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January 4, 2021 — It is with great pleasure to announce the grand winner of The Moving Words 2021 Award… From among the 16 entries, our three professional reviewer judges have unanimously voted for Slaves, Masters, and Traders by H. Ann Ackroyd as THE MOST MOVING BOOK. continue reading

December 13, 2020 — A lot of parents and teachers are searching for a powerful resource that can help children learn to read in an enjoyable way. Melvine Groves’s book Teacher-Parent-Student Workbook for Learning and Teaching Basic Phonics has built that reputation. continue reading

December 9, 2020 — Danger can often appear from unexpected places. Kitty McCaffrey’s Dancing with a Stranger reveals that ballroom dancing falls into this category in ways that are sure to shock. continue reading

December 1, 2020 – Ryke Leigh Douglas released a wonderful video trailer for her book, The Tale of Tumeleng. The said video captures the highlights of the story which hopefully, will capture the hearts of many people especially children. continue reading

November 20, 2020 — During what are quite trying times for many people, the fear of death is a very real experience. But what if there were nothing to fear at all? TnT explores this subject in their new book, coming to conclusions that are quite liberating. continue reading

November 14, 2020 — Author Kalie Marino is excited to announce the release of her latest edition psycho-spiritual growth book, Breaking Free from the Inner Critic: The Underlying Causes of All Addictions and Social Problems which is now available on Amazon. The book masterfully illustrates how potent human consciousness is and how human awareness and innate strength can inspire and guide people to a place of healing and oneness throughout their lifetime. continue reading

October 20, 2020 — Notable author Boyd B. McNiel is excited to announce the release of his third eye-opening book titled, Let Me Count the Ways: In Which We Have All Been Deceived which is available on Amazon. continue reading

October 6, 2020 — Notable children’s book author, Ryke Leigh Douglas, is excited to announce the release of her newest book title, The Tale of Tumeleng. continue reading

October 2, 2020 — Renowned author Clifton K. Meador is pleased to announce the release of his latest book titled, “Sketches of a Small Town…Circa 1940…A Memoir,” adding to his esteemed collection of published literature on Amazon. continue reading

September 24, 2020 — People looking on how to change their lives in order to be prosperous and joyful can definitely find it in the book, “Create Your Own Fate: Connect with Your Creativity and Change Your Life.” continue reading

August 27, 2020 — People looking for Christian education and spiritual enlightenment will find it in the book, “Creating an Atmosphere for the Promises of God.” continue reading

August 13, 2020 — A new graphic novella from Author H. Ann Ackroyd dives into the conflict surrounding Britain’s colonial presence in southern Africa. “Colonial Adventure and Other Stories” is written in rhythmic prose, making it an exciting and easy-to-read glimpse into ancient Zimbabwe at a time when Africans were starting to reclaim their land from British colonials. continue reading

August 10, 2020 — “Cuauhtémoc: Descending Eagle,” a 16th-century historical fiction authored by D L Davies, has been released. The book explores Mayan civilization in a tale not of what was, but what could have been if certain mistakes had not been made. Those interested in learning lessons from history will appreciate the thought-provoking first book of the “Cuauhtémoc” four-book series. continue reading

July 31, 2020 — Earl W. Fee is the definition of a late bloomer success story, breaking 60 world records in master’s running and hurdling all after the age of 57. The 91-year-old shares his secrets to perseverance, anti-aging and running methods in his autobiography “Earl Fee is Running.” continue reading

July 29, 2020 — There are few historical fiction books out there that focus on World War II from the perspective of multiple people, and even fewer that are written in rhythmic prose. That’s what sets Author H. Ann Ackroyd’s novel apart from others. “Across the Rift” explores the conflicts of World War II in a truly unique way. continue reading

July 27, 2020 — In the turmoil and pain of the Black Lives Matter movement and George Floyd’s death, it’s clear that the legacy of slavery and racial discrimination in America lives on. For those interested in how that legacy got started, the book “Slaves, Masters and Traders” takes a unique perspective on the topic of slavery in 1800 A.D. continue reading

July 27, 2020 — “Dondobee or the Adventures of a Leolian Elf,” a new children’s book authored by Dale Parry, has been released. The book is based in a fantasy world but teaches real-life moral lessons. Children will enjoy reading about the adventures of three elves and an urchin boy named Coal. Parents will appreciate the message of the importance of seeing the beauty in everyone woven throughout the story. continue reading