God, Grace, Dumb Luck

By Phloyd Knucklez

God, Grace and Dumb Luck by Phloyd Knucklez is one of the strangest books I have ever read. It is also one of the best. It's intriguing, puzzling, and although some people may not be able to get past the first chapter, others like...

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Gaslight Grimoire

A Steampunk Collection
By K.C. Finn

Gaslight Grimoire: A Steampunk Collection is a collection of twelve short stories written by K.C. Finn. While each tale bears the trademark tech and Victorian time frame most commonly associated with steampunk literature, Finn's stories expand on those themes and embrace adventure, fantasy and other...

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Glimpse

By Daniel P. Douglas

Glimpse, a superbly crafted speculative short story by Daniel P. Douglas, offers the reader a provocative future mystery on which to ponder: What happens when an older couple finally decides to leave their well-outfitted bomb shelter? First, the story must deal out a series of...

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Get a Grip

By Kathy Flann

Get a Grip by Kathy Flann is a collection of short stories that evoke a sense of love and loss and share a connection in human despair. The book opens with Neuropathy, which sets the mood right away as a bitter and somewhat mentally impaired...

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Giant Dreams and Dragons

By James Womack

“Why should a man of my intelligence do lab tests for colleagues who were obviously inferior? How absurd! But university politics and lack of independent funding to pursue my project dictated this reality. Nonetheless, I figured out a way around that.” Giant Dreams and Dragons by...

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Gingerbread

By Victor Davis

Gingerbread by Victor A. Davis is a cross between the stories Hansel and Gretel and Peter Rabbit. This story is based on a dream that Davis had. Eddie, the town misfit, dares his friend Arainy, the good girl, to sneak into the candy factory. Despite...

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Ghost of Death

By Chrys Fey

Twenty-one-year-old college student Jolie Montgomery wakes up in an alley next to her corpse. She doesn’t remember what happened, how she ended up in the alley and who killed her. In her desperation for help and justice, Jolie stays close to the enigmatic Detective Avrianna...

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Gargoyle Hotel

By Christopher H. Sartisohn

Wow! Just wow! Have you ever read a book that leaves you feeling like you have to come up for air, and wishing you could meet the author, just to see how his mind works in real life? That’s certainly the feeling I ended up...

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Gateway of India

Book One
By Ken Doyle

Gateway of India: Book One by Ken Doyle is a collection of three stories against the backdrop of Bombay and the surrounding Indian cities. The stories, like the cities, interlink together to create the backdrop of the times. Story One: Dr. Frank Rebello loves his...

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Grave Misdeeds

A Humorous Short Story
By Raymond P Cowie

Grave Misdeeds by Raymond P. Cowie is a humorous tale of death and dastardly deeds in the 1880s. Set in Victorian London where it is a daily struggle just to stay alive in a time when Jack the Ripper was on the rampage, Ebenezer Crockett...

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