“Readers are taken to the far edges of the known galaxy, the so-called Heliopause, to the Mandira Research Station. . . . What follows is a fast-moving adventure that involves aliens, telepathy and more than a couple of surprises.” – Kirkus Reviews
by Carol Graham Pereira
The loving account of a man’s extraordinary battle against cancer, his joy for life, and his ultimate decision for a Death with Dignity through California's 2016 end-of-life-option act.
A TEMPLE OF SCIENCE
Edited by Dan Kohne and Stefanos Polyzoides
A retrospective on the 100th anniversary of the 100-inch Hooker Telescope at Mt. Wilson Observatory. The telescope saw first light in November 1917 and remained the largest in the world until 1949.
The Moon And Stars
by R. Calhoun Sargent
Fifteen year old Dakota Dagger is on the fast track to self-discovery. Living on the Greek island of Santorini soon becomes a distant memory when his parents’ plane crashes, leaving Dakota an orphan. Financial hardships, falling in love for the first time and depression lead Dakota to discover his innate ability to capture photographic images through his unique perspective.
THE DIVIDENDS OF DECENCY
BY DONALD lEE SHEPPARD
Part business manifesto and part memoir, The Dividends of Decency shows by example how companies can achieve success when following established codes of ethics rather than deceit and dishonesty.