Autumn Leaves

By Stefan Vucak

Autumn Leaves is a work of interpersonal drama and speculative fiction and was penned by author Stefan Vucak. The action centers around protagonist Dr. Dural Sinclair, whose seemingly perfect life is about to be interrupted at every turn by tragedy. A traumatic death in the...

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Symphony of Stories

By Norman Weeks

Life is complex. Artists have attempted to unveil the meaning of life via different avenues of expression: music, art, literature, theater, dance. To some people, music is the ultimate medium of expression, a language all its own, a symphony of ideas, emotions, time and space...

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The Long Way Home

A Novel
By D L Norris

The Long Way Home is a work of dramatic fiction set in the 1950s in the United States and was penned by author DL Norris. Combining many different themes of love, intrigue, murder-mystery, tragedy and interpersonal drama, the action centers around widowed protagonist Maggie Davis...

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Who Was Joseph Pulitzer?

A Novel
By Terrence Crimmins

Who Was Joseph Pulitzer? by Terrence Crimmins is historical fiction, yet serves as a pretty good biography of the father of contemporary journalism as well. Mr. Crimmins lays out a nice road map and timeline that covers the great man’s ascent from a tall, skinny...

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My Little China Girl

A Blottoblogography
By Gordon MacRae

My Little China Girl: A Blottoblogography is a work of fiction penned largely in a stream of consciousness style by author Gordon MacRae. Recommended for adults due to some explicit language, sexual content and mentions of alcoholism, this is a dark exploration of a man...

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Sons of Adam

The Pentalogue Book 1
By E. A. Rohrmoser

Sons of Adam is a work of literary fiction with elements of magical realism and mysticism and was penned by author E. A. Rohrmoser. Written for adults due to some sexual content, this book forms the first novel of The Pentalogue, which collects tales of...

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Live from the Cafe

By Tory Gates

Harlandsville is a small town close to the Trans-Canadian Highway, which has seen its industry and a good percentage of its population depart for richer pastures. What remains by the crossroads at the center of town is a gas station, a Chinese restaurant and Le...

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Sarah Goldman

By Réal Carpentier

Sarah Goldman by Réal Carpentier is a beautiful exposé of the human condition, delving into the extremes of total love confronted by absolute evil. Dr. Raymond Dina’s life is irreversibly changed when he meets Sarah Goldman, one of his psychology students, during a fifteen-week semester...

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The Budapest Artists' Club

By Claire Doyle

In The Budapest Artists’ Club by Claire Doyle, Laura and her boyfriend Dany have been encouraged by a group of Transylvanian musicians to leave London and come to Budapest for an extended stay. But all is not what it seems: Dany, an instrument maker, becomes...

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Perils of Immortality

By M.L. Lloyd

In M.L. Lloyd's Perils of Immortality, Harry Higgins was overdue his sleep in the status deep sleep system. Since the Winter purge, the systems which allowed these ancient humans, whose consciousness had transcended mortal flesh, to retain their sanity had been offline. As much as...