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By Kevin Carroll

In the late summer of 1862, after a series of victories culminating in the Union Army’s rout at Second Manassas, General Lee and his commanders meet with President Davis and Secretary of State Judah Benjamin near that blood-soaked battleground to arrange a highly controversial and risky campaign for the fall. General Lee agrees to divide his Army of Northern Virginia by sending his most trusted general, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, to Kentucky with three Divisions by railcars to Knoxville, Tennessee. Jackson’s Corps is ordered to march into Kentucky and meet with two other Confederate armies, those of Braxton Bragg and Kirby Smith, to secure that state for the Confederacy.

In 1862 The Confederates Strike Back, author Kevin Carroll offers a fictional work of military history that envisions what might have happened if commanders at the time had made other choices. The story journeys through a series of hypothetical historical events once the Battle of Second Manassas is complete.

Laced with military strategy, tactical maneuvering, and unforeseen complications caused by the fog of war, 1862 The Confederates Strike Back is complete with details on orders of battle that were accurate in late summer of 1862. It presents a realistic and plausible alternative to the historical events as they occurred. Can General Lee hold on and buy the time Jackson needs to complete his mission and return to Virginia? Will the risky strategy backfire on the South? Will the Confederacy achieve Independence?


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By Richard W. Ellison

As his family scatters far and wide, sixteen-year-old John Gannon is ready for his next adventure. After he travels to Kansas City to attend high school, he successfully enables his athletically gifted American Indian friends, James Blue Eagle and Mercury Monet, to be accepted at the same school.

Inspired by dreams of attending college in North Carolina and becoming a writer, John immerses himself in his classes and the high school track team. But when his Indian friends are brutally attacked, John advises them to return to their South Dakota reservation for protection. Instead, they choose France at the height of World War I where they become known as “the Moles.” Alone, John faces off with a bully and pursues his writing dreams—until the flu pandemic brings Kansas City to its knees. As tragedy strikes the Gannon family and the Great Depression begins, John enters college where he must cope with a fracturing family, financial hardship, and a bold decision that will stun everyone around him.

In this continuing saga, a young man intent on achieving his American dream must learn to survive within tumultuous times as the world deals with war, disease, and financial challenges greater than anyone ever imagined.


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By Richard W. Ellison

As his family scatters far and wide, sixteen-year-old John Gannon is ready for his next adventure. After he travels to Kansas City to attend high school, he successfully enables his athletically gifted American Indian friends, James Blue Eagle and Mercury Monet, to be accepted at the same school.

Inspired by dreams of attending college in North Carolina and becoming a writer, John immerses himself in his classes and the high school track team. But when his Indian friends are brutally attacked, John advises them to return to their South Dakota reservation for protection. Instead, they choose France at the height of World War I where they become known as “the Moles.” Alone, John faces off with a bully and pursues his writing dreams—until the flu pandemic brings Kansas City to its knees. As tragedy strikes the Gannon family and the Great Depression begins, John enters college where he must cope with a fracturing family, financial hardship, and a bold decision that will stun everyone around him.

In this continuing saga, a young man intent on achieving his American dream must learn to survive within tumultuous times as the world deals with war, disease, and financial challenges greater than anyone ever imagined.


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By Richard McClements

Sean Devaney takes his first breath in 1895 without any idea of the twists and turns his life will eventually take. As he grows up on a farm outside New York City, Sean learns that there is no substitute for character. It is only after he enters Columbia University that the rumblings of a World War begin in Europe, influencing the direction of Sean’s life forever.

The day after his college graduation, Sean walks into a Marine Corps recruiting station, shakes destiny’s hand, and is soon transported to France where he must face death on a grand scale. Yet in the midst of the dark indescribable horrors of war, he finds a bright light in Lynn, a beautiful Red Cross nurse who seems destined to be his bride. But when tragedy intervenes and destroys his plans, Sean embarks on a revengeful journey with the power to destroy not only him, but also anyone else who crosses his path. As life comes full circle, Sean reflects on his life, with help from a new friend, as he contemplates the biggest decision he has ever had to make.

In this historical saga, a young man struggles to finds himself through great adversity as a world war rages and teaches him the value of life, love, and loss.


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By Marilyn Hering

After Eleanor Kirov loses both a baby and her marriage, she and her father decide to leave Paterson, New Jersey, to run an inherited tea plantation in South Carolina. Ready for a change, an adventure, and to take her mind off the past, Eleanor arrives at the neglected and overgrown plantation where she silently pledges to see the possibilities in everything.

A week later, Eleanor opens the door to Lukas McKendrick, who offers to help the inexperienced plantation owners. Lukas, who is the wealthiest and loneliest man around, soon finds himself attracted to Eleanor—not only because she is beautiful, but also because of her newfound exuberance for growing tea. As the tea crop succeeds and she becomes involved with the Gullah culture, Lukas quickly falls in love with Eleanor without her knowledge. As a chain of events sends her back to Paterson, Eleanor is led down a new path where she learns the truth and finally understands the meaning of love.

A Woman Endures shares the poignant conclusion to the tale of a progressive woman as she faces new challenges and comes to realize that no matter what comes her way, she will endure.

Blue Ink Press, A Woman Possessed.
“The author brilliantly traces Eleanor’s decline from a strong woman of character to a spoiled socialite with one man on her mind...Author Marilyn Hering writes confidently and with authority...this expertly constructed narrative combines many of the elements of great story telling.”


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By Kevin Carroll

In the late summer of 1862, after a series of victories culminating in the Union Army’s rout at Second Manassas, General Lee and his commanders meet with President Davis and Secretary of State Judah Benjamin near that blood-soaked battleground to arrange a highly controversial and risky campaign for the fall. General Lee agrees to divide his Army of Northern Virginia by sending his most trusted general, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, to Kentucky with three Divisions by railcars to Knoxville, Tennessee. Jackson’s Corps is ordered to march into Kentucky and meet with two other Confederate armies, those of Braxton Bragg and Kirby Smith, to secure that state for the Confederacy.

In 1862 The Confederates Strike Back, author Kevin Carroll offers a fictional work of military history that envisions what might have happened if commanders at the time had made other choices. The story journeys through a series of hypothetical historical events once the Battle of Second Manassas is complete.

Laced with military strategy, tactical maneuvering, and unforeseen complications caused by the fog of war, 1862 The Confederates Strike Back is complete with details on orders of battle that were accurate in late summer of 1862. It presents a realistic and plausible alternative to the historical events as they occurred. Can General Lee hold on and buy the time Jackson needs to complete his mission and return to Virginia? Will the risky strategy backfire on the South? Will the Confederacy achieve Independence?


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By Kevin Carroll

In the late summer of 1862, after a series of victories culminating in the Union Army’s rout at Second Manassas, General Lee and his commanders meet with President Davis and Secretary of State Judah Benjamin near that blood-soaked battleground to arrange a highly controversial and risky campaign for the fall. General Lee agrees to divide his Army of Northern Virginia by sending his most trusted general, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, to Kentucky with three Divisions by railcars to Knoxville, Tennessee. Jackson’s Corps is ordered to march into Kentucky and meet with two other Confederate armies, those of Braxton Bragg and Kirby Smith, to secure that state for the Confederacy.

In 1862 The Confederates Strike Back, author Kevin Carroll offers a fictional work of military history that envisions what might have happened if commanders at the time had made other choices. The story journeys through a series of hypothetical historical events once the Battle of Second Manassas is complete.

Laced with military strategy, tactical maneuvering, and unforeseen complications caused by the fog of war, 1862 The Confederates Strike Back is complete with details on orders of battle that were accurate in late summer of 1862. It presents a realistic and plausible alternative to the historical events as they occurred. Can General Lee hold on and buy the time Jackson needs to complete his mission and return to Virginia? Will the risky strategy backfire on the South? Will the Confederacy achieve Independence?


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By Richard McClements

Sean Devaney takes his first breath in 1895 without any idea of the twists and turns his life will eventually take. As he grows up on a farm outside New York City, Sean learns that there is no substitute for character. It is only after he enters Columbia University that the rumblings of a World War begin in Europe, influencing the direction of Sean’s life forever.

The day after his college graduation, Sean walks into a Marine Corps recruiting station, shakes destiny’s hand, and is soon transported to France where he must face death on a grand scale. Yet in the midst of the dark indescribable horrors of war, he finds a bright light in Lynn, a beautiful Red Cross nurse who seems destined to be his bride. But when tragedy intervenes and destroys his plans, Sean embarks on a revengeful journey with the power to destroy not only him, but also anyone else who crosses his path. As life comes full circle, Sean reflects on his life, with help from a new friend, as he contemplates the biggest decision he has ever had to make.

In this historical saga, a young man struggles to finds himself through great adversity as a world war rages and teaches him the value of life, love, and loss.


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By Claude Walker

July 24, 1915. Chicago’s deadliest day, far worse than the Great Fire. The SS Eastland - a poorly-designed, overcrowded lake steamer - capsized without warning in the heart of downtown Chicago, killing 844 people preparing for a company picnic. The victims - mostly young immigrants who toiled long hours in Western Electric’s Hawthorne Works - and the disaster itself were largely forgotten to the mists of time.

But on the 100th anniversary of the tragedy, a quake strikes below Chicago, a purple flash emanates from a “mystery hole” in the Chicago River and an inexplicable hazmat event strikes a Chinatown diner. Thus begins Chicago’s shocking reintroduction to the horror of July 24, 1915, and a commemoration of the victims.

The Eastland Water Spirits is a parable about memories and stories which refuse to disappear. It explores our ancestors’ impact on each of us, like it or not. It celebrates our connectedness over time and space, using water and spirits to tell the tale.


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By Beth Perkovich

It is the 1890s and Evie Logan is attempting to escape an arranged marriage to the arrogant and nasty William Douglas. A month after she dons a disguise, flees Philadelphia, and travels two thousand miles to begin anew as a chef in the Wild West, she has no idea that chance is about to lead her straight to a head-knocking encounter with William’s cousin, Jackson.

Jackson, who is already aware William is offering a hefty reward for Evie’s return, quickly realizes her true identity. Intrigued by her red hair and natural beauty, Jackson offers her a chance to escape her lustful boss and become his personal cook. Seemingly left with no other choice, Evie accepts and begins a new chapter once again, this time in Ironton, where she and Jackson eventually stage a fake wedding in an effort to rid her of William once and for all. But there are just two little problems: William has not given up his pursuit of the feisty woman he intends to make his wife and Jackson is falling in love with Evie.

In this historical romance, a rebellious young woman fleeing a marriage of convenience is led to a new destiny where she discovers that love always comes when one is least expecting it.


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By Beth Perkovich

It is the 1890s and Evie Logan is attempting to escape an arranged marriage to the arrogant and nasty William Douglas. A month after she dons a disguise, flees Philadelphia, and travels two thousand miles to begin anew as a chef in the Wild West, she has no idea that chance is about to lead her straight to a head-knocking encounter with William’s cousin, Jackson.

Jackson, who is already aware William is offering a hefty reward for Evie’s return, quickly realizes her true identity. Intrigued by her red hair and natural beauty, Jackson offers her a chance to escape her lustful boss and become his personal cook. Seemingly left with no other choice, Evie accepts and begins a new chapter once again, this time in Ironton, where she and Jackson eventually stage a fake wedding in an effort to rid her of William once and for all. But there are just two little problems: William has not given up his pursuit of the feisty woman he intends to make his wife and Jackson is falling in love with Evie.

In this historical romance, a rebellious young woman fleeing a marriage of convenience is led to a new destiny where she discovers that love always comes when one is least expecting it.


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By Jenny B. Tilbury

Opening day of the Fleur-de-Lis Ladies Garden Club of the French Quarter gives fifty lucky women a chance to express their inner southern divas. As longtime member Stephanie Lewis steps into a luxurious condo to begin a new season of the garden club, she has no idea of the drama and life changes that await her.

Stephanie, a community volunteer and socialite, is convinced that proper civilization ends at the New Orleans city limits. Her friends and fellow members consist of Gloria Vincent, a wealthy widow who manages two international businesses, and Dolores Delacroix, a successful business owner and master gardener who drinks like a sailor. As the roots of improbable friendships grow deeper, the women discover there is more to every life than what appears on the surface. When a chain of events transforms Stephanie’s life and the existence of the garden club forever, each of the women learns that she must first examine the past and face the present before she can ever embrace future possibilities.

In this heartwarming story, the ladies of a French Quarter garden club depend upon reliance, grace, and the bonds of their sisterhood to courageously deal with life’s unexpected twists and turns.

For more information visit:

www.welcometothegardenclub.com.


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By Sadie Montgomery

Invited to London by the Duke and Duchess of Lancaster, Erik is resigned to working on the Duke’s amateur opera, but he is not prepared to face two figures from his past, Dr. Richmond and Celeste Renoit.

Sculptress and murderer, Celeste Renoit, like Erik, was once interned in Dr. Richmond’s asylum in Austria. Now with the patronage of London society, she prepares for an exhibition of her work: a series of busts based on Erik’s unmasked face.

No less disturbing is the rumor that Dr. Richmond is working on a manuscript of his most interesting cases, including that of the Phantom of the Opera.

But darker deeds may be in store for Erik and his family. For bodies have been found floating in the river, drained of blood, their faces mutilated.


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By Jenny B. Tilbury

Opening day of the Fleur-de-Lis Ladies Garden Club of the French Quarter gives fifty lucky women a chance to express their inner southern divas. As longtime member Stephanie Lewis steps into a luxurious condo to begin a new season of the garden club, she has no idea of the drama and life changes that await her.

Stephanie, a community volunteer and socialite, is convinced that proper civilization ends at the New Orleans city limits. Her friends and fellow members consist of Gloria Vincent, a wealthy widow who manages two international businesses, and Dolores Delacroix, a successful business owner and master gardener who drinks like a sailor. As the roots of improbable friendships grow deeper, the women discover there is more to every life than what appears on the surface. When a chain of events transforms Stephanie’s life and the existence of the garden club forever, each of the women learns that she must first examine the past and face the present before she can ever embrace future possibilities.

In this heartwarming story, the ladies of a French Quarter garden club depend upon reliance, grace, and the bonds of their sisterhood to courageously deal with life’s unexpected twists and turns.

For more information visit:

www.welcometothegardenclub.com.


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By Sadie Montgomery

Invited to London by the Duke and Duchess of Lancaster, Erik is resigned to working on the Duke’s amateur opera, but he is not prepared to face two figures from his past, Dr. Richmond and Celeste Renoit.

Sculptress and murderer, Celeste Renoit, like Erik, was once interned in Dr. Richmond’s asylum in Austria. Now with the patronage of London society, she prepares for an exhibition of her work: a series of busts based on Erik’s unmasked face.

No less disturbing is the rumor that Dr. Richmond is working on a manuscript of his most interesting cases, including that of the Phantom of the Opera.

But darker deeds may be in store for Erik and his family. For bodies have been found floating in the river, drained of blood, their faces mutilated.


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