New Releases

New Releases – Self-Published Books

Not Fit For Human Consumption by A.P. Filosa, Psy.D.

Not Fit For Human Consumption by A.P. Filosa, PSY.D.Not Fit For Human Consumption: Triggered Traumatic Memories and the Violence Profile by licensed Clinical Psychologist A.P. Filosa focuses on the myriad problems that trigger our worst impulses, and how we can ultimately overcome them. Beginning with the claim that the book is the “CURE TO HUMANITY’S ILLS,” it’s a wide-reaching treatise that can help those suffering from traumatic experiences, and especially those prone to violent impulses.…

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The Covens of Elmeeria by Miguel Lopez de Leon

The Covens of Elmeeria by Miguel Lopez de LeonElmeeria is a place of magic and wonder, and for now it’s in a delicate balance. The garden kingdom enjoys a prosperous existence, yet must guard itself against threats from beyond the great wall and from those that may infiltrate them at any moment: witches.…

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Return to Mateguas Island by Linda Watkins

Return to Mateguas Island by Linda WatkinsIn Mateguas Island, the first novel in this series, Bill Anderson mysteriously drowns (or did he?) after moving his family to the idyllic locale, but Mateguas Island turns out to be rife with magic and the specter of ancient rituals.…

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Beato Goes to Israel by Sucheta Rawal

Beato Goes to Israel by Sucheta RawalBeato Goes to Israel by Sucheta Rawal is the second in the series of “Beat Goes to” books – the other books taking him to Greenland and Indonesia – featuring a globetrotting cat and his adventures. Here Beato travels throughout Israel with a girl named Helena who teaches Beato about the country’s history, culture, religion, food, and more.…

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In the Fullness of Time by Katherine P. Stillerman

In the Fullness of Time by Katherine P. StillermanIn the Fullness of Time by Katherine P. Stillerman is an inspiring work of historical fiction, and the sequel to Stillerman’s eloquent first novel, Hattie’s Place. In the first novel, Hattie tries to make her way through early 1900s South Carolina, dealing with sexism, and especially children’s rights, or lack thereof in the early century.…

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Crossed Lines by J.T. Marsh

Crossed Lines by J.T. MarshCrossed Lines by J.T. Marsh is a bold romance about a familiar, and controversial, relationship – the male high school student and his older female teacher. Seventeen-year-old Keith has a relationship with a Spanish teacher twice his age. When they meet up again ten years later, their present entanglements make their relationship all the more difficult, and soon realize their love and obsession comes with a dangerous price.…

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First Person: Supernatural Interviews by Okisha Jackson

First Person: Supernatural Interviews by Okisha JacksonFirst Person: Supernatural Interviews by Okisha Jackson is a collection of religious poetry focused on a number of different themes, such as “Vanity,” “Love,” “Insecurity,” “Pride,” and others. Poems are told in the first person from the perspective of the theme, or the author, and followed by corresponding scripture.…

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Magical Eyes: Dawn of the Sand by Jessica D’Agostini

Magical Eyes: Dawn of the SandPrincess Martina lives in the kingdom of Brightalia where magic is forbidden, yet she’s gifted with magical abilities. Her secret might be safe, except her brother has it out for her. When tragedy befalls the royal palace, the princess might need to reconcile with her brother in order to save the kingdom, only he has sinister intentions of his own.…

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