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JULY 2022 . Issue No. 14
by Tom Boles
Brad Willis is an unlikely investigator, and an even less likely spy.
He is a scientist, not a hero, but when it comes to finding technical solutions, there is none better. That’s how MI6 uses him; that’s how he lands himself in trouble. Members of the scientific community around the world are being systematically murdered, and for no obvious reason. Who is killing them and why?
That is until Willis uncovers a mystery. A discovery has been made but not reported by the largest research facility in the world. Why should that be? Why would someone want it hidden?
by Richard R. Becker
New Release: May 21, 2022
An Idaho farmer who earns a second chance at life finds that the past has a hard time letting him go. A young girl navigates funeral-goers, family, and the unusual circumstances of her grandmother’s death in Pennsylvania. A risk-averse young man must make a bold move after stumbling into a nightmarish government biohazard. An aging alcoholic vigilante is asked to find common ground with a teenager in a secret witness protection program.
These and six more short stories intersect with 50 States, the award-winning, bestselling anthology that surprised readers with 50 thought-provoking stories across different genres, moods, and states of mind.
Homeschooling on a Budget
by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
Release Date: August 2, 2022
Homeschooling is on the rise. After the pandemic exposed many flaws in the public education system, more and more American parents are seeking better options. But what about those who cannot afford private schools and have no access to good charter schools?
It's never been a better time for home education. Parents from any background, with any income level, can give their children the best education possible by utilizing affordable tools within their community.
Legacy of Man
by David Lingard
New Release: June 11, 2022
"In a universe where the very existence of a civilisation can be deliberated upon by a single Council of allied, alien races, It is never a good idea to be the race that is practised at war."
Charlie was an average twelve year old orphan, working his way through the foster system through families and institutions that didn’t want to deal with his issues. His parents had died in a car crash when he was just three and it had left him bitter and resentful of the world around him.
THE END OF CERTAINTY
by Alexis Karpouzos
New Release: May 20, 2022
We live in a universe that can be seen and experienced from many different perspectives. We therefore need to look at the universe from many different angles. Everything and everyone is a form of the universe being expressed in a particular way. In other words, each one of us can say with absolute certainly “We are the Universe!”
Since we are the universe, each one of us provides a valuable perspective that complements the contributions of everyone and everything else around us. Each of us is the universe being expressed in a particular location in a specific way. We’re all part of the same moving and evolving cosmos, but the view of it is unique from each of our respective locations.
by Martin Roy Hill
Release Date: October 1, 2022
NCIS Special Agent Linus Schag is no stranger to violence and bloodshed, but when he’s sent to Iraq to take custody of two Navy SEALs suspected of murder, he finds himself thrust into a manmade inferno as coalition of forces fight to free northern Iraq from the Islamic extremist group called ISIS.
The explosion of an IED allows the SEALs, suspected of killing a fellow commando, to escape and flee up the Tigris River in a stolen Navy patrol boat. Schag pursues the SEALs in another boat assisted by an Army criminal investigator, a vengeful Iraqi interpreter, and a hostile Navy boat crew.
Before, During and After My Falklands War
by Terence Victor Barnes
A grandfather who drunk alcohol from a bicycle inner tube, my father having episodes on par with Inspector Clouseau, as a teenager running riot around the streets of Ipswich, having teachers bordering on the psychotic that gave out physical punishment at will (including a nun) and football thugs as mentors, all prepared me well for a life in the military.
I joined the Royal Marines at the age of sixteen, earning my coveted Green Beret as a naive virgin (in many ways), all before I was legally allowed to vote and drink beer! In 40 Commando Royal Marines I had unique experiences I could have never dreamt of as a child.
by Cat Ellington
by Mac Scotty McGregor
Non Fiction > Self Help
by Luna Threepwood
Fiction > Romance
by Minerva Hart
Fiction > Science Fiction
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by Yvonne Blackwood
Non Fiction > Memoir & Biographies
by Daniel Green
Non Fiction > Religion & Spirituality
by David DeLee
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by Freya Pickard
Fiction > Poetry
by David Lingard
Fiction > Fantasy
by Belle Brown
Fiction > Children
by Gladys Caroline
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