• Read An Excerpt From Nevergreen by Andrew Pessin

    Read An Excerpt From Nevergreen by Andrew Pessin0

    Nevergreen by Andrew Pessin is a smart, fast, funny, and incisive portrait of today’s liberal arts college scene, cancel culture, and more. Below is an exclusive excerpt from the novel. __________ “Welcome to the asylum, Dr. Jeffrey!” Brenda, wearing the same bubble sweater from the plane, was waving from the illuminated dock as he disembarked

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  • Read An Excerpt: From Tea To Coffee By Cheng Wang

    Read An Excerpt: From Tea To Coffee By Cheng Wang0

    From Tea to Coffee by Cheng Wang is the story of struggle and triumph during China’s modern-day cultural and political drama, and is a rare and personal account that showcases the Chinese national psyche. Below is an exclusive excerpt from the book. Chapter One “Communism will one day seize the world,” our political economics teacher

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  • Read An Excerpt From The Whisper Of A Distant God By David L. Gersh

    Read An Excerpt From The Whisper Of A Distant God By David L. Gersh0

    The untold story of the Angel of Santa Fe and the Gettysburg of the West, The Whisper of a Distant God by David L. Gersh is a deeply-researched American civil war novel.  Read an exclusive excerpt from the book. Chapter 1 Ezra Davis stood looking at the two graves, his weight resting on his right

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  • Read An Excerpt From If Ignorance Is Bliss, We Should All Be Ecstatic By Fred Leavitt

    Read An Excerpt From If Ignorance Is Bliss, We Should All Be Ecstatic By Fred Leavitt0

    Nothing we think we know – NOTHING – is likely to be correct. If Ignorance is Bliss, We Should All Be Ecstatic by Fred Leavitt explores the limitations of knowledge and argues that neither reasoning nor direct observation can be trusted. Below is an exclusive excerpt from the book. Chapter 1 Introduction “An idea that

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  • Read An Excerpt From Postcards From The Borderlands By David H. Mould

    Read An Excerpt From Postcards From The Borderlands By David H. Mould0

    What are borders? Are they simply political and geographical, marked by posts, walls and fences, or should we think of them more broadly? Consider the borders within countries, determined by race, ethnicity, or caste. Borders may be physical and economic, and even perceptual—the borders of our minds. In Postcards from the Borderlands, historian and journalist

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  • Read An Excerpt From Pot Luck By David L. Gersh

    Read An Excerpt From Pot Luck By David L. Gersh0

    Things always seem to go wrong for Jimmy Harris. He stumbles. He bumbles. He’s arrested for murder. He needs to find a way through this maze. The alternatives are unthinkable. Below is an exclusive excerpt from the new comic mystery, Pot Luck by David L. Gersh. Chapter 1 My pants were stiff at the knees

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