Coming Works In Final Production


MORE MORE TIME
by David B. Seaburn
ISBN 978-0-9915622-3-7
Anticipated 2014 Release

When Maxwell Ruth falls down his basement stairs, he starts hearing a puzzling message:

endingtimeendingtimeendingtime

and his life changes forever. Enter the lives, loves, and losses of six people in search of something more. Each could use More More Time, but the clock is ticking and time is short.

 

FLIGHT OF DESTINY
by Francis Powell
ISBN 978-0-9886640-0-5
Anticipated 2014 Release

A collection of 30 short stories about misfortune characterized by unexpected final twists at the end of each tale.

 

ELAINE OF CORBENIC
by Tima Z. Newman
ISBN 978-0-9915622-2-0
Anticipated 2014 Release

Elaine of Corbenic, based on Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, is the story of Launcelot and the Fisher King's daughter, who bore him the son who would one day find the Grail. Offering the poetry of medieval legend, it speaks also to contemporary themes of love, betrayal, abandonment, and the quest for meaning.

 

 

WRITTEN IN THE STARS - An Anthology
Edited by Sabrina Favors
ISBN 978-0-9915622-5-1
Anticipated 2014 Release

Written in the Stars showcases the legends, personal narratives and poetry of women, men, children and youth who have maintained resilience in the face of countless struggles stemming from economic hardship  and cultural clash. Each writes, with gentle assurance, about how they are building a better life for themselves and their families.
 


Coming Works In Editing


20Q
by Jimmy Flint-Smith
ISBN 978-0-9915622-4-4
Anticipated 2014 Release

When the big man on campus falls for the new girl in town, life as he knows it is flipped upside down. Our hero reminds us just how trying high school can be, especially when the rest of your life is at stake.

 

 

The Chemical Factor
by A. G. Hayes
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2014 Release

A stolen weapon of mass destruction hidden years ago on board the Queen Mary, has remained there unknown and undisturbed. That is, up to now. Agents Falk and Koski are called in to evacuate the ship and somehow locate the bomb. Running out of time, they risk their lives to locate the weapon, not knowing that a Girl Scout strayed from her group during evacuation and is hiding in the ship's Trafalgar Square gift shop.                                                                                                  

 

 

Cleopatra Victorious
by Helen R. Davis
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2014 Release

In a richly imagined ancient world where the course of history is altered by one battle, Cleopatra becomes not merely Liz Taylor with a bob and a beauty spot, but emerges as the true, intelligent scholar and astute politician as she deserves to be remembered.

 

 

In Search of Somatic Therapy
by Setsuko Tsuchiya
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2014 Release

What is somatic therapy? Is it about somatic therapy (psychological "talk therapy" that surrounds somatic stimulation) or somatic therapy (the somatic stimulation itself)? Do the different forms of somatic experience, e.g. massage, dance, singing, accupuncture, accupressure and biofeedback have anything in common other than talking about the experience? The author, a registered Hawaii massage therapist who comes from Japan, documents her journey in search of somatic therapy and reports the surprising answers that reveal themselves along the way.

 

 

Keiki Calabash (CD)
by Leon & Malia
UPC Pending
Anticipated 2014 Release

Songs from the Hit DVD, KEIKI CALABASH. Keiki Calabash is the most popular kids' video from Hawai'i, with sing-along songs and stories featuring hundreds of island children, puppets, and the great Hawaiian outdoors!

 

 

Keiki Calabash (DVD)
by Leon & Malia
UPC Pending
Anticipated 2014 Release

Full of musical fun, featuring hundreds of island children, puppets, and the great Hawaiian outdoors, this DVD has songs about the Monk Seal, the Green Sea Turtle, a fish called ‘O‘opu, the Coconut Tree, and how we must Mälama (take care of) Hawai‘i and the world, the land, the sea, the its peoples.

 

 

The Adventures of Purple Head, Buddha Monkey and Sticky Feet
by Erik Bracht
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2015 Release

Three young friends share exciting, outdoor adventures. Problems arise when Purple Head, a little girl from a different plant, takes her fears to extremes. She is encouraged to take risks by her friends, Buddha Monkey and Sticky Feet who are more seasoned nature explorers. Purple Head gains confidence while having fun with her pals. A charming book for grades Pre-K-5.

 



Cereus
by Z. Roux
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2015 Release

As a young child, Danny Bennet was plagued by upsetting dreams. One dream, she felt resulted in the disappearance and possible death of her best friend. Now, at the age of seventeen and having overcome her night terrors, Danny lives a normal life with her two fathers in the picturesque town of New Harbour. She feels as if she is in control of her life and her future, but what Danny doesn't know is that her life is not as "normal" as she led herself to believe.

 



Crazy Like Me
by Erin Lee
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2015 Release

Group Therapy is the story of a therapist, Dr. Katherine Murphy, who has recently opened a private practice. Her clients’ lives collide in weekly group therapy sessions. As Dr. Murphy faces her own relationship demons, she finds she’s not unlike her clients at all. Instead, they all struggle to learn from
one another important lessons.

 


All Things Await
by Seth Clabough
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2015 Release

All Things Await is a literary, comedic debut novel about Lightly, an impossibly good-looking star quarterback from an elite Virgina college, who drags along an unlikely sidekick -- the immensely unpopular and overweight Santana Montana -- to a remote Costa Rican fishing village in search of a unifying vision -- a secret location where he might glimpse the parallel universes predicted by quantum physics.

 


Big Heaven
by Charlotte Hebert
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2015 Release

Big Heaven follows sixteen-year-old protagonist, Mo Proctor, as she struggles between her desire to be a nun—which she believes was prophesized immediately after a near-death experience she had when she was twelve—and her need to take care of her father, who is showing signs of having Alzheimer's Disease.
 

 

Ballerina Birdies
by Marina Yamamoto
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2015 Release

Ballerina Birdies is a lively presentation of young birds dancing ballet. Training begins as soon as the birdies leave the nest. A cardinal feels better when he dances; a quail prefers water ballet, and a goose thoroughly enjoys the performance! A poetic and educational work that introduces some basic ballet terminology, Ballerina Birdies encourages stick-to-it-ness and sincere effort. A fun book for toddlers to tweens.
 


In the Shadows of My Mind
by Andrew Massie
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2015 Release

When his mother dies, Special Agent Stephen Lanford and his alternate personality return to their small, southern hometown to find themselves confronted with forgotten secrets and repressed desires that threaten to consume and destroy them.
 


Arts and Humanities: A Novel
by Daniel Scott
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2015 Release

ARTS AND HUMANITIES is set at a university in New York in the 1980s during a student takeover that shuts down the campus for three weeks. Earl, an ambitious senior trying to secure the prize of valedictorian. Brilliant and aloof, he cannot, however, stay completely above the turmoils roiling the university.
 


Curse of the Night Fairy
by James Latebloomer
ISBN Pending
Anticipated 2015 Release

Three children banished by the Night Fairy to a deserted island for frequent fighting with their siblings find their way back home using nothing but their wits. They outwit a sea monster, Godzilla and a spaceship. During the eventful voyage onboard a one-of-a-kind ship, they fight pirates, meet a multitude of leprechauns, a fire spewing dragon, a knight astride a lion and get stuck in the timeline. They also meet the Night Fairy, witness a fight between the knight and Night Fairy, ride a lion and watch a spectacular show of aerial fight between a lion and monkey. To cap it all, they see a bright rainbow at midnight. They return to a grand welcome ashore. They tell the Night Fairy she had been harsh on them and not to give similar punishment to other kids for such trivial offense as fighting.
 

 

 

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