The Microdose Diet: The 90 Day Plan for More Success, Passion and Happiness

Microdose psychedelics safely and strategically to reach your goals. MORE! The Microdose Diet is your 90-day plan to uplevel your life. Who wouldn’t want MORE out of their life? More success, more money, more happiness, more passion. For most of us, though, this MORE is elusive. No matter how hard you’ve tried, you never seem to get there; there is …

Molly and the Twin Towers

Life in lower Manhattan is normal for Molly, her dads, and younger sister. But on September 11, 2001, everything changes. Molly and her younger sister, Adeline, are at school when the first plane hits the World Trade Center. When the Twin Towers fall, the city is thrown into chaos. Papa, a pilot, is flying, Dad can’t be reached, and Gran, …

Common Ground: Second Language Acquisition Theory Goes to the Classroom

“Common Ground is accessible to teachers at all levels yet firmly rooted in current questions of second language acquisition (SLA). One of its primary strengths is the authors themselves, both of whom are accomplished language teachers who understand the challenges and opportunities in communication-focused language teaching. Their experience, expertise, insight, and enthusiasm for language teaching translate into a book that …

Threshold: How Smart Homes Change Us Inside and Out

An urgent and cautionary examination of the totalizing effect of smart home technology on the lives of those who live in them—and those who don’t Smart homes are here—domestic spaces bristling with networked technologies that appear to enhance work, entertainment, logistics, health, and security. But these technologies may also extract a cost in attention, money, and privacy. In Threshold, communication …

Murder in Yellowstone

Murder, blackmail, and a female werewolf running loose in Yellowstone Park Private investigator Sara Flores has found a lot of missing women since she was turned werewolf. But this case is a mess. A young woman has disappeared. She was seeking evidence her father was murdered 11 years ago… That he didn’t die in a Wyoming snowstorm because he was …

Who is a Worthy Mother

Nearly every person in the United States is affected by adoption. Adoption practices are woven into the fabric of American society and reflect how our nation values human beings, particularly mothers. In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, the renewed debate over women’s reproductive rights places an even greater emphasis on adoption. As a …

Doctor Stone

A decade ago, a tragic surgery forever altered the lives of Dr. Jackie Stone and Sarah Taylor. Haunted by the loss of that patient, Dr. Stone has since immersed herself in her work, believing that if she stays busy, she can escape the pain of her past. Sarah Taylor, now a determined intern at Manhattan’s prestigious Watson Memorial Hospital, finds …

Forgetting the Lost

Most children are afraid of the dark. She knows better. Six-year-old Madeline Galloway knows she’s unlikeable. Unlovable. Uncanny. But when she encounters a strange man she believes to be a fallen angel, will her abilities save her life—or ruin it? Set in coastal North Carolina in the 1940s, this powerful novella can be enjoyed as a standalone, or as a …

Unruly Figures

A fascinating look at the lives of twenty rebels and rule-breakers throughout history and what made their contributions to society—in science, politics, art, and more—transformative. By the author and host of the popular Unruly Figures Substack newsletter and podcast. Unruly Figures gives you access to the lives and often untold stories of twenty of history’s most fascinating individuals. Of all …

Werewolf PI Seeks Missing Mom

“I want my mom back for Mother’s Day,” says a 12-year-old girl. Taking this case will cause problems for private investigator (and secret werewolf) Sara Flores. Problems with an evil man who thinks of women like property. Problems with a Sheriff who Sara barely escaped before. Problems with memories of her own mother. Could she turn the case down? Not …

Remote and Hybrid Work – What Everyone Needs to Know

In Remote and Hybrid Work: What Everyone Needs to Know®, Barbara Z. Larson addresses key questions regarding the contemporary workplace: what is the difference between virtual work and remote work? How common is remote work, and what changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Is there a particular type of person who is better suited for remote work? What are the …

Off Earth: Ethical Questions and Quandries for Living in Outer Space

Can we do better in space than we’ve done here on Earth? We’ve pinpointed the destination, refined the technology, designed the habitat. Are we forgetting something? A timely reminder that it’s not just rocket science, this book explores the all-too-human issues raised by the prospect of settling in outer space. Accordingly, her work highlights the complex ethical challenges that accompany …

Security Chaos Engineering: Sustaining Resilience in Software and Systems

Cybersecurity is broken. Year after year, attackers remain unchallenged and undeterred, while engineering teams feel pressure to design, build, and operate “secure” systems. Failure can’t be prevented, mental models of systems are incomplete, and our digital world constantly evolves. How can we verify that our systems behave the way we expect? What can we do to improve our systems’ resilience? …

192 Days Missing

When a billionaire wants you dead… how do you survive? Alaska Brown hasn’t been seen since she disappeared from a casino parking lot. The cops say she left willingly. The FBI isn’t looking. Private investigator Sara Flores has found nine missing people since she was turned into a werewolf. Her secret gives her an edge, but in this case it …

Navigating Life with Multiple Sclerosis

This book will serve as a practical guide for meeting the challenges of this life-long disease. MS may cause a myriad of symptoms and varies greatly from person to person. The authors demystify MS and offer practical solutions and guidance based upon their extensive combined clinical and research experience. The book tackles many of the common symptoms experienced by the …

If This Is Love

1870. The onset of the Gilded Age. Times are changing, and so are the ideals centered around women, but Kat Darlington’s troubles go much deeper than the world’s inequality, and they occur closer to home. One of five sisters in an affluent Manhattan family, Kat is a passionate young artist who yearns for adventure and a world where women have …

Poster Girl by Shelley Blanton Stroud

Poster Girl

It’s 1942. America’s at war. Cynical young gossip columnist Jane Benjamin joins FDR’s Office of War Information propaganda unit, aiming to replace big league gossip queen Hedda Hopper and get syndicated across the country. Jane scours the shipyard for a picture perfect Wendy-the-Welder poster girl to boost ship production by coaxing women into the workforce and to get her own …

Werewolf for Hire

Will her first case be her last? Book One (novella) of the Sara Flores, Werewolf P.I. Series Lillian Knudsen, a war vet, amputee, and local shooting range owner, has someone out to kill her, but she’s clueless as to who. Thankfully, she isn’t clueless about where to turn for help. Werewolf Sara Flores got her P.I. license for one reason …

The Artifice of Intelligence

AI is becoming ubiquitous. Whatever its arrival portends for our future, whether riches or ruin, it cannot be avoided. The Artifice of Intelligence explores two questions at the heart of a theological response to AI. Is it possible for human beings to have authentic relationships with an AI? How does the increasing presence of AI change the way humans relate …

Why Tammy Wynette Matters

With hits such as “Stand By Your Man” and “Golden Ring,” Tammy Wynette was an icon of American domesticity and femininity. But there were other sides to the first lady of country. Steacy Easton places the complications of Wynette’s music and her biography in sharp-edged relief, exploring how she made her sometimes-tumultuous life into her work, a transformation that was …

Mass Shootings

Mass Shootings in America

This work examines mass shootings in the United States, focusing on events from 1966 to 2016. In addition to providing essential information about each shooting, it surveys underlying causes of such events and potential reforms to prevent future ones. This book is an informed and informative resource for understanding the reasons for and consequences of mass shootings in America. It …

Sisters of the Sweetwater Fury

Great Lakes galley cook Sunny Colvin has her hands full feeding a freighter crew seven days a week, nine months a year. She also has a dream—to open a restaurant back home—but knows she’d never convince her husband, the steward, to leave the seafaring life he loves. In Sunny’s Lake Huron hometown, her sister, Agnes Inby, mourns her husband, a …

Holistic Homesteading

“For those interested in living off their land and starting a homesteading lifestyle, this book does a great job providing practical tips, recipes, and inspiration to get started on a sustainable path.” —Loni Wetherell, Library Journal #1 Best Seller in Greenhouses, Sewing, Energy, House Plans, and Container Gardening Make healthier life choices to heal yourself and the environment through self-sufficiency. …

My Alien Life

A sassy and sweet coming-of-age story full of laughter, tears, and everyday strangeness. “My mother was a no-nonsense woman. If it wasn’t in the Bible or on Jerry Springer, then it couldn’t happen. Of course, there’s a lot of freaky stuff in the Good Book, with ladders to heaven and angels with animal faces and such. And crazy, muckraking talk …

Comes the Warrior

When Lambs of Light pray intensely, the power doesn’t just form a halo; it opens a Portal of Light to other worlds. However, the same can be true for Dark Soldiers; their Doors of Despair open to other worlds, and one of them is Earth. The Angel of the Lord warned Reverend Atticus Jordan that the war was coming to …

The Gecko without an Echo

In a hollowed tree, in the woods, by the bay, lived Earl the Squirrel and Tim the Gecko. With his best friend right beside him, Tim wandered through the forest, calling out high and low – hoping to hear his echo. But sometimes what we are looking for is right in front of us! Let’s find out how Tim discovered …

Tomboy audiobook cover

Tomboy

Jane’s got five days at sea to solve the murder of a Wimbledon champion’s coach and write a gossip column that tells the truth, if not the facts. It’s 1939, the brink of World War II. Jane Benjamin wants to have it all. By day she hustles as a scruffy, tomboy cub reporter. By night she secretly struggles to raise …

Bewitched Christmas

Witch-napped from a Florida vacation! Camille’s been unwillingly drafted to help prevent a Christmas catastrophe in snowy Hidden Haven. Magic from the annual Spirit of Christmas Ball keeps the town hidden from humans for the rest of the year, but the magic from the ball can’t be captured without the town’s holiday cheer vessel: a wand that adorns the town’s …

Candy Cane Conspiracy

A witch’s destiny denied. Fate made Trixie a hunter of devilish demons, except…demons aren’t devilish, and Trixie’s not hunting them. She gave that future the boot. But by denying her supposed destiny, she inherits a problem. Furred, feathered, and scaled, the creatures have invaded her life. She’s being pranked by furry fairies, stalked by mini-devils, and harassed by the messy …

Twinkles Takes a Holiday

An evil genius threatens Christmas. His name is Twinkles. Furry and full of himself, Twinkles the cat takes self-interest to a new level. Not a huge problem…until he disappears, turns himself into a human, and maybe kills a few of Santa’s reindeer. Star and Ben never dreamed cat-sitting could be this difficult. But things only get worse as more (reindeer) …