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  • You Are The First You “It’s time to follow the nagging voice that’s been tugging inside of you and chase ultimate happiness and the life you’ve always envisioned for yourself.”Do you want to achieve your dreams and find your place in the world? Whether you are in a season of transition or starting a new ... Read Book
  • Much Ado About a Latte A coffee war is brewing in Maple Falls, where Anita and Tanner are serving up plenty of sparks to keep the town buzzing. Anita Bedford needs to face reality. It’s time to decaffeinate the dream that she and Tanner will ever be more than friends. Growing up in small-town Maple Falls, she’s had a ... Read Book
  • The Iowa Baseball Confederacy Gideon Clarke is a man on a quest. He is out to prove to the world, as his father tried before him, that the world-champion Chicago Cubs traveled to Onamata, Iowa, in the summer of 1908 for an exhibition game against all-stars from the Iowa Baseball Confederacy, an amateur league. The game, which ... Read Book
  • A Prayer for the Living Playful, frightening, shocking—these stories from a writer at the height of his power will make you think, or make you laugh. Sometimes they’ll make you want to look away, but they will always hold your gaze. These are stories set in London, in Byzantium, in the ghetto, in the Andes, and in a ... Read Book

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