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Tuksook’s Story, 35,000 BC

Tuksook’s Story, 35,000 BC

Author: Bonnye Matthews
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594335222
Pages: 354
Year: 2015-09-11
"The Winds of Change blow in every layer of this magnificient novel.”- Dr. Attila Torkos Tuksook’s Story: 35,000 BC is book 4 in the popular Winds of Change series. Tuksook's Story, 35,000 BC is the coming-of-age story of a rebel child destined to be the spiritual leader of her people. Fleeing a drought, the People migrate from China/Mongolia to Alaska's Cook Inlet region. After they settle into a sleepy rhythm, they are disrupted again and again: a volcano, visitors from the North, and a violent earthquake. Canthey convince the starving ones who remain behind to leave and join them in this new untamed land? The Winds of Change affect individuals, groups, localities, regions, or the entire world, and all life responds. The first four books exist in a world of peace following the eruption of a super volcano. With the last great Ice Age the lives of the People change from a world of peace required for survival--where in-fighting was a luxury they could not afford--to a world of war, well established by 11,700 years ago, that continues to this day. "What author Bonnye Mathews has managed to do is to expertly craft a series of notably entertaining novels that incorporates new data into an historical fictional accounts that bring these ancient peoples alive." -Midwest Book Review
Ki'ti's Story, 75,000 BC

Ki'ti's Story, 75,000 BC

Author: Bonnye Matthews
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594333130
Pages: 352
Year: 2012-11-30
"What author Bonnye Mathews has managed to do is to expertly craft a series of notably entertaining novels that incorporates new data into an historical fictional accounts that bring these ancient peoples alive." -Midwest Book Review Ki'ti's Story is a coming of age story of a girl predestined to lead her people. It is the tale of how three different groups of people, Neanderthals, Cro-magnons, and Homo erectus meet and become the People. The story begins as they race to avoid the ashfall from a supervolcano, which is modeled on the eruption of Mt. Toba. Come walk with Neanderthals and explore a different time and place. Meet Wamumur, the Wise One, who recaptures love and learns a little too late that he pushes too hard as a teacher, as did his father before him; Totamu, the administrative head of the People, whose officious behaviors are accepted often with irritation but with the realization that she works for the good of the People; Ki'ti, the child whose childhood is cut short because she has been gifted with memory of the stories of the People, who is wise beyond her years in some respects and ignorant and willful in others; Nanichak-na, the individual recognized for hunter leadership who would be chief if they had one. The story is based on substantial research, much of which occurred in the last fifteen to twenty years. Ki'ti's Story, 75,000 BC provides an opportunity to explore a unique view of Neanderthal life based on recent science. For example, it is now accepted that Neanderthals had fair skin, some had red hair and blue eyes, and they could speak as well as we can. They were intellectually bright, were able to catch dolphins (something that cannot be done from shore), could kill megafauna for food with spears, and survive cold temperatures and hostile environments that would challenge our best survivalists. They also created art, buried their dead with red ocher, and/or flowers, and cared for their disabled. Ki'ti's Story, 75.000 BC is Book One in the Winds of Change, a prehistoric fiction series on the peopling of the Americas. "Bonnye Matthews is America’s preeminent writer of prehistoric history." - Grace Cavelieri of The Poet and the Poem from the Library of Congress.
The Inheritors

The Inheritors

Author: William Golding
Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 0571267483
Pages: 240
Year: 2012-03-15
When the spring came the people - what was left of them - moved back by the old paths from the sea. But this year strange things were happening, terrifying things that had never happened before. Inexplicable sounds and smells; new, unimaginable creatures half glimpsed through the leaves. What the people didn't, and perhaps never would, know, was that the day of their people was already over...
Manak-na’s Story: 75,000 BC

Manak-na’s Story: 75,000 BC

Author: Bonnye Matthews
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594333742
Pages: 352
Year: 2013-07-29
"Bonnye Matthews is America’s preeminent writer of prehistoric history." - Grace Cavelieri of The Poet and the Poem from the Library of Congress. Manak-na's Story, 75,000 BC is book 2 in the popular Winds of Change series, a prehistoric fiction series on the peopling of the Americas. Manak-na hears of an opportunity to take a great adventure. He has raised his children and feels that his time has come to live his dream. Manak-na adventures from China/Mongolia by boat to Mexico and returns, having promised his wife he will limit his adventures to one. Can he keep his promise? The Winds of Change novel series views the peopling of the Americas primarily from research over the last 15 years. The series takes the "what if" perspective. What might it have been like if the Americas abounded in human life long before 12,000 years ago? "What author Bonnye Mathews has managed to do is to expertly craft a series of notably entertaining novels that incorporates new data into an historical fictional accounts that bring these ancient peoples alive." -Midwest Book Review
Freedom, 25,000 BC

Freedom, 25,000 BC

Author: Bonnye Matthews
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594336695
Pages: 100
Year: 2016-11-01
“America's preeminent writer of prehistoric history [writes] ... . a book of hearts and minds.” Grace Cavalieri, award-winning author, host of The Poet and the Poem from the US Library of Congress. After years of abuse from his father, Wing leaves the only home he's ever known. As the male lion leaves its pride, he must find a new home or die. He is sixteen, frail, injured, and alone in the mountainous untamed and untouched wilderness of Mexico of 250,000 BC. Wing struggles to survive, proving himself against a bear, where he learns elementary freedom. Award-winning writer of prehistoric fiction Bonnye Matthews’ novella, Freedom, 250,000 BC, brings to life primitive early Americans through Wing's growing understanding of what freedom is and its importance for life. Freedom, 250,000 BC is dedicated to the archaeological site south of Puebla, Mexico at the Valsequillo Reservoir. The site is an amazingly rich prehistoric view of the glory and infamy of human life in the Americas, specifically Mexico, in 250,000 BC. “The outstanding Winds of Change series is highly and enthusiastically recommended for personal reading lists, as well as both community and academic library historical fiction collections.” Midwest Book Review
Zamimolo’s Story, 50,000 BC

Zamimolo’s Story, 50,000 BC

Author: Bonnye Matthews
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594334579
Pages: 266
Year: 2014-04-12
"Bonnye Matthews is America’s preeminent writer of prehistoric history." - Grace Cavelieri of The Poet and the Poem from the Library of Congress Zamimolo’s Story,50,000 BC is book 3 in the popular Winds of Change series. Follow Zamimolo on his quest to rescue Olomaru-mia, the woman who was to be his wife. They face significant environmental changes in their new land from temperature change and lack of seasonal variation. More importantly, they face an entirely different set of living creatures. They are surrounded by Volkswagen-sized armadillos, twenty-foot tall sloths, terror birds, and short-trunked camels. Less than a day after their arrival, a significant event occurs that has a profound effect on Zamimolo. Read to see how the People manage with this huge change, some of which involves several different groups of people already living in the area before they arrive. The Winds of Change novel series views the peopling of the Americas primarily from research over the last 15 years. The series takes the "what if" perspective. What might it have been like if the Americas abounded in human life long before 12,000 years ago? "What author Bonnye Mathews has managed to do is to expertly craft a series of notably entertaining novels that incorporates new data into an historical fictional accounts that bring these ancient peoples alive." -Midwest Book Review
The SealEaters, 20,000 BC

The SealEaters, 20,000 BC

Author: Bonnye Matthews
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594336016
Pages: 354
Year: 2016-01-15
“Bonnye presents a fascinating and fully developed new perspective on the intelligence and social behavior regarding Neanderthals that goes beyond the scope of traditional theories.” – Warren Troy, author of The Last Homestead The SealEaters, 20,000 BC is book 5, and the last of the Winds of Change Series on the Peopling of the Americas. This is a survival story of the Solutreans in southern France/northern Spain. As the Ice Age advances, seals from the north have beached on the shores of the People, and the SealEaters have come to depend on them for their major food source. The SealEaters face advancing ice from the north, and for the first time, warring groups beyond the mountains to the east and south. In search of a new land, a small number of SealEaters travel the arc formed by the ice sheets, eating seals along the way across the Atlantic Ocean to the east coast of what is now North America. They survey the land and groups of people living there, trying to find a new living place. With this move to the new land and the influence of new people they find there, will the People be able to retain their cohesiveness and peaceful ways? The Winds of Change affect individuals, groups, localities, regions, or the entire world, and all life responds. The first four books exist in a world of peace following the eruption of a super volcano. With the last great Ice Age the lives of the People change from a world of peace required for survival--where in-fighting was a luxury they could not afford--to a world of war, well established by 11,700 years ago, that continues to this day. "What author Bonnye Mathews has managed to do is to expertly craft a series of notably entertaining novels that incorporates new data into an historical fictional accounts that bring these ancient peoples alive." -Midwest Book Review
A Mother’s Tears for a Missing Son

A Mother’s Tears for a Missing Son

Author: Dolly Hills
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594337462
Pages: 144
Year: 2017-10-05
A Mother's Tears for a Missing Son is a first hand account of my personal journey when my son mysteriously disappears in remote Alaska wilderness. It describes the adventures of a free spirited young man who lived on the edge of life and whose choices brought him and his family to an unforeseen outcome of bizarre twists and turns. The expansiveness of the environment offers a setting where the unexpected can happen at a moment's notice. A Mother's Tears for a Missing Son is a story of hope, faith, and trust, with a determination to never give up. I struggled to maintain endurance and courage, through an intense time of grief. As the story unravels, I realized the many opportunities for growth as I navigated my way through a devastating experience with resilience and came to understand the need to fully embrace and process the grief – while enduring personal tragedy. Ultimately, a sense of peace predominates.
The Gauntlet of Time

The Gauntlet of Time

Author: J.A. Stowell
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594337721
Pages: 216
Year: 2018-03-01
Time travel. It's always been a crowd-pleasing topic for most. The power sought after and craved by everyone—whether they missed the lottery by a single digit or had a rough childhood that they decided needed changing. But, despite all the fantastic dreams, the world knows time travel isn't real. Enter Jericho Johnson Not only is time travel very real to him, he's used it in the usual ways one would expect—getting rich, predicting world-changing events and, more importantly, traveling to whenever he chooses just for kicks. But just when he thinks his secret is safe, he discovers two other time travelers. One politely wants him to stop while he's ahead. The other wants to end time as we know it and bring the planet to the brink of destruction. So, no pressure.
The Unknown of the Known in Africa

The Unknown of the Known in Africa

Author: James Qeqe
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594337608
Pages: 146
Year: 2018-03-01
The Unknown of the Known in Africa is the story of George Eden Bess from Germany who does research as a historian. George unveils unknown King Shaka and his plan to make Southern Africa to be in his palm of hand. George's purpose becomes a plan to bring back Africans united, as there is no African foreigner in an African country. Africa belongs to all Africans and all Africans belong to all African countries. James' novel also shows that Africans should be against Xenophobia. The Unknown of the Known in Africa brings the genuine perspective and description of the Mfecane Wars also known as Difaqane which simply means the disruption during the period of late late 17th and early 18th century—the time of chiefdoms in Southern Africa. Africans might come from different tribes, but still Africans. We cannot change the past, but we can fix the present, and we can change the future. May God bless Africa.
Courage, 30,000 BC

Courage, 30,000 BC

Author: Bonnye Matthews
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594336881
Pages: 122
Year: 2017-03-15
It's 30,000 BC. Hiding in a giant mimosa tree, Maru watches her father meet with the leader of a treacherous Andean tribe. Her father, furious that she's followed him, tells her that if he is killed—something he fully expects—she must warn their people to flee. The people are prepared; Maru at age seven is not. Her father places heavy responsibility on her because she followed him.
Walk About Guide To Alaska

Walk About Guide To Alaska

Author: Shawn Lyons
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594337543
Pages: 608
Year: 2018-03-01
Shawn Lyons, an avid hiker and hill scrambler, grew up in the Boston area, and spent his early years wandering the White Mountains. At the age of 17, he hiked the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine and at 18 hiked the Long Trail from Massachusetts to Canada. Since moving to Alaska, he has continued to hike and climb extensively. So much that after countless long hikes through innumerable valleys and over many summits, Shawn is the Acknowledged Alaska Hiking Authority. As an ultra-athlete, he is a nine-time winner of the Iditashoe wilderness snowshoe race, and three-time winner of the 100-mile Coldfoot Classic held each year on Halloween above the Arctic Circle. Shawn's narratives about his hikes and races often appear in hiking and climbing publications.
A Hope Undaunted (Winds of Change Book #1)

A Hope Undaunted (Winds of Change Book #1)

Author: Julie Lessman
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441213104
Pages: 512
Year: 2010-09-01
The 1920s are drawing to a close, and feisty Katie O'Connor is the epitome of the new woman--smart and sassy with goals for her future that include the perfect husband and a challenging career in law. Her boyfriend Jack fits all of her criteria for a husband--good-looking, well-connected, wealthy, and head-over-heels in love with her. But when she is forced to spend the summer of 1929 with Cluny McGee, the bane of her childhood existence, Katie comes face to face with a choice. Will she follow her well-laid plans to marry Jack? Or will she fall for the man she swore to despise forever? A Hope Undaunted is the engrossing first book in the WINDS OF CHANGE series from popular author Julie Lessman. Readers will thrill at the highly charged romance in this passionate story.
A Heart Revealed

A Heart Revealed

Author: Julie Lessman
Publisher: Revell
ISBN: 0800734165
Pages: 505
Year: 2011-09-01
A young woman healing from a broken past catches the eye of a confirmed bachelor in this sizzling historical romance set in New England in 1931.
Ravens Cove

Ravens Cove

Author: Mary Ann Poll
Publisher: Publication Consultants
ISBN: 1594331677
Pages: 192
Year: 2010-02-01
Welcome to Ravens Cove, Alaska, a tiny town nestled in a small hollow on the majestic Cook Inlet. A town familiar with storytelling—after all, Alaska abounds in rich legends. Unlike other tales, however, the account of Ravens Cove is not just based in fact. It is fact. Meet Josiah Williams, the peculiar stranger whose warning to lifetime residents Kat Tovslosky and her cousin, Sheriff Bart Andersen, raises more questions than answers; a man whose dark past and knowledge of the murders make him a suspect more than an ally. Join Kat and Bart as an unlikely troop forms (including a very unwelcome FBI agent) to discover the identity of a killer. The unearthing of which will throw the reluctant warriors into a battle for their very lives and the lives of all who call Ravens Cove home.