• Calico Pennants By David A. Ross | Official Book Trailer

    Calico Pennants By David A. Ross | Official Book Trailer0

    In this award-winning novel, a weekend sailor shipwrecked on an uncharted atoll in the South Seas eventually discovers the island’s only other human inhabitant—a woman who bears an uncanny resemblance to 1930s lost flying ace Amelia Earhart. Recently divorced and laid off from his job, Julian Crosby needs a break from reality. That’s why he’s

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  • 5 Reasons To Be Optimistic From Undaunted Optimist

    5 Reasons To Be Optimistic From Undaunted Optimist0

    It’s a complicated world. It’s reasonable to wonder why anyone would decide to be optimistic. And yet … it’s a wonder-full life. Here are 5 reasons why you should embrace optimism and be optimistic from Undaunted Optimist: Essays on Life, Laughter and Cheerful Perseverance by Chris Rodell.

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  • 5 Facts About Chad From Africa Memoir

    5 Facts About Chad From Africa Memoir0

    Take a trip to Chad, a country three times as large as the U.S. State of California, and landlocked in Central Africa, with these 5 facts about Chad from Africa Memoir: 50 Years, 54 Countries, One American Life by Mark G. Wentling. Visit all 54 African countries with an adventurous American guide who has spent

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  • Emily Winter Mystery Series By David M. Hamlin | Official Book Trailer

    Emily Winter Mystery Series By David M. Hamlin | Official Book Trailer1

    Meet Emily Winter, one of the first female reporters in 1970s Chicago. She’s tough as nails. Just as smart as her male colleagues. And determined to uncover the next big story—and solve the next murder in the Windy City. Wife. Feminist. Friend. Trailblazer. The books in the Emily Winter Mystery Series include Winter in Chicago,

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  • From Timbuktu To Duck And Cover By Lewis Lucke | Official Book Trailer

    From Timbuktu To Duck And Cover By Lewis Lucke | Official Book Trailer0

    While spending thirty years overseas in the US Foreign Service, and living in eleven countries and working in many more, Ambassador Lucke accumulated many stories that would never have happened “at home.” His work took him to Timbuktu (twice), to places in West Africa where kids ran away in fear at their first glimpse of

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  • The Borders Of Our Minds | David H. Mould

    The Borders Of Our Minds | David H. Mould7

    David H. Mould introduces us to his new book, Postcards from the Borderlands, during his presentation, The Borders of Our Minds, hosted by Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe, PA. What are borders? Are they simply political and geographical, marked by posts, walls and fences, or should we think of them more broadly? In his third

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