Did you know we host a monthly book giveaway on our website? We feature at least eight different books (often more) from indie authors each month! No strings, no jumping through hoops or following people required - just enter for a chance to win! Here are the books available in April - don't they look... Continue Reading →
“The Causality Loop: A Place in Time” by Wendy Nikel is a delightful story in a small book, the fourth in the series. Leaping over centuries to save his family, Dodge Greenley is a young man on a mission, and breaking the rules is just part of his day.
"Why Everything You Know About Robin Hood Is Wrong" by K.C. Murdarasi is akin to a humorous research project explaining eight key ways in which the facts from the "Robin Hood" we know of today, are false.
In “A Look Behind Lightning” by Sharon D. Ballentine, the adventure begins when a dedicated high school English teacher performs a supernatural, spiritual ritual to help two of her students perform better in school. What could go wrong?
A captivating adventure story set at the end of the civil war that partially uncovers the anguish, sorrow, hatred, and futility of that period.
In “Coping Skills: Tools and Techniques for Every Stressful Situation,” Faith Harper incorporates her extensive knowledge as a therapist to teach the reader techniques on how to best utilize coping skills to deal with stressful situations. She incorporates a variety of techniques from different types of therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Positive Psychology, Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction, Somatic Experiencing, and Jungian therapy. Written in a down to earth manner, she educates the reader about how our bodies respond to stress and how we can use a variety of coping skills to better enable us to survive.
READER VIEWS REVIEWERS CHOICEANNUAL LITERARY AWARDS 2019-2020 Reader Views Literary Awards Finalists Announcement! THE FINALISTS HAVE BEEN DECIDED! Note: This is an alphabetical listing only - Category placements, Special and Sponsored Awards, Regional and Global Awards will be announced MARCH 23, 2020. 2019-2020 Finalists! FINALISTS BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR EMAIL FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT... Continue Reading →
“Finding St. Lo: A Memoir of War and Family” is a story from World War II, told by Robert Lewis Fowler and Gordon Edward Cross. They are a soldier and a medic, respectively, who served alongside each other in the 134th US Army Regiment. In this book, Fowler’s grandson Ted Neill collects their journal entries together into one cohesive format, alongside essays of his own.
“The Trumpet Lesson” is Dianne Romain’s literary fiction debut, a story that dives into the worlds of secrets, racial inequities, different cultures and sexual orientations, and coming to terms with the past. It’s about embracing and accepting friends, family, and change, and learning to appreciate what matters most. “The Trumpet Lesson” is a fascinating story that brings all these elements together as one woman discovers how to let go and start living.