Interview with Garden Valley native, Philip Arnold, author of Suicide Plunge

Philip Arnold lives in Garden Valley and is the author of the middle grade novel, Suicide Plunge.

How long have you been a teacher? And what subject do you teach?

I have taught for 27 years, from 3rd grade through 8th grade. I currently teach 6-7-8th grade History and English at Garden Valley School.

What inspired you to write this book?

I had written and published about a dozen stories for outdoor magazines and had come to a dead-end there, so I decided to write a book.

How much of an inspiration were your kids?

Ballerinas and bad boys - a dysfunctional romantic combination

Crash (book 1) & Clash (book 2)
Nicole Williams
Genre: Dysfunctional romance
Rating: 4 (Crash) 3 (Clash)
Content Rating: PG-13 (Crash) strong PG-13/weak R (Clash)

A fresh spin on Romeo & Juliet, but still not fresh enough

First book in Men from Battle Ridge series delivers

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Running Wild, The Men from Battle Ridge
Linda Howard and Linda Jones
Random House / Ballantine Books
Published: Nov. 2012
ISBN9780345520784
Price: $7.99 / Paperback & eBook

There wasn't a page in this book where I didn't laugh out loud.

An Old Book -- New Again

If you are not familiar with Idaho author, Laura Lee Guhrke, let me introduce her to you via an eBook reprint of one of her earlier books.

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To Dream Again 

Laura Lee Guhrke

eBook release 2011

eBook: $3.99

Publication Date: August 29, 2011

The Trouble with Cowboys - romantic contemporary western that deals with emotional family issues

Title: The Trouble With Cowboys
Author: Melissa Cutler
Publisher: Kensington (October 2, 2012)
ISBN-10: 1420130048
ISBN-13: 978-1420130041
Pages: 312

Catcher Creek, New Mexico is home to Amy Sorentino, although she has not lived here from several years she is now committed to creating a life here with her sisters and nephew as she has given up her career and sold her condo to put money in the ranch project.

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