Just One Look

By Joanne Kukanza Easley

Just One Look by Joanne Kukanza Easley is a powerful work of literary fiction about grief and what comes after. This moving and multi-layered story centers on Danielle Marek, who is thirteen and in love. It's Chicago, 1965, and for her, it's true love, not...

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Silk

Caroline's Story
By Sophia Alexander

Silk: Caroline’s Story by Sophia Alexander is a beautiful historical tragic romance novel. Orphaned and abandoned, Jessie went off to Charleston with Clayton, hiding as a stowaway. She was in love with Clayton and would do anything to keep him. At Kingstree, Clayton, a sharecropper,...

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Shadow Shinjuku

Volume 1
By Ryu Takeshi

Shadow Shinjuku: Volume 1 by Ryu Takeshi has the bustling city of Tokyo as its setting. We follow the life of one Sato, an orphan taken in by Yamaguchi, the head of a criminal organization. Sato met the boss (Yamaguchi) in Shinjuku at the age...

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The Clovis Dig

By Teri Fink

The Clovis Dig by Teri Fink is a story about an archeological excavation in Washington state, in an orchard owned by Claire Courtney, a young single woman. She is struggling to survive financially with only the help of a Mexican employee, Carlos Barboza, and her...

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Still The Night Call

By Joshua Senter

Still The Night Call is a novel written by Joshua Senter, whose main character Calem Honeycutt tells the story of his experience growing up and living on a dairy farm in rural Missouri, USA. Calem and his family run one of the last dairy farms...

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The Scent of the Queengrass

A Requiem in Seven Parts
By Trevor Siegel

The Scent of the Queengrass: A Requiem in Seven Parts by Trevor Siegel is a literary tale of one man’s journey through life from early childhood right through to his death. William Fennyman was born in rural North Dakota in 1908. As a youngster, the...

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Newer Testaments

By Philip Brunetti

Newer Testaments by Philip Brunetti is a fascinating book that is unique in many ways. First, the reader is pulled in by a voice that speaks of many things in so little time and few words, much like the feeling one gets from reading Friedrich...

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The Wasteland

By Harper H. Jameson, W.A.W. Parker

When the sexual orientation of an eminent poet becomes the subject in fiction, you can expect it to spark a discussion. In The Wasteland, authors Harper H. Jameson and W.A.W. Parker give you T.S. Eliot up close, and bring out a fresh side of his...

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Flash Fiction Stories on Life and Death

Flash Fiction Anthologies Book 18
By Theodore Jerome Cohen

Flash Fiction Stories on Life and Death by Theodore Jerome Cohen is an anthology of brilliantly composed short and longish pieces for a contest. Each story is inspired by a captioned photograph. The author compares them to M&Ms or peanuts in that the reader won’t...

Mothers of Pine Way

Pine Valley, Book Two
By Corrine Ardoin

Mothers of Pine Way is the sequel to Corrine Ardoin's highly acclaimed novel, Fathers of Edenville. Grieving over the death of her beloved mother Ev, Candelaria Hart puts all her efforts into shedding light on the plight of migrant workers in America. Feeling proud of...

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