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December Infinity Author Book Releases

Posted by Sara Matz on Jan 8, 2016 12:35:00 PM

We are proud to present a showcase of New Releases for December 2015. Our authors spend countless hours preparing their work, and here at Infinity we look forward to sharing our new titles with you. Please enjoy these new releases, and remember, the best books are worth sharing! 

Life Enhancement 

By Donald L. Keefouver

When Don met Nancy in 1999, she was such an inspiration to him that he couldn’t stop writing poems to her. They married the next year. She died of ovarian cancer in 2006 at the age of 69. Don was 81 and was devastated, but has continued to write poetry and a book called Wrestling with God. His poetry reflects his sense of humor, continued grown and deep insight in matters of nature, religion, love, and politics.
He meets with a poetry group monthly where he shares his latest poetry as do the members of the group. No doubt I sense another book of poems in the making.




The One Constant

By Carol Warner Burdick

Diane, Debbie, and Christy are three friends growing up in the 1960s in Upstate New York. Their idyllic childhoods end when war, assassinations, and riots start filling the news. Vietnam, college, and adulthood affect them in ways they never could have foreseen. Each is faced with her own personal trauma and is living with a secret she doesn't want revealed. Together they learn how one small decision can affect a life for years to come. Secrets must be revealed before personal peace can be found. This is a story of heartbreak and betrayal but also of love and friendship.




The Awakening 

By Gabriel Lord

A mysterious course of events sets Gabriel on his path and brings him face to face with the answers he had sought for a lifetime, and the people he was meant to encounter. Through a series of awakenings he discovers the secrets that underlie existence and his purpose in life that propels him towards a new life—one he has felt to be missing; on an adventure that won’t let him go.




Sky River

By Kwan-Hung Chan

Sky River: Poems of Li He is a new English translation of all known poems of Li He (790-816). He had left about one thousand poems to his friend before he died, but only 224 poems are extant. This translation attempts to preserve the essence and identity of the originals by providing rhymes and following the rhyming patterns chosen, when appropriate.




Twice a Patsy

By H.E. Jensen

This is the author’s third book following Atsugi Assassins published in 2007 and A Day in the Sun published in 2011. Twice a Patsy reveals how Lee Harvey Oswald was used as a pawn in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. This book leads you to Atsugi Japan where the MK/ULTRA the mind control division of the CIA was using unsuspecting young United States Marines in their quest to develop the perfect controlled courier or assassin. They brain washed their subjects into someone they could totally control. It is believed the government programmed at least twenty so called Manchurian Candidates. I maintain Lee Harvey Oswald was one of those mind controlled individuals. The information in this book will confirm my allegation.




Max the Monkey has MCADD

By Joanna Helm, Laurie Bernstein, and Kay Kally

Medium chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency (MCADD) is a disorder in which the body is not able to correctly convert fats into energy.

Children with this disorder are encouraged to:
1.) Eat regularly
2.) Wear a medical alert bracelet.
3.) Stay well hydrated.

Throughout this book you will notice zebra stripes in each illustration. In medicine an unlikely diagnosis is termed a “zebra”. This comes from a saying used when teaching medical students about how to think logically in regards to possible diagnoses. “When you hear hoofbeat, think horses, not zebras”. The term was coined in the late 1940’s by Dr. Theodore Woodward, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
In the world of rare, inherited metabolic disorders, such as MCADD, physicians are trained to look for the “zebras”, so the term changes to “When you hear hoofbeats, think zebras”.

We hope you enjoy this story about Max, Minnie and Mo and their journey across the jungle!





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