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Writers and other Heroes (fiction & non-fiction)

Ash: Like a Tattoo

[Kindle Edition]

Dan Waltz

An unfortunate death, and a mother's frivolous purchase, turns a family's life upside down. A little 

sister, born years later, has to learn to cope with the loss of someone she never knew, and she does so in a most fascinating way. This is a story of nature, family strength, bonding, bullying, and death; all brought to you in this most imaginative and unforgettable tale. You'll laugh and you'll cry, but most of all, you will wonder. Book Club discussion questions are available on the author's website!

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IA: Initiate

John Darryl Winston

IA Initiate is a supernatural thriller set in the mean streets of America. A seemingly random act of gang violence sends "Naz" Andersen on a quest to 

find answers surrounding his dead parents that lead to a series of discoveries about his supernatural abilities. Naz tries to stay out of the way at his foster parent's home, but he walks in his sleep, and he is unable to keep the fact that he hears voices from his therapist. He attempts to go unnoticed at school and in the streets of the Exclave, but attracts the attention of friends and bullies alike, and his efforts to protect his little sister make him the target of malicious bullying by the notorious street gang, Incubus Apostles. Naz is an ordinary thirteen-year-old, or so he thinks. He harbors a secret that even he is oblivious to, and a series of ill-fated events reveal to him telekinetic and telepathic abilities. Now he must navigate newly found friendship and gang violence, and face the full force of the world around him. The only way he can survive is to discover the supernatural world within.


Cliff Davis

Lizzie Lewis hates breakfast. She'd rather eat candy and other sweet treats. But then 

Mama brings home a new box of cereal for Lizzie to try - magic cereal. With one bite, she finds herself shrunk down to a few inches high and enters the world of Breakfastland, where mountains are made of marshmallows and palaces are made of pancakes. There she meets the Chookamoks, tiny mouse-like creatures that help make breakfast for the whole world. Can the Chookamooks teach Lizzie that breakfast isn't so bad? And can she help save Breakfastland from the evil Dr. Darktooth?

You might find it interesting that the heroine, Lizzy Lewis, has to figure out how to deal with a bully -- and does so in a most creative way.'' -Clifford Davis




William and Monika Carter

It’s the first day of a new school year, and Tommy’s little brother 

Matthew is just starting kindergarten. Tommy can’t wait to show him the ropes. But when some older kids start picking on Matthew, Tommy knows Matthew needs more than a big brother: he needs a defender. Somebody has to stand up to the school bullies once and for all.

The Defenders: Bully Patrol is the first installment in The Defenders book series. It models a peaceful approach to bully intervention and looking out for others that children, caregivers, and teachers can employ in daily life.

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