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The Talking Forest: Tree Runes for a New Millennium by Kay Broome

Fun, accessible, and exceptionally crafted… Broome meticulously explains entire mythology and history of native Canadian trees in her user-friendly and fun-to-read debut. Brief and to the point, each rune depicts the significance of the salient tree within its physical environment…
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120 Seats in a Boiler Room: The Creation of a Courageous Professional Theater by Lewis Kempfer

Uplifting, gorgeously written, emotional, and entertaining… Award-winning Kempfer narrates the fascinating story of how a near-century-old boiler room building at The Factory at Franklin minutes south of Nashville became a thriving theater company in his latest book. Kempfer had teamed…
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The Movement (Time Corrector Series Book 2) by Avi Datta

Sprawling, intricate, and undeniably page-turning read… Unsettling alternate realities and hard SF elements abound in this latest installment in Datta’s near-future Time Corrector Series. Emika Amari, Vincent’s former lover, has kept herself away from the scientific genius. She has a…
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SAILING WITH THE WIND: New Poems 2023 by Don Gutteridge

A luminous collection that beautifully explores human connection, feelings, and the orderliness of life… Gutteridge’s latest book consists of short free-verse poems ranging from the small delights of childhood to the discovery of life’s bigger passions and griefs. The collection…
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Domestic Arts (Sisters of Stella Mare) by Annie M. Ballard

A layered and nuanced literary tale… An expected betrayal forces a struggling artist to confront the opportunistic relationship that defines her romantic past in Ballard’s poignant latest installment in the Sisters of Stella Mare. Evie is back in Stella Mare…
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Listening to Chopin while fighting Nazis: A Journey into my Family’s WWII Polish Past by M. Alexander Charns

A deeply revealing, intimate account of a family’s Polish history… As a six-year-old boy, Charns came across a book named ‘I Survived Hitler’s Hell’ by A.P. Gwiazdowski and became curious about his family’s Polish history. As he grows older, he…
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Manning a Raptor by Aa Freda 

Highly readable and intelligent thriller… Freda offers a dramatic page-turner in his latest novel. Samantha and James Coppi are content in their lives. They’re expecting their fourth child, and their global business empire is thriving. Embarking on a new venture:…
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Imperious Realm (Reign of the North Forest Book 1) by Athene Z. Adam

An exciting series starter with engaging concepts and tight plotting… With the fate of their people hanging in the balance, two young heroes must join hands and find a way out of the impossible situation in Adam’s debut installment in…
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NAILS by M.D. Nuth

A twisted and darkly gripping thriller… Nuth’s latest novel offers a grand-scale narrative that fuses elements of political fiction with crime thriller and human drama. Hardcore criminal Tau has always liked to be his own boss. When he is recruited…
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Sit Down And Have A Beer Again by Greg Wyss

A jarring and beautiful book of poems, stories, and excerpts about everything that’s life. In his latest book, Wyss delivers a generous variety of poetry, prose, and stories. The book is divided into three chapters. Some of the pieces deal…