Sir Harry & Lady Frankland

Come travel back three centuries ago…experience the trials & victories between the English Baronet, Sir Harry Frankland and Agnes Surriage as they shared a world together in perfect harmony.

Sir Harry & Lady Frankland
by Ms. Phyllis
paperback ISBN: 9781930648418
(132 pages)

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Strains of Glory: A Maine Country Scrapbook

Excerpt: My thoughts go back to the big city of Portland where I started school at age six-we went directly into first grade- Lenora and I. Our first day at school in Portland she got us both in trouble…I never forgot it.

Strains of Glory: A Maine Country Scrapbook
by Flora Jackson Sawyer
Published by Goose River Press
hard cover ISBN: 978-1-59713-167-4
(174 pages)

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Looking for Eddie

A blend of biography and military history, Looking for Eddie recounts the life and death of U. S. Marine Corporal Edward Joseph Couchon, Jr., a charismatic young man of exceptional promise and deep religious faith.

Looking for Eddie
by Norm Schroeder
Published by Goose River Press
paperback ISBN: 978-1-59713-166-7
(270 pages)

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My Mother's Dressing Room

A fashion consultant, vintage-wear hunter and storyteller, Siobhan “Bunny” McDonough brings a keen and playful sensibility to what people look good wearing, and is able to finesse clients’ comfort level while pushing them to take a little more fashion risk. “The way we dress offers such a window into who we are,” she says. “Why waste that opportunity? Live adventurously!”

My Mother’s Dressing Room
by Siobhan McDonough
Published by Goose River Press
paperback ISBN: 978-1-59713-134-6
(200 pages)

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Colored, of Course

Colored, of Course┬áreveals what it was like growing up in the “other America. “The author identifies as a Black Yankee and shares that unfamiliar life with folks who have known her, but not the circumstances that racism, classism, and poverty befall children of color: a confirmation that Black lives matter.

Colored, of Course
by Shirley F. B.Carter
Published by Goose River Press
paperback ISBN: 978-1-59713-027-3
(236 pages)

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The Roan

The Roan┬áis a family story, composed of facts, folklore and the author’s grandmother’s oral history. The central character’s mother, Mary Jane Lee, was born into involuntary servitude. Her red hair, fair skin and hazel eyes, made her valued property, like a unique roan horse. Admitted to an Alms house as a white woman, her murder disclosed otherwise. Thus, the quest by the author to unravel the history.

The Roan
by Shirley F. B.Carter
Published by Goose River Press
paperback ISBN: 978-1-59713-124-7
(224 pages)

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Furious Love

In the tradition of C. S. Lewis’ classic, A Grief Observed, Johnny and Carla Morton have allowed us to join them on their journey through grief following the death of their teenage son, Zach. Furious Love is powerful because it is honest and intimate. Your heart will be moved by this story of love, loss, family, and faith. For even as the Mortons have walked through one of the deepest valleys this life has to offer, in Christ they have found God’s sovereignty to be a refuge, his grace to be sufficient, and his love to be steadfast. We are finding this book to be a great help to those who are experiencing others forms of loss: loss of a job, through divorce, the empty nest, and more!

Furious Love
by Johnny & Carla Morton

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Liberate Hawai'i!

Using recent deep legal and historical research done by Hawaiian scholars, Liberate Hawai’i! refutes, with significant implications, the 1898 U.S. claim to have “annexed” Hawai’i with subsequent authority later to convert that country to a U.S. “state” in 1959.

Liberate Hawai’i!
by Jon D. Olsen

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Summoned

Summoned contains the stories of six famous women from history, each on a spiritual path. I have selected specific women who, through their positive vision, significantly altered their society. Each woman tells her story from first person point of view as I imagined it. For each of these women there was a turning point, a fork in the road, when they were summoned by a power greater than themselves to take steps that changed the conventional course of their lives and altered society.

by Toni Ortner

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