Politics & Social Sciences

9/11 and the World Today

9/11 and the World Today

| September 11, 2017

An Insider’s View: Restoring Individual Freedom and Liberty What has happened to our world? Despite once being the beacon of freedom and hope, America has slowly withered into a nation of corrupt character and chaos, a nation the Founding Fathers would hardly recognize. Politicians fight like petty children calling each other names and fail to […]

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Leaving Natalie

Leaving Natalie

| August 22, 2017

A novella in two parts, Leaving Natalie spans thirty years and two continents. Natalie and Richard, expatriate Americans whose lives intersect briefly in Münster, Germany, in 1988, are each at a crossroads. He is floating aimlessly through life; she is committed to marrying a man who is drifting away from her. In the medieval city […]

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Forgotten Liberty

Forgotten Liberty

| August 21, 2017

“A thrilling journey of survival and hardship.” “Alessio has developed a fictional world which is truly imaginable…” A worldly couple find themselves laboured with the task of smuggling an escapee child soldier through the raider infested land of Autark. While Frank is reluctant, he soon discovers that the boy’s life may be worth more than […]

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I Was Justin’s Nanny

I Was Justin’s Nanny

| August 13, 2017

The Liberal red tidal wave of support had receded, revealing a new prime minister on the Hill. It’s the daring, debonair Justin Prudhomme … and his delicious dark locks. Issues pile up quickly. The stuffed shirts and stiff collars need to be ironed out. A hungry media awaits their daily dish and there’s simply no […]

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Boardroom Bully Presents: ETHICS: A Guide For The Good Guys

Boardroom Bully Presents: ETHICS: A Guide For The Good Guys

| August 8, 2017

Day after day we see it more. More ethical lapses with CEO’s, politicians, and don’t get me started on accounting firms. Insider trading, accounting scandals, environmental mishaps that are covered up; I mean the list is a continuous stream of unethical pus. And it’s not even the 80’s this is the 21st century! Simply turn […]

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A Shift Toward Prey (Chronicles of the Fringe Book 1)

A Shift Toward Prey (Chronicles of the Fringe Book 1)

| July 29, 2017

GOLD WINNER – 2017 Literary Classics Book Awards, Fantasy Category For too long, Chiari Jhahn has been forced to watch her elder sister’s savage regime destroy the very heart of the Shifter Realm. And now it seems as if her leaders are hell-bent on starting a war with their long-time enemies. After a disastrous confrontation […]

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Big Data Is Watching You!

Big Data Is Watching You!

| July 15, 2017

It’s way past 1984. Your toothbrush, your coffee maker and your Rice Krispies are running your life. But don’t worry… BIG DATA IS WATCHING YOU! Welcome to Goozle Earth®, a dystopia where the all-knowing and all-powerful force of Big Data rules humanity through the Internet of Things and the corporate power of Goozle Inc. Where […]

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Zansky: The Case Of A Letter

Zansky: The Case Of A Letter

| June 30, 2017

With clean lines and strong illustrations in the tradition of Franco-Belgian comics, the graphic novel begins in Dallas, Texas, where the police are called in to investigate a suspicious and deadly explosion. The events put detective Zansky and his colleagues on the trail of a mysterious narcotic and its traffickers, that will open the doors […]

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Epicurus and the pleasant life: Living by the philosophy of nature

Epicurus and the pleasant life: Living by the philosophy of nature

| June 22, 2017

Happiness is a choice. In today’s culture, we tend to value concepts like success, material wealth, fame and power, virtue, and faith –logical ideals of our consumer ideology and religious tradition. But pursuing an ideal produced through logic, and not based on our nature’s calls unveiled through our senses, feelings, instincts, inclinations, and life experiences, […]

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Finding Your Best Places: Using Astrocartography to Navigate Your Life (Dan Furst’s Astrocartography Book 1)

Finding Your Best Places: Using Astrocartography to Navigate Your Life (Dan Furst’s Astrocartography Book 1)

| June 20, 2017

What is Astrocartography? This word simply means that we take the same information an astrologer uses to create birth charts and horoscopes – that is, a person’s date, time and place of birth – and we use them to create world maps that are personal and unique, and useful in guiding us to our best […]

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