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Comment by COS Productions on November 13, 2014 at 4:15pm

Japanese organizational consultant Marie Kondo takes tidying to a new level, promising that decluttering using her method will change your life. With detailed guidance, this quirky little manual from Japan’s newest lifestyle phenomenon will help readers clear their junk and enjoy the unique magic of a tidy home.Find out more at Non-fiction/Self-Help

Comment by Sheila English on September 14, 2016 at 8:30am

Wild Cards the Universe and High Stakes the Novel with George R R Martin Edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author George R. R. Martin, High Stakes features the writing talents of Melinda M. Snodgrass, John Jos. Miller, David Anthony Durham, Caroline Spector, Stephen Leigh, and Ian Tregillis. Perfect for old fans and new readers alike, High Stakes (Wild Cards) delves deeper into the world of aces, jokers, and the hard-boiled men and women of the Fort Freak police precinct in a pulpy, page-turning novel of superheroics and Lovecraftian horror. Wild Cards is a universe of super powers (Aces) and unfortunates (Jokers) made when an alien virus kills 90% of Earth’s population at the end of WWII, leaving 1% Aces and 9% Jokers. Now in modern day, this universe rivals others like DC and Marvel. Just picked up for television! Find out more at Fantasy, author interview

Comment by Sheila English on October 29, 2016 at 3:27pm

Perfect for old fans and new readers alike, High Stakes (Wild Cards) delves deeper into the world of aces, jokers, and the hard-boiled men and women of the Fort Freak police precinct in a pulpy, page-turning novel of superheroics and Lovecraftian horror.

Find out more at Fantasy/Scifi/Comic book

Comment by wayne miller on January 2, 2018 at 8:44am

A speaker for student or adult audiences, Joan Marie Galat delivers talks (in person or via
Skype) based on her award-winning books. She promotes literacy, science, dark skies, and
environmental appreciation. Joan encourages writers with talks on publishing and motivates
with keynotes based on her book: Give Yourself a Pep Talk. Find out more at Non-fiction/business/teaching/parents

Comment by wayne miller on April 5, 2018 at 10:47am

Chris Childs is an unusually talented young man. A post-doctoral fellow at a prestigious medical center near San Francisco, he is also a gifted musician. It is his music that attracts Erin Leahy to him. The attraction is mutual and powerful. But the man who introduces them was a former rival of Chris and when he learns that he has been replaced in Erin’s affection, he is furious. In retaliation he entices her to try a new experience, which she learns, too late, is heroin. Horrified at first, she succumbs and becomes addicted, unaware of the reason for her unusual susceptibility. She is able to hide her addiction from Chris until she accidentally overdoses and has to be hospitalized. After her release, a struggle is waged between the power of opiate addiction and the medical knowledge that guides its treatment. When Erin relapses and flees, Chris must seek the guidance of a wise man, a pioneer in the use of methadone in the treatment of heroin addiction. The stakes in this struggle could not be higher. Even a momentary lapse may be fatal. The story is a retelling of the ancient legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in the context of a very current, complex, social and medical problem. Drama

Comment by wayne miller on August 6, 2018 at 9:50pm

The present volume offers a new approach in the quest to discover the truth about nature. The main idea is to proceed, not by way of observation, but rationally by working out the implications of a formal signature of the world’s existence, an algebraic form called the Law of Laws. Find out more at http:/ Non-fiction, philosophy, metaphysics

Comment by wayne miller on August 14, 2018 at 11:11pm

Michael Dahl Presents is a new series of scary, funny and adventurous stories curated by best-selling children’s author Michael Dahl. Michael has found some of his favorite authors to write the best books for elementary school readers to keep them engaged and wanting more. Find our more at and Children’s books

Comment by wayne miller on November 15, 2018 at 4:34pm

Author Jeffery Trees shares a heartrending story of his experiences of learning that his first wife has repressed memories of being an incest victim. Find out more at non-fiction

Comment by wayne miller on January 3, 2019 at 5:15pm

Follow a little boy who through adversity leaves behind his boyhood dream. He grows into a man and shares his childhood aspiration with his own little boy in this story that imparts a life lesson to inspire all. Open the pages of “The Greatest”, a little book with a big message, a tale of love between father and son. Find out more at


Comment by wayne miller on February 6, 2019 at 10:56am

The workbook addresses several concepts and starts with the prevention of relapse. The major part of the workbook is how to develop support systems for maintaining recovery that contribute to successful recovery. The text shows many elements that contribute to addiction. It goes into detail about the genetic aspects of addiction. There is also a segment of how executive functioning of the brain can get impaired with addiction that compromises judgment, impulse control, and the ability to organize. But these impairments can be temporary with practicing having good judgment and impulse control, since new neuropathways can develop with exercising these functions. The stages of recovery and change are reviewed as well as the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. One chapter is dedicated to powerlessness and unmanageability. At the end of each chapter, there are references for the reader to consult that have been used for the content of the workbook chapters. Find out more at Non-fiction, self-help


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