Authentic Educational Leadership in Schools by Dr. Ross H. Millikan
Education’s importance cannot be stressed enough. But what if the foundations of education have become eroded by materialism? In Authentic Educational Leadership in Schools, Dr. Ross H. Millikan exhorts teachers, school administrators, and decision makers to place importance in a values-based educational program that would develop and instill reason and integrity, intellect and morality, caring and sharing in students.
The Imaginarium Machine
In this sci-fi thriller from author and game designer John Adrian Tomlin, Ben gets the idea to talk and interact with his comatose father through the latest video gaming console, the Imaginarium Machine. Things go wrong when a terrorist group hacks into the networks and takes gamers, including Ben, hostage. Will this be the end for Ben, or can someone else save the day?
History of the Pennsylvania Grape Industry by Carl William Haeseler, Ph. D
PitchFest NY '12 - Jimmy Holcomb (A Good Man)
Seth Nelson has everything he could ask for—except Cassie Wells. They fall in love after their first meeting, but time after time, situations and circumstances get in the way of their “happily ever after” ending. Will they find true love in the end, or will they go their separate ways? Find out in Jimmy Holcomb’s novel, A Good Man.
Did We Create God? by JOACHIM ONYEAKOR
“There is no better time than the present to begin to enrich your spiritual understanding and your faith.” In Joachim Onyeakor’s, Did We Create God?, he examines and exposes religious scams that prey on people and their faith and hopes that it becomes a guide for readers to build their faith on the most universal religious principle of all: love.
In Duncy, author Dave Hamilton paints a poignant picture of Diddy, a boy who is unloved and unwanted and abused. Diddy absorbs a lifetime of cruel treatment from an unlikely source—his own mother. Will he grow up a mere reflection of his upbringing? Or will he be untainted by it and forgive the person who deserves it least?
In Feelings Poetry: From the Heart, poet Gary Mclauchlan shares his reflections on the enigmatic—love, faith, and family relationships—as well as the mundane, and reinterprets how most people would view them. The results are transcendent and provocative. Through this collection, Gary invites readers to look at everything around them in a new way.
Ragtime for the Rockies by Karl A. Lamb
The Roaring Twenties was about jazz music, the flapper fashion, and the Prohibition. But it also represented the poignant divide between generations and the conflict of cultures, moral values, and beliefs. In Ragtime for the Rockies, author and retired professor Karl A. Lamb offers readers a glimpse of how ragtime music became the flash point for these differing ideals to collide.
Telaria River is an exciting tale that takes readers on a fantastic voyage of discovery, appreciation of one’s heritage, and understanding of the value of friendship, loyalty, and perseverance. Written for preteen and YA readerships, author Jeff Knowles has created a picture par excellence, incorporating imaginative photo-illustrations and making the reading experience vividly colorful and thoroughly enjoyable.
PitchFest NY '12 - John G. Morgan (The Soldier Wore Blue)
The chance to discover a treasure chest of family histories is irresistible, especially if what is found turns out to be contrary to common knowledge. In John G. Morgan’s historical chronicle about his great-grandfather, William Hunter, who participated in the American Civil War as, albeit reluctantly—and surprisingly, a Union soldier.