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Author Spotlight

Gábor Eichammer, Author Spotlight

Gábor Eichammer (the Oakhammer) is an author, illustrator and occasional stand-up comedian. He’s won several short story writing competitions, and his stories were published in three separate compilation books in Hungary. This is his first book written entirely in English. No Happy Endings contains seven short stories all of which were written and illustrated throughout

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A.T. Balsara, Author Spotlight

Deep below the market, in the dark tunnels no human knows exist, a war has begun. Led by the charismatic Beloved Chairman, a colony of rats plots to exterminate the ugly two-legs who have tortured them in labs, crushed them with boots, and looked at them with disgust for as long as anyone can remember.  When the Chairman’s nephew

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Edy Nathan, Author Spotlight

In It’s Grief, Edy Nathan examines the emotional and devastating impact of loss and trauma. It identifies the intricacies of the dark and unfamiliar effects on the self. The book illuminates how the brain holds the complex circuitry of grief. It then provides choices to help deal with the complexity of grief. It’s Grief unravels the mysterious dimensions of

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Michael Taylor, Author Spotlight

Without question life can be difficult and challenging. But what if all the challenges in your life were really just stepping stones to living the life of your dreams? Join Coach Michael Taylor as he shares how he was able to overcome being a high school dropout, a divorce, depression, bankruptcy andforeclosure and is now living his dream

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W. A. Holdsworth, Author Spotlight

Novum Orbis Regnum. A single, worldwide government. Many believe a worldwide government will herald the end of freedom and democracy, the second coming of Christ—a time of great tribulation. Others believe it will finally bring about a just, compassionate, worldwide society—a time of true equality and enlightenment. Either way, what would bring about such a

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J.A. Angelo, Author Spotlight

Summertime is vacation time for the Angelino family, and the two Angelino boys are excited about their upcoming camping trip. They’re going to the local state park, where they can swim, go fishing, and look for wildlife! Being on vacation doesn’t mean the boys have to be careful. An encounter with a sneezing deer provides

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E. Bowser, Author Spotlight

Taria Cross and LaToya Grey are final-year at Morrison University. Taria is working hard to achieve the career in investigative journalism that she’s always wanted, while Latoya is an aspiring fashion photographer. On the surface, they seem like nothing more than your typical twenty-two-year-olds – balancing college work, social circles and their plans for the

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LJ Greene, Author Spotlight

What could be more terrifying than falling in love with the person who is your good place? Maybe realizing just a smidge too late that there can be dire consequences to becoming your best friend’s lover. The lives of Keir Stevens and Selene Georgiou serendipitously collide midspan on San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, one jarring

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Joanne Verikios, Author Spotlight

Learn how to cultivate and hone that winning edge. Have you ever dreamed of taking your horsemanship to the next level; have you ever left the arena thinking you could have done better – or wondering why you didn’t? International author, horse riding champion and judge Joanne Verikios shares her years of expertise and experience

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William Brian Worthy, Author Spotlight

A pre-requisite to reading this book should be to first read “The Naked Society” by Vance Packard, which was published in 1964. The state of our society was in fact much worse than Vance Packard portrayed, and in every way, should be more appropriately described as “The Torn Society.” Even five years before the publication

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David E. Stevens, Author Spotlight

He dies … and wakes up in a genetically perfect body. Navy Commander Josh Logan’s fighter catches on fire during a routine test flight. Preventing it from hitting a neighborhood, he ejects too late. A year later, he wakes up in a city hospital looking like an omni-racial Olympic athlete. His body wasn’t repaired … it

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Tom Graneau, Author Spotlight

Why do most workers end up with pennies later in life after earning millions of dollars throughout their lifetime?  What prevents most people from escaping the anxiety of living paycheck to paycheck and the overwhelming realization of getting nowhere financially? What are the underlining causes that keep people living on credit, even when doing so

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Pamela Jean Horter-Moore, Author Spotlight

LoveQuest, a romantic fantasy, is a light-hearted retelling of one of the most enduring love stories from ancient Greek mythology: the forbidden passion of Eros, the god of Love, for the mortal woman Psyche. A god’s love for a mortal woman… It is ancient Greece, a world of gods, superstition, and magic. The villagers dwelling

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Jonathan Baldie, Author Spotlight

IT’S TIME TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR STORIES Stories have a unique power to immerse, delight, and educate. So why do some stories work and others fail? The 24 Laws of Storytelling distils the lessons learned from stories past and present into a practical handbook that you can use for any story you decide to write. This book

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R.C. Goodwin, Author Spotlight

Fiction. An intense, moving psychological thriller. James Shannon, a middle-aged widower with no criminal background or history of mental illness, commits a heinous crime. Shannon confesses immediately and the crime lacks obvious provocation. For family and friends seeking to come to terms with Shannon’s actions, the primary question remains: WHY? Once incarcerated, Shannon becomes mute

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