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New Releases – Self-Published Books

With Artistic License by S.W. Clemens

With Artistic License by S.W. ClemensWith Artistic License by S.W. Clemens is an entertaining mix of romance and social satire.

Commonly in female-driven romantic fiction, the heroine “has it all.” Here the roles are reversed: Curtis Cooke, our protagonist, has a high-powered job, a beautiful wife, and an American Dream homestead – until this all comes crashing down.…

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Find Your Voice As a Leader by Paul N. Larsen

Find Your Voice As a Leader by Paul LarsenFind Your VOICE As a Leader by Paul N. Larsen provides concise, clear and valuable leadership advice.

Without wasting a single word, Paul Larsen delivers a stellar guide to identifying and harnessing your personal skills as a leader, with wisdom that is applicable to a wide variety of power positions.  …

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Light at Play by Rachelle Thimote, Illustrated by Gary Wein

Light at Play by Rachelle Thimote Instilling wisdom and progressive thought at an early age is incredibly important, and this sort of profound message can come in may forms – from the most fundamental visual message to deep, meaningful advice. Within the pages of Light at Play: Foundations for positive self-image and self-esteem, Rachelle Thimote touches on the basic themes that drive creativity, mental development, alternative thought, happiness, kindness and cognitive flexibility in children.…

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Mind Vs. Matter by Konrad Koenigsmann

Mind Vs. Matter by Konrad KoenigsmannMind Vs. Matter by Konrad Koenigsmann takes place in the year 2067 – post World War III when the world has now been divided into separate empires, which hasn’t exactly fixed the world situation. A shadowy organization called the Tyrannei, led by the despotic Karl von Liebnitz is bent on taking over the world.…

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The Air Force’s Black Ceiling by Ivan Thompson

The Air Force's Black Curtain by Ivan ThompsonThe basic premise of The Air Force’s Black Ceiling is startling all by itself – that there is systemically programmed racism in the United States Air Force that keeps African-American servicemen from rising in the ranks. With this as the stated phenomenon that the author is seeking to explore, Ivan Thompson delves deeply into the history of this particular military branch, attempting to find an explanation or origin of this measurable truth present in the Air Force.…

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Elephant Walk (The Brigandshaw Chronicles Book 2) by Peter Rimmer

 Elephant Walk (The Brigandshaw Chronicles Book 2) by Peter RimmerElephant Walk (The Brigandshaw Chronicles Book 2) by Peter Rimmer is a rich and entertaining work of historical fiction set in England and Africa. Beginning at the onset of World War I (whereas Book 1 was set in the tail end of the nineteenth century), Elephant Walk finds Harry Brigandshaw settled in the Dorset countryside after graduating Oxford when he receives a telegram, which brings him back to Africa.…

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Bullet in the Blue Sky by Bill Larkin

 Bullet in the Blue Sky by Bill LarkinBullet in the Blue Sky by Bill Larkin is set after a huge earthquake decimates Los Angeles. A group of police officers, FBI, and Army personnel search through the city ruins for Detective Gavin Shaw. No one is quite aware of just what makes Gavin Shaw so important, and they have to navigate a city rife with looting, murders, and other dangers to continue with the rescue.…

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Nuclear Heat (The Firework Girls Book 4) by J.L. White

Nuclear Heat (Firework Girls Book 4) by J.L. WhiteThey’re the Firework Girls — a group of beautiful, fiery, sometimes explosive women. Sam is the last one of the last of her friends without a man. It’s not a bad deal. There’s a lot more going on in her life than men, and to tell the truth, she’s never had a problem getting some when she feels like it.…

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