Featured Book - No Surrender: Faith, Family and Finding Your Way by Patrick Bisher with Jon Land
Patrick Bisher is a decorated combat veteran having served in the United States Navy as a member of the elite SEAL Teams. He served in combat, seeing action in Iraq, and received the prestigious Army Commendation Medal among other awards.
Now Patrick has taken the life lessons he learned on and off the battlefield and is applying them to the everyday lives of others seeking success, happiness and fulfillment. Through his new book NO SURRENDER: Faith, Family and Finding Your Way (to be published by Post Hill press on July 4), he offers inspiration to all who have faced, or are facing, the kind of adversity that threatens to waylay their dreams and goals. Preferring to teach from example, No Surrender is a memoir that encapsulates how faith showed Patrick the way and how faith can do the same for others.
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Featured Book - Timeless Travels: Tales of Mystery, Intrigue, Humor and Enchantment by Joseph Rotenberg
Who is today’s American Jew? Joseph Rotenberg styles himself as a modern-day maggid (traditional Jewish storyteller), weaving tales from the everyday to the fantastic, each one bringing the reader a slice of the American Jewish experience. Just as Sholem Aleichem did more than a hundred years ago in his famous stories describing Russian Jewish life, these tales inform and entertain by uncovering little-known events and personalities that have impacted the American Jewish world. In the 1950s, the late Harry Golden, in his popular collections Only in America and For Two Cents Plain, introduced Jewish culture to many non-Jewish Americans. Joseph Rotenberg’s work updates that vision to depict the contemporary, modern American Jew who is today increasingly as much at home in the halls of the Ivy League, the corridors of power in Washington, the corporate boardroom, and the theater as he is in the beit midrash and the synagogue. You'll laugh, cry, and wonder as you travel through Joseph Rotenberg’s incisive and at times laugh-outloud funny collection of tales.
“Timeless Travels is a fascinating and thought-provoking account of the experiences and travels of Jewish people throughout history, by the talented author, Joseph Rotenberg. Timeless Travels will appeal to readers of all ages. I highly recommend this page-turning collection of short stories.”
Douglas R. Cobb – Reviewer for Bestsellersworld.com
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Featured Book - Stainer: A Novel of the 'Me Decade' by Iolanthe Woulff
New York City, 1975: Decent-hearted but spoiled Jewish college kid Ben Steiner is naively possessed by an overwhelming desire to be cool. At a springtime party on the night of his twenty-first birthday, he meets two people: Rebecca Glaser, the longed-for sweet girl of his dreams, and P.T. Deighland, a beguilingly knavish wiseacre from Princeton. Seduced by Deighland’s cocksure irreverence while simultaneously succumbing to his own temptations, Ben makes a cascading series of unfortunate choices which not only threaten his budding relationship with Rebecca, but expose him to ruin at the hands of a ravishing but ruthless fashion model named Anthea Montague.
Against the background of a vanished period in American history, STAINER offers a bittersweet nostalgic trip back to a less complex world, during a time of incautious excesses that, while deceptively fun and carefree, in due course forced many unwary youngsters like Benjamin Steiner to learn some necessary –albeit painful– lessons about growing up.
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BOOK GIVEAWAYS FOR AUGUST
Five random winners will be chosen to receive a signed copy of No Surrender: Faith, Family and Finding Your Way by Patrick Bisher with Jon Land. The book will be signed by both Patrick Bisher and Jon Land. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.
One random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of The Lost Ones by Sheena Kamal . Click on book cover for more information and to enter.
One random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Seeing Red by Sandra Brown. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.
One random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of The Black Kachina by Jack Getz. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.
Book Giveaway Winners for July
Winner of Blame
Diane Pollock - IA
Winner of Every Day Above Ground
Linda Kish - CA
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No Surrender: Faith, Family and Finding Your Way by Patrick Bisher with Jon Land
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Stainer: A Novel of the 'Me Decade" by Iolanthe Woulff
The Girl on the Bridge by James Hayman
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Timeless Travels: Tales of Mystery, Intrigue, Humor and Enchantment by Joseph Rotenberg
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