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New Releases – Self-Published Books

The Power of Seventy by Gerard Colenbrander

The Power of Seventy by Gerard ColenbranderThe Power of Seventy by Gerard Colenbrander is a fun and adventurous tale about discovering treasure in the Congo. Jaco, Ralph and Rusty are men in their seventies who have a reunion after a long absence. With the knowledge of treasure somewhere in the African jungle, the three men try and retrieve the treasure by land, sea, and sky, in creative and innovative ways, and prove that seventy is still young.…

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Wayfarers Highway by Peter Petrack

Wayfarers Highway by Peter PetrackWayfarers Highway by Peter Petrack is an intriguing and wildly entertaining novel following the life of Orson Gregory, a man who finds a magical gemstone hidden in a factory. He tells the story from a hospital bed about how he’s been on the run ever since – pursued by terrorists, bounty hunters, sinister forces, and more, who are all after the gemstone’s mystical power.…

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Danloria: The Secret Forest of Germania by Gloria D. Gonsalves

Danloria: The Secret Forest of Germania by Gloria D. GonsalvesDanloria: The Secret Forest of Germania by Gloria D. Gonsalves is a book for 4 to 7-year-olds about Stan who goes venturing into the forest and meets a magical collection of plants, mushrooms, and other fauna. In each meeting with the different plant-creatures, we learn about different plant’s properties (such as fern, moss, blackberry, and many others).…

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Wine Into Water: A Pastor Stephen Grant Novel by Ray Keating

Wine Into Water: A Pastor Stephen Grant NovelWine Into Water by Ray Keating finds Pastor Stephen Grant navigating the treacherous world of counterfeit winemaking. A student of wine himself back in his CIA days, Grant is tasked with uncovering a counterfeit ring, which also involves dead restaurateurs, as well as members of his investigative team.…

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Paroxysm Effect by Ashleigh Reynolds

Paroxysm Effect by Ashleigh ReynoldsFighting to survive in a world gone mad is a bold premise for any novel, particularly a dystopian one where the author is simultaneously required to world-build and deliver high-intensity action. In Paroxysm Effect, author Ashleigh Reynolds creates a utopian world of peace and prosperity, and then quickly destroys that façade, dropping her main character into a tangled plot of behavior-control chips that have suddenly ceased to function after 5 decades of dominion.…

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Tainted by Hate (T. D. Book 3) by Patrice M. Foster

Tainted by Hate (T. D. Book 3) by Patrice M. FosterTainted by Hate by Patrice M. Foster is a harrowing but important book about friendship, racism, drug abuse, self-cutting, and trying to rise above it all. Angela and Jessica are good friends, but Angela’s family comes between them, as Angela’s father is a virulent and abusive racist and forbids their relationship. …

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Bright Moon Ridge by Linus Treefoot

Bright Moon Ridge by Linus TreefootBright Moon Ridge by Linus Treefoot is a literary adventure about Johnny Bartooth who’s dropped a bombshell at 19-years-old – he learns, via a journal brought to him by an aging hippy, about the origin of his parents, who he’s never known.…

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Must be Relevant to Make Some Money by Dr. Phil Copeland

Must be Relevant to Make Some Money by Dr. Phil CopelandMust be Relevant to Make Some Money by Dr. Phil Copeland (“The Other Dr. Phil,” as it says on the cover) is a comprehensive guide outlining long-term planning for businesses, focusing on such important facets as leadership, innovation, sustainability, marketing strategy, and effective engagement with consumers.…

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