The Bodies That Move

By Bunye Ngene

The Bodies That Move by Bunye Ngene is a riveting novel about what it means to immigrate to another country for safety, security, and a chance at a better life. The main character Nosa has had a hard life growing up. Responsible for his mother...

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Inky

The Snow Owl
By Dr. David Florence

Inky: The Snow Owl is a children’s animal picture book written by Dr. David Florence and illustrated by Jesse Maloney. Whatever happened to Ophelia Owl’s new baby snow owl? The little community of snow owls, which had made the northern tundra of Canada their home,...

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Seven Shades of Freedom

By Quincy A. Mosley

Seven Shades of Freedom by Quincy A. Mosley is a beautiful book that will appeal to everyone in any kind of relationship. Lauren was a budding writer and editor who interviewed the billionaire business magnate, Daniel Freedom. The minute he set his sights on her,...

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Just a Typo

The Cancellation of Celebrity Mo Riverlake
By John Bennardo

Just a Typo: The Cancellation of Celebrity Mo Riverlake by John Bennardo is a satirical novel that homes in on the effects of cancel culture in real life. The book begins with Mo Riverlake bunkered in his home from the mob that has protested outside...

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A Reader’s Apéritif

A Petite Assortment of Flash Fiction & Short Stories
By Thaine Chase

In Thaine Chase's A Reader’s Apéritif: A Petite Assortment of Flash Fiction & Short Stories, eclectic characters come alive in ten equally eclectic tales. “A number of red dots danced on my chest, they had me dead to rights. But I knew the snipers couldn’t...

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A Robert Levin Reader

Fiction • Commentary • Jazz
By Robert Levin

A Robert Levin Reader is an eclectic mix of entertainment by jazz writer Robert Levin. Part essay, part short fiction stories, and part commentary, this volume will make you an instant fan. Levin uses irreverent humor, but I found his work to also be poignant...

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Nine Stories

A Collection of Short Stories
By Russell Waterman

Imagine knowing where the gold is located, only you have to cross a desert, starved and dehydrated, to find the abandoned town and the abandoned mine. It’s difficult not to get excited at the prospect of instant wealth. And then there’s a young boy who...

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A Smidge of Crazy

More Quirky Essays for Quirky People
By Barbara Venkataraman

A Smidge of Crazy is a potpourri of observations, comments, and general reflections on topics ranging from cake decorating to political activism. Author Barbara Venkataraman has stepped outside herself and observed the quirks, foibles, and everyday life that are all too familiar. No topic is...

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Love's Labour's Won

The Secret Life of William Shakespeare
By William Gray

The year is 1660 and Lady Elizabeth is once again bound to resurrect some secret treasures of her late grandfather’s writing, most particularly a memoir that could rock the security of Lady Elizabeth’s world and that of her family. You see, her grandfather was none...

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Oh Daddy Chronicles

By Barry Robbins

The Oh Daddy Chronicles by Barry Robbins is described as “a contemporary political satire” that “takes current events and explains what we thought was unexplainable.” The book, however, thrusts much deeper into the heart of satire and, in reality, is a total lampooning of President...