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Following the Yellow Arrow: Younger Pilgrims on the Camino

by Lynn K. Talbot & Andrew Talbot Squires

The Camino de Santiago, famous for a thousand years, has drawn pilgrims from all over the world. They have come to celebrate their religious faith, to cleanse their souls, to resolve tensions in their personal...


The Balkan Story

by M. I. Quandour

No European region in recent history has seen as much suffering and devastation as the Balkans, where all the terrible manifestations of man's inhumanity to man could be demonstrated, and sometimes televised...


Sailing with Strangers: A Story of Courage, Survival, and Living a Dream

by Charley Hester

In October, 2002 Charley Hester boarded a 46 foot sailboat with five people he had never met, for a 6 month, 15,000 mile voyage around South America by way of the Panama Canal, the Galapagos, Easter Island,...


Elements or Rock Climbing

by Robert Burbank

This book is aimed at the novice climber, the person who has rock climbed very little, or not at all.....and the climber who wants to climb better. It illustrates how to use your hands and feet to move up the...


The Sentinel and the Shooter

by Douglas W. Bonnot

Secret societies have existed for millennia; their purposes myriad. Generally, they are exclusive and require members to take an oath to keep their organization and activities secret. They possess guarded means...


Dream Hunter

by Edward S. Crozier

DREAM HUNTER is a series of recollections from the author's nearly fifty years of working with the National Wildlife Refuge System. They include his outdoor adventures and his experiences as a professional manager...


Rewire Your Brain, Rewire Your Life: A Handbook for Stroke Survivors & Their Caregivers

by Bob Guns

Breakthroughs in brain-imaging technology (CT scans, fMRIs, etc.) and pioneering brain research show the brain is still capable of learning and changing despite stroke or aging. Such findings give new hope for...


Center Point: Memories of a Family

by Jack Gardner

CENTER POINT is the portrait of a family, as chronicled in the reminiscences of the sons and daughters of John and Amy Gardner. It is the story of twelve children growing up during the Great Depression, of parents...


The Brand Medallion

by Steven J. Martin

Despite being smart, athletic, and likeable, fourteen-year-old Cael Brand prefers to move quietly through junior high in the shadows. But when his mother and only living parent, famed archeologist Dr. Eryn Brand,...


The Lust Garden

by Billy Jolie

With her perfectly tousled blonde hair and pink, pouty lips, Gianna Salvani is the girl everyone loves to hate. She has it all - fame, fortune and unrivaled beauty. But behind the seductive smile is an insecure...


Writing for Emotional Impact

by Karl Iglesias

There are three kinds of feelings when reading a story - boredom, interest, and WOW! To become a successful writer you must create the WOW! Feeling on as many pages as possible, and this requires writing that...


My Farmor: The Grandmother I Never Met

by Joanne Lagerstrom

Knowing little more than that all four of her grandparents were born in Sweden and then met and married in Chicago, Joanne set out to find out all she could about her father's mother who came to America alone...


The Ring of Union

by Miles Snyder

In the 1830s and '40s several families living in the mid-south move northward for a better life and to escape the evils of slavery. Matthew Miller escapes death in Nat Turner's 1831 Slave Rebellion in Virginia....


Song of the Ten Thousands

by Lan Yan

A young boy of mixed ancestry, abandoned by his parents, comes to live with his wildly eccentric aunt and uncle in rural Michigan. Despite the Anglo mother's insistence that the boy be raised "American," the...


Monarchism in America

by William B. B. Moody

Great Britain's American colonies thrived for more than 150 years under a limited monarchial form of government. When the United States gained its independence, all the major nations of the world were monarchies....


Stealing Tomorrow's Thunder

by Tony Thistlewood

There are large gaps in Rosalind Parsons' memory; empty spaces where times, events and places, should be: details of her marriage, of her husband's disappearance, of the abuse she suffered at the hands of her...


When the Time Is Ripe

by Tony Thistlewood

It is the turbulent summer of 1586 in England: Mary Queen of Scots is still a problem; Spain is threatening to invade; crops are rotting in the ground; Queen Elizabeth has yet to name an heir; and in Lincolnshire,...


Reflections on 30 Years of Teaching in East Harlem

by Gilbert M. Lane

Parents of elementary and junior high school students will embrace this book as a wonderful insight into what good education is all about. It paints vivid portraits of a variety of interesting and unforgettable...


Intimacy: The Magic of Her Presence

by John J. Sherwood

TWO LOVE STORIES IN ONE MAN'S LIFE. Is intimacy destiny or choice? To risk being known is to risk judgment, evaluation, rejection. Yes, also acceptance and validation, genuine emotional intimacy and love. Lansing...


The Circassian Trilogy

by M. I. Quandour

This series of historical novels is a story of a Caucasian nation (the Circassians) put into a story format beginning with the end of the 18th century (from 1780s) to the end of the twentieth century. It is...