Tag: women

The Cult of Dissatisfaction

The Cult of Dissatisfaction

| June 2, 2017

Dissatisfaction is something which appears to be ever present in today’s society. It comes from many sources and is difficult to pin down to one thing, or a single life event. It is something which seems to have increased with our wealth and is an emotion as destructive as they come.In The Cult of Dissatisfaction, […]

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A Heartless Summer

A Heartless Summer

| April 21, 2017

What would you do when beauties of life are presented in front of your eyes but your hands are shackled from embracing them?

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The Harder They Fall

The Harder They Fall

| June 20, 2015

200,000 Copies Sold on First Printing in 1993 CHILD OF LOVE Helene Danforth had loved her late fiancé, though he’d never stirred the passion she knew was in her. So when she found herself alone, unmarried and pregnant with his unborn child, she realized she had to do something to make things right. She never […]

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Amanda’s Blue Marine

Amanda’s Blue Marine

| January 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

NOW JUST 99¢ FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY… AMANDA’S BLUE MARINE marks the return of Doreen Owens Malek to publishing after a 12 year absence. It is with great pleasure that Doreen presents her new, never before published contemporary romance. AMANDA’S BLUE MARINE. SYNOPSIS When Amanda Redfield, an assistant district attorney from a wealthy and prominent […]

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Sister Moon of the Philippines: Amidst a Culture of Terrible Abuse and Poverty

Sister Moon of the Philippines: Amidst a Culture of Terrible Abuse and Poverty

| July 21, 2014

Xulli entered the world in a way no child should ever have to; into a family and Filipino culture of poverty, neglect, and terrible abuse. Astonishing and unforgettable, this is a captivating story about the effects of abuse on the mind of a child, the heart wrenching struggles of an impoverished family, and how a […]

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Both Sides Now

Both Sides Now

| May 14, 2014

***Special*** ***Shawn Inmon’s novel Rock ‘n Roll Heaven is also free May 13-15*** Do you remember your first love? When Dawn moved from Southern California to rainy, rural, Washington state in 1976, love took a backseat to worries about fitting in at her new school. Over time, her friendship with the boy next door grew […]

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