Tedeskimma

A vast, grim, bittersweet, character driven epic, set in a dark, dystopian world.
By 100 LICK

Tedeskimma is a work of fiction in the literary genre which was penned under the author name of 100 Lick, and is self-described as “A vast, grim, bittersweet, character-driven epic, set in a dark, dystopian world.” Written for adult readers due to the mature content...

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Ten Seconds

By Lucian Lupescu

Ten Seconds by Lucian Lupescu attempts to map a human life using a sequence of very short or ‘flash fiction’ vignettes. The ten stories open with a fetus-eye view of birth, followed by a childhood in a troubled home, and a longer piece describing a...

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The Green House

By Dan Lawton

The Green House by Dan Lawton is a bittersweet tale about a man who struggles to cope with his guilt in the wake of his wife’s death. The story begins with Girard in his greenhouse, a place he views as a safe haven. He notices...

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Prayer Flag

A Life Of Guilt A Quest For Forgiveness
By Peter Prinsloo

Prayer Flag: A Life Of Guilt, A Quest For Forgiveness is a work of literary fiction with plenty of cultural and interpersonal drama and was penned by author Peter Prinsloo. The central character is Richard Low, a lawyer who finds himself faced with a challenge...

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Arnold Falls

By Charlie Suisman

Charlie Suisman introduces us to the folks of Arnold Falls. At first glance, you might think it a village like any other but it isn’t. Arnold Falls is home to a cast of quirky, odd characters who seem to attract an inordinate number of small,...

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Not My Dog

By Gregg Norman

In Not My Dog by Gregg Norman, Del Grainger is searching for a place to belong. His disturbing dreams and the death of his friend have had a profound effect on his outlook on life. Del and his partner Ivy have moved to a small...

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In the Realm of Ash and Sorrow

By Kenneth W Harmon

Kenneth W. Harmon's historical fiction novel, In the Realm of Ash and Sorrow, is set in Japan, 1945. Micah Lund, a bombardier, falls to his death as his B-29 breaks up over Hiroshima. He knows he is dead, but his spirit is alive. On another...

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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 Homecoming

By John Reizer

Can dystopia lead to utopia? Earth finds out in the year 2036, when an asteroid strikes between Hawaii and the mainland United States, plunging the world back into the early twentieth century. The devastating impact of this natural disaster quickly reduces the superpowers of the...

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A Stranger To Strange Fruit

An Artist's Portrait Of Murder And Mayhem
By Craig Wells

Craig Wells is a writer of bold ideas, and his narrative can be ribald when the situation calls for it. In A Stranger to Strange Fruit: An Artist’s Portrait of Murder and Mayhem, he doesn’t shy away from vivid illustrations of the dark side of...

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