Fear No Evil

The Diary of Julie Hammond
By Naomi W. Stan

Fear No Evil: The Diary of Julie Hammond is a work of supernatural fiction with gothic themes and was penned by author Naomi W. Stan. Toying with Victoriana, haunted houses and ghostly goings-on, this spine-tingling contemporary tale begins with Julie and Mark Hammond as they...

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From Rabat to Jerusalem

The Epic of the Moroccan Contingent in the Holy Land
By Badr Zahzouhi

From Rabat to Jerusalem: The Epic of the Moroccan Contingent in the Holy Land is a short but informative work of historical and cultural fiction penned by author Badr Zahzouhi. Whereas most of history’s great tales are told by the proposed winners of each battle...

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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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Surrendered Stories

With Photographs
By Kristin Fouquet

Surrendered Stories: With Photographs by Kristin Fouquet is a slim volume of four well-written and clever short stories embracing comedy, drama, tragedy, and suspense. Cocteau’s Ransom is a humorous tale about an ill-conceived dognapping. Nights at the Vestige is a poignant story about loneliness underscored...

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The Book of Joy

A Christian Novel That Was Too Real for Christian Publishers to Publish
By Monique and Robert Jesiolowski

When I pick up a novel, the first thing I look for is how well the author develops motivation in the protagonist. The central question is: what drives the protagonist and how does the author allow it to move the plot forward? In The Book...

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Waiting for Grace

A Novel of Redemption
By Caroline E Zani

Waiting for Grace: A Novel of Redemption by Caroline E. Zani is the story of a man who was trying to find a new present where he can exist guilt-free, but he found something even better. Eli Cranston left his thriving practice in Los Angeles...

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Necessary Sins

Lazare Family Saga, Book 1
By Elizabeth Bell

Necessary Sins (Lazare Family Saga, Book 1) by Elizabeth Bell is an exceptionally well-researched historical fiction novel encompassing the early years and life of Joseph Lazare. Growing up in Charleston, young Joseph has always believed his complexion is from his Spanish grandmother. However, as a...

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The Lilac Hour

A Short Story Trilogy
By Ute Carbone

Three women. Three generations. Three love stories. All centered on the romantic aura of lilacs. Sara’s marriage was short, her husband lost at sea. Her passion for her lost love never dwindled and, though others tried to court the pretty young widow, no one had...

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Songbirds and Stray Dogs

By Meagan Lucas

Songbirds and Stray Dogs by Meagan Lucas is a Southern fiction novel that revolves around two characters who have both found themselves in situations that feel impossible, particularly at the tender early twenty-something ages. Jolene has been smacked down by life since her earliest childhood,...

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The Cat Who Ate His Tail

By Jacqueline Simon Gunn

The Cat Who Ate His Tail by Jacqueline Simon Gunn is a heartwarming and unusual story of love that will thrill cat lovers. Sneakers is a cat, a big one, “think tiger cubbish." He has had his fair share of suffering and has known the...

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