The Sword and the Sunflower

By Mark Bradford

The Sword and the Sunflower is a work of fiction incorporating fantasy elements into real-world issues and was penned by author Mark Bradford. Utilizing the genre of magical realism, the work focuses on an alternate world where a grieving father takes on one last task...

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Tilted

By Nancy Hall

In Tilted by Nancy Hall, on the Spring Equinox 1960, 17-year-old Meshac Brownlow's 3-year plan of revenge has arrived. Today she plans to kill her mother's boyfriend George before her younger sister Irene falls victim to his predatory ways. As Meshac lures the unsuspecting George...

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The Wings of Morning

By Douglas Atwill

The Wings of Morning by Douglas Atwill is an engaging story with rock-solid characters and a vivid setting. The story features three men who are trying to make a living in Santa Fe after WWII. It begins one July evening in the year 1946, with...

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Jane the Quene

Book One of the Seymour Saga trilogy
By Janet Wertman

In Janet Wertman's Jane The Quene: Book One of the Seymour Saga trilogy, we are introduced to one of King Henry VIII’s wives that we hear about less often. She was probably the favorite of Henry’s wives but, unfortunately, she died shortly after the birth...

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Gunslingers

A Story of the Old West
By John Layne

Gunslingers: A Story of the Old West is a work of western-style fiction with plenty of action and intrigue, and was penned by author John Layne. Written as a clean read for all types of audience, this multi-genre tale set in the old west contains...

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Trapped

By Cathy McGough

It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But beauty, the visual type of beauty, can be intoxicating and it can affect not only those who look in awe at beauty and those who lay claim to being beautiful. But what...

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Mægics Heir: Druid Quest

Book one, Mægics Heir Series
By GL Cramb

Mægics Heir: Druid Quest is the first book in the Mægics Heir series by G. L. Cramb that follows the path of young Ariastone Côeurdrægon, known to those closest to him as Arias. The story takes the reader hand in hand on a truly wondrous...

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The Desert in the Glass

By C.C. Luckey

The Desert in the Glass by C.C. Luckey is a story with strong characters, a story filled with magical realism, following three women as they navigate challenges in their personal lives and a powerful threat to the world. When the world is struck by a...

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Chestnut Street

By Simon Landry

As a reviewer, it’s always exciting to discover a new author, especially one who has just published his first novel. Chestnut Street is Simon Landry’s first novel, a fiction thriller, and it ticks the boxes when it comes to a unique plot, an engaging main...

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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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