I've recently been "rescuing" some very nice First Editions for people who still prefer hardbacks and am having fun personalizing them.

Brides of Eden: a True Story Imagined

Ordinary Miracles

Fire on the Wind (A story of the Tillamook Burn of 1933)

A Heart for Any Fate: Westward to Oregon: 1845
1st Edition Hardback $30.00
Ooligan Press Edition paperback $12.00


For a short, smokin' hot Fire on the Wind book trailer, click here

Fire on the Wind is now available through KindleUnlimited on Amazon (free if you're in the program) or $4.99. Order the paperback version on-line or here, by printing out the order form above.

Only a handful of the beautiful First Edition hardbacks remaining..$30.00. Click here for a one minute book trailer for A Heart for Any Fate. You will then need to click the "open a new window" command.

A companion book to Children of the River, a travel story about a family wedding in China, a writer's personal account of the twists and turns on the road to becoming a writer, a wife, and a mother--pick up Wedding in Yangshuo and read it any way you want.
The author's memoir about her inadvertent addiction to and recovery from doctor-prescribed opioid painkillers and the benzodiazepine Xanax.
A mysterious man tears a small town apart with his seductive new religion.
A spirited young woman joins her family in an overland journey to Oregon that will test each one of them to the limits of their faith and endurance.
In in the wake of the Cambodian holocaust, a young Khmer girl struggles to make a new life in the United States.
An eighteen-mile wall of fire is roaring toward Blue Star, the logging camp where 13-yer-old Storie lives with her family. Can they get out in time?
Against a backdrop of the 1960s, high school sophomore Kathy Shay wants to establish her own identity and connect her life with the turbulent world around her.
Thirteen-year-old Shelby has always looked forward to vacations at the family's beach cabin, but this year, everything's different. Everything's wrong.
Robby Hummer loves his family, even if they are somewhat unusual...
Betsy Bonden longs for a baby. Why does this "ordinary miracle" that seems to come so easily to others continue to elude her?

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