A commanding memoir that stands the test of time. After all, who doesn’t like a bit of moonlight magic?
“Moonlight Feels Right” by Starbuck, a group in which Bruce Blackman was the frontman with his familiar white cap, became one of the top-selling songs of the ’70s and is still played in 54 countries across the globe. This is a captivating story about an entertainer, his journey, and his song.
Intertwined with the chaos of war is the amazing ability of the human heart to fall in love. Romance blossoms despite adversity. Follow the story of love, war, hate, and perseverance as the saga continues in this American Revolutionary War historical-fiction novel.
When three sisters visit their grandparents’ home in Nisyros, Greece, they would never have suspected the adventures soon to take place. And it all centers around the great, old apple tree in the backyard, candied apples, and a long nap . . .
This is an ongoing series that starts in India, where the Curry Kid (think: the Gingerbread Man) is awestruck by the world around him–in particular, the Taj Mahal. That's when he decides to visit the other Wonders of the World in future stories. Catch him if you can!
In this crime thriller, history and current events unite through a New York secret society, established in the late 1800s by the country’s elite. The purpose of The Volunteers is to intercede when typical rules of justice cannot. NYPD officer Annie Falcone becomes the latest key component in the ongoing work of The Volunteers.
FINDING YOUR INNER DIVA: Movement disorders specialist and a Parkinson’s patient herself, Dr. Maria De Leon, pulls together an informative, yet tender piece on understanding and dealing with Parkinson’s from a woman’s perspective . . . and keep that inner diva rolling! Parkinson’s Diva: A Woman’s Guide to Parkinson’s Disease is like no other book out there.
This multi-genre anthology features over 40 flash-fiction pieces by 17 authors who are as diverse as these exceptional stories. Grab one for yourself, one for a friend, one for your handbag, one for your car, and one for the loo!
Loving Your Pet: The Lonely Parrot by Lisa Kelley – Parrots have feelings too! Beautifully illustrated children’s book about pet care. This colorful book with its beloved characters is available in a variety of options for your purchasing pleasure!
Eleven-year-old Connor is up to his ears in musical instruments. Seriously, he really is! From the piano to the trumpet to the kazoo, he has learned to play nearly a dozen different instruments in his short life. Sometimes he wonders . . . When will all these music lessons end?
SAFE TRAVELS! Demetra Tsavaris-Lecourezos kicks of her kids’ travel series with Young World Travelers and the Magical Crystal Ball. A group of kids travel to Queens in this first book . . .next stop? Greece! Book 2 due out soon.
Love the eighties? Love romantic adventures? How often have you looked back on your high school experiences and just thought . . . WOW. Last Exit to Montauk by Phillip Vega will take you there . . . and more.
Chocolate Island is the first book in the Sweet Island Dreams series, created to spark children’s imaginations with pure and positive thoughts. These are perfect bedtime stories, sure to elicit snuggles and smiles from your young ones before they drift off to sleep.
CRAZY LOVE IN CHATTANOOGA: This is an #urbanfantasy tale of mystery and betrayal; of love and friendship; and of the enduring quest for understanding in a world that seems to have no meaning. The Walking Bridge by Rick Sanders.