The Dolphin Code by Joe Boudreault

Genre: Fiction
Print Price: $16.95 PRE-ORDER PRICE: $13.75
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Page count: 300
Dimensions: 6″ x 9″
ISBN: 978-1-947966-00-0
Coming to Bookstores in January, 2018
When Corey Sheppard goes to sea with his parents, the young boy sees more than the ocean. The sounds of the dolphins swarm around him, filling him with visions of a strange new world.

Mesmerized by this special gift, Corey cannot explain what is happening. But Corey’s uncle, Max Wheeler, an amateur marine biologist, pays close attention.

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The Torcian Chronicles: Defiance by P. J. Reed

 

Genre: High Fantasy
Print Price: $16.95 PRE-ORDER PRICE: $13.75
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Page count: 300
Dimensions: 6″ x 9″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-93-2
Coming to Bookstores January, 2018

Mesham sits dejectedly in a tiny garret above an inn, as the lands of Torcia fall to the magically-enhanced army of the infamous Mivirian Horde. One of the last surviving ancient warlocks of Torcia, Mesham knows he is marked for death.

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The Cost of Our Lives by Linda González

 

Genre: Memoir
Print Price: $15.95 PRE-ORDER PRICE: $12.95
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Page count: 278
Dimensions: 5″ x 8″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-97-0
Coming to Bookstores in February 2018

When Linda González is sixteen, her father’s son from México appears at the front door of her Southern California home. Before that moment, neither Linda nor her siblings knew their father had another child.

Linda’s family portrait slowly shatters over the next years as she discovers her father had a wife and she had two sisters as well. She realizes her very existence is because her father abandoned his first family. With startling candor, Linda relates her parents’ separate journeys to Los Angeles and the life they created in the white suburbs.

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Thy Brother’s Blood: A Louisiana Novel by Paul H. Yarbrough

 

Genre: Historical Fiction
Print Price: $16.95
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Page count: 281
Dimensions: 5.5″ x 8.5″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-98-7
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Louisiana’s rich history weaves throughout the lives of the McKinzie brothers, Travis and Forrest.  Their great-grandpa McKinzie left his Louisiana sugar cane plantation to fight and die in the War Between the States. When the war ended, reconstruction, taxes and floods whittled the three-thousand-acre family farm down to almost nothing.

After the mysterious drowning of their daddy and younger brother in the swamp, the two boys turn to their remaining father figures, Paw Paw and the Judge. Now, with the onset of economic depression, Travis and Forrest McKinzie struggle to maintain what’s left of their land and their culture as the industrialized world encroaches onto their agrarian roots.

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Still His: One Widow’s Journey to Discovery and Hope by Roni Hollis

Genre: Memoir
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Page count: 290
Dimensions: 5″x 8″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-96-3
Coming to bookstores December, 2017

 

Tragedy has a terrible way of hitting when one least expects it. This was the case for Roni Hollis, a small-town Missouri teacher, a wife and a mother, when her life changed forever on an otherwise normal December day.

When a work-related accident killed her beloved husband, Mike, Roni found herself in the throes of grief and depression. She was left with bills she couldn’t pay, a farm she didn’t know how to run by herself, a ten-year-old son to raise alone, and a heart completely shattered.

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My Way Home: Growing Up Homeless in America by Michael Gaulden

Genre: Memoir
Print Price: $16.95
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Page count: 278
Dimensions: 5.5″x 8.5″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-94-9
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 His life was barely worth a dollar. He slept outside, on park benches, in stairwells, under bushes. Michael Gaulden lived in shelter after shelter across the United States. With his father incarcerated and mother disabled, he stayed homeless for ten years.

From the age of seven to seventeen, Michael, with his mother and sister, journeyed along his own underground railroad, desperately searching for a way to free his family from the sewers of society.

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Waiting for the Light by Carol Pratt Bradley

Genre: Historical Fiction
Print Price: $16.95
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Page count: 290
Dimensions: 6 x 9
ISBN: 978-1-937178-92-5
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Three thousand Jews have been brought as hostages to Babylon, as King Nebuchadnezzar continues his subjugation of the land of Judah. Daniel, now governor of the province of Babylon, is in a position to aid his people as they resettle outside of the ancient city of Nippur.

Daniel and Sarai are briefly reunited after eight long years of separation, but obstacles remain before they can be together. Daniel must secure permission to marry from King Nebuchadnezzar, whose increasingly erratic behavior has Daniel fearing for the king’s sanity and for the safety of his people.

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I Am Not A Spy by Michael Bassin

Genre: Memoir
Print Price: $18.95
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Page count: 332
Dimensions: 6″ x 9″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-88-8
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The true story of an idealistic young American Jew committed to promoting peace and reconciliation in the Middle East.

Few American college students who study abroad receive constant accusations of being a spy. But that’s what happens to Michael Bassin, enrolled for a semester exchange at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates.

When Michael, despite advice to the contrary, reveals his Jewish identity to his new classmates, students, faculty, and the secret police respond with shock and suspicion.

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