Religious Fiction – Crimilia

Crimilia
Author: Meredith Leigh Burton
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 978-161739-981-7
Pages: 196
Published: May 2011

A benevolent baker … a diabolical queen … an ancient prophecy … and a secret strength that can only be found in two very special people.

Hannah Wilkins is bitter. In addition to being teased at school about her weight, she has now been struck blind in a terrible accident, causing her to lose all sense of normalcy and her tight-knit family. She struggles through everyday, each seeming to grow worse than the last, until one fateful morning when her bus hits a deer and the resulting jolt sends her flying into another universe.

Brandon Pringle struggles everyday to fit in and function like the rest of the children at his school. Afflicted by a debilitating limp, he doesn’t seem to be of use to anyone. When he is thrown from the school bus and lands on an unfamiliar riverbank, everything he knows about himself is completely overturned.

Tossed together in the unfamiliar and turbulent land of Crimilia, Hannah and Brandon must fight there way through the unfamiliar landscapes of jealousy, greed, temptation and hate in order to help restore peace to a land run by a tyrant. With the help of a few friends, and through the goodness of a kindly baker named Jamal, they might just succeed in freeing the citizens of Crimilia from the ruthless Queen Salak. Join author Meredith Burton for an unforgettable tale of faith, friendship and perseverance in the land of Crimilia.

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Memoir – Haloman: A Memoir of Survival Against All Medical Odds

Haloman: A Memoir of Survival Against All Medical Odds
Author: Alan Goodfried
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1460922187
Pages: 197
Published: April 2011

Haloman: A Memoir of Survival Against All Medical Odds tells the story of a man who wakes up in the hospital after eight days of being in a medically induced coma. He neither has memory of falling and breaking his neck nor of the risky and life threatening neck surgery that followed. No stranger to medical adversity, his discovery of what’s happened to him is the beginning of his struggle – against all medical odds – to insure that his life isn’t shattered by this traumatic injury.

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Children – The Mommy Store

The Mommy Store
Author: Caroline Bryan
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
ISBN: 978-1439249444
Pages: 29
Published: October 2009

If you could pick out any kind of Mommy, which one would you pick? In this delightful story you are invited to come along with Oliver as he takes a few trips to The Mommy Store to pick out the perfect Mommy. The job of picking a Mommy is hard work, and Oliver soon discovers it is not easy to find just the right one. Luckily for Oliver, The Mommy Store has a liberal return policy! Through a process of trial and error, Oliver learns that what you wish for and what you really need can be two very different things. The Mommy Store is a classic fable that people of all ages will enjoy reading again and again.

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Science Fiction – Sign of the Anasazi

Sign of the Anasazi
Author: Marc Lieberman
Publisher: Emerald Book Company
ISBN: 978-1-934572-12-2
Pages: 236
Published: May 2009

When Dr. Marcus Aaron, a brilliant linguist, steals an alien shuttle from the U.S. government, it triggers a series of events that could potentially threaten the entire universe.

In this riveting novel, author Marc Lieberman weaves an action-packed tale of supernatural suspense firmly rooted in the enchanted land of New Mexico. As Dr. Aaron deciphers the aliens’ language and begins using their technology here on earth, a renegade FBI agent kidnaps the doctor’s grandchildren and does everything else in his power to recapture the alien property. With the help of a former Navy SEAL, a good-hearted internist, and a couple of grizzly bears, Dr. Aaron and his daughter visit an underground empire inhabited by the lost tribe of the Anasazi as they struggle to save their family and escape to the far reaches of the galaxy.

Combining modern science, mystical intrigue, and the wisdom of the ancients, Sign of the Anasazi is fast-paced adventure on a mythic scale. Look for the second installment of the series in which, once again, it is up to Dov, Thomas, Mariah, and their ragtag band of volunteers to prevent villains bent on destruction from achieving their aims.

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Memoir – Georgia Justice

Georgia Justice
Author: Jackie Carpenter
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781612155579
Pages: 157
Published: January 2011

What happens when a good person who serves God as a Bible teacher and church organist is struck by a tragedy and assaulted daily by Satan? What happens when you turn to God but cannot hear Him speak? What happens when you pray for a miracle and nothing happens? What happens when a person of faith discovers she lacks the faith to overcome tragedy?

Georgia Justice: A Journey of Faith is a true story of the author’s journey beginning with the belief she had a lot of faith to the stunning realization that the faith she had did not even begin to measure up to where it needed to be when tragedy struck. Jackie Carpenter realized that when her son’s arrest for felony murder turned her life upside down and the faith she relied upon was not turning her right-side up!

Every day and night after her son was falsely charged with felony murder, the author was assaulted by Satan who created fear, doubt, terror, nightmares and daymares, and deep depression. Only in her prayer closet could Jackie Carpenter find peace and faith and pointers on how to build her faith.

Georgia Justice then becomes a story of faith-building – a how to guide of what it takes to escape from the tightening grips of doubt and depression and begin the journey to renewed and strengthened faith, hope, and ultimate victory. Georgia Justice is a book everyone should read, believers and non-believers alike, those facing a tragedy now and those who have no idea a tragedy lies ahead in their tomorrows.

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Children’s Book – My Name is Cosmos, I Live in Alaska

My Name is Cosmos, I Live in Alaska
Author: David W Weatherholt
Publisher: Weatherholt & Associates, LLC
Paperback ISBN: 978-0982304136
Hardcover ISBN: 978-0-982304129
Pages: 48
Published: January 2011

As an Alaskan, David W. Weatherholt is reminded daily of the beautiful, rustic landscape of his surroundings. His children’s book, “My Name is Cosmos, I Live in Alaska: The Story of a Cowboy Dog’s Trip to the Last Frontier, not only boasts the natural wonders of Alaska, it also entertains young readers with a heartwarming canine named Cosmos. When David’s dog dies, he knows that another one could never replace his beloved pet. A new pet would certainly help him feel less lonely, however, so David decides to call his sister Sharon to help him in the search. She discovers the perfect dog—a mixed-breed puppy bred to herd cattle that somehow ended up in Alaska. The puppy, named Cosmos, shares his adventures of flying on a small airplane with young readers. After a long flight on an even bigger plane, Cosmos arrives in Anchorage and meets his new owner, Dave, and his daughter, Jennifer. The puppy explains to readers just what life is like in his new home with a new family on the last frontier.

“Everyone who lives in Alaska has a great story behind how they came to live here,” says Weatherholt. “The same is true for my own dog, Cosmos.” Weatherholt aims to engage younger audiences with this tale of the natural wonders of Alaska as seen through Cosmo’s eyes. “My Name is Cosmos, I Live in Alaska: The Story of a Cowboy Dog’s Trip to the Last Frontier” is available for sale online at Amazon and other channels.

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