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  • Amadi Oha

    "The God of Thunder" by

    Do you ever wonder why natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, and other violent acts persist in the Western world? Amadi Oha knows why! According to Amadi Oha, the African God of Thunder, these calamities on the West are ...


  • Church Castle Corgis

    Book One - The Tales From Church Castle Corgis by

    Holly Brown thought that moving from New York to a small farm would be enough adventure. But when Holly purchased the farm, she got much more than she bargained for, including an array of farm animals and two magical corgis. After moving in to her ...


  • The Oaken Crucible

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    It is the late seventh century, and the world is a violent place, steeped in blood and legend as Viking merchants traverse the Black Sea and war against neighboring tribes. Near the turbulent waters of the ancient Slavuta River, a boy named Azurr is ...


  • The Princess of the Emerald Throne & Other Stories

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    Deeply troubled by suspicion and jealousy, a young man follows his wife to the enchanting land of a fairy princess: “The Princess of the Emerald Throne”. Then…. A saddler follows a little bird to the magnificent palace of “The Lady of Forty ...


  • Sagas & Sea Smoke

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    A young archeologist and her journalist friend join an eclectic mix of anthropologists descending on L'Anse aux Meadows, Canada, the only verified Viking encampment in North America and the planet's first UNESCO World Heritage Site. After ...


  • Akhenaten

    Pharaoh of Light by

    This book is a historical novel. It combines historical records with likely, but also speculative events and ideas, such as beliefs, love, family relations, leadership qualities or lack thereof, beliefs, conjugal and family ties among Egyptian ...


  • Aerion and the Sword of Heroes

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    "For I have seen this sword and fought beside one of the heroes of our age. He is a man who had the strength and courage to wield the Sword of Heroes." Cast down to earth from the ethereal den of the Norse gods came a weapon more powerful than all ...


  • Thus Speaks Mother Simorq

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    In this collection of short stories, we follow a Persian mythological bird woman, Mother Simorq, who appears in many stories as a wise woman or a nanny. We read about teenage girls experiencing their coming of age within authoritarian or ...


  • Thus Speaks Mother Simorq

    by

    In this collection of short stories, we follow a Persian mythological bird woman, Mother Simorq, who appears in many stories as a wise woman or a nanny. We read about teenage girls experiencing their coming of age within authoritarian or ...


  • The Fray

    by

    What is the fray? It is the point at which something becomes disheveled, or chaotic. When what we know, or what we thought we knew, is shattered. Set amid the natural beauty of Alaska’s coastal rain forest, the Fray tells a chilling tale of ancient ...