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  • A Question of Intent

    Child Abuse and the Justice System by

    A Question Of Intent is the true story of a little girl’s dismal life and the events that followed her tragic death. The author had access to the transcripts of the Preliminary Inquiry and the subsequent Trial and Appeals, and many related ...


  • Becoming Unruly

    Conversations on Change from the Classroom to the Boardroom by

    Becoming Unruly is practical and personable, and unlike any self-help book you have read before—there’s nothing “new-agey” going on here! This is self-improvement on steroids: action-oriented and no-holds-barred. Becoming Unruly describes a ...


  • Scandal, Heartbreak, and Deceit

    One Woman's Experience with Online Dating by

    Reeling from the sudden, shattering implosion of her twenty-eight-year marriage, single mother and health care professional Elizabeth Mahoney turns to online dating sites in hopes of finding a way to heal and move ahead with her life. Instead, she ...


  • Sincere Condolences

    What to Say When You Don't Know What to Say by

    A PRACTICAL GUIDE on how to respond to other people’s Grief and Tragic Loss. Written from the author’s personal experiences after her husband’s death by suicide this book provides advice and encouragement to anyone wanting to provide truly ...


  • Happily Ever After

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    Become the best version of YOU that you can be. Rain had a lot of boyfriends. None of them felt like The One. That is, until she met MJ. He was everything she thought she desired—finally, someone who really saw her, who doted on her, who was in her ...


  • Launching Solo

    The First Year of Single People’s Retirement by

    Contrary to simplistic portrayals of either blissful relaxation or bewildered depression, adjusting to retirement is every bit as complex and ambiguous as life’s other transitions. In Launching Solo, six retirees describe what actually happened ...


  • Part Truths

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    Dawn thinks that her mother, Irene, hates her. She is not sure why, or what she did, but this is the only explanation that she can think of for how her mother has always treated her… And so begins the story of a child’s life with a mother who ...


  • Life Stories

    Love and Romance by

    A collection of poignant, touching poems and quotes about love, family, and American life, infused with faith and prayers of gratitude for God’s blessings. Dwight takes on universal themes such as marriage, friendship, parenthood, farming, and even ...


  • Epistles to the Pope

    A Personal History of Perilous Priestcraft by

    In this poignant memoir, Daryl Verville gives an honest and harrowing victim-impact statement told through powerful letters to the Pope. His father was sexually and physically abused for years in the residential school system implemented by the ...


  • Kismet

    And the Universe Unfolds as it Should by

    Edith, the only child of a Dutch military man and his young, German-born wife, is born in the Dutch colony of Indonesia. A happy childhood gets interrupted by WWII, during which her parents are captured and interned in separate camps. Little Edie is ...