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The human and non-human races do not mix; to be a half-breed is to be a pariah. This truth rules the life of a young half-elf boy named Freeborn. His sole friend is Tishamon, an elven woodsman, who frequently visits the boy. Tishamon adopts Freeborn, taking the boy along on his life of wandering, working and learning.
When Tishamon becomes lamed, he settles in the Fire Hills and sends Freeborn to the local academy. The Fire Elves’ obsession with family lineage, and Freeborn’s contempt for the same, ends in violence, starting Freeborn on the trail to ever greater adventure.
Steven Calkum was born in 1967 and grew up on a small ranch in East Central Colorado. He earned BS and MS degrees, and worked, in natural resources for 13 years before becoming disabled in 2011.
A voracious reader, he created his own style by rewriting drafts until he would want to read his own work.
He remarried in 2016 and plans to be a househusband and work toward a career as a writer/storyteller in addition to raising more children.
He currently lives in Wyoming with the youngest of his children from his first marriage.$29.63 Select options
Lisa was a victim of Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA). Bound by demons and forced by trauma to develop multiple personalities, she beats all odds for survival: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. These pages provide hope for recovery from the most extreme and damaging forms of child abuse.$10.99–$23.99 Select options
People, all over the world, tend to subscribe to the ‘bad hair/ good hair myth’ as a benchmark for grading hair-quality; if not for themselves, then, for others.
Historical facts, scientific facts, and fiction merge together in a dramatic, contemporary, background story, that sets the stage for demonstrating how differences in our ‘hair-quality’ came about.
This book includes a workbook and reflection section which challenges the reader not only to rethink the “bad hair/good hair myth”, but to possibly, deconstruct it.
This book, therefore, gives birth to a new Hair-Grading-System: “Good Hair/No-Bad Hair!” This system validates all hair types, and subsequently, all human beings. Hair diversity needs not spell, hair a-d-v-e-r-s-i-t-y. Simply, biodiversity!
Recommended for children, teens and adults of all hair types, including bald.$5.99–$24.99 Select options
What happens when real talk gets a little too real? That’s the 800-lb. gorilla confronting the Office of the Sheriff.
This character-driven saga puts the rear echelon in the crosshairs as Brian Cook gives it to you straight, no chaser with his debut vehicle, Hands Across the Sea.
Hands Across the Sea delves into the professional and personal sides of the badge where the rubber really meets the road. Explore how the Command staffers of The Office of the Sheriff, known as the Agency, come face-to-face with the unexpected: the changing of the guard.
Their larger-than-life Sheriff, Garrison Cottrell, abruptly resigns and passes the torch to his hand-picked successor – Brendan Callaghan.
Explore how their egos and isms intertwine with their leadership styles and principles, and come to light during professional and personal situations that will test their character and patience beyond enforcing the law. Gear up for what happens when the door shuts and the dialogue begins, and sometimes not in that order.
Cook doesn’t just peer back the curtain, he pulls it down with a look inside the Agency that often takes on the guise of Peyton Place. But we’re talking about professionals, right? Hands Across the Sea is the first in a literary series.$2.99–$30.50 Select options
More than ever before, we learn about today’s Middle Eastern wars as the animosity between the Arab world and Israel escalates. “Will there ever be peace?” everyone asks.
Attempting to answer that question, Heirs of Abraham is a historical family saga stretching over a time span of almost four thousand years. Starting in 1948 when the State of Israel was founded and ending with terror in Jerusalem in modern times, it follows the lives of the Biblical nomad Abraham, who is the foundation of the world’s three great religions – Islam, Judaism and, indirectly, Christianity – and his two sons. There is Ishmael, born of an Egyptian slave whose descendants are today’s Arabs. And there is Isaac, son of Abraham’s beloved wife and the Jews’ patriarch.
Set against the backdrops of Ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt and Israel – of wars and famines, goat-haired tents and kings’ palaces – this is the story of real people whose actions will have an everlasting effect on all future generations and worlds.
Following faithfully the Holy Bible’s accounting in Genesis, we meet Abraham, who struggles with faith, power, love and cowardice. And his women – Sarah, the wife and Hagar, the slave – whose love for him and hatred for each other never die. Finally, there are the two brothers’ descendants who have been pitted against each other for thousands of years in the age old battle for survival and “the land”.$2.99–$17.95 Select options
Because of a tragedy in her past, Tori can’t have children and has decided never to marry. She has settled in Kingsland Crossing as an owner of a bookstore. At a bachelor’s auction she met someone who has reawakened her long dead desires. Will he, also, restore her dreams?
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.$9.99 Select options
Lita has spent many years as a Latino servant for the Logans, an up-scale American family. She has watched the children grow up and loves them dearly. Her own son was sent to college by the family she serves.
Lita prays daily for the Logan children and watched with anguish as they confront the various vices and problems confronting young people in the USA today. She wishes that the parents could realize how skillfully their children are hiding secrets from them. Not daring to interfere, Lita does what she can to help her charges survive the woes of contemporary youth today.
Dr. Thomas Berry is a retired Professor of Russian Language and Literature. He lectures for John Hopkins University, the Smithsonian Institution, the Russian Cultural Center of the Russian Embassy in Washington D.C. and on numerous international cruise lines. He received a “Gramata” from the Russian government for enhancement of relations with that country and the USA. He has published eleven academic books and eight novels. He has traveled extensively all over the globe. His webs: www.amazon-thomasberry.com and sbprabooks.com/thomasberry
Cover Design by James Berry$16.99–$29.99 Select options
Written from the viewpoint of the person missed, I Miss You provides a simple way to deal with separation, loneliness, and the more challenging moments of normal, emotional development~ it’s all about facing life’s various “hand-outs” with a healthier perspective.
Susan M. Bagay is an alumna of Duquesne University, and resides in Washington, PA. A veteran teacher, with Science, Math and the Arts concentration in the upper grades, she has extended her creative expertise into and beyond the educational setting in the form of plays, choreography, short stories, poetry, art, and continues to inspire with her unique style of imaginative, heart-to-soul expression.$9.99 Select options
Amy Parker must overcome the greatest of all obstacles: the sudden death of her husband. For ¬five years theirs was a wonderful marriage; now she is a single mom. Along with sorrow, there is anger. How could Mitch leave her like this? Now she has to work three jobs to make ends meet for her and her son, Taylor. She makes herself one promise: I Will Survive.
Then Russell Watson comes into her life. Will her arrangement with him be yet another obstacle in her life?$12.99 Select options
In a war in which more than a quarter million boys age seventeen and under fought in the opposing armies, Journey Into Darkness, a researched blend of fact and fiction, is about a young boy in the Civil War. Written specially for students, enjoyed by adults as well, it takes the student reader into the events of the war through the experience of a peer.
Originally published in four books at the request of a young reader on behalf of others who don’t like thick books.
“This would be an excellent resource for middle school American history classes, giving a boy’s-eye view of the Civil War and reminding students that kids their own age were caught up in active duty during the war.” – Blue Ink Review$2.99–$38.99 Select options