All About the Book

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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.
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S.D. Moore on Spiritualists, water gazing + what happens when evil comes through the spirit door

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"Wicked Prayers" is filled with unwavering action in which a woman unwittingly evokes a wicked prayer that unleashes evil on the imaginary city of Autumntown, WA.
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Luigi A. Juarez on writing a book that celebrates the highs and lows of your 20s

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A valentine to big city life and the Latina-American experience, Covered Paces follows failed actress Linette Velazco from Los Angeles to Miami and Boston to Panamá, as she swears off love to jumpstart a financial planning career.
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Lincoln Cole on blending the lines and understanding that nothing is as it seems

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Raven's Peak is about a young demon hunter trying to recover from mistakes she has made and a past she barely understands.
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Paul Larsen: Life is too short not to use your talents + your passions as a leader to realize your vision

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In today’s blaring and hectic global community, how can you make sure your leadership voice stands out above the rest?
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David Pepper on exposing "unfortunate realities about our current political system"

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In a year where just about everything has happened in the real world of politics, "The People’s House" tells the fictional story of an internationally hatched plot to alter the majority in the US House of Representatives.
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Kerry Elam on how to make healthy eating fun!

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"If It Does Not Grow, Say No" is an activity book that helps kids turn healthy foods into a welcome friend and willing choice in their everyday eating habits.
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Nicole Smartt on setting goals, working hard, staying focused + using mentors to further a career

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Having advanced from receptionist to business owner in less than seven years, author Nicole Smartt offers a goldmine of information to anyone wanting to become extraordinarily successful in their career.
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K. N. Parker on how the promise of technology + gender inequality were big inspirations for the book

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The book is about a a robotics engineer who is given an opportunity to realize a lifelong dream: to create the world’s first hyper-realistic android.
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Dustin Arand on why becoming a father was an important catalyst to writing his book

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This is a book about how and why knowledge evolves, and about how understanding this evolution can help us better understand things like religion, art, morality, politics.
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Mary Maddox on creating a world that's "violent and dark but not hopeless". Sound familiar?

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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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Dale Swanson on being "increasingly appalled by the opportunistic social politics of party, candidate, and media"

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Set in and around Tampa, Florida, in the fall of 1996, a pair of gay private investigators is hired by an incumbent ultra-conservative media mogul and Republican State Senator, who is being blackmailed just days before election.
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John DiFelice on how Donald Trump is the logical conclusion to the Congressional victories of the Tea Party Republicans

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The book is a satire about the American Far Right as embodied by the character of Jeremiah Stumpf. Jeremiah is certain of two things: he loves his country, and his next door neighbors are terrorists.
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Ac Chenier on finding the perfect soul mate

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For Katie Benjamin, finding the perfect soul mate was just a fairy tale until a chance encounter on a train changes everything. What she discovers takes her on a journey that spans lifetimes.
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Author Lisa Quast: “Finding a job you love isn’t easy.”

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In my 20+ years of experience climbing the corporate ladder from the bottom rung to the executive suite, I’ve had the unique opportunity to see exactly what works and what doesn’t in the job seeking process.
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Joel Mentmore on finding inspiration in the Early European History section of the British Museum when his smartphone died

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There I was, standing among all these old flint arrows and axe heads, all these simple, robust tools, and me with this complex, connected, dead device in my hand.
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Pat Palella on learning about the dating, drinking + leisure activities of people armed with only a smart phone, willing to ride in a stranger’s car

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"Buzz Ride" shares stories about the people the author drove – and the places they went – at night during the spring and summer of 2014.
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Simon J. Cambridge on an unspoken history: one that is implied but never fully realized

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"Servant of Fire" is the first book in a series of three, covering the time of its hero, Korfax, upon the world of his birth, Uriel.