Local Authors

Here are some of our local authors and books of local interest. These selections are updated monthly, so be sure to check back!

$19.94
ISBN-13: 9781478728108
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Published: Outskirts Press, 8/2014
Far from clinical—a raw and comical memoir filled with inspiration, hands-on advice, and reality entertainment. Laugh, cry, and celebrate your way to dating over 50!”     


Mystical Milestone (Paperback)

$13.00
ISBN-13: 9781847718273
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Published: Y Lolfa, 3/2013
The Mystical Milestone is a novel set in South Wales. It opens with a much troubled teenage girl; her glass is invariably half empty. She overcomes her issues, but in her mid-twenties a seemingly manageable event careens completely out of control. and she relapses. This sets the stage for a plot that’s unique and which incorporates such elements as obsession, mysticism, loyalty and faith.  


Beyond Divorce (Paperback)

$22.95
ISBN-13: 9780989354103
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Published: Deliberate Press, Ltd., 9/2013
Going through a divorce is like being between trapezes—without a net. We are shaken to our core. Although disconcerting, this shaking makes possible a creative rearranging of our lives into something we want. Beyond Divorce helps the reader through the pain and turmoil, to learn what went wrong, and to arrive at the other side of their divorce with awareness, peace, and renewed vision

$18.95
ISBN-13: 9781304361806
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Published: Ziwa Press, 1/2013

$12.44
ISBN-13: 9781432799434
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Published: Outskirts Press, 12/2013
This fiction fantasy story about a Midwest farmwoman has everything from ghastly predators to ghostly heroes, prison yogis, Mom and apple pie, a magical amusement park carousel, and a mesmerizing well.  But don’t let that fool you…beneath it all, there are deep questions at play here that will leave you thinking long after the unexpected and satisfying ending.


Get Real (Paperback)

$14.95
ISBN-13: 9781493637805
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Published: Author House, 6/2014
Get Real is the ultimate how-to handbook for discovering and turning your latent, powerful ideas into action. This book is written with such simplicity, honesty and clarity as to be disarming. If you are ready to be disarmed from your defenses to success--this is the place to start. It is a rapid pathway to discovering the self-knowledge that will free you to act on your big ideas and do it now. 


The Boy Who Ran (Paperback)

$10.99
ISBN-13: 9781940640006
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Published: Woodland Park Press LLC, 11/2013
The sole survivor when his village was massacred, the boy spends his days alone in the forest feeling more of a kinship with animals than with the villagers who took him in but never really accepted him. Ohio, 4000BC, the story follows the boy’s struggle to earn his place among The People.


$24.00
ISBN-13: 9780981811727
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Published: Eolus, 4/2014
Adventure and adoption. K is for Kathmandu takes us on a journey through the mountainous Khumbu( Everest) region of Nepal, through the bureaucracy of an adoption of Nepalese children in the capital city of Kathmandu amidst the turmoil of Maoist uprisings, and eventually into the jungle world of the Chitwan in search of a third sibling. 


$19.99
ISBN-13: 9781493159703
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Published: Xlibris Corporation, 1/2014
Remember When gives an opportunity to experience the journey of a person gifted in many areas:  science, music, biblical interpretation, mathematics, languages, cooperative, teaching.  This autobiography of Richard C. Williams shares the family and culture he experienced over 82 years in an interesting and informative way.  Readers will remember a time quite different from today. –Marilyn Miller


Chiaroscuro (Hardcover)

$15.95
ISBN-13: 9780615983967
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Published: Lori Lucas, 1/2014
Reading these poems is to feel the frank vitality behind the voice, ever attentive to the wonders – and everyday doubts and disturbances . Couched in the history of intimate and domestic relationships, Lucas’s poems remind us to wake up and live our lives fully. challenging chiaroscuro – its lights and darks.  

$14.95
ISBN-13: 9780615920962
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Published: Green Quill Press, 12/2013

Suspense and romance in the Colorado high country. Haunted by a bear claw necklace, Sarah asks a Ute medicine man for help, only to find herself entangled in a tragic story from 160 years ago and in an environmental conflict that threatens the remote valley. A journey of self-discovery, rich with sacred ceremony, treacherous obsession and timeless love.


Magrete (Paperback)

$15.54
ISBN-13: 9781595945082
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Published: WingSpan Press, 11/2013
Mette, eighteen, struggles with mental impairment while missionaries convert her Danish family to Mormonism in 1857.  They travel by ship to New York, train to Iowa, and covered wagons to Utah. Mette who intermittently becomes Magrete, an alternate personality, has insight into the challenges they face becoming Mormons.  It is through Mette we follow the characters lives and the trance-like maze of her visions. 


$35.00
ISBN-13: 9780991451708
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Published: Karen Divine, 5/2014
This is a book about the truths I’ve come to learn through the use of Photography as Art.  I believe art as therapy offers a profound and playful way to tap into one’s unconscious, providing unedited truths. My work is personal, intimate and about revelations that correlate to the iChing.  All the images were shot and composited on the iPhone

$24.95
ISBN-13: 9780990301400
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Published: Unitive, 4/2014
This magical novel calls to the spark of the Divine within us all, and takes the reader on a spiritual adventure with a man-child named Charlie Smithson. Charlie is led deep into the wilderness by a guide named Moses toward an encounter that will either destroy him, or lead toward illumination and the discovery of the Field. 


Renegade Manager (Paperback)

$19.95
ISBN-13: 9781495104701
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Published: Jakameca Book Group , 4/2014
A personal roller-coaster ride through the halls of the Department of Commerce Labs in Boulder, Colorado, as the author attempts to help Al Gore reinvent the federal bureaucracy. This book describes the problems in government with fantastic clarity and insight. A terrifying story, brilliantly and bravely told.