Chauncey’s Blood, A Hiram Robinett Novel of the Civil War

Chauncey's Blood Two young men from Athens County, Ohio enlist to fight for the Union Army. Enlisting in the First West Virginia Cavalry, they are...

ELEPHANT TEARDROPS: the unforeseen passage into homelessness

Reader Reviews for ELEPHANT TEARDROPS…   "…I just finished a brand new book, Elephant Teardrops by Donna Brenneis and I suggest you give it a look! ...

Crazy Chick Magnet

‘Crazy Chick Magnet ‘sees Xavior Zevon getting a rough start at life as a nerdy kid with awkward tendencies and a bowl haircut to boot. At...

Intoxicated by Amber – Book Review

Intoxicated by Amber an emotional and thought-provoking story written by Velda G. Myles to give readers an idea of how drug addictions can ruin...

Echoes in the Walls

An old house awakens long-forgotten dreams and the wheels of change are set in motion. This ridiculous but true story chronicles one family selling...

What The Hell Was I Thinking

The year is 1957. Stuck between post-WWII blues and the social revolution of the 60s. Emma can no longer wait for that special guy...

Dancing with the Ants

Experience a young expatriate family's miracles as their car's engine comes apart in the midst of a pride of lions. Follow a tribal war...

Sharecropping in North Louisiana: A Family’s Struggle Through the Great Depression

A family's history lives and dies according to the dedication of it's storyteller. Co-author Linda Duff Niemeir is one such historian, and with the...

Nazis & Nudists

Is history repeating itself? Like many baby boomers, David Haldane got swept into the turbulence of the late 1960s and early '70s, first as...

Blood Lust: Portrait of a Serial Sex Killer

In this riveting true crime book, "The Man Who Loved to Kill Women"--Dayton Leroy Rogers--was known in Portland, Oregon as a respected businessman and...

Readers Must Care about the Characters

Every story is feelings. Period. It doesn't matter who the characters are, readers must know what they are feeling throughout the story, and as...

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