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Winter 2003-2004 Listings

“Innocent Heart” by Erica Adams
Genre: Contemporary romance
Release date: March 2004
Publish America www.publishamerica.com

Brace yourself for an emotional roller coaster ride. This novel tells the story of a married man who falls in love with a single younger woman. They ignore their feelings for each other because it seems to be the right thing to do. Fate brings them together and carries them through all the obstacles life seems to offer.
Rose, abused and battered by her first husband, finds a way out of the hell that her marriage had become. Darren, a middle aged farmer, not looking for love, but found it in all the wrong places, denies his feelings for Rose.

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“Thinking Outside the Square: Writing Publishable (Short) Stories” by Cheryl Wright
Genre: Creative Writing How-to ebook
Release Date: December 22, 2003
Publisher: www.writer2writer.com

You will be guided through every stage of writing short stories; learn to brainstorm better outcomes, build realistic characters, prepare your manuscript, give your character a unique voice, use action tags, what if, and much, much more.

The author shares her secret formulas and imparts her ‘little gems of wisdom’. Using snippets from her own work as examples, she shows you how to write stunning, publishable, stories in a way that is easily understood.

There is almost sixty pages of information, and includes a summary and exercise in each section.

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“Saskia” by Ann Herrick
Genre: Mainstream
Release Date: January 13, 2004
Publisher: www.diskuspublishing.com

Even ten years after she disappeared from his life, Ben cannot forget the magic of the girl named Saskia. What will he do now that he has the opportunity to see her once more?

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“Sisters in Time” by Ginger Simpson
Genre: Paranormal Time-Travel with a Historical Twist
Release Date: January 2004
Publisher: Wings ePress, www.wings-press.com

No cell phones, hair dryers and taxis? How will Taylor Morgan, a 21st century attorney survive in the 1800s. Airplanes, dishwashers, cars and tampons? Mariah Cassidy is terrified to find herself plopped into 2002. And what about those strange men claiming to be their husbands? Can these two women find their way back to their own era and husband, or are they destined to remain lost in time? AN EXCITING TIME-TRAVEL WITH A HISTORICAL TWIST AVAILABLE NOW – SISTERS IN TIME

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“Healing Sticks” by Stephen John French
Genre: Inspirational Fiction
Release Date: January 2004
Publisher: Publish America, www.PublishAmerica.com

Healing Sticks is an inspiring story about the finding of the cross of Jesus Christ. Soon after the discovery, David Clayton learns the splinters of the cross have the power to heal. The public clamors for the sticks. This creates a worldwide revival unprecedented in human history which may just be the final revelation from God. Crisis arises as unbelieving people and nations are made to face the miraculous healings that cannot be denied. Nations are thrown into chaos over end time events beyond their control. Unparalleled healings lead the world to its knees and beget the Church’s finest hour.

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“Sunshine” by Sharon J. Long
Genre: Romance
Releasedate: Dec. 25. 2003
Publisher: Publish America
ISBN#: 1-4137-0339-9

Jame Greene is a wife with 2 kids that are grown and works in apartment management. She falls in love witha contracor working on one of the properties. She decides to tell her lover how she feels but only to find out a ‘secret’ he had kept fromher months that will destory her life.

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“Lucinda’s Contract” by Monica M. Martin
Genre: Romantic Erotica/Historical
Release date: December 1, 2003
Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press~the “Yellow Bordello” line (Opened December 1st)

Venice 1590

Under the guise of Adam, at Doge Pasquale’s masquerade ball, Nicolas–a French agent–cavorts with a delightful wench, alias Eve, and then has her followed, with the intention of learning her identity.
He offers to pay the over inflated price of one thousand ducats–the cost of her father’s freedom from a debtors jail in London and her rent for one year, in return for her services for the period of two months.
Guilt ridden, Lucinda swallows her pride and accepts Nicolas’s offer, not once making the connection that he and Adam are the same man…

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