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By Daniel J. Wells
As a four-year-old boy, Davie Adams finds his mother in the bathtub, her wrists slashed with a razor blade. Four years later, his father—a murderer several times over—sits on death row. Now eight, Davie is being raised by his aunt and uncle, Angie and Jackson Thomas. Their marriage is near collapse, the consequence of a shared heartbreak that has been left unresolved. Dreams and real-life drama interact and guide them toward remaining together as an intimate family, but if they should stray too far from the path, danger and death awaits. Will the wolf that visits Davie in his dreams devour their hope and tear the family apart, or will it lead them back to one another and the love they share? A multi-layered novel, Off the Path weaves drama, fantasy, horror, and humor to tell the story of eight-year-old Davie, his aunt and uncle, and their struggles to overcome threats to their family from within—and without. They must be very careful to not stray from the path.
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By Daniel J. Wells
As a four-year-old boy, Davie Adams finds his mother in the bathtub, her wrists slashed with a razor blade. Four years later, his father—a murderer several times over—sits on death row. Now eight, Davie is being raised by his aunt and uncle, Angie and Jackson Thomas. Their marriage is near collapse, the consequence of a shared heartbreak that has been left unresolved. Dreams and real-life drama interact and guide them toward remaining together as an intimate family, but if they should stray too far from the path, danger and death awaits. Will the wolf that visits Davie in his dreams devour their hope and tear the family apart, or will it lead them back to one another and the love they share? A multi-layered novel, Off the Path weaves drama, fantasy, horror, and humor to tell the story of eight-year-old Davie, his aunt and uncle, and their struggles to overcome threats to their family from within—and without. They must be very careful to not stray from the path.
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By Sahbra Anna Markus

One of the youngest survivors of the Warsaw ghetto, author Sahbra Anna Markus lived a life only those who have survived Hitler’s hell can imagine. In Only a Bad Dream? she narrates the drama of her early years through her most vivid memories. Sahbra courageously recounts those childhood experiences in her compelling voice, now freed from the repeated warnings: “Don’t tell anyone you’re a Jew.” “Don’t forget you’re a Jew.” “It was only a dream.” “Hang on tight, or you’ll get lost and die.”

She tells of traipsing through forests at night, fleeing certain death, of her parents hiding her in a church, desperate to save her life. A frantic search for surviving family found the Markuses traveling throughout Europe on foot, by rowboat, military train, farm wagon, trucks, and finally the ship Caserta that delivered them to the land of hope, freedom, and new beginnings—the only Jewish homeland, Israel.

Only a Bad Dream ? shares how, in the midst of hunger and deprivation, Sahbra still found joy in simple things like cats, the moon, wolves, and fireflies. A story of the triumph of the human spirit, this memoir provides strong insight into the courage, strength, and dignity possessed by those who endured the Holocaust.


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By Sahbra Anna Markus

One of the youngest survivors of the Warsaw ghetto, author Sahbra Anna Markus lived a life only those who have survived Hitler’s hell can imagine. In Only a Bad Dream? she narrates the drama of her early years through her most vivid memories. Sahbra courageously recounts those childhood experiences in her compelling voice, now freed from the repeated warnings: “Don’t tell anyone you’re a Jew.” “Don’t forget you’re a Jew.” “It was only a dream.” “Hang on tight, or you’ll get lost and die.”

She tells of traipsing through forests at night, fleeing certain death, of her parents hiding her in a church, desperate to save her life. A frantic search for surviving family found the Markuses traveling throughout Europe on foot, by rowboat, military train, farm wagon, trucks, and finally the ship Caserta that delivered them to the land of hope, freedom, and new beginnings—the only Jewish homeland, Israel.

Only a Bad Dream ? shares how, in the midst of hunger and deprivation, Sahbra still found joy in simple things like cats, the moon, wolves, and fireflies. A story of the triumph of the human spirit, this memoir provides strong insight into the courage, strength, and dignity possessed by those who endured the Holocaust.


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By Sahbra Anna Markus

One of the youngest survivors of the Warsaw ghetto, author Sahbra Anna Markus lived a life only those who have survived Hitler’s hell can imagine. In Only a Bad Dream? she narrates the drama of her early years through her most vivid memories. Sahbra courageously recounts those childhood experiences in her compelling voice, now freed from the repeated warnings: “Don’t tell anyone you’re a Jew.” “Don’t forget you’re a Jew.” “It was only a dream.” “Hang on tight, or you’ll get lost and die.”

She tells of traipsing through forests at night, fleeing certain death, of her parents hiding her in a church, desperate to save her life. A frantic search for surviving family found the Markuses traveling throughout Europe on foot, by rowboat, military train, farm wagon, trucks, and finally the ship Caserta that delivered them to the land of hope, freedom, and new beginnings—the only Jewish homeland, Israel.

Only a Bad Dream ? shares how, in the midst of hunger and deprivation, Sahbra still found joy in simple things like cats, the moon, wolves, and fireflies. A story of the triumph of the human spirit, this memoir provides strong insight into the courage, strength, and dignity possessed by those who endured the Holocaust.


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By Ann Barnett

David Wayne Russell is ready to feel young and free again. As he makes his way home to Kentucky from Vietnam, David knows his fiancée, Libby, has already mapped out a life for him and worries he will not live up to her expectations. But as he makes a stop in Los Angeles to catch up with his army buddy, Doug Campbell, all of that could change with one risky proposition.

When Doug suggests that David could use his Kentucky family farm to get rich by growing marijuana, David shrugs it off as a crazy notion. As he reunites with Libby, who immediately begins pushing him to become the man both she and her judge father want him to be, David feels he has no choice but to marry her, manage her family’s farm, and follow someone else’s dreams for the rest of his life. But when the judge remarries and his attractive stepdaughter complicates things. Libby wants David to buy out her father’s interest in the farm now instead of waiting for her inheritance. Suddenly in need of big money, David rethinks Doug’s offer and makes a decision that leads him down a different and much darker path.

Between the Rows is the compelling tale of one man’s struggle to keep a secret as he faces the consequences of one fateful choice.


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By Ann Barnett

David Wayne Russell is ready to feel young and free again. As he makes his way home to Kentucky from Vietnam, David knows his fiancée, Libby, has already mapped out a life for him and worries he will not live up to her expectations. But as he makes a stop in Los Angeles to catch up with his army buddy, Doug Campbell, all of that could change with one risky proposition.

When Doug suggests that David could use his Kentucky family farm to get rich by growing marijuana, David shrugs it off as a crazy notion. As he reunites with Libby, who immediately begins pushing him to become the man both she and her judge father want him to be, David feels he has no choice but to marry her, manage her family’s farm, and follow someone else’s dreams for the rest of his life. But when the judge remarries and his attractive stepdaughter complicates things. Libby wants David to buy out her father’s interest in the farm now instead of waiting for her inheritance. Suddenly in need of big money, David rethinks Doug’s offer and makes a decision that leads him down a different and much darker path.

Between the Rows is the compelling tale of one man’s struggle to keep a secret as he faces the consequences of one fateful choice.


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By Jamie B. Laurie

Will is gay and struggling with it. Belittled, ridiculed, and beaten down by his so-called friends, he is pushed to his breaking point. He must make a change. With his quirky aunt Nellie by his side, Will moves to the sunny town of Seaside City, where he embarks on a journey to reinvent himself, discover first love, and maybe find a little bit of happiness along the way.

Hannah is Seaside City’s resident extrovert—but behind her façade of confidence, she is riddled with insecurities. When she meets Will, Hannah decides to take him under her wing and become his guide. For a girl who desperately needs to be heard and understood, Will just may be exactly the friend she needs.

Daniel is Hannah’s gorgeous twin brother—the perfect combination of funny, charming, and intelligent. Even though he should be off limits, Will cannot help but fall for him. But will a devious girlfriend and the confusion of sexual identity come between them?

The Big Summer is a witty and touching tale that explores the ups and downs of first love, the struggles of self-acceptance, the value of friendship, and the true meaning of happiness.


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By Jamie B. Laurie

Will is gay and struggling with it. Belittled, ridiculed, and beaten down by his so-called friends, he is pushed to his breaking point. He must make a change. With his quirky aunt Nellie by his side, Will moves to the sunny town of Seaside City, where he embarks on a journey to reinvent himself, discover first love, and maybe find a little bit of happiness along the way.

Hannah is Seaside City’s resident extrovert—but behind her façade of confidence, she is riddled with insecurities. When she meets Will, Hannah decides to take him under her wing and become his guide. For a girl who desperately needs to be heard and understood, Will just may be exactly the friend she needs.

Daniel is Hannah’s gorgeous twin brother—the perfect combination of funny, charming, and intelligent. Even though he should be off limits, Will cannot help but fall for him. But will a devious girlfriend and the confusion of sexual identity come between them?

The Big Summer is a witty and touching tale that explores the ups and downs of first love, the struggles of self-acceptance, the value of friendship, and the true meaning of happiness.


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By Glen R. Stott
It is 3289 when rumors of unusual people living in caves far from his land attract the attention of warrior leader Warlog. His shaman, Rayloc, fears the strangers are servants of evil determined to destroy his way of life. Meanwhile, Sotif, History Man of the Alliance between Earth People and Sun People, tries to guard his culture against changes that could induce Mother Earth to withdraw her blessings—while Warlog focuses on severing that alliance, which has lasted for hundreds of generations, by subjugating the Sun People and destroying the Earth People. Faced with this threat, Sotif races to find the Spirit Fire to help his people defeat Warlog. But the key to success lies in the hands of Tincolad, one of Warlog’s warriors who has been captured by the Alliance. Now only time will tell if Sotif can persuade Tincolad to help find the Spirit Fire in time—as the fate of the Earth People hangs in the balance. The second book in a trilogy about the interaction between Neandertals and Cro-Magnons, Spirit Fire presents an epic adventure that sweeps across prehistoric Europe, Asia, and Alaska, as the man who invented war embarks on a quest to conquer the world.
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By Glen R. Stott
It is 3289 when rumors of unusual people living in caves far from his land attract the attention of warrior leader Warlog. His shaman, Rayloc, fears the strangers are servants of evil determined to destroy his way of life. Meanwhile, Sotif, History Man of the Alliance between Earth People and Sun People, tries to guard his culture against changes that could induce Mother Earth to withdraw her blessings—while Warlog focuses on severing that alliance, which has lasted for hundreds of generations, by subjugating the Sun People and destroying the Earth People. Faced with this threat, Sotif races to find the Spirit Fire to help his people defeat Warlog. But the key to success lies in the hands of Tincolad, one of Warlog’s warriors who has been captured by the Alliance. Now only time will tell if Sotif can persuade Tincolad to help find the Spirit Fire in time—as the fate of the Earth People hangs in the balance. The second book in a trilogy about the interaction between Neandertals and Cro-Magnons, Spirit Fire presents an epic adventure that sweeps across prehistoric Europe, Asia, and Alaska, as the man who invented war embarks on a quest to conquer the world.
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By Van R. Mayhall Jr.

Dr. Clotile Lejeune, an ancient languages expert, barely survived her encounter with the Kolektor, a billionaire arms merchant desperate to possess the ancient oil jar bequeathed to Cloe by her father. Now that the Kolektor has met his fate at the hands of the Sicarii—the shadowy successors to Judean revolutionaries and now guardians of the cave of jars—Cloe is busy translating the newly discovered and potentially earth-shaking journal of Christ’s public ministry. But when she is called to a personal audience with the pope, Cloe soon realizes her past has caught up with her once again.

With the fate of Christianity at risk, Pope Francis charges Cloe to find the cache of jars and keep them away from their adversaries. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, the Kolektor’s criminal organization has been taken over by a ruthless man intent on stopping at nothing to find the cave of jars—and the Sicarii. Led by biblical clues, Cloe; her son, J.E.; and the monsignor, a mysterious Vatican operative, embark on a perilous journey to France, Jerusalem, and Tunisia, relentlessly pursued by the Kolektor’s replacement. Only time will tell who will find the cave of jars first.

In the exciting sequel to Judas the Apostle, Cloe and her friends race against time to find the ancient jars before Christianity is destroyed forever.


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By Van R. Mayhall Jr.

Dr. Clotile Lejeune, an ancient languages expert, barely survived her encounter with the Kolektor, a billionaire arms merchant desperate to possess the ancient oil jar bequeathed to Cloe by her father. Now that the Kolektor has met his fate at the hands of the Sicarii—the shadowy successors to Judean revolutionaries and now guardians of the cave of jars—Cloe is busy translating the newly discovered and potentially earth-shaking journal of Christ’s public ministry. But when she is called to a personal audience with the pope, Cloe soon realizes her past has caught up with her once again.

With the fate of Christianity at risk, Pope Francis charges Cloe to find the cache of jars and keep them away from their adversaries. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, the Kolektor’s criminal organization has been taken over by a ruthless man intent on stopping at nothing to find the cave of jars—and the Sicarii. Led by biblical clues, Cloe; her son, J.E.; and the monsignor, a mysterious Vatican operative, embark on a perilous journey to France, Jerusalem, and Tunisia, relentlessly pursued by the Kolektor’s replacement. Only time will tell who will find the cave of jars first.

In the exciting sequel to Judas the Apostle, Cloe and her friends race against time to find the ancient jars before Christianity is destroyed forever.


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By Arnold Obomanu

Nigeria faces endemic corruption and significant ethnic tension. Trouble is brewing, and author Arnold Obomanu knows something must be done. In The Survival Mindset he provides a simple and powerful explanation for many of the contradictions that perplex Nigerians and friends of Nigeria.

Using examples from everyday Nigerian life, Obomanu illustrates how major problems such as corruption, ethnicity and loss of traditional values derive from the same core problem of a scarcity mentality. He then shows how a systematic strategy can be developed to tackle these issues on a national level. This study digs deep to unearth valuable insights, such as the ideas that ethnicity provides social security for the average Nigerian and that corruption is mainly propagated by poor public service delivery.

The Survival Mindset tackles major issues in one of the most complex developing countries in the world, demonstrates the method in the madness, and outlines principles useful in understanding and tackling similar problems in other African and developing countries. It empowers readers to reengage in building Nigeria with renewed vigour, clarity and enthusiasm.


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By Arnold Obomanu

Nigeria faces endemic corruption and significant ethnic tension. Trouble is brewing, and author Arnold Obomanu knows something must be done. In The Survival Mindset he provides a simple and powerful explanation for many of the contradictions that perplex Nigerians and friends of Nigeria.

Using examples from everyday Nigerian life, Obomanu illustrates how major problems such as corruption, ethnicity and loss of traditional values derive from the same core problem of a scarcity mentality. He then shows how a systematic strategy can be developed to tackle these issues on a national level. This study digs deep to unearth valuable insights, such as the ideas that ethnicity provides social security for the average Nigerian and that corruption is mainly propagated by poor public service delivery.

The Survival Mindset tackles major issues in one of the most complex developing countries in the world, demonstrates the method in the madness, and outlines principles useful in understanding and tackling similar problems in other African and developing countries. It empowers readers to reengage in building Nigeria with renewed vigour, clarity and enthusiasm.


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