The Wayward Marine

What are they going to do, send me to Vietnam? Peter Dunev lived by these words for years as his life threatened to spiral out of control. When it came time to flee Spain because of troubles with his father, he headed to the one place he knew was accepting just about anybody: the United States Marine Corps. Peter wasn’t sure he was cut for military life but decided to make the most of it from that first day he stepped off the bus at Parris Island. Knowing life as a grunt wasn’t for him, Pete... [Read More...]

Free: Praying for Restraint

Praying for Restraint tells the story of Allen Long, an assistant nurse recovering from PTSD who successfully struggles to survive an inner-city hospital work environment that is so toxic that it threatens his body, soul, and marriage. The book is both a triumphant memoir and an expose of a hospital so horrific that it nearly defies belief. ... [Read More...]

All of Us Warriors: Cancer Stories of Survival and Loss

In All of Us Warriors, Rebecca Whitehead Munn paints a realistic picture of the impact cancer has on an individual’s life, and she attempts to demystify the experience by sharing heartfelt stories from twenty survivors and the loved ones of those that passed. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

A Mostly Magnificent Memoir

A child of the 1980s relives a dysfunctional and hilarious childhood in the most difficult speech of his life. It’s FORREST GUMP meets THE WONDER YEARS – but mostly true. Hysterically funny at times, heart-wrenching and heart-warming at other times, highly entertaining all the time. The story follows James Murphy, who lives an extraordinarily unique life learning ordinary life lessons to which everyone can relate through his many misadventures. James’ misadventures feature eve... [Read More...]

Free: My Brother, The King

Still reeling from his father’s break with the God of Israel, Prince Jonathan is in line to inherit a throne that has already been stripped from his family. The young shepherd David is the man after God’s own heart, chosen to take Jonathan’s place. Carrying a secret anointing that won’t stay hidden, David yearns to fight alongside his childhood hero rather than against him, but his calling threatens both their lives at every turn. Instead of fighting to the death over a crown that can... [Read More...]

Safe, Wanted, and Loved

“Pat, we need to kill the dog.” When a sudden mental illness struck his wife, Patrick Dylan found himself living with an eerie stranger. Scared and unprepared, he began a desperate battle to protect her from a mysterious disease, shelter their children from her bizarre behavior, and recover the woman he loved. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Behind Closed Doors

Experience first-hand how a family with three beautiful children was overtaken by a world of biases, harassment and abuse from within the family courts. Explore the highs and lows of parenthood, mental health, solicitor involvement, judges’ court orders and more, as well as the challenges and discrimination facing single fathers. With a little bit of humour, an overzealous solicitor and the shameful performance of family law, take a walk in a father’s shoes and try not to drift into deep wa... [Read More...]

The King of Violins

HOW CHINA’S MOST CELEBRATED VIOLIN PRODIGY BECAME AN ENEMY OF STATE. The King of Violins is the heartbreaking story of China’s most celebrated violin prodigy, Ma Sicong, who composed his first concerto at the age of 12. During his career, this gentle, dignified man composed 57 of the world’s best-known symphonies and concertos and performed in front of hundreds of sold-out audiences across the globe. Chairman Mao Zedong declared Ma Sicong “a national treasure” and nick... [Read More...]

Free: A Runaway Teenager Who Found Freedom

At 14 years old, Quyen (Quin) Ha risked everything for a chance for a better life. Living under the communist regime in Viet Nam, Quyen saw his freedoms being taken away. He dreamed of living in America, where he would be free to pursue the American dream. With nothing but the clothes on his back, Quyen got on a boat to escape to America. The escape was perilous, with the risk of being caught and imprisoned. Those who made it past the Viet Nam border often didn’t survive the stormy seas ahead... [Read More...]

A Mostly Magnificent Memoir

  A child of the 1980s relives a dysfunctional and hilarious childhood in the most difficult speech of his life. It’s FORREST GUMP meets THE WONDER YEARS – but mostly true. Hysterically funny at times, heart-wrenching and heart-warming at other times, highly entertaining all the time. The story follows James Murphy, who lives an extraordinarily unique life learning ordinary life lessons to which everyone can relate through his many misadventures. James’ misadventures feat... [Read More...]