In his novel, In the Beginning, Jaime Reyes addresses topics of spirituality and religion from the imagined perspective of a Neanderthal tribe. We talked with Reyes about his experiences with religion, his unorthodox journey to becoming a writer, and how he became interested in Neanderthals for the subject of his book.
The War Stories Chronicles is a compilation of memoirs, journals, poetry books and other creative pieces that share my story of over-coming addiction and mental illness.
Prince: A Private View takes you behind the lens on an intimate trip through the extraordinary life of the legendary musician through never-before-seen photos and personal recollections.
Iranian born photographer and filmmaker Afshin Shahidi first met Prince in 1993. After working as his cinematographer on numerous video projects he was invited to document his 2002 One Night Alone Tour, and would become Prince’s personal photographer for a decade.
Before We Die Young by L.T. Quartermaine is a fast paced coming-of-age contemporary fantasy novel set on the vast Savanna Plains of East Africa. The winner of the Readers’ Favorite Book Award follows two sets of brothers and sisters who set out with their horses and dogs to right the wrongs done against them.
Patrice Shavone Brown admits in Secrets Of A Crazy Mental Health Counselor that counselors are not perfect. Counselors keep secrets and they have issues too. The book pulls back the veil to reveal that counselors, like the rest of us, have a lot of things they have to deal with each day.
Author Angie Ransome-Jones’ very first book entitled Path to Peace, A Guide to Managing Life After Losing a loved One achieved Bestseller status in both the Love & Loss and Death & Grief categories on Amazon. The book records her journey of finding peace after the overwhelming and unexpected loss of her father.
Twins live relatively normal lives at home on Earth, but they are drawn to voices in their heads asking them to “come to the party.” At the party, they find that the partygoers are really some kind of spirits, and before long they’re taken away to another world beneath Earth known as the kingdom of Scaba.
To Live Is To Die First looks at how our thoughts are projected in our heads like a movie, creating our fictional reality.
“If I tell you that we’re dead now, no less than ever, you probably will not accept that. True, if you ask me if I’m alive, I will say without any hesitation, “yes!” However, this is only because we, humankind, created such a reality in which; if I’m breathing and my heart beats, I am considered alive, but this conclusion comes from the assumption that I’m a thinking person who has knowledge about the body, life, and death.” – To Live Is To Die First
“Through hundreds of thousand years, man has moved in one way and in one direction in the search for meaning, happiness, security, love and freedom, but all he found was suffering,” Eli Darzi tells Breakaway Daily.
Newly-released by Langdon Street Press, Rich Marcello’s new novel will take you take you on a life-changing and spiritual journey.
The Beauty of the Fall tackles emotionally transformative topics, explores father-son relationships, and working through grief. This mulitlayered novel explores social issues such as climate change, domestic violence, equality for women, and examines the internal struggle of corporate and political America against the people.
One Night in the 90’s is the first book from the trilogy series When the World Becomes Braille by Mustafa
Ozalcin. The story is told first person from the perspective of the character Chris, through what he describes as a diary.
During a London weekend
we see Chris and his lifelong friends meander through relationships, drugs and violence.
J.J. Hebert first made a splash on the literary
scene back in 2009 with the launch of his debut novel, Unconventional, an
inspirational book that quickly landed on Amazon bestseller lists and, over
time, sold over 100,000 copies worldwide. The success of his novel allowed him
to expand MindStir Media (the
company he initially started to publish Unconventional)
and to start taking on author clients to help them replicate his success.
This is the story of Tambri, a woman who suffers the loss of her young son and the disintegration of her perfect marriage to her high school sweetheart, Daniel. Although Tambri retains her sense of humor, she struggles with feelings of loss and guilt, and not being good enough for this world.
Did you know that
America is one of the only countries that hyphenates their citizens by ethnicity before nationality? The book and social movement Hyphened-Nation was inspired by author Nicole Draffen’s travels overseas.
When she spent time living in the United Kingdom she realized that living abroad was an eye opening experience and began to understand certain aspects of American culture better the longer she lived overseas.
When Gillian Harris was thirteen, she knew she was special — and that there was more to this world than meets the eye. She was having visions of another lifetime in another place that could only be explained as clairvoyance. Though she didn’t completely understand it at the time, she knew the young man she was seeing in her head was her — like knowing her reflection in a mirror.