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Corkscrew Ridge

A stirring and beguiling portrayal of a man’s journey and quiet transformation.
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25 Perfect Days

Say goodbye to the Zombie Apocalypse and take a good look at a far more frightening alternative.
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The Genius and the Muse

When Kate Mitchell decided to research the mysterious portrait in the student gallery, she had no idea how her life would change. She thought she knew what she wanted in life. She had a great boyfriend, a promising career, and a clear path.
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How I Lost My Uterus and Found My Voice

At 26, author Michelle Whitlock was living a “normal” life; she had a job in retail, great friends, and a loving family. Then, with the discovery that she had invasive cervical cancer, everything changed.
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Finding My Voice: My Journey Through Grief to Grace

In a work that began as therapy and became a beautiful tribute to her husband, Nita Whitaker explores her life, marriage to Don LaFontaine, her grief and journey to ‘find her voice’ after his death.
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Spoon and the Moon

SPOON and the MOON leaves behind the realm of children’s nursery rhyme becoming a seductive and fanciful tale about protagonists longing for fulfillment and satisfaction in their lives.
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A Gift of Wings

Lucinda "Lucky" Monroe has just had to put her grandmother -- the woman who raised her after her mother died giving birth -- in an assisted care facility because the older woman's Alzheimer's has made looking after her too difficult.
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The Hormone Shift

Cutillo, who has worked in the health field for 23 years, unravels the mystery of how hormones work in this comprehensive and user-friendly book for women of all ages and stages.
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My Prison Without Bars: The Journey of a Damaged Woman to Someplace Normal

The harrowing tale of a young girl brutally raped and abused by her stepfather, and her efforts to find a normal life as she gets older, despite repeated encounters with sexual violence, rape and abuse at the hands of boyfriends.
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Too Dark to Sleep

Maggie Quinn is a strong, complex character. A former Chicago detective pushing hard to solve a case, although she has had to turn in her gun and shield.
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2084

Sleek, stylish, realistic and ominous, "2084" is an Orwellian world on steroids.
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No Character Limit

"No Character Limit" is a collection of poetry and short prose, interspersed with writing tips and authors' notes, from the WriteGirl project.
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Little Chef Cooks: I Can Cook Too!

A book aimed at the very youngest chefs. It is full of simple recipes that allow for a substantial amount of child participation, with an introduction containing tips for the adult helper.
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The Hunger Year

In this picturesque historical novel, author Lee Conrad Kemsley depicts life and its hardships during an especially arduous time in American history.
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Watch Me Disappear

A wry, entertaining portrayal of modern teenage life through the eyes of Lizzie Richards, a senior starting a new life at yet another school.
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The Boston 395

"The Boston 395" is a fantasy novel set primarily on a mysterious train that takes people on a trip through their memories.
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Hunting with Lawn Darts

Thirtysomething Chad Jordan suffers from a terrible affliction: he’s a good Catholic boy suffering from terminal sensitivity and old-fashioned values.
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Graveyard Shift

Lana Harvey is a reaper of souls. Escorting the recently deceased to their places of eternal rest, Lana has a distinct, albeit minor, place in the machinations of the afterlife.
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Hippie Boy

A young girl’s coming of age story showing her struggles as she grows up with a religious fanatic mother, a step-father she can’t stand and the man she idealizes – her father.
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Trailing: A Memoir

"Trailing" is a wonderfully realized memoir about a woman’s struggle to obtain a stronger sense of self, save her marriage and her family, but more than anything, to save herself.