June Volz


"Astoria Story" is a true story written from the heart. If you have ever had a relationship (or a failed one) or a child (or a disabled one) you will find something to relate to in this book. Ladies, it is a "chick" book. Gentleman, discover your inner feminine side.

"Astoria Story" chronicles a marriage that falls off the tracks and the struggle to diagnose and raise a child with autism. It has been described by others as "inspiring" and "passionate." It is a serious book that is not a formula or genre book. If true stories of courage and perseverance interest you, read "Astoria Story."

Please take a look, you will laugh and you will cry. For further insight into what you may encounter within the pages, please visit my blog JuniMoon which is listed here.

"The Amazing Canine Adventures of Harry Spotter" chronicles the rescue and adoption of a stray dog from his point of view. Original illustrations by Alyx Weaver. This book is appropriate for ages 8 and up and makes a great gift for kids and dog lovers alike. Twenty percent of all profits are donated to "Almost Home Dog Rescue of NJ." Harry has a blog at http://harryspottersblog.blogspot.com.

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The Amazing Canine Adventures of Harry Spotter
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 9,770. Language: English. Published: June 19, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals
Follow Harry from his days as a lost stray through his rescue and adoption to his forever home. Harry tells his own story (with a little help from a narrator). Delightful, original illustrations. Appropriate for ages 8 and up. Twenty percent of all profits are donated to "Almost Home Dog Rescue of New Jersey."
Astoria Story
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 56,430. Language: English. Published: December 29, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
You cannot eat, you have no money. You cannot pray, you don't believe anything anymore. You cannot love, you're too busy surviving. What do REAL people do when their world falls apart? They move to Astoria.

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