San Francisco writer's multigenerational story of Russian Jewish immigrant family in twentieth-century America ranks high with Amazon readers.
CLARKSTON, Mich. - Dec. 5, 2018 - -- ,After years of handling square sails over salt water, James W. Barry has returned to his roots in the Great Lakes, with a nautical novel set in 1890's Michigan.
Brooklyn Author Brooks' New Teton Novel "Stories of the Mother Bear" A Life Journey Across the Miles
Unforgettable Meeting of N.Y.C.'s "Mountains and Hills" with Wyoming's To Be Released January 17th
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Now in its' 11th year, the Reader Views Literary Awards help level the playing field for self-published authors, allowing readers to recognize many of the most creative and exciting books outside the mainstream industry.
WASHINGTON - Dec. 2, 2018 - -- The Pasha's Garden is a heartfelt, beautifully-told, multicultural children's tale revealed through luxurious watercolor about the vital role insects play in gardening. — Set in an ancient kingdom in Khorasan, The Pasha...
Thriller Author, JT Patten releases his latest special operations and espionage novel from one of the country's safest cities.
Benny Moon Eats Dirt brings back tween hero Benny Moon helping kids learn from Native American wisdom
Benny Moon Eats Dirt follows Benny Moon as he competes in a national race, battles a bully, and faces his biggest challenge yet—a vision quest.