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

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

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

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

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.

The ONLY CLUE — The Neema Mystery Series, Book 2 by Pamela Beason – a gorilla mystery

A well-crafted mystery to inform as well as intrigue and captivate, opening an engaging realm of fictional exploration and speculation of the special bond that can happen between gorillas and humans. A page-turner!

I, Mary: Book 3 of the Crofter Family Saga by Mike Hartner, an historical fiction middle grade book

An inspiring read that pulls at your heartstrings that sets the dreams of a young girl to the time of the English Civil War. If your middle grade reader loves "The Little House on the Prairie" series by Laura Ingalls Wilder, then she will love reading "I, Mary."

THE COMPASSIONATE CONSPIRACY by Dr. Phil Johnson, a practical guide to connect the world

A practical guide to help us discover our passions and develop a personal plan to help those less fortunate and help breathe hope into the global family.

The OYS & JOYS by Marcia Feldt – Meet the Oys & Joys Sisterhood

If you enjoyed reading "The Divine Secrets of the YaYa Sisterhood" by Rebecca Wells, you will enjoy reading "The Oys & Joys," a heartwarming tale of four women of a "certain age."

LILA AND THE DANDELION by Sheryl Hershey, a children’s book about self-worth and valuing others

Filled with warm, sweet characters and an optimistic outlook, Sheryl Hershey’s children’s book Lila and the Dandelion helps children explore the important message of self-acceptance along with acceptance of others--even if they are different.

Launch into Boating Season with 5 Inspiring Nautical Adventures

Boating season begins in the Pacific Northwest on the first Saturday in May, a tradition which goes back to the 1920's. To celebrate, we thought we would offer you this superb reading list of true story boating adventures by local northwest authors.

HOT WORK in FRY PAN GULCH (Honey Beaulieu – Man Hunter) Book One by Jacquie Rogers – Take a ride to the Old West

Smart and sassy Deputy Honey Beaulieu straps on her “Peacemakers” and takes the reader on a hilarious ride through the old West’s rough-and-tumble Wyoming Territory.