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By Tina Bakalar Spangler

Shots ring out in the sanctuary of Littleton’s True Liberal Church, and in the end two people are shot. Congregants and friends of the church are plunged into despair as a beloved member is killed. Witnesses point fingers, but are they pointed in the right direction?

Local TV anchor Kelly Allen, on the edge of a broken relationship at thirty-seven, is at a turning point in her life. Frustrated by the current tawdry state of “the news” in the age of electronic journalism, she is determined to deepen the public’s understanding beyond sound bytes and incessant speculation. As she digs deeper into the church shooting, Allen encounters blatant deception, unquestioning allegiance, and a myriad of conflicting viewpoints disguised as truth. She is driven to claw her way out of the muddy realm of human misbehavior to unravel the puzzle.

Allen unexpectedly finds renewed passion in her work and life. In her quest, she winds up unearthing the truth on many levels.


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By Tina Bakalar Spangler

Shots ring out in the sanctuary of Littleton’s True Liberal Church, and in the end two people are shot. Congregants and friends of the church are plunged into despair as a beloved member is killed. Witnesses point fingers, but are they pointed in the right direction?

Local TV anchor Kelly Allen, on the edge of a broken relationship at thirty-seven, is at a turning point in her life. Frustrated by the current tawdry state of “the news” in the age of electronic journalism, she is determined to deepen the public’s understanding beyond sound bytes and incessant speculation. As she digs deeper into the church shooting, Allen encounters blatant deception, unquestioning allegiance, and a myriad of conflicting viewpoints disguised as truth. She is driven to claw her way out of the muddy realm of human misbehavior to unravel the puzzle.

Allen unexpectedly finds renewed passion in her work and life. In her quest, she winds up unearthing the truth on many levels.


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By Tina Bakalar Spangler

Shots ring out in the sanctuary of Littleton’s True Liberal Church, and in the end two people are shot. Congregants and friends of the church are plunged into despair as a beloved member is killed. Witnesses point fingers, but are they pointed in the right direction?

Local TV anchor Kelly Allen, on the edge of a broken relationship at thirty-seven, is at a turning point in her life. Frustrated by the current tawdry state of “the news” in the age of electronic journalism, she is determined to deepen the public’s understanding beyond sound bytes and incessant speculation. As she digs deeper into the church shooting, Allen encounters blatant deception, unquestioning allegiance, and a myriad of conflicting viewpoints disguised as truth. She is driven to claw her way out of the muddy realm of human misbehavior to unravel the puzzle.

Allen unexpectedly finds renewed passion in her work and life. In her quest, she winds up unearthing the truth on many levels.


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By Tom Cellar

“The off ramp came as a surprise. Mechanically, I turned the steering wheel. Windshield wipers were keeping time with the pulsing bass pumping out the amp in the trunk, rain sliced through the night sky pelting a dreary line of soulless metallic shells. My knuckles were white, my palms sweaty. As I tried to light a cigarette, the numbness permeating my whole body intensified in my thumb, thwarting my attempts to spark the lighter. I had lost too much blood. Tears came rushing to my eyes, but I stifled them with a long snort. This was no time for weakness. It did not matter that I was alone in the car.

 

Weakness is a choice. Certainly there are those who are predisposed to weakness, to cowardice, but it is inevitably a choice for which there is no excuse. One may point to past traumatic experiences, one may use their upbringing to rationalize character defects, but it always comes down to a choice. People choose to be weak, and that for me was not a choice. Well, it was a choice, but one that would ultimately lead to either prison or the grave.” 

-excerpt from Portrait of a Drug Dealer


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By Tom Cellar

“The off ramp came as a surprise. Mechanically, I turned the steering wheel. Windshield wipers were keeping time with the pulsing bass pumping out the amp in the trunk, rain sliced through the night sky pelting a dreary line of soulless metallic shells. My knuckles were white, my palms sweaty. As I tried to light a cigarette, the numbness permeating my whole body intensified in my thumb, thwarting my attempts to spark the lighter. I had lost too much blood. Tears came rushing to my eyes, but I stifled them with a long snort. This was no time for weakness. It did not matter that I was alone in the car.

 

Weakness is a choice. Certainly there are those who are predisposed to weakness, to cowardice, but it is inevitably a choice for which there is no excuse. One may point to past traumatic experiences, one may use their upbringing to rationalize character defects, but it always comes down to a choice. People choose to be weak, and that for me was not a choice. Well, it was a choice, but one that would ultimately lead to either prison or the grave.” 

-excerpt from Portrait of a Drug Dealer


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By Adele Hewett Veal

Leslee Cramer suffers from multiple personality disorder, the result of childhood abuse. Because of this illness, she has been known to find herself suddenly in strange places with no understanding of how she got there, having lost time along the way. But when she wakes up in a strange bed with a strange man who claims to be her husband, she knows something drastic has changed.

It turns out that Lee—Leslee’s alter ego—has been in control for ten years. During that time, she married and had two children, only to have her escapades terrify the kids and alienate her husband, Kevin. Les, at sea in a life she doesn’t recognize, turns to her longtime friend, Veronica Moore, for help. Along with her doctor, Alex Whitfield, Veronica is one of the few people who are aware of Les’s disorder. With their help, Les must find the strength to hold onto her true identity and to recover the family that she is on the brink of losing.

Shadow in the Mirror reaches beneath the surface of one woman’s life and peers into the mirrored image of her soul to tell a story of love and forgiveness.


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By Adele Hewett Veal

Leslee Cramer suffers from multiple personality disorder, the result of childhood abuse. Because of this illness, she has been known to find herself suddenly in strange places with no understanding of how she got there, having lost time along the way. But when she wakes up in a strange bed with a strange man who claims to be her husband, she knows something drastic has changed.

It turns out that Lee—Leslee’s alter ego—has been in control for ten years. During that time, she married and had two children, only to have her escapades terrify the kids and alienate her husband, Kevin. Les, at sea in a life she doesn’t recognize, turns to her longtime friend, Veronica Moore, for help. Along with her doctor, Alex Whitfield, Veronica is one of the few people who are aware of Les’s disorder. With their help, Les must find the strength to hold onto her true identity and to recover the family that she is on the brink of losing.

Shadow in the Mirror reaches beneath the surface of one woman’s life and peers into the mirrored image of her soul to tell a story of love and forgiveness.


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By Frank Sherry

Philip Francis Parkman, Democrat Congressman from the 14th District of New Jersey, fortified by his unexpected victory at the polls and motivated by high ideals and good intentions, embraces his perceived role as not only spokesman for his constituency, but also as caretaker of the Constitution of the United States. However, intervening reality soon crushes his idealism and vanquishes his hope he can make a difference.

Thus begins his slide on the “greasy griddle” as he calls it. He turns to alcohol to alleviate his disappointment. On his way down, forty-eight-year-old Parkman falls under the spell of a precocious teenage seductress—Catherine Taylor Quinter, the beautiful eighteen-year-old daughter of his political mentor. Parkman is, at the same time, falsely charged with campaign fraud and faces disgrace before the Ethics Committee. His long-suffering wife, Elaine, embarking on her own personal journey to secure her identity while professionally experiencing success, finds she must choose to save her own life or her husband’s.

Parkman’s slide lands him in a mental institution, called “the Facility” by the inmates, where he meets the enigmatic Winslow whose wisdom provides him with a new vision on life.


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By Frank Sherry

Philip Francis Parkman, Democrat Congressman from the 14th District of New Jersey, fortified by his unexpected victory at the polls and motivated by high ideals and good intentions, embraces his perceived role as not only spokesman for his constituency, but also as caretaker of the Constitution of the United States. However, intervening reality soon crushes his idealism and vanquishes his hope he can make a difference.

Thus begins his slide on the “greasy griddle” as he calls it. He turns to alcohol to alleviate his disappointment. On his way down, forty-eight-year-old Parkman falls under the spell of a precocious teenage seductress—Catherine Taylor Quinter, the beautiful eighteen-year-old daughter of his political mentor. Parkman is, at the same time, falsely charged with campaign fraud and faces disgrace before the Ethics Committee. His long-suffering wife, Elaine, embarking on her own personal journey to secure her identity while professionally experiencing success, finds she must choose to save her own life or her husband’s.

Parkman’s slide lands him in a mental institution, called “the Facility” by the inmates, where he meets the enigmatic Winslow whose wisdom provides him with a new vision on life.


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By Frank Sherry

Philip Francis Parkman, Democrat Congressman from the 14th District of New Jersey, fortified by his unexpected victory at the polls and motivated by high ideals and good intentions, embraces his perceived role as not only spokesman for his constituency, but also as caretaker of the Constitution of the United States. However, intervening reality soon crushes his idealism and vanquishes his hope he can make a difference.

Thus begins his slide on the “greasy griddle” as he calls it. He turns to alcohol to alleviate his disappointment. On his way down, forty-eight-year-old Parkman falls under the spell of a precocious teenage seductress—Catherine Taylor Quinter, the beautiful eighteen-year-old daughter of his political mentor. Parkman is, at the same time, falsely charged with campaign fraud and faces disgrace before the Ethics Committee. His long-suffering wife, Elaine, embarking on her own personal journey to secure her identity while professionally experiencing success, finds she must choose to save her own life or her husband’s.

Parkman’s slide lands him in a mental institution, called “the Facility” by the inmates, where he meets the enigmatic Winslow whose wisdom provides him with a new vision on life.


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By Chandler Kinzie
Three men—Seward Caprice, Joel Marlin, and Paul Drake—live their lives like so many others. There is nothing particularly spectacular about any of them. Each man loves, fears, and hates. Each man is haunted by the challenges that linger in his own mind, and each must find a way to maintain control. The difference lies only in how they choose to deal with this assigned task, this task of life. Often, Seward, Joel, and Paul dabble in self-destruction. They use self-abuse to keep their wild minds in check, and in this abuse, they find control—or do they? Soon appears a mysterious figure known only as “Salem.” Salem is an aristocratic madman who seems to have no background, no history. He just suddenly appears, and his dark mission for each man becomes clear. The three must now walk separate paths, all at the bidding of Salem. He exists as a stalking shadow that pushes each man toward an uncertain, and possibly disastrous, future. The dull lives of Seward, Joel, and Paul are now laced with uncertainty and deceit. Will these men find the way back to themselves or will the challenge of life be too much to bear?
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By Chandler Kinzie
Three men—Seward Caprice, Joel Marlin, and Paul Drake—live their lives like so many others. There is nothing particularly spectacular about any of them. Each man loves, fears, and hates. Each man is haunted by the challenges that linger in his own mind, and each must find a way to maintain control. The difference lies only in how they choose to deal with this assigned task, this task of life. Often, Seward, Joel, and Paul dabble in self-destruction. They use self-abuse to keep their wild minds in check, and in this abuse, they find control—or do they? Soon appears a mysterious figure known only as “Salem.” Salem is an aristocratic madman who seems to have no background, no history. He just suddenly appears, and his dark mission for each man becomes clear. The three must now walk separate paths, all at the bidding of Salem. He exists as a stalking shadow that pushes each man toward an uncertain, and possibly disastrous, future. The dull lives of Seward, Joel, and Paul are now laced with uncertainty and deceit. Will these men find the way back to themselves or will the challenge of life be too much to bear?
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By Leigh Santoro
Doctor Theodore “Teddy” Thyme is one of the best in his field. He finds his professional work both industrious and enjoyable. Raine Justice Liverboardman will prove to be the ultimate challenge of Dr. Thyme’s entire career. Raine has been charged with attempted capital murder. Dr. Thyme is the psychiatrist chosen to examine Raine to determine if Raine is fit for trial. The case itself is hazy at best. No body had been discovered; yet Raine confessed to the murder. When Dr. Thyme meets Raine, he finds a person infected by evil and genius in equal quantities. He questions Raine’s family members and finds a history of bizarre, ghastly, and probably abusive people. Which may explain the murderous behavior of his patient. However, as the case goes to trial Dr. Thyme wonders if Raine is up to something more macabre. Some sort of sick joke, of sorts. Raine is certainly intelligent enough to undermine the United States judicial system. Yet there is a full confession from Raine on record. Haunted by Raine, Dr. Thyme might soon discover that the proximity to madness has severe consequences. “These characters make the Jukes look like the Brady Bunch. Trying to understand the family tests even Thyme’s superlative skills.” —Blueink Review “In Myself, Leigh Santoro tackles the viewpoints of multiple characters in the examination of a man who has been charged with attempted capital murder. The plot itself is interesting. Those who enjoy psychological intrigue may find this book fascinating. Readers who enjoy weighty psychological mysteries will be intrigued by Santoro’s premise.” —Foreword Reviews “Santoro’s novel is a scrupulously detailed narrative. She unflinchingly delves into Raine’s psyche but handles the story with competence and finesse. The interviews Thyme’s conducted help the reader understand diagnoses like paranoid personality disorder, afflicting both Raine and Warren. The story in general is baffling, but the doc’s examination of an eccentric protagonist is enthralling.” —Kirkus Reviews
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By NikkiChe

Nia (NEE-YAH) Purpose: Encourages us to look within ourselves and to set personal goals that are beneficial to the community.

This book is written about a wonderful woman named Nia. Nia is a thirty something divorced African American mother of one daughter, Noel. She has proven that she can be a good wife and mother while creating a very lucrative career and extravagant lifestyle. Most of her life has been spent doing just that. Unfortunately, in the midst of it all, she sees that she has lost sight of what success truly means. She is now single with an adult daughter. She has a wonderful family. She has wonderful friends. The company she helped build is ranked in the top three of Fortune Five Hundred companies. She has stocks and bonds. On top of it all, she wins the lottery. What’s the problem? They all consume her. Everything consumes her, even her intimate relationships. In fact, she admits she is suffocating.


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By Leigh Santoro
Doctor Theodore “Teddy” Thyme is one of the best in his field. He finds his professional work both industrious and enjoyable. Raine Justice Liverboardman will prove to be the ultimate challenge of Dr. Thyme’s entire career. Raine has been charged with attempted capital murder. Dr. Thyme is the psychiatrist chosen to examine Raine to determine if Raine is fit for trial. The case itself is hazy at best. No body had been discovered; yet Raine confessed to the murder. When Dr. Thyme meets Raine, he finds a person infected by evil and genius in equal quantities. He questions Raine’s family members and finds a history of bizarre, ghastly, and probably abusive people. Which may explain the murderous behavior of his patient. However, as the case goes to trial Dr. Thyme wonders if Raine is up to something more macabre. Some sort of sick joke, of sorts. Raine is certainly intelligent enough to undermine the United States judicial system. Yet there is a full confession from Raine on record. Haunted by Raine, Dr. Thyme might soon discover that the proximity to madness has severe consequences. “These characters make the Jukes look like the Brady Bunch. Trying to understand the family tests even Thyme’s superlative skills.” —Blueink Review “In Myself, Leigh Santoro tackles the viewpoints of multiple characters in the examination of a man who has been charged with attempted capital murder. The plot itself is interesting. Those who enjoy psychological intrigue may find this book fascinating. Readers who enjoy weighty psychological mysteries will be intrigued by Santoro’s premise.” —Foreword Reviews “Santoro’s novel is a scrupulously detailed narrative. She unflinchingly delves into Raine’s psyche but handles the story with competence and finesse. The interviews Thyme’s conducted help the reader understand diagnoses like paranoid personality disorder, afflicting both Raine and Warren. The story in general is baffling, but the doc’s examination of an eccentric protagonist is enthralling.” —Kirkus Reviews
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