The Greatest Game

By Greg Rajaram

The Greatest Game by Greg Rajaram is a light read that I would consider as one of the most philosophical works of fiction I have ever read. While Sophie’s World is too didactic for my taste, The Greatest Game is simply impressive in its uniqueness....

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The Borderlands

A Time To Choose
By S. Christopher Michaels

The Borderlands: A Time To Choose is a work in the speculative fiction genre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author S. Christopher Michaels. Set in a vision of the not so distant future in which the political and...

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The Die Is Cast

Lady Jane and the Last Supper Dish Book 1
By Heights and Woodhouse

In The Die Is Cast, the first book in the Lady Jane and the Last Supper Dish series, Heights and Woodhouse deliver a daring thriller that measures up to the storytelling craft and the deft plotting of Dan Brown when it comes to weaving mystery...

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Sundays at Simone's

By Thomas Bauer

Sundays at Simone’s by Thomas Bauer is a first-person novel that reads almost like a memoir. Our narrator and protagonist is Michael McDowell, well versed in all things music, especially classical, the Los Angeles environs, film and theater, and food (especially Italian). He is also...

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Until I Met Jake

By Kimberly J. Coleman

In Until I Met Jake, Kimberly J. Coleman narrates the story of a woman named Christina. She finds herself trapped in an eerily empty, colorless world when she meets Jake, an eight-year-old boy. Without his parents to guide him, Jake is frightened, looking up to...

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Flash Fiction Stories with a Masculine Twist

By Theodore Jerome Cohen

Eclecticism, compassion, and nostalgia are the veins of Theodore Jerome Cohen's Flash Fiction Stories with a Masculine Twist (Flash Fiction Anthology, Book 11) which also includes his works under the pen name Alyssa Devine. The characters consist of fictional historical figures and real people navigating...

The Witness Tree

By Terri Kaiser

The Witness Tree by Terri Morrison Kaiser is a heart-wrenching story of love and loss. One hundred years ago, on the banks of the Redemption River in Wisconsin, a tree was designated as the boundary marker for the adjacent property. This tree was named The...

Southern Xposure

By Sam Knupp

Southern Xposure by Sam Knupp is an unusual, comic, and sad love story of two disabled people who met for the first time on the day they both lost their jobs. Poppy Virginia Diamond's bright future as a runner with a full track scholarship to...

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Mementos

A Unique Collection of Short Stories & Flash Fiction - Book 3
By Theodore Jerome Cohen

Theodore Jerome Cohen's eclectic Mementos (A Unique Collection of Short Stories & Flash Fiction, Book 3) reflects on both ordinary and extraordinary situations from the perspectives of diverse characters. In its first entry, ‘Devil’s Horns’, a father and son survey the fire damage to the...

Alice Black

By J. Schlenker

A mother's reticence and secrets haunt a young woman throughout her life in the extraordinary literary novel, Alice Black by J. Schlenker. When Alice is six years old, her father and brother disappear on the same night. From the moment they vanish, Alice's mother withdraws...

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