Author Archive: Ellen

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The Sun God’s Heir: Return (Book One)

The Sun God’s Heir: Return (Book One)

| November 21, 2019

A young Frenchman is sold to a slave ship to be thrown to the sharks. René Gilbert must remember who he was in a previous lifetime to save those he loves in this one.   This award winning first novel is filled with life, destiny and risk; with heroes of both sexes who are willing […]

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The old man and the girl

The old man and the girl

| November 19, 2019

While on a church invite to an upcoming revival the assistant pastor and two children encounter a cantankerous old man sitting on his front porch swing. The old man demands that they stay off his property. He is not interested in what they have to say. Against the wishes of the assistant pastor twelve-year-old Emily […]

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Presents of Mind

Presents of Mind

| November 19, 2019

These poems are about therapy and life’s struggles. They take you on a verbal, visual and emotional journey. Written for anyone who reaches for deeper meaning in their inner and outer worlds, or who strives for personal growth through the puzzling process of becoming and being, this intricate, poetic and artistic tapestry invites the reader […]

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Dragon Heart: Stone Will

Dragon Heart: Stone Will

| November 18, 2019

“Dragon Heart” is one of the top-rated Wuxia LitRPG novels in Russia. The author has been writing the story for only one and a half years, however, it already has 1200 chapters spanning 13 books. The whole story is planned out and will have over 2000 chapters and 20 books. The Russian version has been […]

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Ring Bell for Service?: Never Force Your Customers to Get Your Attention, When You Should Already Have Theirs!

Ring Bell for Service?: Never Force Your Customers to Get Your Attention, When You Should Already Have Theirs!

| November 18, 2019

A collection of customer service stories (some good, some bad, and all amusing) and the business lessons to be learned from them, along with implementation strategies for any level employee, manager or owner. Anyone who deals with customers, patients or clients can benefit from the advice given in this book to improve relationships with every […]

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Ruckus

Ruckus

| November 18, 2019

For U.S. Navy SEAL, Bowie “Ruckus” Cooper, going on a mission into the most dangerous place on earth wasn’t new, neither were the orders to tag and bag an international criminal, but when Bowie finds a captive American reporter, that wasn’t exactly run of the mill. Neither was getting separated from his team, teaming up […]

Tales of the Late Twentieth Century

Tales of the Late Twentieth Century

| November 18, 2019

TALES OF THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY An aging, ex-musician working inside the incinerator chamber of an old 19th century hotel discovers a locked room that contains a Book of Souls of tenants of the past century. A soldier returning from the Iraq War meets a beautiful and enigmatic girl waging her own military campaign, as […]

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Fine, Thanks

Fine, Thanks

| November 18, 2019

Mary Dunnewold was a yoga-practicing, organic-food-eating health geek. But six months after a clear mammogram, she was diagnosed with stage-three breast cancer. She had six tumors. The largest was the size of a summer plum. In the next two years, she endured a bilateral mastectomy, chemotherapy, radiation, and multiple reconstruction procedures. But she soon learned […]

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Legends of Baseball: from Aaron to Ozzie

Legends of Baseball: from Aaron to Ozzie

| November 15, 2019

Hammerin’ Hank Aaron knocked them out an awful lot to pass the great Babe Ruth – the first “Sultan of Swat.” Robinson & Roberto are among the most admired. The number 42 is universally retired. But someone else did wear it. He grabbed it just in time. The Sandman got the call when the game […]

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Jack in reality

Jack in reality

| November 14, 2019

Jack in reality is the story of Jack, who, after waking up late for work one morning, finds himself in a hospital bed and lucky to be alive after an experience he is unable to make sense of. As he recovers at home, his world begins to feel unfamiliar; something is wrong, but to the […]

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