Our Bathtub Wasn't in the Kitchen Anymore

By Gerade DeMichele (Pen Name of Anthony G. Picciano)

Our Bathtub Wasn't in the Kitchen Anymore is a work of fiction in the historical, coming of age and urban life sub-genres, and was penned by author Gerade DeMichele. Set in the 1950s and 1960s in the United States of America, this heartfelt tale follows...

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Our Dried Voices

By Greg Hickey

By 2189, cancer, AIDS and a host of other fatal diseases are no longer life-threatening. However, within this time span, two more World Wars have ravaged humanity. Global warming has reached unprecedented levels. Considering these circumstances, a diverse group of wealthy investors concludes that a...

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Out of the Light of Darkness

By Edward Donnelly

Out of the Light of Darkness is a collection of short stories presented in audiobook format, penned by author Edward M. Donnelly and read by narrator A. J. Carter. The work consists of six short stories and one longer, more developed novella-length tale, in...

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On Nana's Shoulders

By Vicki Schoen

On Nana's Shoulders by Vicki Schoen is the story of families, the way we all must work through life and everything that comes with it. How we have ups and downs in life, mistakes are made, things fall apart and then we must find a...

One Last Good Day

Eelings' Rare Earth Book 1
By Kimberly Coleman

One Last Good Day (Eelings’ Rare Earth, Book 1) by Kimberly Coleman is set in the sleepy small town of Moira, Texas. The Eeling brothers, Warren and Rich, argue about money, their land deed, and about moving to Dallas for a better life. Left by...

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Old Stone Face

A Story of Indentured Servitude
By Eve Gwartney

Old Stone Face by Eve Gwartney is set in Denmark at a time when children as young as eleven and twelve could be indentured to wealthy farmers. When Maren and Britta Iversen's father died at sea, their mother had no choice but to send them...

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Out of the Rabbit Hutch

By Nanette L. Avery

Out of the Rabbit Hutch is a work of historical fiction focused on culture and colonization, penned by author Nanette L. Avery. Set largely in America before and after the Civil War, in this story we meet Mallabal as he journeys from the destruction of...

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On the Path of Destruction

By Roslyn Cox

On the Path of Destruction is a work of dramatic urban fiction written by author Roslyn Cox. Written for adults due to its explicit nature, the tale revolves around coming of age and exploring the world, and is the first in a series. This first...

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One Way Home

By L.B. Lewis

One Way Home is a contemporary fiction novel for new adults written by L.B. Lewis. Sierra was so excited about her future. She was in love; she and Ismael were on their way to Paris to enjoy a romantic interlude and then they’d be flying...

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Oreads

By John F. Lavelle

Oreads by John F. Lavelle is a fictional novel set in the Appalachian mountains in the 1960s. It tells the story of Cassie Wolphe who, as a tender teenager, falls hopelessly in love with Jake McCullom. Cassie wants to remain in the rural area where...

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