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Buried Threads by Kaylin McFarren
Rachel’s mouth sagged. “You mean you’re really a monk? But how’s that possible? You’re not even wearing a robe, and your hair…” He simply smiled. A disturbing...
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Quarantine
In the scant few weeks since an explosion decimated New York City, sixteen-year-old Jesse has lived through the unimaginable. Only two types of people are left:...
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Survivor
At the end of the world, it's hard to trust anyone--even yourself. Jesse and a ragged band of survivors crawl through the wreckage of New York City. They escaped...
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Chasers (Alone #1)
Jesse is on a UN Youth Ambassadors camp in New York when his subway is rocked by an explosion. Jesse and his three friends, Dave, Anna and Mini, crawl out from...
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The Author Training Manual
The Author Training Manual teaches aspiring authors how to become successful published authors by taking them through the process of creating a business plan for...
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Gone
Manuel Perrine doesn't fear anyone or anything. A charismatic and ruthless leader, Perrine slaughters rivals as effortlessly as he wears his trademark white linen...
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Squinting Over Water
Short Stories by Mary Kennedy Eastham There are no perfect people here. The characters in Squinting over Water are you and me trying to make sense of things -...
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Butterflies Will Come is about the diverse lives of women.  These poems are snapshots of where they've been and where they are going.  It's about life and...
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Science from Sight to Insight
Science from Sight to Insight: How Scientists Illustrate Meaning (with Alan G. Gross, University of Chicago Press, November 2013). In the last two decades,...
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The Beauty of Ordinary Things
From the acclaimed author of the #1 Indie Next Pick LYDIA CASSATT READING THE MORNING PAPER and SOMEONE NOT REALLY HER MOTHER comes a powerful new story about our...
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The essays in this book weave together the varied strands of experience that contribute to a feminist activist life. The essays touch on many topics: her coming out...
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TOROS & TORSOS
  Hector Lassiter is a legendary crime novelist who writes what he lives and lives what he writes. But Hector frequently goes a step beyond, drawing friends and...
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Making Contact: Readings from Home and Abroad comprises seventy-two essays and stories surrounding familiar themes and representing more than thirty countries. The...
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Heavier Than Air
Winner of the AWP Grace Paley Prize in Short Fiction and a New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice. The stories in this first collection deliver the reader into...
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The Supervillain Book: The Evil Side of Comics and Hollywood
“I wish that The Supervillain Book could be required reading so that all the bizarre knowledge that fans like me have on the subject would be shared by everyone...
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The Power of Un
Everyone knows a computer's "undo" command will erase a mistake.  Thanks to a device called the Unner, middle-schooler Gib Finney can do the same thing...
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Perfume River
Along the Perfume River there lives an old woman who has never left her village, who has raised children and grandchildren never having seen the other side of the...
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Why does the exclusive boarding school Blackwood have only four students? Kit walks the dark halls and feels a penetrating chill. What terror waits around the next...
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