Authors Spotlight: Joseph Schrock

Human Will: Dialogues on the Nature of the Will by Joseph Schrock This book consists of dialogues concerning the nature of the human will, as well as some discussion of concepts pertaining to a Divine Will. The problems and questions dealt with in this book surround the contrasts between a physicalist approach to the nature […]

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Authors Spotlight: Joseph Schrock

Metaphysics Reclaimed: How Religion and Science Can Be Partners by Joseph Schrock While this book is written from the perspective of one who has faith in a Spiritual Realm, the book can be read with great interest by a strictly secular thinker. The general nature of philosophy and its value are discussed in the first […]

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Authors Spotlight: Joseph Schrock

A Dialogue on Opposing World Views by Joseph Schrock This book comprises the fruits of much deep thinking for decades on the issues discussed. The book is very largely a summation of the author’s philosophical reading, probing, analysing, and creative thinking involved in critiquing much philosophical literature, and deeply contemplating the implications of all that […]

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Authors Spotlight: Karen Ankers

The Crossing Place by Karen Ankers The Crossing Place is a dark-edged love story. Laura is frustrated with her mundane life, her boring job, and marriage to a man she no longer loves. But she does not expect things to change so dramatically and so suddenly. An accidental encounter with a homeless stranger leaves her […]

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Authors Spotlight: Quintin Peterson

Guarding Shakespeare by Quintin Peterson The Folger Shakespeare Library is the world’s largest repository of Shakespearean and English Renaissance books, manuscripts, and objects d’art. Nobody alive knows the library better than Special Police Officer Lt. Norman Blalock; he’s been guarding it for 25 years. That’s why he is the perfect candidate to pull off an […]

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Authors Spotlight: David Swykert

  Sweat Street -Justice in the Street by D.J.Swykert Yuki accidentally witnesses Jack Delgato murder an informant friend of hers and wants to avenge her death. Jack is a crooked homicide cop, he’s in the police business, and the drug business. Jack also has an addiction, not to drugs, but a more dangerous one for […]

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Authors Spotlight: J.E.Grace

Redemption at Shadow Lake by J.E.Grace Samantha Dunning needs a change of scenery after a lengthy relationship that ends in a bad breakup. Can a big city girl find peace and happiness in the small town of Shadow Lake as a real estate broker?Just when Samantha begins to enjoy her new surroundings, she meets Calvin […]

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Authors Spotlight: Gary Morgenstein

A Mound Over Hell by Gary Morgenstein All acts of patriotism, from flying the flag to singing the National Anthem, are illegal. Social media has been banned. Religion is illegal. Children are now revered, and abortion and the use of contraceptives are capital offenses. Teachers, police, and doctors are the most trusted professions, while the […]

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Authors Spotlight: Paul H Yarbrough

Thy Brother’s Blood by Paul H Yarbrough Louisiana’s rich history weaves throughout the lives of the McKinzie brothers, Travis and Forrest. Their great grandpa McKinzie left his Louisiana sugar cane plantation to fight and die in the War Between the States. When the war ended, reconstruction, taxes and floods whittled the three-thousand-acre family farm down […]

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