Fiction - Literary

Just Enough Words

An Assortment of Laconic Stories and Essays
By George Francis Reid

In his newest book, Just Enough Words: An Assortment of Laconic Stories and Essays, George Francis Reid gives readers plenty to think about. The warm humanism coupled with an unadulterated point of view of the world make for rare and socially engaging writing. An unusual...

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The Unfinished Child

By Charles D. J. Case

The Unfinished Child is an accomplished work of literary fiction by author Charles D.J. Case. In a fragmented narrative that reflects the mind of our unstable narrator, we follow the life path of Aidan Benjamin Conway, a lawyer facing devastating consequences pending a corruption inquiry...

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The Covenant and Other Stories

By J.W. Clark

The Covenant and Other Stories is a collection of literary tales by author J.W. Clark. Throughout these eight stories, Clark discusses what happens when human beings are pushed to their emotional limits as characters search desperately for some semblance of meaning in their lives. There’s...

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Montmartre Stairs

A Paris Love Story
By Douglas Warren

Readers will be swept away by Montmartre Stairs: A Paris Love Story by Douglas Warren. A staircase, two characters, and an accident. The story opens with a meet-cute between John and Michelle during a midsummer night in Paris and from that moment on readers will...

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Springtime In Lawrence Park

By Arnold Logan

A dark-humored story, Springtime In Lawrence Park by Arnold Logan follows the life and times of Marie Barnacle as she grows up in an elitist Canadian family. The story opens with the tragic death of the Barnacle’s first daughter which sets the tone not only...

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Pushing the River

By Barbara Monier

Pushing the River by Barbara Monier is a family drama that highlights many of the difficulties we all face in our busy lives as we try to hold our families together, especially as our children grow up and leave the nest to spread their wings....

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Jagdlied

A Chamber Novel for Narrator, Musicians, Pantomimists, Dancers & Culinary Artists
By Dolly Gray Landon (text), Gary Lloyd Noland (music), Lon Gaylord Dylan (graphix)

Jagdlied by Dolly Gray Landon is a multifaceted novel about a wealthy heiress, socialite, and trust-fund diamond-digger debutante named Melody. Intending for Jagdlied to be acted out and enjoyed with the accompanying illustrations and musical scores, Landon's alter egos - Gary Lloyd Noland and Lon...

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By V.S. Kemanis

Life is full of snippets, some true, some made up. When life becomes a story, there are many versions, multiple scenarios and tangents. And then there is the clever weaving of fact with fiction and point of view. Author V.S. Kemanis does this expertly, one...

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The Protocols of Ambiguity

By B.B. Jacobson

The Protocols of Ambiguity by author B.B. Jacobson is a philosophical and partly autobiographical coming of age story centered on a young adult character. The central plot focuses on a young boy, known as ‘the boy’, receiving a gift from God, one which promises to...

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Lights on the Sea

By Miquel Reina

Lights on the Sea by Miquel Reina tells the story of Mary Rose and Harold Grapes who live high up on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea. Threatened with eviction from their home because of safety concerns, Mary Rose and Harold contemplate what...

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