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Book: The Wind Rose (The Moon Singer Book 3) by B. Roman
In this third and final adventure, the prophecy of the Moon Singer is realized. But it all revolves around the answer to one question: Can music actually create and destroy life? If David, whose deafness still eludes treatment, cannot hear it, will he be able to tap into music's power to save the planet from catastrophe? Only if he is able to reunite the three sacred artifacts: the Singer [...]
 
Book: The Crystal Clipper (The Moon Singer Book 1) by B. Roman
Deaf teen David Nickerson's life is in crisis. His mother has died in a car crash and his sister Sally, now confined to a wheelchair, has mysteriously disappeared. Desperate to find her, David experiments with sacred crystals and accidentally conjures the supernatural ship, Moon Singer, which transports him through time and space on a fantastic, dangerous journey. The people David encounters all [...]
 
Book: The War Chamber (The Moon Singer Book 2) by B. Roman
David's Trial by Fire Awaits. The unwitting hero and captain of the mystical sailing ship, Moon Singer, has yet to learn that his deafness is his greatest gift. This "disability", along with his possession of three sacred artifacts: The Singer Crystal, The Rose Crystal and The Wind Rose Compass, bestow David the power to save the lives of everyone he loves. Yet he feels that all the miracles he [...]
 
Book: Ed's Journal - Bullying by Jordan Crowl
The book is about a boy named Ed that illustrates and writes in his journals. Each story is a character word that effects him or his friends. This book is about his best friend Jade getting Bullied at school and Ed and Corey trying to help. Jade is looking for the best way to handle the Bully and goes through three alternative paths. With each path different Jade needs to find the best way to [...]
 
Book: How To Diagnose Your Character - Using Psychology To Create an In-Depth Character by Joshua Hoyt
Take Your Characterization Skills To The Next Level! By following the guidelines in this book you will create powerful characters that readers will want to know more and more about. Praise for How to Diagnose Your Character: The League of Utah Writers Non-Fiction Winner of 2013 (Golden Quail award) "This book is absolutely fantastic for helping with fictional character development." - C - "This [...]
 
Book: Adytum by Guido
Adytum is the autobiography of a man born to deaf adults in an abusive home. Along with poverty, molestation, neglect, and abandonment, the anonymous author finds love, loyalty, and beauty in the experiences of his life. With a adult themes and a bit of dark humor, this inspirational memoir tells a story of life, of anger, of happiness, and of finding peace within.
 
Book: Ink~Blood~Fire by K. Baldwin and Lyra Ricci
When Piper decided that she needed a better life for her and her sister, she packed them up, took what money they had saved, and headed off the desperately depressing downward spiral of drugs, booze, and violence of the Reservation. They took off to see the world. Fate had plans for them after being helped on the road by the kindness of a stranger. Little did they know that the man named Flynn [...]
 
Book: Character Building Stories - Friendship Skills for Raising Happy Children + 75 Parenting Tips by Jean Tracy
Character Building Stories: Friendship Skills for Raising Happy Children + 75 Parenting Tips helps your kids get exactly what they want - FRIENDS. INSIDE: Download FREE Bonus Collections! . 20 Friendship Rhymes with friendship skills to motivate your child . 50 Social Skills with a weekly calendar promote progress - . 75 Parenting Tips for raising happy children with social skills - 5 STAR [...]
 
Book: Ed's Journal - Sportsmanship by Jordan Crowl
The book is part of a series of books and Sportsmanship is book 07. With a new girl at school named Katie starts giving Jade a hard time at the final out of the kickball game during recess. We find them both arguing over that final out. Ed, Corey and Jade find themselves in a situation that every kid finds themselves in. It comes down to you chosen the right path so Ed, Corey and Jade can have [...]
 
Book: Ickee Mushta by Sandy Graham
Handsome, charismatic, extroverted boy meets beautiful, deaf, introverted girl in this Young Adult novel. Together, they advance the world of texting but is it in a good or bad direction? Written a year and a half ago, Ickee finds himself immersed in political issues now pivotal in the 2016 U.S. election. Events have turned this fictional account frighteningly close to non-fiction.
 
Book: Catching the Light - Four women, four compelling short stories by Mary Grand
A compelling and heart warming set of four short stories by Mary Grand, author of 'Free to Be Tegan', which has over 90 reviews at amazon.co.uk, averaging 4.7 stars. The New Arrival Rachel has moved to the Isle of Wight determined to become invisible. Hiding a shameful secret she cultivates a 'cold polite smile as effective as an electric fence.' However, unexpectedly, into her life comes a [...]
 
Book: Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid - Michael Anderson's Fight For Life by Tremayne Moore
This book (DDBS for short) is reflective of my childhood sexual abuse. There's a twist in that this book addresses teenage suicide and how it affects people's attitudes today. The inspiration came from looking at the next generation and hearing multiple teenagers telling me they are abused and are punished because they spoke up about it. This book is aimed at teenagers, parents, counselors, [...]
 
Book: Haunted by Brynn Stein
When Lenard Blake is forced to leave his wife, he divorces not just her but her influential family, who makes it impossible for him to keep his job as a Denver police officer, never mind to find another one anywhere in Colorado. But a rural police force in Virginia has an opening, and the move could be just the change he needs, so Lenard buys a house based on an Internet ad. But when he arrives, [...]
 
Book: To Risk Extinction by Victoria Roberts-Siczak
What if you found not a cure, but a way to stop the spread of the HIV virus until a cure could be found? What if your overzealous Government ordered the production and distribution of this substance, even though you were not given adequate time for research and testing? What if this substance, once induced into a body, shut down not only all biological reproductive organs, but sexual libido as [...]
 
Book: Between Pieces by Paul Keene
Teenager Conor Kelman starts high school in a new town determined to make friends--the kind that set good examples. A small group of students with their own brand of bizarre behavior accepts him. He watches life from the outside as they take him on a roller coaster of parties, drinking, girls and tragedy. Can Gabbie, the pawnshop guitar and the ghost that came with her satisfy the hunger that [...]
 
Book: Paint Me A Picture by Patsy Collins
Mavis Forthright carefully rehearses her jump from Portsmouth's Round Tower. She's existed for over five decades. Lived hardly at all. Will end her misery with a few second's fall into the cold sea. Except she's not quite ready to die. A half day's delay to try a bacon sandwich from the cafe won't matter. Mother's no longer there to disapprove. She delays another day to lend Janice a book. Then a [...]
 
Book: Charlie's Odyssey by Lloyd J. Guillory
After four years of marriage, Charlie's wife informs him (over cocktails) that she likes girls better than boys., and wants a divorce. Quite shook up, he decides that he needs a change in his life and embarks on what turns out to be two odysseys instead of one. One ends up in stark tragedy for him and others, and the second ends up with a combination of love, pathos...and more.
 
Book: Extreme Change by Gary Beck
Extreme Change follows a young family, led by a strong woman, Beth, who leads them from decaying Detroit to N.Y.C. At first all goes well in a sub-let in the East Village. The landlord tries to get rid of them and when that fails, he sends an arsonist who burns their apartment. They have no friends or family and are forced into the horrors of the homeless system. Beth keeps her family intact, [...]
 
Book: My Favorite Character Defects by Ken Montrose
My Favorite Character Defects is the second book written by Addiction. Addiction describes character defects he uses to keep addicted people addicted. He challenges the reader to recognize his tricks and stop abusing whatever it is they abuse: "Hello, it's me again, Addiction. As I said in my last book, being me has gotten too easy. There's no challenge anymore to getting and keeping people [...]
 
Book: The Golf Island Siege by John Gallagher
The Golf Island Siege was first published in 2004 as a physical book but is now out of print. After publishing as an Ebook, Innocent Victims of Conflict, a sequel to The Golf Island Siege, it was requested by several readers that the author republish the Siege as an Ebook and so began the determinaton of the author to follow this up with his non fiction book Winning Golf and Poker's Mind Game. [...]
 
Book: Colossal - Issue #1 by Lennox McCaskill
Meridian is a city of many identities. For Detective Wreings, finding the identity of a killer is more than just his job, it's his distraction from the stresses off-the-clock. But as the detective's drive to solve the case leads him through the doors of Meridian Medical Center, he is steered towards a suspect that raises more questions than answers. The man in room 623 is just that. He can't [...]
 
Book: Things That Matter Most - Reflections by Don Hodge
Initially written as a series of articles by Don Hodge, 'Things That Matter Most: Reflections' recounts the author's life, experiences and the bold lessons he has learned along the way. With a separate chapter for each subject, Hodge's work is poised to empower spiritual and personal growth within readers from all walks of life. In 2013, Don Hodge commenced a unique yet empowering project; [...]
 
Book: Survive the Dawn (The Power of Three) by Megan Hogue
Alex has been a vampire for 342 years. Under the guidance of his vampire maker, Marcellus, the two of them have cut a swath of destruction and death across the globe for centuries. However, in the last few decades, Alex is no longer relishing the hunt as he once did. Kidnapping, torturing, and draining humans has long since lost its appeal and Alex dreams of the day when he finds his soul mate to [...]
 
Book: The Meanest January by Krissie Williams
Marley 's favorite aunt has passed away, leaving her with an antique store and home to care for in a lovely seaside town on Cape Cod. Olivia Wells is a mover and a shaker. Since her mother's unexpected death, she has traveled the world on covert missions for clients. Lane Church is a big city girl who decides she needs to change her ways. All three women are forced to put away past differences [...]
 
Book: Dawn's Revenge by LD Sledge
Dawn's Revenge is a thriller set in the New Orleans French Quarter. Jack Chandler, a struggling young lawyer who takes every case that comes in the door, learns that his housekeeper's beautiful teenage daughter has been brutally raped and murdered by a ring of child molesters. The powerful sheriff of Orleans Parish condones the crime and attempts to silence Jack, who seeks to get justice in spite [...]
 
Book: Eye of the North Wind by B.Y. Yan
Deep in the dunes a crippled son has come on the advice of his renowned father to earn into the illustrious Hundreds of the Wasteland King, before being robbed by an unhappy misunderstanding. But where a door closes a literal window of opportunity opens, and he soon finds himself accompanying his master in search of a missing army. The young monarch, however, knows nothing of his presence or [...]
 
Book: Command Influence by LD Sledge
Why will the Commanding General go to any length to convict Sergeant Nolan, even attempted murder? Young Army JAG officer Riggs McCall is appointed to defend the despicable Nolan who has been charged with raping his adopted teenage stepdaughter. Riggs knows the man is guilty, but carries out his duty as a lawyer to give it his best effort. The command appoints the wealthy, politically well placed [...]
 
Book: Behind the Ruins by Michael Lane
Grey has turned his back on the life of a raider. He's learned other ways to survive in a damaged world stripped of its technology. Late in life, he's made friends and a home - and buried his inner darkness in dreams. He's respected, known and trusted throughout the slowly-recovering valley he calls home. He should be happy, and he is. But a murderous chance meeting shows that others have dire [...]
 
Book: The Character Triangle Companion - A 30-Day Kick Start to An Even Better YOU! by Lorne Rubis
Can our CHARACTER be developed? Or are we born and stuck with it? In his 2011 book The Character Triangle, Lorne Rubis shared a breakthrough method of shaping our own character by practicing three distinct but interdependent values: Accountability (Do It Now!), Respect (Be Nice!) and Abundance (Give More!). His follow up, The Character Triangle Companion: A 30-Day Kick Start to an Even Better [...]
 
Book: Embassy (Recovery) by S. Alex Martin
Arman Lance was supposed to travel the galaxy with his father, not watch him die. He was supposed to experience the adventures from his father's stories, not isolate himself from the world. He was going to join the Embassy Program, fly across the galaxy, and find Ladia Purnell, a girl from another planet with whom he had a summer fling years before. Clinging to his fading hopes and dreams, Arman [...]
 
Book: Water and Dirt by Gene Stark
Successful New York businessman Rutherford "Runt" Hobbes ponders his past life; orphaned and crippled at birth he slogged through the essence of survival in rural Minnesota. Surrounded by a colloquial bunch of characters, embodied in Buck the curmudgeon bar-fly, happy-go-lucky Uncle Mike, and a role model for life in Aunt Dorothy, Runt learns to grapple with the mysteries and realities of life. [...]
 
Book: Humanly Speaking - Conversations with God by Linda Swift
Humanly Speaking, a book of prose poems, began with a poem titled "Invitation To Lunch." I had always felt a need to add a protest about the story of Mary and Martha. I understood that Jesus was emphasizing the need for us to put first things first and used Mary as the example of that. But there are other things that have to be taken care of and in my mind, Martha was just doing what had to be [...]
 
Book: The Fiduciary Delusion by John Molik
"Rather than justice for all, we are evolving into a system of justice for those who can afford it. We have banks that are not only too big to fail, but too big to be held accountable." -Joseph E. Stiglitz, Economist, winner of the Nobel Prize. A man's slow and terrifying ride into psychosis and his accidental discovery of a dastardly conspiracy to implode the world's financial system as a last [...]
 
Book: For Mac by Brynn Stein
Branson Farrell lost his parents when he was thirteen, and for the last ten years his brother, Mac, eight years his senior, has taken care of him. But Mac's love came at a price. Both brothers were raised to believe being gay was completely unacceptable, and Branson has almost convinced himself he can be what Mac expects. When he looks at a man in a bar and Mac notices, Mac drags him off in [...]
 
Book: Burden Of Blood (Blood Burden Series, #2) by Wenona Hulsey
Nicole Keenan is a police officer in a sleepy county town..content in her denial. She can hide her secret for only so long before an ancient grudge and the power hidden inside her burst to life. Dance with fierce warriors and Gothic fairies as southern tradition collides with Irish folklore. Nicole learns about love, heartbreak and The Burden Of Blood.
 
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