Violating the Calm

By R. W. Saunders

Violating the Calm is an action-packed drama novel written by R. W. Saunders. Kyle Chalmers, a fifteen-year-old, creates a BMX biking track on his neighborhood's hillside, naively naming it Kyle's Killer Kourse (KKK). The name understandably catches the attention of a black citizen named Lorenzo...

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Vicarious Vacations

By Michael Wojciechowski

Paige Reynolds considered herself a plain Jane and sourced validation from social media platforms. She didn’t have a huge following on her accounts; her likes were low, and comments were discouraging. Alexis, her former high schoolmate, heightened Paige’s insecurities because she was the social media...

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Vices/Virtues

By Beatrice DeSoprontu

Vices/Virtues by Beatrice DeSoprontu is an interesting piece of contemporary literature that attempts to go inside the minds of its characters and determine what motivates them in their decision-making and why they made those choices. It is very much a novel of “manners” in the...

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Vanished?

A Swedish Crime Novel
By Christer Tholin

In the back of his book Vanished?, author Christer Tholin states that he always wanted to write a Swedish drama, and he’s done just that. We meet Martin, the main character, as he travels to Sweden on holiday shortly after his divorce. He needs time...

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Vignettes & Postcards

Writings From the Evening Writing Workshop at Shakespeare and Company Bookstore, Paris
By Editors: Erin Byrne and Anna Pook

"Vignettes & Postcards" edited by Erin Byrne and Anna Pook contains a collection of humorous, lyrical, and philosophical short stories that I found utterly engaging. The editors demonstrate keen literary instincts in anthologizing these fine pieces of short fiction. Anna Pook has led writer's workshops...

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Voices

By Roger Ladd Memmott

Voices is an intriguing novel written by Roger Ladd Memmott. Kala Westergaard was orphaned as a young child and raised by her grandmother and aunt. The novel starts with Kala and her boyfriend, Tommy, out driving late at night. They encounter a deer on the...

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