by Michael Macleod / US United States

A fun, practical guide to surviving without your smartphone for 24 hours and loving life at the same time! With a smartphone in your hand you’re more connected, more productive and more entertained than ever before.
But…are you really? I mean really? Perhaps this constant convenience is limiting you in ways you don’t even realize.


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by Santosh Avvannavar / IN India

A physicist says ‘Biologically, love is a powerful neurological condition like hunger or thirst, only more permanent’. A psychotherapist says 'Love has many guises'. A philosopher says 'Love is a passionate commitment'. A romantic novelist says 'Love drives all great stories', A nun says 'Love is free yet binds us'. The authors try to find out what is love from the people who have experienced it.


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by Dana Goodman / CA Canada

In the Cleft Joy Comes in the Mourning is a journey of the heart. Dana Goodman shares, with raw honesty, her pain, her triumphs and the unshakable hope she placed in God after her husband, son and mother-in-law died of cancer. Dana peels back her protective layers to give her readers a glimpse of the inward journey of mourning and how leaning into the pain can lead to healing.


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by Tanya Lisle / CA Canada

Max wasn't planning on getting kidnapped. After an unusual day at school of mute goth kids, disappearing acid burns and the feeling of someone hunting for him, Max just wants to unwind at home. When a stranger appears in his room and abducts him, he witnesses the murder of his parents and becomes the prime suspect.


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by C.M. Skiera / US United States

In Dwim-Halloe, a new king declared magic evil, and outlawed its practice. This decree spawned a revolt by the resident spellcasters, which led to a bloody rebellion. With brutal force, the new King crushed the uprising. Eidryn and Elvar Lothyrn were born identical twins to teachers at Dwim-Halloe’s revered School of Magic.


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by Trina M. Ward / US United States

The Dozier School for Boys is more than a ghost story or fictitious story. There are real boys whose remains are still being recovered at this very instant. Boys who were murdered for whatever reason and some believe their spirits want their murder avenged. As with any story that is ongoing, we as the public may never fully understand nor get the whole story.


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by Edward V'Kanty / US United States

For the first time anywhere, Testament draws the reader into the New Yorke witch trials! Experience this 17th century horror first-hand and decide for yourself whether or not to condemn the accused for heresy and witchcraft. Testament is based on the trial of Ralph and Mary Hall, accused of practicing witchcraft and sorcery against the family of Ann Rogers.


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by Nadja Losbohm / DE Germany

Ada Pearce is an average young woman. She is 5’4” tall, overweight, and doesn’t play sports of any kind. Shortly after her 21st birthday a mysterious priest informs her of her destiny as a huntress. Ada doesn’t believe that story at first, but when she finds out that creatures of the night threaten the human population, she accepts her destiny, gives up her former life, and moves into the secret rooms of St. Mary’s Church ...


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by Dianne K. Bunnell / US United States

The Protest is a fictional memoir inspired by the real-life religious hijacking of the author’s daughters, ages 10 and 12. With the help of her schizophrenic sister’s insane insights, Janey Powers breaks away from her small town fundamentalist upbringing after being seduced by her minister and is building a new life for herself and her daughters in Washington.


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by Lawrence Winkler / CA Canada

Most remote islands of the imagination conjure up paradise. Japan is an archipelago of puzzlement. Most remote islands of the imagination conjure up paradise. The principle product of Nippon is mystery. Who are these people? How do they view themselves, and others? What makes them behave so well, and so badly? And why is Japan the weirdest place on Earth?


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