The Road Ahead

By Willie Handler

The Road Ahead is a work of contemporary humorous fiction penned by author Willie Handler, and falls into the political satire vein of comedy. The story centers around the haphazard insurance broker Rick Tompkins, a relatively simple man who has no political training or any...

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Beneath the Veil

By Bernadette O'Connor

“The battle between the outer and inner Self is the most challenging relationship we will ever encounter; all difficulties we experience with others is simply a reflection of the disharmony that exists within the Self.” So writes Clara’s Aunt Maeve in Beneath the Veil as...

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Kings and Criminals

By Mungo Magennis

Kings and Criminals is a work of thriller fiction written for young adults by author Mungo Magennis. The novel focuses on the visionary young Max, who sees the intense problems of the world he’s about to become an adult in, and wants to devote his...

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Clash of Faiths

By Susan M B Preston

Clash Of Faiths is a dramatic religious novella written by author Susan M B Preston. It is the third in a series of companion works to her Apostle John series, focusing now on the members of old Simon’s family. In this instalment, we find ourselves...

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Turn About is Fair Play

By Tari Robinson

Love comes with a price in Tari Robinson’s spellbinding thriller, Turn About is Fair Play. Unattractive Tracy Raymond’s groupie obsession with rock singer Jake Benjamin consumes her life. Friends Janie and AJ take her to a fortune teller who sells her a love potion. Tracy...

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One Little Lie

By Holly Willow

Millie Morgan didn’t have much in her life to look forward to. A job that required stockings to be worn, a cottage with a wonky door and monthly family lunches. Three years ago, she had a steady boyfriend, a penthouse apartment and a job that...

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Dookie

By Jesse Gordon

When author Jesse Gordon warns you at the beginning of this book that "this novel is shit,” you either take it or leave it. Until I read Dookie, I had no idea that Gordon meant it literally. Brothers Kayleb and Noah Padalecki just moved into...

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The Junk Yard Solution

Adventures Among the Boxcars and Other Lost Causes
By Peter Kelton

From time to time I read something that doesn’t seem to fit (for me, at any rate) into any traditional genre classification. Such was the case with The Junk Yard Solution: Adventures Among the Boxcars and Other Lost Causes by Peter Kelton. The story opens...

Reminds Me of My Innocence

Amorous Adventures Among Kissing Cousins
By Peter Kelton

Reminds Me of My Innocence: Amorous Adventures Among Kissing Cousins by Peter Kelton can best be described as absurd at times. The story follows two brothers and their female cousins who come into their lives and make for some pretty adventurous times. I have to...

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...