Moving Forward

By Immigrant Writers Association

Moving Forward is an anthology of short stories and one poem published by the Immigrant Writers Association, a Canadian-based organization. The book brings together the thoughts, experiences, and memories of people who have made the ultimate decision to leave their homelands and emigrate to a...

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Monica's War

By Jo Horne

Monica’s War is a work of historical fiction based on real life, and was penned by author Jo Horne. Chronicling the life of fierce female protagonist Monica Beresford Wichfeld, based on the facts of her life, this biographical-but-fictionalized account brings us closer to the emotion...

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MENAFTER10

By Casey Hamilton

MENAFTER10 is a work of fiction in the LGBTQ+ and social issues subgenres, and it was penned by author Casey Hamilton. Written for the mature adult reading audience, the work does contain explicit reference to sex and sexual situations, graphic violence, explicit language, and reference...

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Mariposa Oracle

The Mirror
By Trisha Barry

Mariposa Oracle: The Mirror by Trisha Barry is the sequel to Queen City Licensed Massage Therapist, and it is a spellbinding story that explores the world of alternative medicine. In the first book, the author describes, in a fascinating and humorous manner, Mariposa Oracle’s adventure...

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My Brother Themba

By Michele van Rensburg

My Brother Themba by Michele van Rensburg is a novel with strong historical underpinnings, exploring racial tension in South Africa. It follows two key characters, Themba, the child of an inter-racial relationship, and Alex, a white boy. Against the backdrop of the apartheid system, these...

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Mothers of Pine Way

Pine Valley, Book Two
By Corrine Ardoin

Mothers of Pine Way is the sequel to Corrine Ardoin's highly acclaimed novel, Fathers of Edenville. Grieving over the death of her beloved mother Ev, Candelaria Hart puts all her efforts into shedding light on the plight of migrant workers in America. Feeling proud of...

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Manflu

By Simone de Muñoz

The world in the future is run by women since Manflu has decimated the male population. Author Simone de Muñoz sets the scene with her principal character Morgan busy working in a government-sponsored lab to find a vaccine that will combat the disease. At home,...

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Mariposa Oracle

Queen City Licensed Massage Therapist
By Trisha Barry

Mariposa Oracle: Queen City Licensed Massage Therapist by Trisha Barry is a humorously told story that follows a massage therapist and the situations she gets herself into. I was immediately pulled in with the terrific descriptions, especially when she arrives at her client’s door, pulls...

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Mr. Dalton's Christmas

By Robert A. Valle

In the preface of Mr. Dalton’s Christmas by Robert A. Valle, the author asks us if all the tales about Christmas are only legends. It’s as if his Christmas story is not. Hmm. Legends are time-honored tales, and Mr. Valle’s is new, so I suppose...

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Me and My Social Media

By Claire Carey

Reading Me and My Social Media by Claire Carey is like riding a roller coaster of emotions, seeing a happy family possibly destroyed by a group of high school girls up to no good. Ms. Carey’s prose is so straightforward that it puts the reader...

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