1. Heather Paterno
  2. Andrew Puckey
  3. Linda Lee Rogers
  4. Linda Lee Rogers
  5. Dr. René Boyer
  1. Douglas A. Breeden
  2. Heleena McGee
  3. Geeta Harvey
  4. Roger H. Grummer
  5. Mary Jane Zakas

Book Videos

The Day I Died
The Day I Died: Brain Trauma and the Journey Back tells the story of a psychologist and registered nurse who had a massive, near-fatal injury while ski racing with her daughter. This is a riveting story about the trauma and healing of a brave and indomitable woman.
In this science fiction novel, two sisters of extraterrestrial origin must learn to work together to maintain the intergalactic balance between order and chaos.
In today’s global world it is important to teach your children the importance of diversity. In WizerBuddies: The Adventure of Making Friends, a wise old owl travels the world in order to experience the cultures and diversity of others. With simple, easy-to-read passages and vivid illustrations, Wizer’s adventure inspires young readers to be themselves and encourage others to do the same.
Lemoncella Cocktail
"Because of his troubled past, twenty-five-year-old Patrick Carter is determined to live a life without confrontation. A lifeguard by day and a bartender by night, he's content with his care-free daily routine, But one day, as he walks along the Ausable River on his way home, a cry for help makes him plunge into the river's strong current and pull fourteen-year-old Samantha McLeod to safety. Samantha, believed to be a witness to a massive weapons exchange, is marked to death by ruthless arms dealers-along with the man who saved her. "
All American
Following the trials and tribulations of a small group of teens at a Philadelphia high school, this young adult novel offers an intriguing ride through adolescence and urban youth culture.
I'm Back and with Revenge
Lillian Williams and her twin brother, Anthony, have been through thick and thin together, especially lately since Anthony has been the victim of bullying in their high school. But on the day she is prepared to surprise Anthony with an awesome eighteenth birthday present, Lily is the one who ends up receiving the biggest shock of her life when she opens the boys’ bathroom door and finds her brother’s body on the floor--
Future Man
Inspired by the findings of historical researcher Rainer Daehnhardt who, in 2005, was awarded “Top One Hundred Scientist 2005” by Cambridge, for his historical scientific research, namely his findings on the activities in Antarctica by the German of the 3rd Reich in the 1930/40s and the secret operations, led by allied forces - especially the U.S. - to find them, long after WWII was over.
Watch that Rat Hole
In Watch that Rat Hole, Campbell intertwines his personal journey with his unique observations as an investment newsletter editor witnessing the REIT Revolution-his rat hole. He tells how that casual assignment became a distinguished lifework in three areas: Writing, Investment banking, Managing money. Offering personal recollections of the world of real-estate investment, Watch that Rat Hole gives insight into REITs, this little-understood-but pivotal-area of business and finance
My Best Life
Sakie is a twenty-two pound eighteen year old historian, philosopher and dreamer known to her friends and family as a food aficionado. Sensitive, poignant and humorous, she hastens to write her autobiography in her last hours. With details of her escapades with her present family, she shares adventures of her three other lives and the lives of cats she meets that tell their stories as the protagonists that changed history.
Holding Her Hand
Holding Her Hand narrates a family saga that takes place in rural North Carolina when tobacco farms still ruled the South, when attending church on Sunday morning was the norm, not the exception and when most families were struggling to make it to middle-class status. Holding Her Hand narrates a family saga that takes place in rural North Carolina when tobacco farms still ruled the South, when attending church on Sunday morning was the norm, not the exception and when most families were struggling to make it to middle-class status.
The Valentine Children’s Summer Adventures
Dianne brings French out of the classroom and into the home. Relish in the rich imagery of memorable illustrations and use them to fix the French words and names in your head. Dianne turns a task of learning into an enjoyable experience.
Majestic Madness
Chenoweth shares a collection of poetry that intertwines her innermost thoughts and feelings with a distinctive style that culminates in unbridled expressions of joy and sorrow. Presented in alphabetical order, Chenoweth’s poems cover a gamut of emotions and experiences. From heartache and love to addiction and hope, she takes others on an exuberant journey from uncertainty to serenity where self-acceptance is rewarded and healing is encouraged.
The Belly Bug Bully
Have you ever been bitten by the belly bug bully? If you have, you know it’s a terrible time. Your body temperature rises and you run a fever. Your tummy hurts and grumbles and you can’t even eat. And you certainly cannot play. Sometimes the belly bug bully will get you even when you remember to wash your hands. That’s exactly what happens to the kid in this story.
Condos & Condoms
In her collection of short stories that are both poignant and amusing, Eva Alexander cleverly places diverse characters in front of everyday challenges that test their emotions, fortitude, and character.
Shadows of Us
In this compelling tale, several individuals caught up in money and power attempt to rise above their challenges during a time of change in America, only to be undermined by a waterfall of secrets.