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  • The Game of Wits

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    It was a game where the first move had been made before a key player had even been born. A game that the opponents did not even realize they were participating in. A game that stretched the mind with its complexity and duration, and rewarded the ...


  • Stolen Sweetheart

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    A month away from graduating high school, Blair must decide whether her boyfriend Jonathan is really the love of her life; will she pick him? Or follow her dreams of going to college and becoming an Event Planner? Jonathan is an unfaithful drug ...


  • Blind and Beautiful

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    Have you ever been in the dark and unable to see? You may have felt afraid, lost, or disoriented. Imagine being in complete darkness every day of your life and being expected to function normally. Jeanette is 16 years old and blind. Follow her ...


  • The Collective Uprising

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    Michael has been captured by the Clippers and brought to the evil Pruner who removes his internal clock and banishes him to a remote and desolate time-space reality. Weak and injured, Michael knows he needs to find help to stop the Pruner, not only ...


  • Smoke and Rain

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    Sixteen-year-old Bree wants to get out. Her family has moved, yet again, to a new town, but their problems have followed them to Kitimat. In an attempt to escape her manipulative and volatile father, Bree turns to pot and alcohol, but her stash is ...


  • Scars

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    In Zaphia’s life there are two kinds of scars. The ones you can see on the outside- like the visible line she has running down her arm- and the ones no one can see – like heartaches and heartbreaks, hurts and hardships. Zaphia knows she can count on ...


  • Daniel: Being Number 3

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    Number one is God. Number 2 is everyone else. Number 3 is you. Daniel said, “How about a prayer first?” Jerry got up, grabbed a blanket, sat down on the couch, and invited me to sit next to him. When prayer was over, I said to him, “Jerry, the thing ...


  • The Field Agent

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    Recruited as babies by a mysterious organization known as the Orphanage, sixteen-year-old twin brothers Bennet and Collin mean the world to each other, even though they’re complete opposites. Collin is training to be a field agent while Bennet is an ...


  • The First Traitor

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    Heading into his final year at the secret spy school known as the Orphanage, Bennet is hoping to get through to graduation with no hiccups. With the help of his classmate, Darcy, Bennet has moved on from the death of his brother, Collin, last fall. ...


  • Stealing the Lead

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    Morgan’s dream is to graduate high school and attend an elite dance school. After winning one national championship, that goal seems within reach. But when her dance partner moves away, Morgan loses all hope. Where will she find someone tall enough, ...