Sunday, April 2, 2017

New Book Release: Secret Societies

Secret Societies: The Complete Guide to Histories, Rites, and Rituals by Nick Redfern


Claims and counter-claims. Accusations and allegations. NSA spying and suppressed evidence. Cover-ups and threats. Documented connections and intrigue. Suggestions of a New World Order. Are we to believe the coincidences are mere chance? Might the paranoid be on to something? Who really holds the levers of power? History admonishes us to be vigilant of hidden plots and nefarious agendas of governments and the powerful.

Shedding light onto sometimes sinister and coercive groups, Secret Societies: The Complete Guide to Histories, Rites, and Rituals is packed with details on nearly 200 organizations, their histories, found members, backgrounds, and suspected conspiracies. It uncovers and examines the hidden, overlooked, and buried history of some of the most notorious groups, including the Illuminati, the Freemasons, Skull and Bones, World Bankers, the Secret Government, and extraterrestrial invaders, to name a few.

Tracing the chilling and corrosive affects of powerful cliques and their plots, it exposes their deep reach into the operations of today's world. Providing gripping details, presenting the facts, and letting the reader decide, this revealing work probes the hidden agendas and agreements of secret cabals and associations. Along the way, it debunks myths and presents the evidence on an invisible world of influence and power.

New Book Release: Advancing the Rule of Law

Advancing the Rule of Law: A Century of Excellence at Emory Law by Michele Marrill

Advancing the Rule of Law is a celebration of an institution that helped elevate the legal profession through the ethics, insights, and achievements of its faculty, staff, alumni, and students. From its prescient founders, who declared that whatever the number of lawyers in the region, “the demand for properly trained lawyers continues [to be] under-supplied,” to Dean Ben Johnson Jr. 40L, who believed that Emory Law could not achieve greatness without fighting against segregation, the history of Emory Law is one of bold vision and even bolder action.
            This centennial book recounts that history, while providing a rich profile of the school today. Emory Law students argue cases in simulated courtrooms as part of a trial techniques program that has become a model for the nation. They propose ways to achieve power-sharing in Syria and draft arguments opposing U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission rules on spent nuclear fuel. Professors develop new avenues of legal thought and challenge students to address some of the most intractable problems of the day: societal inequality, cyberwarfare, gun violence, armed conflict, and threats to human rights.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

New Book Release: Breaking From the Past

Breaking From the Past by Diana DeRicci

Is Kyle willing to risk his heart to save the ranch he called home?

Kyle Steppen’s life has gone to hell. Betrayed by his employer, he’s left holding the emotional shards of his soul as well as the few remaining strings to a failing ranch that has been home for more than seven years and he’s running out of time to save it before the tax man comes for his due.

Expecting a woman on his doorstep to help unravel the financial quagmire, he’s completely cut off at the knees by Adrian Balderas, a brilliant financial mind and a rapier wit to go with it inside one of the most beautiful and delicious-looking men he’s ever set his eyes upon.

Kyle is broken and broke. He’s not putting his hopes into any one wish, not salvaging his home, and he can’t even think about his heart.

Or can he?

New Book Release: Journey of the Soul

Journey of the Soul by R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi

In this offering of the popular Chasidic Heritage Series, Rabbi Schneur Zalman, founder of Chabad, outlines the struggle of the G-dly soul of man as it fights against the materialistic elements of life, drawing upon the sublime secrets contained in the story of Esther.

As in other installments of the Chasidic Heritage Series, introductory remarks, footnotes, and a biography, make this work perfect for either group or individual study.

With the spiritual path chartered by Rabbi Schneur Zalman, we, too, may recognize a fresh perspective on our soul`s journey.



New Book Release: Lauralton Hall

Lauralton Hall: Empowering Women for Life

Lauralton Hall, an independent school for women in Milford, Connecticut, was founded in 1905 by the Sisters of Mercy in the former home of one of the town’s well-known citizens. Generations later, Lauralton Hall still maintains early traditions within the environment of a progressive and challenging academic environment. Its all-women student body not only graduate from a top-tier school but enter the next phase of their lives embolden, confident, and well-prepared.

New Book Release: For the Record

For the Record -- The Unique Success Story of the GSCCCA

The Georgia Superior Courts Clerks’ Cooperative Authority is one of the most unique state organizations in America. While other states provide some of the same services, Georgia was the first state to offer as many services through one online portal—property tax records, deeds, notary documents, and much more—and at no cost to the taxpayers. From the beginning it was the determination of a handful of Superior Court clerks to convince every other colleague in Georgia to sign on to a new way of doing things—no easy task with 159 different offices. County by county, the organizers trooped around the state, showing the clerks that not only would they become more efficient, but that they would neither cede control of their vital documents nor lose any revenue. The task for our writer was to bring to life a difficult and complicated legislative story, showing the personalities, will, and ingenuity of the GSCCCA officers, employees, and county court clerks.

Sunday, January 1, 2017

New Book Release: Quaking Hearts

Quaking Hearts by Crymsyn Hart

Wes and Samuel are partners in all things.  For the past two centuries, they have ridden earthquakes as Storm Riders. These cowboys run a dude ranch and can’t think of a more perfect life until Adina appears to them.

Adina, looking for acceptance, has come to them hoping for an open position among the Riders. Trouble follows her, no matter how much she tries to hide.

Not able to deny their growing attraction to one another, each must face the passion between all three of them. When someone tries to kill Adina, they swear vengeance and go in search of her shooter, only to find that heaven has other plans for these three lovers.