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The Rose Hotel

A vivid account of Iran’s 1979 revolution and a family’s struggles to make peace with their past.
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Sweetest Taboo: A Novel

SWEETEST TABOO begins with a preface by Claire Stevens introducing the story that is to follow – the story of Isabel, Claire’s mother, as written in her diaries.
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Another Man’s Treasure

Thirty-three year old Audrey Nealon runs Another Man’s Treasure, a rather unique business that handles estate sales.
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Book of the Sky God

An action-packed, cinematic work of sci-fi, Book of the Sky God follows not one protagonist in particular, but rather offers a broader view of the apocalypse as a whole.
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Banking on Paris

Fifty-year-old Bob Johnson, successful executive and the only French-speaking executive in his office, arrives in Paris one week ahead of a multi-billion dollar bank acquisition deal.
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Collide

Gail Mc Hugh’s tale about a young college graduate trying to figure out her love life, gives a glimpse into the life of twenty-something characters that are torn between carousing and growing up.
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The Never Fable

Steven Brandsdorfer's The Never Fable begins, in a sense, with the ending.
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The Kronos Interference

Doctor Jacob Newman is on his way to make a presentation when a man, who claims to be a friend of his grandfather’s, stops him and asks him about “Landsberg”.
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Things Go Wrong For Me (When life hands you lemons, add vodka)

Author Rodney Lacroix tells (and shows) all in this collection of offbeat, outrageous and entertaining random thoughts and life experiences that take the form of short stories, cartoons, electronic drawings and photographs – original and digitally manipulated.
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Wait for Me

Kate Alexander finds her life thrown into a whirlwind when she discovers the man whom she believed to be her husband of seven years, was an imposter and the life she has led for the past five years has been a lie.
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Life of the Party

“Life of the Party” is a dark, angst-filled coming-of-age tale that follows the tumultuous life of Mackenzie, a seventeen-year-old on the brink of freedom from the childhood annoyances that have long plagued her.
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Chaste

A tender and caring look at two teenagers trying to cope with difficult situations in a world where mistakes can have real and damaging consequences.
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Shaken, Not Stirred

A spellbinding fictional account of Ian Fleming’s early intelligence and writing career during World War II.
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APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur - How To Publish a Book

Kawasaki, the author of 11 previous books, and Welch, an author and developer of several iOS apps, look at self-publishing from every angle, leaving no stone unturned.
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Gathering Strength: Conversations With Afghan Women

"Gathering Strength" lifts the veils from all of Afghanistan's female population through conversations with a cross-section of Afghan women from her visits to the country in 2003 and 2010.
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Provenance

PROVENANCE is the history of a painting, from its creation in Amsterdam in1641 to its discovery in 1990 in a hallway of an administrative building of small college in Brooklyn.
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Lauren Takes Leave

In this humorous tale, the protagonist is overwhelmed and under-appreciated by her husband, two children and job.
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Following in the Footsteps of God

"Following in the Footsteps of God" is a no-nonsense guide to those of us on a spiritual journey.
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True

Author Melinda Field’s beautifully written story begins with the plight of Caterina Ramos, a habitually neglected teenager living with her heroine-addicted mother in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
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Oxford Whispers

College student Madison LeBon has always had a connection with the dead because of her heritage of voodoo and psychic abilities, but Madison finds herself unable to ignore a calling from the past after her first day in history class and a lesson about a famous painting.
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The Soul's Mark: Found

A fresh take on the classic fantasy story, but with revitalized interpretations of the mysterious world of vampires and witches.
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What's Your Book?

WHAT’S YOUR BOOK? is a concise and no-nonsense guide to managing the basics-from understanding your hurdles and completing your writing project to following through with publishing and marketing.
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Lost in the '90s

High School Senior Kurt Peregrin begins his night singing with his band at the Hazel Park High School’s 2012 Spring Fling dance; but after a dive off stage he ends up at HPHS spring dance of 1994.
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Amidst Traffic

From an old man collecting drinking straws three at a time to a pair of Chicago drug addicts fairing poorly in their attempt to raise a child, nearly everyone involved in this collection of connected short stories cannot seem to shake the feeling that something bigger than themselves is going on.