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J.D. to J.D.: My Journey from Juvenile Delinquent to Doctor of Jurisprudence

J.D. to J.D. My Journey from Juvenile Delinquent to Doctor of Jurisprudence, by Brian D. Caplan, Esq., is an unusual, insightful memoir packed with humor and more than a glimpse into the entertainment industry’s legal wranglings. Caplan has represented or legally assisted many high profile entertainers or entertainment moguls. His ...

Jihadi Bride

Set in 2015, Jihadi Bride by Alastair Luft is a terrifying contemporary novel that is spell-binding in its portrayal of terroristic activities. This crime fiction takes place in Canada and the Middle East, but the setting could just as easily be in the United States. The prologue captures the reader with intrigue, as the author explores the power ...

Jocelyn's Box of Socks

Jocelyn’s Box of Socks by Kristen L. Jackson and vibrantly illustrated by Tino Santanach is an imaginatively crafted book to help children understand and cope with the vast array of emotions they will experience. Jackson has created a young girl who has a thing for socks. She loves them and basks in piles of them like Scrooge McDuck does in ...

Joy in Plain Sight

What if we could feel more like human beings and less like human doings?
Ours is a noisy, busy world. We flit from one task to the next and get bombarded by infinite distractions. We ask ourselves, “What’s next?” while yearning to slow down time. And yet, our days blur together and the years rush past.
Perhaps there's ...

Junker Blues

Award-winning Author Chris Kelsey has another intriguing mystery in his 1970s-era novel, Junker Blues. The protagonist, Emmett Hardy, is the chief of police in the tiny Oklahoma town of Burr. Chief Hardy is the kind of guy who cares about his town; he has a few of his own demons but, in general, uses his power for good. A sudden economic boom in ...

Just One Spark

The last thing Jason Garcia needs is another distraction. After burning out on computer programming, he feels at the back of the line when it comes to getting his life on track. He rediscovered his passion for cooking and decided to make a life change, but every step forward has resulted in two steps back.

Switching careers and moving ...

Justifiable Deceit

Ethan Harrington was a typical teenager when his world got turned upside down in the aftermath of the worst school shooting in American history. A year later, he has become the country’s leading gun control activist and a media darling. When Ethan teams up with a powerful senator to push an extreme gun measure through Congress, a divided America ...


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