Dr. Coy F. Cross II has edited a beautiful book called, “The Path of God“. Each Sunday Unity Reverend, Carol Ruth Knox, shared how she encountered God that past week and she spoke about the lessons she learned in terms of quantum physics, philosophy, Eastern religions, and whatever subject caught her interest. Attendees left with helpful tools for their daily lives. Her powerful and still-relevant messages resonate today and can help you achieve a life of meaning, of service and of spiritual mastery by embracing The Path of God.   Also available as an eBook.

The Dhance: A Caregiver's Search for Meaning

Dr. Coy F. Cross II has written a heart-breakingly beautiful account of his transformation from confusion, grief, and fear into understanding of his spiritual path and deeper love. When Coy’s wife, Carol, was diagnosed with Stage III Ovarian Cancer, they were both shocked and horrified. Rather than uselessly railing at God, “Why? Why? Why Carol?” he was determined to find meaning in this tragedy and help Carol effectively deal with her trauma. Read this book if you have ever asked, “Why?”, ever faced tragedy, and are even now searching for meaning in your worst experiences. The Dhance is available in printThe Dhance is also as an eBook.

One of our two memoirs is the true story of Second Lieutenant Leonard J Kovar and his battle to survive as a prisoner of war during World War II, as told by him.  Mr. Kovar’s plane was shot down during its eleventh mission.  He parachuted out of the fiery bomber into a sky filled with heavy flax, exploding bullets and screaming German fighter planes. He landed behind enemy lines, struggled to avoid capture by enemy soldiers and civilians angry about the damage done by American bombs. This is a candid telling of his eventual capture and his incredible battle to survive during various POW camps and death marches in advance of the Russian army during the worst winter storm ever recorded in European history. This book is an honest account and a fresh look at a war that has faded into history but has not faded from people’s minds. WWII Prisoner of War: How I Survived is available in print and also available as an eBook.

Book CoverRead this a laugh-out-loud memoir by Oregon-based author Jody Seay called Dead in a Ditch: Growing Up in Texas and Other Near-Death Experiences. If you want to laugh and cry with one crazy Texas-born hooligan, then this is the book for you. The second of five kids, Jody led and followed her way into more mischief than most people can imagine. And it’s all true. Available as a print book; also available as an eBook.

“Jody Seay handed me this book and said, ‘I hope you laugh so hard you bust your spleen.’ I’m happy to say that my spleen survived intact – but my pancreas is still in a splint. Jody Seay is ONE FUNNY WRITER.”  – Jerry Juhl, three-time Emmy Award winner, former head writer for The Muppets and Jim Hendson Productions, screenwriter for The Muppet Movie and Muppets Treasure Island, head writer for The Muppet Show

Red-headed baby in cowboy boots is tossed in the air. Arms are outstretched to catch him; A huge white bird flies overheadJody Seay’s first book has just come out in a second edition. An old character, which was taken out in the first edition for being too realistic, is now reinstated per Jody’s request. The book has a new cover, too. This book is a prize winner and will expand your mind, your heart and “make you see double as if you were hit upside the head”.  Look for The Second Coming of Curly Red, second edition – new and improved.

This candid, compelling, and compassionate novel could have been torn out of today’s newspaper headings.  One minute Texan Jimmy Heron is sitting next to his beloved wife of fifty years eating pie, the next minute she is dead in his arms; killed by a racist, woman-hating, semi-automatic gun-toting maniac. Shattered by Lou’s senseless death, Jimmy Heron hits the road – can’t sit still; can’t hardly breathe. He roams the western landscape looking for solace until he lands in the tiny pioneer town of Reliance, Oregon. Here he settles, figuring it is as good a place as any to wait until he dies.  With kindness and perseverance, however, his new neighbors delicately slide into his life. A lesbian couple eagerly awaiting the birth of their first child, a Native American ranch hand, a big-hearted dog, and a small band of generous people gently encourage Jimmy to deal with loss, death and love. Thus, Jimmy Heron begins his healing process.  The Second Coming of Curly Red will grab you by the heart and not let go. Also available as an eBook.

Print book cover; an eight year old girl waving goodby to geese and she is standing in front of an old Danish-style houseJakiFey is our premier children’s book author. We are proud to introduce her first juvenile fiction story, The Last Goose Concert. A wonderfully mythic tale of a young girl, Freya, who is not perfect – she can be naughty at times – but she has a great heart, which the reader discovers on her journey to deliver the much needed supplies to Goosetown. The cart is heavy and Freya is not sure of the route. She makes some unwise choices and meets helpful animals along the way. Although she is much too young to bear this burden, she never gives up her task and with the help of her best goose-friend, they save Goosetown. At the end of her journey, Freya finds Momma waiting with a big hug, hot apple cider and a roaring fire.

eBk_frontCvr4webJaki Fey understands the daily fears children face and the heroic deeds they perform to survive. Her humorous story shows how alittle girl became a hero. This book is available in print and is also available with full color illustrations as an eBook.

Wolf FrntCvr Sm4webJaki Fey’s second book is called “Wolf In My Pocket”. It follows in the footsteps of the Brothers Grimm. It is a mythic adventure, harsh, bleak, gruesome and redemptive. Children of all ages (8 to 88) will enjoy this gothic adventure.

Good little girl Anka is called “uppity” and “naughty” because her spirit is larger than the Villager’s rules. The day finally dawns when Anka is “bold” one too many times and she is cast out of the village. The gate slams shut behind her. Afraid and alone and with no lantern to guide her way, Anka takes one step into the forest. Thus begins her journey to find her sacred self. This modern day, old-fashioned fairytale is a quest of self discovery and redemption taken by one brave little girl hero. This full color book is currently only available as an eBook at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Our first published book is a work of literary fiction. Persephone’s Seeds is a psychologically intense novel – dark, agitated, and imaginative. The point of view is inside the mind of its neurotic hero. It’s a very archetypal story. If fantastical stories and unrelenting disconsolate journeys of betrayal, manipulation and redemption sounds good to you, this is your kind of book.

As one reader said, “This book is a real scream of consciousness.” Another said, “I’ve read so many books and your book is the most unique I have ever read. It takes you places no one could imagine. I highly recommend Persephone’s Seeds. It’s incredible. The subject is death, but it’s really about living.” – Dr. Veronica Esagui host of author’s forum and author of many books including Veronica’s Diary, The Journey Of Innocence


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