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New Releases— June 2021

New Releases— June 2021

    North Dakota is regarded as flyover country, but extraordinary narratives play out on this improbable Great Plains landscape. North Dakota is the home of one of the world’s largest nuclear missile fields, one of the first mosques in America, a zany collection of roadside attractions, resurgent Native American communities, one of the nation’s…

Literary Titan Book Award

Literary Titan Book Award

Literary-Titan-Award   Greg Field’s has won a Literary Titan Book Award for Through the Waters and the WIld.    “I was hungry, seeing myself starving for want of something I could not define. I sought it constantly, sought it at every turn, searched every face I met for hints of it, looked everywhere I could conceive.…

Three New Reviews from Midwest Book Review

Three New Reviews from Midwest Book Review

  Goodbye, Orchid Rising from ashes is hard. Giving up the one you love is harder. Thirty-two year-old Phoenix Walker is an entrepreneur who has built an agency with a heart almost as big as his own. To add to his good fortune, he’s falling for Orchid Paige, the beautiful half-Asian marketer who’s collaborated with…

New Releases—December 2020

New Releases—December 2020

Reflections of My Life by Paul Kuypers Reflections of My life is an autobiography of my life so far. Perhaps a short one, but certainly a very intense and a very real one, making me the man I am proud to be today-proud of what I have been through, as each experience was a life lesson…

New Releases—November 2020

New Releases—November 2020

Talent by B. Lynn Goodwin Sandee Mason is convinced her life will change if she can just win applause for her talents—whatever they may be. She can’t wait to accomplish something after living in the shadow of her big brother, Bri, who disappeared in Afghanistan months earlier, leaving Sandee craving the same attention the whole…

An Interview with Carol Van Den Hende

An Interview with Carol Van Den Hende

  Carol Van Den Hende is an award-winning author who pens stories of resilience and hope. Her novel “Goodbye, Orchid” won the American Fiction Award for urban fiction and Pinnacle Achievement Award for multi-cultural fiction, and has been named a most anticipated fall read by Buzzfeed, Parade and Travel+Leisure. She’s also a speaker, strategist, and…

New Releases—The May/June Round-Up

New Releases—The May/June Round-Up

Bobby Ether and the Jade Academy by R. Scott Boyer   When Bobby Ether is abducted and brought to the secluded Jade Academy in Tibet, monks teach him and other special students how to tap into their Anima—the universal energy that connects all living things.But the headmistress of the academy is secretly testing each student,…

Carl’s Story Hero Honored with Carl Willig Day in Williamsburg, Virginia

Carl’s Story Hero Honored with Carl Willig Day in Williamsburg, Virginia

PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, on behalf of the citizens of the City of Williamsburg, I, Paul T. Freiling, Mayor of the City of W illiamsburg , Virginia, am honored to proclaim April 10, 2018 as Carl Willig Day in this, the 100th anniversary year of the end of WW I; and WHEREAS, Mr. Willig, a first-generation American…