Alina, the White Lady of Oystermouth

By Ann Marie Thomas

In this piece of non fiction, the writer has presented the life story of Alina de Breos in her fight for the Gower peninsular. It includes important information about her family, Wales and England at that time period - including the famous fight between King...

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Me, My Mother, My Life

A Journey through Pain and Healing
By Ayomide Adeniola

"Me, My Mother, My life" is the story of a Nigerian woman who goes through life's journey burdened by her culture and traditions. Ayomide is a product of a broken marriage and has to mature very fast. She grows up in Nigeria watching her mother...

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The Sycamore Seed

Poems 1980-2012
By J.D. Mallinson

Each "The Sycamore Seed" poem is beautifully composed by J.D. Mallinson. These are not mere trite rhyming couplets to please the ear, but are filled with the details and depth of nature herself. In fact, I would go further and say that "Sycamore Seed" is...

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Screwing Up Love

or How to Make Love Grow and Last
By James Downton, Jr.

“Screwing Up Love” by James Downton, Jr., Ph.D., is the “Relationship Owner’s Manual” every married couple since Adam and Eve has lamented not having. Better known as Dr. Bob, the Love Coach, the author very cleverly has written this do-it-yourself marital guide from the negative...

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Things I Wish I'd Known

An E-book for Teens
By Julie-Anne

“Things I Wish I’d Known” by Julie-Anne is the book we’d all like to write. Who hasn’t had occasion to think “if I’d only known then what I know now . . .”? Julie-Anne took that lament one step further, and put it on paper,...

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Side-Yard Superhero

Life Lessons from an Unlikely Teacher
By Rick D. Niece, Ph.D.

Superheroes come in many sizes and shapes. For Rick Niece, his hero came confined in a wheelchair. "Side-Yard Superhero" is the coming-of-age tale of the friendship that emerged between a nine year old, small town paper boy and the most special of the 72 customers...

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Stop and Smell the Garbage

A Caregiver's Story of Survival
By Christine Sutton

If you are one of the millions of caregivers taking care of a loved one with Alzheimer’s, you must have “Stop and Smell the Garbage: A Caregiver’s Story of Survival” by Christine McMahon Sutton as part of your toolkit. Sutton was a caregiver for her...

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Teen Devotionals... for Girls!

By Heather Hart and Shelley Hitz

"Teen Devotionals . . . for Girls" is to help young girls find a way to apply God’s Words to their lives. These devotions are written just for young girls, with topics that deal with what teenagers are facing today. The desire of the authors...

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Game-Day Youth

Learning Baseball's Lingo
By Suzy Beamer Bohnert

Baseball is an extremely popular sport with a large following; from T-ball to Major League, the stands are filled with cheering fans. Former sports writer Suzy Beamer Bohnert explains the game in easy to understand terms. In her book "Game Day Goddess: Learning Baseball’s Lingo"...

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Have Fun & Get It Done

Graduate From a Top University in 3 Years or Less Without Being a Genius
By Jenee Ariel Dana

"Have Fun & Get It Done: Graduate From a Top University in 3 Years or Less Without Being a Genius," written by Jenee Ariel Dana, is a must-have for all high school juniors and seniors who are college bound! Split into short chapters focusing on...

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