All About the Book

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Thom Kudla on his IRDA Winning Books "Commencement" and "Out of Context"

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With both Commencement and Out of Context, the primary goal is to make the reader look at things in a new way. People should read these books because they will come away from them changed, in a good way.
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Sarah Bowen on her IRDA Winning "Void if Detached: Seeking Modern Spirituality Through My Father's Old Sermons"

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"Void if Detached" is the story of a religion-phobic Gen Xer who felt a void because she had become detached from her faith.
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Anthony Coleman on his IRDA Winning title "The Evangelical Experience"

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My book is both an overview of the Evangelical movement in America and a brief memoir of my own journey through the faith, including reasons why I ultimately had to leave.
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Carol D'Anca on her IRDA Winning REAL FOOD FOR HEALTHY PEOPLE

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"Real Food for Healthy People" is about the benefits of dietary change, organizing the kitchen for efficient whole food plant based cooking, basic culinary skills and contains 65 elegant and delicious whole food recipes that are beautifully photographed.
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Leylah Attar on her IRDA Winning MISTS OF THE SERENGETI

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"Mists of The Serengeti" is about two ordinary people, living worlds apart, who set out to achieve the extraordinary.
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Nath Jones on her IRDA Winning RADAR ROAD

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In a series that begins with the question: what is a book? This is a book. My editor, Morgan Sorvillo Kiger, takes what the On Impulse series offers and gives us a portion to desire.
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Brian Scott Sherman Talks about "Lessons Learned: An Ordinary Man, Extraordinary Life"

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"Lessons Learned" is a collection of 33 true short stories which capture those real life situations for your entertainment.
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Clint Marsh + Karima Cammell on their IRDA Winning THE TROLL COOKBOOK

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Don't feed the trolls—let the trolls feed you! Trolls are folkloric creatures found in many lands, and in these pages they offer us enchanting and personal ways to savor good food every day.
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Mary Maddox on her IRDA Winning DARKROOM

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Day Randall, a gifted but unstable photographer, has gone missing. No one cares except her friend Kelly, who follows the trail into an underworld of drugs, violence, and ruthless men who will do anything to protect their secrets.
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Greg Howard on how a deserted antebellum rice plantation inspired him to write BLOOD DIVINE

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A guarded playboy struggling to suppress the dark power stirring inside him becomes a pawn in an ancient war between two supernatural races.
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Robert Roy Britt on his 3rd novel in the Eli Quinn mystery series

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FIRST KILL is a tale of sex, money, love and murder, in which the budding private eye Eli Quinn, now on just his third case, fears he’s stepping into a mess when he agrees to find a woman’s father, a real estate agent who has gone missing.
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Dean Ammerman on being inspired to write his books because he likes the characters

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Intergalactic plumber enlists the help of two teens to find the missing Ma-Loos (which are invisible) and save everything and everybody from being crumpled out of existence.
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Author Jay J. Falconer: Most people have no idea what’s going on in the shadows around them. I didn’t.

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Emily Heart is a brilliant, but troubled teenage girl who’s had everything taken away from her: her family, her friends, and her future.
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Author Roland Joseph: Regardless of our station in life, and whether we realize it or not, happiness is everyone’s ultimate goal

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"A Pyre of Roses" is a poignant story of a man who struggles to find the truth about his identity, amid a web of deceit, lies, and latent danger.
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Clark Hays + Kathleen McFall on their "opposites-attract love story forged in a fiery crucible of a passion that nearly burned us to the ground"

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Two years ago, Lizzie broke Tucker’s heart into six jagged pieces when she packed up her vampires and quit the quirky town of LonePine, Wyoming, population 438. Since then, Lizzie has stayed put in Russia, ruling over the vampire nation, while terrorizing a string of new lovers.
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Francis V. Adams on celebrating life and family

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This book is about loving and nurturing children with or without a biological connection, something that I feel is innate in all of us.
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Tim W. Jackson on the quirky daily realities of running off to Margaritaville

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An inadvertent embezzler bolts for the Caribbean, a step ahead of the Feds and desperate to restart life as an anonymous divemaster in a tropical paradise.
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Phalgun Prativadi, an author + infectious diseases physician, on BEING AND BECOMING

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Dr. Arya Krish, an accomplished researcher, physician, philanthropist, father, and husband, explores the outer edges of “the ends justify the means.”
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Author Don Winn: I write books so at-risk readers can begin to think of themselves as learners, full of potential + strength

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The beloved tutor Alchir has vanished! And a dangerous criminal with a grudge against Alchir has just escaped from prison. Kaye is determined to find the tutor and earn a fine reputation as a knight.
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Lorenz Waldmann Talks about Ancient Egypt and "Peppery Winds"

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In the year 38, life in Alexandria was dangerous if you were Jewish. "Peppery Winds" takes you into that exotic, faraway world, in a tale of politics, pirates and yes, pepper – a precious commodity whose import route was jealously guarded by Arab traders.
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Marla Martenson on the best part of being an indie + what she does when she's not writing

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Like any self-respecting New Age Angelino, Marla Martenson works out religiously, imbibes green juice, practices yoga, is vegan, recites affirmations, and employs the Law of Attraction to help manifest her dreams.