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New Releases – Self-Published Books

Punching Babies (A How-To Guide) by Adron J. Smitley

Provocatively titled, Punching Babies (A How-To Guide) by Adron J. SmitleyPunching Babies (a how-to guide) by Adron J. Smitley is a writer’s reference book that breaks down story structure creation in easy to understand parts and brings clarity to the story structuring process. With a no-nonsense way of explaining some complex concepts, Smitley walks the reader through the essential components of a literary work with real-world explanations and examples.…

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A Select Group by Blaine C. Readler

A Select Group by Blaine C. ReadlerCaleb signs up for a university study because, frankly, he has nothing better to do. He’s lost his girlfriend, lost his drive, and getting free room and board on top of a weekly stipend doesn’t sound too bad. When things start getting weird at orientation, he rolls with it.…

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Airliner Down by John Etzil

Airliner Down by John Etzil

Blending high-stakes action with realistic, engaging characters, author John Etzil delivers a gripping thriller in Airliner Down. Kevin McSorley, the charming off-duty pilot at the core of this story, is the one man who can save a jet with hundreds of people on board from crashing in the middle of the ocean.…

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Kilian: A Broken Prophecies Story by S.A. McClure

Kilian: A Broken Prophecies Story by S.A. McClure

The classic fantasy story of “unwitting hero discovers his much larger destiny” gets a new twist in Kilian: A Broken Prophecies Story by S.A. McClure.

Like so many heroes before him, Kilian Clearwater is a humble and unassuming hero that is forced into a world of magic, intrigue and danger that he never imagined before the opening pages of the novel.…

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Concussion Is Brain Injury: Treating the Neurons and Me by Shireen Jeejeebhoy

Concussion Is Brain Injury: Treating the Neurons and Me by Shireen JeejeebhoyCanadian author Shireen Jeejeebhoy recalls her years of seeking treatment, which is sometimes seemingly impossible to find, for a major concussion in Concussion Is Brain Injury: Treating the Neurons and Me.

For Jeejeebhoy, the immediate after-effects of a car accident – anxiety, pain, and fatigue – quickly multiplied and morphed in diverse, often frightening ways.…

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The Day Momma Made Me Dance by Patrice Shavone Brown

The Day Momma Made Me DanceThe Day Momma Made Me Dance by Patrice Shavone Brown is a children’s book that is intended to educate about the contentious topic of disciplining your child with violence.

This short book begins with some basic house rules as well as social etiquette for children, such as no running in the house and share while playing with others.…

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Humans: From Nothing to Now by Brett Ashcroft Harrison

Humans: From Nothing to Now

For readers hungering for a mind-expanding dip into new philosophical explorations, Humans: From Nothing to Now by Brett Ashcroft Harrison is an ideal read.

Delving into some of the most complex and stymying questions known to us, this book is not for the faint of heart, but it is also written in terms that anyone can understand.…

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Known Shippable, Will Not Fix by Roy W. Russell

Known Shippable, Will Not FixThe banal life of a Quality Tester takes a surreal turn in Known Shippable, Will Not Fix, a remarkably strange and entertaining novel by Roy W. Russell.

When everything you once thought of as reality is stripped away and shown to be nothing more than a bug-filled simulation, it can certainly make for a weird day.…

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