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A Game Called Revenge

Based on the thrilling true story, Turk’s quest for answers and retribution continues in Sin City Retribution: A Game Called Revenge. The Noblemen Motorcycle Club is not for the weak-hearted. Turk may be a black

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A Light Shines Through Us

What happens when a hard-charging businessman tries to rent a gym for his youth basketball camp? He meets an elderly Catholic nun who holds the keys to the perfect gym. And a whole lot more.

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Book Awards

Writing a book and being able to hold a physical copy of your is a tremendous feat. But what if you were able to win an award for your writing? There are so many book

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Rhonda Hengst

We had the pleasure of interviewing one of our Authors, Rhonda Hengst this week. Her inspirational book about her journey with multiple sclerosis and how God has helped her find strength and purpose in her

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All About Indexing

You’ve likely seen a book with an index before and thought that it seemed a bit complex, long, or even boring. However, indexes are great tools for readers interested in gleaning specific information from your

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Sand Castles

William is ten years old and has a lot to learn, besides making sand castles. His father, a successful musician, wants William to grow up like him and everyone else with privilege in the city,

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Where The Hell Is My Bacon?

Bacon bits. An untimely health directive. Frazzled technology departments. These may not sound like the makings of a company-wide protest, but, when mixed together with a dash of humor and a pinch of social media,

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To Me With Love

To Me With Love: Looking Beyond the Pain of the Past to Find Self-Acceptance. Sometimes the strongest souls come from the toughest adversities. After facing years of verbal and physical abuse and repression at the

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Girls Can Move Mountains

This by-the-bootstraps American success story is one for the ages! Dr. Solanges Vivens explains the 25 most important rules of life and business to the world in hopes to inspire the next generation of female

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He Made Ice and Changed the World

Dr. John Gorrie changed the world with his invention, but many people have never heard of him. After taking the Hippocratic Oath, he vowed to do what no other physician of his day had done:

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Okay, God… Really?

God is good. Multiple sclerosis is not. When Rhonda Hengst imagined what her life would look like in the future, she thought she’d get married, have a few children, lives in a nice home, and

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All About Book Tags

Social media is all about the here and the now. Tweets are read instantly and Instagram posts are double tapped mere seconds after being posted. For authors with new books entering the market, sharing details

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New Year, New Goals!

Happy New Year from Atlantic Publishing Group! The new year means new resolutions! But why settle for the same old, boring, hard-to-keep resolutions? This year’s resolution could be something exciting! Make 2020 the year you

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Beyond the Miracle, Beyond the Grave

Melissa Gabriel is 17 years past her expiration date. When she was rushed to the emergency room as her liver failed and her body was pierced with agony, she didn’t think she would see her

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How to Read More

At the beginning of each year, we often think of the past year and wonder how the new one could be even better. Some may set goals to exercise more, while others may decide they

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The Whojiwhajits

Josh and Kaylan just moved to a new neighborhood, and they soon realize that they have some interesting neighbors in the woods near their home. Bug-sized neighbors, to be precise. The Whojiwhajits are hiding in

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The Reality of Words

If the battlefield is the mind, the words we speak are ammunition. Words possess more creative power than we realize. With words, we have the ability to change the trajectory of our life. We can

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Judging a Book by its Cover

Making a good impression isn’t always as easy as we would like it to be. Whether we’re preparing for a first date or a job interview, those first few seconds of an interaction are always

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Father and Son: A Life Unraveled

Parents want to give their children everything––a nice house, cool clothes, good food. They do everything they can to make their babies happy and healthy, but what if they don’t? What if they can’t? What

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My Happy Day

Being separated from a parent can be saddening, but My Happy Day shows kids that there’s no need to be sad when you know another visit is coming! Read this lyrical story together to enjoy

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Low-Tech Guy in a High-Tech World

It’s no secret that Corporate America continuously experiences change. Everything from company values to the technology and processes that sales teams use are at risk to undergo rapid changes. Unfortunately for today’s businesses, they have

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