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    Tomar El Oro, the stakes winning three-year-old American Quarter Horse stallion favored to win the race, unexpectedly lost miserably. Having overheard a conversation that suggested bribery, Kelsey Kelley wondered if her best friend’s father, Eustacio Rios, was bribed to lose.

    While Kelsey searched for clues, her father, who had deserted his family, arrived wanting to make amends, much to Kelsey’s disgust. Kelsey learned to accept both disappointment and success as she was caught by the intrigue and personal danger, while dealing Pete Kelley’s sudden new involvement in her life.

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  • Adventures in the Big Woods

    Adventures in the Big Woods

    This book is the story of three boys who lived in the late fifties and how they lived without electronic gadgets of any kind. They came from low income families. Television had just hit the market in black and white form and that was all they had. They built their own toys and made up their own games because money was scarce but they never felt they were poor. Their playground was The Big Woods as they called it along the banks of the Broad River where they found many adventures in the summer of ’53.

    About the author:

    Barnie Slice was born in Columbia, South Carolina in 1940 and grew up in the state. His true talent is art and he has become very successful in that endeavor over the years. He discovered that he could write in his late sixties and found the thrill of writing stories about things that he had experienced or knew something about. He published a child’s book several years ago and has written a story about his childhood since which he is going to publish. He looks forward to writing new stories in the near future.

  • Antwon’s TRUE Story

    Antwon’s TRUE Story

    Antwon Jenkins is a great actor and his vocabulary is marvelous for a young African American with ADHD but he can’t miss out on the opportunity to win his schools spelling bee and land an even better acting roles but does have what it takes to WIN.

    About the author:

    Tevin J. Gibbs- was born on July 14th 1992 in small town in Mississippi named Greenwood. When he was 2 his family moved to Birmingham Alabama. Ever since he was diagnosed on the AUTISTIC SPECTRUM at a young age he didn’t let that stop him from achieving his goals of writing books, drawing action figures and clothing that involves the BoyBlock he had been working on since fall 2012. HE PLANS ON SEEING THE BOYBLOCK IN WALMART AND TOYS R’US STORES ONE DAY. But now he’s focusing on getting several BoyBlock books published. If that happens he maybe a successful AFRICAN AMERICAN business leader under the age of 30. Ever since he was 15 Tevin knew he wanted to design toys but didn’t know that until 5 years later. Tevin plans on being a successful BLACK OWNED business leader celebrating all races and ethnicities by the time he turns 25.

  • Blackwater Castle

    Blackwater Castle

    Sir Guy was a landless knight in King William’s service for many years. He has been awarded land of his own in appreciation of his service. He arrives at Blackwater Castle to make his demesne his own. The previous owners had been slain in defense of their castle except for the daughter.

    Was she dead? Was she alive? This mystery must be answered as he is ordered to marry her if she lives.

    About the author:

    The author, Alyss Morgan, lives in Vilonia, Arkansas. She lives with her husband of 47 years and her cocker Spaniels and cats. She lives in the peace and quiet of the country and loves it. She is a devoted reader of fiction.



    THEY ALL FALL DOWN! Tells the story from the point of view of a girl, Addyson Shaw. It’s a coming of age story about sexual abuse by the people she was supposed to trust. This story also helps children to have the courage to speak out against sexual abuse and put pedophiles in jail.

    About the author:

    I was born Debbie Levette Hawkins in Chicago, IL. I graduated from Grenada High school. I wrote a children’s book on bullying entitled BULLY LAND, through America Star Publishing. I love academics and working with children.

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    COWBOY on the WRONG TRAIN: Mouse with a Clue

    Protagonist Ty Grenshaw has lived on the Cal Grayson cattle ranch all of his 18 years. He works there as a ranch cowboy. His girlfriend, Patti Dileo, works for the Gully Real Estate Co. She hopes to sell a ranch to antagonist Skeet whom she met when returning to the small town of Gully after visiting her parents. The story takes them to a restaurant when Sonny Calhoun is murdered there. As the story progresses, Ty suspects cattle rustlers, finds a late calf, chases the trailer that might contain the bull that sired the calf, out of curiosity gets on the “wrong train” and from there becomes a kidnapped hostage. The story continues with escape, anger from his boss, the cattle auction where the antagonist buys cattle, a young girl living in the forest who is discovered by Ty and Patti, a court case where Ty is a witness and a tragedy.

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  • Emily and The Feel-Better Fairy

    Emily and The Feel-Better Fairy

    This book tells the story of child who escaped a hard time through her imagination. She travels with the Feel Better Fairy on imaginary wings to a beautiful places. The fairy tells her, “All you have to do is turn on the imagination that inside your head,
    then hold onto my wings and together we will fly to faraway places far far away”.

    Author Bio

    Ziva Reuben was born in 1940 on a collective farm called the Kibbutz Shfayim. Her parents were pioneers from eastern Europe. Her father was an artist and she followed in his footsteps as an artist and a story teller. She immigrated to United States 1983.

    Ziva loves gardening and outdoor activities. She currently lives in Culver City, California.

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  • Fantasy Locked in a Criminal Mind

    Fantasy Locked in a Criminal Mind

    One vexatious thought always remained deep within Jeremy’s dysfunctional mind. It was the perpetual fantasy of his unquestionable inheritance of the large, beautiful Oklahoma ranch that he knew was sitting atop that huge chasm of natural gas.


    The haunting sound of the heavy steel doors were deafening, signaling confinement and despair. The relentless self-imposed fantasy that Jeremy Kendall once created within his mind was soon pointing him down a path of self-destruction. Fantasy Locked in a Criminal Mind is a gripping story of a young man’s fateful choices he made for himself and for others. The author has made Jeremy’s story seem too real for fiction. This book is sure to keep the reader riveted and turning the pages.

    About the author:

    Stan Briney’s penchant for creativity and detail is clearly shown in his work as a professional artist and in his recent works in freelance writing. This is his first novel.

    The author obtained Bachelor and Master of Science degrees from the State University of Iowa followed later by his graduation from medical school. His medical specialty in Diagnostic Radiology provided him a long and distinguished professional career in both clinical and academic medicine.

    Since early childhood and without formal art training, his natural born talent in art has earned him recognition and honors. Following his retirement from medicine in 1995, he has developed a very successful second career as an award-winning professional artist. His realistic bronze sculptures and illustrations can be found in private art collections, homes, offices and schools within the United States.

    Briney and his wife reside in the cattle ranching country of north central Texas where he has a small art studio and gallery in their country home. The Briney’s have three children, five grown grandchildren, and two great grandchildren.

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    No Son of Mine

    No Son of Mine, Kevin L Backer’s second novel, stands out as a story of love and perseverance during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The novel addresses some of the consequences of gay youth come out to their families as well as the plight of throwaway youth on America’s streets. And in the end, love truly does conquer all – no matter who one loves!

    “I liked everything about this book. Kevin Backer showed a wonderful depth of feeling for his characters. I would recommend this book for everyone.”


    “Backer again shows in his writing a wonderful depth of feeling for his characters. They come to life and jump off the pages. I could not put this book down.”

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  • Skin


    A doctor is diagnosed with an incurable skin cancer. As he faces his mortality, and attempts to avoid it, his life parallels a New York family immediately recognizable as having a common thread with him. The doctor was adopted and has no known siblings or relatives. The doctor is offered an experimental stem cell transplant protocol and he matches someone from the international stem cell bank. The reader is led through the preparation for and the actual stem cell transplantation as seen through the eyes of an experienced physician, with detailed treatments and unexpected side effects. The reader will tour the cutting edge of cancer treatment at one of the world’s great institutions, and its effect on two families separated by 3000 miles. Adoption and its psychological legacy color the emotional roller coaster of stem cell treatments. It’s a story of two families, touched by and brought together by cancer.

    About the author:

    This is the first novel by Paul Raffer, MD, a Neurologist from Chula Vista, California, who like the protagonist in this book was adopted in New York City and grew up on a chicken farm on the Jersey shore. He attended Franklin and Marshall College where he played football and acted in the Green Room Theatre. He attended The New Jersey Medical School in Newark and received the Faculty Award at graduation for outstanding contributions to the school. He interned at Mt. Zion Hospital in San Francisco where he met and married his wife Donna, and they moved to San Diego for Neurology training at UCSD where he was Chief Resident. Paul had a solo private practice of neurology for 32 years until he got cancer and sold the practice. They have four daughters and four grandchildren, and he has returned to work part time as a Neurologist and medical-legal expert. He plays golf and tennis, and loves sports and music. He is especially fond of red wine and is known to sing at the Godfather Restaurant in San Diego after a few glasses.