Pleasing White Boys

A Story of Aspiration and Malice in Corporate America
By Linda Saulsby

Pleasing White Boys: A Story of Aspiration and Malice in Corporate America by Linda Saulsby is a spellbinding book that takes a serious and critical look at one woman’s experience in corporate life, both domestic and international. This journey takes her to the level of...

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Panicles

By Richard Robbins

What would you choose between a quiet private life and a public life that can be very rewarding but also risky? I think that we have asked ourselves this question at least once in our lives. Richard Robbins asks his readers the same question in...

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Plastic Makes Perfect

By Todd M. Thiede

Plastic Makes Perfect by Todd M. Thiede is a psychological fiction tale about a man who is trying to have the best life with his wife. John had simple goals in life; survive this wretched war and get back home to marry Mary. She is...

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Pet Peeves

An Oral History
By Diane Michaels

Pet Peeves: An Oral History by Diane Michaels begins on the set of a medical drama, Another Day to Live. Here we meet Kendra Lewis-Frost, breakdown writer and queen of amnesia plot lines. Austin Hughes is a comedian booked for a bit part on the...

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Puzzle Pieces

By C. J. Mac

Puzzle Pieces is a psychological work of literary fiction penned by author C. J. Mac. The action of the piece focuses on Ann Caldwell, who begins the tale as a suicidal woman certain that death is the only way out. When that way is blocked...

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Portrait In Broken Glass

(second edition 10/09/2018)
By Richard Siciliano

Portrait In Broken Glass is a work of intellectual and introspective fiction created by author Richard Siciliano. Told in the form of a diary by the central character of the piece, we follow the inner and outer journey of a broken man, Joseph Curcio. As...

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Pad Pennywell

By Patrick Horn

Pad Pennywell by Patrick Horn is a story with powerful hints of the historical era characterized by slavery. It is just after the war and former slave Pad Pennywell has his freedom and is looking forward to a new start with his wife and daughter....

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Page 6 And Beyond

Let’s Stir the Pot...
By Hureen Saghar Gandhi

Page 6 and Beyond: Let’s Stir the Pot... is a glimpse at the power of social media to bring a disparate group of people together who happened to share an experience some twenty years earlier. Author Hureen Saghar Gandhi was born and raised in India,...

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Panhandlers

A Novel in Stories
By Nic Schuck

In Panhandlers by Nick Schuck, the world of poverty is laid bare in places where there seems to be little else to do but sell drugs, sex, and violence. The story begins with two young boys, Hank and Teddy, and works through aspects of their...

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Pleasure and Power

By Doug Brendel

Two love stories are explored in Pleasure and Power: sibling and romantic love. The siblings are Maddie and Ruby, who live in “darktown” in this age of segregation. When Maddie is hit on the head by a baseball, the sisters’ mother and their own lives...

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