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Beyond the Forest Floor and Other Forest Tales

Joanne McFall, illus. by Ruth Kelly. Legend Times. $10 paper (138p), ISBN 978-1-80031-501-3

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Forests are at the heart of this illustrated collection of 13 short stories.

The Boy Without a Soul

K. Duncan Deaton. Dorrance Publishing. $28 paper (510p), ISBN 978-1-64804-524-0; $23 e-book, ISBN 978-1-64804-502-8

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This novel explores the rude confrontation between biblical inerrancy—and some Christians' supernatural beliefs—and science and modern morality.

The Case on a Cliff

Orr Agam. Xlibris. $12.99 paper (110p), ISBN 978-1-6641-5360-8; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-6641-5359-2


A bare-knuckle fight with a cat, shady cops, and a crazy night in Las Vegas follow Jacob as he is left dangling in his attempt to solve a mystery.

Cute for a Black Girl

Amy Watkins. Amy Watkins. $12.99 paper (157p), ISBN 978-1-7362960-3-5; $2.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-7362960-2-8

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Chloe is a beautiful Black girl with a promising future until, unconscious, she is abandoned in the ER. It will take a diverse group of people to unify and discover the truth.

Deathbed Confession: My Son Was a Stolen Baby!

Thadeus Parkland. P1Press. $10 paper (285p), ISBN 978-1-7329729-0-2


On her deathbed, Mary confesses the truth about her son’s adoption; he was a stolen baby. This tale follows two women who overcome unthinkable atrocities to find inner peace.

Diva Queens: The Promised One

Rodd Symian. Dorrance Publishing. $16 paper (200p), ISBN 978-1-64610-475-8; $11 e-book, ISBN 978-1-64610-756-8

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Queen Martha Ruth Ark and a circle of valiant warriors are on a mission to fight Queen Matilda and her army of Shadow Knights.

A Double Life, a Single Love, a Sinclair Story

Rosalinda Haddon. Page Publishing. $19.95 paper (280p), ISBN 978-1-64628-819-9; $10.57 e-book, ASIN B08NHV151Y


A crime-fighting couple’s consuming love for each other is put to the test when they’re recruited to identify a global counterfeiter.

Facets of the Past: No Dark Deed Goes Unpunished

Monique Gliozzi. Tellwell Talent. $13.50 paper (184p), ISBN 978-0-2288-4890-5; $5.99 e-book, ASIN B0918RVWN1


Mystery and suspense ensue when Hank Gild’s dream job as a tour guide at the imperial castle on Lake Starnberg unexpectedly becomes a treacherous nightmare.

A Family Divided

Dick Parsons. Great Writers Media. $10 paper (288p), ISBN 978-1-954908-47-5; $3.32 e-book, ASIN B0931QNDM9


Beginning in 1934, two German brothers are affected in increasingly different ways by Führer Adolf Hitler's policies.

Gambling for Good Mail

Evelyn Cole. URLink Print and Media. $11.99 paper (336p), ISBN 978-1-64367-924-2


Felicia Wood, a nonpracticing registered nurse whose husband left because of her shopping clutter, struggles to find distraction. Her niece enters her life and inadvertently saves her.

Harry Harambee’s Kenyan Sundowner

Gerald Everett Jones. LaPuerta Books and Media. $18.99 paper (330p), ISBN 978-1-7359502-1-1; $6.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-7359502-3-5

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A lonely widower from Los Angeles buys a tour package to East Africa due to promises of hookups and parties. Instead he finds new reasons to live.

Hoo Lee Jing (Fox Fairy)

Margaret Zee. URLink Print & Media. $18.99 hardcover (406p), ISBN 978-1-64753-591-9; $9.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-64753-590-2

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Set after World War II in Peking, this story of love, longing, and deception features a dangerous supernatural creature.

A Hundred Honeymoons

J.S. Wilson. Xlibris. $15.99 paper (466p), ISBN 978-1-6641-3420-1; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-6641-3431-7


Todd and Sally navigate through carnal adventure and broken hearts. Can these infatuated yet hardy teenagers survive and prove that love does conquer all?

Ice and Bone (Rising Wind #2)

Diane Olsen. D Olsen Publishing. $9.99 paper (266p), ISBN 978-1-7372040-0-8; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B09447YQ7F


Paleontologist Dr. Secora James, still reeling from injuries sustained in the previous summer’s mountaintop battle, receives a desperate call from a fellow paleontologist, Billy Riggins, who is under attack at a mammoth site in western Washington.

I Never Knew You

Patrick Higgins. For His Glory Production Co.. $3.99 e-book, ASIN B08HHFRMPD


Charmaine DeShields is a proud member of the Blessed and Highly Favored Full Gospel Church—until a pastor from China creates an uproar at the megachurch with his preaching.

In His Father’s World: The Love Affair of Seth Hunter Jr. and Sandy

C.D. Harper. URLink Print & Media. $11.99 paper (390p), ISBN 978-1-64753-653-4

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Seth Hunter Jr., heir to Covenant Plantation, must learn to live during a civil war that will change everything.

The Jesus Ring

Daniel Harry. Covenant Books. $21.99 hardcover (312p), ISBN 978-1-64559-729-2; $19.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-64559-728-5


This modern-day interpretation of the events foretold in the Bible’s book of Revelation adds many new twists.

Long Walk Up

Denise Turney. Chistell Pub. $6.95 paper (74p), ISBN 978-0-9663539-3-8, Amazon,,

This inspirational story takes the reader inside the fictional life of an orphaned East African girl named Mulukan. Her future appears bleak, but her spirit rises for reckoning.

The Mass of Men

Rachel K. Wentz. Rachel K. Wentz. $10.95 paper (280p), ISBN 978-1-4921-0754-5; $7 e-book, ASIN B00GDL2XMS

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This story explores the conflicts and bonds among a group of cadet firefighters.

The Narrows

Mark Zvonkovic. Dos Perro Press. $12.99 paper (306p), ISBN 978-1-7352751-2-3; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B08HFTF8ZT

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Two friends take different paths to find their niches in the world in the 1970s.

The Opera Singer

Paul Larson. Left Foot Publishing. $16.95 paper (288p), ISBN 978-1-7368951-0-8


Young Luka Imanov dreams of becoming a professional opera singer, but a world war, the Russian Revolution, and love get in his way.

The Touch of the Magdalene: In the Writing of the Fourth Gospel

Diana Barsham. Austin Macauley Publishers. $28.95 hardcover (270p), ISBN 978-1-78878-239-5; $15.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-78878-072-8


The lover of Christ, Mary Magdalene, knew the secrets of his world-changing mission, and she now reveals the whole story of his resurrection from the dead.

Whispers Through Time

Joni Scott. Austin Macauley Publishers. $13.95 paper (222p), ISBN 978-1-78455-167-4; $4.50 e-book, ISBN 978-1-78455-175-9


Family mysteries intrigue present-day sisters. Why did their grandmother Winifred leave alone for Australia soon after the sinking of the Titanic? Where did her brother, Oscar, disappear to?


Around the World in Five Lines

James B. Anstead. URLink Print and Media. $9.99 paper (48p), ISBN 978-1-64753-716-6


This whimsical collection of limericks and special wordplay was inspired by the author’s travels around the world.

Deafening Silence

Carl Yount. URLink Print and Media. $7.99 paper (102p), ISBN 978-1-64753-755-5


The author takes readers on a journey from darker tales to lighter spirituality in epic poems.

Reduction Fired: Concise, Quiet, and Intense Poems Voiced over Vibrant Scenes of Nature—Reflections to Ripple Through the Mind

Jennifer Yeates Camara. Yeates Expressions. $11.99 paper (85p), ISBN 978-1-7775728-1-5; $5.96 e-book, ISBN 978-1-7775728-0-8

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The calm and stirring poems in this collection feature tight, condensed lines and rich imagery and rhythm.

She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not: 365 Poems to Lift You Up, Crush Your Soul, and Lift You Back Up Again

Autumn Siders. E.M. Sanchez Press. $20 paper (418p), ISBN 978-1-7364919-0-4

This collection reflects life, which is full of ups and downs.

Silent Echoes

Carl Yount. URLink Print and Media. $7.99 paper (120p), ISBN 978-1-64753-629-9


Yount's epic poems take readers on a journey descending into a darker tale.

Whispering Spirits

Carl Yount. URLink Print and Media. $7.99 paper (90p), ISBN 978-1-64753-553-7


This collection of epic poems takes readers on a journey through a labyrinth of imagery and visions.


The Balance of Fear

Diana C. Hall. KDP. $4.99 e-book, ASIN B091G2WPYV


Elizabeth Stanton fled New York for Seattle, trading a career on Broadway for a house built like a beautiful fort. When her favorite student is found dead, life imitates art.

Blood Lily

Spencer Stephens. Maine Authors Publishing & Cooperative. $18.62 paper (361p), ISBN 978-1-63381-268-0


A Saudi woman is pushed into terrorism by her family. Her life has been orchestrated by them, and she’s desperate for an out.

The Cat in the Window Murders

Frank L. Gertcher. Wind Grass Hill Books. $29.95 hardcover (320p), ISBN 978-1-73514-593-8

Cardinal Publishers Group

In 1929, Caroline Case Jones departs Chicago for Europe on the luxury ship Isle de France with her new husband, Hannibal, but murder and mystery follow them across the ocean.

The Concrete Vineyard

Cam Lang. Tellwell. $18.99 paper (468p), ISBN 978-0-2288-3224-9; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-0-2288-3226-3

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On Canada’s 150th birthday, the revered owner of a grand old estate is murdered. A reluctant homicide detective enlists his friend, an urban planner, to help investigate the mystery.

Desert Dreaming

Steve Elliott. Balboa Press. $20.99 paper (334p), ISBN 978-1-5043-2382-6; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5043-2383-3


In the Western Australian desert, an ordinary geologist accidentally comes into conflict with a group of terrorists.

Echoes in the Woods

Georgina Scott. Austin Macauley Publishers. $9.95 paper (144p), ISBN 978-1-78848-010-9; $4.50 e-book, ISBN 978-1-3984-3396-0


An abused child nurtures a hatred for his father that develops into a murderous rampage. Only his love for his childhood girlfriend allows him to stay connected to reality.

Faces of Evil

E.L. Jefferson. E.L. Books. $20.25 paper (522p), ISBN 978-1-6629-1178-1


This story collection explores the depths of human cruelty in our modern world.

Fate of the Unwilling

Amy Lee. She Shed Publishing. $27.99 hardcover (263p), ISBN 978-1-63684-162-5; $14.88 paper, ISBN 979-8-5559-4674-4

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A woman left for dead struggles to atone for her past transgressions by revealing a corporate cover-up, while others try to silence her for good.

The First Shadows of Morning

Timothy Noble. Austin Macauley Publishers. $13.95 paper (210p), ISBN 978-1-5289-8959-6; $4.95 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5289-8960-2


A British businessman is sent to Ukraine to help formulate a strategy for a company. After an explosion in a factory, he must work out who and what caused it.

Ghost (The Justice Chronicles #1)

Michael Jack Webb. Michael Jack Webb. $10.99 paper (368p), ISBN 979-8-5500-1480-6; $3.99 e-book, ASIN B08LQZRC8G


The FBI’s youngest profiler is assigned to find a serial killer with supernatural abilities, racing against time to discover who is behind the gruesome murders and prevent another brutal killing.

Key Man

Allen K. Huffstutter. Cross Creek Books. $24.95 hardcover (272p), ISBN 978-1-7369004-0-6; $14.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-7369004-1-3

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Is Kate’s grandfather’s death related to dozens of murders? Kate and two L.A. detectives follow the how and discover the why. Now, can they determine who’s next?


The Atonement

Bill Thompson. Ascendente Books. $12.95 paper (302p), ISBN 978-1-7355661-3-9

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When several family members are hanged in an ancient bayou mansion, paranormal investigator Landry Drake must stop a malevolent child spirit seeking revenge before more die.

The Color of Greed (Erebus Tales #2)

Norman Westhoff. Iguana Books. $26.99 paper (365p), ISBN 978-1-77180-490-5; 99¢ e-book, ASIN B093MGMYKL

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After a near-fatal bullet wound, Keltyn SparrowHawk tries to make a new life with nomads who took her in. Oscar Bailey sends a second mission to seek the iridium treasure at Mt. Erebus.

Cromby’s Axiom

Gary J. Kirchner. FriesenPress. $28.99 hardcover (204p), ISBN 978-1-5255-9608-7; $17.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-5255-9607-0

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In the near future, the internet connects everyone at the level of thought. A star athlete becomes unlinked from the Hive and is captured by a group of freethinking rebels.

Grandma’s House

PD Smarslok. KDP. $9.99 paper (301p), ISBN 979-8-5745-3811-1


After his grandma’s death, Max visits her home one final time. He soon discovers there is an unseen entity living there, and it’s not Grandma.

Hall of Skulls

Jamie Eubanks. IngramSpark. $15.99 paper (357p), ISBN 978-1-7367716-0-0; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-7367716-1-7


The abduction of a Mokuteki female kicks off this adventure of interstellar travel, alien invasions, and a confrontation with those who attacked Kai’s world 2,000 years earlier.

Hard Drive Backup

David Shipley. David Shipley Publishing. $13.99 paper (168p), ISBN 978-1-954168-34-3


A group of individuals try to discover a way to spread humanity’s acquired knowledge into space without human form before it’s too late.

The Headless Boy

Kelli Owen. Poltergeist Press. $15.99 paper (396p), ISBN 978-1-913138-73-8; $4.99 e-book, ASIN B08W1Y7LXV


Reeling from the loss of a child, Maggie finds comfort in a young boy’s ghost. Jake doesn’t believe but plays along, until he realizes it’s not a game and they are not alone.

Jeremy and the Witches’ Medallion: The Witch Hunt

Randy Gauthier. Austin Macauley Publishers. $31.95 hardcover (338p), ISBN 978-1-64378-656-8; $18.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-64750-152-5


Jeremy starts a magical adventure, with animal companions he can talk to, to retrieve his family heirloom while encountering 17th-century U.K. history.

Rone Isa

Robin Murarka. R.R. Bowker. $10.50 paper (272p), ISBN 978-0-646-81765-1; $4.99 e-book, ISBN 979-8-6279-9484-0


In this story of philosophy, misogyny, and politics, a lonely engineer creates an AI named Enoya. He basks in money and fame as she observes him. Ultimately, unknown motives are revealed.

Semper Indomitus

Robert W. Brady Jr. Robert W. Brady Jr. $14.95 paper (352p), ISBN 978-0-9861961-2-6; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B07MN35HLP


An American sailor must navigate a world where warriors and kings rule by sword and spell.


Daniel J. Lyons. Daniel J. Lyons III. $7.99 paper (212p), ISBN 978-1-7355957-4-0; 99¢ e-book, ISBN 978-1-7355957-1-9

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Three isolated and unprepared private vessels must deal with true isolation after their connection to civilization is unexpectedly lost.

Short Stories and Assorted Nightmares

Mark A. Snyder. Rushmore Press. $15.99 paper (248p), ISBN 978-1-4808-8010-8; $2.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-4808-8009-2


This assortment of tales ranges from the everyday to the extraordinary, from factual to fantastical, with quick reads to pique the imagination and stir the darkest corners of a reader’s mind.

A Simple Thought of Sanity

C.E. Huntingdon. C E Publishing. $9.99 paper (243p), ISBN 978-1-73662-373-2; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B08ZK1BWTR

Amazon, IngramSpark

Brutus sees himself as just an average salaryman, but unbeknownst to him, he has been picked to be the catalyst that changes his city and the lives of everyone in it.


Blind Copy

Olivia Gaines. Davonshire House Publishing.
$2.99 e-book (282p), ISBN 978-1-393-21144-0


In the fifth volume in the Technicians series, a 10-year-old running for her life climbs into the back of Mr. Exit’s shop. She has one request: help me save my mothers.

Fan Mail

Kelly Lyon. Lyon. $15.99 paper (350p), ISBN 979-8-5896-7825-3; $4.99 e-book, ASIN B08RY2BL7W


Sitcom star Leslie Peters loses her show and falls in love with a fan.

He Said He Loved Me but His Addictions Came First

TRD. Austin Macauley Publishers. $23.95 hardcover (140p), ISBN 978-1-64575-144-1; $9.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-64575-145-8


Based on true events, this is the story of a woman who gets lost after falling in love with someone she thought was the man of her dreams.

McKenna’s Crossing

Debbie Dee. Austin Macauley Publishers. $34.95 hardcover (400p), ISBN 978-1-64750-266-9; $20.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-64750-267-6


Capt. Parker Sloane transports McKenna Reed to England to escape the impending American civil war. A host of characters and conflicts force them to believe in love.

More of Us to the West

Trinity Dunn. Trinity Dunn. $16.99 paper (544p), ISBN 978-1-7370539-1-0; $4.99 e-book, ASIN B0925NTS2R


After an unusual storm forces their plane out of the sky, 11 strangers are forced to navigate unfamiliar terrain in the Pacific, where they find mystery, adventure, and love.

The Pendulum Swings Back

Sylva Kanderal. Xlibris. $12.99 paper (146p), ISBN 978-1-6641-5608-1; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-6641-5607-4


Lucia has had too many negative experiences in her life. She causes none of them but ironically plays the leading role in every one.

The Unequal Twins

Sylva Kanderal. Xlibris. $16.99 paper (108p), ISBN 978-1-6641-5613-5; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-6641-5612-8


Twins Ava and Zoe have to go through hellish envy, jealousy, and malice.


Attack, Parry, Riposte: A Fencer’s Guide to Better Business Execution

Norman A. Katz. Austin Macauley Publishers. $25.95 hardcover (194p), ISBN 978-1-64378-961-3; $12.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-64378-962-0


Katz combines 30-plus years of professional software, supply chain, and operations experience with personal passion in this application of fencing strategies and tactics to business performance.

Basic Studio Course: How to Become a Pro Portraits Maker in Two Days

John A. Pichardo. Art Pichardo. $39.95 hardcover (104p), ISBN 978-0-692-14162-5


This text covers the mechanics of studio portraiture.

Beautiful Souls: Inspirational Quotes Collections

Christopher Adam Rice. AuthorHouse. $16.99 paper (50p), ISBN 978-1-5462-4375-5; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5462-4374-8


This collection of inspirational quotes aims to create positive direction in the reader’s life and the lives of others.

Before the Mic: How to Compose Meaningful, Memorable, and Motivational Presentations

Glenn Gibson. River Grove Books. $15.95 paper (226p), ISBN 978-1-63299-364-9; $7.99 e-book, ASIN B08YN2XKKD

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Gibson shares guidance and templates for meaningful, memorable, and motivational presentations.

The Body Blog: Explorations in Science and Culture

Rachel K. Wentz. Rachel K. Wentz. $12.95 paper (334p), ISBN 978-1-5307-0972-4; $7 e-book, ASIN B01DPX702E


This book celebrates the fascinating and complex processes that keep a body alive and the impact of culture on them.

Classic Motor Cartoon Book: Old Cars Are Fun to Drive if You Have Nowhere to Go and All Day to Get There!

John Stoneham. Austin Macauley Publishers. $37.95 hardcover (214p), ISBN 978-1-78848-729-0; $24.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-78848-728-3


A humorous farewell to old cars that are fun to drive if one has nowhere to go and all day to get there.

The Destiny and Signs of God: Spiritual Psychoanalysis

Ionel Rotaru. iUniverse. $28.99 paper (534p), ISBN 978-1-6632-0361-8; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-6632-0362-5

Amazon, iUniverse

Rotaru seeks to teach readers how to communicate with the universe and change their lives from material to spiritual.

East-West Sword & Word

Anwar A. Abdullah. URLink Print & Media. $14.99 paper (500p), ISBN 978-1-64367-572-5; $2.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-64367-571-8

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Abdullah’s book takes readers to the world of the rising complexion of modernism, as the heart of humanity is ripped apart by Mammonism.

Ending Wars on Uganda’s Children

Barbara Gibby. URLink Print & Media. $16.99 hardcover (308p), ISBN 978-1-64753-472-1; $10.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-64753-373-1

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This book covers atrocities in Uganda that Gibby saw with her own eyes.

Happy Jack: Reflections of Growing Up During the Sixties—A Decade of Rebellion, Change and Defining Moments

Martin R. Oliver. Austin Macauley Publishers. $13.95 paper (218p), ISBN 978-1-5289-9202-2; $4.50 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5289-9203-9


This humorous and nostalgic account reflects on coming of age during the 1960s and describes home, factory life, music, and the many iconic moments of that tumultuous decade.

Healing and Transformation: Moving from the Ordinary to the Extraordinary

Eric Alsterberg. ReadersMagnet. $49.99 hardcover (284p), ISBN 978-1-60693-624-5; $15.38 paper, ISBN 978-1-951775-23-0


Alsterberg hopes this how-to manual will inspire readers to recognize and understand the voice of the higher being that speaks within each person.

Hitchhiking Around the World

Jim L. Carr. Xlibris. $24.99 hardcover (120p), ISBN 978-1-6641-3677-9


A 22-year-old young man hitchhikes around Europe and beyond.

How to Live Forever: A Guide to Writing the Final Chapter of Your Life Story

Kimberly Best. WestBow Press. $30.95 hardcover (150p), ISBN 978-1-9736-7534-1; $13.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-9736-7533-4


A guide to helping people have conversations around end-of-life issues—legal concerns, health care, celebration of life, and most importantly, relationships—so that they can live well to the end.

How World War II Changed America

Earl Ofari Hutchinson. Middle Passage Press. $12.95 paper (200p), ISBN 978-0-692-81309-6

Amazon, Ingram

Hutchinson looks at the monumental changes that WWII produced in the U.S.

The Joy of Scholarship: Teaching Law and Writing History

David J. Langum Sr. David J. Langum Sr. $30 hardcover (314p), ISBN 978-1-0878-8310-6


Retired professor and legal historian Langum describes his teaching career, how he chose the subjects of his books, and how they were researched, written, and presented to publishers.

The Last Taboo: Illegal Porn, Crystal Meth, & Me

Thomas S. Ford. Tippy Too! Press. $15.95 paper (269p), ISBN 978-0-692-18905-4


This memoir is a complex narrative of online sexual addiction, chemical dependency, and criminal prosecution in 21st-century America.

Lessons Learned: Short Stories of Continuity and Resilience

Michele L. Turner. M2. $9.99 paper (61p), ISBN 979-8-7086-3356-9; $6.99 e-book, ASIN B08VDBNMKQ


Turner writes that, although an uninterrupted life free of misfortune may sound wonderful, it is in the challenge, in the change, that people learn the greatest lessons.

Make Me: A Memoir

Lisa Stathoplos. $28.95 hardcover (254p), ISBN 978-1-64719-421-5

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In this dark-humored memoir, Stathoplos takes readers on her voyage toward acceptance and authenticity.

On the Wings of My Dragonfly

Maria Garay Reynolds. URLink Print and Media. $6.99 paper (56p), ISBN 978-1-64753-417-2


What begins as a simple memory of a great-grandmother spending time with her great-grandson turns into a journey into the soul, as Reynolds reflects on a family-born ability to communicate with spirits.

Profit First for Minority Business Enterprises

Susanne Mariga. The Avant-Garde Project. $21.95 paper (230p), ISBN 978-1-7357759-0-6

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Mariga, a CPA, shows readers how to implement the Profit First cash management system and scale into a seven-figure enterprise.

Revelation Through Science

James G. Martin. Xlibris. $16.99 paper (390p), ISBN 978-1-6641-3586-4; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-6641-3585-7


Martin asks, “Are science and faith incompatible?” in this book for the educated nonscientist who may be troubled by apparent conflicts between science and religion.

The Story of WE: A New Theory on Couples, Relationships, and Love

Dimitra Doumpioti. Dimitra Doumpioti. $14.95 paper (252p), ISBN 978-84-09-29607-1; $4.99 e-book, ISBN 978-84-09-29779-5


Doumpioti introduces her new psychological theory focusing on couplehood and other key human relationships, addressing fundamental questions about their workings.

Survival Symphony: My Lung Cancer Journey

Louis V. Cesarini. Louis V. Cesarini. $27.95 hardcover (308p), ISBN 978-1-7365406-4-0; $11.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-7365406-0-2

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This cancer patient’s account of his battle with lung cancer uses music to help depict his story.

Tales from the Kingdom of Tonga

‘Ilisapesi S. Weir, Lute S. Aleamotu’a, and ‘Alekisanita U. Sisifa. URLink Print & Media. $9.99 paper (252p), ISBN 978-1-64753-449-3; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-64753-450-9

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This book recounts the lives of Mafi Helu Sisifa and Sione Finau Sisifa (1910–1970) in the context of time, geography, and history in the kingdom of Tonga.

The Testament of Truth and the Last Prophecy

Terence. Balboa Press. $54.99 paper (276p), ISBN 978-1-5043-2213-3; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5043-2214-0


Terence attempts to explain why there is so much violence and confrontation in the world today.

The Two Sides of Being Single: A Biblical Perspective

Wayne Drayton. Christian Faith Publishing. $11.95 paper (70p), ISBN 978-1-64258-773-9

Amazon,, Christian Faith Publishing

This book is dedicated to single Christians who desire to maintain a single Christian life or seek God’s blessing.

Wave Expectations

Oliver Bee. Austin Macauley Publishers. $11.95 paper (182p), ISBN 978-1-3984-0989-7; $4.50 e-book, ISBN 978-1-3984-0990-3


Learning to surf led Bee to a love of the sport, but living the lifestyle unleashed something even lovelier for him—a long and lasting love for life.

Why Muslims Lagged Behind and Others Progressed

Nadeem M. Qureshi. Austin Macauley Publishers. $22.95 hardcover (126p), ISBN 978-1-3984-1282-8; $12.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-3984-1281-1


Muslims ruled much of the world for half a millennium. Then their empires faded away. This book examines the factors that led to their decline.


The Caterpillar and the Butterfly: A Story About the Power of Believing in Yourself

Michael Rosenblum, illus. by Polina Poluektova. Austin Macauley Publishers. $22.95 hardcover (34p), ISBN 978-1-3984-1972-8; $9.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-3984-1971-1


A caterpillar named Fear, who is afraid of everything, has a chance encounter with a wise butterfly named Faith, who helps Fear find courage and experience the world in a more joy-filled way.

Celia Has a Birthday/Es el cumpleaños de Celia: A English/Spanish Story for Children

John W. Coburn. AuthorHouse. $10.99 paper (72p), ISBN 978-1-6655-0384-6; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-6655-0383-9


This book aims to aid Spanish-speaking children in their pursuit of English and English-speaking children in their pursuit of Spanish, while drawing parents and children closer together.

A Christmas Miracle at Ground Zero

Judith M. Ackerman, illus. by Olivia Mantra. BookBaby. $24.95 hardcover (36p), ISBN 978-0-9980439-7-5; $14.95 paper, ISBN 978-0-9980439-6-8

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This story is written from the perspective of a family of mice who lived in the walls and tunnels of the Twin Towers.

Cyberbrain: Guardian Angel

Benoit Blanchard. FriesenPress. $35.99 hardcover (354p), ISBN 978-1-5255-4348-7; $25.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-5255-4349-4


This novel features a U.S. government plan to eradicate crime, a billionaire doctor’s sinister plot to expand mind control throughout America, and an ethical neurosurgeon whose purpose in life is to prevent Cyberbrain’s expansion outside the U.S.

The Dancing Butterflies

Gabriella Eva Nagy. Halo Publishing International. $12.95 paper (26p), ISBN 978-1-61244-792-6; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B088TVNNCF


In this book, butterflies voyage through fields of flowers and enchanted rainbows.


Marc Daniel Acriche. Dartfrog Books. $14.99 paper (254p), ISBN 978-1-7358161-0-4; $4.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-7358161-1-1

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When high school senior Casey Parker discovers one of her friends has been abducted, she vows to find out why and rescue her missing friend. The “why” leads her down a dangerous path.

Education of a Native Son

H. Richard Dozier. Westwood Books. $24.99 hardcover (542p), ISBN 978-0-595-74308-7; $17.99 paper, 978-1-64803-610-1


Thomas, a Black young man who grew up in Harlem, is accepted to a prestigious Ivy League university. In addition to adjusting to college life, he will soon learn the secret of his parents’ past, a past that could lead to the destruction of his family, friendships, and ultimately his life.

Freddie Finds His Shell

Daryl Baldwin. Austin Macauley Publishers. $12.95 paper (54p), ISBN 978-1-5289-0667-8; $4.50 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5289-5833-2


Freddie is a young tortoise who is desperate to fit in. He sets off on a quest to find his missing shell and finds friendship and self-acceptance.

Fynn and Mr. Wallace Meet the Buggingtons

Jenny Dillon. Austin Macauley Publishers. $8.95 paper (26p), ISBN 978-1-78710-735-9; $4.50 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5289-5275-0


Fynn and his best friend, Mr. Wallace, come upon strange little green people in their backyard.

Gabriel of Noah’s Ark

Patrick Acosta. URLink Print and Media. $18.99 paper (136p), ISBN 978-1-64367-939-6


Gabriel the lion never imagined receiving a task from God. This telling of the story of Noah’s ark weaves together interpretations from the Bible, Torah, and Koran.

Hello, Forever Home? It’s Me, Kona

Peggy Ducky. BookBaby. $10.99 paper (32p), ISBN 978-1-0983-6166-2; $2.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-0983-6167-9

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Kona has been adopted from the animal shelter. Will this be her forever home?

Honoring Anna

Douglas H. Hoff. Douglas H. Hoff Publishing. $16.99 paper (236p), ISBN 978-1-954168-53-4


This story follows three Norwegian immigrants circa 1900 on their journeys of love, courage, and honor.

Honoring Anna (The Winds of Time #2)

Douglas H. Hoff. Douglas H. Hoff Publishing. $16.99 paper (236p), ISBN 978-1-954168-57-2


Anna works her way across America, bringing her work ethic, honor, and love with her.

Jeremy’s Night-Time Adventure

Linda Boddison. Austin Macauley Publishers. $8.95 paper (26p), ISBN 978-1-3984-1778-6; $4.50 e-book, ISBN 978-1-3984-1779-3


Jeremy the spider keeps changing color on his nighttime walk. Will he discover the reason for it before he gets home?

Joe’s Alamo Unsung

Lewis E. Cook. GFPublishing. $14.99 paper (238p), ISBN 978-1-954168-76-3


Cook showcases the prowess of the volunteers who fought against thousands of soldiers to oppose General Lopez de Santa Anna’s reign of terror.

The Lion Hotel

Philip Jones. Austin Macauley Publishers. $20.95 hardcover (80p), ISBN 978-1-78823-138-1; $7.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-78823-136-7


This play combines history and humor to tell the story of a detective’s daughter who is wrongly accused of a crime.

Maisie Mae from Sunnyside Street

Stephanie Jane Markham, illus. by Graziella Miligi. IngramSpark. $17.99 hardcover (38p), ISBN 978-1-6662-9211-4; $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-578-91032-1

Maisie Mae and her friends from Sunnyside Street dream up new adventures.

McNelly’s Marvels! Chocolate Adventures with Cornelia McCheesecake

Suzie Griew, illus. by Graham Kennedy. Austin Macauley Publishers. $26.95 hardcover (34p), ISBN 978-1-5289-8670-0; $10.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-5289-8669-4


Cornelia McCheesecake, known to her friends as McNelly, is ready to take readers on her scrumptious adventures through her confectionery shop and factory.

Once There Was a Nothing

Annie Penland. Xlibris. $24.99 paper (54p), ISBN 978-1-7960-6608-1; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-7960-6607-4


This is the story of a boy who thought he was nothing until he made friends and helped others.

Peach and Plum

M. Johnson. 1072studio. $12.99 paper (252p), ISBN 978-0-578-61389-5; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B0915ZGKC8


This book features two BFFs, one mean-girl bully, and one school year at Maverick Elementary.

Stuart Duffelmeyer and the Masters of Plagues

Dewey B. Reynolds. Dewey B. Reynolds. $10.99 paper (318p), ISBN 978-1-7368403-0-6; $2.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-7368403-2-0, Amazon

Stuart Duffelmeyer finds the real powers behind a magical talisman and becomes a hero to those who have been bullied.

A Tale of Research: A Novice Exploring the World of Scientific Research

Seyed Hassan Saneii and Muhammed Hussein Mousavinasab. Austin Macauley Publishers. $8.95 paper (104p), ISBN 978-1-5289 9449-1; $4.50 e-book, ISBN 978-1-5289-9450-7


An educated young mother helps her children acquire original knowledge for themselves.

Vision: Going to the Next Level

Virgil C. Revish. ReadersMagnet. $7.10 paper (82p), ISBN 978-1-953616-66-1; $2.99 e-book, ASIN B08TSV6P45


Revish explains that everyone seeking success needs a vision and a plan in this academic success guide for students.

Who Am I? I Am

Donna Beaumont-Harding, illus. by Alexandria Harvey and Mathias Campillo. URLink Print & Media. $10.99 paper (44p), ISBN 978-1-64753-722-7

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Beaumont-Harding offers an enlightened child’s perspective on their connection to family, friends, and nature.