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THREAD FOR PEARLS: A Story of Resilient Hope

A bildungsroman set in the tumult of the 1960s and 1970s, as a young girl becomes a young woman after traveling the globe, watching others fight for justice, and living with a family of colorful characters.
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THE MIND OF GOD

Follow Elizabeth Greene as she tracks clues left by her suddenly missing father in THE MIND OF GOD.
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THE LONG ROAD

Drawing from his own life experiences with mental illness, author Daniel B. Oliver obliterates the stigmatization surrounding mental health issues in an honest account of one man’s battle with deciphering reality from menacing thoughts while inspiring hope for other sufferers in THE LONG ROAD.
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THE FAT LADY’S LOW, SAD SONG

An aging baseball player, who is magic at bat, helps a female pitcher on his independent minor league team achieve greatness as both strive for major league attention.
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THE THIRD LAW

When his wife and son are killed in the crossfire of a drug hit, a former military commando exacts methodical revenge against a Colombian cartel boss.
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HOW TO MEDITATE AND WHY

In HOW TO MEDITATE AND WHY author Mara M. Zimmerman teaches readers how to achieve mindfulness with ease and grace – in little time.
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SEEKING FATHER KHALIQ

Set during the Arab Spring and encompassing aspects of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity, SEEKING FATHER KHALIQ is an allegorical novel about an Egyptian philosophy professor’s search for truth.
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TINY TIM AND THE GHOST OF EBENEZER SCROOGE

TINY TIM AND THE GHOST OF EBENEZER SCROOGE: THE SEQUEL TO A CHRISTMAS CAROL is a story envisioning the life of Tiny Tim and the Cratchit family fourteen years after Ebenezer Scrooge’s memorable Christmas Eve visitations.
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DOUBLE TROUBLE DOUBLE TROUBLE

DOUBLE TROUBLE DOUBLE TROUBLE by Joe Blevins is a children’s book about the antics of Charley and Mabel, two dogs who help teach young children the difference between good and bad.
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HOW TO SELF-PUBLISH A CHILDREN’S BOOK

Amazon best-selling author Yvonne Jones walks readers through all stages of the self-publishing process, from writing the blurb on the back of the book and finding an illustrator to the much-dreaded marketing.
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THE FATNESS

Easy to devour in one sitting, this tongue-and-cheek account of a BMI-obsessed society is both laughable and cringe-inducing.
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HUNTRESS

When a former high school student wakes up in the afterlife with no memories, she must learn to accept her new role as a demon hunter while trying to rediscover her identity, reform her relationship with God, and uncover the secrets behind the dangerous path.
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THE WASTE-WISE GARDENER

THE WASTE-WISE GARDENER is a reference book for the gardener who wants or needs to be economical with time, money, and work.
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MADE IN L.A.: STORIES ROOTED IN THE CITY OF ANGELS

MADE IN L.A.: STORIES ROOTED IN THE CITY OF ANGELS: Eleven stories born from the mythological, fickle and hollow heart of Los Angeles
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HAND OF SILVER, HAND OF GOLD

Set in a vividly depicted renaissance era Italian city of Bologna, HAND OF SILVER, HAND OF GOLD explores the city’s dark undertows through the eyes of lead character Orlando, as he slowly unravels the untold story of his family life and the problems facing his city, discovering his own strength of mind along the way.
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THE ROSE AND THE CRANE

The ROSE AND THE CRANE is a fast-paced action adventure that mashes fifteenth-century Japan with the War of the Roses.
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RACE FOR THE MIND

A team of scientists and executives work on bringing a cure to Alzheimer's to the market but find their path to success fraught with delays and setbacks.