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  • 16 Jul 2014 11:58 AM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)

    Sedona: Tricksters and Fools - J. Starkey-Saylor


    A murder mystery that portrays aspects of Native American culture of the south western desert country. Jamie and Charlie are the giddy young college kids out on their own with loose supervision of their favorite Uncle Max. They can't help getting into trouble at every turn.

  • 16 Jul 2014 10:08 AM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)

    The Seer- James Menaker


    Legends say that long ago a mystical order of men and women walked the earth: The Seers.

    The stories claim they saw the invisible, knew what no one else knew, and performed impossible feats of power. They wandered the earth as champions for the oppressed and heralds of days to come. The Order was cloaked in mystery and suspicion, but when they spoke, the wise listened.

    Elijah is a normal man with supernatural abilities, who is called upon to challenge an entire kingdom. The Seer invites you to enter into a world filled with wonder and corruption, selfless heroism and unbridled evil...a place where the dangers that you can’t see are just as deadly as those that you can. Elijah and his allies discover that when gods battle for the soul of humanity, one man can make all the difference.
  • 26 Jun 2014 7:32 AM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)


    How to Finance Any Real Estate-Jim Misko


    Any Place, Any Time. Strategies That Work! 

  • 26 Jun 2014 7:28 AM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)

    The Most Expensive Mistress in Jefferson County - Jim Misko


    It is the last week of a three year struggle to close a $400 million dollar deal between the U.S. Government, 130 individual ranchers, and the Nez Perce tribe.  All have agreed to participate in the largest real estate exchange in Idaho history.  But Hawkins Neilson is sick, real sick.

    Everyone wants a piece of Hawk’s $10 million profitundefinedif the deal closes.  And now the Nez Perce have hired an ex-convict to negotiate for them.  If he can just survive to the closing he’ll have it made.

    “Misko sets the tension in motion early, immediately increases it to fever pitch, then sustains it as one escalating crescendo.  A variety of three dimensional and sympathetic characters drive the plot to a realistic and entirely satisfactory conclusion.”  Leonard Bird, author of River Of Lost Souls and Folding Paper Cranes, an Atomic Memoir.

  • 26 Jun 2014 7:23 AM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)

    For What He Could Become- Jim Misko


    Fear, lost love, war, sibling rivalry, found love, drunkenness, redemptionundefinedall found in the novel FOR WHAT HE COULD BECOME as Bill Williams returns home to his native village in Alaska.  Having barely survived WWII he is stunned to find that his brother stole the letters he wrote to his first love and married her himself. 

    To escape village life he moves to Anchorage where he is plagued by a new friendship that pulls him into the native street life.  After losing his job, he turns to drink which forces him to survive in the big town when he is down and out and drunk. 

    When his dominating brother is killed in an accident, Bill’s long time love - now a widow- finds him sobering up at the Salvation Army.  She soon persuades him to drive a dog team in the first full length Iditarod; a thousand mile race across the wilds of Alaska.

    “Not since Robert Service and Jack London has an author expressed the realities of life in the land…This novel is a page turner that captivates and holds the reader’s interest until the very last page.” Mary BarrerundefinedBook reviewer-Miami Westchester World

  • 20 May 2014 12:17 PM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)

    Laughing in the Rain- Hillary Saffran


    Do you need to reduce stress in your life?

    Need a laugh? Are you feeling mired in parental guilt? This book will show you how to laugh in the rain, even if your umbrella has holes!



    "Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass... it's about learning to dance in the rain" - Vivian Greene

    Hillary Saffran
  • 29 Jan 2014 9:09 PM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)

    Village of the Full Moon Curse, a novel about a cursed werewolf embarking on a dangerous quest to save the woman he loves from the hands of an aged powerful vampire. He recieves unexpected assistance from two outsiders who help to save the entire village of Circa, Alaska from the hands of evil vampire minions. Village of the Full Moon Curse is exciting vampire/werewolf fiction providing romance for Twighlight fans, suspense and drama for Vampire Diaries readers, shooting action for Van Helsing enthusiasts, and werewolf/vampire battles for the Underworld movie goers, along with sarcasm and witty humor.




    Facebook Page: Dan Griffin Books

  • 17 Jan 2014 12:25 PM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Society has collapsed and constitutional government is but a dim memory. Those in power reek of corruption and perversion. The world envisioned by Orwell took almost fifty more years to come to pass than he predicted and it is far worse than he ever imagined. A new third sex has emerged, physically powerful, beautiful in their own way and filled with lust. From behind the scenes they control the processes of the government to fulfill the desires of the Primecon and ensure that the continuum of control stays in power through the manipulation of the masses utilizing designed untruths called 'constructs'. These are then forced onto the sheeple through the ComOrgs and the Clean Crews who ensure that nobody lasts who is in opposition as those that do are taken to labor camps...welcome to 2037.
  • 10 Jan 2014 7:46 AM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Bessie the Amazing Cow is a delightful story for the young and young at heart. Readers will be captured by Bessie and Donna Mae's friendship as they learn about one another and what matters most on an adventure through the meadow. Everyone has special talents to contribute to make the world a better place. Bessie discovers hers, giving her confidence to be herself.
  • 04 Nov 2013 5:37 PM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)

    Beer on the Last Frontier is the first book ever written that focuses exclusively on the craft breweries and brewpubs of Alaska. It is an exploration of and guide to the numerous craft breweries of The Great Land and the exceptional beers they are brewing. Volume I covers the breweries of the Kenai Peninsula and Kodiak Island. Volume II will cover Anchorage, Fairbanks, and all points in between. Volume III will cover Southeast Alaska. This book is not intended to be a stand-alone guidebook to Alaska. Rather, it should be viewed as a guidebook specifically for the craft beer lover, one which will enable any visitor or tourist who is particularly interested in experiencing craft beer in Alaska to do so most effectively.

    This volume, The Kenai Peninsula and Kodiak Island Breweries, covers the four breweries and two brewpubs located in these two regions of Alaska in detail. Profusely illustrated with color photographs and containing interviews with the brewers, it also provides detailed information to aid the visitor to Alaska, such as driving directions, operating hours, as well as beer lists and tasting notes for each of the craft breweries. Besides detailed information on each of the breweries, the book also offers suggestions on bars, restaurants, and liquor stores in the regions which offer good selections of craft beers from the 49th state.

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