“Tired of Looking Down. I Want to Start Looking Up.” by Trish Perez

This is a non-fiction type of book, but with fictional characters. About a girl and boy who try to keep their relationship even though the girlfriends parents did not approve of it. Their Romeo and Juliet moment turned from loving and wanting to do everything to be together, while helping the girl become a better […]

“But Aren’t I Lucky That…” by Deanna Beech

But Aren’t I Lucky That… is a 1,599 word children’s concept book with a multi-cultural setting for children ages 2 to 8. It demonstrates how to resiliently focus on the positive when dealing with everyday challenges and disappointments.The material this book incorporates is consistent with the literature in parenting and mental health, and is consistent […]

“Layers of Me” by Edna White

​​A fresh start doesn’t  come by a change in the calendar, it comes as you deal with the beliefs that hold you in the past. My life wasn’t truly mine until I knew that it was mine. I now make my own decisions.  I adapt to circumstances when necessary, yet I’m working out my own […]

“Malarchy: The Ill-mannered gremlin” by Rachel Abou-Zeid

“Ask for It” by Jelissa Russell

Don Cavanaugh did not like to be told what to do. But when a little boy gave him a note with some instructions, he couldn’t but follow through…. Mitch Gary knew that he did things in the past – and maybe not necessarily the nicest things- that were changing the lives of people around him. […]

“Injustice” by Joey Vo

A former criminal is finally out of prison, Garrett Chambers. Upon his departure, he realizes how corrupt his city really is. A changed man, he realizes he needs to stop the corruption and become the city’s savior.   Vote for this Book Idea Voting Status Countdown to 1,000 votes remaining 50 votes – Production self-help […]

“My Ideal Partner: How I Met, Married, and Cared for the Man I Loved Despite Debilitating Odds” by Abbie Taylor

In September of 2005, Abbie Johnson married Bill Taylor. She was in her mid-forties, and he was nineteen years older. Three months later, Bill suffered the first of two strokes that paralyzed his left side and confined him to a wheelchair. Abbie Johnson Taylor uses prose and poetry to tell the story of how she […]

“STAGES: An Experiential Guide for Theatre Fundamentals” by Mindy Early

STAGES: An Experiential Guide for Theatre Fundamentals is a collection of games and exercises that allow participants to explore five major facets of theatre-making in a fun, pressure-free group setting. Geared toward enhancing learning through hands-on exploration, each activity includes: – Clear instructions on how to facilitate the exercise; – Variations which help facilitators add […]

“Save It For A Rainy Day” by Jennie Wong

Skyla was in love with her best friend. But that was before she met Giovanni, and he showed her that everything she knew was wrong.❝It was on a rainy day that she fell in love, and a rainy day that she left her love.❞ Vote for this Book Idea Voting Status Countdown to 1,000 votes […]

“Taking Life” by Rod Rhimes

What do an apartment manager who speaks in haiku verse, a history major who has discovered an interesting man while doing in her graduate research, and an old blind man who tells fortunes on street corners all have in common? They are all characters in the exciting new novel Taking Life, by Rod Rhimes. A […]

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