A Giant Comes

By AJ Saxsma

A Giant Comes is a literary drama novel by A.J. Saxsma. A boy lives an impoverished life working as a courier, trying to pay rent and take care of his father, who is an unemployed drunk. Promised a hundred shillings for the delivery of a...

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A Dutiful Son

A Pride and Prejudice Variation
By Kelly Miller

A Dutiful Son by Kelly Miller retells the phenomenal classic Pride and Prejudice written by Jane Austen. This Regency variation follows the story through Fitzwilliam Darcy. Darcy belongs to the upper echelon of society. He has always been a loyal and dutiful son to his...

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A Will to Survive

Acadians 1755 - Bastarache dit le Basque
By Tom Gauthier

Jean Joannis’ family has lived for generations in an ancient, small country tucked away in the corner of western Europe. Jean Joannis, son of Jean-Bernard and Marie Lachane, became the immigrant of the family and the first to be known as Bastarache dit Le Basque....

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Agave Blues

A Novel
By Ruthie Marlenee

Agave Blues is a slice-of-life drama novel by Ruthie Marlenee. Maya Miller is a successful Los Angeles attorney who has recently broken up with her fiancé Zane. She still has to get over her failed relationship when she receives news of her estranged father's death...

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Aren & Élise

By Ettenig Sayam

Élise is born into a world ravaged by political violence. She watches as the authorities brutalize her parents and all she can do as a baby is wail and run. Her guardian angel scoops her up and takes her to safety. By age forty, Élise...

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As Time Goes By

By W. Royce Adams

In As Time Goes By, W. Royce Adams has written an interesting book about the life of an ordinary person from a very ordinary family that could be anywhere in the world. The narrator of the story has no name but is referred to as...

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A Bridge To Humanity

By Joan T. Seko

A Bridge To Humanity is the story of a Jewish family who went from having an ideal life to suffering the consequences of the Holocaust. Anna Goldman is one of the main characters, a young woman who needed to overcome many obstacles to survive. She...

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A Girl Named Natalia

By Natalia Settembrini Casillas

In the little Italian town of Saviano, Natalia receives terrible news from the doctor that she has been diagnosed with a heart disease that can only be treated in the US. Fortunately, she gets a miraculous opportunity to study in the US, which she takes...

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April In Chicago

By Marcia A Oster

April In Chicago is a work of fiction in the interpersonal drama, suspense, and romance subgenres. It is best suited to the mature reading audience owing to sexually violent content and some other violent scenes and was penned by author Marcia A Oster. In this...

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A Perfect Storm of Injustice

By Jack A. Saarela

A Perfect Storm of Injustice by Jack Saarela commences with Charles Wilkerson being locked in a prison cell. The narrative backtracks to his childhood as an adopted son in a white family. After succeeding in high school, Charles enrolled at Florida Atlantic University, where he...

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