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Making A's in College

On July 29, 2011, in Education - Non-Fiction, by Sandra Gibson

Starting college? Returning after years away? In college now–but struggling? College is demanding for everyone–but doing well can open doors for the rest of your life. If you aren’t sure you’re ready to succeed on today’s highly competitive campuses, “Making A’s in College” can quickly bring you up to speed. Dr. Sandra Gibson has taught […]

Thin Places: Where Faith Is Affirmed And Hope Dwells

Bill and Terry Treacy died three months apart, after fifty years of marriage and a lifetime of faith. Devastated by this loss, their ten children found comfort in inexplicable signs assuring them that their parents were at peace, reunited in heaven, and yet still present in the lives of those who grieved for them. In Thin Places: Where Faith […]

This Path We Share: Beating the Odds

On July 29, 2011, in Relationships/Sexuality - Non-Fiction, by admin

Nearly 50 percent of married couples in the United States end up divorced. Government figures from the Center of Disease Control show the U.S. marriage rate is 7.1 per 1000 total population and the divorce rate is 3.5 per 1000. According to, the percentage of married persons who reach their 25th anniversary is 33 […]

Artists and Thieves

On July 29, 2011, in Mystery/Suspense/Thriller - Fiction, by Linda Schroeder

Where there is art, there are thieves. Mai Ling is both. Artist by day, thief by night, she recovers stolen art for Interpol. It’s a business, not a passion, until her beloved grandfather reveals a family secret that is also a destiny. He is duty-bound to return to china an especially precious bowl which belonged […]

The Golden Crusader

On July 29, 2011, in Mystery/Suspense/Thriller - Fiction, by Linda Langwith

When Gemma Ravenscroft returns to Yorkshire, she is determined to put the past behind her. But coming home to Strathkeel has opened up a Pandora’s Box of painful memories, fueled by meddling friends and old enemies. Escalating vandalism against her cottage and threats against her life only strengthen Gemma’s resolve to discover just what is […]

Rae's Revenge & Redemption

On July 29, 2011, in Romance - Fiction, by LaVerne

The simmering fire started deep within her soul, igniting and exploding like a blazing volcano. A smokescreen of shattered ashes eluded her from the bigger picture. For Rae, life seems unbearable as a vital piece of the jigsaw puzzle is missing. How can she heal from this bitterness? A heart loaded with the bile of […]

Big Skye Ranch

On July 29, 2011, in Teen Literature - Fiction, by Laurel Jaguar

Beverly Hills celebutante Houston Knight has a $10,000 a month allowance, never sees her famous parents, and could care less. Living the privileged life of young Hollywood, volatile Houston is unstoppable – right up until the moment she’s arrested for drug dealing and assault. Fifteen year old Cat likes older guys and if sex is […]

The Vandenberg Diamonds

On July 29, 2011, in Mystery/Suspense/Thriller - Fiction, by John_ Russo

During WWII, uncut diamonds worth millions are hidden on a pig farm in Sicily. Vandenberg Mining’s head of security, Sean Corklin, is dispatched to find the lost diamonds after the end of the war. His search takes him from South Africa to England and then to Egypt. John Russo is a former Creative Director for […]

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