A Date with Oliver

By Robert Groves

A Date With Oliver by Robert A. Groves is a sad short story about loss and hatred. The main character, Chris, is a young man who falls in love with someone he never would have expected to care so much for. While this relationship comes...

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A Turning Wind

By J G Harlond

A Turning Wind by J G Harlond, the second novel in The Chosen Man Trilogy, was an interesting novel to read. Historical fiction is not usually my cup of tea, but there was something about this novel that had me hooked from the very beginning....

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A Taste of Bread

By Olga D'Agostino

One day. One moment in time. That’s all it takes for a tragedy, a sorrow that will seep through the soul of a child forever. The memories that fill this tiny space of eternity are enough to make the reader weep for the child who...

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Above the Walls

By Steve Physioc

Above The Walls is a dramatic work of historical fiction penned by author Steve Physioc, and is the sequel to the novel The Walls Of Lucca. Following a secret affair that preceded the events of the Second World War, the fascist politician Alfredo Obizzi is...

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A Guardian of Slaves

A Slave of the Shadows Book 2
By Naomi Finley

Naomi Finley continues to captivate the historical fiction audience with A Guardian of Slaves, the second book in her A Slave of the Shadows series. In 1851, near Charleston, Charles Hendricks dies in a carriage accident. Mr. Hendricks is survived by his daughter Willow, and...

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Above an Abyss

Two Novellas
By Ryan Masters

In Ryan Masters’ Above an Abyss, ‘Trampoline Games’ tells of the inferno-summer of 1986 in Sandy, Utah, a suburb of Salt Lake City, where Jacob, the new 12-year-old in town, meets and befriends Finn Levy, a rebellious and eccentric red-haired kid who sports a...

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Alexandria

World Class Life Story
By BDL

Alexandria: World Class Life Story by BDL is a narrative with powerful religious and political themes and a conflict that is phenomenal. It is a story of an iconic celebrity pioneering a strong resistance against a Judeo-Christian culture. With a dystopian setting in the...

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A Frozen Fate

A Cozy Christmas Short Story
By Grace Geyer

It’s hard getting into the spirit of Christmas when everything around haunts you with sad memories from Christmas past. Travis’s older brother, Brent, was only a young boy when he disappeared on a snowy Christmas. His parents died of grief shortly after and Brent, now...

Augie's War

By John H. Brown

Augustino Lee Cumpton grew up in the coal mining town of Jeweltown, West Virginia, living a life not too different from many of the middle-class families he lived alongside in the late 1960s. He enjoyed summers at Grandpa Salvatore's camp, worked after school at the...

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A Different Kind of Angel

A Novel
By Paulette Mahurin

A Different Kind of Angel by Paulette Mahurin commences with the reader's introduction to Klara, an immigrant who has fled Russia from the pogroms of the late 1880s. She arrives in New York, alone, having lost her father, her last living relative, on the long...

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