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Readers find out how to take control of their own health destiny by incorporating the latest medical research and blending the best principles of diet, exercise and mental fitness. Dog Ear Publishing reviews this extraordinary new book that presents a fresh perspective of self-empowerment that utilizes the mind-body-spirit confection to achieve optimal health. - September 18, 2015
William B. Moran’s third novel speculates on potential consequences if a scientist discovers the gene that causes homosexuality – and tries to keep his discovery secret. Dog Ear Publishing reviews this compelling story that explores what can happen when man meddles with nature. - September 17, 2015
Covert operations and fearless colleagues help operative Mike Norris get the job done in a new book released by Dog Ear Publishing. - September 17, 2015
An amateur astronomer with more than 65 years of experience studying the stars sets out to debunk the prevailing view of the universe and its origins in a Big Bang. He details his evidence in a new book released by Dog Ear Publishing. - September 16, 2015
A short story writer and English teacher pens a novel of suspense set on the sea in his new novel put out by Dog Ear Publishing, which reviews the imaginative work. - September 16, 2015
Dog Ear Publishing releases a new book by a former journalist turned mayor who helped revitalize his city and community, helping to change it into a national model for sensible growth and engaged residents. - September 11, 2015
A children’s book popping with color tells the story of a young iguana who discovers many other jungle animals don’t share his enjoyment of relaxation. Dog Ear Publishing reviews this new book by artist and writer Buffie Biddle, showing the importance of friendship and loving yourself. - September 03, 2015
Dog Ear Publishing reviews a collection of poems that describe love for nature, the world and the creator. - September 03, 2015
Fans and breeders of horse racing and Olympic style sport can learn more about the North American Thoroughbred in this new book from an author who is passionate on the topic. Dog Ear Publishing reviews her latest book, which focuses on the history of the breed, one of its top stallions and the science behind North American Thoroughbred breeding. - August 27, 2015
Author George McCarthy explores the possibility of life beyond Earth and the potential to stop the destruction of humanity granted one man in his new fiction offering, released by Dog Ear Publishing. - August 20, 2015
A special education teacher shares her methods for teaching children to read in this new book relased by Dog Ear Publishing. - August 19, 2015
Math, science and myth play important roles in this unusual love story for the ages. Dog Ear Publishing reviews the latest novel by Michele Duva, who explores the relationship between cosmology, math and Mayan beliefs and how they shape the human condition in love and loss. - August 19, 2015
Dog Ear Publishing reviews this new primer on credit reports and how to effectively create and maintain good credit scores. - August 18, 2015
Dog Ear Publishing reviews a new book on the life of 19th century writer and Order of the Eastern Star founder Rob Morris, who spread the organization’s message with his words. The author often visited the Rob Morris home as a child, leaving her curious about his accomplishments. - August 18, 2015
A Texas Ranger searches the small towns of Texas for a cold-blooded killer in this new book released by Dog Ear Publishing. It’s the third in a series of books about the ruggedly handsome Buchanan brothers. - August 17, 2015
You never know what she's going to say next. With her self-deprecating humor, pop culture references and overzealous love for yoga, “Yoga Fan Girl” tells the story of one woman's journey through her personal practice of yoga. The author combines her love of performing and humor with yoga poses to create a unique take on exercise with a new book released by Dog Ear Publishing. - August 17, 2015
This is the moving personal account of one man’s experience of the horrors of war, focusing on the 77-day siege of Khe Sanh, South Vietnam. The memoir, told through a series of diary entries the author wrote from Nov. 15, 1967, to May 29, 1968, offers a first-person view of life as an infantryman... - May 22, 2011
Answering a two-line classified ad in the newspaper had life-changing consequences for a trustingly naive doctor fresh out of school. He innocently takes a part-time chiropractic job from employers who were later found to be a Russian-organized crime ring involved in money laundering, insurance fraud and other crimes. This is the true story of how one man rises from the forces of evil through his renewed faith in Christ. - May 22, 2011
Robin Blake slits her wrists in hopes of exacting revenge upon her cheating attorney husband. After this fateful act, she awakens in a different dimension, a dimension in which she plays a vital role. Robin is the giver of curses, and she was banished to the human dimension as a very young child to protect her from the dark forces who hope to use her gift. Upon her death, she’s brought back to the land of her birth, and she’s in more danger than ever. - May 22, 2011
Goddess Seeker follows Steven Jenny’s experiences as he begins running daily around the Nike World Campus and continues to seek support for his dream of Nikefest, a sports festival named after his inspiration. When a Nike poster of the late Oregon distance runner Steve Prefontaine speaks in a bar in Eugene, Oregon, Steven takes notice. The phrase “See; find J.” takes over his life, leading him on a quest to find Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. - May 22, 2011
Tim Clark was born with one arm and no legs, but this did not stop him from leading an extraordinary life. The youngest of four children, his parents and his siblings never treated him differently, and with the support of his family and his own fiercely competitive nature, he managed to become a varsity wrestler at his high school and the University of Kansas, table tennis player and 10K runner. Clark refuses to let his disabilities stand in his way. - May 16, 2011
When clutter overtakes a person, mentally or physically, it can be overwhelming. Where does one start to remove this stealthy menace to happiness and sanity? Terry Christensen tackles the topic with humor and finesse, presenting helpful tips to clear the clutter from every room in the house. Christensen... - May 16, 2011
David Patterson enjoyed an idyllic childhood in Fort Wayne, Ind.; through the 1940s and '50s, Patterson engaged in the usual innocent mischief with his friends, none the worse for wear in spite of some extremely close calls. As a spiritually mature adult, he looks back at his youth and sees theses experiences... - May 16, 2011
FBI Agent Samantha Paulson is an operative on the rise. Praised as a hero after a near-death experience abroad, Sam is put in charge of the hunt for a particularly murderous cell of radical Islamists terrorizing the United States. After breathtaking entanglements around the world, she unearths a stunning reality: rather than routine attacks on the United States, the carnage she has been investigating is a prelude to a global offensive against the West, orchestrated by a Middle Eastern country. - May 16, 2011
For the first 21 years of her life, the author suffered from child abuse and neglect in her own home. Her young parents include an emotionally distant and depressed mother and a Navy dad who showed no healthy boundaries with his children. Despite the horrific details, the author’s story is one of hope. She begins to regain her life when she starts seeing a psychologist, although it will take 23 years of therapy and five hospitalizations before she gains the happiness she deserves. - April 27, 2011
On the verge of retirement, former Marine Whittaker Parks lands the case of a lifetime. He meets John David Bain, permanently disabled after a heart transplant, who is trying to get back what he thinks he deserves. His wife, Lola, won $40 million in the lottery and tried to hide the money and have their... - April 27, 2011
Growing up in the Bible Belt with a conservative mother and preacher father isn’t easy when you’re attracted to boys, especially if you’re also hyperactive. An arrest during a sting at an adult bookstore leads to him attending a Baptist prep academy away from his family. Eventually he begins living as an adult video star, performing as Blake McDonald. This provocative memoir serves up details of life as an adult video star but also the love he shares with his lifelong companion. - April 27, 2011
Get an insider’s look at fishing around southeast Washington State with a record-holding fisherman. This detailed guide provides descriptions of the lakes and their immediate area, as well nearby places to stay. Fishing tips offer everything from what kind of bait might work best to rules about... - April 27, 2011
Author Karen Katz spent several years conducting in-depth fieldwork into the Public Safety and Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club subculture. This book goes behind the scenes of the Renegade Pigs, the Warthogs and the Iron Warriors Motorcycle Clubs. Public Safety and Law Enforcement Motorcycle Clubs represent a social response to the breakdown of the police subculture, specifically, the erosion of brotherhood, internal solidarity and camaraderie. - April 27, 2011
Darcy Engel was blindsided by her husband’s announcement that he was leaving her for another woman. Forced to find a job to support her new single life, she answers an ad for an administrative position and finds herself face to face with the most attractive man she’s ever met. Kian MacTiernan is handsome, charming, and willing to pay a higher than average salary in exchange for confidentiality. He's also a vampire, and he's responding to Darcy like no woman since his wife 400 years ago. - April 27, 2011
Tim Levine is on top of the world. The small but popular eighth-grader has just been invited to try out for the high school baseball team and two girls have asked him to the school dance. A devastating diagnosis, however, changes his life forever: He has cancer. Instead of following his baseball dreams,... - April 27, 2011
Using the author's own experiences, From Faith to Reality discusses such deep and often extremely personal topics as the efficacy of prayer, the spirituality inherent in nature, and the very nature of spiritualism. This book is meant to inspire “those who may be on the cusp of doubt about their religious beliefs,” and enlighten the lucky people who are perfectly content with their inner spiritual lives. - April 27, 2011
A selfish rabbit draws children in to this sweet story that shows God’s love and kindness for us and how we can show others kindness and make a real difference in the world. The author draws parallels between the selfish rabbit and children who don’t act kindly, whether they ignore other children or call them rude names. The story reminds children of all ages of Jesus’ commandment to treat others as the children would like to be treated. - April 27, 2011
Modern lifestyles bring modern troubles, but an ancient source of wisdom has the power to help ease the pressure everyday life presents: the King James version of the Bible. As the author writes, "who better to tell us how to relax than God, who cares for a family of six billion children? His words... - April 27, 2011
When a newly-retired police detective reluctantly agrees to his beloved sister’s request that he come to her home and help her with a murder investigation, he has no idea how far this strange trip will take him. At first he is irritated by his sister's insistence he delay his fishing vacation to help her dear friend get to the bottom of the mysterious accident that befell her beloved adopted daughter and grandson. But he soon finds himself drawn into the case. - April 27, 2011
Meet Miss Milli, a millipede who enjoys spending time in her garden. Although she likes to play in dirt, Miss Milli also knows it’s important to bath, brush her teeth and comb her hair every day, which makes her feel “like sunshine all over,” the author writes. This cheerful millipede stars in a children’s book that discusses being clean and having manners. It's part of the Garden Adventure Series. - April 27, 2011
Sergeant Gus Wolf, a veteran member of the Houston PD, finds himself hospitalized after a run-in with a burglar; as he recovers, the long-divorced Wolf kindles a romance with an attractive co-worker. On a weekend getaway to Wolf’s former hometown, he finds himself asking questions about a string of child abductions that eerily resemble activity in Houston. An international child-pornography ring is operating online, and the police are working with the FBI to bring it to justice. - April 06, 2011
The Foreman is a riveting tale of crime and punishment, with a true-to-life hero in Frisco Lord, who works as a foreman at a nuclear power plant. When a longtime colleague is found dead of apparent suicide, Frisco finds himself investigating the suspicious circumstances that surround his old friend’s death. As jury foreman, Frisco listens as a story of deception unfolds and begins questioning the judge. Questions begin to swirl. Will he make it out of this with his life and reputation intact? - April 06, 2011
The Caribbean has historically been the first “New World” stop for people living on the East and West coasts of the Atlantic Ocean since Christopher Columbus anchored there in 1492 in what he called Hispaniola. The book offers a political and historical overview of the region's history, as well as exploring the region as an entity, including development at state and national levels. - April 01, 2011
Seventeen-year-old Arscenic must fight and steal simply to survive. But hardship is nothing new to him, who has grown up in Shiloh, a former capital turned war zone, now infested with thieves, drug lords and gangsters. He takes care of his mother and sister, Ericka, because their father never returned... - April 01, 2011
A quirky middle school language arts teacher and the mysterious incidents that surround her sit at the heart of this mystery set in a small town in Texas. This teacher and a transfer student bring change to what had promised to be another dull year for 12-year-old Carl Stone and his close friends. At first it’s just Carl who notices something strange about Sylvia Spencer, the new teacher, but soon the peculiarities involve everyone in the circle of friends. - April 01, 2011
The Original Prophecy is a fascinating study of the 48 original constellations that make up the canopy of the night sky. Mathew James takes the reader on an in-depth tour of the stars, delving into ancient writings about the 12 zodiac signs as well as biblical references to the stars. With these texts and the scriptures, James weaves a captivating tale of biblical prophecy combined with the stories of ancient races that have survived the passing centuries. - April 01, 2011
This is the story of the author's discovery that she had been living with a congenital heart defect for 41 years, training and competing in triathlons with a heart that was slowly failing. It’s also the story of her recovery and desire to compete in an Ironman competition. She undergoes open-heart surgery just eight months before the Ironman competition. - March 31, 2011
Unaware of the tangled web that will soon entrap them, independent healthcare investigator and former Navy SEAL Jake Palmer and clinical research auditor Fiona Collins team up following the deaths of a physician researcher and his nurse in a suspicious automobile crash in southwest England. Jake and... - March 31, 2011
Environment, decisions and circumstances shape the path people take in their lives. The author is no exception. This tough kid grew up with violence as a daily part of life. His mother dies when the author is young, and he turns to theft to feed himself when his dad is hospitalized for weeks. He begins a life of crime, small thefts at first, and ends up in prison. A letter from a Christian stranger leads to him study the Bible and to be baptized. - March 30, 2011
This collection of poetry that spans more than 30 years revolves on the theme of the “unrequited,” focusing on intensive emotions and states of mind. Subjects of the 90 poems range from the death of a loved one to the end of a love affair, but the realization of loss, both intentional and unintentional, binds them together. "The Book of Aloneness," published by Dog Ear Publishing, stirs the soul with its haunting words. - March 30, 2011
In this book, the author addresses questions that might occur to a recent convert to Christianity, or to someone who is newly “born again": What is Pentecostalism? What is the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and did I receive it upon salvation? These questions and more are discussed within the book, using thoughtfully chosen Scripture as well as examples from the author’s own experience. Each chapter delves deep into scripture. - March 30, 2011
Lucky, a tall Swede with Viking blood running through his veins, and Julie, who grew up as his neighbor, find themselves tested first by the Great Depression and World War II, and then by the temptations life throws their way. Follow Lucky as he goes on a dangerous mission to the North Pacific. He’s there only one day before being wounded and making a discovery – a wooden box filled with cut rubies from Burma. He returns home and marries Julie, but he can't stop thinking about the rubies. - March 30, 2011
Danny Gardner was happily living his life with his young family, fulfilled in his job and deeply in love with his wife, Stephanie, when he received the call that would change his life forever. Dorothy Connolly, the mother of his best friend from childhood and like a second mother to Danny himself, summoned him back to his hometown. Upon arrival, his dark suspicions were confirmed. Michael had committed suicide, and the entire town was in shock. - March 30, 2011
An individual’s perception of the world governs his behavior, and the outcomes of that behavior can have lasting effects – good and bad. The author offers foundational truths and passages from the Bible to help people develop “life-enhancing strategies for correcting thinking errors and behaviors that hinder spiritual growth,” as he writes. The book combines social science disciplines and Christian principles to help individuals recognize the majesty of something greater than themselves. - March 30, 2011
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