A Lot of Life

is winning it all worth losing everything
By kyle mathis

In A Lot of Life by Kyle Mathis, we learn that Caleb Aston spends his weekends watching movies like “Zoolander” or “Pulp Fiction,” followed by three tequila shots and a beer chaser. It’s been that way for a long time. The 30-year-old accountant lives in...

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A Fickle Wind

By Elizabeth Bourne

In her debut novel A Fickle Wind, author Elizabeth Bourne takes us on a journey of a young girl caught in the throes of World War II, who begins to fantasize and dream about a better life for herself. It reads like an autobiography and,...

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Applied Freedom

By Nikolay Boychev

The poems in Applied Freedom help sustain the fact that we are all human. From the gentle breath of "Crying Tears" to the passion of "Romantic Discovery," Mr. Boychev shows that emotions have an effect on everyone. As much as humans would like to believe...

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Almost Snow White

By Jeffrey Blount

Almost Snow White by Jeffrey Blount is the story of Precious Anne Sprately. Her mother was raped by her father, resulting in a mixed race child that, although she can pass for white, struggles with her identity. She has lived the pain of life as...

A Tunnel is Only a Hole on Its Side

The Hole Trilogy
By James Minter

In A Tunnel is Only a Hole on its Side by James Minter, the second in the Hole trilogy, Colin and Izzy are looking to boost their so-far successful Hole Farming business. When they hear about a new bypass that has been planned for the...

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A Date to Die For

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By Wendy Soliman

Alexi Ellis, an attractive, quick-thinking brunette, lost her job at the Sentinel. So she sold her deceased mother's condo, collected her hard-won severance package and drove to Lambourne, a respectable town known for horse racing. But her sabbatical with her pregnant friend Cheryl and her...

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A Detoured Life

By Bethany Mackin Baxter

A Detoured Life by author Bethany Mackin Baxter made me tearful by the time I finished reading. It tells the very poignant story of George Fisher, a former millionaire who blames himself for the tragic accident which killed his family. He gets parole and becomes...

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Anna the Powerful

By Beau Hindman

Anna is the world's only known superhero and greatly loved by the people. However, she finds herself losing interest in her day job, so she plans a trip to Mars. Along the way, she meets several other women, all who have their own stories to...

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Armor of Glass

A Novel
By R. M. A. Spears

Armor of Glass is an emotional and harrowing journey through the domestic turmoil that has become the life of an ex-Marine. Brick reminisces on his daily train ride, thinking about the decisions he has made in his life. From his childhood days to his current...

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Anthony

By Harold J. Fischel

Harold J. Fischel's book Anthony is as meaningful as it is simple. A simple story, with a normal plot, but the depth and the meaning within is so much more. To say that Anthony has had a rough life would be a major understatement. The...

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