Dan Duffy

The Half Book. He got the job. He got the girl. He got the diagnosis. Son of a… Dan Duffy was twenty-nine when he heard the worst three words imaginable: “you have cancer.” Testicular. Stage three. His life became equal parts fear and anger, with a dash of stupidity for flavor. From systematically...

Adrienne Tropp

Adrienne Tropp is the author of Somebody Forgot to Tell Harry: Harry Reid’s Journey from Searchlight to Spotlight, a young person’s biography of Senator Harry Reid. The book is written for children ages 8 through 12 (grades 3-6). It is the first book in the Nevada Biographies for Children...

Girlfriend/Boyfriend: How to Calm the Nerves without Drinking to Excess

by William O’Donohue & Joshua Medjuck. Have you ever felt nervous talking to that special someone, not knowing what to say or do? Have you ever used alcohol to help you relax and feel less self-conscious around someone you are attracted to? If this sounds familiar, then you can benefit from this fun,...

Lucky Bat Books Editors Collaborate on Cooking Up Stories:

Favorite Recipes from the Oregon Writers’ Network Edited and compiled by Lucky Bat Books Managing Editors Dayle A. Dermatis and Louisa Swann, Cooking Up Stories gathers together favorite writers’ recipes, from deadline crunch munchies to celebratory feasts. With an introduction by Dean Wesley...

Dorothy Black Crow

Author of The Handless Maiden and Belonging to the Black Crows An award-winning poet, fiction writer and former professor of literature at Oglala Lakota College and the University of Michigan, author Dorothy Black Crow explores the reality of life on the Pine Ridge Reservation, from her own experience as a...

Never Not Broken released in Print!

In Never Not Broken, Yvette Cantu Schneider descends into the abyss of her own psyche after her young daughter’s leukemia diagnosis. Desperate for relief from ceaseless panic, she sees a psychotherapist who introduces her to guided imagery meditation to heal trauma. Over the course of her daughter’s...

Anthony Biagi

The Homeowner Blueprint: Navigating the Real Estate Storm When the housing market began to collapse in late 2007 many, including professional investors, were unprepared for exactly what that would mean in terms of personal and investment properties. Home values quickly devalued, mortgage rates adjusted,...

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