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David J. Naiman writes magical realism for children under his own name and humorous medical fiction for adults under his pen name, David Z Hirsch. He lives in Maryland with his wife and two sons.

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Jake, Lucid Dreamer is the story of a 12-year-old boy who has never fully dealt with his grief after the loss of his mother four years earlier.…

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On the scorching, misfit-filled planet Abraxias, an enigmatic doctor assembles a crew of brawlers, outcasts, and outlaws to deliver a stolen, dangerous payload to the other side of an area known as Freespace. Cops, assassins and criminals give chase, while the the crew of the Acheron participate in bar-fighting, starring in a murderous reality show, and competing in Brawl ball, the number one sport in the universe.…

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Partially based on real history, The Final Departure by Epp Marsh III tells an alternate history where Marcus Garvey’s Greater Liberia Act is put into widespread effect. In 1929, Civil Rights pioneer Marcus Garvey strikes a devil’s bargain with the Ku Klux Klan to turn the United States into an all-white nation.…

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If you’ve been relying on a mailing list to sell books online, or you sell books from your website, you need to know about the GDPR, a new law that comes into effect on May 25, 2018 that protects people online from spam and unwanted data sharing.

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In a glade near Limerick, Ireland, a troupe of actors gather for their 20th anniversary production of Shakespeare’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream,” unaware of a plot by real Feyland fairies to sabotage the performance and end the production for good. Del and Finn, planted among the actors, work to turn the cast against each other with the help of magic dust.…

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After completing a master’s degree in biostatistics, and working as a statistician, Jennifer realized she was hiding behind numbers and formulas instead of creating something wholly new. Now, in writing, she has found an outward expression for her passion for the themes of philosophy, mythology, and ancient esoteric traditions that she weaves into her writing, and she loves working with the magic of words and language.…

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Karma’s Envoy by Kevan Houser is very clear in its mission to displace the reader along with Todd, the main character, in a narrative that is at once humorous and haunting.

The story begins with the rapid thoughts and memories of a man who has just committed something unspeakable, which triggers a memory of his mom and dad, and the family’s trips to Oregon.…

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Richard Smith’s motto is: Never give up; it can happen. And his first book, Time Trap, and now The Darziods’ Stone is proof of that.

Born in London, the youngest of three children, Richard has loved writing stories since he was 10; and regularly got top marks for his essays at school – where his favourite subject was English.…

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Jake, Lucid Dreamer by David J. Naiman is a charming look at a middle-schooler’s struggle to navigate grief and acceptance. With a touch of the surreal, Naiman has woven a fantastical tale with a powerful message about learning to face your demons, traversing the tricky plains of middle school, and how important compassion is in the face of adversity.…

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Dale Cox grew up living in several places around the country while his father served in the United States Air Force. He earned a B.S. and M.S. in Food Science at Brigham Young University and lived for two years in Mexico while serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.…

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