Building Towers By Rolling Dice

By Logan Rosenstein

Building Towers by Rolling Dice is a memoir disguised as fiction by Logan Rosenstein detailing the personal journey of a young man named Tyler as he faces anxiety and depression and how he dealt with it. Growing up is a fragile and unsettling period in...

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Gracie's Gone

By Carol Soloway

Gracie's Gone by Carol Soloway is the story of two people who just became a family, but a tragedy hits them hard and nothing is the same after that. Alexandra and David found each other when things were not going that well in their lives....

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Caledonia

By Sherry V. Ostroff

In Sherry V. Ostroff's Caledonia, we meet two women from two different times. First, we are introduced to Anna, a young Jewish girl living in hiding. Her family escaped the Spanish Inquisition and fled to Scotland a couple of hundred years before. Her story is...

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Letting Go

Stories
By Len Joy

Letting Go: Stories by Len Joy is a collection of twenty-one short stories of varying lengths, ranging from less than half a page to five pages or more. Some are written in the first person while others are in the third person. Riding a Greyhound...

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Lillie

By Mya O'Malley

Lillie is the third book in the Maggie Trilogy by Mya O'Malley. This is the story of Naomi, a woman who can see ghosts and help them find closure so that they can move on. However, Naomi was ready for some respite after a long,...

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Houseboat Wars

By Charles Bush

Houseboat Wars by Charles Bush is set in 1977 when the hippie culture was at its peak and people loved it. Just a little way from the Golden Gate Bridge, squatters took up a small part of the Waldo Point Harbor and made houseboats for...

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Jeroboam Derangement Syndrome

A Hebrew Scholar's Dream of Fox News Hosting Israel's Most Maligned King, Trump Twin, Jeroboam ben Nebat
By Siegfried Johnson

When Donald J Trump announced his intention to run for the Presidency of the United States, many doubted his chances of success. It came as a surprise to many when he thwarted the mighty Hilary Clinton and moved into the White House. The onslaught of...

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The End Times Explorer

By Jukka Tuisku

The End Times Explorer is a dramatic work of surreal exploration penned by author Jukka Tuisku. Borrowing from the weird worlds of authors like H. P. Lovecraft and William Blake, this bizarre journey of fiction hinges on the philosophical considerations of the future of the...

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The Astral Surge

YOU'RE FREE TO MAKE YOUR CHOICES. BUT, ARE YOU FREE FROM THE CONSEQUENCES OF YOUR CHOICES?
By Nirmal Ranganathan

The Astral Surge is a work of suspenseful and interesting concept fiction penned by author Nirmal Ranganathan. This short, sharp novel packs a lot of paranormal punch, as siblings Catherine and Ron Osborne are parted by their choices when they encounter the power and beauty...

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Water Lily Dance

By Michelle Muriel

Water Lily Dance is a novel mixing contemporary and historical stories and was penned by author Michelle Muriel. Set in both 2014 and 1865, we meet women in search of a better life for themselves, all of whom are connected by the romantic art and...