Blood Ties

By Marjorie Tursak

Blood Ties by Marjorie Tursak recounts the story of John Kohler, the owner of a woodworking shop in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, close to an Ojibwa reservation. With no family of his own, he maintains a rather tenuous connection with his older sister’s family, particularly with...

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The Trevor Truculence

Amorous Adventures Among the Phoenician Antiquities in the South of Spain
By Peter Kelton

The Trevor Truculence by Peter Kelton is a standalone work of literary fiction set in a tiny village in Spain, perched within reach of the Mediterranean. The village is as much a character in the book as all those who live in it, creating enough...

An Incomplete List of My Wishes

By Jendi Reiter

Jendi Reiter’s An Incomplete List of My Wishes comprises several Southern tales (specifically, the state of Georgia) amongst others, some set in the Reagan era of the 1980s, as well as others in the '90s. Important as the South is, however, it really serves as...

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Above an Abyss

Two Novellas
By Ryan Masters

In Ryan Masters’ Above an Abyss, ‘Trampoline Games’ tells of the inferno-summer of 1986 in Sandy, Utah, a suburb of Salt Lake City, where Jacob, the new 12-year-old in town, meets and befriends Finn Levy, a rebellious and eccentric red-haired kid who sports a...

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Navigational

By Stuart Luijerink

Navigational by Stuart Luijerink tells the story of Winston who arrives at a seaside community and sets out to restore a dilapidated church. While he receives support from some of the locals, there are some who want nothing to do with him. But does he...

The Speed of Clouds

By Miriam Seidel

Miriam Seidel invites readers to join Mindy Vogel in The Speed of Clouds in her quest to overcome her personal and physical obstacles. A wheelchair user living with her mother, Mindy is a SkyLog diehard fan who is relieved of her position as the ‘Commander’...

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The Way of Glory

By Patricia Boomsma

The Way of Glory is a work of historical fiction penned by author Patricia Boomsma. Set during the latter European crusades of the twelfth century, we meet our central character Cate when she is in her teenage years. Accompanying her family on a crusade which...

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The Indivisible and the Void

Age of Axion Book 1
By D.M. Wozniak

“A lie is just another form of ownership.” The science fiction worlds of D.M. Wozniak are littered with intelligence, creativity, and emotionally relevant, present moment details, making them wonderfully satisfying to any reader. It is impossible to discuss/review The Indivisible and The Void without first...

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The Junk Yard Solution

Adventures Among the Boxcars and Other Lost Causes
By Peter Kelton

From time to time I read something that doesn’t seem to fit (for me, at any rate) into any traditional genre classification. Such was the case with The Junk Yard Solution: Adventures Among the Boxcars and Other Lost Causes by Peter Kelton. The story opens...

Reminds Me of My Innocence

Amorous Adventures Among Kissing Cousins
By Peter Kelton

Reminds Me of My Innocence: Amorous Adventures Among Kissing Cousins by Peter Kelton can best be described as absurd at times. The story follows two brothers and their female cousins who come into their lives and make for some pretty adventurous times. I have to...