Sometimes Fate Can Be Very Cruel

By Raymond Cook

In Raymond Cook’s heartwarming novel, Sometimes Fate Can Be Very Cruel, newlyweds Henry and Rita Woods head to Colorado in 1897, following Henry’s dream to start a general store that will serve the masses of people heading to the area in search of gold. Colorado...

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Shadow of the Past

By Susan M B Preston

In the 1st century AD, Elizabeth, a widow, lives with her master Samuel who has recently lost his wife, Naomi. Elizabeth is happy with her existence until the day she is asked to prepare the guest room for a visitor. When the visitor arrives, all...

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Seeds of Hope

By Debbie Tremel

Seeds of Hope by Debbie Tremel is a dystopian eco-fiction novel that follows a group of Visionaries who return to the embrace of the wilderness after humanity has destroyed it. Looting and arson and violence are being perpetrated in the cities by a newly anarchist...

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Sun-Kissed

By K. Lemay

Sun-Kissed by K. Lemay is a paranormal urban fantasy set in the densely populated South Korean capital of Seoul, following the new life of former K-pop idol Iseul. Once one of the most visible stars of the East Asian Peninsula, Iseul's affliction has pushed him...

Sweet Hawaii

By M. G. Marzen

Sweet Hawaii by M. G. Marzen is a good romance with strong political underpinnings. When readers meet Marie Sweet and Mickey Swift, they are just married and looking at the future with hope. Mick has always envied older couples still holding hands while leisurely strolling...

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Small Hearts

By Bryan W. Dull

Small Hearts by Bryan W. Dull is a unique story for me because I have never read anything like it, and while it is described as horror, I think it articulates the reality and the pain of those who have suffered tragedy in their lives....

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Shackles and More Gripping Tales

By James Hanna

I learned about James Henna when I first read his hilarious novel, Call Me Pomeroy, and have been on the lookout for anything he writes because of the humor in his writing and the exceptional characters. Shackles and More Gripping Tales is a collection of...

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Seize the Day

The UnBRCAble Women Series Book 2
By Kathryn R. Biel

Erin McAvoy is a woman on the horns of a dilemma. In Seize The Day (The UnBRCAble Women Series Book 2) by Kathryn R Biel, Erin has some difficult choices to make. In her early thirties, Erin is a zoo worker who loves her job...

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Severed Knot

By Cryssa Bazos

Severed Knot is a work of historical fiction, suspense and drama penned by author Cryssa Bazos. Set during the year of 1652, when the British Empire was trying to recover from the devastating effects of the English Civil War, we follow the tale of a...

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Something Molly Can't See

By Carol Malone Scott

Something Molly Can’t See is a work of quirky, dramatic and amusing fiction in the chick-lit genre, and was penned by author Carol Maloney Scott. The titular character is our heroine Molly, a thirtysomething who has recently become a single mother after her husband Ray...

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