MADAME PRESIDENTESS by Nicole Evelina – an amazing story about a leader of the Women’s Suffrage movement

By |July 25th, 2016|

A fascinating story of meteoric rise from rags to riches, from subservience to achievement - based on a true story.

A THEORY OF EXPANDED LOVE by Caitlin Hicks, a bold, coming-of-age novel

By |July 22nd, 2016|

Bold, authentic, & captivating --a young teen in the 1960s confronts doctrine when it threatens to outweigh compassion.

REMEMBRANCE OF BLUE ROSES by Yorker Keith, a passionate literary novel

By |July 21st, 2016|

A slow-burning, passionate literary novel with insightful facets of complex emotional relationships and awakenings.

TERMS OF SURRENDER by Lorrie Farrelly, a historical romance emerging from war

By |July 21st, 2016|

A superb read for fans of love stories set on the rugged background of the Western Frontier--a brilliant historical romance with a healing love that is much needed in the aftermath a destructive war.

CROWNING GLORY by Stacy Harshman, an adventure memoir about self-image and anxiety

By |July 14th, 2016|

Fresh perspectives and insights about anxiety and self-image that resonate with emotion while providing readers a fun & candid experience of a fascinating social experiment.

ICED TEE by Cherie O’Boyle, second installment of the Estela Nogales Mystery Series

By |July 14th, 2016|

Estela is an amateur sleuth and psychologist by trade. At times self-deprecating, yet charming with a wry sense of humor, Estela really drives the story forward.

EVEN THE SMALLEST BIRD CASTS A SHADOW by Valerie Marie Leslie, a collection of youthful poetry

By |July 13th, 2016|

Filled with spirituality, heartache, and hope, Leslie's poetry collection will motivate readers to delve into their past and youth for strength and inspiration.

The SILK and the SWORD by Ron Singerton – an epic journey from Rome to the Great Wall of China

By |July 11th, 2016|

Packed with vibrant historical and tactical detail, the author illuminates the fascinating private and public worlds of the Roman legionnaire. A highly engaging read about one of the most detrimental defeats in Roman military history.

BLIND FAITH: THE GAUNTLET RUNNER BOOK VI by S. Thomas Bailey, a powerful historical fiction novel

By |July 9th, 2016|

After the latest demoralizing battle defeat, Jacob's compassion and disgust rises when he sees the pathos caused by inept British Officers. He agonizes over his dilemma–stay and fight–or desert his men, including his son, to try to find his beloved wife, presumably lost to the north while searching for their child in mid-1700s wilderness of North America.

WAKING REALITY by Donna LeClair, a courageous memoir about surviving abuse

By |July 6th, 2016|

LeClair will capture your heart with her direct honesty and fairytale-like prose. Her engaging memoir will not disappoint readers as she recounts the family drama and abuse she survived from the 1960s.