I Exist. Therefore I Am

By Shirani Rajapakse

I Exist. Therefore I Am by award-winning poet and author Shirani Rajapakse is a heartrending collection of women's stories from the different classes and parts of India. Drink Your Milk and Go to Sleep, the opening story, is not only gut-wrenching, but it is also...

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I Have No Earthly Idea

By S.K. Radhakrishnan

I Have No Earthly Idea by S.K. Radhakrishnan is a wonderful, bittersweet romance with an international setting in India and the United States. Senthil is a physical therapist who is deeply in love with Sumathi. Both of them work hard to make ends meet, support...

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In the Company of Like-Minded Women

By Elaine Russell

In the Company of Like-Minded Women by Elaine Russell follows the lives of three sisters over six weeks in summer 1901, against the backdrop of a developing city - Denver - and the Colorado women’s efforts to advocate and implement political and social reforms. Elizabeth...

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In The Shadow Of War

By Patrick M. Garry

In The Shadow Of War by Patrick M. Garry is an interesting literary fiction novel set against the backdrop of a small community and people dealing with the painful effects of war. It wasn't until the death of his brother that eighteen-year-old Glen Kinsella realized...

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Inevitable dreaming

By Dave Dröge

Inevitable Dreaming is a suspenseful and thoughtful work of mystery fiction by author Dave Dröge. A quick read at only 140 pages, the plot is deceptively complex as we follow the tragic life events of Waldemar van Splunteren, a forensic psychologist. As Waldemar’s wife and...

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It All Comes Back to You

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By Beth Duke

It All Comes Back to You by Beth Duke is a deceptively simple story about Ronni Johnson, a licensed practical nurse and aspiring writer, who meets Violet, a glamorous and vivacious elderly resident at Fairfield Springs, an Assisted Living residence. Violet, who captivates audiences just...

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I Miss My Pa The Most

By Raymond Cook

I Miss My Pa The Most by Raymond Cook introduces us to Christopher and Shannon Rose O'Shea, a couple living in Marble, Colorado in 1898 with their young daughter, Emily. When one night a stovepipe fire engulfs their home, the family escape through an attic...

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It's About Luke

By Gwenyth Snow

Warm and breezy, It's About Luke by Gwenyth Snow is a biographical fiction story that examines the reality of family, love, friendship, and humanity. Set in Edmonton, the story follows an ordinary young boy, nine-year-old Luke Poole, whose life vacillates between the doldrums of everyday...

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In The Shadows Of The City

By James Jewell

In The Shadows Of The City by James Jewell is a coming of age story set against the backdrop of an unforgiving society that can mercilessly break budding souls. We meet Jack Wallace, a young man struggling to handle his high school education while trying...

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I Like You Like This

By Heather Cumiskey

Sixteen-year-old Hannah Zandana is not a conventional good looker. She has a spotty complexion and wild hair. Her parents also make her feel ugly and constantly criticize her looks. Her father calls her a dirty harlot and her mother always turns her back on Hannah....

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