Landing Right Side Up in Nehru’s India
Field Notes from a Punjab Sojourn
Jean Durgin Harlan
978-1-4759-5624-5 | Hardback | $26.95
978-1-4759-5623-8 | Paperback | $16.95
978-1-4759-5625-2 | E-book | $3.99
Bombay’s teeming dockside initiates an Ohio family to the adventure,
frustration, and fascination of an outstanding Fulbright year ahead.
Travel and neighborhood life enrich them all. Serendipity positively
and permanently alters the author’s life.
“An enjoyable memoir of India”…..Kirkus Reviews
The Potential of Your Life
Dream it…Believe it…Live it.
978-1-4918-5235-4 | Hardback | $27.99
978-1-4918-5236-1 | Paperback | $16.95
978-1-4918-5234-7 | E-book | $3.99
The Potential of Your Life takes readers on a motivational journey of
spiritual growth. It guides them with enlightening and practical
insight; allowing them to experience life with an over;ow of passion
as they live out their God-given purpose.
Book 5 of Colson Brothers Series
978-1-4918-7312-0 | Paperback | $16.95
978-1-4918-7313-7 | E-book | $3.99
Drake took one look at Sherry and knew he had to ;nd his voice and
sanity again if he was to have any hope of getting to know this dark-haired beauty. Romance and suspense ;ll the pages of Draked Up.
My Room-Mates, Spouse, Children,
Neighbors, Co-Workers And/Or Tenants
Are All Evil And Need To Be Destroyed
A Psycho-instructive/Light-hearted Look at Five
Rules of Co-Existent Living and the Undeniable Need
for your destruction (if you prefer the dramatic), or
permanent change (if you can do without the drama)
Bryant F Litchfield, M.D
978-1-4772-9604-2 | Hardback | $23.99
978-1-4772-9605-9 | Paperback | $14.95
978-1-4772-9603-5 | E-book | $3.99
After years of talking with others whose primary or secondary
relationships are failing, Bryant F. Litch;eld has learned the basic
mistakes that you and I can learn and avoid in order to preserve our
relationships. Read on to identify them.
978-1-4907-4903-7 | Paperback | $16.46
978-1-4907-4902-0 | E-book | $3.99
Plastic island tells the extraordinary story of a ;ute boy and his journey of love that changed
the world. Flute boy loves to play his ;ute. He could walk, with no need to talk and would
play his ;ute all day. He loved playing his ;ute so much that his mind became still and
he felt the earth with his heart - the earth wanted him to walk into the great forest, into a
meaningful adventure of passion and life.