirsty for something a little different.

set
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Clinton E. Day Explains How to “Set Your Own Salary”

Wannabe entrepreneurs should read the book to learn how to deal with challenges creatively, save time and money, and think outside the box.

transformed
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Suzanne Falter Talks About “Transformed: San Francisco”

Charley McElroy is a handsome, well-heeled travel writer and CIA informant who also happens to be an F to M transman. And he’s having a midlife crisis.

trading
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Sandra Bullock Smith talks about “Trading Places: Becoming My Mother’s Mother”

It is a memoir filled with respect, compassion and love, as well as life lessons and lessons learned.

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Sheila Flaherty Explains “East of Mecca”

“East of Mecca” is a harrowing story of love and betrayal, a family’s tragic undoing, the transcendent power of friendship, and the ultimate price of oppression.

maybe god
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Robb F. Thinks “Maybe God Has a Better Idea”

If anyone is going through a tough time in their own life and reeling from the emotional and other effects, then they most certainly need to read this book!

the prelap
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John Gaiserich Talks About “The Prelapsarians”

It’s a novel that offers a complete reading experience, with ample quantities of both visceral action and character intimacy.

and then there
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Julia G. Fox on “And Then There Were Three: Sixty-Seven Letters to Sasha”

When gay marriage was legalized in the United States on June 26, 2015, it appeared as though the last major hurdle for LGBT rights was finally overcome. While this is a major milestone in the journey for equal rights, there is still a long way to go before global tolerance can be achieved.

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Hank Quense Talks about “Moxie’s Decision”

There are two reasons why someone should read this book. The first is entertainment. The book is filled with satire and humor. The second is a need to escape from the harsh reality of the modern world. Take a mental health break!

warren
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Andrew Diamond talks about “Warren Lane”

Will Moore sat in a lounge chair by the hotel pool in his Bermuda shorts and white polo shirt, browsing through photos of escorts on his phone.

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William Poe on “Endings: Poetry and Prose”

Dead ends, murderous deeds, and unfulfilled lives all combine in a unique collection of poems and stories acknowledging that sometimes things just don’t work out.