Books to warm your heart, nourish your soul & spark your sense of adventure


100 Haiku for the 80s Generation
By Dean, Kerrie & Carmen

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The 80s. A totally rad decade when hair was taken to new heights, we all wanted our MTV and everyone knew the answer to, "who you gonna call?" The Breakfast Club enlightened us about detention and Marty McFly took us back to the future.

And Then I Smiled
by Dean K Miller

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And Then I Smiled: Reflections on a Life Not Yet Complete finds grace in life's simplest moments. Through poems, essays and stories, readers journey from beaches, mountain streams and city parks to destinations in realms seldom visited, both inside and outside the physical world.

 Bobbing for Watermelons
by April J. Moore

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In the small town of Brookwood, Iowa, forty-one-year-old food columnist Helen Munson is unappreciated by her two teenagers and her lazy husband. She longs for more out of life, but hasn’t a clue how to make that happen.

Claire's Christmas Catastrophe
Kerrie Flanagan

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10-year-old Claire loves Christmas. But this year a horrible Christmas Eve blizzard leaves her stuck in the house with her annoying twin brothers, no electricity and she can’t be with her friends...

Claire's Unbearable Campout
by Kerrie Flanagan

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Claire and her family are off on another adventure. This time they are heading to the Rocky Mountains for a camping trip. Grandma and Uncle Charlie come along for the fun. 

by Dean K Miller

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Deep within us are places we avoid, wellsprings of despondency and tenderness. Tangled among suffering, happiness, confusion, and love, a voice silently waits. Negotiating a labyrinth of emotions, Miller's poetry articulates the echoes of life's diversity.

Granny Bob's Homestyle Cooking
by Kelly Baugh

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In a world where there are more diet and cooking fads than you can shake a spoon at, it makes sense to return to tried and true favorites that have been passed down over the generations.

Miss You Once Again
by Kelly Baugh 

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After her Nana’s death, Cara Lee, an independent young woman from the mountains of Colorado returns to her childhood haunt in Eden Grove, Mississippi. She must single-handedly settle her grandmother’s estate.

Passing Through
by Jenny Sundstedt

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Dana Parker didn’t expect to find herself dead at age thirty-four, stuck in limbo, and working as an afterlife counselor. But she likes her job helping the newly departed unload their emotional baggage and move on. 

The Mysterious Miss Snoddy: The American Revolutionary War
by Jim Campain

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Frightened by their new teacher, Ava, Ellie and Griffin are not excited about the new school year. Their fear is replaced with curiosity about Miss Snoddy. Every day she wears old-fashioned clothes smelling of moth balls and lace-up, black leather shoes. The trio quickly learns their teacher knows a lot about American history.

The Mysterious Miss Snoddy: The Underground Railroad
by Jim Campain


Ava, Ellie, and Griffin never had a teacher like Miss Snoddy … not even close! They are in awe of her amazing stories about our country’s history. When they learn about the Civil War, the friends are saddened by the treatment of slaves and the number of families separated and broken apart.

Weeping Kings & Wild Boars
By Jerry Eckert

They trusted him. Kings, Prime Ministers, dedicated civil servants and a few of the world’s poorest folk trusted the late CSU Professor, Dr. Jerry Eckert and together they worked to change the world. Although he passed away in 2015,his legacy continues on through the lives he touched and through the stories in his memoir; reminding us that one person can change the world.

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Beauty Surrounds Us
by Kerrie & Suzette

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In this stunning book of words and images, Suzette McIntyre and Kerrie Flanagan illuminate this thought, portraying beauty in all its aspects through striking photography and inspiring poetry...

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by Kerrie & Suzette

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In the mid 1800's Henry David Thoreau immersed himself in nautre to ponder life. After two years of seclusion he wrote, 'Walden Pond,' which was his reflection on simple living and self discovery.

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The Paths We Take 
by Kerrie & Suzette


The places we end up in this life depend on the paths we take. Some paths are smooth, some bumpy, others wind, but all of them are laced with emotion. Kindled by Robert Frost's 1916 poem, "The Road Not Taken," the authors explore paths we do take.

 Write Away
By Kerrie & Jenny 

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Write Away: A Year of Musings and Motivations, combines monthly insightful and humorous stories about writing, with tips, tools and interactions that encourage writers to reflect on where they are and where they want to be.

Planes, Trains and Chuck & Eddie
by Kerrie Flanagan

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In Planes, Trains and Chuck & Eddie, Kerrie Flanagan's lighthearted essays remind us that time spent with family is always an adventure! 

Odyssey of a Monk
By Dean K Miller

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A young boy, orphaned in a faraway land, is taken in by a local Buddhist temple. In his teenage years, he contemplates his future. The Odyssey of a Monk follows his life, chronicling those he meets and the teachings he receives. This story is but one of many possibilities.

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