Who Killed Randy Ratphink?

The Postmortem Adventures of a Fried-Brain Hippie!
By Jerry Flu

Who Killed Randy Ratphink?: The Postmortem Adventures of a Fried-Brain Hippie by Jerry Flu is a wildly unconventional karmic whodunit - a sort of astral film noir, as it would play if scripted by a fugitive beat poet with a chip on his shoulder, a...

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Wanted

Hexed or Alive
By Charity Parkerson

Wanted: Hexed or Alive is a short story by Charity Parkerson. When a mysterious woman appears in his shop, Randall knows that there can be only one explanation for his guest. Confronting his friends, he discovers she is Rowena, a Fate. Desperately seeking his help...

Walking Up a Slide

A Rom-Com for Anyone Who Has Ever Pined Over 'The One That Got Away'
By Daley James Francis

In Walking Up a Slide by Daley James Francis, Jason Chapman is awash in sorrow. Lila Holmes is getting married...and not to him. Like many young men with a broken heart, he is prepared to go into a tailspin of bad choices that may or...

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William Bradshaw, King of the Goblins

By Arthur Daigle

At first glance, William Bradshaw is ordinary to the point of nondescript. At second glance, the view hasn't much improved - he’s just another badly-dressed bloke burdened by student loans and desperate to find a job. His very insignificance, however, makes him the perfect candidate...

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White Lies

By Emily Harper

Working for a fashion house that's threatening to go under, Natalie Flemming is desperately searching for Mr. Right, even taking out a wanted ad in a magazine. After a few disastrous dates, she finds herself inextricably drawn to the dashing Oliver Miles, the man in...

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Where'd You Go, Bernadette

A Novel
By Maria Semple

If you like satire, hate yuppies and love(d) the television series “Arrested Development”, then you’ll want to listen to "Where’d You Go, Bernadette". Written by Maria Semple (a writer for "Arrested Development"), it offers up that unique combination of humor, soap opera and reflection that...

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What the Dog Ate

By Jackie Bouchard

Maggie's beloved dog Kona is not acting right, so Maggie takes him to the veterinarian. An operation on Kona's stomach reveals that he has eaten a pair of scanty silk panties, nothing that Maggie owns or wears. Whoops! When Maggie confronts her longtime husband, Dave,...

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Wright for America

By Robin Lamont

Robin Lamont's "Wright For America" feeds the hunger for mystery, adventure, passion, and comedy in one extraordinary story. The action centers around the believable talk show host Pryor Wright, who spews venomous ultra-conservative tirades which our protagonist Maren believes contributed to the injuries inflicted on...

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Walking with Elephants

By Karen S. Bell

"Walking with Elephants" by Karen S Bell is chick lit for older women. Let’s call it hen lit. That immediately makes it more complex since Suze is not only having to cope with career and personal insecurities, but also with her family. Her life is...

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Wedlocked

By Bonnie Trachtenberg

"Wedlocked" begins at the wedding of 36 year old Rebekkah Ross who recently returned to her NY home after following her dream to Hollywood and into the arms of casting director Evan Shayes. As the unfortunate and unforgettable events of her "wedding of the century"...

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