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  • Keep Moving, Keep Shooting

    by Clay E. Novak

    Combat veteran Terry Davis traded a life of adventure and violence for the quiet of the Midwest prairie. But when he catches wind of a potential terror threat to the country he swore to protect as a young man, his instincts make it impossible to stay on the sidelines. Dusting off his years of training and experience—and his guns—to protect himself, his friends, and his nation, the aging warrior winds up in Tampa, making friends and meeting enemies along the way. As the threat slowly takes shape and reveals itself to Terry and his friends, he relies on the smarts and skills that kept him alive through years of combat. Yet the threat is much bigger than he realized, and he’s not sure who he can trust. The one thing he knows for sure is that if he wants to stay alive, he needs to Keep Moving, Keep Shooting.

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  • Fair Winds, Following Seas, and a Few Bolters

    by Stephen C. McKenna

    From rural Michigan, through Georgia Tech, Aviation Officer Candidate School, flight training, two Western Pacific cruises, and as an instructor pilot, LT McKenna met and overcame multiple obstacles in pursuit of his dream of serving his country as a Navy carrier pilot. His story is told with humor, and a heartfelt belief in the importance of American leadership, morally and militarily. As an aerospace engineer, pilot, and landing signals officer, LT McKenna uses his extensive knowledge of aircraft and flight deck operations to take readers aboard an aircraft carrier as it launches and recovers aircraft off a pitching flight deck in what has been described as one of the most dangerous work environments on the planet.

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  • Lucky at Bat

    by Alisse Lee Goldenberg & Joseph Goldenberg

    Lucky At Bat follows the story of a young boy named Jack, and his two rescue rats- Lucky and Gus-Gus. Jack discovers that Lucky has a talent for baseball, and the little rat becomes Jack’s Little League team's mascot and secret batting coach. When rival team The Devil Rays call Lucky’s presence “cheating”, tensions rise resulting in a terrible accident. Lucky and Jack feel that maybe a rat's place isn't at a ballpark, despite the fact that Lucky had been made an important part of the team. It becomes up to Jack's teammates and Lucky's brother Gus-Gus to show both Lucky and Jack that they are special and important, and they should not give up on their dreams, no matter how big their dreams may be.

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  • The Buddhist CEO

    by Thane Lawrie

    Hamish’s chance encounter with a Buddhist monk has a profound effect on his life. He dreams of becoming a monk one day, but he loves his family deeply, and at work, he quickly and unexpectedly climbs the career ladder. Hamish discovers that leading with compassion is a winning formula and is soon promoted to CEO of a struggling organization. Throughout the years, he continues to seek peace, solitude, and everyday answers at a Buddhist monastery, and strives to apply Buddhist teachings to everything he does. On the face of it, Hamish is successful, leading the organization on to win many awards and largely satisfied with his efforts to intermingle the material and spiritual. But behind the scenes, staff plot against him, attempting to bring him down and sabotage his efforts. Is it possible for the Buddhist CEO to solve these challenges, yet stay true to his core values and beliefs?

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  • Into the Attic

    by Ellen Sherman

    As writer Caroline Crane confronts her past amidst the mountains of boxes in her attic, the ghosts of her parents and first husband appear. They had died in a car accident nearly twenty years earlier when her two children were small. Caroline has many things she wants to tell the ghosts, but they have come with strong opinions and stunning revelations. And it is Thanksgiving, which Caroline and her second husband are hosting. Soon the guests will arrive: her children, other family, and friends. What happens next is extraordinary.

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  • That Time I Got Cancer

    by 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 there was nothing they could do. That Time I Got Cancer: A Love Story is about experiencing joy even in desperate times. It’s about the relationships that anchor us, even as they must be entirely redefined. At forty-one, married, with a young son, Jim said goodbye to his family. When a brilliant new surgeon performed a radical operation, Jim was diagnosed with lymphoma, which led to chemotherapy. Five years would pass before Jim began to understand what he had endured. Through mortality and back to life, this is the inspiring journey of a man awakened to the full experience of being alive, and being present for it all.

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  • Malediction

    by Bobby Thorne

    Malediction provides a look at the dark side of the westward trail in this mix of Western and paranormal thriller. South and Jonah have been members of Titus Dupont’s gang for over four years, but when South starts having reservations about their line of work, everything changes. A passing preacher convinces him to join his congregation’s wagon train as they attempt to start a church on the West Coast. After Jonah and South use the wagon train as a getaway following a bank robbery goes awry, they soon find that their sins cannot be escaped without penance. With surprise encounters and unsettling omens laden throughout, Malediction follows an unforgiving journey that pushes everyone past their limits.

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  • Curse of the Klondike

    by Rick Taylor

    The plan is all mapped out. Justin and Libby, his true love, will journey to the gold fields and strike it rich together. But a handsome stranger in a tweed suit shakes the original plan to the core when he persuades Libby to stay in Skagway rather than proceed north to the Klondike with Justin. Libby soon discovers that her new love is a master criminal by the name of Jefferson Randolph “Soapy” Smith. Convinced that Soapy has never killed anyone, Libby’s love holds until a shattering discovery is made. What will become of her in the unforgiving frontier?

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  • The Musician

    by Heloisa Prieto

    Thomas has felt alone most of his life. His only companions are the musical creatures that he sees but others can't. Wealth, talent, charisma, good looks, and fame, conceal eighteen-year-old Thomas' lingering pain following the loss of both of his parents. His music is his bridge to the world and his favorite form of connection. A chance meeting with a group of strangers in the park leads to connections he never thought possible, and as his magical musical secret is revealed, there are those who wish to steal it from him. The wealthy Dr. Alonso and his beguiling daughter Dora trick Thomas into joining a cult from which he may never escape. It is Marlui, a young Guarani xaman and student that senses the danger surrounding Thomas, and she vows to protect him from Dr. Alonso at all costs. Can she protect Thomas long enough to rescue him or will Thomas succumb to the advances of Dora and lose not only his heart but his musical powers? Find out in this thrilling magical realism story from award-winning, bestselling author Heloisa Prieto.

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  • Cooperative Communication

    by Jennifer B. Shupert

    When parents of minor children divorce or separate, they don’t get to just walk away. They still must communicate with each other regarding their children. Unfortunately, this communication often has an added layer of difficulty because their conversations, texts and emails are weighed down by the years of animosity or distrust that have accumulated between them. In many cases their communication is also likely being scrutinized by lawyers or judges as “proof” of how the parents are getting along. The concepts contained in Cooperative Communication are simple, practical, and easy to apply. These guidelines will help parents communicate more effectively and feel confident that their communication style is appropriate.

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