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In Season's Dream

by Mari Carlson

In this original, ambitious, and unexpected poetry collection, the seasons are mined for meaning in verses that impart dreams and share a new perspective on reality. R. Tirrell Leonard Jr.‘s seasonal poetry collection In Season’s... Read More

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The Principle of 18

by Melissa Wuske

"The Principle of 18" is a self-help guide designed to help people attain joy and fulfillment, one life stage at a time. Eyal N. Danon’s "The Principle of 18" is a self-help book that aims to help people infuse every stage of their... Read More

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A Month of Murder

by Delia Stanley

In the small town mystery novel "A Month of Murder", no one can be trusted, and the past always reemerges. In David Baker’s mystery novel "A Month of Murder", brutal murders and generational crimes plague a small town. In Yorkshire’s... Read More

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Mama Gaia

by Kristine Morris

"Mama Gaia" is a sensitive, instructive early reader that covers spiritual concepts, among which love takes the prime position. Sahara Mirpuri’s lovely early reader "Mama Gaia" imparts profound spiritual principles in a gentle manner.... Read More

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Pips in the Wind

by Edith Wairimu

The imaginative short stories of "Pips in the Wind" are charming, faith based, and lesson filled. Catherine Wood’s whimsical and allegorical short story collection "Pips in the Wind" concerns the fruits of the Holy Spirit; it also... Read More

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Become Better

by Melissa Wuske

The self-help text "Become Better" proposes a road map to cultivating deep, far reaching emotional intelligence. Ann Polya’s self-help book "Become Better" suggests empowering methods for increasing emotional intelligence. Polya knows... Read More

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