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  • A Child’s Wish

    by Warren Van James

    A Child’s Wish, dives in the depths of children, parent relationships. A dark story about a death row inmate that has become fortunate enough to meet his now adult children before he is put to death. Seems like a wonderful opportunity, but who would have ever thought his 4x6 cell would be more desirable? This thrilling novel brings revenge, secrets, lies and family to a new level. This is a novel with the intense themes, readability, and great appeal to be a mainstream bestseller.


  • Dear Daughter

    by Wil LaVeist

    After 20-plus years of marriage and parenting, renowned radio host, professor and author Wil LaVeist uncovered a family secret that dropped him and his adult daughter to their knees. A chance DNA test revealed that his “daddy’s girl” is not his biological child. LaVeist instead focused on the future, confronting the root cause that led to this tremendous pain and his daughter’s resentment as she tries to cope with the truth. “Dear Daughter" is his love letter from a dad to his daughter, and to all women who’ve had broken relationships with their fathers that often lead to reckless choices that cause great pain. In this, ironically, pro-marriage work, LaVeist weaves the advice of experts with storytelling – including his own journey ending in divorce court, revealing the damaging flaws of paternity laws. He bridges the “deadbeat dads” gap, delivering transparent provocative dialogue on love, pain, healing and the law that good dad’s share, but that many women miss when their fathers are absent or dysfunctional. “Dear Daughter” will appeal to women who are considering marriage and parenting, but also anyone who desires healthy long-term love relationships.


  • Life, Love, & Internet Dating

    by Douglas Alan Weiss

    Why are we so often attracted to people who are so obviously wrong for us? How do we find that one person we are destined to love and be loved by for the rest of our lives? Can the Internet really help? Answers to these and many other questions you may have asked yourself at one time or another are the subject of Douglas Alan Weiss’, Life, Love & Internet Dating. Loosely modeled on Robert Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, Life, Love & Internet Dating explores truths about human relationships, those we have with our selves, with others and with that higher being we sometimes refer to as God, through the lens of Internet dating. It is at once a personal journey and a deeply nuanced investigation of life and the conditions of happiness and fulfillment men and women seek as they move though their lives.


  • The Hypnotist’s Daughter

    by Brittany Raschdorf

    In the movie industry, you don’t get something for nothing. The beauty and splendor of a Hollywood lifestyle cant hide the ugly that evil leaves behind. Prosperity Baxter has been hypnotized to forget her past. When scenes from her lead role in a horror film dredge up those memories, secrets begin to surface. Lies, cover up’s, and an unthinkable initiation all leave Peri desperate for one thing: revenge.The only ray of hope: Hudson, Peri’s new manager. But blurring lines with someone so enveloped in the industry isn’t something she is comfortable with. Can she trust him with her secrets? Prosperity is determined to find out if there is enough good in this world to overcome the evil she sees everywhere she looks – even in her own eyes.


  • His Frozen Fingertips

    by Charlotte Bowyer

    When he is diagnosed with a life-threatening heart condition at the age of seventeen, Asa is certain that his adventures have come to an end. He is alone, having been abandoned by parents who never wanted him and a village that couldn’t raise him. However, as the bells start to ring, those are the least of his problems. The evil sorcerer Erebus has the land of Eodem under his control. Thrust into a world of distrust and aggression, Asa can rely on just one person: his friend Averett. The wall that divides Eodem seems to be an unobtainable goal, and danger is always one step ahead.


  • Leaving War, Finding Love: A Veteran’s Transition

    by Hillary Sigrist

    Throughout generations, soldiers have been to war and returned home changed men. Within the journey from man to warrior an identity, brotherhood and purpose was formed. As these veterans transition out of service they are asked to shed that past and chart unknown territory. What happens when war returns home for the final time? How do marriages survive the new battlefield? How can wives offer understanding and support? Leaving War, Finding Love illustrates the season of marriage post-military and the common difficulties associated with the civilian transition. It signifies the difference between PTSD and what the author has discovered as, Military Separation Anxiety and how the latter affects marriages. Its unique message speaks directly to the wife who transitions alongside her service member; addressing both her supportive role as well as their new civilian relationship. With 48% of all post-9/11 veterans stating they have experienced strains in family relations after leaving the military, Leaving War, Finding Love is both timely and imperative to help every American Hero and their family transition successfully.


  • ALL IN: 101 Real-Life Business Lessons for Emerging Entrepreneurs

    by Bill Green

    You have the Big Idea, the drive and ambition. You see the market, and you’ve identified the customers. You know there’s a niche for your start-up business, but you don’t know where to start. Enter Bill Green, the ultimate start-up entrepreneur. Using his own impressive business achievements (and his few fiascos), Green provides the reader with the practical tools needed to launch their Big Idea. In a unique, humorous, and impassioned style, Bill shares 101 key insights he has gleaned over a 40-year business career that began with a flea market table for plumbing supplies. He explains, step by step, what it took to leverage his flea market sales into a small hardware store, and then morph that store into Wilmar Industries, a $630 million distribution empire with 2,300 employees.Today, numerous Wilmar offshoots continue to thrive as multi-billion-dollar spinoffs in real estate and finance, and all still bear Bill’s fingerprints. His message is universal and is the ideal road map for anyone thinking of starting up a business, and who might wonder how the Bill Greens of the business world do what they do so well.


  • A Balanced Life

    by Felix Dominicci

    A Balanced Life is the story of an orphan boy born on a coffee plantation in Puerto Rico. Exposed to four different father figures who all taught him something of value, he never felt prepared to accept their teachings. After joining the Navy and in search of a more stable life, he returned to his home town in Puerto Rico to look for a bride. He met again his first grade dream girl and five days later married her, transforming his emotional life into a journey of love and responsibility. A Balanced Life follows his journey of redemption and how his life experiences helped shaped his 30 year naval career and 14 year Civil service career working with the Navy, his 60 year marriage and his wife’s long battle with Alzheimer’s disease and how these experiences shaped the lives of their children and grandchildren.


  • The Clandestine Consultant: Kings, Sheiks, Warlords and Dictators

    by Luke Bencie

    He is an international consultant who advises some of the world’s most wretched leaders and underworld figures, helping them maintain their grip on power. Amassing impressive wealth for his skills, this global nomad is able to enjoy the finer things in life, including expensive clothes, exotic travel, and beautiful women. But the possession he treasures most is his anonymity… that is, until he is double-crossed by a competitor. He finds that the only way out of his predicament is by cooperating with the U.S. intelligence community, thus making him a target of his former employers.


  • Carl’s Story

    by Noretta Willig

    Carl’s Story began almost a century ago on September 16, 1918. On that victorious day, when the US Army won its first battle in Europe and the war was just days from ending, Carl Willig, a doughboy in company H and the uncle of author Noretta Willig, was killed. In the turmoil of the battle, Carl was lost. For three generations, his family felt the impact of that loss. Then, almost ninety years later, Noretta’s phone rang and a genealogist identified Noretta as Carl’s next of kin. Why? Because “probably they found something.” Searching a trunk filled with nearly forgotten photographs and letters, Noretta met Carl across the years and discovered her mission to remember and to honor him.