Overcast

By Michael Froilan

Overcast by Michael Froilan is a collection of poems covering several topics. The theme of self-love and acceptance is prevalent throughout the book. Society and people around us are always trying to make us fit in, but the author emphasizes the power of being self-aware....

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Her Alibi

By Mary L Schmidt

As a child, Mary could not figure out why her mother's behavior toward her tended to be either violent or angry. As she got older the relationship between them only got worse, so much so that she could not wait to get out of living...

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Once There Was a Child

By Darlene Pscheidell Kwarta

Once There Was a Child by Darlene Pscheidell Kwarta is a heartbreaking yet inspiring account of Ms. Kwarta’s experience as a teacher of severely handicapped and abused children. She was motivated to enter this challenging profession, she says, by such works as The Miracle Worker,...

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Asphalt Eden

By Sausha Douglas Lovell, D.E. Siems

Everyone deserves a second chance at redemption. Asphalt Eden by Sausha Douglas Lovell and D.E. Siems is the true story of Sausha Douglas Lovell, who found himself mired in a life of crime and drugs ever since he left home at the tender age of...

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Shadows of the Acropolis

By Richard C. Lyons

The founding fathers of the world’s most powerful nation − the United States of America − were both objective and precise about the form of government and its workings when they drafted the American constitution. They intended that a representative government would control the state,...

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Welcome to Our Real Matrix

One with No Escape
By Tom Arant

What exactly is reality? How do we interpret the world around us? Are we perceiving the world accurately, or are we viewing it through faulty lenses? If you've ever experienced these thoughts, this book is for you. Welcome to Our Real Matrix is Tom Arant's...

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Make Your Kids Millionaires

Step-by-step Guide to Lead Children to Financial Freedom
By Loral Langemeier and Kyle Boeckman

Make Your Kids Millionaires: Step-by-step Guide to Lead Children to Financial Freedom by Loral Langemeier and Kyle Boeckman is a work that combines parenting and financial literacy. This book helps you to take steps early on to prepare your children for making sound financial decisions....

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Why Do People Have Pets?

(People and Pets) A collection of pet-centric columns by featured Daytona Beach News Journal columnist
By Barry KuKes

Why Do People Have Pets? by Barry KuKes is a collection of just over seventy articles KuKes has written for a Florida-based paper. KuKes is an employee at a local humane society and uses his experience and the questions he receives to craft his articles....

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Chicago Rage

A Memoir of the 1960's Chicago Riots
By Ronald Schulz

Following Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, 17-year-old Ronald Schulz chose to leave home, establish a commune in Chicago, and join the Yippee revolution. Thus began his road trip, in which he encountered a variety of characters, including a sexually unsatisfied deacon, homosexual guys who gave...

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Ivy Lodge

A Memoir of Translation and Discovery
By Linda Murphy Marshall

Ivy Lodge: A Memoir of Translation and Discovery by multi-linguist and professional translator Linda Murphy Marshall is a unique memoir triggered by the death of the author’s parents. Returning to Ivy Lodge, her childhood home in the Midwest, with her siblings to sort out the...

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