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By Barbara J. Franzen

Twelve year old Celeste Dusty faces abuse when her parents’ sudden death and the actions of a dishonest child services employee result in Celeste being taken from idyllic farm life to Lincoln, Nebraska where she spends the next four years with Aunt Sylvie, a socialite with a secret vendetta against Celeste’s dead mother. Almost immediately Celeste realizes something evil is about to touch her life. Along with malicious Aunt Sylvie, Celeste encounters Pastor Evans. He is good looking and charismatic, but unfortunately the good Pastor’s interest in shy girls has nothing to do with God.

Celeste grows up, but old wounds are hard to heal—even when she runs into childhood friend Will Temple. The ‘once cocky’ Will is smitten with Celeste’s beauty, humor, and innocence. . She feels unable to commit due to scars left by her abuse, and it may take a Christmas miracle for her to accept Will’s love. Can Celeste move forward or will the ills done in her past steal future happiness?

This is a beautiful story of love and healing written by a therapist who worked with teenagers on the journey to healing. It was well researched and includes Nebraska landmarks, historical events, and the unique farming culture of the 1920s-40’s.


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By Stephen Nnamdi

Ben Jacobs was on his third tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2009 when his world changed forever; he was severely injured during an explosion and was left hovering near death. While in the between place, an angel from God visited Ben and gave him the ability to see into other people’s memories.

Upon returning to New York, Ben finds it difficult to handle the pain of his injuries and becomes one of the many who call the streets home. There are those who try to help Ben and encourage him to see God and the good in life. But one cold night, Ben stumbles onto a scene he can’t quite comprehend: he sees his homeless friends from Vernal Hill being loaded onto a bus at gunpoint. Ben wonders what he should do. Certainly no one will believe his claims; he’s a homeless alcoholic veteran with a bad brain and a strange angel living inside him. But he’s also a witness to a conspiracy, and there are those in power who want him silenced.

A novel of religious fiction, We’re All Important centers on the importance of faith in life. It taps into the universal truth about the very essence of the human condition.


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By Gerard R. D’Alessio

Gennero Giantonio is a powerful man who is accustomed to being in control of every situation. But life is not treating him with the respect he is accustomed to, and it’s throwing him into a spin at the pinnacle of his very successful career. Upset and questioning whether the unexpected death of his grandson, Richie, was from an accidental overdose, as the police have determined, he needs to understand exactly what happened on that fateful day. He enlists the help of Grady, a volatile musician friend of Richie’s, to help him get to the truth, no matter how disturbing it may be.

In the grip of his grief, Gennero must also deal with two tragedies in his immediate family: his beloved sister, Maria, has recently learned that she has cancer. And, Tessie, his wife of fifty-five years has become delusional and paranoid, a situation he is in no way prepared to handle. Gennero is uncharacteristically lost as his carefully regulated life is quickly spinning out of control. For the first time in his life, he feels confused and overwhelmed.

While Gennero is coping with these family problems, Grady uncovers the mystery of Richie’s death, and in the process, solves important issues in his own life, including those which have been interfering with his developing a deeper relationship with his girlfriend, Karen. This suspenseful psychological family drama takes place during one fast-paced and hectic week.


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By Diane L. Huffman
During Beth Stedman’s formative years in the late 1940s and early 1950s, she wonders if the families depicted on the weekly television shows—Leave It to Beaver, Father Knows Best, The Donna Reed Show—existed in real life. The fathers in the sitcoms had good-paying jobs. The mothers stayed home and vacuumed in dresses and high heels. The brothers and sisters were respectful and obedient. They lived in perfect harmony in perfect houses in perfect suburbs. Once she was old enough to visit friends, she realized that other families do, in fact, resemble those blissful television portrayals. But hers certainly doesn’t. Growing up in her deranged East Coast household, Beth feels like an outsider—but a grateful outsider because her family is riddled with alcoholism, poverty, and an abundance of insanity. Beth has her defenses, though: her faith, a positive attitude, and a penchant for putting a comedic spin on life. She also harbors a secret escape plan and, eventually, the knowledge as to why she has always been the black sheep of the family. Beth survives a deadbeat dad, a defeated mom, an overindulged sister, and a villainous brother to demonstrate that the School of Hard Knocks doesn’t have to ruin you for life. If fact, it can almost guarantee success
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By Amira M.
Jen is a senior in high school, mourning the death of her parents. Her friends try to help—although their methods of doing so involve moving themselves one by one into her house. Her best friend, Alyssa, and Mitch, the guy she’s dating, decide the best way to distract her is a party; it’s about time the senior class had a pre-graduation bash. With Jen’s parents out of the picture, the party takes place at her house. There’s plenty of booze, but Mitch shows up with ecstasy as well. Jen’s friends say there’s no harm in the drug, so they take the pills—with tragic results. After a trip to the emergency room, Jen’s life is even worse than it was before. Suicide seems a comforting idea to her. She was once the cheerful girl next door. Now, she wants nothing more than to end it all. Her therapist suggests hospitalization, and Jen wonders how she got here—how one mistake could ruin everything. She has a choice; she can continue down her dark path or turn her life around … if it isn’t too late.
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By Amira M.
Jen is a senior in high school, mourning the death of her parents. Her friends try to help—although their methods of doing so involve moving themselves one by one into her house. Her best friend, Alyssa, and Mitch, the guy she’s dating, decide the best way to distract her is a party; it’s about time the senior class had a pre-graduation bash. With Jen’s parents out of the picture, the party takes place at her house. There’s plenty of booze, but Mitch shows up with ecstasy as well. Jen’s friends say there’s no harm in the drug, so they take the pills—with tragic results. After a trip to the emergency room, Jen’s life is even worse than it was before. Suicide seems a comforting idea to her. She was once the cheerful girl next door. Now, she wants nothing more than to end it all. Her therapist suggests hospitalization, and Jen wonders how she got here—how one mistake could ruin everything. She has a choice; she can continue down her dark path or turn her life around … if it isn’t too late.
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By Amira M.
Jen is a senior in high school, mourning the death of her parents. Her friends try to help—although their methods of doing so involve moving themselves one by one into her house. Her best friend, Alyssa, and Mitch, the guy she’s dating, decide the best way to distract her is a party; it’s about time the senior class had a pre-graduation bash. With Jen’s parents out of the picture, the party takes place at her house. There’s plenty of booze, but Mitch shows up with ecstasy as well. Jen’s friends say there’s no harm in the drug, so they take the pills—with tragic results. After a trip to the emergency room, Jen’s life is even worse than it was before. Suicide seems a comforting idea to her. She was once the cheerful girl next door. Now, she wants nothing more than to end it all. Her therapist suggests hospitalization, and Jen wonders how she got here—how one mistake could ruin everything. She has a choice; she can continue down her dark path or turn her life around … if it isn’t too late.
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By Diane L. Huffman
During Beth Stedman’s formative years in the late 1940s and early 1950s, she wonders if the families depicted on the weekly television shows—Leave It to Beaver, Father Knows Best, The Donna Reed Show—existed in real life. The fathers in the sitcoms had good-paying jobs. The mothers stayed home and vacuumed in dresses and high heels. The brothers and sisters were respectful and obedient. They lived in perfect harmony in perfect houses in perfect suburbs. Once she was old enough to visit friends, she realized that other families do, in fact, resemble those blissful television portrayals. But hers certainly doesn’t. Growing up in her deranged East Coast household, Beth feels like an outsider—but a grateful outsider because her family is riddled with alcoholism, poverty, and an abundance of insanity. Beth has her defenses, though: her faith, a positive attitude, and a penchant for putting a comedic spin on life. She also harbors a secret escape plan and, eventually, the knowledge as to why she has always been the black sheep of the family. Beth survives a deadbeat dad, a defeated mom, an overindulged sister, and a villainous brother to demonstrate that the School of Hard Knocks doesn’t have to ruin you for life. If fact, it can almost guarantee success
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By Diane L. Huffman
During Beth Stedman’s formative years in the late 1940s and early 1950s, she wonders if the families depicted on the weekly television shows—Leave It to Beaver, Father Knows Best, The Donna Reed Show—existed in real life. The fathers in the sitcoms had good-paying jobs. The mothers stayed home and vacuumed in dresses and high heels. The brothers and sisters were respectful and obedient. They lived in perfect harmony in perfect houses in perfect suburbs. Once she was old enough to visit friends, she realized that other families do, in fact, resemble those blissful television portrayals. But hers certainly doesn’t. Growing up in her deranged East Coast household, Beth feels like an outsider—but a grateful outsider because her family is riddled with alcoholism, poverty, and an abundance of insanity. Beth has her defenses, though: her faith, a positive attitude, and a penchant for putting a comedic spin on life. She also harbors a secret escape plan and, eventually, the knowledge as to why she has always been the black sheep of the family. Beth survives a deadbeat dad, a defeated mom, an overindulged sister, and a villainous brother to demonstrate that the School of Hard Knocks doesn’t have to ruin you for life. If fact, it can almost guarantee success
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By Barbara J. Franzen

Twelve year old Celeste Dusty faces abuse when her parents’ sudden death and the actions of a dishonest child services employee result in Celeste being taken from idyllic farm life to Lincoln, Nebraska where she spends the next four years with Aunt Sylvie, a socialite with a secret vendetta against Celeste’s dead mother. Almost immediately Celeste realizes something evil is about to touch her life. Along with malicious Aunt Sylvie, Celeste encounters Pastor Evans. He is good looking and charismatic, but unfortunately the good Pastor’s interest in shy girls has nothing to do with God.

Celeste grows up, but old wounds are hard to heal—even when she runs into childhood friend Will Temple. The ‘once cocky’ Will is smitten with Celeste’s beauty, humor, and innocence. . She feels unable to commit due to scars left by her abuse, and it may take a Christmas miracle for her to accept Will’s love. Can Celeste move forward or will the ills done in her past steal future happiness?

This is a beautiful story of love and healing written by a therapist who worked with teenagers on the journey to healing. It was well researched and includes Nebraska landmarks, historical events, and the unique farming culture of the 1920s-40’s.


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By Barbara J. Franzen

Twelve year old Celeste Dusty faces abuse when her parents’ sudden death and the actions of a dishonest child services employee result in Celeste being taken from idyllic farm life to Lincoln, Nebraska where she spends the next four years with Aunt Sylvie, a socialite with a secret vendetta against Celeste’s dead mother. Almost immediately Celeste realizes something evil is about to touch her life. Along with malicious Aunt Sylvie, Celeste encounters Pastor Evans. He is good looking and charismatic, but unfortunately the good Pastor’s interest in shy girls has nothing to do with God.

Celeste grows up, but old wounds are hard to heal—even when she runs into childhood friend Will Temple. The ‘once cocky’ Will is smitten with Celeste’s beauty, humor, and innocence. . She feels unable to commit due to scars left by her abuse, and it may take a Christmas miracle for her to accept Will’s love. Can Celeste move forward or will the ills done in her past steal future happiness?

This is a beautiful story of love and healing written by a therapist who worked with teenagers on the journey to healing. It was well researched and includes Nebraska landmarks, historical events, and the unique farming culture of the 1920s-40’s.


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By Boris Peters
Dade Truth is an average, hardworking Joe living in Milwaukee. Dade, who has learned much from the failure of his first marriage, has come to understand that every relationship is based on trust, faith, and feelings. When he begins dating the beautiful Karen Asherman, Dade does not even imagine what could go wrong. Karen walks into Dade’s life with grace and confidence, quickly becoming his soul mate. The magic is obvious. As their relationship progresses from dating to marriage, Dade is happy and in love—until she begins attacking him with little nothings that grow larger during their many arguments. As Karen becomes mean and sadistic, Dade suffers from feelings of abandonment and hurt. They are a perfect couple—almost. Dade thinks he can help Karen, and Karen thinks she can change Dade. But when secrets from Karen’s past are revealed, it is Dade who must come to grips with his wife’s realities, as frightening as they are. Looking for the Russian Moon is the story of a young couple’s challenges as they fall in love, realize each other’s shortcomings, and face an uncertain future together.
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By Boris Peters
Dade Truth is an average, hardworking Joe living in Milwaukee. Dade, who has learned much from the failure of his first marriage, has come to understand that every relationship is based on trust, faith, and feelings. When he begins dating the beautiful Karen Asherman, Dade does not even imagine what could go wrong. Karen walks into Dade’s life with grace and confidence, quickly becoming his soul mate. The magic is obvious. As their relationship progresses from dating to marriage, Dade is happy and in love—until she begins attacking him with little nothings that grow larger during their many arguments. As Karen becomes mean and sadistic, Dade suffers from feelings of abandonment and hurt. They are a perfect couple—almost. Dade thinks he can help Karen, and Karen thinks she can change Dade. But when secrets from Karen’s past are revealed, it is Dade who must come to grips with his wife’s realities, as frightening as they are. Looking for the Russian Moon is the story of a young couple’s challenges as they fall in love, realize each other’s shortcomings, and face an uncertain future together.
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By Boris Peters
Dade Truth is an average, hardworking Joe living in Milwaukee. Dade, who has learned much from the failure of his first marriage, has come to understand that every relationship is based on trust, faith, and feelings. When he begins dating the beautiful Karen Asherman, Dade does not even imagine what could go wrong. Karen walks into Dade’s life with grace and confidence, quickly becoming his soul mate. The magic is obvious. As their relationship progresses from dating to marriage, Dade is happy and in love—until she begins attacking him with little nothings that grow larger during their many arguments. As Karen becomes mean and sadistic, Dade suffers from feelings of abandonment and hurt. They are a perfect couple—almost. Dade thinks he can help Karen, and Karen thinks she can change Dade. But when secrets from Karen’s past are revealed, it is Dade who must come to grips with his wife’s realities, as frightening as they are. Looking for the Russian Moon is the story of a young couple’s challenges as they fall in love, realize each other’s shortcomings, and face an uncertain future together.
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By Christine Komodowski

Faye Sophia is a middle-aged, creatively impotent artist in limbo. As her 52nd birthday looms, Faye attempts to answer letters in the advice column she pens to keep food on her table, knowing all the while that her own path through life has not been the smoothest. Long-divorced, retired from her insurance company career, and living alone since her children moved away, Faye has come to the sad realization that this stage of her life is very different from what she had imagined. After many years as a successful artist, she cannot even summon the creative inspiration to complete the three sculptures that sit untouched in her basement workroom.

As a single parent, Faye once managed family, job, and her art—until eight years ago, when a crisis forced her to make a choice that changed three lives forever. But when a phone call brings her news that her ex-husband is dying, she is transported back into her memories. She struggles to understand the consequences of that fateful decision: loss of faith in herself, her life, and in the future.

There Is No God of Lotteries is the compelling tale of a woman’s emotional quest to find peace of mind, an understanding of her place in the universe, and, most importantly, belief in herself.


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