Jan-Carol Publishing, INC with imprints, Little Creek Books, Mountain Girl Press, Express Editions, RoseHeart Publishing: Hot Sheets, Broken Crow Ridge, and DigiStyle. Genres include historical fiction to romance mysteries to children's book and sci-fi.
Swept overboard during a storm at sea, Hallie is sprinkled with coral dust by a mermaid princess. Her adventure begins when she herself becomes a mermaid and begins her journey searching for her family while swimming with dolphins, evading the jaws of sharks and discovering the underwater mysterious realm of the sea.
How could a small child's pleading to his friends, "Wait for me boys," become one of the most important requests of a lifetime? How could a promise to a parent become a life-shaping focal point, which seemed to be an unachievable ambition? How could religion be both a blessing and an insensitive malediction? Wait For Me, Boys! Wait For Me! settles these and many other uncertainties we all may have faced throughout our lives, while revealing a noticeable connection of life's events and purpose.His story allows the reader to realize that we truly are the ones who lived life to the fullest. His book is exceptionally rewarding."
In this debut novel from author Amber D. Tran, a tale of adolescence and heartbreak unfolds. Nine-year-old Abigail Kavanagh first meets Ryan Mills during the summer of 1999. A shy and awkward boy, Ryan hides behind his wide-framed glasses while Abigail is determined to learn everything there is to know about him. The next few summers are filled with birthday parties, adventures in and around the West Virginian mountainsides, and late night conversations where they share their most secretive and personal thoughts.
Their friendship starts to crumble when Abigail befriends the attractive and musical Lilly Anderson, a girl who is also interested in uncovering the mysterious nature surrounding Ryan. However, everything comes to an end the summer of 2004, and Abigail must decide if her new journey is worth traveling alone.
This page turner captivates the reader with mystery, murder and a story that unravels to the end. Rose Martin of the series, Cherokee, Inc., begins a hunt for the brutal killer who chose a newcomer to the town as the victim. Rose, a private investigator, hunts for a brutal killer through grisly crime scenes. Follow her as she uncovers all of the strings that lead to why this happened.
Just as soon as the beautiful drifter, Heather, finds peace of mind among the majestic blue mountains of the great Northwest, it is stripped away. Now, a familiar posse runs the town called Marigold and its mining community with their sharp and newly deputized claws. After finding out that this shot of evil has infected her life again and now rules everyone still left on the mountain, she quickly begins to search for the root source of its existence, before it poisons the people and the land itself forever.Does she find love? Do the werewolves infect her with their evil? JAKE KOENEKAMP was working on Indian Summer long before the idea of it becoming a book ever crossed his mind. Indian Summer was untraditionally adapted from a screenplay he started years ago, while attending film school in Portland, Oregon. The manuscript sat around for years, along with all of his other screenplays, unwittingly collecting dust, until someone close to him said, "Jake, you must write this story as a book." So, now, he hopes when people read the book that they will enjoy it as much as he has enjoyed playing it over and over in his head; like any good adventure just begging to play out in the light of day.
What would it be like without Washington? What would it be like without the state? No taxes, no welfare, no grants, no laws, no police, no restraints except what we put upon ourselves creates the backdrop in Anarchy in America. Could you shoot a bow? Could you survive off the land? Sew your own clothes? Would the skills you know be enough to survive? Luke and Sophia, brother and sister, left orphaned, were forced to answer these questions. They only have each other. Their world fell apart and anarchy reigned all around them. Anarchy in America takes you on their journey of survival. Exciting and great young adult reading.