Why Liv?

By Jon Sebastian Shifrin

Why Liv? by Jon Sebastian Shifrin is a wonderfully told story with an international setting that takes readers from New York to Barcelona, following the spiritual odyssey of Livingstone Mordicai Ackerman. From the outside, Liv’s bread is buttered. His life is the envy of many...

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Withlacoochee Jitterbug

By Ted Leavengood

Withlacoochee Jitterbug is a work of fiction in the historical, interpersonal drama and slice of life sub-genres, and was penned by author Ted Leavengood. It focuses on two characters who undergo some very trying times indeed, leading them to later accomplishments and the promise of...

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When Life Was like a Cucumber

By Greg Wyss

When Life Was like a Cucumber by Greg Wyss is a story set in the nostalgic 1970s as the author takes the reader on a trip back in time when things were simpler yet far more chaotic! Jeff Hesse was 24 years old when his...

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Wildchilds

By Eugenia Melian

Wildchilds by Eugenia Melian is the story of a woman who is forced to confront her past if she wants her future to be happy with her daughter. Iris rebuilt her life as a sculptor and left her past behind in Paris. Living in California...

Wildflowers in Winter

By Naomi Wark

Naomi Wark’s heart-warming novel Wildflowers in Winter follows the life of a ninety-two-year-old woman, struggling with the loss of loved ones and estranged from her daughter-in-law’s family. Edna listens to the news of the death of her son with shock. The death evokes memories of...

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Who Was Joseph Pulitzer?

A Novel
By Terrence Crimmins

Who Was Joseph Pulitzer? by Terrence Crimmins is historical fiction, yet serves as a pretty good biography of the father of contemporary journalism as well. Mr. Crimmins lays out a nice road map and timeline that covers the great man’s ascent from a tall, skinny...

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What Little Girls Are Made Of

By C.A. Whittingham

What Little Girls Are Made Of by C.A. Whittingham is a crime thriller that centers around and bravely confronts the last literary taboo, pedophilia. The narrative dances neatly throughout the point of view of the antagonist and perpetrator, Stefan Mademan, who is being early paroled...

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Webs of Perception

By Darlene Quinn

Webs of Perception is a work of general fiction and interpersonal drama penned by author Darlene Quinn. As the final novel in the Webs series, we return to the tumultuous lives of the Taylor family in a story which continues the dramas of some family...

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Who Am I

By J. R. Penna

Who Am I by J. R. Penna is a novel that engages readers in a serious conversation with themselves and their choices and that explores strong and realistic themes. Rita is a thirty-four-year-old single woman with no children, pursuing her dream to be successful and...

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What Girls Are Good For

A Novel of Nellie Bly
By David Blixt

What Girls Are Good For is a fictional tale about the real-life journalist Elizabeth Cochran or, as she went by a pen name, Nellie Bly. In an era where women were expected to run the household and attend to duties of the gentler sex, Nellie,...

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