YA Fantasy – The Nameless Prince

The Nameless Prince
By Dominick Domingo
Paperback: 234 pages
Publisher: Twilight Times Books
Published: July 2012
ISBN: 9781606192436

Seth Bauman has issues. His Mom split ten years ago, right after his birth, and guardian Uncle Troy won’t discuss the past. Seth’s only friend is Mexican immigrant Elena, whom he must walk home from school through Silver Lake’s gang-ravaged streets. When Elena is abducted by local gang the Mayans, Seth has no choice but to follow the Boatman of the L.A. River into the sprawling network of sewers and metro tunnels concealing Mayan headquarters. To Seth the great labyrinth is a magical realm called \the Interior, whose residents immediately deem him the “-Nameless Prince of prophecy, sent to save them from peril.

To find Elena, Seth embarks on an odyssey of riddles and self-discovery. Only in Interia is it safe to discover the truth about his past, and the forgiveness that will set him free. In rescuing Elena he rescues his own innocence. In fulfilling prophecy by learning his name, Seth discovers the greatness that lies within.

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Women’s Fitness – I Don’t Want To Look Like A Man

I Don’t Want To Look Like A Man
By SA Young
Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: outskirts Press
Published: June 2011
ISBN: 9781432768423


I Don’t Want to Look Like a Man is a book written to address the attitudes that many women have towards fitness. Although this book was written with African American women as the subject matter, there are many concepts in this book that apply to women of all colors, in fact a lot of men could gain some benefit from this book as well. The author, Scott Young, who has been involved with sports, health, fitness and medicine for many years found a prevailing thought with quite a few women when he told them to include strength training into their fitness regimen and it’s the belief that pumping some iron will cause them to look like a body-builder. It is such a common belief that many women were quick to reply “I Don’t Want to Look Like a Man” even when the rationale for why in our current society we must strength train was provided to them.

The author also found other excuses and thought processes prevalent within the African American community such as “not wanting to sweat their hair out”, the reason why they are big is because they have big bones, real women have curves, “I’m a diva”, and “my man loves me big”. These excuses and other urban myths about health and wellness are explored.

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Children’s Book – Hero Finds His Path

Hero Finds His Path

By Susan Amundson
ISBN: 978-0-9828217-4-9
Pages: 32
Published: 2012

HERO FINDS HIS PATH is a true story about a Samoyed puppy. Hero is a confident young Show Puppy who thinks he knows his future. But when he experiences rejection a whole new path is discovered. Join Hero as he tells his own story of glory, rejection, and finding real happiness.

About The Author
Susan Amundson is the author of four other children’s titles, A Child’s Happy Heart, Free To Be Me the Eskimo Way, Mikey Makes The Team and Three Little Lambs…Somewhere. A Child’s Happy Heart, the first title in the Khobi Hero Series has stood the test of time and has now been transitioned into a classroom play by playwright Diane Purdy.

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