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Author: Jessica Aiken-HallJessica Aiken-Hall
Book Title: The Monster That Ate My Mommy (2017)
Publisher: Moonlit Madness Press
Available for Purchase: Amazon, Barnes & Noble
Description: Mothers are supposed to love their children unconditionally, but what if they can't? "Your own mother doesn't love you—what makes you think anyone else will?" These words haunted the author and affected every decision she made.

 

 

Author: Narain BatraNarain Batra
Book Title: The First Freedoms and America's Culture of Innovation (2013)
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Available for Purchase: Amazon
Description: This is a book about the dynamics of the aspirational society. It explores the boundaries of permissible thought--deviations and transgressions that create constant innovations.

 

 

Author: Katharine BrittonKatharine Britton
Book Titles: Vanishing Time (2016); Little Island (2013); Her Sister's Shadow (2011)
Publisher: Brigham Books; Berkley Books
Available for Purchase: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks
Author's Note: My three novels have a common theme: family secrets and the problems they cause. In each I enjoyed exploring how a story's location might inform its character and plot, setting Vanishing Time in South Carolina's Low Country with its rich history, Little Island at a family Inn on the Maine coast, and Her Sister's Shadow in the sisters' childhood home.

 

Author: Margaret CaudillMargaret Caudill
Book Title: Managing Pain Before It Manages You
Publisher: The Guilford Press
Available for Purchase: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Guilford Press
Description: Provides state-of-the-art information about the causes and treatment of pain and guides you to identify what increases and decreases your symptoms, reduce your pain and emotional distress, make informed decisions about medications and nutritional therapies, and benefit from relaxation, meditation, and gentle exercise.

 

Author: Geoffrey DouglasGeoffrey Douglas
Book Title: The Grifter, the Poet, and the Runaway Train: Stories from a YANKEE Writer's Notebook (2019)
Publisher: Globe Pequot Press
Available for Purchase: Amazon
Description: A collection of pieces in Yankee Magazine, written over the past twenty years. Some recount public events, widely reported; others are more private, the stories of men and women surviving, facing choices, living life: the last race of a luckless small-time jockey; a local police chief's terrible moral quandary; a young man's tortured path toward suicide.

 

Author: Gigi GallawayEnergy...what
Book Title: Energy...(What?!) (2016)
Publisher: Outskirts Express
Available for Purchase: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks
Description: Energy is a big deal. This is a groundbreaking book because energy is an important part of every human being as well as all living things.

 

 

 

Author: Suzanne HinmanSuzanne Hinman
Book Title: The Grandest Madison Square Garden: Art, Scandal, and Architecture in Gilded Age New York (2019)
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Available for Purchase: Amazon
Description: The remarkable non-fiction story of the fabulous 1890 Madison Square Garden designed by Stanford White and the beautiful nude sculpture of the virgin goddess Diana by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, set on the garden's and America's tallest tower.

 

Author: Sarwar KashmeriSarwar Kashmeri
Book Title: China's Grand Strategy: Weaving a New Silk Road to Global Primacy (2019)
Publisher: Praeger
Available for Purchase: Amazon
Description: In the "Great Game" of the 21st century―gaining leadership and influence in Asia―the United States is rapidly being outflanked by China, which is investing in infrastructure, connectivity, and supply chains on an unprecedented global scale.

 

Author: Betty LauerBetty Lauer
Book Title: Hiding in Plain Sight: The Incredible True Story of a German-Jewish Teenager's Struggle to Survive in Nazi-Occupied Poland (2004)
Publisher: Smith & Kraus Global
Available for Purchase: Amazon
Description: It is 1938. Berta Weissberger, twelve years old, lives in Hindenburg, Germany, with her mother and older sister. Her father has already left for America, and the family is awaiting the arrival of their American visas. These hopes and plans are destroyed at the end of October 1938, however, when Jews are rounded up, loaded onto trucks, and driven to the Polish border.

 

Author: Raymond MalleyRaymond Malley
Book Titles: My Life and Thoughts, the Formative Years (2014); My Global Life, a Conversation with Raymond Malley (2012); Cold Waters, Being Notes Regarding Ship Voyages in the Arctic, Antarctica, and the North Atlantic (2018)
Publisher: Xlibris
Available for Purchase: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Xlibris
Author's Note: The author rose to senior positions in the U.S. diplomatic corps and global business. His three books describe crisply and vividly his many experiences in Asian and African countries during the Cold War, his numerous diplomatic and business negotiations, and his adventures to the far ends of the earth.

 

Author: Geraldine NorthButcher Bird
Book Title: Butcher Bird: Tales from Down Under (2016)
Publisher: Back Channel Press
Available for Purchase: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Norwich Bookstore
Description: The author reaches back to her experiences as an isolated, yet carefree and inquisitive child growing up on the family farm during the 1940s and '50s.

 

 

Author: Margo Melton NuttMargo Nutt
Book Title: James Melton: The Tenor of His Times (2013)
Publisher: Hawk Pine Press
Available for Purchase: Amazon
Description: A biographical memoir about the author's father, Metropolitan Opera tenor and pre-eminent antique car collector, James Melton (1904-1961).

 

 

 

Author: Felicity Vaughan SwayzeFelicity Swayze
Book Title: War Torn: A Family Story (2017)
Publisher: Felicity Vaughan Swayze
Available for Purchase: Amazon
Description: August 1940. A young father sends his wife and twin children through dangerous seas to safety in America. His daughter searches the past to answer her questions.

 

 

Author: Sheila C. SwettSheila Swett
Book Title: Discovering Mushrooms (2017)
Publisher: Sheila C. Swett
Available for Purchase: Dan & Whits, Norwich Bookstore
Description: This is a collection of my photographs displaying the large variety of colorful and unusual mushrooms I have discovered, mostly in Sharon, VT. This visual presentation is NOT focused on edibility or scientific facts, but rather on their colorful visual attraction.

 

Author: Susan WaggSusan Wagg
Book Titles: The Architecture of Andrew Thomas Taylor (2013); Money Matters: A Critical Look at Bank Architecture (1990); Ernest Isbell Barott (1985); Percy Erskine Nobbs: Architect, Artist, Craftsman (1982)
Available for Purchase: Amazon, AbeBooks, McGill-Queen's University Press
Description: The author's books include ground-breaking studies of three of Canada's notable architects, while Money Matters, which accompanied a photographic exhibition, surveys bank architecture in the United States and Canada.

 

Author: Carol WestbergCarol Westberg
Book Title: Terra Infirma (2015)
Publisher: David Robert Books
Available for Purchase: Amazon, Norwich Bookstore
Description: A finalist for the Tampa Review Prize for Poetry, this bittersweet collection journeys through grief and loss, reminding us, as Cynthia Huntington says, "how deeply our lives may be cherished."

 

 

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