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An Interview with Maia Evrigenis
FILLING THE GAP between the experience of the sick and those living healthy lives in remission, Neon Jane follows twenty-four-year-old Maia’s journey to move forward from her childhood cancer experience as she is haunted by a spunky, ghostlike,...
New Releases—February 2023
Now more than ever, couples need guidance for navigating conflict wisely and skillfully. Drawing on insights from their work with couples since 1975, the Blooms offer practical tools and strategies that apply to all relationships. An End to Arguing convincingly shows...
New Releases—January 2023
Saturday is a take on the classic movie Mean Girls but has the unique twists and turns of a suspense novel. Each page introduces you deeper to the main characters and the understanding of their personalities and challenges. Saturday covers a wide range of topics that...
Our Best Year to Date: 2022
Looking back over the past year there is much to be proud of and pleased about. From a business standpoint we did very well, and from a creative standpoint our work continues to shine, and our we are fortunate to have collaborated with 100 authors from around the...
An Interview with Jim Zervanos
One minute Jim Zervanos was carrying his one-year-old boy to a baseball game; the next, he was in the ER, where for days he lay in limbo, being strangled from the inside. Teams of the best doctors were stumped by his worsening condition, before telling him...
The Miracle Child
By Kelly and Michael Lang
IN THE MIRACLE CHILD, KELLY AND MICHAEL Lang share their alternating and unique thoughts over the days and years following the tragic car incident that fractured their family and their lives, revealing the power of persistence, faith, acceptance, and above all, the commitment of family, encouraged when a pediatric neurologist calls their three-year-old daughter “the Miracle Child.”
The Silence in the Sound
By Dianne C. Braley
THE SILENCE IN THE SOUND details the devastating effects of growing up with addiction. Growing up with an alcoholic father and an enabling mother, Georgette clings to the loving memory of a childhood trip to Martha’s Vineyard to help see her through the bad times; and now, as an adult, she returns to the island to start her life over. But everything changes when she encounters the mysterious Dock.
Hell of Hosanna
By Kip Langton
IN HELL OF HOSANNA, OWNERSHIP becomes a thing of the past. Now, anyone can have anything-temporarily. Is this hosanna? Maybe on paper. But to James, the “rent and move on” lifestyle is a total hell. And in this hell, his impossible dream of becoming something fuels his transience and passivity. This is reality until one strange day, when the whole thing comes tumbling down on itself and James finally gets the opportunity to break away as he travels to the ultimate unknown in boundless space.
Author of Neon Jane
Q. Your new book, Neon Jane, came out last May. What inspired you to write it?
This book was inspired by my experience going through leukemia treatment at thirteen years old. During my cancer treatment, I dreamed of writing a book about the experience of cancer, but as I got older, I realized what I really wanted to talk about was the long-term effect of it and how having a sick past can impact us on a day-to-day basis. I didn’t see a lot of people talking about life after childhood cancer or about cancer in the way that I thought about it. I felt inspired to be a voice.
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