Stories, poems, and songs from the Second Age of the people known in Celtic myth and folklore as the Tuatha De Danann. After the destruction of the Their homeland in Anwnn, the Sidhe find adventure--and danger--in a new land. During the Second Age, the Tu
292 pages. Softcover and Kindle. An excommunicated Native American teenager forced to grow up in a land of strangers discovers an Amish clan willing to help him learn responsibility before his remarkable return to his Principal People to make amends.
Her name is Melanie Carpenter. Or is it? Why would anyone want to kill her? She isn’t rich, doesn’t know any secrets. She’s just an orphan who grew up in the foster care system—isn’t she? Worst thing is, Mel doesn’t know what happened. Did she do s
Cancer is scary for the brave but downright terrifying for a wimp, like Antoinette. HUG EVERYONE YOU KNOW is a memoir about how Antoinette navigated her first year of breast cancer treatment. She journaled and emailed family and friends she called My
In the 1930s, a German anthropologist researching a primitive people makes an amazing discovery. Eighty years later this leads to the development of a miracle drug that could be one of the biggest breakthroughs in the history of man's fight against diseas
by Sheriff Norm
Done in an outlandish humoresque style, Villa Grande (name Americanized to Grandville), a genius, Mexican-American inventor, takes on the governments, the militaries, the banks and the huge conglomerates trying to give his revolutionary invention directly
n her first book, Martin structures a family visit to the beach around a clever inversion of ``The Little Red Hen.'' Nobody helps Sara make her soup of seaweed (two kinds), snails, and ``smelly stuff'' from a beachcombing--her parents are busy putting on
by Ann Everett
Based on the fictional bakery in Ann Everett's Tizzy/Ridge Trilogy, the cookbook contains over 160 dessert recipes.
As the NSA gets a strong lead on one of the most prominent faces of ISIS, the Islamic State embarks on a bold course of action—an attack on American soil. Former Navy SEAL Adam Taylor, on a break between assignments for a global paramilitary security firm
by Jaws R.
A must read short story spin of the original Pharafaneelya series, pack full of suspense and much more....
by KC Marks
Discover an emerging author's inaugural collection of 13 stunning shorts from the sentimental side of the cemetery.
OMG! No cell phones, no computers—what did teenagers do in the 1950s? Roberta’s on her way to growing up in Rockdale, Texas. She has big plans—to see Hollywood and the Pacific Ocean, see herself on the movie screen, and wear a long evening dress just to
Former surgeon Jack Lansing has become a bestselling mystery writer. At a book-signing event he meets an old colleague who, unbeknownst to him, has carried a grudge against Jack for thirty years. Then murders start popping up in and around Jack's peaceful