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Category: Story Books

Janet King’s book “We Didn’t See This Coming: And It Could Happen to You—Alzheimer’s Disease” is an informative work that shares the reality of Alzheimer’s disease

“We Didn’t See This Coming: And It Could Happen to You—Alzheimer’s Disease” from Page Publishing author Janet King tells the story of a husband and wife suffering from Alzheimer’s disease at the same time, but the way the disease presented itself couldn’t have been more different.

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Author MaryAlice Kelly’s new book “The Silver Circle” is a compelling tale of magic, mystery, and friendship in the tiny kingdom of Lamara

“The Silver Circle” from Page Publishing author MaryAlice Kelly is a gripping and potent work of fantasy fiction following the epic journey of two young men- one a prince and heir to the throne, the other his best friend, and the latent power struggles that threaten the peace of a battle-weary kingdom.

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Author James Kirkwood’s new book “When Fathers Don’t Hug” is an inspirational memoir about how fathers may have an everlasting influence on one’s life.

“When Fathers Don’t Hug” from Page Publishing author James Kirkwood is a personal account of the author’s childhood and how his father raised him and influenced his life. He includes ways for readers to reflect on their own stories, making it somewhat interactive.

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Thom Shipley, a resident of Baltimore, has a new book. “Racism: Then and Now” is a memoir of the lasting legacy of bigotry on his formative years in postwar Maryland.

“Racism: Then and Now” from Page Publishing by author Thomas R. Shipley, Ed.D, is a thought-provoking work reflecting on the myriad forms of racism he witnessed as a young White man growing up in rural Maryland, and the discriminatory attitudes that persist in many American communities to the present.

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Author Cornelius Wright’s new book “Black Boy from the Barrio” is the first in a series of memoirs sharing the challenges and triumphs of his life in Northern California

“Black Boy from the Barrio” from Page Publishing author Cornelius Wright is a deeply personal reflection on his formative years in a close-knit family with a hardworking father and a mother who suffered from debilitating mental illness and the turning point at which he took control of his life and charted a course toward a more successful future.

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Author Patricia Jensen’s new book “John or Is It Fred: A Glimpse of the Jensen Family Saga” is a compelling portrait of a family living during a turbulent era in history

“John or Is It Fred: A Glimpse of the Jensen Family Saga” from Page Publishing author Patricia Jensen is a passionately crafted depiction of the author’s husband’s family during the turbulent 1920s to 1940s, as the family lives through Prohibition, the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, and the Dust Bowl, amongst other significant events in United States history.

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Author Mister Bill’s new book “Anasazi” is the second in a series and a vivid portrait of life for one of America’s native peoples nearly a thousand years ago

Recent release “Anasazi” from Page Publishing author Mister Bill is a riveting adventure written in the voice of Dyan, a young indigenous boy navigating life in what is now the American Southwest before the arrival of European explorers. Follow Dyan’s journey as he navigates the day-to-day joys and challenges of family, nature, and survival while missing the father who never returned.

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Author Ilise Dorsky’s New Book “Little Girl Lost” is a Searing Story of Addiction and its Devastating Toll on Victims and Their Families

Recent release “Little Girl Lost” from Page Publishing author Ilise Dorsky is a gripping and potent novel following a mother’s desperate quest to save her daughter stuck in the throes of an intractable opioid addiction. Brenda’s heartbreaking journey to hold her family together as a single mother will resonate with anyone who has ever felt the impact of addiction in their own life.

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