Travel is becoming easier and in some instances cheaper. People can go anywhere in the world from anytime in a day. The problems arise when people do not have a plan, check situations, and are not prepared for the travel. This book gives tips and tricks for travel focusing on safety concerns, money saving tips,… Read More
Barry R. Sweet, a former Associated Press photo-journalist, presents this visual time capsule from the late 1960’s through four decades. Many of his photos from thousands of news events in the Pacific Northwest and beyond are well-known and recognizable. Through his viewfinder, Sweet witnessed momentous occasions, random tragedies, and a range of human emotions grief,… Read More
One woman’s humorous account of her experiences with dating older men.
Writers George Smitts and Steve Simon celebrate the publication of their latest book, “A Life of Crime” by taking their wives on a cruise to Alaska. Their dream vacation turns sour when a stalker begins killing passengers on the luxury liner. George and Steve soon realize that the killer is targeting their new friends casting… Read More
The Chapel of Eternal Love: Wedding Stories from Las Vegas
Growing up was not easy for me; I had to understand and accept that I am gay. If that was not difficult enough for me, I was also very hyperactive. I drove my mother mad with my temper tantrums, mood swings, screaming, yelling, misbehaving, and whatever I could think of. I came to terms with… Read More
The BabyBird Guide to Stress Disorders: A Healing Path for PTSD is a brief, yet informative book intended for anyone who either thinks they have, or has someone they love who might have, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The book, written by Dr. Heather Silvio, a licensed clinical psychologist, and veteran, currently working for the US… Read More
A condo complex is plagued by an unusual number of deaths. Research shows that one company, RKA has purchased each of the units weeks before the owner dies. The last owner’s parrot is the unlikely witness who helps to capture the culprit.
Murder and greed compel Caitlin wise and her cousin Neil Randolph to plot against socialite Martha Randolph for her millions. They plot against each other. Missy Randolph, Neil’s mentally challenged sister is tricked into killing her mother. Science and time cure Missy and she is able to point to the person who manipulated her.
Alan “Nick” Nichols is living the Great Las Vegas Dream. An executive at Las Vegas’ biggest advertising agency, he has a fine home and family. Just as midlife rumblings of discontent are beginning to settle in, Nick suddenly hits the jackpot. Not in the lottery or at a slot machine, but by buying a Bigg… Read More
Beyond the Abyss: Tales of the Supernatural brings readers on a wild ride through short stories and poetry ranging across the supernatural realm, including alien abductions and alien invasions, life after death, demonic possession, and epic battles between good and evil. With ten short stories and seven poems, each piece both entertains and challenges the… Read More
Kids and Family History is a book for adults, but is filled with ideas for engaging children in family genealogy and history. We send our children to school to learn. As people of faith we take our children to church or synagogue. Why should our passion for family history be any different? Kids and Family… Read More
Preston Nesbitt is a 16-year-old “memory prodigy,” with a rare form of Asperger’s Syndrome, confined to a Portland, Oregon mental hospital for refusing to admit his participation in a viral YouTube video–showing him being struck by a car that appears to pass through him. Written in the form of a journal assigned by his therapist,… Read More
Detective Brad Gilmore has dealt with his fair share of homicides, but he’s about to face the biggest challenge of his career. What he expects to be a straightforward murder investigation turns into anything but. Yet with all evidence pointing to Alison, he’s under pressure to wrap things up quickly.
Miss Madeira is the story of an Old Maid schoolteacher in the first half of the 20th century. No one knew the shocking secrets of her home lifeonly that she was a brilliant but formidable teacher, who produced several generations of students forever known as Madeiras Kids. Torn between her love for a woman who… Read More