MOMcarcerated

By M.R. Abbott

MOMcarcerated is a humorous fiction novel about aging written by M.R. Abbott. Hedwig Elisabeth Dorner, or Mom, was a sprightly and relatively agile woman of seventy-six years, who still loved to take care of her garden, itself a glowing testament to the skill and green...

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Mother Trees

By G. G. Grit

Mother Trees is a work of historically focused fiction penned by author G. G. Grit. Set during the difficult times of the sixties and seventies in Louisiana, the story first focuses on white girl Berti Van der Haar. Growing up in the time of desegregation...

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My Brother George

By Robbie Polack

My Brother George by Robbie Polack is an emotive young adult coming of age novel that tells the heart-breaking story of two brothers whose childhood is marred by tragic events. John and George grow up in the care of their mother and a loving elderly...

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More Grace

By Brandi R Sewell

In More Grace by Brandi R Sewell, Bishop Aaron Holcomb and his wife, Lady Grace, are the epitome of success and virtuous living. The childhood sweethearts have not only built the most respected church in the country, but are also the heads of a huge...

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Monsters in My Closet

By Margaret A Daly

Monsters in My Closet is a romantic novel of suspense written by Margaret A. Daly. Becky loved her new apartment. While it definitely was what the realtor had described as “cozy” -- code for small -- she loved its bright cheeriness and the many windows;...

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My First Ten Days in Heaven

By Robert Brown

Mike was not expecting to die, let alone wake up in Heaven. As a confirmed atheist, he was convinced that when his life ended that would be it. But here he was in a very nice apartment with a well-stocked fridge, all mod cons, and...

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Making Sense of Past Time

A Novel
By Lawrence G. Taylor

Making Sense of Past Time: A Novel by Lawrence G. Taylor is an interesting story that reflects the reality faced by millions of young migrants, especially those from black communities. Born and raised in the Caribbean, with an authoritative father, the anxious and restless Harry...

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Momentary Illumination of Objects In Motion

By Jason Arias

Momentary Illumination of Objects in Motion by Jason Arias features quirky characters, impressive and unusual story lines, and critical themes. The collection veers off from common ideas to present stories that highlight the brokenness in our world and the sheer effort by many to survive...

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Myrrendryl

By Kirby Lord

Myrrendryl by Kirby Lord is a fascinating urban fantasy, a story that explores intimate themes of life and death and the deep longings of the human heart. It opens with Davey McKidd of Irish descent, a frail kid so bullied in school and scared by...

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Moon Dogg

By Michael Greco

Moon Dogg by Michael Greco is the story of a man who dies and comes back to life in the body of a teenager. While the story itself is very intriguing and interesting, it has strains of mysticism and spiritualism that added a new layer...

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