“Sixteen” by Adam Gibson

I received a diary for a gift when I had my purity ceremony. I was 15 at the time and didn’t expect all of the changes that were on the horizon. I wrote almost every day for 4 months and in that time my life changed a lot.At the urging of my friends and family […]

“A Texan Down Under” by John Dickerson

I lived in Canberra, Australia for four years. Having moved there from South Texas, it was like landing on another planet. The spoken language is English, but it is certainly a different English than American English. This story is about my experiences and observations in the time I spent down under working with the locals, […]

“Passing Through” by Wendy Karasin

In the memoir, Passing Through, a Baby Boomer comes to grips with the loss of the two people she has never been without. Sandwiched between the growing needs of aging parents and four young adult children, she loses sight of herself. Surrendering to an inability to alter her parents’ fate, pain turns to acceptance, then […]

“Imminent Domain” by Sean Koping

 In the year 2021, Agent Nathan Benjamin has just been selected to be a member of the newly formed Advanced Covert Engagement Section (ACES). The ACES are officially tasked with the elimination of potential and confirmed terrorist threats. Unofficially, ACES is the latest offshoot of the US Air Force’s Project BLUE BOOK. As Benjamin and […]

“Snarls of Love ” by Sandra Carvalho: Now Published!

  Snarls of Love (Paperback) Snarls of Love (Kindle)   A Professional Hitman goes by the name ” Judas” hired by an elite shady corporation .. working alone always sometime has it moments where love can have a name ” Sara ” possess his mind with her Telepathic gifted powers seeing his every move yet […]

“The Supernutrients Diet” by Natalie Minnis

Dieting is often summed up in a simple equation: fewer calories equals greater weight loss. Eat less; exercise more. Simple.The reality, as many dieters find out, is rarely so simple. When we reduce our food intake, we experience cravings. Our metabolism is disrupted. The body has a tendency to store fat if it thinks a […]

“Climbing the Cross Cultural Cliff” by Rali Panchanatham and Wade Fransson

Ten years ago an American Executive/Philanthropist met with a successful Indian CEO to discuss an innovative approach to helping the 400,000 homeless children of Chennai. That effort ultimately failed due to the cultural divide between the East and the West, but the relationship struck by these two men endured. Over the years they’ve continued to […]

“The Time Manipulator’s Son” by Rohini Singh

Powerful aliens hide on an asteroid floating above the planet Chyspah. Fearing for her child’s life, a widow breaks the laws of her people and makes contact with the leader of the planet. Her actions kick off a long series of strange occurrences and unexpected discoveries that lead three boys to solve their parents’ mysteries […]

“SoMe… Who Me?” by deMarie Malnar

 Wanting to learn how to navigate the world of social media to help promote your business, stay in touch with faraway friends or document your exciting life?   Vote for this Book Idea Voting Status Countdown to 1000 votes remaining 50 votes – Production self-help guide 125 votes – Platform self-help guide 200 votes – […]

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