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Creating a plan that ensures pets will be cared for if their owners pass away first is one way owners can show their love for their animals. Although many people have planned who will take responsibility for their pets, that may mean animals end up with families that don’t know much about them,... - August 06, 2010
This new release, published by Dog Ear Publishing, focuses on the foundational activities of the Vietnamese Communist Party as it developed and matured in Indochina, particularly the activities of the party’s leader, Ho Chi Minh. The author uncovers a ruthless man who is a consummate actor as well... - July 31, 2010
Most people ask questions of themselves about who they are, why they are here, is there a God, and what will really make them happy. In Knowing and Loving the author, a man of faith and practicality, says "Our answers to or avoidance of those questions shape the practical and moral choices we make every day. Those choices, in turn, determine our level of happiness." - July 31, 2010
Confessions of a Government Man: How to Succeed in any Bureaucracy mixes salty New York culture and a cast of characters worthy of Hollywood. Alan L. Greenberg’s often hilarious memoirs recount a successful career in which he dealt with a vast variety of influential people. - July 31, 2010
This memoir of a young girl with diabetes provides a stirring tribute to the strength of the human spirit. A Handful of Rain, published by Dog Ear Publishing, not only introduces readers – gently and with humor – to the daily realities of life with diabetes, but also brings a sense of awe at the hope and inspiration that can uplift spirits. - July 25, 2010
Imagine if you could revisit life and travel back and forth in time, simply by putting yourself into a deep and meditative trance. That’s just what happens during nightly prayers when a monk puts himself in this state, surrounded by incense and candle flames. The evening provides both a personal... - July 25, 2010
When Zeke Proper moves with his family to his father’s scenic hometown, he’s sorry to leave his old friends behind but looking forward to new adventure and new faces. Little does he know that the town holds secrets—potentially dangerous secrets—and the people he meets are not... - July 25, 2010
A 12-year-old boy finds a pair of riding boots and an Army hat worn in the Spanish-American War while rummaging in his grandparents’ attic. The clothes, which fit him perfectly, introduce Ted Rozock to his great-grandfather and the famous man he fought beside in Cuba – Theodore Roosevelt. - July 25, 2010
Fourteen-year-old Alimar begins a quest to fulfill his destiny, plagued by a recurring dream that takes him far away from his simple life. During the journey he meets some new companions: the young tomboy Alana Kenney and her brother Kilian, who trade the safety of their country home to find their future;... - July 21, 2010
A former financial planner shares the wisdom she’s learned through her personal and business experiences to guide young people through the difficult world of personal finances. The author provides practical advice on major decisions such as buying a car, financing a home and having children. She... - July 21, 2010
In Drowning In a Crowded Room, author Anthony Patton tells the story of a couple who start their life together on a shaky foundation, as Lisa’s family members all have excuses for not attending their wedding in Jamaica. Once they return home, all seems well, but Lisa’s silences get longer and her depression settles in like an unfamiliar visitor. Subtle snubs from the author’s stepson and the not-so-subtle snubs from his in-laws further crack the foundation of their marriage. - July 21, 2010
In this charming new picture book, the chickens get fed up with the Easter bunnies for taking credit for all the eggs they provide. They decide to band together and tire the bunnies out so much that they can’t dye or hide the Easter eggs. Instead the chickens take their eggs and dye them and hide... - July 18, 2010
At the tender age of 10, Earl “Lil’ Choo-Choo” Johnson left his home in the company of his deadbeat uncle and embarked on an amazing musical journey, taking him from the Mississippi Delta to the blues clubs of Chicago and Cleveland, and eventually around the world. He meets up with... - July 18, 2010
Doug is an unsuccessful writer casting about for inspiration. Stuck in an unhappy marriage, living in the middle of uneventful Connecticut, he finds himself seeking out 12 step meetings in hopes of finding the spark he needs to create the work of art that will propel him into fame and fortune. However,... - July 18, 2010
More than 3,500 men, more than 23 percent of the American submarine force, never returned from their World War II missions. Their submarines had few crew comforts, and duty on "the boats" was one of the most statistically deadly, physically demanding and emotionally challenging assignments for those serving in the U.S. Navy. This book recounts the real story of these undersea warriors, told by the men who lived it. - July 15, 2010
Although leadership can’t be taught, one can be taught about leadership, and this fascinating book explores the concept of an unlikely teacher: animals. As the author notes, human leadership is about getting people to do what you want them to do, even if they might want to do otherwise, by encouraging,... - July 15, 2010
Scottie is a typical 12-year-old boy, an overconfident class clown and practical joker who thinks nothing of pulling pranks on his younger sister and brother. But a fateful family trip to Heron’s Lake, the local picnic spot, changes everything. A visit to the wishing well and a mysterious windstorm leads to a surprising transformation. This juvenile fiction book tells the story of Scottie’s transformation and introduces readers to a cast of unusual characters during this amazing journey. - July 13, 2010
Imagine the U.S. government has been controlled by socialist-leaning progressives for 12 years. The nation’s problems are mounting, and its economy is in a shambles, made worse by massive unemployment, almost unmanageable national debt and high inflation. Newly elected president Morton M. Monroe... - July 09, 2010
Winner Take All, published by Dog Ear Publishing, is an exposé about how the current legal system favors women when it comes to divorce and child support. Murphy draws on the stories of friends and acquaintances to illustrate her point. Her own experience with her amicable divorce inspired her to write the book. - July 09, 2010
Adu-Gyamfi has taken his years in the corporate workplace and turned them into an easy-to-follow primer for success in the business world. He defines corporate success as eight valued principles which one must possess to win the corporate political war. The reader can easily follow the eight principles outlined throughout the book: Core Values, Competency, Communication, Credibility, Champion, Community, Challenge, and Charisma. - July 09, 2010
Chronicling the history of rock music in Virginia from the 1950s to the 21st century was a labor of love for author Pete Crigler, who has been a fan of music from an early age. The book tells the story of the state’s links to rock, from the genre’s early days to the rockabilly of Gene Vincent... - July 09, 2010
This book, published by Dog Ear Publishing, is more than the story of one woman’s road to personal transformation—it is a guide for any person who feels that change is too frightening, or too difficult, to tackle. It is here to help any reader re-organize his or her life to make transformation... - July 09, 2010
Teaching children how to manage their money, avoid credit card debt and be prepared to handle their future finances is a lofty goal, but this book, published by Dog Ear Publishing, provides ideas and resources for adults to begin the conversation. Parents and educators will find age-appropriate guidance on topics such as family advertising, budgeting, charity, checkbook basics, comparison shopping and coupons, credit cards, interest, investing, peer pressure, savings, taxes and tipping. - July 04, 2010
In "Mysterious View," author and illustrator Olympia Eddy uses bold brush strokes and vivid colors to create striking images of the ordinary and the extraordinary. The beautifully illustrated story unfolds piece by piece, with three clues paired with a mysterious image on each new page. When the images are combined at the end of this work, they form a complete picture that accompanies the story, a glimpse into another world. - July 03, 2010
A desperate teenage mother gives her infant daughter up to an older Christian couple. Thus begins the inspiring true story of author Susan Gore’s life. Under the strict guidance of Nanny and Papa Martin, whose own children have long since left the nest, little Susan tries her best to be a good... - July 03, 2010
Money management is an important skill to learn at any age, and this book, published by Dog Ear Publishing, presents 21 financial ideas in a concise, easy-to-read format for those who want to improve their financial skills and future finances. Preteens, teenagers and young adults who read this straightforward,... - July 03, 2010
Daniel, by Keith Yocum, was a semi-finalist in the Adult Fiction category of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, an international contest open to unpublished and previously self-published novels. Yocum's book is a fascinating glimpse into the psychology of soldiers under attack in Vietnam, set in motion when a strange American GI with no memory wanders into firebase Martha. He knows a lot about the enemy, but is he a spy, guardian angel or good-luck charm? - July 03, 2010
Over the course of two years, the author has dedicated himself to a survey of the Bible, focusing on the topic of sin—specifically, “who will be saved, who won’t be saved, and how to be saved.” He challenges readers to tackle this study in hopes of helping Christians understand God’s expectations of them. - June 04, 2010
David Kuenzli's work aims to help readers discover steps they can take to create an enduring sense of happiness, even when faced with suffering and adversity. Using a unique and original paradigm for understanding and creating deeper happiness, the author describes the five pools (levels) of happiness and the turbulent waters to avoid on their journey to deeper happiness. - June 04, 2010
Aeonna Ja’Aquiria is the Queen of the Catanians, an endangered race of people who are part cat and part fearsome warrior. The Catanians are a powerful people, and Aeonna is among the most powerful. When it is discovered that Aeon is part of an ancient prophecy she doesn’t believe in, she... - June 04, 2010
This story for young readers takes place in the nostalgic town of Midland, Nebraska where 12-year-old Maddison Conners and her veterinarian father, Dr. Mac, go from one animal adventure or emergency to another. As the story opens, the president of the United States is coming to town and Dr. Mac has been hired to be the on-call veterinarian for the president. Maddie and the president's daughters share animal adventures and become friends. - June 04, 2010
An unconventional investigation, this book aims to explain in depth the different ways a marijuana high may lead to many other cognitive enhancements, such as the enhancement of episodic memory, pattern recognition, creativity, introspection and our ability for empathic understanding. - June 01, 2010
"The Letters of the Unrequited" is a novel about forbidden love and letting go of the past, told from a man’s point of view. Together, Nathalie and Jake take a journey that will take Jake back in time to three significant loves that had a profound effect on him. - May 27, 2010
This straight-talking book, published by Dog Ear Publishing, shows women how to form goals and make memories, the true keys to a happy life. Author Dorothy Cadet draws on her practical experiences – both positive and negative – to highlight what she’s learned with her years of working with adolescents and teens, as well as her own parenting stories. - May 27, 2010
Colors explode as each page of Gisselle's Adventures in Color depicts a new adventure illustrated by a full-page photograph. This beautiful picture book combines Clara J del Valle’s superb photographic skills with Heidi L. Ames’ expertise in graphic design and art education. Vibrant, fanciful... - May 27, 2010
David Waters is a normal, middle aged American man who begins keeping a journal. Pretty soon he is chronicling a high-spirited adventure that involves a mysterious book that could change church history forever. David and his wife find themselves at the center of a dangerous race between an ancient Christian sect and the Church, a race where even murder is acceptable. - May 27, 2010
On the outside April is an ordinary 9-year-old girl from a tiny town – until you look deeper. Then you will see the tragic story that shaped and molded who she was, and who she has become. "I Will Not Be Silent," published by Dog Ear Publishing, tells the story through a 9-year-old’s eyes of physical and mental abuse and a life consumed with fear, anger and denial. - May 26, 2010
Perhaps when other people saw the quiet girl with pigtails, they thought she was merely shy. Her teacher probably didn’t understand why she never raised her hand in class. In fact, the truth about little Sharon's tormented home life would have shocked them. "Blood Pies," published by Dog Ear Publishing, tells the true story of author Sharon Kidd’s early childhood. - May 26, 2010
This book, published by Dog Ear Publishing, is a fictional tale about God and his universe. Readers are invited to discover how God developed, nurtured and expanded the universe until he accidentally discovered the existence of life and why evolution forces came to dominate life’s creations. The... - May 26, 2010
In this new release, author Alan Egusa introduces us to an exciting new method of shooting developed by friend and colleague Kent Turnipseed. For the first time in firearm history, the principles of traditional martial arts are applied to shooting guns. This approach, called the “Turnipseed Technique,”... - May 23, 2010
In "A Templar's Journey: The Squire from Champagne," Lord Roland of Champagne is a young nobleman enamored of the lifestyle of the medieval warrior—particularly his uncle, Richard the Lionheart. Roland spends his days fighting at his uncle’s side, and his nights in the arms of any available maiden. His charmed life comes to an abrupt end when he is disowned and cast out from his family. He is pressed into service as a squire with the Knights Templar, a drastic change. - May 23, 2010
This business guide, written by an innkeeper for other innkeepers, confronts head-on the serious problems of running an inn and provides solutions. The author offers precise, detailed suggestions on what to do, as well as what not to do. The easy-to-understand lists and outlines save time and offer valuable ideas to busy innkeepers. - May 23, 2010
This book, the second in a five-book treatise, devotes itself to offering flashes of illumination for the reader’s enlightenment, pointing those who seek it toward the truth regarding the nature of reality and the attainment of immortality. Each entry presents a different approach to enlightenment,... - May 22, 2010
This new book details how coal is removed from mountaintops, devastating families and communities in the Appalachian Mountains. Flooding, air and water pollution, health problems and global warming all follow use of coal to generate electricity. - May 22, 2010
Words written more than a century ago still resonate today, as this collection of essays compares today’s America to 19th century Europe. The author bases his work on two books, The Conventional Lies of our Civilization by Max Nordau, which describes Europe’s elitist leadership, and The Soviets... - May 22, 2010
Writer Deborough Blalock supernovas into the publishing world with three visionary works, published by Dog Ear Publishing, and the powerful activist idea of Read and Do Good. "Mind Whispers," "Inner Waves" and "The Think-(W)hole" feature telepathy, corporate secrets and magic. - May 21, 2010
This thriller, published by Dog Ear Publishing, opens in a jungle in Vietnam, where Jack Traylor is fighting in the Vietnam War. Shunned by the world for his half-Northern Cheyenne heritage, during the war he adds sniper skills to his fighting and tracking gifts. When he learns his mentor is involved... - May 21, 2010
Rod Gray operates a charter boat called Jus’Restin’, which is an apt name for this calm and resourceful captain whose faithful German shepherd Kasey is always at his side. It is while stopping to rescue two kayakers during a ferocious summer storm that Rod meets the mysterious Suzanne. From that moment on, Rod’s life will never be the same. - May 21, 2010
The author draws on his more than 20 years of tax experience to detail experiences such as audits, and uses simple, humorous and informative language to describe how the IRS works and how average U.S. taxpayers can learn how to deal with the agency without fear. - May 21, 2010
In this passionately written book, Amos details the ways in which he feels the lack of balance within the government is endangering the freedom engendered by our founding fathers. He traces the Tea Party movement from its origins, and tackles the current administration’s appointments and policies. - May 21, 2010
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