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By Jacob Emrey

William Locke is playing with his friends and loyal dog, Spartacus, when he hears the king is waiting for him at his family’s cottage. As William quickly heads home, he has no idea that because of King Herodotus’s obscure vision and an ancient prophesy, he has been chosen to save the kingdom from annihilation by recovering a powerful stone with magic nobody understands. William accepts his fate with one condition—that Spartacus may join him.

With their sights set on finding the Millennium Stone, the two companions venture into the treacherous kingdom full of witches, imps, undead, giants, and worse. With fate on their side, William and Spartacus meet an orphaned pickpocket, an amazing swordsman turned frog, and an incredible crystal dragon. Together, the unlikely friends must valiantly fight the mysterious darkness that threatens to consume everything. Now only time will tell if they will unearth the stone before it is too late for all of them.

In this charming young-adult adventure, a boy and his brave dog embark on a journey to find a magical stone that they hope will help save their kingdom from a tragic ending.


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By Tammy Pickering Barnett

Tammy Pickering Barnett, a leadership and communications training consultant and past political candidate, provides practical tips for running a campaign and getting elected in this easy-to-read booklet.

 

Get practical guidance on developing and honing your message, building a strong campaign team, getting organized, appealing to volunteers, and connecting with voters.

 

Those are just the first steps to running a solid campaign: To win, you’ll need to promote your name and message to constituents, raise funds, and motivate the people who agree with your message to head to the polls.

 

You’ll also need to know how candidates earn free publicity, fine-tune their messages, capitalize on absentee voting as part of a get-out-the-vote strategy, and hold low-cost fundraisers to complement efforts.

 

The booklet includes a section specifically designed for women on overcoming challenges, inspirational quotes, and engaging questions that prompt you to reflect on and apply what you’ve learned.

 

If you’re running for local office, you’re doomed to fail if you don’t know the lessons in Get Yourself Elected.


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By Maria J. Nieto

On a sweltering summer day, the streets of Old Madrid that once resonated with the laughter of children playing are empty and silent. But inside the apartment buildings there is life as families faithfully wait for updates about an army uprising in Spanish Morocco. Before long, their greatest fears come true. As rebel troops storm Madrid and chaos fills the streets, six-year-old Mari wonders why she cannot go outside to play. Unfortunately, she has no idea she is about to be trapped inside the abyss of what is rapidly becoming a ruthless civil war.

 

Already emotionally wounded by the absence of her mother, Mari attempts to go about her fear-filled days living with her father’s family, which includes a grandfather who lovingly teaches her about the history leading up to the conflict. As she embarks on a coming-of-age journey submerged in the darkness of war, Mari somehow stays alive despite the decisions of an intimidating, ruthless dictator, starvation, and brainwashing by the new Fascist regime. But when circumstances lead her to inadvertently commit the ultimate betrayal, Mari must face the horrifying consequences of her actions.

 

Breaking the Silence shares the compelling tale of a little girl’s experiences as she attempts to survive amid the horror and death surrounding the Spanish Civil War.


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By Freddy Frankel

How does a poet, fortunate enough to be writing into his 10th decade, view almost a century of life? 

 

With skill, compassion, irony and humor, Soliloquy at Ninety delivers unforgettable images of a life lived on two continents: from a boyhood in South Africa, through service in World War II, a successful medical career in Boston, and the experience of growing old in the 21st century.

 

This is a deeply thoughtful and nuanced view of human strengths and frailties; the visionary legacy of an articulate and perceptive poet, seasoned by time, and graced by transformative love and loss.


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By Richard R. Roach, MD, FACP

Lisa Zuccerelli just wants to be normal. At the end of her senior year in high school, she has the distinction for the most detentions in the history of the school, thanks to an English teacher’s betrayal. Seemingly left with no other choice after a distressing graduation ceremony, she packs two weeks’ worth of rations, a canoe, and her broken heart and flees to the Canadian wilderness, where she hopes to piece her life back together and realize happiness.

 

After Lisa paddles her way to a campsite, she is forced to deal with the complex emotions associated with the stigma of a learning disability she can do nothing to change. But as Lisa is about to discover, nature has its own grim way of teaching lessons, and it is not long before she is rescued from the unforgiving wilderness by a kind family who helps her find her way back home. After facing several surprises, Lisa meets Heidi Barton, an Anishinaabe tutor who may just have the healing powers to help release the girl from her struggles—and find her true self.

 

Releasing Lisa shares the tale of a teenager’s emotional journey to overcome her learning disability and fears with help from the Canadian wilderness and an Anishinaabe friend.


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By Dennis McKay

Following a terminal diagnosis, a synchronistic chain of events leads Peter Richards to strike out for a remote village high in the Andes in search of a shaman and a miracle.

With a unique cast of characters from Peter’s guide, Aldo Coreas, a man torn between the modern world and his ancestral past; to Havo, the old mountain shepherd with a ken beyond the here and now; to Pavor, the wily and ruthless shaman of The Cloud People, McKay combines a superb narrative with an unforgettable story that coalesces with a discovery from the distant past that determines a new and dangerous course in Peter’s life journey.

“This is such a wonderful book with such good writing!” /

—Barbara Esstman, author of The Other Anna and Night Ride Home.


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By Joe S. Bullock

Sixty-three-year-old Joe Goodman thinks nothing much in his background distinguishes him from other guys his age. As the former amateur golfer’s life continues to unfold in a reasonably satisfying, somewhat predictable pattern, Joe is enjoying a happy marriage, working as a bank executive, and gearing up for retirement. But as he is about to discover, life has a way of throwing a curveball that changes everything.

 

Following a weekend spent watching the Masters golf tournament on television, Joe is working at his desk when he receives a message from God on his computer screen that tells him he has been chosen to deliver an inspirational message to the world that the seemingly impossible is possible. God tells Joe he is going to play in the Masters the following spring, and if his faith is strong enough, he will win. As Joe embarks on a spiritual journey to make a difference, he must learn to face his fears, have confidence in his abilities, and commit to his goals before he can succeed.

 

Walking with Herb is the inspirational story of an aging small-town banker’s attempt to fulfill his higher purpose and, with God’s help, prove that anything is possible.


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By Dennis McKay

Following a terminal diagnosis, a synchronistic chain of events leads Peter Richards to strike out for a remote village high in the Andes in search of a shaman and a miracle.

With a unique cast of characters from Peter’s guide, Aldo Coreas, a man torn between the modern world and his ancestral past; to Havo, the old mountain shepherd with a ken beyond the here and now; to Pavor, the wily and ruthless shaman of The Cloud People, McKay combines a superb narrative with an unforgettable story that coalesces with a discovery from the distant past that determines a new and dangerous course in Peter’s life journey.

“This is such a wonderful book with such good writing!” /

—Barbara Esstman, author of The Other Anna and Night Ride Home.


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By Freddy Frankel

How does a poet, fortunate enough to be writing into his 10th decade, view almost a century of life? 

 

With skill, compassion, irony and humor, Soliloquy at Ninety delivers unforgettable images of a life lived on two continents: from a boyhood in South Africa, through service in World War II, a successful medical career in Boston, and the experience of growing old in the 21st century.

 

This is a deeply thoughtful and nuanced view of human strengths and frailties; the visionary legacy of an articulate and perceptive poet, seasoned by time, and graced by transformative love and loss.


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By Philippa LeVine

This wickedly funny non-fiction book spans the 30-year career of (retired) DEA Special Agent Philippa LeVine.   She spent the bulk of her early years in a clandestine lab group chasing methamphetamine cooks and tweekers.  In salty sarcastic cop-speak, she provides a unique insight into investigating meth labs in San Diego, California during the 1980’s biker heyday.  Follow her through the investigation of a chemical supplier involving murder for hire, buried treasure, and of course, meth labs.

 

Later she rises to the pinnacle of mid level bureaucracy taking us deep into DEA Headquarters for a look into one of the scariest places of all.  You will laugh out loud as you learn the truth about meth, the pharmaceutical companies and federal drug law enforcement.


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By Linda Clemons

Lauren Scott thought she was done with small-town living, but after a short, disastrous marriage and one too many incidents involving stalking and injury, she returned to Whidbey Island, Washington, where she was raised. 

 

She just wanted to be happy.

 

Lauren wished only to get on with her life and career. She looked forward to spending time with the friends she’d had since childhood. But she never expected to be the target of someone’s hate—nor did she expect to meet a man who kicked her heart into overdrive—and gave her the courage to confront her enemy. 

 

Travis Hawk was a scarred military and police-force veteran. After years on the front lines, he had enough of violence. 

 

He just wanted to be left alone. 

 

On the island, he’d found sanctuary among the trees and beaches, and he knew it would be a safe place to wrap himself in peace and healing. The first time he met Lauren, he also knew she could change those plans. When he learned of her stalker, his retirement plans were put on hold. To save the woman who was healing his heart, he had one final mission ahead of him. 

 

In order to find the peace he and Lauren both need, he has to find—and stop—the person who hates her enough to kill.


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By Jeff Koob

The goal of information is to inform, while the goal of propaganda is to influence or persuade. It is not the intent to persuade that makes something propaganda, but the use of deceptive and manipulative techniques. Some advertising and public relations campaigns employ propaganda techniques and other psychotechnologies of influence.

Jeff Koob, a psychologist, provides examples of advertisers using propaganda and other “invisible” means of persuasion. He explores the history of advertising and public relations, and focuses on how:

advertisers employ deceptive and manipulative techniques

media campaigns have become a tool of corporate social engineering

propaganda works across the spectrum of media, from print to the Internet

Ad Nauseam reveals how the propaganda industry affects almost every aspect of our lives. Equip yourself with the knowledge you need to recognize the techniques of propaganda, and discover the antidote to the infotoxins in our mental environment.


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By Vic Amato

Vic Amato explores the nature of humanity through stories that are extraordinary, inspiring and even ridiculous.

In “Death by Peanut Butter,” you’ll meet Twain, a mentally challenged man with a large stock of fluffy white hair who stuffs his mouth and makes a break for it.

Tourist Dan in “Manhattan Mendicant” encounters a downtown panhandler and resents him for being able to live in NYC. But when Dan sees the World Trade Center fall on TV, he can think only of the beggar.

“Camille”, a fun-loving artist, holds back information and her true feelings. On a hot night, it all comes down on her boyfriend out on the front porch.

Enter a world filled with meaning and unforgettable characters with the sixteen stories of Incoming.

“Looking for the ideal compliment for a summer sandwich at the beach? Some say tomato, I say Amato.”

— Jim Bloch, author of The Slurpents./


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By Linda Clemons

Lauren Scott thought she was done with small-town living, but after a short, disastrous marriage and one too many incidents involving stalking and injury, she returned to Whidbey Island, Washington, where she was raised. 

 

She just wanted to be happy.

 

Lauren wished only to get on with her life and career. She looked forward to spending time with the friends she’d had since childhood. But she never expected to be the target of someone’s hate—nor did she expect to meet a man who kicked her heart into overdrive—and gave her the courage to confront her enemy. 

 

Travis Hawk was a scarred military and police-force veteran. After years on the front lines, he had enough of violence. 

 

He just wanted to be left alone. 

 

On the island, he’d found sanctuary among the trees and beaches, and he knew it would be a safe place to wrap himself in peace and healing. The first time he met Lauren, he also knew she could change those plans. When he learned of her stalker, his retirement plans were put on hold. To save the woman who was healing his heart, he had one final mission ahead of him. 

 

In order to find the peace he and Lauren both need, he has to find—and stop—the person who hates her enough to kill.


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By Linda Clemons

Lauren Scott thought she was done with small-town living, but after a short, disastrous marriage and one too many incidents involving stalking and injury, she returned to Whidbey Island, Washington, where she was raised. 

 

She just wanted to be happy.

 

Lauren wished only to get on with her life and career. She looked forward to spending time with the friends she’d had since childhood. But she never expected to be the target of someone’s hate—nor did she expect to meet a man who kicked her heart into overdrive—and gave her the courage to confront her enemy. 

 

Travis Hawk was a scarred military and police-force veteran. After years on the front lines, he had enough of violence. 

 

He just wanted to be left alone. 

 

On the island, he’d found sanctuary among the trees and beaches, and he knew it would be a safe place to wrap himself in peace and healing. The first time he met Lauren, he also knew she could change those plans. When he learned of her stalker, his retirement plans were put on hold. To save the woman who was healing his heart, he had one final mission ahead of him. 

 

In order to find the peace he and Lauren both need, he has to find—and stop—the person who hates her enough to kill.


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