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By Dick Elder
There’s nothing unusual about Edward Noble; his wife, Sandy; or their twin daughters, Patricia and Beverly. They’re a typical, middle-income family living in the Knolls, a subdivision of new cookie-cutter stucco homes in Peoria, Arizona. The Nobles are a happy, well-adjusted family—that is, until six numbers change everything.

Ed wins $88 million after taxes in a lottery. The family decides they’ll use the money sensibly and not blow it all as so many winners have; in fact, they set up a committee of experts to assist them in managing the money wisely. But in spite of their best efforts to avoid the pitfalls that bedeviled so many winners in the past, things start getting out of hand.

They buy a home in Malibu, fancy cars, and a sailboat. With too much time on her hands, Sandy begins playing tennis and drinking with a handsome neighbor. Beverly takes a trip to Mexico with her boyfriend with disastrous results while her twin sister faces problems of her own. The family struggles to regain the values, the serenity, and the love they once enjoyed. The question is, will they be able to do it?

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By Dick Elder
There’s nothing unusual about Edward Noble; his wife, Sandy; or their twin daughters, Patricia and Beverly. They’re a typical, middle-income family living in the Knolls, a subdivision of new cookie-cutter stucco homes in Peoria, Arizona. The Nobles are a happy, well-adjusted family—that is, until six numbers change everything.

Ed wins $88 million after taxes in a lottery. The family decides they’ll use the money sensibly and not blow it all as so many winners have; in fact, they set up a committee of experts to assist them in managing the money wisely. But in spite of their best efforts to avoid the pitfalls that bedeviled so many winners in the past, things start getting out of hand.

They buy a home in Malibu, fancy cars, and a sailboat. With too much time on her hands, Sandy begins playing tennis and drinking with a handsome neighbor. Beverly takes a trip to Mexico with her boyfriend with disastrous results while her twin sister faces problems of her own. The family struggles to regain the values, the serenity, and the love they once enjoyed. The question is, will they be able to do it?

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By Susana Sheldon
"Hope’s Hopes" is a tale of international romance depicting an unconventional and forbidden relationship between a teenager and an older man. It is a story that will cause the audience to ponder as they witness the protagonists in their search for "Hope’s Hopes". Eighteen-year-old Hope has grown up in Hungary, stuck with a father who ignores her growing interests. In the summer of 1982, while visiting Los Angeles with her father, George, she has a chance encounter with a much older man named John. Her father’s lack of interest propels Hope into John’s overly interested arms, sparks begin to fly and soon, the two are in a highly unorthodox and controversial relationship. Hope is unusually sophisticated for her age, but she still can’t avoid the pitfalls of her heart. In a shocking move, John proposes to her, but Hope’s father is outraged. George takes an unwilling Hope back to Hungary, but John pursues the love of his life – intending to free her from her father’s control. Now, John and Hope must defeat all of George’s devious and underhanded tricks to cause trouble and drive a wedge between the lovers. Increasingly desperate to “save” his daughter, George begins to lose perspective—and the support of the rest of the family and his friends. Just when he starts to express an interest in his daughter’s life, his actions force her away from him. Only time will tell whether George will manage to destroy the relationship and keep the couple apart—or whether Hope and John’s love for each other will triumph in the end. "Hope’s Hopes" is a tale of romantic fiction with an intercontinental scope, a highly unconventional subject matter, and a gripping plot replete with twists and turns. Readers fond of romance will surely be in for one wild ride as the narrative takes them to places most conventional love stories seldom dare to tread.
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By Paris Love
Though they are older and wiser, not all is as it seems in the lives of Darren, Kiki, and Myra. Best friends to the end, they still have some lessons to learn. In this second book in the Growing Pains series, the group struggles with betrayal, loss, and, most importantly, commitment. Through ups and downs, heartache and breakups, Darren, Kiki, and Myra find themselves in a quest for self-assurance, confidence, and good, old-fashioned love. But will history repeat itself? Darren has been known to have a wandering eye, and it’s possible he’ll cheat again. Will Kiki finally realize the world doesn’t revolve around her? Myra has found the true love of her life, but is she happy? Will their children repeat the same mistakes they have? Providing a glimpse into the private lives of couples and relationships, Growing Pains: Sex, Lies, and Deception follows the family lives, careers, and love lives of these characters as they make mistakes and celebrate successes.
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By Marilyn Hering
"A vehicle approached the Alliance from the direction of Silk Road. She immediately recognized Charles' Pierce Arrow and Miles, his chauffeur. But why would he stop here? She had not seen Charles since the day they had separated, having decided to try to each in their own way to heal from death of their child. Not realizing how sick he was, Eleanor left him to run away with Dante Ravelli. The death of her beautiful son gnawed at her heart every day. But Charles.... She had no idea if he had even begun to heal from the tragedy. The last time they spoke his pain seemed insurmountable, for he blamed himself for bringing Robbie, their child, to the mill to show him off. It was there he contracted diphtheria and died. When the chauffeur helped Charles from his vehicle her worst fears were realized. His fingers were like sticks; he could hardly walk. Kirkus Reviews, A Woman Possessed: "A fine historical novel with a feisty, engagingly flawed heroine and a cinematic plot." Blue Ink Press: "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 Paris Love
Though they are older and wiser, not all is as it seems in the lives of Darren, Kiki, and Myra. Best friends to the end, they still have some lessons to learn. In this second book in the Growing Pains series, the group struggles with betrayal, loss, and, most importantly, commitment. Through ups and downs, heartache and breakups, Darren, Kiki, and Myra find themselves in a quest for self-assurance, confidence, and good, old-fashioned love. But will history repeat itself? Darren has been known to have a wandering eye, and it’s possible he’ll cheat again. Will Kiki finally realize the world doesn’t revolve around her? Myra has found the true love of her life, but is she happy? Will their children repeat the same mistakes they have? Providing a glimpse into the private lives of couples and relationships, Growing Pains: Sex, Lies, and Deception follows the family lives, careers, and love lives of these characters as they make mistakes and celebrate successes.
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By Paris Love
Though they are older and wiser, not all is as it seems in the lives of Darren, Kiki, and Myra. Best friends to the end, they still have some lessons to learn. In this second book in the Growing Pains series, the group struggles with betrayal, loss, and, most importantly, commitment. Through ups and downs, heartache and breakups, Darren, Kiki, and Myra find themselves in a quest for self-assurance, confidence, and good, old-fashioned love. But will history repeat itself? Darren has been known to have a wandering eye, and it’s possible he’ll cheat again. Will Kiki finally realize the world doesn’t revolve around her? Myra has found the true love of her life, but is she happy? Will their children repeat the same mistakes they have? Providing a glimpse into the private lives of couples and relationships, Growing Pains: Sex, Lies, and Deception follows the family lives, careers, and love lives of these characters as they make mistakes and celebrate successes.
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By Robert Fedorchek

March 3, 1945, turns into a fateful night of horror for a young American Marine caught in the onslaught of Japanese fire on Iwo Jima. But worse than the machine-gun wounds that he sustains is a reality that he will bury, a mental and psychological scar so terrible that he won’t allow it to surface with doctors at Letterman Army Medical Center in San Francisco. It is only with a nurse who has an actual scar of her own from an abusive stepfather that he finds some respite.

Given a medical discharge after V-E Day, the wounded Marine returns to his home in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, which lies on the fringes of the dying coke and coal country. There he begins the agonizing journey of recognition to confront a naked, shattering truth. How he deals with his strong-willed father, friends, one antagonist, and the nurse who makes her way to Mount Pleasant, will determine the outcome of his nightmare on Iwo Jima.

The Oldest Son is a story of the triumph of hope that springs from the love between a woman and a man.


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By Raja Lala

Ray likes to think of himself as a global nomad, belonging everywhere in general and nowhere in particular. Now in his thirties, he jumps at the opportunity to take a six-month sabbatical offered by his company. But as he walks to the airport gate, Ray feels a bit of trepidation; he’ll be giving up his normal life—friends, family, sports, hobbies, and his usual daily life— while he backpacks for the coming half-year.

From Thailand to Cambodia and Vietnam, Ray explores cultures, sees breathtaking sights, and savours the cuisine of his many stops. He makes new friends and takes time to examine his life as a single man. It’s a discovery of places and parts that Ray has forgotten existed while he toiled away in the corporate rat race.

Although he begins his trip without any ambition of finding himself or the like; he is increasingly intrigued by the question of what he wants from the rest of his life. Will he find love and a lifestyle that makes him happy?


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By Raja Lala

Ray likes to think of himself as a global nomad, belonging everywhere in general and nowhere in particular. Now in his thirties, he jumps at the opportunity to take a six-month sabbatical offered by his company. But as he walks to the airport gate, Ray feels a bit of trepidation; he’ll be giving up his normal life—friends, family, sports, hobbies, and his usual daily life— while he backpacks for the coming half-year.

From Thailand to Cambodia and Vietnam, Ray explores cultures, sees breathtaking sights, and savours the cuisine of his many stops. He makes new friends and takes time to examine his life as a single man. It’s a discovery of places and parts that Ray has forgotten existed while he toiled away in the corporate rat race.

Although he begins his trip without any ambition of finding himself or the like; he is increasingly intrigued by the question of what he wants from the rest of his life. Will he find love and a lifestyle that makes him happy?


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By Raja Lala

Ray likes to think of himself as a global nomad, belonging everywhere in general and nowhere in particular. Now in his thirties, he jumps at the opportunity to take a six-month sabbatical offered by his company. But as he walks to the airport gate, Ray feels a bit of trepidation; he’ll be giving up his normal life—friends, family, sports, hobbies, and his usual daily life— while he backpacks for the coming half-year.

From Thailand to Cambodia and Vietnam, Ray explores cultures, sees breathtaking sights, and savours the cuisine of his many stops. He makes new friends and takes time to examine his life as a single man. It’s a discovery of places and parts that Ray has forgotten existed while he toiled away in the corporate rat race.

Although he begins his trip without any ambition of finding himself or the like; he is increasingly intrigued by the question of what he wants from the rest of his life. Will he find love and a lifestyle that makes him happy?


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By Cleo Baldon

Thirty-seven-year-old script supervisor Jared Dunkin, called J., is camping in the corner of his inherited house above Hollywood’s Sunset Strip. In his move, he brought only his autograph collection and his Barcelona chairs. Orphaned and disconsolate, J. is doing nothing with his love of film and very little with his history degree.

Out of the blue, he meets thirty-year-old Mary Ellen Higgen—called Emmy—while at a voting precinct on a February Tuesday and decides she might be the girl for him. But when he raves to his grandmother about Emmy, she warns him not to see the girl again—although she doesn’t say why.

Everyone in Hollywood has a personal celebrity. For J., it’s his grandmother, who came to Hollywood in the late forties as Miss South Dakota and third runner-up to Miss America. She made movies and married the head of make-up as he started the successful line of Ingénue Cosmetics. Emmy’s celebrity is her late, swashbuckling, movie star grandfather who had made a film with J.’s Grandstar. Although they’re in love, J. and Emmy may have too much in common. Just as he finds a career, J. finds his personal life spiraling out of control in a spectacular fashion worthy of a soap opera.


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By Carol Voelkel

When Becka Janak returns home to Shiner Texas to care for her favorite aunt, Helen, she’s hopeful she can patch up her own heart in the process. A nasty break-up with her fiancé has her desperate for a change of scenery. Unfortunately, she didn’t factor Dr. Jake Wolters into the change equation.

Jake’s life has been turned upside down by a divorce he didn’t see coming, and everything else has faded into the background—that is, until Becka arrives on the scene and stirs up feelings that demand every bit of his attention.

When a bitter enemy drops dead suspiciously, Jake is confronted with the pain of his past and the uncertainty of his future. Will he ever be able to escape his failures and invite God back into his life? And can he forgive Becka when he discovers the secret she’s been hiding?

God has His own plan for their love, and it’s far from random that He brought the two of them together…but will Becka and Jake choose to trust Him and follow His intended path? And will His plan eventually lead them back to Saints Cyril & Methodius, the beautiful, historic Painted Church in Shiner, Texas? God only knows…

A Painted Church of Texas Novel:
The Painted Churches of Texas were built in the 19th century by German and Czech immigrants striving to succeed in a new country and still preserve the value and culture of their homeland. From the outside they look like many of the other American churches built around the turn of the century. But once you enter, you’ll be entranced by the bright paintings, elaborate murals and wooden columns and baseboards that shine like polished marble. The churches (20 of which are listed on the national Register of Historic places) were recently listed as #12 in a Texas Monthly magazine article entitled, “Bucket List: 63 things all Texans should do before they die.” Saints Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church, located in Shiner, Texas is featured in this novel, but words alone cannot describe the majestic beauty and spirit of God that will surround you the moment you walk through the wooden doors…


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By Cleo Baldon

Thirty-seven-year-old script supervisor Jared Dunkin, called J., is camping in the corner of his inherited house above Hollywood’s Sunset Strip. In his move, he brought only his autograph collection and his Barcelona chairs. Orphaned and disconsolate, J. is doing nothing with his love of film and very little with his history degree.

Out of the blue, he meets thirty-year-old Mary Ellen Higgen—called Emmy—while at a voting precinct on a February Tuesday and decides she might be the girl for him. But when he raves to his grandmother about Emmy, she warns him not to see the girl again—although she doesn’t say why.

Everyone in Hollywood has a personal celebrity. For J., it’s his grandmother, who came to Hollywood in the late forties as Miss South Dakota and third runner-up to Miss America. She made movies and married the head of make-up as he started the successful line of Ingénue Cosmetics. Emmy’s celebrity is her late, swashbuckling, movie star grandfather who had made a film with J.’s Grandstar. Although they’re in love, J. and Emmy may have too much in common. Just as he finds a career, J. finds his personal life spiraling out of control in a spectacular fashion worthy of a soap opera.


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By Cleo Baldon

Thirty-seven-year-old script supervisor Jared Dunkin, called J., is camping in the corner of his inherited house above Hollywood’s Sunset Strip. In his move, he brought only his autograph collection and his Barcelona chairs. Orphaned and disconsolate, J. is doing nothing with his love of film and very little with his history degree.

Out of the blue, he meets thirty-year-old Mary Ellen Higgen—called Emmy—while at a voting precinct on a February Tuesday and decides she might be the girl for him. But when he raves to his grandmother about Emmy, she warns him not to see the girl again—although she doesn’t say why.

Everyone in Hollywood has a personal celebrity. For J., it’s his grandmother, who came to Hollywood in the late forties as Miss South Dakota and third runner-up to Miss America. She made movies and married the head of make-up as he started the successful line of Ingénue Cosmetics. Emmy’s celebrity is her late, swashbuckling, movie star grandfather who had made a film with J.’s Grandstar. Although they’re in love, J. and Emmy may have too much in common. Just as he finds a career, J. finds his personal life spiraling out of control in a spectacular fashion worthy of a soap opera.


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