Politics & Social Sciences

The Faithful Majority – Common Sense Revisited

The Faithful Majority – Common Sense Revisited

| November 3, 2018

The Trump and Bernie Movement will not go away. This book predicted this movement was coming back in 1995 because America’s Founders clearly understood human nature and power corrupts.  In 1995, Common Sense Revisited revealed how ‘Politics As Usual’ caused elected leaders and career legislators to set aside their duty to the People and became […]

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Sisters in Law: Frat Party

Sisters in Law: Frat Party

| October 30, 2018

From USA TODAY best-selling author John Ellsworth: Lawyer Christine Susmann isn’t afraid of a fight: Silver Star in Iraq to Courtroom Demolitions The decorated Iraq veteran has faced the worst humanity has to offer; her courtroom battles seem almost tame in comparison. That is until a case lands on her desk that isn’t like the […]

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The Gospel According To El Jefe

The Gospel According To El Jefe

| October 25, 2018

Congratulations young lad, you have made it to high school. This is the most crucial point in your life where you begin to learn about different people, cultures, and philosophies and maybe make new friends, learn a new subject, or become extremely popular among your peers. It all sounds awesome, doesn’t it? But there’s just […]

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What Is Me?

What Is Me?

| October 2, 2018

What Is Me?” Is an allegorical work of modern day philosophy (circa 2018) set in the form of a children’s picture book. Much of what is deemed the utmost importance in our society is far gone from the necessities of survival, and questions posed by internal strife in search of their “What” is their place […]

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Sara Barefield

Sara Barefield

| September 7, 2018

Sara wants this baby more than she has ever wanted anything. Sara has worked her entire life to overcome the name Barefield. To be a Barefield in the rural Appalachian county where she grew up means that you are the poorest of the poor, that you are shiftless and untrustworthy, lazy and stupid. Sara has […]

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Feral Animals

Feral Animals

| August 23, 2018

The author of the Amazon bestselling LGBT poetry collection ‘I Know Why the Gay Man Dances’, Joel Sadler-Puckering unleashes his second collection of poems into the wild. Expect “masterful observations of humanity and its dregs” (Amazon 5* review) and to be taken on an urban safari adventure to see human beings in their not-so-natural habitat…

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What a Comeback!

What a Comeback!

| August 23, 2018

“Challenges are gifts that force us to search for a new center of gravity. Don’t fight them. Just find a new way to stand.”? Oprah Winfrey “There’s nothing as exciting as a comeback – seeing someone with dreams, watching them fail, and then getting a second chance” -Rachel GriffithsI am sure we have faced unexpected […]

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Take Us To Your Trump

Take Us To Your Trump

| August 18, 2018

The government has been lying to us! Not about public corruption or lurid scandals or secret wiretapping programs… Okay yes, all that stuff too, but I’m not talking about that right now. The government has also been lying to us about space aliens. Aliens have landed on the National Mall and are asking to speak […]

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There and Back There Again

There and Back There Again

| August 14, 2018

Introduction Welcome to my book, There and Back There Again by Andy Alsup ~ Village Savant. My story has a few themes:– technology?- music?- culture?- Seattle?- religion?– Aspergers?- schizophrenia?- psychic musings I write a lot about my daily experience. It primarily revolves around my ongoing conversation with a variety of voices I hear in my […]

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DAVE! (A Novel from the Future) Part 1: The Invaders

DAVE! (A Novel from the Future) Part 1: The Invaders

| July 15, 2018

Aliens. Armageddon. And President Mel Gibson? America is in trouble, dudes. The country is in ruins after the president walls it up, sealing it like a giant prison. The rich get richer and the poor starve to death in the streets. Enter the Invaders, a secret society led by a charismatic and flawlessly handsome dude […]

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