Fiction—Novels

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As All My Fathers Were

Brothers Richard and Seth Barrett are devoted to running the family ranch on Nebraska's Platte River, and they plan to do so for the rest of their lives. But their mother's will requires them to travel by horse and canoe along the river to understand why their maternal grandfather homesteaded the ranch three generations earlier. From her grave, their mother also commands them to observe the harm ...

For What He Could Become

When Bill Williams, a half Irish, half Athabaskan Indian, left his native Alaskan village after a disastrous bear hunt, he left behind not only the only home he had ever known, but also the girl he loved. It was then that the true adventure of his life began. He worked on a Yukon riverboat, searched for gold, and took a job building the Alaskan Highway. When the country became involved in World ...

Freeing Freddie the Dream Weaver

Square One Publishers is proud to announce the forthcoming publication of one of South Africa’s best-selling children’s books, the Freeing Freddie: The Dream Weaver Series comprised of three titles: Freeing Freddie: The Dream Weaver—the Reader, the Workbook, and the Activity Book.The books are designed to help children and youth age eight and up to overcome their fears and access their dreams. ...

Freeing Freddie the Dream Weaver

Workbook: This special workbook—which can be used alone or alongside the Freeing Freddie the Dream Weaver picture book—guides children in letting go of their fears and empowers them to create their own magical dreams. The exercises are practical and easy to do, but most important, they are fun, insightful, and filled with joy. A dynamic tool, this workbook includes visualizations that children ...

Freeing Freddie: The Dream Weaver

Activity Book: The Activity Book engage the child in dozens of fun games, puzzles, and projects—from making crafts to baking goodies.

Life With My Guardian Angel

Let's pretend that I was killed on that day, when I wasn't.   The day when my guardian angel managed to throw my F-86F half a second from becoming a fireball in the desert, up into a clear sky, way above what would have been the impact point. If she hadn't done this, if she hadn't spared my life time after time in the 80-some years that we've been together, I wouldn't have written this book that ...

Syllables of Rain

Written with the grace and elegance of poetry, Syllables of Rain is the compelling story of two friends haunted by the experiences, circumstances, and choices that have shaped them. Cookie is a man trapped by his own memories; and as he struggles to cope with both grief and regret, he gradually descends into a perpetual cycle of self-destruction. His friend Llewellen is doing his best to help, ...

The Cut of Pride

In his novel The Cut of Pride, Jim Misko does something that is rare in modern literature: he writes about hard, brutal, unpleasant physical labor. And he does so with such vivid detail that the labor itself becomes one of the story’s major entities. His cast of complex, dysfunctional characters—owners and employees of a mink-raising farm in coastal Oregon—is nearly destroyed by the seemingly ...

The End Of Immortality

Set in the mortal world of now: a story-loving Valkyrie meets a reclusive writer with unforeseen choices to be made. A story is not a story unless it has a beginning and an end. There is no such thing as a story without an end, since a story without an end can never be told and therefore cannot exist. This is an unforgettable novel about finding an unknown version of yourself in a different ...

The Most Expensive Mistress in Jefferson County

What would you do to earn a $10 million profit? Would you be willing to compromise your principles? Hawkins Neilson is about to find out in The Most Expensive Mistress in Jefferson County. The United States Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, and other government agencies have signed a contract—along with 130 ranchers and farmers and the Nez Pearce Indian ...

The Path of the Wind

GOLD/1ST PLACE AWARD WINNER, 2018 FEATHERED QUILL BOOK AWARDS(ADULT FICTION category)Miles Foster is a newly minted teacher who dreams of getting a teaching job in the highly respected and financially stable Portland, Oregon school system where everything is available, and where he and his wife call home. But the only opening for his talents is in a remote lumber mill town in central Oregon, two ...

West of Phoebe

This book consists of nine stories; most of which are loosely connected but no attempt was made to follow a timeline or storyline. They are intended to stand alone as short stories.  But, most take place in the mythical village of Phoebe in rural Virginia in the 1940s and 1950s. They are all told from the point of view of one narrator, many when the narrator was a child. Children in this time ...