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Ape Mind, Old Mind, New Mind is a memoir by a psychiatrist who gradually discovers from his patient’s descriptions of their mental illnesses that human motivations have evolved over millions of years for productive engagement rather than competitive fitness. Continue reading →
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“Welcome to Sugarville”, a town where fantasy meets reality and visitors take journeys of the imagination into the unknown. J. J. Haas stuns and delights with this engaging collection of linked stories. Continue reading →
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A human and orca mother both lose their sons on the same day. Those deaths are the catalyst for subsequent events that take place in the ocean and culminate in an unexpected solution to their perspective problems. Continue reading →
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Charmer Boy, Gypsy Girl is a saga of love based on the real-life events of the celebrated pair Bosko and Admira, also known as the Romeo and Juliet of Sarajevo who fall in love against the backdrop of a soon-to-be war-torn country. Continue reading →
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For most of the history of the printed book, there were two ways for an author to get her work in front of readers: traditional publishing and vanity press publishing. That kind of limited choice is so last decade. Continue reading →
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After earning a master’s degree in English, I didn’t want to teach and simply wanted a foot in the door to a professional writing career, basically in any industry, but with a full-time paycheck and benefits. Continue reading →
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Taking place in a city of refugees in the Pacific Northwest nearly two centuries from now, this is a story of two teenage friends, Ada Anand and Aisling Connors, and how their lives are affected by terrorist violence in their society. Continue reading →
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