A Forlorn Hope

The Fitzgeralds of Dublin Book 4
By Lorna Peel

A Forlorn Hope by Lorna Peel is the fourth book in The Fitzgeralds of Dublin historical family saga. We continue on our journey following the lives of Will and his wife, Isobel, encountering a few more trials and tribulations, this time involving Will’s parents, including...

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A Reader’s Apéritif

A Petite Assortment of Flash Fiction & Short Stories
By Thaine Chase

In Thaine Chase's A Reader’s Apéritif: A Petite Assortment of Flash Fiction & Short Stories, eclectic characters come alive in ten equally eclectic tales. “A number of red dots danced on my chest, they had me dead to rights. But I knew the snipers couldn’t...

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A Lightness in My Soul

Inspired by a True Story
By Annette Oppenlander

A Lightness in My Soul: Inspired by a True Story is a historical fiction novel written by Annette Oppenlander. The author’s story is taken from an account her friend heard while waiting in an automotive mechanic’s shop in Germany. An older man was waiting there...

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An Unexpected Christmas

Stories of Holidays Wrapped in Miracles, Mishaps, and Mischief
By Daphne Tarango

What is the true meaning of Christmas? Is it the special day when everything you planned for happens perfectly? All the gifts are well wrapped and the most suitable for everyone on your list? The tree and the house are both decorated to perfection? And...

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A Smidge of Crazy

More Quirky Essays for Quirky People
By Barbara Venkataraman

A Smidge of Crazy is a potpourri of observations, comments, and general reflections on topics ranging from cake decorating to political activism. Author Barbara Venkataraman has stepped outside herself and observed the quirks, foibles, and everyday life that are all too familiar. No topic is...

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A Million Little Lies

By Bette Lee Crosby

A Million Little Lies by Bette Lee Crosby is a story of lies, pain, and redemption. Suzanna lost her mother when she was 10 and that was when the lies started. Small white lies, fibs, grew into more and now, with a daughter of her...

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A File of a Life

By Christina McKinney

A File of a Life by Christina McKinney is the story of a daughter as she experiences her mother’s presence through the things she left behind. Jill never got over her mother Bobbie’s death. She never found closure, and that translated into her other relationships....

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Aliens, Drywall, and a Unicycle

By Kevin St Jarre

Aliens, Drywall, and a Unicycle by Kevin St Jarre is almost a coming of age story, but with a twist. When Tom Tibbets takes a job at a weekly newspaper in a small town in New Hampshire, he has no idea he will become more...

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American Past Time

By Len Joy

American Past Time: A Novel by Len Joy is an audiobook that is a delight for fans of baseball and stories with strong characters battling the odds to succeed. It is set in the Midwest town of Maple Spring, Missouri, and it follows Dancer Stonemason,...

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August of Deliverance

By Michael Cameron

In August of Deliverance by Michael Cameron, a twenty-one-year-old woman takes a break from college to explore herself and indulge in her obsessions in the most unlikely of places. As a middle-school girl, Kristi Lou was unusually tall and frightened by her height, as her...

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