In Sight of the Mountain

By Jamie McGillen

In Sight of the Mountain is a work of historical fiction set in the late nineteenth century, and it was penned by author Jamie McGillen. Focusing on themes of the liberation of women, the American class system and effects of colonialism, this intelligent and heart-warming...

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I Need; I Want

By William Liggins

I Need; I Want by William Liggins is a story that explores the drama and the challenging paths that actors sometimes travel to get into the limelight and the cost of staying there. Matt and Kayla are two aspiring artists and lovers and their ambition...

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In the Company of Strangers

By Awais Khan

Terrorist bombings are rife in Pakistan and Lahore, that country’s second-most populous city and one of its wealthiest, has its fair share. Another interesting fact is that 90% of Pakistani women suffer from domestic violence and Pakistan is the third most dangerous country in the...

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Island Jet 370

By L.A. Smith

Island Jet 370 by L.A. Smith is the story of three people who made some choices for their own benefit but these cause havoc for others. Jack Wellington is a pilot for a commercial airline who tries to do his best in every way possible....

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I Exist. Therefore I Am

By Shirani Rajapakse

I Exist. Therefore I Am by award-winning poet and author Shirani Rajapakse is a heartrending collection of women's stories from the different classes and parts of India. Drink Your Milk and Go to Sleep, the opening story, is not only gut-wrenching, but it is also...

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I Miss My Pa The Most

By Raymond Cook

I Miss My Pa The Most by Raymond Cook introduces us to Christopher and Shannon Rose O'Shea, a couple living in Marble, Colorado in 1898 with their young daughter, Emily. When one night a stovepipe fire engulfs their home, the family escape through an attic...

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It's About Luke

By Gwenyth Snow

Warm and breezy, It's About Luke by Gwenyth Snow is a biographical fiction story that examines the reality of family, love, friendship, and humanity. Set in Edmonton, the story follows an ordinary young boy, nine-year-old Luke Poole, whose life vacillates between the doldrums of everyday...

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Isolation Junction

Breaking free from the isolation of emotional abuse
By Jennifer Gilmour

Isolation Junction by Jennifer Gilmour is a story of one woman’s tragic tale of domestic abuse. Rose meets and falls in love with a man, despite her family's reservations. Slowly the abuse and control begin, subtly disguised as love that chips away at her...

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Interview Season

By Torrey H. Chin

Interview Season is a contemporary new adult fiction novel written by Torrey H. Chin. Jamie was thrilled to have successfully completed law school and taken the New York State Bar Exam, but the results of her efforts to find a job were proving dismal at...

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It's a Man's, Man's World, But...

By Slava Kozakov

It's a Man's, Man's World, But... by Slava Kozakov is a novel that will appeal to sport fans and readers who love stories that involve personal struggle, are character-driven and well-narrated. Kyle Murphy is a kickboxer who is poised for his first professional fight...