October 2015


About the Book: International Books Award: Best In Non-fiction History! In Jesus The Jew No One Knows D. C. Smith reintroduces history’s most misunderstood Messiah. He presents the Torah-observant teacher, accompanied by classical artwork and concise explanations, to show what actually happened to him both before and after Christianity took root in Roman-occupied Judea. Using[…]

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About the Book: aandwbreon@comcast.net Journey back eighty years to a time of drugstore soda fountains, penny candy, homemade root beer, and ten-cent movies. Visit an era when people enjoyed such simple pleasures as sitting on the front porch, visiting with neighbors in the evening while the children played “kick the can” in a street devoid[…]

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About the Book: http://www.philharveylit.com Future viewing audiences have become totally desensitized to violence and entirely dependent on sensation to escape their boring workaday lives—an addiction nurtured by the media with graphic portrayals of war and crime and with so-called reality programming. Now, TV execs in pursuit of the only things they care about—higher ratings and[…]

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About the Book: Longevity is a book-length narrative, a fictional prose poem told in fragments about the protagonist’s relationships with the women in her life and the deaths of those women: her mother, her best friend, her sister. Longevity is told in reverse, starting with the present and working back to the birth of the[…]

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my self-publishing journey In my last column on self-publishing I described the various grassroots methods I was using to get my middle grade novel, Tommy Black and the Staff of Light, noticed. It is important to note that my theory of a spark that lights a fire requires that the spark actually catch. It is[…]

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