13 Results for December 2014
The latest novel by John Grisham, Gray Mountain, is a provocative indictment of the energy companies that level mountains in efforts to mine the seams of coal buried deep within.
If social media leaves you feeling somewhat empty, you may find "Social Media Isn't Social" an interesting read.
"The Faithful" covers two epic, overlapping stories of two men who made Tucson what it is today.
A new book about the soul-healing power of physical illness by Sezin Aksoy.
Noir writer switches gears with hard-boiled Lake Superior detective novel and gets noticed by Indie book awards.
Patriot plot to rid DC of corrupt politicians unfolds in ‘Justified Sedition’.
‘I Came -I Stayed’ encourages readers to chase their dreams, conquer their fears.
The new book ‘Latvia Matters’ uses stories about author’s adventures mixed with timeless lessons.
Alexander Rodionov & Maya Krivchenia shares an informative and enjoyable guide to enjoying the historical and cultural wealth of the world’s largest country.
In this new book released by Dog Ear Publishing, author Lyle A. George introduces the idea of a prison for men who cannot be rehabilitated by traditional incarceration, a prison that covers hundreds of miles of heavily forested land.
December 21st - the winter solstice - is officially "Celebrate Short Fiction" Day.
Lisa Lynn's book The Metabolism Solution, which will be re-launched by Next Century Publishing in April.