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    Ebook by Zacharias O'Bryan

    Do parallel worlds exist? Searching for proof, Professors Rodger & Cassie Swift vanish. Kestrelle, a spirit-like girl claiming to know their fate, tells their son Braden he must brave a whitewater tooth-sprouting river into a land where wise vultures predict the future and blue minds inhabit lava caves. Only two powers can help: Kestrelle's Blood Thorn and Braden's vine-painted guitar.

    Zacharias O'Bryan’s novel Spirit Thorn: A Tale of Parallel Worlds unifies spiritual ethics with both ecological mandates and the mind-bending cosmology of cutting-edge physics. Written as a science-fiction/fantasy adventure, Spirit Thorn captures seekers of all ages, from precocious ten-year-olds to questing adults.

    About the Author

    For half a century Zacharias O'Bryan has fueled his listeners' imaginations with his stage plays, his fireside tales and his songs of adventure. The grass-grown, tumbled stone castles of Ireland, the dark-chambered Toltec tombs of southern Mexico, the Anasazi cliff dwellings of the American Southwest—these are lands that speak to O'Bryan.

    Mr. O'Bryan resides in Ashland, Oregon, with his wife Diane. He can be counted upon to say yes to most hikes in the wilderness or evenings with a bottle, a song and a friend. His new book, The Cyclops' Eye, is expected in 2013.


    Price: $3.99 

    Ebook by Robert Wisehart

    Sam Houston stares down the political opposition with his trademark fortitude and courage in Robert Wisehart’s riveting historical novel The Lion at Bay. A sequel to Born for the Storm, this book continues the saga of one of the United States’ most colorful heroes by focusing on Houston’s later years, beginning with the death of his father figure and dear friend, Andrew Jackson. As Texas joins the US, Houston is elected first as a senator and then governor. As rumors of secession begin to plague the country prior to the Civil War, Houston shows dogged determination and political savvy as he maneuvers to keep Texas out of the Confederacy, something that ultimately costs him the governorship. Enduring assassination attempts, political foes, defeat and more, Houston tries desperately to lead his beloved Texas and stand his ground. History comes alive in this entertaining depiction of Houston’s life.

    About the Author

    Robert Wisehart is the author of two Sam Houston novels, Born for the Storm and The Lion at Bay. A native of Indianapolis, Indiana, Wisehart is a former award-winning journalist who worked as a reporter and columnist for newspapers in Florida, North Carolina, Louisiana, and California. His work has appeared in more than 30 magazines and 200 newspapers. He has written speeches, ghosted books, and, as a restaurant critic, routinely ate too much and attempted to regurgitate the experience in words. Moving often and traveling wisely, Wisehart lives with his wife, Dana, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he works on his next novel and plays enthusiastic tennis.
    Price: $4.99 

    Ebook by Barney Kamp

    Computing for Seniors is written for seniors, by a senior. When Barney Kamp began teaching at Calvin College, he developed a course outline to fit a ten-session period of computer classes. He later realized while teaching at a retirement community that a much broader computer course was needed to address both new and semi-experienced users. Starting from square one, this helpful guide shows seniors how to use Microsoft Windows 8 to send and receive emails, write notes and letters to friends, browse the Web, and even use a computer to pay bills. Written in plain language, not technical jargon, Computing for Seniors is an easy-to-use guide to the world of computing.

    About the Author

    When Barney Kamp began teaching at the Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning at Calvin College, he developed a course outline to fit a ten-session period of classes that involved the use of specific computer programs. He later realized while teaching at Waterford Place, a retirement community in Jenison, MI, that a much broader computer course was needed that would address both new and semi-experienced users. Barney is a strong advocate of computer use among seniors, not only because he feels that they should use computers, but also because they need them in order to keep cognitive skills alive and well.
    Price: $9.99 

    Ebook by Richart B. Cathcart

    Walt Disney popularized imagineering—a combination of "imagination" and "engineering"—to describe the design and development of functional, visionary public places. California is home to some of these projects, including one of the United States' most iconic landmarks: the Golden Gate Bridge. In Macro-Imagineering Coastal California's 21st Century Prosperity, macro-engineer Richard B. Cathcart examines a proposed imagineering project by famed space artist Chesley Bonestell that would forever change the aesthetics of California's coast. Cathcart explores gigantic jetties, megaports, aqueducts and superscale art installations. Learn what it takes to make imagination become reality in this unique exploration of the California coast.

    About the Author

    Richard B. Cathcart is a geographer specializing in macro-engineering and founder of the GEOGRAPHOS consulting group. He has authored two ebooks, Macro-Engineering the North Atlantic to Prevent Another Titanic and Macro-Engineering Space for Aliens and Humans, as well as many papers and articles dealing with novel aspects of superscale engineering and astroengineering projects. His current research interests include the history of anthropogeomorphology and terraforming.

    Price: $4.99 

    Ebook by Paul Duginski

    Veteran political cartoonist Paul Duginski sets his sights on the Tea Party in this collection of his irreverent handiwork. Duginski depicts the Tea Party faithful, their leaders, and just who is behind the scenes of this populist movement. He posits the reason this group has been able to gain such traction and addresses their recent forays into politics, including the failed American Jobs Act, the never-ending supply of Republican 2012 presidential nominees, and supporting GOP leaders such as Newt Gingrich, Grover Norquist, and Mitt Romney. Each cartoon includes commentary about the surrounding background and political issues. This ebook is a great addition to any political humor bookshelf.

    About the Author

    Paul Duginski has been an ink-stained newspaper cartoonist for 36 years. He has worked as a graphic artist and art director at California newspapers and freelanced cartoons for papers up and down the West Coast. His cartoons have appeared in the McClatchy Bee newspapers, the San Francisco Examiner, San Jose Mercury News, Los Angeles Times, and Sacramento Union, among others. They’ve also appeared in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, magazines, and textbooks.

    Price: $4.99 

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