A diplomat Earl and a scandal-ridden adventuress aren’t the perfect match—except in passion.

An Unusual Courtship
Author Lynne Connolly

A time-travel adventure she never wanted... to England in 1344… with the man who broke her heart.

The Veil Between Worlds
Author Hope Carolle

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When lies of the past are exposed, can love find the truth?

The Lady Takes It All
Author Terri Brisbin

Marriage to an Earl destroyed her—can a highland beast mend her heart?

Lyon of the Highlands
Author Emily Royal

Lessons Learned from a 50+ Couple’s Trek to Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park Photo Hiking
Part of: National Parks Photo Hiking Series (8 books)

Travelling with a 85 year old parent to Washington D.C. resulted in a hilliarious and heartwarming life experience.

Washington D.C. Travel Stories
Author Anthony Wessel

The chance for him to catch a killer, put a traitor behind bars, revenge his brother…and win Julia’s heart.

Don't Judge a Duke by His Cover
Author Emily EK Murdoch

Indulge in the most unexpected of winter romantic tales from some of your favorite historical romance authors!

A Duke in Winter
10 Author Collection

What happens when the only thing a man needs and wants is the one thing the woman he loves can't give him?

A Love That Heals the Heart
Author Laura Landon

As the gentleman follows his heart and the lady battles her own, the matrons of the society set tongues wagging...

The Regal
Author Kate Archer

An innocent contest becomes the ultimate challenge.

King Takes Queen
Author Rachel Ann Smith

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Dancing Away From Parkinson’s

4.5 stars on 11 reviews

Self Help

When Professor Rafael Eldor was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2008, he joined the millions around the globe who struggle daily with varying symptoms. He lost his sense of smell, developed internal tremors, freezing episodes, and sleeping disorders. Faced with the prognosis that the disease would leave him fully disabled within five years, Eldor, a prominent economics lecturer and Harvard University alumnus, chose to fight.

In his uniquely optimistic memoir Dancing Away From Parkinson’s, Prof. Eldor describes his seemingly impossible transformation, in both body and mind. He shares how the discovery and practice of ballroom dancing helped him not only delay the progression of Parkison’s’ most prominent symptoms, but also:

  • Develop muscle strength
  • Retain balance and control
  • Promote new synapse growth
  • Improve coordination and motoric functions
  • And most importantly: be more confident and enjoy life!

Humbling and observant, this book is dedicated to bringing hope and inspiring positivity in the millions who struggle with PD around the globe.



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Psycho/Pathogen defines this tumultuous moment in America and is a literary cartography of how we got here, which precedes the nation’s founding. This tapestry of racial, social, and environmental justice is described as “a diary of the COVID-19 pandemic with searing cultural and historic commentary.” Psycho/Pathogen is a collection of essays that was written while the world was in lockdown during the socially distanced 2020 US presidential election, a momentous year in American history with few parallels. Each essay carries its start date, the final piece, Camp Auschwitz, being January 6, 2021. “Rain predicted all of Trump’s moves and the failed coup,” observes the former president’s White House Director of Communications, Anthony Scaramucci, with President Vicente Fox, the 62nd President of Mexico, adding that Psycho/Pathogen boasts “farsighted political analysis.” The US House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack committed some eighteen months, millions of dollars, amassed thousands of documents, and called hundreds of witnesses to piece together the insurrection. Without any of that but with history as a guide, the author provided a virtual play-by-play in real time during 2020 that provides the book’s subtitle, “Intubating Democracy, A Cultural Diagnosis of the Virus of Hate”

Described by Native News Online as, “Essential reading for America’s conscience,” some essays lay bare the enduring socio-trauma of infamous acts from the 1800s that were carried out in the name of Manifest Destiny. Psycho/Pathogen is “a must-read collection of essays” states Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief, RoseAnne Archibald, the first woman to ever hold the position. The author also delves deep into his heritage to provide largely unknown cultural vignettes of the Roma, one of the world’s most marginalized and stigmatized ethnic minorities, to demonstrate how the most ancient virus, racial hate and intolerance, is transmitted and how in this incarnation it was spread here in the form of far-right “Christian” nationalism that infected the mainstream of the Republican Party while the world was in lockdown. In towering, descriptive prose and incisive historical and cultural commentary, Psycho/Pathogen is a journey across continents and generations to our shared destination of now.


Think. Map. Do.

4.8 stars on 8 reviews

Business Management, Success Self-Help

Rob Hutton’s first book, THINK. MAP. DO. HOW AMBITIOUS LEADERS CAN ACCELERATE THEIR CLIMB INTO SENIOR MANAGEMENT offers in-depth, real-world leadership insights for both young and seasoned leaders who want to continue to grow their careers. He teaches the practical management and leadership skills needed to advance into senior management or grow all the way to the C-Suite! He takes his 28 years of senior leadership in big, industry leading NYSE companies (as both a Division President and Regional President) and clearly defines how to get pushed-up and, importantly, how to avoid mistakes that could derail (or significantly delay) your quest for career advancement.

Think. Map. Do. starts with Rob’s journey from selling watermelons on the side of a highway in Austin to leading a $3 billion region with 1,400 gifted associates. He probes the various business mentors he has had along the way and the invaluable lessons he learned from them. You’ll love the stories of Jack, Quincy and Bruce among others and the impact they had on his direction. From there he offers useful insights into finding innovative ways to add value and grow your department or company (what you really get paid to do); doing careful competitive analysis; managing overhead; character traits needed to grab the attention of those above you; cultivating the habit of doing more than is expected of you (and the huge dividends that can pay); how to get beyond the inevitable blunders and operational mistakes you’ll make; how to build (and keep) a garlic strong team; and even the benefits that prayer can bring to your career.

Rob writes with a style that’s easy to read—more like a fireside chat than a lecture. His stories are fun, insightful and definitely memorable. There are plenty of “snackable” takeaways that will help those that are ambitious to fast track their careers into senior management… or all the way to the C-Suite.



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