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Kate Riley has dreamed of College life since childhood, and when she is accepted with a full scholarship to Florida State University, her dream becomes a reality. However, Kate’s college experience goes from perfect to petrifying as she finds that she is able to sense and share the emotions of everyone around her. Unable to shut herself away from the world, she meets a mysterious sophomore who seems to have a strange ability of his own. Turning Kate’s world even further upside down, he introduces her to his small group of friends, each of whom possess uncanny talents. Working together to find their origins, they soon uncover clues that lead them to something bigger than they imagined. With the support of her new friends, Kate struggles to cope with powers that threaten her dream, her sanity, and her very life.

Young Adult Fiction


Standardized People

Have you ever taken a Multiple Choice test and find that every possible answer is wrong? High School teacher, Alex Trotter, seriously suspects that there is something wrong with multiple-choice tests, and not just in how they are created or graded. They seem to be shaping the way people think, making life a matter of choices instead of free thought, where the best possible scenario is to choose the least worst answer. From the SAT test to the menu at a coffee shop, people are trading thought for choice every day. When Alex is given documents found in the National Archives that suggest that there has been a centuries-long conspiracy to subdue free thought into choices, this public school teacher gets caught in a whirlwind of discovery, danger and even murder that all leads up to a most crucial courtroom trial over our right to freedom FROM choice.


Written by John Vermes and Jenne Vermes


Letters From Camp

What if there was a love so great that it could keep two people together through the worst times imaginable? The year is 1944. The place is Eastern Europe. The skies are black with ash, and the ground is stained with blood and tears. A husband and wife are separated by the Nazi Regime and sent off to the Concentration Camps, likely to never see each other again. Yet in the face of unimaginable trauma, they refuse to let go of each other.Andor Vermes risked everything to keep a diary in the Concentration Camps, not to write an accurate account of what he was experiencing, but to write to his love, Magdolna, in the hopes that someday they will be reunited. These letters are real. The events they describe are gruesome, horrifying and heart wrenching, but they cannot be denied. This was Europe in 1944 for the Jewish people. This was Andor and Magdolna’s third year of marriage. This was life as they knew it. What would you say to the one you love if it might be the last letter you ever get to write?



NOISE: Poems, quotes, and other things I can't share on the internet

(Sound Series)

Noise is the author's debut poetry collection. It is filled with a range of works from heart wrenching verses to inspirational quotes. When you flip open the cover, be prepared to dive deep inside loss, joy, heartbreak, desire, anxiety, and many other facets of the human condition.


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