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The Archons Rise, Brian A. Sieteski

Humanity is under siege, simultaneous attacks of unknown origin against government leaders around the world have shaken society to its core. Foundations such as democracy, rule of law, and long-held alliances will be tested in this stark new reality. This story follows America on its path to take on this never-before-seen global calamity. Beginning with

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Just Joshin’ Ya: Reflections of an uncensored kid, Joy Anna

This fun collection captures the best everyday thoughts and unconscious musings of Josh, as he grew from a precocious toddler to a witty young boy. His mom kept his wisdom and witticisms written on scraps of paper and in a journal over the years, and she has finally released them for us to enJoy. The

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Inspiration for the Soul – Courage for the Heart, Nick Olsen

My hope is that this collection of inspirational poetry reflects both the best and worst experiences we face in our life. Most importantly, the poems are a way of offering inspiration, hope, and encouragement to our daily lives. These poems are presented with the intention to promote personal growth and elevating your spiritual growth. I

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Maldene II: Mysteries Of Olde, Mark Anthony Tierno

Of all that Sabu and his companions discovered in the bowels of Thïr Tÿorca, a simple looking map was the most mysterious. An indestructible map in an unknown language that starts them on a quest to seek out answers from the fabled Great Sage at the Foot of the World.And yet, these answers are only

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Who the F*** Wants to be President?!: My Year of Living Politically, JJ Walcutt

Why would anyone run for president?! Everyone believes you need a big name, deep pockets, and partisan clout to even try—and with good reason. But does it have to be that way, and could a no-name scientist from Florida have a shot at the Oval Office? This is the story of finding that answer. It’s part

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Crisanta Knight: The Severance Game, Geanna Culbertson

The Crisanta Knight Series: Book 1 – Crisanta Knight: Protagonist Bound; Book 2- Crisanta Knight: The Severance Game; Book 3 – Crisanta Knight: Inherent Fate; Book 4 – Crisanta Knight: The Liar, The Witch, & The Wormhole A lot of questions ran through my head as I desperately clung to the roof of a magic

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Little Lost Things, Eleanor Chance

Just when Grace Walker finally achieves the stable, happy life she’s always dreamed of, a dangerous character from her past resurfaces and her life spins out of control. The freefall begins when Johnny accidentally uncovers Grace’s lies about his past, and their bond suffers a near-fatal blow. At that moment, the kidnapper who got away

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A Journey of Three Degrees, A.L. Kent

In the lively little university town of Riverside, Anna is only two hours away from her parents’ home but in a world all her own. Focused on her studies and plans for traveling internationally after graduation, the normally non-romantic Anna is completely caught off guard by an uncharacteristic captivation that takes hold of her on

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The Genesis of Seven, Sara M Schaller

Eighteen-year-old Jordan Conway has always wanted to help people, but helping seven archangels to achieve their divine duty was never quite what he had in mind… When Jordan is entrusted by the head nun of his orphanage to deliver a mysterious backpack to a New York City address, he comes unexpectedly face-to-face with Archangel Gabriel.

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Maelstrom: Part I, Rip Converse

A sailing adventure from NE to the Caribbean turns into a nightmare In part 1 of Maelstrom. Ryan Cunningham wakes up one day and realizes that the dreams and values he’s pursued and emulated for 37 years are those of his parents and grandparents. There’s nothing wrong with them, they simply aren’t his. He sells

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River of Blood, O’Fuel

Sean Tower, reluctant beneficiary of a family tradition in law enforcement, spins headlong into the violent, corrupt world of a metropolitan police force. His anarchist idealism and the culture of the warrior cop prove destined for bloody collision. River of Blood is a sensational book written by the exceptional and talented O’Fuel and wow what

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How to Write a Grant: Become a Grant Writing Unicorn, Meredith Noble

Grant writers are by nature community changemakers. They are the 20% doing 80% of the work. They are the quiet leaders, knowing how to build teams, forge community partnerships, and develop ideas into well-planned projects.  Grant writers put heart and soul into everything they do. They work on things that matter. They want to have an

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Slideways, Jeff Grode

An eventful and immersive interdimensional romp.—Kirkus Reviews A troubled home, a family secret, and a technological breakthrough turn a teen’s world Slideways. Fifteen-year-old Ben believes his life is forever shattered after his brother’s accident. His parents won’t talk about it and he feels isolated and lonely. After Ben’s grandfather disappears, Ben stumbles upon his grandfather’s

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Beatrice On Her Own (Far and Away), Rosemary Zibart

Having fled the dreadful blitz in London and landed in sunny Santa Fe, New Mexico, Beatrice Agatha Sims has learned to appreciate a radically different culture and landscape. Her world is rocked again with news of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. First, she must contend with losing her American host, the sensible “Clem” – a

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Lately Lesbian, J.D. Simmons

Good Southern girls follow the rules and walk down predictable paths. Jenna predictably married Paul and believed in happily ever after. Although Jenna played by all the rules, she had no idea the tragic turns that her life would take–the tragic death of her first baby, and the unexpected loss of a second baby. There

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YHWH and the Sacred Secret, Monte Perepelkin

There is a Creator! This is the simple truth that is revealed within YHWH and the Sacred Secret. Through careful application of science and logic, as well as a comprehensive evaluation of the Bible, the truth about our Creator and what He has planned for the future of humanity is presented clearly and without religious bias.

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Root and Branch, Preston Fleming

ROOT AND BRANCH is a realistic thriller set in a near-future America where an Islamist-inspired intifada triggers emergency security measures that go terribly wrong. Roger Zorn, owner of a French private security company, is delighted at having won a lucrative contract with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as part of the government’s new

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