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Introduction to Chizigula

Chizigula (also known as Af-Mushunguli) is an endangered and undocumented Bantu language that is spoken by the Gosha people, who live in Tanzania and Somalia (where they are known as the Somali Bantu). There are several thousand Chizigula speakers (former refugees) now residing in the United States. This book represents an effort by the Chizigula speakers in the United States to promote increased English literacy within their community, as well…

Tasting Evil: A Horror Anthology (Volume 1)

Murderers. Demons. Ghosts. Sasquatch. Vampires. Just another day in the Pacific Northwest. Your chances of survival? Slim. Under the drizzling skies of Mirror Point and Way’s End, visitors and natives alike find everything is not as it seems. A bucolic paradise on the surface with shadowy creatures lurking in the woods. Discover ancient beasts, faceless evil, modern-day monsters, and restless souls eager for revenge. Menace waits behind a smiling face…

Holiday Sampler: A Holiday Anthology

This wonderful Holiday Sampler of heartwarming stories and poems offers delights from the authors of the Writers Cooperative of the Pacific Northwest. The collection transports you from toe-tapping, belly chuckling, and heart-rending to wheels turning thoughtfulness. Holiday Sampler blankets you with reads to cozy up with in front of a fire and get you in the holiday spirit. The Writers Cooperative of the Pacific Northwest gathers together authors from Everett,…