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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Fatal Coincidence

    Fatal Coincidence takes the reader from the jungles of a Central American country to the concrete jungle of New York City. It takes the reader from the tough streets of little Italy in south Philly to the lofty privileged environment of Wall Street. Miguel, Dante, and Robert are on a collision course. Their lives are about to converge in a web of mystery, violence, jealousy, and a string of coincidences that puts them in the same place, at the same time, affected by the same tragic event, that took the lives Dante and Robert’s associates.

    About the Author:

    Before founding CFG Tony spent his career in the electronic distribution industry. He started in sales and finished as CEO running a multi hundred-million-dollar company. Twelve years ago, he decided to get out of the corporate world. After a number of entrepreneurial ventures losing almost his entire net worth they found themselves needing to go back to work.

    Consequently, he founded Cucchi Financial Group, an insurance based financial services agency. Since then he has helped hundreds of clients put their money where they can never lose it and never lose their gains yearly. His clients NEVER experience the tremendous loss that he did and they can never outlive their retirement funds. He is also a member of the National Ethics Bureau.

  • Kavanagh’s Dilemma : A Novel

    Like Leopold Bloom, James Joyce’s protagonist in the epic Ulysses, Kavanagh’s life is inconveniently influenced by his relationships with women. Bloom’s appointments and encounters on that single day in Dublin (June 16, 1904) is an unfortunate model for Kavanagh’s life in the 21st Century as a dynamic seeker of passion and intimacy with the women he finds desirable. Kavanagh and Bloom are Irish Jews, decedents of the members of small migrations from Eastern Europe that somehow found their way to Ireland, the most Catholic nation where they were welcome and lived peacefully and prospered.

    Kavanagh’s odyssey to find enjoyment and pleasure, centers on his time with second wife Millicent the sophisticated literary agent and lawyer, the long affair with Bianca, and his deep feelings for the beautiful, elusive and mysterious Lydia who haunts his dreams. Kavanagh’s instant attraction to Ciara the lovely Irish physician, and the puzzling relationship with Mary Lucy, a university president and Catholic nun, confuse and confound him. Somehow Kavanagh has successfully maintained his equilibrium as a popular professor, bestselling author, activist, atheist and acceptable parent, but he worries, for how much longer? Kavanagh isn’t Everyman, although he’s more like us than we want to acknowledge.


    About the author:

    Ron Kase enjoyed a teaching, administrative and grant writing career spanning more than four decades that included positions at the New York City College of Technology (CUNY), Fairleigh Dickenson University, Empire State College (SUNY), and Ramapo College of New Jersey. As a sociologist Dr. Kase is intrigued with the national political process and the influence of religion on elections and legislation, which is contrary to the Constitutional guarantee of the separation of church and state. He also believes that the Second Amendment clearly does not guarantee anyone the right to be armed except for “members of a well-ordered militia.”


  • 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.”

  • 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.

  • T. Baby

    “Inside, I was terrified the bogey-man was coming to get me. ‘Mama help me…. I screamed’. Mama closed the door and walked away. Grandma said to me, ‘Tonya you have no use to a man in life, you can’t make a baby, what man is going to marry you, you are trash. How you are finish you may as well do what your Mama tells you to do’. My brothers and sister showed me no love. I was alone among them.”

  • Tablets of Immortality

    “Myron Selkirk finds a cave crystal that teaches him magic, but his friends find a nest of vampires who try to destroy them. Myron saves only one and takes Andy Hand to Los Angeles. They fall into a plot to recover stolen Egyptian artifacts and reunite them in ceremony. On the way they will fight vampires, werewolves, and entities from the void between the galaxies, rescue damsels in distress and get involved in many plots. Will Myron be able to bring Andy and Steve back from the dead? Exciting urban fantasy adventure awaits!”

    About the author:

    A. Bradbury is a fat old man with thinning hair and a love of exciting tales of might-be. He works as a railroad signalman, is married with five children and six (living) grandchildren. His hobbies include music (he plays guitar, organ & piano), role-playing games, chess and writing award-winning poetry. He has the obligatory housecat, although it isn’t the obligatory enormous.

  • Tales of Rattail the Squirrel

    This is a story about a little squirrel that has very little fur in his tail. He gets constantly teased by all the other squirrels that named him Rattail. Saddened by the way he was being treated he turns to his mother for consoling, which helps him. When his mother leaves to find some food Rattail watches her from his nest and spots the Big Black cat that lived close, who was getting ready to pounce on her. He runs down the tree and saves her. During his adventure he meets Logan who becomes his best friend. That was the beginning of many adventures for him which in the end makes him the hero to all the squirrels.

    Author Bio

    Born in Massachusetts and have lived there all my life. I have had many life experiences to write about. I have 4 children, 8 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren, all of who also give me inspiration for my stories. I love my family, children, animals and traveling.

  • The Guardian: Book One The Misfit Series

    “Ms. Callahan offers a delightful and surprising story blend of history and fantasy set both long, long ago and also not quite so far away. Be sure to find a comfy chair before settling in with Cassie and Micah. Once you open the book, you won’t want to leave till it’s finished.”

    – Sandra Byrd, author of the best-selling Secret Sisters series.

    A misfit. An unlikely friend. A journey through a reality shattered by the tragedies of WWII. A discovery of a world beyond the pain of her own with the power to come out of the shadows and into a role that is hers alone. A battle between two worlds – will it always be one or the other_ Poverty or royalty; weakness or bravery; who she is or who she wants to be? Can this Misfit, united with another, find a way for their dreams to become reality? Or will their dreams remain just that…a figment of their imagination?

    About the author:

    KARRIS CALLAHAN a young adult author and mentor who helps misfits embrace their differences and find their unique identity. Ever since she was young Karris has never been satisfied with the ordinary, leading her on many adventures in the process of pursuing studies and exploring her interests. She refuses to settle for anything less then to dream big dreams and is happiest while using her creativity to tell stories of all shape, size and form. Her deepest desire is to help others find their own voice and story in the midst of a world that has silenced many.




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