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By John Friesen
Life is seemingly only a feeling and nothing more. Unfortunately some have to learn that the hard way.

Following the tragic loss of a sister, which some hold him accountable for; the collapse of his family; the sudden calling off of a wedding; a suicide attempt; some combat in Afghanistan; a bank robbery; and a stint in Alcoholics Anonymous, a young and successful architect and aspiring artist clashes with the thoughts that he’s always believed kept him safe and protected, and with a feel that’s constantly confirming to him that his life has become worse than death itself.

After deciding to leave his home country of Canada; and to withdraw from his career and secure way of life, he heads off to France, which ultimately turns into an unexpected journey that takes him throughout Europe and into Asia where he stumbles across numerous characters, including a South American pet monkey of an ex-soldier transport truck fanatic from Bhutan, who all lead by example and inadvertently teach him how to acquire the feel that could finally make his dreams come true.

Yet before that happens, he gets mixed-up with an unpredictable on-stress-leave madman banker from Doha, Qatar who takes him, and even the monkey hostage, and drags them to Bosnia and beyond. During the course of this journey the architect realizes that getting as close to death as possible without experiencing it, and seeing the world as a mere theatre are the only ways for him to possibly reverse his fortunes and to obtain the feel that’s not only capable of painting the portrait of his visions, but also strong enough to see his destructive train of thoughts come to a crashing end.

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By John Friesen
Life is seemingly only a feeling and nothing more. Unfortunately some have to learn that the hard way.

Following the tragic loss of a sister, which some hold him accountable for; the collapse of his family; the sudden calling off of a wedding; a suicide attempt; some combat in Afghanistan; a bank robbery; and a stint in Alcoholics Anonymous, a young and successful architect and aspiring artist clashes with the thoughts that he’s always believed kept him safe and protected, and with a feel that’s constantly confirming to him that his life has become worse than death itself.

After deciding to leave his home country of Canada; and to withdraw from his career and secure way of life, he heads off to France, which ultimately turns into an unexpected journey that takes him throughout Europe and into Asia where he stumbles across numerous characters, including a South American pet monkey of an ex-soldier transport truck fanatic from Bhutan, who all lead by example and inadvertently teach him how to acquire the feel that could finally make his dreams come true.

Yet before that happens, he gets mixed-up with an unpredictable on-stress-leave madman banker from Doha, Qatar who takes him, and even the monkey hostage, and drags them to Bosnia and beyond. During the course of this journey the architect realizes that getting as close to death as possible without experiencing it, and seeing the world as a mere theatre are the only ways for him to possibly reverse his fortunes and to obtain the feel that’s not only capable of painting the portrait of his visions, but also strong enough to see his destructive train of thoughts come to a crashing end.

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By John Friesen
Life is seemingly only a feeling and nothing more. Unfortunately some have to learn that the hard way.

Following the tragic loss of a sister, which some hold him accountable for; the collapse of his family; the sudden calling off of a wedding; a suicide attempt; some combat in Afghanistan; a bank robbery; and a stint in Alcoholics Anonymous, a young and successful architect and aspiring artist clashes with the thoughts that he’s always believed kept him safe and protected, and with a feel that’s constantly confirming to him that his life has become worse than death itself.

After deciding to leave his home country of Canada; and to withdraw from his career and secure way of life, he heads off to France, which ultimately turns into an unexpected journey that takes him throughout Europe and into Asia where he stumbles across numerous characters, including a South American pet monkey of an ex-soldier transport truck fanatic from Bhutan, who all lead by example and inadvertently teach him how to acquire the feel that could finally make his dreams come true.

Yet before that happens, he gets mixed-up with an unpredictable on-stress-leave madman banker from Doha, Qatar who takes him, and even the monkey hostage, and drags them to Bosnia and beyond. During the course of this journey the architect realizes that getting as close to death as possible without experiencing it, and seeing the world as a mere theatre are the only ways for him to possibly reverse his fortunes and to obtain the feel that’s not only capable of painting the portrait of his visions, but also strong enough to see his destructive train of thoughts come to a crashing end.

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By Madison C. Brightwell

Our heroine Alice is catapulted by a succession of terrifying events on to an extraordinary journey, to find the reincarnated soul of her lost and beloved brother. To aid her, she is given a magical box with six mysterious clues written in different languages, the answers to which will complete a crossword puzzle. Alice is hampered by suffering from a terrible and fatal disease, currently wiping out most of her generation in Britain, which gives her only a few months to live. Nevertheless, knowing that Clair will have a message providing the cure for her disease, Alice struggles through untold obstacles to reach her brother.

Her journey takes her from England across the channel to Holland, then through Europe to Austria and Italy, and further East to the mysterious world of Katmandu in Nepal. On her travels Alice meets many different people - some friendly, some helpful, some untrustworthy and some downright bizarre. Her outer journey is mirrored by the inner journey of dreams and revelations, both of which help her to gradually solve the clues. Her experiences are sometimes strange and otherworldly, and sometimes frighteningly real. With every event she encounters and every obstacle she must endure, Alice learns valuable lessons, and she begins to acquire a new bravery compassion and understanding.


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By Madison C. Brightwell

The Most Diminutive of Birds – set in London and Yorkshire, England, is a dark psychological thriller that traces one woman’s descent into hell and back again. Three families are forever affected when their lives intertwine in unexpected ways, and they are forced to face their inner and outer demons. A detective is linked by his obsession to the killer he is searching for, a figure seemingly elusive but strangely present. The reader is drawn inexorably into the mind of the killer, and an empathy develops. Intimate in scope yet universal in theme, the novel shows how we all can be at the mercy of emotional forces beyond our control, and only by accepting the past that haunts us can we move into a brighter future.


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By Frank Sherry

Basil was a successful filmmaker and the golden child of an ordinary, middle class family until the day he was found naked and staring in his apartment one morning. No one knows how long Basil has been in this catatonic state. There is no indication of drug use or violence, so he is taken to a special institution to recover.

What his family and the doctors don’t realize is that Basil is on a supernatural journey of the subconscious, fraught with challenges, danger, and mystery. Somehow, Basil unleashed innumerable horrors on the world, and the only way to fight them is via his mind. If only he could remember how it all started …

Basil believes that if he could go back to the beginning, he could reverse his own decisions and therefore obliterate the evils he has produced. He is not alone on this voyage into the subconscious. Two major adversaries hope for his failure, as they, too, want control of the evil that threatens mankind.


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By Frank Sherry

Basil was a successful filmmaker and the golden child of an ordinary, middle class family until the day he was found naked and staring in his apartment one morning. No one knows how long Basil has been in this catatonic state. There is no indication of drug use or violence, so he is taken to a special institution to recover.

What his family and the doctors don’t realize is that Basil is on a supernatural journey of the subconscious, fraught with challenges, danger, and mystery. Somehow, Basil unleashed innumerable horrors on the world, and the only way to fight them is via his mind. If only he could remember how it all started …

Basil believes that if he could go back to the beginning, he could reverse his own decisions and therefore obliterate the evils he has produced. He is not alone on this voyage into the subconscious. Two major adversaries hope for his failure, as they, too, want control of the evil that threatens mankind.


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By Frank Sherry

Basil was a successful filmmaker and the golden child of an ordinary, middle class family until the day he was found naked and staring in his apartment one morning. No one knows how long Basil has been in this catatonic state. There is no indication of drug use or violence, so he is taken to a special institution to recover.

What his family and the doctors don’t realize is that Basil is on a supernatural journey of the subconscious, fraught with challenges, danger, and mystery. Somehow, Basil unleashed innumerable horrors on the world, and the only way to fight them is via his mind. If only he could remember how it all started …

Basil believes that if he could go back to the beginning, he could reverse his own decisions and therefore obliterate the evils he has produced. He is not alone on this voyage into the subconscious. Two major adversaries hope for his failure, as they, too, want control of the evil that threatens mankind.


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By Michael Cantwell

No one is more surprised than Philip Nason when an uprising occurs within the walls of a New York rehabilitation hospital. Moments after Phil, director of recreation, hears that a group of mostly paraplegic patients have staged a rebellion, he learns that the hospital’s director is furious and thinks the patients were inspired by Phil’s current-events reading program. Now with his job in jeopardy, Phil is torn between his desire to empower his patients and pleasing hospital bureaucrats.

After the rebel patients beg Phil to create an activity program to help them win the respect of hospital staff and improve their lives, he eventually complies. When Phil acts on a hunch and pops the end of a paint brush into young quadriplegic Clayton Thomas’s mouth, Clayton begins creating beautiful paintings inspired by the Bible. Phil, spurred by his artistic goals, begins developing a program to showcase the patients’ artwork. Now all he has to do is convince the hospital’s reluctant administrators that unleashing their patients’ creativity is a good thing.

In this inspiring story, hundreds of chronically ill patients realize the power of art while rising up against the stifling restrictions of institutional bureaucracy—with help from their determined recreational director.


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By Michael Cantwell

No one is more surprised than Philip Nason when an uprising occurs within the walls of a New York rehabilitation hospital. Moments after Phil, director of recreation, hears that a group of mostly paraplegic patients have staged a rebellion, he learns that the hospital’s director is furious and thinks the patients were inspired by Phil’s current-events reading program. Now with his job in jeopardy, Phil is torn between his desire to empower his patients and pleasing hospital bureaucrats.

After the rebel patients beg Phil to create an activity program to help them win the respect of hospital staff and improve their lives, he eventually complies. When Phil acts on a hunch and pops the end of a paint brush into young quadriplegic Clayton Thomas’s mouth, Clayton begins creating beautiful paintings inspired by the Bible. Phil, spurred by his artistic goals, begins developing a program to showcase the patients’ artwork. Now all he has to do is convince the hospital’s reluctant administrators that unleashing their patients’ creativity is a good thing.

In this inspiring story, hundreds of chronically ill patients realize the power of art while rising up against the stifling restrictions of institutional bureaucracy—with help from their determined recreational director.


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By Tom Baker

It is 1966, and Tim Halladay, in his senior year at William and Mary, is in the process of discovering his true sexuality. He spends his weekends living in the basement apartment of his aunt Blade’s Georgetown home. There, he uncovers the darker side of the nation’s capital, making forays into the Washington, DC, neighborhood of Foggy Bottom and meeting some brilliant, unforgettable men and women.

Tim has known since he was thirteen that he was born a twin and that his brother, Jeffrey, died in the delivery room after they were born prematurely. Over time, Tim’s curiosity about his unknown brother has grown dangerously close to an obsession. As he deals with the recent death of his theatrical mentor and worries about being drafted after his graduation—a prospect that makes him hesitant to apply to Yale’s drama school for graduate study—his fixation on Jeffrey continues to grow. Tim’s journey takes strange and adventurous turns as he goes from Arlington National Cemetery to Williamsburg at Christmas time, and then on a South American adventure with his aunt Blade.

Along the way, Paperwhite Narcissus delves into an exploration of narcissism, identity, and the doppelganger theory as one young man struggles to define himself.


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By Mark Jay Gang

In 1917, Bolshevik revolutionaries stormed the Russian palace of the Romanovs and killed the entire family—or maybe. There is much conjecture over the remains of the spirited youngest daughter, Anastasia. Many believe she survived and lived a full life in secret. Could it be true? Could the little girl have survived the massacre?

Challenging Destiny is a fictional account of lone royal survivor, Anastasia. The story spans three continents and a century of death, destruction, and despair—but also reveals the strength it takes to overcome obstacles in life. Anastasia finds love and romance, even as she seeks to escape the memory of her family’s horrific assassination and humankind’s yearning for power.

The far-reaching influence of Queen Victoria comes into question as part of the Anastasia mystery. Across the world, no one is what he or she seems. The story of the Romanov grand duchess is filled with intrigue and danger, yet love and the human spirit can be victorious over the most horrendous memories.


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By Tom Baker

It is 1966, and Tim Halladay, in his senior year at William and Mary, is in the process of discovering his true sexuality. He spends his weekends living in the basement apartment of his aunt Blade’s Georgetown home. There, he uncovers the darker side of the nation’s capital, making forays into the Washington, DC, neighborhood of Foggy Bottom and meeting some brilliant, unforgettable men and women.

Tim has known since he was thirteen that he was born a twin and that his brother, Jeffrey, died in the delivery room after they were born prematurely. Over time, Tim’s curiosity about his unknown brother has grown dangerously close to an obsession. As he deals with the recent death of his theatrical mentor and worries about being drafted after his graduation—a prospect that makes him hesitant to apply to Yale’s drama school for graduate study—his fixation on Jeffrey continues to grow. Tim’s journey takes strange and adventurous turns as he goes from Arlington National Cemetery to Williamsburg at Christmas time, and then on a South American adventure with his aunt Blade.

Along the way, Paperwhite Narcissus delves into an exploration of narcissism, identity, and the doppelganger theory as one young man struggles to define himself.


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By Tom Baker

It is 1966, and Tim Halladay, in his senior year at William and Mary, is in the process of discovering his true sexuality. He spends his weekends living in the basement apartment of his aunt Blade’s Georgetown home. There, he uncovers the darker side of the nation’s capital, making forays into the Washington, DC, neighborhood of Foggy Bottom and meeting some brilliant, unforgettable men and women.

Tim has known since he was thirteen that he was born a twin and that his brother, Jeffrey, died in the delivery room after they were born prematurely. Over time, Tim’s curiosity about his unknown brother has grown dangerously close to an obsession. As he deals with the recent death of his theatrical mentor and worries about being drafted after his graduation—a prospect that makes him hesitant to apply to Yale’s drama school for graduate study—his fixation on Jeffrey continues to grow. Tim’s journey takes strange and adventurous turns as he goes from Arlington National Cemetery to Williamsburg at Christmas time, and then on a South American adventure with his aunt Blade.

Along the way, Paperwhite Narcissus delves into an exploration of narcissism, identity, and the doppelganger theory as one young man struggles to define himself.


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By Mark Jay Gang

In 1917, Bolshevik revolutionaries stormed the Russian palace of the Romanovs and killed the entire family—or maybe. There is much conjecture over the remains of the spirited youngest daughter, Anastasia. Many believe she survived and lived a full life in secret. Could it be true? Could the little girl have survived the massacre?

Challenging Destiny is a fictional account of lone royal survivor, Anastasia. The story spans three continents and a century of death, destruction, and despair—but also reveals the strength it takes to overcome obstacles in life. Anastasia finds love and romance, even as she seeks to escape the memory of her family’s horrific assassination and humankind’s yearning for power.

The far-reaching influence of Queen Victoria comes into question as part of the Anastasia mystery. Across the world, no one is what he or she seems. The story of the Romanov grand duchess is filled with intrigue and danger, yet love and the human spirit can be victorious over the most horrendous memories.


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