With the emerging New Hampshire story about Harmony Montgomery – missing for two years – Momma, Don’t Hit Me! is more relevant than ever.
As early as 2011 – over 10 years ago – Shannon Bowen tried to get help for a neighboring family that was out of control. Kevin, a toddler, was abused repeatedly, day after day. Neighbors complained. Shannon called the police repeatedly, and tried to get help from New Hampshire’s offices dedicated to child and family services.
It’s not that the police and state offices didn’t want to help. They did, but resources and state laws prevented them from the kind of investigation that might have helped Kevin.
Read Momma, Don’t Hit Me!, free with Kindle Unlimited.
And then ask your local officials and legislators to be sure children in your area are protected from abuse and neglect. Children like Kevin and Harmony deserve better.
One of our long-time authors, Fiona Broome, has been working on a series of Mandela Effect books.
She’s starting with books based on the archives of her ground-breaking website, MandelaEffect.com.
When that website became the focus of controversy, she chose to reduce the site’s footprint and preserve its historic discussions in books.
The first books document the thousands of assorted memories shared by site visitors.
As of 2021, we’re working on second, improved editions with Ms. Broome and Dace Allen.
This is the proposed new cover design, to identify the new editions.
They will be available in digital, paperback, and hardcover editions, to reach a broader audience.
Though many of those comments are 10 or more years old, many still ring true, and resonate with open-minded readers.
Additional books will follow.
Jake Camden joins us as a new author writing in the horror sub-genre. His first book is Descent. It’s the prologue to his new series, The Amityville Diaries.
He’s followed-up with his second book, The Haunting of Obedience, co-written with Abigail Clark. It’s a campy ghost story for fans of 1960s’ horror movies.
Jake began writing from his dorm room in Vermont, where he majored in Environmental Science. He’s still in the Green Mountain State, planning his next book.
In his spare time, he enjoys lacrosse – and looks forward to playing it again, soon – and he admits that (just maybe) he might spend too many late-night hours playing Fortnite.
After several years in print, Aisling D’Art’s small coloring book, Coloring, Hippie Style, has – once again – surged in popularity.
Many of us are looking for a sense of calm in world that seems to be whirling around us.
This coloring book can help.
Relax. Find yourself in a gentler time, when peace and love guided the planet… and inspired the hippie movement.
This small coloring book (5 1/4″ x 8″) will take you back to the 1960s, when art was inspired by the Beatles’ music, posters by Peter Max, and all things Woodstock.
You can download a free sample coloring page at this link.