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The Haunting of California: The True Story of a Small Town's Curse

Lanie Reed is a travel writer who decides to investigate a small town in California that is said to be cursed. She quickly discovers that the town is haunted by the ghosts of a family who were murdered there. Lanie must find a way to break the curse and free the town from the ghosts' grip.

Sep 27
Journey to the National Parks: Shannon's Story

Shannon embarks on a journey to visit all of the national parks in the United States, starting with California's Redwood National Park. She climbs to the top of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park and marvels at the views from Joshua Tree National Park and Death Valley National Park. Shannon ends her trip in San Francisco, having found strength in her father's memory and a new appreciation for the natural world .

Sep 02
The Surfer's Search for Happiness

When world-renowned surfer Jack Kelly returns to his hometown of Santa Cruz, he begins to question whether his life of fame and fortune is truly happy. Could the simple life of a surf bum be the key to finding the happiness he's been searching for?

Aug 29
Shark Bait: A Kelly Jameson Mystery

Kelly Jameson, a professional surfer, becomes the target of a conspiracy after a close call with a great white shark. With the help of her friends, she sets out to uncover the truth behind the attacks.

Jul 21
Sunburned Midwesterner in California

This cookbook is perfect for anyone who loves to cook and wants to try their hand at California cuisine. There are recipes for everything from appetizers to desserts, so you can find something to suit your taste. And since the book is geared towards sunburned Midwesterners, you can be sure that the recipes are tailored to your needs. So whether you're looking for a dish to impress your friends or simply want to try something new, this book is sure to have something for you.

And More

The Channel Islands are home to some of the world's most amazing natural wonders. From the largest sea cave in the world to the largest colony of brown pelicans, these islands are truly a nature lover's paradise.


The California coast is home to some of the world's most beautiful beaches, as well as some of the world's most dangerous sharks. The coast is also home to some of the world's most endangered animals, and some of the world's most polluted beaches. Despite all of these dangers, the California coast is also home to some of the world's most unique plant and animal life, and some of the world's most breathtaking scenery.

And Home To Endangered Species

The California coast is a beautiful and popular tourist destination, but it is also home to some of the world's busiest ports and many endangered species. The coast is also prone to earthquakes and tsun amis and has many protected areas.