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Authors who partner with our editors write in all genres and styles. Below are a handful of titles our editors have worked on: reconsidering and rewriting, reimagining and restructuring, committed to the revision of these books until they were ready for publication.

Madness Overrated by Esra KusMadness Overrated

by Esra Kus
Edited by Sarah Anderson
Published: January 2017, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

Madness Overrated explores the mad dynamics of the consumption-based, growth-driven world and its undeniably powerful role in affecting virtually every aspect of our lives and reshaping our existence as humans.

The book presents deep-reaching observations on the human mind as it undergoes various changes while adapting to everything imposed on it by society in the name of progress, productivity, and growth.

Faith in Crisis: How God Shows Up When You Need Him Most

by Jim and Shirley Carroll
Edited by David Alan
Published: April 2017, Crosslink

On August 2, 1990 Iraqi forces, led by Saddam Hussein, invaded the tiny Persian Gulf nation of Kuwait. Jim and Shirley Carroll were missionaries on assignment when the first shots were fired. This is their story…

This is a true story of faith under fire.

Washington’s Undersea War: The secret development of the submarine in the American Revolution

by Shawn Shallow
Edited by David Alan
Published: February 2016, Gatekeeper Press

For most, mention of the American Revolution prompts images of British redcoats facing long lines of Colonial irregulars. However, much of the war took place in clandestine alleyways, lonely roads and even the ocean deep. This true story was meticulously built from records and letters of key individuals including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin.

Out of Egypt by Said Shehata, M.D.Out of Egypt

by Said Shehata, M.D.
Edited by David Alan
Published: February 2016, Gatekeeper Press

In his autobiography Out of Egypt, Said Shehata, M.D., recounts his upbringing in Egypt as well as his medical education, participation in the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, and subsequent departure from Egypt to England. Shehata further recalls his immigration to the United States and his private practice in the U.S., with elaboration on the difficulties that foreign medical graduates and immigrants face.

Thirty Missions to Marie by Arthur G CapaldiThirty Missions to Marie

by Arthur G Capaldi
Edited by David Alan
Published: October 2016, Gatekeeper Press

This is the true story of Captain Edouard J. Jacques, Distinguished Flying Cross recipient, who, as a lead bombardier, flew thirty death-defying missions over Germany with the 755th Squadron, 458th Bomb Group of the Eighth Air Force.

30 Missions to Marie is the story of love and war at 25,000 feet. Ed knows that each mission may be his last, but he perseveres. America and its allies, and particularly a special young woman in West Warwick, Rhode Island, are depending on him.

The Blue Hour by Vicki RighettiniThe Blue Hour

by Vicki Righettini
Edited by Ana Howard
Published: November 2015, Mill City Press

The year is 1861, a time when women are expected to be married by a certain age. For that reason, 26-year-old spinster Emily Wainwright has no reason to believe her sheltered life in Springfield, Illinois will ever change–until the charming Samuel Todd unexpectedly crosses her path. An epic tale of love, loss, and redemption, The Blue Hour traces one woman’s struggle to survive in the wilds of 1860s Oregon, as she simultaneously navigates the hidden wilderness of the human heart.


by Rex Gooch
Edited by David Alan
Published: April 2015, Lighthorse Publishing Company

Ace Cozzalio routinely entered battle wielding a saber while donning a white Cavalry hat and yellow scarf. But this wasn’t the 1860s. It was the 1960s, in the jungles of Vietnam.

Ace is an award-winning biography of maverick Ace Cozzalio, a bold and courageous U.S. Army helicopter pilot flying with Lighthorse Air Cavalry during the Vietnam War. In his eighteen-month tour of duty, Ace was shot down by enemy gunfire six times and was awarded every medal of valor with the exception of the Medal of Honor, some multiple times.

Moppin’ Floors to CEO

by Dennis C. Miller
Edited by David Alan
Published: March 2016, AuthorHouse 

In Moppin’ Floors to CEO, Dennis mixes together the right ingredients for an engaging autobiography: a gut-honest recount of his highly eventful life, lots of engaging stories, and some valuable life lessons.

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