Guesthouse for Ganesha

A Novel
By Judith Teitelman

Poignant and lyrical, Guesthouse for Ganesha: A Novel by Judith Teitelman is a debut novel with strong spiritual underpinnings, a story narrated by a Hindu god that features a Jewish mortal on a journey through difficult and challenging historical time. Esther Grünspan arrives in Köln...

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More Than A Rogue

The Crawfords Book 2
By Sophie Barnes

More Than A Rogue is a work of Regency styled romantic drama penned by author Sophie Barnes, and it forms the second novel in The Crawfords series. This novel can be read as a standalone romance story, but it also contains and continues the storyline...

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Whole Worlds Could Pass Away

Collected Stories
By Rickey Gard Diamond

‘If she’d been one of his livestock he’d have fed her supplements, wormed her, maybe shot her…’ were Russell's thoughts about the topless dancer in ‘What Happened at Wanda’s Place.’ Whole Worlds Could Pass Away is a fantastic compilation of eleven short stories by...

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A Tipsy Man Goes Naked

Love Tales and Recipes
By Melody R. Green

A Tipsy Man Goes Naked is a collection of quirky and intriguing short stories penned by author Melody R. Green and thematically subtitled ‘Love Tales and Recipes’. The combination of both the notion of love and the sensations, aromas, and tastes associated with food are...

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Darkness Is Not Eternal

By Sidney L. Jackson

Darkness Is Not Eternal is an intense work of historical and supernatural fiction penned by author Sidney L. Jackson. Set in the South during some of the United States’s darkest days of slavery, mistreatment and racial prejudice, the story takes its readers deep into the...

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Beyond the Fields

By Aysha Baqir

It's a jolly afternoon. Omer, Zara, and Tara – three siblings running without a care in the village fields and playing hide and seek. Suddenly, the game becomes too real. Omer and Zara can’t find Tara. They shout her name, they run here and there,...

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The Language of the Heart

A musical, fantastical journey through a land of magic
By Joel Epstein

Joel Epstein’s The Language of the Heart is a novel where history, music, and magic interweave to create an intense and powerful atmosphere. The protagonist is Ali Ibn Nafi, better known as Ziryab. He lived between the 8th and 9th centuries and is remembered for...

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God of Small Affairs

By Olga Werby

God Of Small Affairs is a work of fantasy fiction centered on themes of culture, belief, community, and hope, and was penned by author Olga Werby. Set in a small town in the mid-west, our central character Jon Uolan is descended from the elders of...

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Hasdai in the Golden Age of Al-Andalus

By Richard Malmed

Hasdai in the Golden Age of Al-Andalus is a fascinating work of historical fiction penned by author Richard Malmed. In this cross-cultural and deeply detailed fictional work, we find the action centered around Hasdai Shaprut, who lives and works within the harmonious civilization of Andalus...

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How to Talk to Black People

By A. Anon

High school can be complicated, dramatic and sheltering and author A. Anon brings these struggles to life in How to Talk to Black People. Knowing she will never fit in, due to coming from a poor and broken family, Ivy has built a strong defense...

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