TIME TRAVEL TRAILER by Karen Musser Nortman – a quick fun read to take you on an armchair vacation

Historical events bring authenticity, family traits add poignancy, & testy mother-daughter relationships make for a clever story telling.

ALONG the WAY HOME by Christi Corbett — a harrowing cross-country journey in 1843

Adventure, heartwarming romance, daring deeds, and a vividly portrayed landscape within this stirring debut Western series.

RIO – The STREET KID STARGAZER by Craig S. Wilson – a thriller coming of age story that takes place in contemporary Rio de Janeiro

A fast paced tale of crime, corruption, and destitution in contemporary Rio de Janeiro.

WOLF EYE’S SILENCE – Book 1 by Elisabeth Ward – an enlightening and satisfying tale of the Old West

An engrossing tale of the inevitable collision of cultures in the 1860s Old West.

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

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

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

JESSE by Glen Alan Burke, an impactful coming-of-age story

A moving, coming of age story set in a hapless time, Jesse demonstrates how the power of love and friendship triumphs over discrimination in a place where all hope seems lost and the odds are against you.

ICE MASSACRE: Mermaids of Eriana Kwai Book 1 by Tiana Warner – a killer twist on mermaid lore

Make no mistake this is not a children's tale, but a gritty and riveting story of strong female warriors who are fighting for survival of their people.

TIMBER ROSE by J. L. Oakley – 1900s historical fiction in the PNW

Set at a time when the old ways were yielding to the industrial age, "Timber Rose" is a timeless love story with heart as big as the mountains of the great Pacific Northwest.

LIFE ON BASE: QUANTICO CAVE by Tom and Nancy Wise,

A riveting portrayal of the lives of children whose parents serve in the armed forces. Being a teenager is hard enough, but adding the constant uprooting and moving from base to base adds its own unique challenges as well as rewards.