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Frank and a Dog Named Pup

by Pauline Hensley Harber

art by Barbara Rochelle Wills

This is the true story of Frank and his dog named Pup. Frank and Pup grew up in the mountains of southeast Kentucky in Harlan County. Roaming the hills, they found both adventure and heartache, but through it all they were together. 36 pages

ppbk $20.00

eBook $4.95

The Black Heart Book lll: The Fourth Generation by Rosezelle Boggs-Qualls

There were no secrets among the folk who live in the Pine Mountains of Southeast Kentucky. However, there are memories of Alex Turner as an old man with strange powers and of his daughter Judy who could shoot like a man and had the same powers. But no one knew about the Black Heart Book. This book is the third in The Black Heart Book trilogy. In The Black Heart Book III-The Fourth Generation, Rosezelle Boggs-Qualls continues to educate and entertain you with stunning insight as she chronicles her family's life experiences. Judy Turner-Smith honors her promise to God and to her father to use her special powers only for good. Judy is a fiercely independent woman and she instills the same strengths in the author. About The Author - Rosezelle Boggs-Qualls - From the mountains of Southeastern Kentucky comes one of the twenty-first century's most powerful writers. Her words carry you back to a life and time that is all but forgotten. Rosezelle Boggs-Qualls grew up in the Sunshine coal camp and in the city of Harlan, Kentucky. A born tom-boy, she spent her days exploring the mountains, trails, streams, and abandoned mines of the Pine Mountains. She learned at a tender age of the adventures and deeds of her great grandfather, Alex Turner 1822-1929. She was particularly fascinated by tales of how he had spelled animals and people, and healed the sick. Likewise, Judy Turner-Smith 1884-1976, her grandmother, possessed the same powers, and filled Rosezelle's mind with detailed images of the people, places and events which touched and changed her own life. 298 pages

ppbk 27.95

eBook 4.95

Mountain Destiny by Pauline Hensley Harber

Who is Anna Laura? In the 1930s, a woman comes riding into Brushy Mountain. The settlement people come to learn this woman is not a stranger to be feared, but a good Christian woman come to help change their lives for the better. Feeling led to help the people of Brushy Mountain, Anna Laura leaves behind the only man she's ever loved. Will the good she can do be enough to balance the sacrifice? In her first novel, Harber blends memories of life in the mountains with her own steadfast devotion to create a vivid tale of life, love, and abiding faith. 262 pages

ppbk $24.95

eBook 4.95

 

   

Echoes from the Mountains by Pauline Hensley Harber

Life in the mountains of Harlan County can be difficult, but the beauty and serenity of the region can also be healing. In Among the Mountain Laurels we followed the life of Pauline Harber from her youth in the forties and fifties in her little mountain community of Martin's Fork, through her foray out into the world beyond her beloved mountains, to her fight with kidney disease, and even more joys and tragedies. Echoes from the Mountains continues and expands the stories of Pauline's ancestors mentioned in Among the Mountain Laurels. Be with Grace and Malachi as they come into Brush Mountain for the first time; meet Emily and cheer her indomitable spirit as she raises her children in the harsh mountain environment, learn more about Liddie and Ruthie, and discover what's become of their many children.

ppbk 24.95

240 page paperback 24.95

eBook 4.95
 

Letters from Wildie by Norma Eversole [LARGE PRINT]

Sometimes it's difficult to imagine those who came before. So often we pass by the old places and never give them another thought. This volume traces the history of a small town written as a series of letters, each giving insight into the lives of people both real and imagined.

ppbk 14.95

 

84 page paperback 14.95

eBook 4.95
 

The Black Heart Book II by Rosezelle Boggs-Qualls - There were no secrets among the folk that lived in the Pine Mountain Region of Kentucky. Everyone knew that Alex Turner was an old man with strange powers. They also knew that his daughter Judy could ride and shoot like a man and had the same powers. But no one knew about the Black Heart Book... 27.95

 

 

368 page paperback 27.95

eBook 4.95  

Our Cat Family by Rosezell Boggs-Qualls

Rosezelle and husband Buck have made room in their lives for many four-legged friends. Follow Rosezelle, Buck, and the menagerie through hard times, good times, and even a 300 mile move. 24.95

 

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The Chocolate Box by Sharon J Clark

Dip into The Chocolate Box and you will find a superb choice of fifteen short stories, each with the soft-centred promise of an uplifting ending. These are stories that will brighten your day and put a smile on your face - a real zero-calorie treat.

Newly married, Abigail flees her husband.

Four-year-old Bethany fears she doesn't really belong.

Madeleine worries about her retired husband's errant behaviour.

Join the characters of The Chocolate Box as they face up to the difficulties of life with courage, a dash of humour and the occasional dark chocolate moment.

While not the publisher, AI is the US distributor for this volume. UK and Europe customers should visit Sharon's site here.

 

 

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Walking Free: The Life of Nellie Zimmerman

In May of 1976, at the age of 71, the deaf and blind Nellie Zimmerman was released from the Massillon State Hospital. After nineteen years of confinement she took her first breath of freedom. Nellie went on to attend college, became a well known lecturer and an award winning life skills instructor at a group home for deaf and deaf-blind teenage boys. Rosezelle Boggs-Qualls and Dr. Daryl Greene go behind the headlines to bring Nellie Zimmerman’s story to life, as told by Emily Street Hensel, her companion and friend and as documented by genealogical research and the national publicity surrounding her accomplishments. Dr. Greene writes, “This is an incredible story of the victory of the human spirit over what most of us would consider insurmountable circumstances. Once you read it, you will see your own life in a new light.” 244 pages

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Sixty Five Roses: The Richard C. Gannon Story [LARGE PRINT]

Richard Cummins Gannon was born September 19, 1952 with a life expectancy of less than 12 years. To the author's knowledge, in January, 2007, he is one of the oldest living persons who were diagnosed with cystic fibrosis as a newborn infant. Richard is the first person in Ohio to successfully undergo a triple-organ transplant, and the sixteen-hour surgery made medical news around the world! In January, 1991, at University Hospitals of Cleveland, he received a new liver, kidney, and pancreas. With the progression of modern medicine, his own constant faith in God, and the love, prayers, and support of his family and friends, Richard courageously persevered through overpowering life challenges. 88 pages

 

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Among the Mt. Laurels by Pauline Hensley Harber

Life in the mountains of Harlan County can be difficult, but the beauty and serenity of the region can also be healing. Follow the life of Pauline Harber from her youth in the forties and fifties in her little mountain community of Martin's Fork, through her foray out into the world beyond her beloved mountains, to her fight with kidney disease, and even more joys and tragedies. 244 pages.

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