Rebirth

After the devastating passage of a planet through the Milky Way, Earth is on a course to oblivion, because the planet, from another galaxy, spewed forth radiation which rendered all women infertile. A plane carrying a group of scientists to Rio de Janeiro, crashes in the Amazonia jungle. Two people survive the crash and find themselves guests of a tribe of indigenous people, the world knows nothing about. Here, life continues, women are giving birth, and unless Dr. Mullins and his wife can find... [Read More...]

The Gulag P-Pa Diaries: A Bittersweet Memoir of Grand-Parenting

As new empty-nesters Harriet and Preston next looked forward to becoming grandparents. Their journey to assuming the names of Mema and P-Pa, however, took a tragic and unexpected turn. The Gulag P-Pa Diaries tells a bittersweet story of anticipation, loss and sorrow counterbalanced with hope, faith and a butterfly on the path to grandparenthood. Told with poignancy and humor, the narrative triumphs over tragedy by chronicling The Grands’ misadventures each summer at Camp Mema/Gulag P-Pa. The ... [Read More...]

Secret Remains: A Coroner’s Daughter Mystery

It’s been 12 years since Sandi Parkman went missing after being dropped off at home by her schoolmate, Nick Larson, now the Sheriff of Freeport, Michigan. When a construction crew unearths Sandi’s bones–along with Nick’s letterman jacket and one of his hairs–Nick becomes suspect number one in the murder. $1.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Free: The Hidden Hand of Death

It is early in 1942. The war with Germany has just begun. Jack Ryder, who calls himself a fixer rather than a detective, wanders the darkest nights to his office in a back booth at an all-night diner. Ryder is famous for killing members of the mob who have crossed their bosses by hurting innocent people. Ryder also helps ordinary people in trouble. An enemy—a homicide detective—comes to hire Ryder to find the detective’s missing sister. Ryder also gets involved in going up against some Na... [Read More...]

Who Am I To Think I Can Change the World

The way we speak to ourselves affects our impact on the world. Learn how to live a purpose-driven life, with examples from the world’s greatest minds and thinkers. Great leaders throughout history have always encouraged future thinkers to bring about radical, transformative changes in the world. Sillmon has infused Who am I to think I can change the world with enlightening anecdotes, wisdom, and words of encouragement that will help readers unleash their potential, and become the change they ... [Read More...]