Some Selections From Our Members
English Language As Hydra – by Vaughan Rapatahana
English Language as Hydra: Its Impacts on Non-English Language Cultures (Linguistic Diversity and Language Rights) – by Vaughan Rapatahana
English Language as Hydra argues that, far too often, the English language industry has become a swirling, beguiling monster, unashamedly intent on challenging local lingua-diversity and threatening individual identities. This book brings together the voices of
Cold Coffee Press Book Review for Sticking Point by Susan Whitfield
Sticking Point by North Carolina Native Mystery Writer Susan Whitfield is her fifth and final book in her Logan Hunter Mysteries. Each book in stands alone, but starting at the beginning of the series will bring more clarity. The author draws the reader into the mystery and into the lives of her well-developed characters. Reading
Tutankhamen Speaks – by Cheryl Carpinello
Hundreds of years ago, scrolls that would alter the view of Ancient Egypt’s most famous pharaoh were lost. Rumors through the ages said the scrolls told of a time that the Pharaoh Tutankhamen spoke from beyond the grave. No one who heard of these scrolls believed that the scrolls had ever existed.
Then following the
Cold Coffee Press Book Review Welcome To Harmony – by Dan Trumpis
Being twelve years old is already hard enough. Being a werewolf makes it even harder. Dillon Howell and his parents have just moved to Harmony, a small town in Northern California. Like all kids, he just wants to fit in and make friends, while keeping his “condition” a
Confrontation – An Axe Of Iron Novel – by J. A. Hunsinger
This character driven, action packed historical fiction saga continues from ‘The Settlers: An Axe Of Iron Novel’ where 163 Greenlanders and 152 Icelanders (including men, women and children) set sail with horses, cows, pigs, chickens, dogs, cats, equipment
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