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My Butterfly Cancer
Marguerite Madden

Cancer. It's one of the things we most dread to hear about ourselves or a family member. Many people will think it's the end of the line for them.
Mrs. Madden tells the story of her recent battle with leukemia (AML specifically), and the struggles that she and her family experienced during this tragic time.
Mrs. Madden will donate 20% of her proceeds from the sale of this book to cancer charities, her way of giving back to patients in desperate need.
Find out how her battle with...

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Jason the Penguin: (He's Different)
Deb McEwan

Meet Jason the Penguin. He’s bright, funny and cute. He’s also different which causes his father some concern.
Jason’s Dad worries that his son won’t fit in and be accepted by the other penguins. Discover how he deals with Jason’s uniqueness through this delightfully illustrated rhyming story.
Jason the Penguin (He's Different) is the first in a series of three books featuring Jason. It's a ten to fifteen minute read aimed at three to eight year olds. The ending will ideally...

Keep It Simple (Tennis) Students: The Only 5 Doubles Strategies
David Berens

Want to play your best Doubles ever? In this book, I have distilled the highest percentage strategies into 5 simple chapters. I explain what the strategy is, why it works and how to execute it in a match. I also give examples of how I practice this with my students in clinics.
I know you will find this information useful and I believe you will be more successful on court. My end goal is to help you simplify and succeed!
So, what are you waiting for?? Spin a racquet and let’s play!......

Rebecca Gransden

In Hilligoss, a tired man searches for a son, a flamingo enthrals the night, and fireworks light up the lost. In these stories and more, Rusticles offers a meandering tour through backroads bathed in half light, where shadows play along the verges and whispers of the past assault daydreams of the present. Walk the worn pathways of Hilligoss.......

The Remorseless Queen
Susan Appleyard

Margaret of Anjou was Queen of England during the period known as the War of the Roses. As a fifteen yearold bride she had many difficulties to face. She brought no dowry to her adopted land, which was still at war with her native land. Not least of all, her husband was reluctant to come to her bed. With a weak and ineffective king on the throne, rival parties tilted for power. When the struggle escalated into war, Margaret realized she had no choice but to suppress the feminine side of...

Rhayven House
Frank Bittinger

The old house literally captured his attention with a flash of light, almost as if it had intentionally signaled him. Ian Harket knew he wanted it as soon as he laid his eyes upon it, regardless of how much work needed to be done.
Even before he actually moved into the house, some odd, unexplainable happened.
After he moved in, he began to really experience the strangeness for himself, and he got the distinct feeling the presence in the house did not want him there.......