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May

2024

04

"Kiss me Kill me" to be published

Delilah Freeman is a NY native suddenly forced to move to a small OH town to follow her husbands teaching dreams.Jace Jones is the teen boy next door who bonds with the family since his father left his mother alone with three young children.Together, they are thrown into the thralls of a deep, intense, incredibly inappropriate relationship, testing the boundaries of humanity and morals.In a story of lust, love, atrocities and truth, Delilah will spiral on a strange path and you will follow behind her every step.

May

2024

01

"The Ozark Mountain Equestrian Club for Dead Men" to be published 

Kate Wylie is a poet from St. Louis, Missouri. Wylie serves the literary community as Literary Obituaries Editor at The Northwest Review and Adjunct Assistant Professor of English at Webster University. Wylie graduated with honors from Webster University's Creative Writing program (co 2018) and received the Washburne-Hayes Merit Scholarship from Pacific University (co 2023). The Ozark Mountain Equestrian Club for Dead Men is Wylie's debut collection of poetry.

April

2024

1

'Sunrise to Sunset' published

In a collection of 77 poems encapsulating all things from the "Sunrise to Sunset", Wyoming Poet Laureate Emeritus - Eugene M. Gagliano - explores the themes of People, Life, and Nature in another great work.

Dec.

2023

1

'Poem Salt' published

Lyndi Waters has published her second book and first with Powder River Publishing. 

Award winning poet Lyndi waters returns with her newest book 'Poem Salt'.With a delicate Christian sensibility and eye for the profound and absurd, Waters' observations and imaginative leaps zero-in on the place where our inner and outer worlds meet.

July.

2023

2

'Gift of the Waters' published

Indian Inspector James McLaughlin finds himself recently removed from a fateful order to arrest Sitting Bull, which led to the famous warrior and medicine man’s death at the hands of his own Sioux people. McLaughlin is now tasked with brokering a deal between the Shoshone and Arapahoe in newly formed Wyoming. The two tribes are traditional enemies but find themselves as neighbors on the reservation and partners in a potential deal to sell part of their land that includes the sacred waters. McLaughlin must use his knowledge of the West and his mistakes of the past to broker a deal that is fair and upheld by both sides of the deal, no matter the stakes.

Feb.

2023

14

'Sweet Distraction' published

Neesa Lee published her debut romance novel 'Sweet Distractions on Valentine's Day. 

"Self-proclaimed bachelor Dillon Hanley is happy with his life until he meets Jill Baxter and her single mother who live next door to his mother in Mankato, Minnesota. From the first meeting, his life spirals out of control.

As his attraction with Jill develops into something, Dillon must deal with the reality that he is barreling headlong into the very thing he’s spent his life avoiding, marriage and parenthood."

Feb.

2023

7

'Little Hawaii' published

Wyoming State Poet Laureate, Eugene M. Gagliano published his children's book 'Little Hawaii' on Prince Kuhio Day. 

This is the second book Gagliano has published with Powder River Publishing. The book features 14 rhymes, accompanied by colorful Hawaiian photos. 

Dec.

2022

19

'The Italian's Duty-Bound Bride' published

Disillusioned by her husband, Maddie Adams flies back to Italy at the request of Santo Barrella's dying grandmother. Santo had betrayed their marriage vows and trust in the arms of another woman. The red-hot desire is strong, she can't resist him, and finds herself at the mercy of his relentless touch. Unexpectantly, Maddie inherits the Casa de Barrella, his ancestral home, attached with one stipulation. Produce an heir...

Sept.

2022

15

'Autumn Nightmare' published

Jake Corde and his brothers own and operate an investigation and security company. So when a series of horrific murders plague Chicago it’s no surprise the Captain of the Chicago police call on them to consult in the investigation. Jake meets the medical examiner and the two pair up, determined to stop the serial killer or die trying.

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Author:

Ryan Mitchel Collins



Title:

'The Only Way Home' 



Genre:

Literary fiction 

Description:

Waking from the nightmare his life has become, Charlie Porter finds himself in heaven on earth. His work and life lead him to the island of Kauai with the past dragging behind constant reminders of how he got to where he is. He attempts to make sense of his changing world and life through the lens of the places and people that got him to where he is and where he is going.

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Author:

Miko Standish 



Title:

'Shine' 



Genre:

Literary fiction 

Description:

A story about a powerful witch who faces the challenge of realizing that life is not always about her, and her magic is only going to get her so far. Rizza will have to navigate the realm, even the parts she is not used to in order to solve a mysterious murder that places her in an uncomfortable position, and maybe even into marriage.

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Author:

Alisa Donelle Palser



Title:

'Ancient Eyes in Adolescent Faces' 



Genre:

Christian Poetry  

Description:

‘Ancient Eyes in Adolescent Faces’ is a collection of poetry by Alisa Palser separated by the canyons of time, shaping the poems as they flow through the book. ‘Ancient Eyes in Adolescent Faces’ touches on the fabric of Christianity and spirituality through the magically crafted verses Palser shares.

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Author:

Lorine Gray



Title:

'Bartered for a Price' 



Genre:

Romance 

Description:

Tantalized by his shocking touch…

Carrying responsibility for her struggling worldwide company and her father, Angelica Watson, is headstrong and competitive. She has worked hard to become a successful businesswoman, and she won’t let the frustratingly sexy tycoon, Julio Suarez, disrupt her plans. She needs his money, not his kiss.  But one night in the Argentinian’s arms, and she’s lost…

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Author:

Benjamin Mailloux



Title:

'The Butcher of Casper' 



Genre:

Horror 

Description:

Clyde Holding wishes for a better life. Stuck at dead-end retail job at Martins, Clyde does his work, leaves, and repeats the process for the next day. One night filling the Arts and Crafts section, Clyde comes across a pair of Crochet Hooks. Clyde takes them home, only to realize that he can create whatever he wants and desires. This begins Clyde's problems, as he begins to see a ghost girl named Serena and is attached to the Hooks.

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Author:

Shellie Leger



Title:

'Back Kingdom Roadhouse' 



Genre:

Literary fiction 

Description:

When twins Liza and Elspeth de Kooning wake in the cold Vermont pre-dawn light to their mother’s cataclysmic scream, the eight-year-olds know their lives have changed indelibly and forever. With their father buried and their possessions tossed into shoe boxes and garbage bags, the twins and their young mother head south to the wealthy suburbs of College Park, MD to stay with Uncle Doug. Here they encounter the brittle veneer of the nouveau riche, their stuck-up cousins and their uncle’s docile alcoholic wife Kitty. Enter their mother’s sister Serena who rescues them--a Wiccan in purple velvet whose past is besmirched with lengthy visits to the psyche ward. The four take off on a sticky September day to manage a failing B and B on the fringes of the Maine Appalachians.  Here Liza’s up against rural poverty and her bourgeoning sexuality as a young gay woman. If that’s not enough, her mom and aunt share a lover who possesses an eerie resemblance to her dead father and her twin befriends a rogue bear who visits their house to eat their garbage. But it’s her twin’s radical acceptance of their quirky lives in the lonely woods that alienates Liza from all that was once good. At 30, Liza desperately wants to mend the rift in her family, but her guilt of having disappeared so many years before gets in her way.  

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Author:

David Stewart



Title:

'Heart and Sole: The Road I Chose' 



Genre:

Non fiction 

Description:

In April 1988, a 37-year-old 

restaurant manager embarked on a 1,600 mile trek from Wyoming to 

Nashville, Tennessee, in hopes of 

singing on the stage of country 

music’s Grand Ole Opry.

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Author:

Gene Gagliano



Title:

'More than Four Seasons' 



Genre:

Poetry 

Description:

More Than Four Seasons explores the depths of emotions of Wyomingites, woven into a poetic tapestry that will make you reflect, laugh and cry.

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Author:

Ralph Bland



Title:

'Lamb White Days' 



Genre:

Literary fiction 

Description:

Lamb White Days is a magical realism trilogy about a young man's adventures and character development from three stages of his life. Beginning in 1962 and ending in 1970, the novel concerns the coming of age of Robinson Bell, a Southern boy the reader first meets at the age of twelve. From this opening part of the trilogy, Robinson progresses to age fifteen and eventually to his senior year of high school, chronicling his break from his family and familiar surroundings and his transition into a college freshman away from home for the first time. Between his growing sense of isolation, his ongoing discovery of the wicked ways of the world and its sometimes unexpected kindnesses, and his unceasing search for his own unique place upon the mystical earth of his existence, Robinson Bell discovers himself growing up to become the fellow he never thought he'd be.

This first book in Bland's trilogy is sure to leave the reader with a keen sense of that magical age that was the 1960's through the eyes of his wonderfully raftered protagonist, Robinson Bell.

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Author:

Brian C. Johnson 



Title:

'Me, My Selfie, and I' 



Genre:

Literary Fiction 

Description:

Nahim Lightbourne finds himself as the only black  student at an exclusive 

private school. His peers have a funny way of showing their friendliness with all their  racial jokes and jibes. Nahim feels alone until his high school hires it’s first black teacher. He must learn how to bear up against the tide—until a class lesson goes awry.

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Author:

Dr. Aimee Callahan



Title:

'The Re-Wilding of Womxn: Release Your Inner Wild to Live the Life of Your Dreams



Genre:

Womens Literature 

Description:

As women, we are still negotiating what we “should'' do in society versus being true to ourselves within the societal confines of our gender. Aimee has torn down the invisible prison bars built around her based upon how society thinks she should exist. She is here to help you rediscover your inner wild to experience greater mental, spiritual, and physical wellbeing. 

Be prepared to get wild. You are going to explore your own sexual revolution to experience more intimacy with yourself and your lover(s). You are going to learn to love the delicious body you are in. You are going to learn to ditch your inner mean girl. You will learn how to connect and manifest your inner wild through breathwork, meditation, and self-reflection exercises. You are also going to learn how to put your inner wild to work for you and be a boss babe to live your best life on your own terms. 

Author:

Miko Standish



Title:

'Shine' 



Genre:

Fiction

Description:

It takes a lot to phase a witch who has lived multiple lives. However, marriage and murder might just be enough to do that. Rizza, the royal witch, is called to the kingdom she serves in her current life to… get married? The king and queen want a marriage between her and their second son but something just doesn't seem right. To add to Rizza’s troubles, while she is at the castle the current crown prince and princess are murdered in their bedroom. Will Rizza be able to find the murderer and get out of her marriage, or is she doomed to take the fall for the murder and end this life prematurely?

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Author:

Brandon McQuade



Title:

'Bodies' 



Genre:

Poetry

Description:

In Bodies Brandon McQuade explores the plurality of love and loss, tenderness and violence. Drawing from connections between people and animals, celestial bodies and bodies of water, McQuade deftly blends the narrative and the lyric, the physical and the superficial, the ordinary and the extraordinary. Authentic, raw, perceptive and
beautiful in their subtle complexity, these poems are to be read repeatedly.

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Author:

P Edmonds Young



Title:

'The Leaving Time' 



Genre:

Literary fiction 

Description:

And so the winds that blow across the mountains and plains today commingle with those whose existence began before their stories were born, dancing as they do so through the night. A night of songs. A night of dreaming and distance. A night wherein the ghosts of everything commune as one, forever seeking dissolution from the boundaries of the civilized world beyond...

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Author:

Janet Lintemuth and John Ospkar



Title:

'Autumn Nightmare' 



Genre:

Horror 

Description:

Jake Corde and his brothers own and operate an investigation and security company. So when a series of horrific murders plague Chicago it’s no surprise the Captain of the Chicago police call on them to consult in the investigation. Jake meets the medical examiner and the
two pair up, determined to stop the serial killer or die trying.

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Author:

Lorine Gray



Title:

'The Italian's Duty Bound Bride' 



Genre:

Romance 

Description:

Disillusioned by her husband, Maddie Adams flies back to Italy at the request of Santo Barrella's dying grandmother. Santo had betrayed their marriage vows and trust in the arms of another woman. The red-hot desire is strong, she can't resist him, and finds herself at the mercy of his relentless touch. Unexpectantly, Maddie inherits the Casa de Barrella, his ancestral home, attached with one stipulation. Produce an heir...

Santo's ultimatum, his home for an heir. Bitter experience has taught him to be guarded and wary. He can't deny the powerful chemistry burning between them. Maddie had nearly destroyed his heart once, but it won't happen again. Santo has no choice but to make their marriage binding. Can the healing power of forgiveness mend their broken hearts?

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Author:

Neesa Lee



Title:

'Sweet Distraction' 



Genre:

Romance 

Description:

Self-proclaimed bachelor Dillon Hanley is happy with his life until he meets Jill Baxter and her single mother who live next door to his mother in Mankato, Minnesota. From the first meeting, his life spirals out of control.

As his attraction with Jill develops into something, Dillon must deal with the reality that he is barreling headlong into the very thing he’s spent his life avoiding, marriage and parenthood.

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Author:

Jae C. Royce



Title:

'Lessons Learned: Finding Grace Amid the Chaos of Divorce' 



Genre:

Self-Help

Description:

Getting divorced?

Know someone going through a divorce?

This author is a down-to-earth country girl who never really pictured herself having to deal with that situation.

Who does? Does anyone get married thinking they will get divorced? But with making that decision came some major life lessons that are definitely share-worthy! She points out the emotional struggles that one can face during a divorce, but also the beautiful lessons learned.

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Author:

Eugene Gagliano 



Title:

'Little Hawaii' 



Genre:

Children's

Description:

Follow along on a colorful j0urney through the Hawaiian islands, learning about the people and things that live there.  

Young children will enjoy learning about Hawaii through the colorful photos and catchy rhymes of this little book.

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Author:

Ralph Bland



Title:

'Fast Car' 



Genre:

Literary Fiction

Description:

Fast Car is the story of two men and a car that once was a classic, and how sometimes portions and sections of hopes and wishes have to be sorted through and decided upon to discover which to keep and which to let go. It is a coming-of-age story and a study of
class differences, romance, and the inevitable abandonment of dreams.

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Author:

Eugene Gagliano 



Title:

'My Veggie Friends



Genre:

Children's

Description:

The verses are witty for all ages. Coupled with his original artwork, it will spark your child’s imagination. Who knew garden crops had stories to tell? Mr. Gagliano has captured the whimsical spirit of each vegetable character with his artistic style and poetic flare. My Veggie Friends is an amusing book of poetry for families to enjoy together.

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Author:

Warren Wendover



Title:

'Range Detective' 



Genre:

Fiction

Description:

Gabriel Brindle is nearly out of options. He’s a former bull rider, a wannabe rancher wiped out by the blizzard of ’87, a former water truck driver for methane drillers.
His next try is an on-line and mail order course offered by Drummond Detective. The alternative is getting licensed to sell real estate. “But I’ve got my principles, such as they are,” he says.
He is retained by a rancher whose summer fattened, hold-over, steers are the target of night rustlers. His plan is to get evidence that the county sheriff can’t ignore, pick up his fee, and on to the next case—just like the movies.
But in life, Gabriel’s story, doesn’t follow a script. He’s a beginner, at the bottom of the learning curve, finding his way. His new career is not like the movies at all.

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Author:

Ryan Mitchel Collins



Title:

'The Gift of the Waters' 



Genre:

Historical Fiction

Description:

Indian Inspector James McLaughlin finds himself recently removed from a fateful order to arrest Sitting Bull, which led to the famous warrior and medicine man's death by the hands of his own Sioux people. McLaughlin is now tasked with brokering a deal between the Shoshone and Arapahoe in newly formed Wyoming. The two tribes are traditional enemies, but find themselves as neighbors on the reservation and partners in a potential deal to sell part of their land that includes the sacred waters. McLaughlin must use his knowledge of the West and his mistakes of the past to broker a deal that is fair and upheld by both sides of the deal, no matter the stakes. 

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Author:

Lyndi Waters



Title:

'Poem Salt' 



Genre:

Poetry

Description:

Award winning poet Lyndi waters returns with her newest book ‘Poem Salt’.

With a delicate Christian sensibility and eye for the profound and absurd, Waters’ observations and imaginative leaps zero-in on the place where our inner and outer worlds meet.

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Author:

Eugene Gagliano 



Title:

'Sunrise to Sunset' 



Genre:

Poetry

Description:

In a collection of 77 poems encapsulating all things from the "Sunrise to Sunset", Wyoming Poet Laureate Emeritus - Eugene M. Gagliano - explores the themes of People, Life, and Nature in another great work.

– F. Scott Fitzgerald

“All good writing is swimming under water and holding your breath.”

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