In the Age of Buoyancy

A Novella
By Inga Eissmann Buccella

In the Age of Buoyancy is a part historical and part contemporary novella penned by author Inga Eissmann Buccella. Set in the year 2015 and also at the very end of the nineteenth century, this immersive story tells two separate tales which slowly come together...

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Inspired

By Laura A Luszczek

Inspired by Laura A Luszczek is the story of Conner, a talented young artist on the path to stardom. Painting is his unique gift and he has honed it so that it has become an extension of his personality. His reputation has grown over the...

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In The Shadow Of War

By Patrick M. Garry

In The Shadow Of War by Patrick M. Garry is an interesting literary fiction novel set against the backdrop of a small community and people dealing with the painful effects of war. It wasn't until the death of his brother that eighteen-year-old Glen Kinsella realized...

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Insynnium

By Tim Cole

Insynnium is a complex and conceptual work of science fiction penned by author Tim Cole, focusing on the concepts of time and life. The sinister title takes its name from an exclusive sleeping pill, one which restores its sleepers emotionally through powerful, almost magical dreams....

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I

By Zeyan Zyrus

I by Zeyan Zyrus is a book that caught my attention by its very title and I thought I’d be picking up a book on ontology. No, it became something that had the same effect on me as when I read Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke...

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Inevitable dreaming

By Dave Dröge

Inevitable Dreaming is a suspenseful and thoughtful work of mystery fiction by author Dave Dröge. A quick read at only 140 pages, the plot is deceptively complex as we follow the tragic life events of Waldemar van Splunteren, a forensic psychologist. As Waldemar’s wife and...

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I, Jetebais

By Robert Martin Bishop

I, Jetebais is a work of Christian fiction by author Robert Martin Bishop. Focusing on the deep philosophical questions that plague mankind about the nature of good and evil, the story kicks into gear with central character Jetebais’s descent from Heaven. The story develops into...

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Inside The Mind Of Martin Mueller

By EA Luetkemeyer

Have you ever been intrigued enough by a book’s description to want to get into it right away, but after a few pages, you found yourself wondering what you had gotten yourself into, just what the heck was going on inside those pages and inside...

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In This Ground

A Novel
By Beth Castrodale

In This Ground: A Novel by Beth Castrodale tells the story of Ben Dirjery. Once a member of The Vagrants, a rock band, he gave it all up to be a father and to settle down. He gets a job at the Bolster Hill Cemetery...

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I, the Sun

By Janet Morris

With I, the Sun, Janet Morris comes close to a biography of the Hittite king, Suppiluliumas, whilst creating a captivating story, and that is a brilliant achievement in fiction where only one character, Titai, a slave girl, is fictitious. At the opening, Tasmisarri, heir to...