MORE THAN A MEMORY: THE CANDACE KATE STORY By Nancy Fileccia
This is a powerful story of a family that deals with a tragic illness of one of their children.
A MOMENT OF QUIET IS NOTHING TO FEAR
By Christine Gardner/Illustrated by Kristin Abbott
Every modern parent knows the drill – there’s school, soccer practice, dance lessons, violin lessons, play dates, boy/girl scouts, homework, and, and, and…until it reaches a point that the activities of your children are one big blur, requiring a full-time scheduler and taxi driver. Into this chaos
LONG THE FORTUNE TRAIL
By Harvey Goodman
A delight to read from top to bottom, Goodman shows a terrific feel for the old West, capturing moments and an era that once lived, and lives again in his prose.
THE COURT-MARTIAL OF CHARLIE NEWELL – A NOVEL
Wednesday January 7th, 2009
chronicles the Job-like travails of a North Carolina sharecropper who runs afoul of the military’s love of orders and procedure.
The Beach Boys: The Definitive Diary of America’s Greatest Band
Monday, November 13, 2006
The meticulously-chronicled day-to-day story of one of pop music’s most enduring groups...
Life Is A Foreign Language
Tuesday, November 14, 2006
Author Rayne Golay offers the intriguing story of a 59-year-old woman who discovers that her life is just beginning...
The Enemy’s Within
Tuesday, November 14, 2006
A slim punk rock memoir of sorts, composed of four novellas which tell the semi-autobiographical story of Jimmy Reject - aka James Harrington, who survived substance abuse, mental illness and a modestly-successful career as a professional musician to write this book...
Off The Record
Monday, November 20, 2006
The rise and fall of a fictional rock band is a compelling page-turner....
THE OTHERS AT MONTICELLO- VOL. II
Wednesday, December 13, 2006
A look at the life and time of Thomas Jefferson, the era of slavery and the development of the United States...