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Traditional publishing company located in Oregon, USA. Offering: mystery, suspense, thriller, historical fiction, humor, memoir, biography. Imprints include: West Wind Press, White Parrot Press and our hybrid divisions: Fireside Press, Christopher Matthews Publishing, Soul Fire Press.

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Luglio 2022 Pacchetto

Omaggio terminato: 25 luglio alle ore 06:00 pm EDT

The Forgotten Artist — the inspiring life story of trailblazing female artist Evylena Nunn Miller

Evylena Nunn Miller was an accomplished plein air landscape artist and former Bowers Museum affiliate. Throughout her life, Evylena’s passion was for creating art and the ways in which she elevated other female artists.

Much of the evidence of women's struggle for recognition in the arts has disappeared and so have those who have taken part in them. In the 21st Century, with women comprising 50 percent of the professional artists, we cannot afford to neglect the achievement of this segment of the population.

Leslie Compton introduces you to one of those women, her Great-Aunt, Evylena Nunn Miller through her new book, The Forgotten Artist.

Evylena Nunn Miller was born on July 4, 1888, in Mayfield, Kansas relocating to Santa Ana, California with her family in 1903. Maturing as an accomplished painter, she became a leader among her contemporaries, eager to help artists by establishing scholarships, creating new venues for exhibitions, lecturing, teaching and lending impetus to women's organizations so they would be recognized among the male dominated artistic community.

Among her many achievements, Evylena became the youngest artist to have a painting accepted by the Smithsonian Institution.

Evylena's landscapes were her view of the world. Her life force was her faith and her paintings were acts of faith as you will see through the many photographs of her art in The Forgotten Artist.

Biography / Women Artists / 1920s / American painters / Full Color / 374 pages /

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Aprile 2022 Pacchetto

Omaggio terminato: 25 aprile alle 06:00 pm EDT

For readers of military thrillers and espionage, satire, dark humor, and geopolitical intrigue

“An all too real finale to the Gisawi Chronicles. A cautionary tale about nation-building run amok. Fiction often gets to a higher truth. The Third Force proves it.” — Kevin Maurer, NY Times Bestselling co-author of No Easy Day

The Dramatic Conclusion to the Gisawi Chronicles

Louie realizes he is a pawn in someone else's game, and must race to discover the truth before it turns deadly for those he most wants to protect.

In the final chapter, the Democratic Republic of Gisawi holds historic elections after a popular uprising ousts the county's former dictator. Someone claiming to be the infamous warlord Daniel Odoki has returned to lead a rebel army that threatens to disrupt the fragile democracy and overrun the strategic outpost of Kiskow. With the garrison under siege, a mysterious third force wages a shadow war against Odoki's rebels. Meanwhile, superpower rivals scheme to sway the presidential election, hoping to claim their share of the prize: access to the county's vast mineral deposits.

When a mysterious bombing kills a leading presidential candidate, the county's corrupt former intelligence chief, Emanuel Sekibo, becomes the new front-runner. However, his prospects dim when Colonel Louie Bigombe emerges as a surprise candidate, though it's unclear who's behind his campaign and why. 

As Louie realizes that he's become a pawn in someone else's game, he must race to discover the truth before it turns deadly for those he most wants to protect. In the end, he must confront painful secrets from his past and discover the truth behind a family saga that is inseparably linked to his nation's history.

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June 2021 Pacchetto

Omaggio terminato: 28 giugno alle 06:00 pm EDT

Offering Ebook: epub, mobi, PDF, in exchange for an HONEST reviewWhere I'm Bound, a stunning and engaging Civil War novel, was the first novel (in 2000) to focus solely on the soldiers of an African American regiment. Throughout the war, more than 180,000 African-American men fought for the Union Army. Many were escaped slaves, others were freed men; yet all voluntarily enlisted for one cause: freedom. For the first time in fiction, their experiences are successfully portrayed in a manner befitting the grandeur and scope of their contributions. Inspired by the true story of a black cavalry unit in Mississippi, renowned African-American historian Allen Ballard weaves factual events with the fictional account of an escaped slave, Joe Duckett, who flees to join the Northern Army. When Duckett escapes his life of bondage to become a cavalry scout, he grows to be more than a free man-he becomes a hero. Duckett and his hard-riding regiment roam the Mississippi Delta, freeing slaves and keeping vital waterways open for the Union. As the war approaches its final, tragic days, Duckett embarks on his most dangerous mission yet: to return to the plantation from which he escaped in order to reunite with his wife and daughter. More than just an account of Civil War, Where I'm Bound is an affecting portrayal of the psychological effects of war. Through the character Duckett, some of war's greatest tragedies are painfully evoked-the agonizing separation from family, the horrendous mission of having to kill another man, and the cruelty and moral corruption that occur when men's passions are their greatest weapons against one another. This story of one man's ability to meet such overwhelming challenges brings to life the noble fight for freedom as displayed by African-American soldiers as well as the effects of the fight on an entire country and culture. Where I'm Bound is a striking blend of historical fact and dramatic storytelling brilliantly illustrating the accomplishments of African-American Civil War soldiers. Where I'm Bound is destined to become a classic novel of the Civil War.
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August 2019 Pacchetto: 2 Libri Offerti

Omaggio terminato: 26 agosto alle ore 06:00 pm EDT

Uncorrected ARC Copy - in exchange for an honest review EBOOK format: EPUB, Kindle MOBI, PDF formats Military / Political / Satire In the tradition of writers such as Joseph Heller, Kurt Vonnegut and Evelyn Waugh, War Under the Mango Tree exposes the absurdities of modern warfare as it intersects with media culture, technology, politics and big business. The result is a darkly painted satire of war, money and corruption on the far flung reaches of Pax Americana. At a remote military camp in Africa a small detachment of American soldiers and their local allies wage a high-tech manhunt to neutralize the notorious warlord Daniel Odoki and defeat his rebel army. As the quixotic campaign unfolds, a cast of glory seeking generals, rapacious mercenaries and corrupt government officials are determined to finish off Odoki, though each for different reasons. Meanwhile, a hapless band of compatriots, pawns in a mysterious shadow war, race to discover the truth about Odoki before it’s too late. - - - - - - - *Publisher will notify WINNERS by email, prior to book being delivered. - - - - - - -
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Serie: The Peaks Saga (5)
Uncorrected ARC Copy - in exchange for an honest review EBOOK format: EPUB, Kindle MOBI, PDF formats Book 5, The Peaks Saga Series Annemarie Parker has traveled far in space and time to find her unknown father. Now she wonders what to make of him, and where to take her life next. She desperately wants to find this fountain in the desert that her mother talks about, but when GAP-crosser Celestia tries to take her and her parents there, something goes terribly wrong. - - - - - - - *Publisher will notify WINNERS by email, prior to book being delivered. - - - - - - - "...Narnia's love child meets Doctor Who..." --The Cat That Reads "...a page turner!" --Judith Seidel "I remember fondly reading The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe when I was in middle school. The Peaks at the Edge of the World has a similar mix of fantasy and adventure with a moral tale at its center. This is a book that's appropriate for a younger audience than most sci fi/fantasy novels. Enjoy the read!" --Kathy Dunnehoff Zola Award-winning Women's Fiction Writer
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April 2019 Pacchetto: 2 Libri Offerti

Omaggio terminato: 29 aprile alle 06:00 pm EDT

PILOTVIEW WAS A QUIET, PEACEFUL TOWN where nothing much happened...until now. Shelly Gale dreaded the phone call she had to make. Her student, Tucker, was falling behind in school, and his parents needed to know about it. The phone rang. Finally, she heard someone pick up but could barely hear him speaking.'Hello? Tucker? Is that you? Why are you whispering?' 'Oh, Miss Gale'he said, his voice interrupted with huge sobs and hiccupping'please come and help me. There's...' Shelly heard the click of his phone hanging up. 'Tucker? Tucker!' As a series of shocking events unfold, Shelly finds herself entangled in the search for answers. Why is someone targeting Tucker's family? What could a twelve-year-old have done to bring such terror to his home? What evil is plaguing the Irvins and turning Pilotview upside down? A Vengeful Spirit is a fast-paced and thrilling suspense novel that will keep readers busy turning pages as they follow Shelly in her perilous quest to uncover the truth. Ebook downloads available in all formats (epub, mobi, PDF) for all electronic devices
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Kilpatrick's debut novel, "Off the Record," introduces us to Shae Rose, a feisty and loveable court reporter who lifts the veiled curtain, offering a unique and entertaining peek into the secretive world of deposition court reporting. - - - All of that changes when Shae finds herself embroiled in a case involving a wealthy prominent local family. At first the case appears straightforward, but the court reporter soon discovers dark secrets lay just beneath the sheen of the family's polished exterior. Her troubles begin after taking possession of an unusual deposition exhibit. Intrusions and personal attacks ensue, confirming a horrible truth: Shae has become the unwitting central player in events that have been forty years in the making. It doesn't take long for Shae to realize that someone is willing to do anything to keep the truth from being revealed. With her career and her very life on the line, she accepts the aid of the handsome Sergeant Jackson Landers. As his investigation heats up, so does Shae's attraction to Jax, as he's known by his friends. But can she reveal her suspicions to him? Will Shae be able to protect herself and those she loves, help solve a mystery, while maintaining her mandated professional confidentiality? Ebook downloads available in all formats (epub, mobi, PDF) for all electronic devices
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March 2019 Pacchetto

Omaggio terminato: 25 marzo alle ore 06:00 pm EDT

Serie: The Peaks Saga (4)
Thirty Years Later... Ginna and Dany have been back from their time travels with Jon, Jale, and Martina for almost thirty years. Danny has settled into a normal twenty-first century life. But Ginna, nothing has been 'normal' since her return -- for she discovered she was pregnant, with no idea who could be the father of her child. Then Celestia, daughter of Jon and Martina, appears from the GAP, to take Ginna, and her daughter, Annemarie, to the future, hopting to help them find answers to their many questions. * * * “...start with a religious/fantasy base, then adds a dollop of ‘A Wrinkle in Time’, mixed in a sprinkling of ‘Narnia’ and spice it up with a little romance.” “...mix of fantasy and adventure with a moral tale at its center... appropriate for a younger audience.” —Kathy Dunhoff, Zola Award-winning Women’s Fiction Writer “M.F. Erler is an intriguing story-teller. The Peaks at the Edge of the World was hard to put down. I had many sleepless nights because I couldn’t wait to find out what happened next!”
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October 2018 Pacchetto

Omaggio terminato: 29 agosto alle ore 06:00 pm EDT

EBOOK ONLY: PDF, Kindle MOBI, EPUB: in exchange for a review on Amazon, Library Thing, blog. MEMOIR: DEATH & DYING, CAREGIVING That's Just the Way Life Is... details the journey my father and I traveled as he battled prostate cancer while weaving through memories of happier times. The physical, emotional and medical situations we encountered are explored in detail. This memoir was written for those who have lost a loved one, those who are caregivers and those who are training to be caregivers.  At the conclusion are discussion suggestions to be used in a group situation to prepare them for their journey ahead.
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September 2018 Pacchetto: 3 Libri Offerti

Omaggio terminato: 24 settembre alle 06:00 pm EDT

DIGITAL EBOOK ONLY: EPUB, KINDLE MOBI, or PDF In exchange for a review on Amazon, LibraryThing and/or blog A True Tale of Love, War, and the Army “The people were loyal, went without food so we could eat, and suffered torture and death at times to protect us. I wouldn’t be alive today if it weren’t for their support. Certainly our guerrilla action couldn’t have succeeded without them.” - Arthur Philip Murphy, 18 August 1964 Following the surrender on Bataan, 1942, brutal Japanese captors marched these poor unfortunates sixty-eight miles in the blazing sun, without food or water, north toward a filthy prison at Camp O’Donnell. Without weapons and without hope, the prisoners could only put one foot in front of the other and try to keep up. Thousands never made it. As the grim enemy occupation took shape in mid-1942, approximately one hundred Americans remained loose in North Luzon. Some had fled into the jungle at the time of the surrender on Bataan. Others had managed to escape from the Death March. A few had gotten away from the hell that was Camp O’Donnell. Those who never reached Bataan had disappeared into the mountains. Gradually a few leaders emerged among them, and the guerrilla movement was born. Over the next three years, right under the noses of the Japanese occupation forces, the movement grew as disparate pockets of American and Filipino guerrillas were organized into an army totaling more than 22,000 men, poised to attack the hated enemy from the rear when General MacArthur finally made good on his promise.
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Serie: The Peaks Saga (3)
EBOOK ONLY: PDF, Kindle MOBI, EPUB: in exchange for a review on Amazon, Library Thing, blog. TEEN / YOUNG ADULT Ginna and Danny have been back from the future for almost four years, but things are falling apart for them again. Then time-travelers Jon and Jael arrive with a big surprise, taking them into their parallel universe and their own personal lives—where Jon, Jael, and Martina are out of choices. As they flee their homes on planet Terres, they are told to search for a mysterious planet called Maia. But no one seems to know where it is, or if it even exists. As they travel through uncharted space, they encounter many ways of life, but none of them seems to provide any of the answers they seek. And they aren’t the only ones looking for it. The longer they search, the more they encounter mysterious dark forces and threats. As the truth of these forces and their schemes unfold, the trio falls into a deadly struggle for their very lives. They begin to wonder if their journey will ever reach an end, or if the journey itself is the only thing that is real. *** “...a page turner!” —Judith Seidel “I remember fondly reading The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe when I was in middle school. The Peaks [Saga] has a similar mix of fantasy and adventure with a moral tale at its center. This is a book that's appropriate for a younger audience than most sci fi/fantasy novels. Enjoy the read!” —Kathy Dunhoff, Zola Award-winning Women’s Fiction Writer
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Serie: The Peaks Saga (2)
EBOOK ONLY: PDF, Kindle MOBI, EPUB: in exchange for a review on Amazon, Library Thing, blog. TEEN / YOUNG ADULT On the distant planet of Terres, far in the future, a young boy, Jael, finds his family being torn apart by dark forces of the Galactic System. Raised by his mother, and older siblings, who believe in a distant ruler called the True King, he soon finds himself alone in a world that is falling apart. Now he must put his trust in a stranger named Jon, who claims he has the ability to cut across space and time-by Crossing the GAP. Jael convinces Jon to take him across their planet toward the mountain peaks at the edge of their world in order to help him find his runaway sister, Martina. But Martina has become possessed by the dark forces of the Redlarks, people who live in the Wilds. Will Jon and Jael be able to release her, and escape to a better place? This book asks “What if Christianity were to survive into the distant future?” Would this ancient religion have any meaning in a complex, future technology? What would life be like for a tiny remnant who are severely persecuted, and trying to cling to ‘Old Ways’? * * * “...mix of fantasy and adventure with a moral tale at its center... appropriate for a younger audience” —Kathy Dunhoff, Zola Award-Winning Women’s Fiction Writer “M.F. Erler is an intriguing story-teller. The Peaks at the Edge of the World was hard to put down. I had many sleepless nights because I couldn’t wait to find out what happened next!”
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Fiction and Literature
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August 2018 Pacchetto

Omaggio terminato: 27 agosto alle ore 06:00 pm EDT

Serie: The Peaks Saga (1)
DIGITAL EBOOK ONLY: EPUB, KINDLE MOBI, or PDF In exchange for a review on Amazon, LibraryThing and/or blog On the distant planet of Terres, far in the future, a young boy, Jael, finds his family being torn apart by dark forces of the Galactic System. Raised by his mother, and older siblings, who believe in a distant ruler called the True King, he soon finds himself alone in a world that is falling apart. Now he must put his trust in a stranger named Jon, who claims he has the ability to cut across space and time-by Crossing the GAP. Jael convinces Jon to take him across their planet toward the mountain peaks at the edge of their world in order to help him find his runaway sister, Martina. But Martina has become possessed by the dark forces of the Redlarks, people who live in the Wilds. Will Jon and Jael be able to release her, and escape to a better place? This book asks "What if Christianity were to survive into the distant future?" Would this ancient religion have any meaning in a complex, future technology? What would life be like for a tiny remnant who are severely persecuted, and trying to cling to 'Old Ways'? * * * "M.F. Erler is an intriguing story-teller. 'The Peaks at the Edge of the World' was hard to put down.  I had many sleepless nights because I couldn't wait to find out what happened next!"
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June 2018 Pacchetto

Omaggio terminato: 25 giugno alle 06:00 pm EDT

DIGITAL EBOOK ONLY: EPUB, KINDLE MOBI, or PDF In exchange for a review on Amazon, LibraryThing and/or blog A funny thing happened on my way to growing older. I came into my White Chair Days. One enters into the White Chair Day zone only after an amusing and sometimes painful voyage through life’s milestones. When you look for and enjoy the humor as you transition from one phase of life to another, reaching your White Chair Days will defy expectations, and life will be anything but dull. 40 Humorous true stories of those who have entered into their White Chair Days. - - - Joni Jesme is a mom, writer, and creative soul with wet feet, dirty hands, and is currently working on her 4th cup of coffee. She is employed in the creative world of marketing.
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March 2018 Pacchetto

Omaggio terminato: 26 marzo alle ore 06:00 pm EDT

DIGITAL EBOOK ONLY: EPUB, KINDLE MOBI, or PDF In exchange for a review on Amazon, LibraryThing and/or blog Betrayal, the barrel of a gun, and a jail cell. A true story fraught with drama, wrapped in humor, and filled with the miraculous intervention of God. FOREWORD by Mark Hubbell, Northwest Area Director, Prison Fellowship Because she refused to testify against her husband for actions she had already forgiven, Diana Weinberger, a former missionary was incarcerated in an Idaho jail — a jail in which she had volunteered for a year in prison ministry! Diana's marriage was on the rocks. Years of wandering from her Christian roots had led this former YWAM missionary down paths she would later regret. She and her husband, both successful career professionals, divided their time between the world of work and the world of play a world of bikers and wild parties. By day, Diana was a respected court reporter, her husband, Larry, the owner of a flourishing dental laboratory. But weekends had them on the road with questionable companions and too much alcohol. Lonely and desperate, Diana made a choice one night that would haunt her and lead to catastrophe a decade later. Join Diana as she struggles through the dark days that led to the incarceration and redemption. Follow her as she learns that God can turn the direst of circumstances to His glory.
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Biography & Memoir, Religion & Spirituality, Nonfiction
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October 2017 Pacchetto: 2 Libri Offerti

Omaggio terminato: 30 agosto alle ore 06:00 pm EDT

Available in PDF (secure), EPUB and KINDLE mobi “…the author is a legend for all that she survived and held on to her faith thru it all. Remarkable and inspiring story.” — Kevin and Shana Scott [UPDATED AND REVISED FOR 2017] Dorothea Wollin was just a young girl when American bombs demolished her German town. Uprooted overnight, she and her family found themselves on a journey of survival across Europe. "Many people bury their memories so they don't have to deal with the pain. For whatever reason, my mother buried hers. I was hard-pressed to get any stories from her. She was not one who shared easily. However, one night was different. It was many years after the war, in 1987, and I was visiting my family in Germany. I felt there were things Mother and I needed to talk about, and I pressed for discussion. I was pleasantly surprised when she stayed up until the wee hours sharing memories." When American bombs demolished her German town, Dorothea Wollin and her family found themselves on a journey of survival across Europe. This is a true story of a little girl’s quest for meaning in a dark world that led to faith in Christ, and to a freedom greater than that of country or politics. "What I want most for my story to convey is that the Lord led me through the trials and tribulations of my life in order that I could find meaning, joy, and peace. Because I am approaching the end of my life, I want to inspire my readers to question their own choices, priorities and values in order to find peace with the Lord and joy in their hearts." — Dorothea Wollin Null This is my story.
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Available in PDF (secure), EPUB and KINDLE mobi [contains strong language] Through battle, love’s heartbreak, and unbelievable loss follow the lives of three Vietnam War combatants, a North Vietnamese patriot and two untested American boys, as they deal with the legacy of their nations’ tragedy. A historically accurate, riveting account of the war, its personal cost and the lingering aftermath. • • • [contains strong language] A riveting, historically accurate tale of war’s horror, impossible love, and ultimate redemption. This is the Vietnam generation’s story. It was the sixties. We were the baby boomers and our fathers had fought in World War II—the heroes who saved the world from tyranny. It was our obligation to serve, as they had. To duck service, was not an option; not if you believed in life in America, the American way, and family values. • • • “No, Cam...I’m right about Vietnam and World War II,” he said, pointing the two fingers holding his cigarette at me like darts. “You’d better have a damn good reason to ask a man to put his life on the line ’cause there’s no greater sacrifice he can make. Our fathers had Hitler, Mussolini, Tojo to fight...some of the biggest evil the world has ever known. They really were fighting for freedom and our way of life. Losing wasn’t an option. “What did we have?... Huh? What the [*] did we have to fight for? Not a goddamn thing! We went because we were Americans...because we were asked by our country to go...young men always have been. So we went...and we died. That’s bravery and sacrifice above and beyond the call, my friend. Dyin’ for nothin’...that’s a hell of a thing to ask of a man.” • • • "NAM, The Story of a Generation" is a tale of times that defined a generation: the counter culture that grew out of it; commitment without conscience; love in impossible circumstances; the unimaginable horror of war, healing hope, and renewal. The Vietnam War is the common thread that binds together the lives and fortunes of the three main characters. An epic novel about a generation and the conflict that changed two nations.
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