Fiction - Literary

Truth and The Serpent

By J. Rutledge

Truth and The Serpent by J. Rutledge is a compelling retelling of the myth of creation from the point of view of one of the characters of the “fall,” the serpent himself. Throughout the course of history, the myth of the fall has been propagated...

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Alphonse

A Novel
By Carl Sever

Alphonse, a first novel by Carl Sever, is unusual, somewhat strange, even occasionally confusing…and yet, despite all that, it’s also unforgettable because of its unique approach, engaging plot line and powerful characterization. Alphonse is actually “Jimmy from the South”, a soft-hearted hobo who goes out...

The Wolves Within Our Walls

By L.E. Flinders

The Wolves Within Our Walls by L.E. Flinders is a psychological suspense novel about living with a facade, one that hides a horrific monster beneath. Zoe Wilkes lives an average life, working as a waitress and living with her roommate, Ben. One night, she is...

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As Glaciers Move

Selected Poems and Prose Presenting a Progression of Perceptions
By Joseph Whitson

As Glaciers Move by Joseph Whitson is a lovely book of poetry. Whitson has attempted to outline his whole life with poetry. Various episodes appear, including everything from birth to death; first love to marriage. It would seem that one is reading Whitson's most intimate...

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Jetsam

By Corey Campbell

Jetsam by Corey Mattingly is a realistic novel about the lives of today’s teenagers in the developed world. Jetsam is a simple story, but it tells some hard-hitting truths. Jetsam starts off as the musings and thoughts of a fairly typical middle-class young white American...

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Back Side Of A Hurricane

By Robert Schwab

Back Side of a Hurricane by Robert Schwab tells the story of a family with individual troubles and aspirations, all struggling with their own demons. Bellamy, once a high-flying sales person, suffers from depression and even getting up in the morning is a struggle. She...

Even in Darkness

A Novel
By Barbara Stark-Nemon

Even in Darkness: A Novel by Barbara Stark-Nemon is a lyrical tale that explores a family saga, taking the reader through three generations of the family and through three different continents. Kläre Kohler is born into a wealthy German-Jewish family, and the future is nothing...

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Meet the Boys of Casper

By Dallas Jones

The first in a series, The Boys of Casper by Dallas Jones is a coming of age tale of six young boys entering high school and the alien observing them from afar. Set in the seventies, The Boys of Casper has a male tone distinct...

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Phantom Adolescence

By Michele Asseo

Phantom Adolescence by Michele Asseo is an inspiring story of loss, family, and healing. What happens when tragedy befalls a family? Jean Rayson is a typical teenage girl, fascinated with modeling. It’s no wonder she’d love to stay put, an issue of Vogue fluttering before...

Surfing with Snakes & Dragons

and other Tales of Suburbia
By Roger J. Couture

Surfing with Snakes & Dragons, and other Tales of Suburbia by Roger J. Couture is a collection of eight short stories depicting the way of life (and more) in southern California. From the outside, California is sunny, happy and full of opportunities (and to an...