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    Mindscope Seven

    Experience and expertise come together to create the guiding principles outlined in New Concept.

    Mindscope Seven is a business owner, mother, and author. She has almost three decades of business experience which includes sales management and business ownership. Having raised two children successfully, she has gained insight and experience in the urgent changes humanity needs to help future generations. With her experiences and expertise, Mindscope Seven has published New Concept: Within Silence . . . Finding Your Power and Purpose.


    New Concept is a revolutionary guide for all types of readers. It is catered to those who have suffered abuse, oppression, or invisibility from their personal oppressors. Mindscope Seven has used a paradoxical approach to guide readers in resolving conflicts. She provides them with necessary tools for transformative and lasting change. She assures readers that the book will help readers ultimately overcome obstacles and live life as their authentic selves.


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    Donielle Ingersoll

    His creativity knows no bounds as he writes in different genres.

    Donielle Ingersoll is the brilliant author behind several published books and more that are in the works. One of the titles in his name is Absolute Choice: The Infinity Trilogy Book One. With a master’s degree in art education, Ingersoll seamlessly merges metaphysical wonders and spine-tingling encounters, captivating readers with her remarkable storytelling prowess. Ingersoll’s depth of understanding, shaped by his background, brings a unique perspective to the narrative, infusing it with a richness and depth that transports readers to a realm where reality merges with the unseen.


    In Absolute Choice, a thrilling journey unfolds as Art, the main character, is given the power of absolute choice. With it, he unravels the enigma of the UFO/alien phenomenon. Essentially, he can control the world. But this power comes with a time limit. What happens when his time runs out?


    Let Donielle Ingersoll’s masterful storytelling whisk you away to uncharted realms.

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    Rezaul Khan

    His first book, 8 Frog Street, reflects Rezaul Khan’s experiences living in the Philippines.

    Rezaul Khan was an economist for many years. Particularly, he worked in international development. In those years, he wrote economic and project reports, but today, he has published one book and another book will be published soon. He is planning to write several fiction books. His first book is 8 Frog Street. It is set in Manila, Philippines and is based on the experiences Rezaul had while living there.


    In 8 Frog Street, Rezaul Khan writes about Lee Chan, a mysterious tycoon who immigrated from China. Growing up poor, Lee grew up to be a Forbes-listed multibillionaire. However, the story does not highlight Lee's business savvy, but the mystical creatures surrounding him and his success.


    The story is told by Richie King, Lee's neighbor who encountered supernatural entities related to him.


    Uncover the mystery Lee Chan in 8 Frog Street.


    Book-to-film adaptation of 8 Frog Street is ongoing. 

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    Susan A. Savion

    Get to know the struggles of a woman who dared defy the norms of her day.

    Quoting Matilda: The Words and History of a Forgotten Suffragist documents the words and notable contributions of Matilda Joslyn Gage to the abolitionist movement and to the women’s suffrage movement. She was a woman who desired justice and equality for all. The book documents the life and struggles of Matilda from her birth to her accomplishments that were labeled too radical at the time. The book also explores the economics, religion, education, and society of the time.


    The author, Susan A. Savion, brings to light this key historical figure of the nineteenth century who was erased from history books. As an educator, the author has thoroughly researched and written about not just one but several historical figures who have championed for the rights of enslaved persons and women’s right to vote. The historical figures featured in Quoting Matilda advocated for change. They are empowering characters whose words and actions impact even the present.


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    Otilia Greco

    Romance and adventure set the tone of Otilia Greco’s books that are often set in Greece.

    Otilia Greco was born in the Swiss Alps, but she considers Greece her second home. Having come from an artist family, she graduated from Zurich University of Arts and traveled extensively throughout the globe. She is proficient in six languages and studies human conditions. These experiences coupled with her life's work have given her inspiration to create influential characters and reflective plots. Otilia has published five books.


    Angelica's Discoveries is one of Otilia Greco's historical romances. Set at the time after World War II, it tells the story of Angelica and how she conquers her fears. Angelica grew up in the Swiss Alps, saving her from the chaos and destruction of war, but when she becomes a woman, she is complelled to travel and overcome her fears.


    In Angelica's Discoveries, Otilia introduces a woman who bravely goes on an adventure to discover love and true destiny.


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    Mairy E. Lloyd

    She has come to realize that the journey is as important as the objective.

    Chronicles of Elizabeth Highland is authored by the well travelled Mairy E. Lloyd. It mirrors some of her travels to several countries. In the book, she describes the character of Elizabeth who, like her, is constantly on a journey of spirituality clarity and inner peace.


    Chronicles of Elizabeth Highland is a story of love, life, spiritual awakening, and so much more. It is narrated in different forms, such as emails, letters, dialogues, and narratives that tell of a hilarious and extraordinary love story that leads the Elizabeth to explore the world. 


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    Dr. Ida Acuña-Garza

    Read all about the fun and educational children’s stories of Dr. Ida Acuña-Garza.

    Dr. Ida Acuña-Garza believes that children’s books are the best avenues for parents to teach life skills to their children and develop their reading, comprehension, and values. Among her must-read, published, bilingual children’s books are From the Windowpane: A Book about the Pandemic, Super Copper - Yoga Cat, The Adventures of Callie: Callie Finds a Home, The Adventures of Callie: Callie’s New Friends, The Birthday Party, and The Cat Who Ate Spinach/El Gato Que Comia Las Espinacas.


    In some of her books, she gives personality to adorable cats. In two of her books, The Adventures of Callie: Callie Finds a Home and The Adventures of Callie: Callie’s New Friends, she narrates the story of a rescued Calico cat called Callie. In Callie Finds a Home, an abandoned Calico kitten is found near a veterinary clinic. Fortunately, one of the veterinary technicians saves Callie and turns her life around.

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Prizewinning Authors

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Natsuya Uesugi Dubois

The 2021 Triumphs of PageTurner’s Favorite Cyberpunk Fictionist

Natsuya Uesugi’s cyberpunk epic grydscaen series challenged our perception of technology and how it would affect us in the future. Filled with wonderful illustrations and a thrilling tale of the cyberworld, Uesugi’s grydscaen world was a marvel. It was no wonder then that Uesugi’s grydscaen: dark created waves in the literary world as it earned awards and honorable mentions.


Grydscaen: dark was one of the winners for the Teen category for Speak Up Talk Radio’s July 2021 Firebird Book Award and was a runner-up for the 2021 PenCraft Book Award, under the Thriller—General category. This PageTurner Press ad Media best seller was also in the honorable mention list in the 2021 San Francisco Book Festival, for the Young Adult category, and at the 2021 Hollywood Book Festival, for the Science Fiction category. It had also been nominated to various book award-giving bodies, including the New England Book Festival (Fiction genre), International Impact Book Awards (Adventure Genre), Book Excellence Award (Technology Genre), and the Royal Dragonfly Book Award (Science Fiction/Fantasy category). And just recently, Natsuya bagged the October 2021 International Impact Book Award for Adventure for his grydscaen: dark.


Book Awards

PageTurner’s Authors Get Nods from the Pacific Book Reviewers

For this year’s Pacific Book Awards, PageTurner’s authors gained the approval from different Pacific Book reviewers as six authors won seven book categories and five authors placed as finalists for six different categories.

The winning pack was led by Stanley D. Rainbow who won the Best Philosophy and Best Spirituality categories for his book God Inspired Quotations and Understandings. Diana Gillmor’s 1946: A True Story of Wealth, Extraordinary Success and Great Tragedy was named the Best Biography, while T. Steele Petry’s Little Abbey and Her Animals was the Best Children’s Picture Book for six and older. Robert J. O’Keefe’s Liberty and the Wall: Of Separation between Church and State won the Best Current Events and Politics book, Subhash S. Naik won the Best Education book for The Earth in Custody: Verse of lament and comment, and Christine Korb’s The Music Therapy Profession: Inspiring Health, Wellness, and Joy was name the Best Philosophy book.

PageTurner authors who made it to the finalists’ list include Terry Boucher for her book Christmas Peas and Princesses: A Story of Love and Dreams (Best Children’s Book), Joann Klusmeyer’s Treasure Chest (Coming of Age), Jean Anderson’s Nurturing from Afar (Best Memoir), J. Henry Warren’s Made in America 2.0 (Best Non-Fiction), and Summer Bozohora’s Soul Side Out: Universal Laws to Healing and Living Your Best Life (Best Spirituality and Best Self-Help).

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