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By Jena C. Henry

Charlotte McAntic spent her thirties, forties, and even fifties in peace and harmony aligning her marriage, mortgage, careers, and children. As she stumbles into a new phase of life—also known as the Golden Years—Charli cannot help but wonder where the gold and her husband, Pud, are hiding.

Pud is happily cruising down the retirement path that, for him, leads straight to the golf course. While Charli spends her days at home cleaning out closets and the basement, she yearns to gaze deeply into Pud’s blue eyes and remember all the reasons why she fell in love with him thirty years ago. Unfortunately, the only thing Pud is eying is the next fairway. Knowing there is more to savor in retirement than silver-hair shampoos, senior discounts, and hernia surgery, Charli embarks on a quest to do whatever it takes to spend retirement in the embrace of the man she loves. But is it too late for happily ever after?

In this humorous novel, a high-energy wife and her solid guy must learn to adjust to a new chapter in their lives and find their way back into each other’s hearts after their retirement begins with a jolt.


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By Don Miers
Buzz Meyers grew up in the 1960s, so it should be no surprise what he’s all about: baseball, sex, rock ’n’ roll—and baseball.

Toiling at different jobs, he can’t help but think how wonderful it would be to work at a ballpark, and he gets his chance when he becomes the sales and concessions manager for the Hampton Roads Monitors, a minor-league team near Virginia Beach.

He might not be a player, but this is the next best thing, and while he puts in long hours, he also gets the chance to party and meet baseball legends, upcoming stars, and a cast of unforgettable characters.

The longer he stays in the business, the more he realizes he’s partying a little too much, and he starts trying new things, including giving back to his community, lecturing, acting, singing, and even hosting his own radio show.

When he runs for elected office at the same time his team is engaged in a heated pennant race, he has no idea what to expect. But no matter what happens, he can bask in the satisfaction of having lived a major-league life in the minors.

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By Don Miers
Buzz Meyers grew up in the 1960s, so it should be no surprise what he’s all about: baseball, sex, rock ’n’ roll—and baseball.

Toiling at different jobs, he can’t help but think how wonderful it would be to work at a ballpark, and he gets his chance when he becomes the sales and concessions manager for the Hampton Roads Monitors, a minor-league team near Virginia Beach.

He might not be a player, but this is the next best thing, and while he puts in long hours, he also gets the chance to party and meet baseball legends, upcoming stars, and a cast of unforgettable characters.

The longer he stays in the business, the more he realizes he’s partying a little too much, and he starts trying new things, including giving back to his community, lecturing, acting, singing, and even hosting his own radio show.

When he runs for elected office at the same time his team is engaged in a heated pennant race, he has no idea what to expect. But no matter what happens, he can bask in the satisfaction of having lived a major-league life in the minors.

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By Don Miers
Buzz Meyers grew up in the 1960s, so it should be no surprise what he’s all about: baseball, sex, rock ’n’ roll—and baseball.

Toiling at different jobs, he can’t help but think how wonderful it would be to work at a ballpark, and he gets his chance when he becomes the sales and concessions manager for the Hampton Roads Monitors, a minor-league team near Virginia Beach.

He might not be a player, but this is the next best thing, and while he puts in long hours, he also gets the chance to party and meet baseball legends, upcoming stars, and a cast of unforgettable characters.

The longer he stays in the business, the more he realizes he’s partying a little too much, and he starts trying new things, including giving back to his community, lecturing, acting, singing, and even hosting his own radio show.

When he runs for elected office at the same time his team is engaged in a heated pennant race, he has no idea what to expect. But no matter what happens, he can bask in the satisfaction of having lived a major-league life in the minors.

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By Susan Yorke

Herman Strickland is a die-hard English professor and self-professed nerd who lives and breathes science fiction, history, and rock and roll. As he meticulously tracks his daily activities in journals and battles a chronic health issue, he tackles the grammar and language problems of Colorado youth and attempts to make a difference in their lives.

Thanks to Alfred P. Handleman, his long-time friend who makes it his mission to keep him in line, Herman manages to remember most of his students’ names and somehow endures his troublesome physical ailments. One night when the threat of a tornado causes Herman to seek cover in his bathtub for the night, he passes the time by reflecting on a past filled with life lessons and a surprise encounter with his niece, Jade. But it is what happens after the tornado passes that will change everything in Herman’s life forever as he receives a shocking diagnosis.

Teacups and Sandstorms is the tale of one man’s journey through life as he fights a silent battle with Crohn’s Disease with help from a rather entertaining group of friends.


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By Satish Mallya
What happens when one’s internal profile is not always in harmony with the external world? Satyananda is a square peg in a round hole Born, raised and educated in India, Satyananda fails in his attempts to create an idealistic space for himself in his native country. Disillusioned by the intense competition in a system that is not always fair, he seeks a seemingly better life in the western world. Although inwardly encouraged by the opportunity to make a fresh beginning in Canada, optimism dampens when faced with the numerous challenges inherent in raising children in an unfamiliar environment. It is a continuous struggle for him and his wife to maintain their language and traditions in a foreign culture so as to pass them on to the next generation. Caught between two cultures, Satyananda turns to the spiritual domain for solace. Even here, he perceives a disparity between the real and the ideal compelling him to rebel against the status quo.
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By Susan Yorke

Herman Strickland is a die-hard English professor and self-professed nerd who lives and breathes science fiction, history, and rock and roll. As he meticulously tracks his daily activities in journals and battles a chronic health issue, he tackles the grammar and language problems of Colorado youth and attempts to make a difference in their lives.

Thanks to Alfred P. Handleman, his long-time friend who makes it his mission to keep him in line, Herman manages to remember most of his students’ names and somehow endures his troublesome physical ailments. One night when the threat of a tornado causes Herman to seek cover in his bathtub for the night, he passes the time by reflecting on a past filled with life lessons and a surprise encounter with his niece, Jade. But it is what happens after the tornado passes that will change everything in Herman’s life forever as he receives a shocking diagnosis.

Teacups and Sandstorms is the tale of one man’s journey through life as he fights a silent battle with Crohn’s Disease with help from a rather entertaining group of friends.


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By Satish Mallya
What happens when one’s internal profile is not always in harmony with the external world? Satyananda is a square peg in a round hole Born, raised and educated in India, Satyananda fails in his attempts to create an idealistic space for himself in his native country. Disillusioned by the intense competition in a system that is not always fair, he seeks a seemingly better life in the western world. Although inwardly encouraged by the opportunity to make a fresh beginning in Canada, optimism dampens when faced with the numerous challenges inherent in raising children in an unfamiliar environment. It is a continuous struggle for him and his wife to maintain their language and traditions in a foreign culture so as to pass them on to the next generation. Caught between two cultures, Satyananda turns to the spiritual domain for solace. Even here, he perceives a disparity between the real and the ideal compelling him to rebel against the status quo.
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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 Stephen Ostrow
When professional magician Irving Flax uses a fiery magic trick to thwart a convenience store robbery, he gets arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. What follows is the outrageously funny, extremely satirical and altogether fascinating story of a man trying to extricate himself from a legal system that may be broken beyond repair. Joining the high-speed adventure are Irving’s family (wait until you meet his mother), his lawyer (of questionable origin), his benefactor (who will resort to anything to increase his fortune), his rabbi (who wants to have Irving excommunicated), and a variety of savory and unsavory characters, with special guest appearances by a host of show business personalities. And you will have a back-stage view of Irving’s magical performances where most of his illusions work, most of the time. This is a laugh-out-loud story that pokes serious fun at everything. It is a novel best read by humans. Here’s what some readers are saying about Magic Irving and His Magic Shoppe: “This is the funniest, most intelligent and thought provoking book ever written.” -Monica Ostrow, wife of the author “Magic Shoppe tickled me silly.” -Mark Twain (or someone posing as Mark Twain) “I do not appreciate how author Stephen Ostrow treats the justice system.” -J. Edgar Hoover (if he were still alive) “In Magic Shoppe, Stephen Ostrow makes Judaism seem fun. I didn’t teach him that.” -Rabbi Joseph Schwindall Stephen Ostrow’s former rabbi “Stephen Ostrow sent me a copy of Magic Shoppe, but I did not read it.” -Former U.S. President Jorge V. Bushwacker
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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 Stephen Ostrow
When professional magician Irving Flax uses a fiery magic trick to thwart a convenience store robbery, he gets arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. What follows is the outrageously funny, extremely satirical and altogether fascinating story of a man trying to extricate himself from a legal system that may be broken beyond repair. Joining the high-speed adventure are Irving’s family (wait until you meet his mother), his lawyer (of questionable origin), his benefactor (who will resort to anything to increase his fortune), his rabbi (who wants to have Irving excommunicated), and a variety of savory and unsavory characters, with special guest appearances by a host of show business personalities. And you will have a back-stage view of Irving’s magical performances where most of his illusions work, most of the time. This is a laugh-out-loud story that pokes serious fun at everything. It is a novel best read by humans. Here’s what some readers are saying about Magic Irving and His Magic Shoppe: “This is the funniest, most intelligent and thought provoking book ever written.” -Monica Ostrow, wife of the author “Magic Shoppe tickled me silly.” -Mark Twain (or someone posing as Mark Twain) “I do not appreciate how author Stephen Ostrow treats the justice system.” -J. Edgar Hoover (if he were still alive) “In Magic Shoppe, Stephen Ostrow makes Judaism seem fun. I didn’t teach him that.” -Rabbi Joseph Schwindall Stephen Ostrow’s former rabbi “Stephen Ostrow sent me a copy of Magic Shoppe, but I did not read it.” -Former U.S. President Jorge V. Bushwacker
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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 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 Kevin Zdrill

When thirty-year-old independent web designer Larissa Androshchuk separates from her husband after nine months, one day, and a morning, she blames it on the Ukrainian curse that has dogged her family for generations; she believes that all Androshchuks are destined to fail at whatever they do.

Larissa moves back to her former room in the basement of her parents’ Manitoba house, where she starts posting a blog venting her fears and frustrations. In spite of her uncertain and possibly ill-fated future, she is determined to break free of the family shackles. Larissa embarks on a complete makeover as a prelude to a triumphant return to the dating scene, turning for help to her best friend, Bernadette; her Internet-savvy cousin Garth; her middle-aged diva aunt Tina; and her ninety-one-year-old pierogi-making baba. But the men she encounters turn out to be even more damaged than her ego. Meanwhile, Larissa’s father unabashedly takes to restoring the tarp covered twenty-year old Chrysler in the backyard to ensure her stay in their house will be short-lived, making her life even more uncomfortable.

When an unexpected opportunity presents itself, Larissa sees this as her last shot to take control and leap free from her fate. But can she escape the curse long enough to turn her life around?


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