NEW RELEASE!

 

We're proud to announce our latest release (February 2015): The Lost City of Zarahemla. This is a nonfiction book about how a 170-year-old mystery in LDS (Mormon) Church history was solved. Two people close to Joseph Smith conspired to move "Zarahemla" from Iowa to Guatemala--but now that the truth has been uncovered, Zarahemla is back where it belongs.

 

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NEW RELEASE: The Lost City of Zarahemla

FALL 2014 RELEASE!

 

Moroni's Keys: a fascinating novel about a sister missionary in Paris, France, who learns stunning truths about the Book of Mormon through her interaction with an investigator who is a professional archaeologist. She discovers that Moroni left behind clues--keys--to understanding much more about the Book of Mormon than she ever imagined possible. 

 

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The Joy Helpers: Marianne Simms is a sister missionary from Oregon serving in the France Paris mission. Her first companion is a French native who has local connections that turn out to be much more than the "golden investigators" they seem to be. Before long, Sister Simms finds herself caught up in a murder mystery that will have repercussions throughout her mission. 

 

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Among All Nations: Marianne Simms is a sister missionary from Oregon serving in the France Paris mission. One of her best friends has been called to Rio de Janerio. They compare their experiences as Sister Simms begins teaching Muslim families in Paris--with hilarious and thought-provoking results. 

 

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NEW RELEASE: The Rule of Equity

 

Described as the "da Vinci Code" for ancient North America, this exciting new thriller is set in Washington DC, New York City, and several sites across the heartland of America among the ruins of the Moundbuilders. The giant earthworks left behind by these two ancient civilizations have embedded codes that may be the key to the survival of the nation--if we can understand and apply them. 

 

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NEW RELEASE: The Five Hungers: Stealth appetites you can satisfy without overeating



 

NEW RELEASE: Please Don't Pull the Plug!

Welcome to our authors

Joyce Parsons

 

 

Joyce Parsons was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. She attended LDS Business College and Brigham Young University, and is an Accredited Genealogist. After traveling around the world as a stewardess, she brought a children's toothpaste to market where it gained a large share. For many years she has indulged her passion for writing genealogies and searching ancestors for herself and others. She has published numerous family histories and donated thousands of hours indexing Irish microfilms at the Family History Library, which have been published in sixteen volumes at the library and are also available on the internet in CDs.

Joyce is a teacher, singer, conductor, paralegal, and jack-of-all-trades. She learned nursing in the school of hard knocks. She was widowed at age 49, is an identical twin, the mother of three, and the grandmother of ten outstanding grandchildren.

You may contact Joyce by email at joyceparsons70@gmail.com

Beverly Hyatt Neville

 

 

Beverly Hyatt Neville, PhD, RD, is the director of Health Promotion at the Salt Lake Valley Health Department. She is a popular lecturer and teaches epidemiology, nutrition and health courses at five universities. She has done humanitarian projects in Utah, Colombia and the Dominican Republic and nutrition-related research on all seven continents.

Jonathan Neville

Author, reader, adventurer

 

Writing a book is the art of listening to oneself, or in other words, one word after another.

Jonathan Neville

The First Equal

 

 

 

The anonymous author of Equalize Now! prefers to remain anonymous. However, the movement has its own web page.

Blue Madison

Blue Madison has written poetry and short stories. The Loveologist is her first novel.

Grandpa Eriki

Grandpa Eriki has written several children's picture books and stories under a variety of names. We're honored to publish his two series, "I Hate it When..." and "Grandpa says..." 

Blog entries

Monet's garden in Giverny, France. That's me on the bridge standing next to one of my sons, Michael.

Blog posts are available on several blogs. I might even start one here.

 

Meanwhile, Monet's garden is crowded most of the time, 85 years after he died. Likewise, authors hope their works endure.