All About the Book

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Ryan Fisher on the IRDA Winning "Corporate Recruiter Tells All"

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In this book a former corporate recruiter tells you how to get the job of your dreams with the financial returns you deserve.
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Freddie Owens on IRDA Winner "Then Like the Blind Man: Orbie’s Story"

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Then Like The Blind Man: Orbie’s Story is the enthralling debut novel by Freddie Owens, which tells the story of a spirited wunderkind in the segregated South of the 1950s and the forces he must overcome to restore order in his world.
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Jackie Hennessey on IRDA Winner "How to Spread Sanity..."

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After having two children, I knew I had to write a book about motherhood, featuring humorous stories about how your life changes and address things that aren’t brought up in birthing classes or traditional parenting books.
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Anne Pfeffer on IRDA Winner "Girls Love Travis Walker"

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Several things came together to inspire this book: a chance encounter with a boy not unlike Travis, a visit to a fire station, and my desire to write a love story.
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Mark Souza on IRDA Winner "Robyn's Egg"

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In a world ruled by corporations, where the population is sterile as a result of biological welfare, Moyer Winfield would try almost anything to attain a cloned baby to appease his wife and save their relationship.
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Sarah Cavallaro on IRDA Winner "Dogs Have Angels Too"

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I wrote this book because I knew many women in NYC who were feeling useless because they had lost their high powered jobs due to corporate downsizing and needed to feel useful again.
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A.K. Butler on IRDA Winner "The Burning of Cherry Hill"

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"Great messages woven in about personal freedom and big government. Powerful ending!" -- Sandra Poirier Diaz, President Smith Publicity
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Author Elaine Russell on IRDA Winner "Martin McMillan and the Secret of the Ruby Elephant"

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I began writing the Martin McMillan series when my son was ten years old. He was a good student, but it was hard to find books that held his attention.
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Author/Creator Mark Sroufe on IRDA Winner "2084"

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The world’s first interactive 3D graphic novel , “2084™” deals with how the technologies used to influence human behavior today will evolve to their logical – and exponentially effective – state over the next 70 years.
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Katy Evans Gets "REAL"

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An ex-Olympic sprinter who’s had to reinvent herself as a sports rehab specialist meets a fallen boxer during a dangerous “Underground” fighting match –neither of them are prepared for the sparks that fly and the undeniable connection between them.
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Monica Murphy on her Bestseller "One Week Girlfriend"

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I've been told the story reminds readers of “Pretty Woman” so I'm going with that.
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Rachel Van Dyken on her #1 Bestseller, "The Bet"

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If you love to watch romantic comedies, then this is the book for you.
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Jasinda Wilder on the bestselling "Falling Into You"

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FALLING INTO YOU is about a girl named Nell who watches her boyfriend's tragic death, and how she deals with--and eventually moves on from--the grief of that experience.
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Courtney Cole on "If You Stay"

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Someone near to me was using drugs to cope with life. As I was pondering his reasons for doing so, I thought back to a news story that I heard several years ago--about a mother and a young son who had been faced with a traumatic situation.
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Abbi Glines on "Never Too Far"

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I knew that if I didn't finished Rush and Blaire's story (which began in "Fallen Too Far") and give them a HEA, my readers would hunt me down.
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Barbara Alfaro on "Mirror Talk"

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Holding on to humor in situations that are often anything but funny.
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Lee Fullbright on "The Angry Woman Suite"

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An unsolved celebrity double murder in the early 1900’s, and the fallout on three generations of one fragile family, as told by three very different narrators: a young girl in search of autonomy; a young man in search of an identity, and an older man in search of justice.
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Patrick Edwards on "They Cooked the Books"

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"They cooked the books. I lost all my money in the stock because the company used 'creative accounting' to make it look like it was thriving."
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Patti DeNucci on "The Intentional Networker"

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People should read this book so they can learn how to become more purposeful, polished, and productive networkers and business people; the ones everyone wants to meet, know, hire, do business with, and refer.
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Aaron Safronoff on "Spire"

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Ultimately, my stories come from the process of digesting and reasoning through emotions that I cannot sum up easily. "Spire" is a pursuit of my understanding the roles of religion, technology, and imagination in my life, and how it affects all of our lives.
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Henry Mosquera on “Sleeper’s Run”

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War on Terror veteran, Eric Caine, is found wandering the streets of Miami with no memory of the car accident that left him there. Alone and suffering from PTSD, Eric is on a one-way road to self-destruction.
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Harry Groome on "The Girl Who Fished with a Worm"

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I was trout fishing when a friend asked if I’d read Stieg Larsson’s books. In a smart-assed fashion I said I was thinking of writing a Larsson parody titled "The Girl Who Fished with a Worm", then couldn’t get the idea out of my head and wrote this little story.
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Catherine Bybee on "Married by Monday"

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Getting married every single year was becoming a pain in the ass. Especially for the maid of honor.
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M.L. Harveland on "The Seventh Soul"

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CSP’s investigation uncovers a former tenant who was an accused murderer that was hanged to death in 1917. Lenora reads chilling accounts of the man’s life, taking her into the early 1900s and the life of a young orphan, turned murderer.