An immigrant teen fights for her family, her future, and the place she calls home.
A Heart To Survive: first Novel in the Collingwood Series Kindle Edition
"The Collingwood Series is Canadian historical fiction at its best...Readers are in for an extraordinary read that blends a coming-of-age experience with a window into Canadian culture, race relations of the 1950s, romance, and a young immigrant's ability to persevere against all odds." - Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review
The Curious Spell of Madam Genova
Intrigue, adventure, and mishap are just a sampling of what readers can expect from The Curious Spell of Madam Genova. Beginning with a set of beautifully constructed pocket watches, the reader follows their travel through history and the fantastic cast of characters who come into contact with them.
Alexandra van de Kamp’s Ricochet Script examines life as a plot slipping from our hands, veering in unexpected directions as years coalesce behind us.
Alexandra van de Kamp's Ricochet Script examines life as a plot slipping from our hands, veering in unexpected directions as years coalesce behind us.
Frances of the Wider Field is about mothers, daughters, time, mortality-the loss of memory and meaning. Van Prooyen's poems have clarity and ferocity, a wild imaginative grace that captures the joy and strangeness of our most intimate and familiar experiences. Frances appears part god, part curious child, part the small solitary voice inside. Van Prooyen asks " Is a sigh a word?
Chris Mullen is an Award-Winning Author and Teacher from Richmond, Texas. He grew up listening to stories of the old west, imagining he was right there with Gunslingers and Comancheros, fighting for survival in an unforgiving time.
Thrust to the mercy of the Mississippi river, thirteen-year-old Rowdy floats safely away as he watches the smoke rise from his burning farmhouse. His father, dead. His brother, dead. Both gunned down in front of him by a murderous gang of bandits.
This is a story of America! Lynden Hoover, a young man on the brink of a new beginning, cannot embrace it without confronting the traumas of his past. Help comes from The Duke, an old loner who calls America’s landscape his home.
Lynden Hoover is on the brink of a new beginning with a fast-growing tech company, but he first needs to confront the traumas of his past. At age eleven Lynden found a surrogate father in the form of a hobo riding a train, the Tramp, who abused and discarded Lynden. The memory of the Tramp has haunted Lynden's life, ruining his relationships.
The importance of teaching art and art history to young minds cannot be understated. But what is just as important? Making that teaching FUN! In ArtyFacts, hal evans has put his talent for writing whimsical poetry to the task of bringing new fun and intrigue to learning about some of the most iconic works of art.
Edward Vidaurre is an award-winning poet with eight collections of poetry, publisher and editor-in-chief of FlowerSong Press and Juventud Press.
Cry, Howl, the latest poetry collection by Edward Vidaurre, is sharply focused and insightful into today's reality. It penetrates the disturbing state of things in this "new normal" way of life that seems to besiege us all. But the poet arms himself and us with powerful images that shore up that drowning city that can inhabit us.
Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Latinx Studies.