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Zoey Wonders Why, Nadia Khan

Her household is bright and filled with interesting traditions. Can she find the courage to share her vibrant world with the kids at school?Five-year-old Zoey brims with enthusiasm. Thriving alongside her brothers, the fun and happy little girl loves the variety of foods, music, and customs that are part of her diverse family. But when

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Revenge in the Name of Honour, Nicholas James Kaizer

On 19 August 1812, lookouts of the British frigate HMS Guerriere spotted the American frigate, USS Constitution. Captain James Dacres, Guerriere’s commander, was eager for a fight and confident of victory. He had the weight of Britain’s naval reputation and confidence behind him. Yet when the guns fell silent Guerriere was a shattered hulk and

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One Hundred Words, Michael E. Smidts

This debut collection of short stories from author Michael E Smidts takes the reader from the depths of the ocean to the farthest reaches of the solar system, from bygone eras to the distant future and everywhere in between. Each story is captured in exactly one hundred words and will spark your imagination and self-reflection.

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It’s This, Laura Foley

It’s This contemplates relationships, identity, love, loss, and radical transformation, finding acceptance, joy, and growing peace, as the speaker practices meditation, and falls more deeply in love with her wife. Employing spare, musical language and humor, and suffused with light, these vivid poems flash back to the speaker’s past, as they practice empathy and compassion

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B.O.A.T., Alexandria Pall

Seventeen-year-old April has spent her childhood in therapy, learning to dismiss her imaginary friends as just that: imaginary. Now, as a college freshman, she hopes to leave behind the whispers and cruel rumors that have plagued her for years. When April begins to embrace her newfound independence, her world is turned upside down when she

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Lily’s Wondrous World: A Day in the Park, Marc Polett

“Lily’s Wondrous World: A Day in the Park” is a delightful tale that captures the joy and excitement of childhood friendships. Lily is a young girl who goes to the park and meets a rabbit named Benny, a squirrel named Nutty, and a dog named Rusty. Together they set off on an adventure playing games, enjoying

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Caught By Him, Tammy Mannersly

A movie star meets the free-spirted girl-next-door…This sweet 70+ page contemporary romance novella is guaranteed to have you giggling at Brody and Willa’s hilarious meet-cute, investing in their budding romance and cheering them on as they deal with life’s truest adversary – the meddling ex. Blockbuster movie actor, Brody Nash doesn’t quite know what to

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Without Provenance, John and Nancy Petralia

Are some of the recently discovered Caravaggio paintings fakes? Could the authors create one that would fool the experts? In their third travel adventure, these bestselling authors go throughout Europe to find the answer while illuminating the dark side of the art world–forgeries. Their investigation, worthy of Agatha Christie, takes them to Italy, Malta, Spain,

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Refuge, David Schoorens

What happens if democracy falls? In Refuge: A Novel of Lost Democracy, democracy in America wasn’t lost to invasion or foreign terrorist attacks. Nor to a global cataclysm or military coup or an economic collapse. Democracy fell because it was our choice. An election was all that was needed. Gerrymandered districts. Laws suppressing the vote.

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FiNDing Hope, Jocelyn Bystrom

This is the remarkable story of Jocelyn Bystrom’s seven-year struggle against a rare but growing, and largely undiagnosed, involuntary health disorder known as Functional Neurological Disorder (FND), which triggered the author’s daily epileptic-like seizures, cognitive decline, thunderous headaches, and an inability to work, drive, or care properly for herself or her family. In a world

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Ralph & Murray, Rick Glaze

Growing up in a small southern town in the late 1950s, this autobiographical tale is told with punch and humor by my four-legged companion, Ralph. This low-to-the-ground, canine perspective of my story was somewhat news to me, but who can question the poignant truth of the matter from Ralph’s own lips. In 1959 most dogs

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The Living Stone, MB Mooney

Humanity enslaved by elves. A man haunted by tragedy. REVOLUTION BEGINS.”Game of Thrones meets Narnia!” – 5 star reviewCaleb returns to the land of his birth to begin a revolution against the foreign elven Kingdom of Kryus that rules and oppresses his people. To remind humanity of their worth and lead them to freedom, he

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The Will of the Gods, Ian Lancaster

The Will of the Gods trilogy is a work of historical fiction set in Pharaonic Egypt during the time of the New Kingdom. It comprises eight stories which form a continuous narrative, following the same principal characters through interconnected adventures. The stories are told in the first person by the characters involved, and span a

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The Untouchable, G.J. Krefft

Olympia Blunt wakes up in a strange hospital, far away from everything familiar and haunted by memories of an Earth invaded by aliens. Taken captive and thrust into a galaxy lightyears from home, she soon gets tangled in the affairs of an alien civilization. Facing her new reality Olympia finds out that the keys to

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Mutually Beneficial, David G. Williamsson

Chique Fluellen – alluring and indomitable – is BACK in this page-turning sequel to the acclaimed “Proportional Revenge”! After conquering her sinister past to reclaim her life, Chique is finally living a life of newfound bliss with her fiancé. But her peaceful world is shattered when Susan McClarren, the formidable ex-US Ambassador, asks Chique to recover a scandalous film that threatens

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Dreaming Under an Electric Moon, Kris Powers

Two agents investigating a murderous mind-hacker discover a dangerous psychopath twisting the Virtual Universe into an instrument for possession. On the run from an already infiltrated FBI, partners Zahra Washington and Mason Deane form a motley crew to stop a killer who could be hiding behind any face.They race across enchanted villages and impossible planets,

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Deceit of the Mind, Henry Cox

It has taken millennia for genetic mutations to develop a quantum-bio superconductor medium that might lead to a functional quantum computer. Humanity will drastically change – if it does not self-destruct first. Benjamin Oliver, a semi-retired attorney in Kansas and a cancelled dark operative in the oldest U.S. clandestine service, was called back to recover

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The Sands Shall Witness, Walter Hurst Williamson

World War I in German Southwest Africa is the backdrop for a spellbinding story about forbidden love, genocide and human endurance. Set in present-day Namibia, this historical fiction novel tells the story of colonial aide Conrad Huber, who falls in love with Sybille, daughter of the prominent chieftain of the native Herero — a people

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Never Let Go, Sultan Nasser

They say love is a precious gift that not everyone is lucky enough to find. It comes to those who are patient, brave, and willing to face hardships. Love makes life meaningful, giving us something to look forward to with each sunset and sunrise. But what happens when fate threatens to take it away? Would

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Technical Trading Mastery, Chris Vermeulen

Unlock the secrets of technical analysis and elevate your trading game in today’s dynamic financial world. This book is essential for anyone committed to tracking and analyzing market behavior precisely and confidently. Discover the keys that will help you reach your goal of becoming a highly flexible and profitable trader. “Technical Trading Mastery – 7

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