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Latest Releases

Three Months (2023)  

FICTION 

BY SHANE CARMAN

In the heart of Geneseo, New York, a family sets out on a journey of hope, healing, and redemption. Jeff Smith is a 13-year-old teenager diagnosed with terminal cancer with only a few months to live. For his final request, he wants to take a family cross-country trip in an RV.  So the family pack up their RV and hit the road, destination unknown.

'Three Months' is a powerful and moving story about one family's quest to find meaning and purpose in the face of tragedy. It is a story of hope, of the power of love, and the enduring human spirit.

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Apathy of the Gods (2023)

FICTION

PHILLIP MITCHELL POLITE

"In 'Apathy of the Gods,' readers are transported back to ancient Greece where the brothers Demetrius and Dionysus lead a rebellion against the false gods who have seized control of the land. Together, they must navigate treacherous political landscapes and use their unique powers to unite the people of Greece and overthrow tyrannical rule. Filled with action, romance, and a touch of the supernatural, this epic tale is a thrilling adventure that will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end."

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Scorpion Kings (2023)

Non-Fiction Investigative

BY JOMO K. JOHNSON

"Uncover the shocking truth behind the murder of Tyre Nichols in this gripping biography of the five police officers arrested for the crime and the revelation of the Scorpion Unit - a 50-officer special unit with almost zero accountability called to "police" the most vulnerable parts of Memphis. Through in-depth research and interviews with key players and public records research, this book delves into the events leading up to the tragic death and the aftermath that shook the city of Memphis. An essential read for anyone interested in the ongoing conversation about police brutality and systemic racism."

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When Life Is Going Nowhere (2023)

An Autobiography

BY PATRICK QUINN

"When Life is Going Nowhere" is an inspiring autobiography that tells the story of Patrick Quinn, a man who was lost and struggling to find his purpose in life. That is until he stumbled upon a post on Facebook, which led him to his future bride halfway across the world. This book is a testament to the power of hope and the beauty of unexpected connections.

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Mothers of Serial Killers (2022)  

NON-FICTION 

BY VARIOUS AUTHORS

In this eye-opening and rare account, the mothers of many of the worst, most famous serial killers have their lives dissected to understand the influence on their sons. 

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Born To Rise (2023)

An Autobiography

BY LORNA BLAKE

Born to a poor teenage mother in rural Jamaica, Lorna experienced poverty, abandonment, and abuse. She boarded a plane to Canada on her own as a teenager with no guarantee of a visa, eventually gaining citizenship. Lorna defied the odds, overcoming poverty to graduate from university with an honors degree in social work while becoming the mother of two young children. 

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Life After Deportation (2022)

An Autobiography

BY ONIF DIAZ

A heartfelt story of growth, the autobiography of Onif Diaz shares how each person is a reflection of both community, trauma, and life experiences. Sharing his journey of seeing his parents deported at age 15, Onif details his experiences of suppressing his feelings of abandonment and overcoming obstacles while wrestling with the allure and internal battle of juggling environmental influence vs. emotional intelligence to find true purpose.

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The Invisible Jesus (2020)

An Autobiography

WRITTEN BY JOMO K. JOHNSON

Following the murder of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, VA, a disgruntled and reclusive former minister sets out on a one-year journey to rediscover the baby from Bethlehem and find meaning in a broken world.

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