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Pat Jocelyn, a journalist with many talents. is now the editor of Village Neighbors, a "neighborhood" magazine with a readership of nearly 100,000 in a series of villages covering a three-county area in Florida. The Villages started as a tiny... more

Jenny D. Beard's Higher Up The Mountain draws details from her family's genealogy, from personal memories of her grandfather's farm and from her own passion for living in the country and in small towns. A powerful folksy saga... more

The D-Day invasion of Europe at Normandy by the allies during World War II took place 69 years ago on June 6, 1944--a day that has been referred to as "The Longest Day." "Some Wounds Never Heal. "Knockin' on Heaven's Door: A True... more

Mark Newhouse was born in Germany after losing most of his family in the Nazi Holocaust. His parents survived and immigrated to America without money and without speaking any English. He credits the American public school system for... more

Join author Paul D. Jackson, Jr. in If A Frog Had Wings as he reflects on how his life experiences from childhood to adulthood had prepared him for the fight of his life. Share in the humor, heartbreak and steadfast stubbornness in Paul's love... more

This collection by Lois Podoshen answers life's burning questions: ?If you can't whistle ‘Dixie' and your spouse flunked clarinet, are viola lessons for your child really a good investment? ?How can a middle-aged woman with a... more

L.W. Lewis had his first children's poetry book published in 2003 titled Why Do Flies Eat Doggie Poop. This success encouraged him to follow up with Poodles, Tigers, Monsters & You in 2005 and the award-winning book The Tickle Tree... more

Anna Massengill's stand-alone spy novels, Storm Over Guantanamo and Dominos of Deception follow the adventures of a unique team of men and women who seek a terrorist bent on the destruction of military and civilian... more

Author's Beat presents Susan Boyd, formerly with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). Her last post of duty was Boston, Massachusetts, the backdrop to Secrets of the Charles. In addition to that book,... more

Ray Moore, a native of Nottingham, England, is now a resident of Florida. His first book was a critical introduction to The Stranger by Albert Camus, as well as a book that initiates the reader with the works of Geoffrey Chaucer, author of The... more

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