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  • What He Saw

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    When Ryan Sinclair is twelve, he sees something at the beach that he thinks might be a murder when he observes a man carrying a woman into the trees, but he isn't certain. He attempts to tell his mom about it, but doesn't want to upset her so he ...


  • Golden Ribbons

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    In the late 1800s of Scotland, a deadly coal mine explosion leaves seven children orphaned. Adolescents, Rachael and Todd, set out to find their individual paths in middle and upper class environments. Along the way they are met with jealousy, ...


  • Denver Aquarius

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    As America’s psychedelic sixties bled into the self-absorbed seventies, traditional churches, old psychological theories and political dogmas slid into disrepute. Natural cures, self-help books, and Eastern religions vied energetically to replace ...


  • The Boys of '63

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    The silence of the peaceful night is broken. Change is on it's way for Bobby and his friends of Wattinger, North Dakota. It is the summer of 1963 in a typical prairie town where the coming of age for teens presents the same challenges is in any ...


  • Sole Paddle

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    Sole Paddle speaks of solitude and relationships, of walking alone and in community—and of embracing the present and future as part of a team, but also, sometimes with a sole paddle. It tells the story of John Bear, a young man from the isolated ...


  • My Inner Elf

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    Move over Vampires; witches and other super natural beings. Make way for elves that can shape shift, cast spells. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a princess or an elf? What if you found someone you trusted betrayed your family? ...


  • Of Rags And Grades

    Struggle of One by

    Newly arrived in Kakuma Refugee Camp, adolescent Chelow has left much of his beloved family behind in South Sudan. With his brother and cousins for company, he gradually adjusts to the sometimes harsh camp life with good humour and a growing sense ...


  • Dust In The Wind

    Volume 1: The DeLaine Reynolds' Journey by

    A horrific, killer tornado rips through Wichita Falls in 1979, launching 12 year-old DeLaine Reynolds into adolescence. Living in a tiny 'rattle-trap trailer' with her abusive step-mother and step-brother and struggling with feelings of abandonment, ...


  • Life is a Dance, Step One

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    Life leaves a mark-a limp-a scar... in exchange for a song-a kiss-a star... Author, GreenBranch, aka Dorothy Phyllis Miller, writes this historical novel based on a true story in moving scenes depicting the life of a young woman born to an ...


  • The Tense Future of Miss Jane Fairfax

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    “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that—” Elariia slammed down her pen in disgust. How many wannabe writers had attempted to equal the deceptively gentle wit of Jane Austen’s memorable opening line to Pride and Prejudice? Young aspiring ...