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SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS
Elephant Man - the first full-length work about the Elephant Man, Joseph Merrick, in over 20 years, featuring never-before-seen photographs, the latest research on his life, important medical information, and poignant interviews with modern-day sufferers of Proteus Syndrome.
Out at Home - This young adult novel combines gay themes with sports and high school relationships.
Death Grip - War hero Kat Hartley is home from the Middle East, struggling to return to her life as a wife and mother. But Kat is locked in a battle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder that threatens to destroy her and her family.
The Selections - Clark Gibson has called hospitals home for as long as she can remember. She's not sick, just a con artist of a different breed.
Cast the First Stone - What motivates a professional cyclist to enter the dark, seedy world of systemic doping, and what measures will he take to cover this up?
Lost Paradise - follows the exploits of the Saxon family, and features aspects of crime, intrigue, romance, mystery, and even a touch of science fiction.
Bullying & Beyond - Bullying and Beyond is a shocking, true life story about a child who grows up in a society and family culture that supports being bullied.
A Perfect Day in Hell - In this funny short-story with elements of sarcasm and dry humor, comedian Erik Bard relives how he survived his younger years in school living in a boring, suburban town.
Rules of the Game - Crime & Prison Drama
Fishing the Great Golf Courses of the World - In this fictional documentary, professional golfers and journalists explore the rich and mysterious world of golf-fishing, or catching fish on golf courses.
The Tony Conigliaro Story - This is more than a sports story. It's a human interest story, a love story, a story of triumph and tragedy, and is one of the greatest comeback stories in all of sports history.
Tightly Wound, Loosely Bound: The Memoir of a Life Bipolar - Since I was a young boy, I always had inklings that my cognition wasn't correct. Nowhere within my vanity did I fathom that I had bipolar disorder. Despite feeling like I was sitting on top of my world, my world had slowly rolled over on top of me. Please join me on my tumultuous, painful and oddly humorous journey from Yale to jail...and back again.