Booksellers, publishers, librarians, and agents are encouraged to look at the 78 self-published titles below. Each appears with a list of retailers that are selling the book and a description provided by its author. Some of these writers are waiting to be discovered; others have track records and followings and are doing it on their own. If you are a self-published author interested in listing titles in this section, please visit publishersweekly.com/pw-select for more information.
10 Cents and a Silver Star... A Sardonic Saga of PTSD
Bruce D. Johnson. Edit Ink Publishers. $19.95 paper (386p), ISBN 978-0-578-42041-7
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The Vietnam War helped produce this novel—a sardonic antidote to the plague of PTSD.
1916: The Blog; A Book of Humor
Christian Schneider. Pelham Press. $11.99 paper (272p), ISBN 978-0-692-04447-6
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In this novel of alternate history, a newspaper typist in 1916 finds a futuristic connectivity machine with hilarious consequences.
Beyond Forever (Let Yourself Believe Series, Book 1)
Rhonda Frankhouser. Rhonda Frankhouser. $11.99 paper (350p), ISBN 978-1-79344-522-3
She never hoped for her own happily ever after, until she catches him watching. He never planned on falling for a stubborn journalist, until she works up the nerve to approach him.
Bonfires of the Gods
Andrew Eseimokumo Oki. Carline Fhurst Publishing. $12.99 paper (239p), ISBN 978-1-791-68723-6
Two warring tribes go head-to-head in a bloody and brutal battle over land ownership. This is a story of love and hate, life and death, and a quest for survival in one’s own homeland.
Chris Lynheart: Daughter of Forayer
Dalton Reutlinger. AuthorHouse. $20.99 paper (284p), ISBN 978-1-5462-3502-6; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5462-3501-9
Jessica Holland discovers the origins of her bloodline. An ancient relic comes into her possession that means either certain doom or immense power.
Ta’She’Ana Banks. Gatekeeper Press. $17 paper (298p), ISBN 978-1-64237-177-2
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When Talisa finds her mother lying on the kitchen floor, fighting for her life, everything changes. Talisa must navigate hidden secrets and life-threatening decisions. The clock is ticking.
Joe Costanzo. Lulu. $12.99 paper (234p), ISBN 978-1-4834-9293-3; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-4834-9294-0
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A philosophy professor at a small Christian college ignites a firestorm and upends lives with a provocative lecture, “On the Soul (of Animals).”
Datta Groover. Deep Pacific Press. $16.97 paper (308p), ISBN 978-0-9832689-4-9
The MacBrides are challenged by the unusual and unsafe behavior of their young son, Sam. They can’t figure out why he doesn’t speak or how he knows things he should have no way of knowing.
The Fifth Dimension: A Story of Courage Through Faith
Ramma Kher. Xlibris. $18.99 paper (478p), ISBN 978-1-5434-2541-3; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5434-2630-4
An embattled, idealistic woman’s commitment to beauty and truth takes her toward the resplendence of her “Spirit.”
If God Allows
Robert P. Cohen. RPC. $12.99 paper (244p), ISBN 978-0-578-21402-3
The fictional memoir of a New York ad man who, in the face of incredible success, takes an obscure job in Indonesia. Chaos ensues.
Colin Heston. Harrow and Heston Publishers. $9.75 paper (348p), ISBN 978-1-982941-54-3
A young adult love story with a mystery twist, set in the bawdy life of a 1950s Australian pub.
The New Normal
K.N. Crighton. Bordeaux Street Books. $14.99 paper (418p), ISBN 978-0-9980343-1-7; $5.99 e-book, ISBN 978-0-9980343-0-0
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans journalist Maggie McBride and her housekeeper, Eloise Jackson, face a world they never anticipated in their worst nightmares.
Of Knights and Dogfights
Ellie Midwood. Ellie Midwood. $3.99 e-book, ASIN B07KX56ZJK
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Set during one of the bloodiest wars in history, this is a story of the shattered illusions of youth, of tyranny and freedom, and of friendship and love guiding one out of Soviet captivity.
Only Tim Sent Flowers
George Kaplan. Black Opal Books. $13.49 paper (278p), ISBN 978-1-62694-729-0; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B074YKT22C
Mary Louise, a bookish virgin unaware she has Asperger’s syndrome, thrusts herself into the 1960s sexual revolution while attending night college and looking for love.
Past, Present, Alternative: Nightfall
Leilani Graceffa. Leilani Graceffa. $19.30 hardcover (175p), ISBN 978-1-7335558-0-7; $9.30 paper (175p), ISBN 978-1-7335558-1-4
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Silence can be a fatal choice, but so can speaking up. Would you stay silent and keep your own life at risk, or speak up and risk the lives of the ones you love?
Nadia Benchakroun. Century Relic. $16 paper (164p), ISBN 978-0-578-43758-3
A collection of raw and visceral poems depicting the author’s arduous journey growing up in a highly patriarchal society. She writes about love, heartbreak, and more.
All the Broken People
Amy Rivers. Compathy Press. $15.99 paper (314p), ISBN 978-0-578-42531-3; $3.99 e-book, ASIN B07MF93M9W
A dark journey into the Georgia mountains, where kudzu covers the landscape and a grudge can last generations.
Designs on Murder: A Ghostly Fashionista Mystery
Gayle Leeson. Grace Abraham Publishing. $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-0-9967647-5-9
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Amanda’s new fashion design studio comes with a resident ghost. When a murderer strikes, can they ferret out the killer?
R. Read. R. Read. $10 paper (246p), ISBN 978-1-73094-149-8
Conspiracy theory or cover-up? Dodgy energy companies are responsible for deaths, and Fiona is warned to get out just 10 months into a new job.
Midnight Black: The Purge
R.J. Eastwood. Media Entertainment. $12.95 paper (254p), ISBN 978-0-578-43303-5; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B07L61WWQY
Hardened former narcotics cop Billy Russell, having spent 20 years imprisoned in total isolation, returns to a world on the verge of total societal collapse.
The Mutiny Girl (Gold & Courage Series)
Karen S. Gordon. Gordon Productions. $14.99 paper (358p), ISBN 978-1-73360-641-7
Vance Courage is struggling to save his law practice. When his fugitive kingpin uncle shows up, it ignites a cascade of events that mires him in a potentially lucrative yet deadly conspiracy.
Nobody I Know
John J. Gaynard. John J. Gaynard. $4.99 e-book, ASIN B07LBW173H
Psychologist J. O’Neill is a pariah in the U.S. for work done with the CIA. In the psychiatric institution he now controls in Paris, he battles with a patient of no fixed identity.
Oriental Vagabonds: A Tale of a Far East Tramp
Richard Regan. Richard Regan. $9.99 paper (268p), ISBN 978-1-980845-72-0; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B07CSJFCX6
A hard-bitten skipper and his misfit crew navigate their aging tramp steamer through the dangerous waters of the Far East on the eve of World War II.
Reasons to Kill God: A Historical Fiction Novel
I.V. Olokita. I.V. Olokita. $12.95 paper (140p), ISBN 978-1-72940-030-2; $3.99 e-book, ASIN B07M6CMHKZ
Before his mother’s death, Deus learns that his family history was all lies. The truth: his mother is Jewish, and his father is a sadistic Nazi fugitive.
Yesterday’s Tomorrow, Part One: Just a Dream
Guy Rosmarin. BookBaby. $9.99 paper (178p), ISBN 978-1-5439-4327-6
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A Harvard historian has spent his career struggling to unravel the truth behind the Third Reich’s downfall. His research is on the verge of a breakthrough, but then life takes a dark turn.
Asteroids: Escape from the Arcadians
Mike McCoy. Blaster Tech. $4.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-73363-071-9
A near-future dystopian adventure across America in the middle of an end-of-the-world asteroid storm.
Beneath the Surface (A Gray Ghost Novel)
Amy McKinley. Arrowscope Press. $13.99 paper (272p), ISBN 978-0-9994280-4-7
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Framed for murder, a Russian sleeper agent works with a former Navy SEAL to reveal the true culprit, unmasking corruption that has reached some of the highest levels of the U.S. government.
Bond of a Dragon: Zahara’s Gift
A.J. Walker. AJ Walker Publishing. $11.99 paper (281p), ISBN 978-1-72689-139-4; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B07JMR418G
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A young man forced into action. A juvenile dragon alone in a new world. Whispers of a terrible evil returning to power. Can 19-year-old Anders create his own destiny?
Darkness: Book One of the Oortian Wars
Iain Richmond. Rogue Planet Publishing. $15.95 paper (460p), ISBN 978-1-946807-10-6; $2.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-946807-09-0
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Three hours after Lt. Jack Falco woke up, half the world’s population was dead. He leaves for Station Pluto and finds something far worse than the horrors he left behind on Earth.
Foresight (and Other Stories)
Brant von Goble. Loosey Goosey Press. $4.95 paper (135p), ISBN 978-0-9820991-8-6
Four tales across time and distance. Always satirical and frequently dark, this collection considers the breadth of isolation and the depth of connection.
A Jack in the Dark (The Space Operetta Series, Book 2)
Lesley L. Smith. Quarky Media. $5.99 e-book, ASIN B07996X93F
Amazon, Apple iBooks, BN.com, Google Play, Indigo, Kobo, Scribd, Smashwords, Armed only with his stunning good looks, amazing charm, secret agent instincts, and a special skill that seems to be on the fritz, Jack must solve the greatest mystery in the galaxy.
The Madness of Robin Randle: A Robin Randle Story
Wood Dickinson. Taygete Press. $16.95 paper (291p), ISBN 978-1-72865-779-0; $3.99 e-book, ASIN B07N1XSD5Z
Robin slips between realities and worlds as she races across America on a journey to unlock her memories and save us all before insanity sets in.
Lesley L. Smith. Quarky Media. $5.99 e-book, ISBN 978-0-9973131-8-5
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As quantum crimes spread, Madison discovers her power may be more dangerous than ever. Can she reverse the quantum mayhem before it’s too late? And if so, will she survive?
Three Days of Darkness: The Final Secret
S.A. Teller. Vista Alegre Publishing House. $24.99 hardcover (282p), ISBN 978-0-9997384-2-9; $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-9997384-0-5
The pope reveals a demonic event that would end the world as an evil society conjures a prophecy of obliteration. Can a peasant girl stop a demonic apocalypse?
Chatter in the Halls
Maria Gorman. Maria Gorman. $7.99 paper (266p), ISBN 978-1-51172086-1
From fashion director in New York City to elementary school principal in Baltimore, can Giulia find her passion and the man who loves her during an emotional year full of tears and laughter?
Skye Warren. Book Beautiful. $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-940518-90-9
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Liam North got custody of violin prodigy Samantha Brooks six years ago, and she’s all grown up now. But no matter how much they ache for each other, the closer they get, the greater the chance Liam’s darkest secret will be exposed.
A Season to Dance (Seasons of Northridge, Book 1)
Rebecca Heflin. Rebecca Heflin Books. $4.99 e-book, ASIN B07J1K9YKK
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After the death of her mother, a talented ballerina must return to her hometown, where she is confronted by loss, regret, and the only man she ever loved.
Auroras, Petroglyphs, and Pagans
Jeff Ransom. Kronos Press. $17.99 paper (196p), ISBN 978-1-975661-08-3
The author shares how natural images inspired the ancients throughout the world to create similar myths about the gods. Because conditions changed, the gods disappeared from view to become ethereal gods.
A Beginner’s ABC of Christian History
Bernard Thorogood. Capstone Media Services. $10 paper (150p), ISBN 978-0-578-43104-8
A starting point for those who have some interest in the story of the Christian church through the ages but have not tackled any of the daunting church histories.
Breaking Glass—Broken Barriers: Voyage of an Entrepreneurial Spirit
Joyce Verplank Hatton. Archway Publishing. $19.95 paper (504p), ISBN 978-1-4808-5584-7; $4.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-4808-5585-4
The author shares her story as an entrepreneur, political leader, open ocean sailor, and mother of six who embraced change and sought opportunities to make a difference.
Carl Van Doren: A Man of Ideas
Robin K. Foster. Armillary Press. $16.99 paper (339p), ISBN 978-0-692-18921-4
Carl Van Doren, biographer, literary critic, and essayist, was, most simply, a man of ideas and one of the country’s most prolific public intellectuals across the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s.
The Employee Millionaire: How to Use Your Day Job to Become a Millionaire with Rental Properties
H.J. Chammas. PartridgeSingapore. $24.07 paper (354p), ISBN 978-1-5437-4494-1; $7.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5437-4493-4
From identifying and closing deals, getting approved for loans, renting out properties, dealing with tenants, and capitalizing on opportunities, this book can help you achieve financial freedom while being employed.
Everything Is Matter Moving Through Space
Joseph Palazzo. AuthorHouse. $13.99 paper (256p), ISBN 978-1-5462-5619-9
A new concept of time, a new law of kinematics, and a reexamination of Einstein’s equivalence principle yield new insights into the concepts of gravity and entropy.
Farmer’s Son, Military Career
Clarence Vold. Page Publishing. $17.95 paper (334p), ISBN 978-1-63417-861-7
Vold sought life beyond what he knew. Answering the call, he served 30 years with honor in the U.S. Air Force and achieved the distinguished rank of chief master sergeant.
Fundamentals of Predictable Economy: Economy from the Standpoint of General System Theory
Y.G. Geltser. Toplink Publishing. $15.99 paper (384p), ISBN 978-1-949804-04-1
This book attempts to describe the economic system at the level of an independent state through the language and methodological principles of general system theory.
An Inexplicable Attraction: My Fifty Years of Ocean Sailing
Eric B. Forsyth. Yacht Fiona. $24.95 paper (400p), ISBN 978-0-692-80681-4; $7.99 e-book, ISBN 978-0-692-89506-1
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This memoir explores the origins of Forsyth’s love of seafaring adventures and his many journeys to every part of the world, one of which was almost his last sail.
Just Be: Transform Your Life and Live as Infinity
Suresh Ramaswamy. Lucid Field. $18.18 paper (518p), ISBN 978-0-9962730-0-8; $9.09 e-book, ASIN B07LCC9MH8
In this book, readers can discover what life is truly about, learn practices to experience a deeper reality rooted in beingness, and understand how to live from that reality.
Let’s Make a Contract: Getting Your Teen Through High School and Beyond
Ann Schiebert. Andrew Benzie Books. $16.95 paper (232p), ISBN 978-1-941713-85-3
Prepare your teen for the unexpected. Contract templates cover curfew, school attendance, grades, cyberbullying, prom night, computer and cell phone use, borrowing the car, and more.
Love, Sanity, or Medical School: A Memoir
Stephanie Benjamin. KDP. $9.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-73289-960-5
The third year of med school is a year of rotating through
specialties, teams, hospitals, and lives. It leaves an indelible mark on every physician, but the story is often untold—until now.
The Mindset: My Journey from Janitor to Silicon Valley Millionaire in Five Years
Ace Bowers. KDP. $6.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-73294-811-2
At the age of 22, Bowers was forced to choose whether to continue the cycle of family poverty or break it. This memoir describes his unconventional path to success.
My Persian Paradox: Memories of an Iranian Girl
Shabnam Curtis. Shabnam Curtis. $12.99 paper (318p), ISBN 978-1-73359-880-4
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This is a tale of an Iranian girl’s resilience in the face of dictatorship, fighting with restrictive cultural rules, a mother-daughter relationship, forbidden love, and the desire for freedom.
Out of This World Ideas: And the Inventions They Inspired
Edward M. Wysocki Jr. CreateSpace. $17.99 paper (198p), ISBN 978-1-72465-403-8; $6.99 e-book, ASIN B07N42ZNFK
Works of science fiction contain many strange and fantastic concepts. Have any of these concepts served as the inspiration for inventions applied to real-world problems?
The Physics and Philosophy of the Bible
James Frederick Ivey. WestBow Press. $24.95 paper (340p), ISBN 978-1-973607-14-4; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-973607-15-1
The essence of this book is that quantum physics, relativity, classic philosophy, and history, especially science, support the truths of the Bible to virtually prove that God exists.
A Professor and CEO: True Story
Richard T. Cheng. Xlibris. $25.99 paper (704p), ISBN 978-1-5434-8132-7; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5434-8131-0
Covering over 60 years, this book describes the author in his youth enduring two wars and how he became the $240 million professor.
Radical Inclusion: Engaging Interfaith Families for a Thriving Jewish Future
Edmund Case. Center for Radically Inclusive Judaism. $19.99 paper (275p), ISBN 978-1-73293-880-9
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With historical context, statistics, personal narratives, and practical guidance, this is a book for everyone interested in seeing interfaith families engaged in Jewish life and community.
The Revelation Mysteries: A Complete Study on End-Time Prophecy
Steven D. Williams. Hosanna Publishing. $40 hardcover (365p), ISBN 978-1-886861-40-4
Chronicing end-time events based on Christian eschatology, this book is a valuable resource for anyone interested in end-time prophecy.
Setting Goals that Count: A Christian Perspective
Joe Allison. Jordan Publishing. $12.99 paper (115p), ISBN 978-1-891314-15-5
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This book shows how to sketch a meaningful picture of your future—based on your unique gifts, opportunities, and divine calling—then make your goals a reality.
So You Think You Need a Lawyer?
Committee for Social Justice. Committee for Social Justice. Free e-book, ISBN 978-0-228-50163-3
The true story of Ann M. Pavlick, author and brain injury advocate. A nightmare of tragedy and despair encounters indominable spirit and the grace of not giving up.
Carolyn Jernigan. Outskirts press. $15.95 paper (314p), ISBN 978-1-4787-0207-8
Author Jernigan has valuable life lessons for the reader on issues women face every day, including the idea that each of us must learn from other people’s examples.
Thunderclap: A Defining Silence
Juliane Corn Lee. Pisces Press San Francisco. $10.99 paper (227p), ISBN 978-0-692-14242-4
A naive girl transforms into a strong woman after a time of catastrophic loss.
The Warrior: Tales of a Substitute Teacher and Job Coach
Andy Palasciano. Lymer & Hart/Garden Oak Press. $15.95 paper (136p), ISBN 978-1-73237-531-4
A firsthand account by someone who claims, “I have always had the ability to get lost.”
The Wedding Photo
Dan A. Oren. Rimmon Press. $36 paper (224p), ISBN 978-0-692-13981-3
Author Oren embarks on a genealogical journey that opens new worlds. This book offers pathways for anyone interested in doing their own genealogical research.
Worth the Wait
Naomi Hafford-Smith. Toplink Publishing. $11.99 paper (144p), ISBN 978-1-948779-33-3
The author argues that waiting effectively is the most vital phase in bringing forth prophecy and that, at God’s desired speed, blessings will arrive.
WTF* Is Wrong with Our Health? A Rebel Physician’s Manifesto for Reversing Disease and Increasing Smiles
Roberto Tostado. WTF* Books. $12.95 paper (140p), ISBN 978-1-73354-750-5
A physician offers a radical new view of nutrition and medicine in the U.S.
Mr. Kind. Mr. Kind. $12.99 paper (24p), ISBN 978-1-72927-446-0
With “four marbles, and a shooter quite fat,” a stranger teaches Bluff about the dangers of arrogant boasting. With readaloud rhythm and a virtuous message of humility.
Children of a Northern Kingdom: A Story of the Strangite Mormons in Wisconsin and on Beaver Island, Michigan
Elaine Stienon. AuthorHouse. $20.99 paper (288p), ISBN 978-1-5462-0334-6; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5462-0333-9
Fleeing persecution, Rusty follows his family group to Michigan’s Beaver Island. Again forced to leave, he loses possessions and family. Where can he find help?
A.R. Jackson. A.R. Jackson. $9.95 paper (202p), ISBN 978-1-79326-039-0; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B07L1S33BV
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Kevin was bound to be a star. He grew up in a sports-driven family and was groomed to play football all his life.
Grandpa, I’m Afraid
Mart Grams, illus. by Allisandra German. Xlibris. $21.99 paper (26p), ISBN 978-1-984526-07-6; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-984526-06-9
For parents who are dealing with the common fears of children from about two to seven years of age, just relax. The fears that your child experiences are normal.
Henry Winterbottom and the Feeling Rainbow
Jen B. Wild, illus. by Day. La Pixie Publishing. $4.99 e-book, ASIN B07L527H3R
This book is designed to help children understand emotions by reading about Henry’s experience with a colorful spectrum of feelings.
In Clouds of Fire: A Story of Community
Elaine Stienon. AuthorHouse. $20.95 paper (448p), ISBN 978-1-4184-4767-0; $5.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-4184-5738-9
This tale of love, violence, and death explores the diversity of people who were attracted to the early Mormons and the groups from which they came.
My Fox Ate My Homework
David Blaze. Blaze Books for Young Readers. $17.99 hardcover (106p), ISBN 978-1-73259-146-2; $11.99 paper (106p), ISBN 978-0-692-15401-4
It’s Joe’s first day at a new school, and he’s already had to deal with the bully. A talking fox keeps getting Joe into trouble, and Joe has to help save his mom’s house.
Jane Powell. Tellwell. $18.67 paper (322p), ISBN 978-0-228-80353-9
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Growing up in the 1980s is a struggle for Frankie. Relentlessly bullied after she is sexually assaulted, she learns the key to survival is friendship, humor, and determination.
Tilly and Torg—New Kids at School
Connie Goyette Crawley, illus. by Valentina Valenza. 3DLight Publications. $7.99 paper (44p), ISBN 978-0-9986614-6-9
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Tilly and Torg are off to their first day of school. Whether it’s reading, math, or even recess, these two monsters have a lot to learn. Sight word list and quiz included.
Time Changes Everything
Jane Craig Sebok. Outskirts Press. $15.95 paper (201p), ISBN 978-1-977202-13-0
High school science geek Caitlin, while trying to run away from her miserable life, finds herself mysteriously transported to the 1970s with her mother as her college roommate.
The Way to the Shining City: A Story of the Early Mormons in Missouri and Nauvoo, Illinois
Elaine Stienon. AuthorHouse. $15.19 paper (300p), ISBN 978-1-4567-5416-7; $9.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-4567-5415-0
Love and violence on the American frontier characterize this novel about the early Mormons and their search for a place of peace and religious freedom.
Well Below Heaven
Idyllwild Eliot. Cur Dog Press. $24.99 hardcover (264p), ISBN 978-0-9846156-9-8; $9.99 e-book, ASIN B07MJXJ1MV
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A gritty, dark, and at times disquieting coming-of-age epistolary novel that explores the line between teenage self-interest and the depth of sibling love.
York the Yowie: And His Very Big Dream
David Goff, illus. by Shiela Alejandro. Yowie Press. $9.99 paper (34p), ISBN 978-1-79278-685-3
York the Yowie is following his big, juicy dream. His story shows that if you believe in your own talents and make opportunities for yourself, there’s nothing you can’t do.
Zip’s First Dog Show: The Pom Tales Series
C.H. Harrison, illus. by Cathy Kosterman and Nadya Ilchuk. C2 Books. $19.99 hardcover (50p), ISBN 978-1-950028-01-6
Zip, a Pomeranian puppy, has fun, meets new friends, and learns a valuable lesson at his first dog show. He learns it is important to stay positive and keep trying, no matter what.