Petals

Unfurling a Life with Mental Illness
By Marti Eicholz

Petals: Unfurling a Life with Mental Illness by Marti Eicholz is an engrossing story that is character-driven and explores the journey of Mary Turner, a woman who had a difficult childhood and who has never felt like she really belonged. Determined to succeed, she elopes...

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Precocious

By Joseph Riden

Precocious is a short story by Joseph Riden. A gifted Florida schoolboy named Kevin has shown amazing creativity and brilliant mechanical aptitude since he was little. His parents encourage his curiosity, self-directed learning, and experimentation. But there’s one thing Kevin wants more than anything else....

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Penitentiary Tales

A Love Story
By EA Luetkemeyer

At the crux of this tale of incarceration is a cross-examination of social inequalities in race and gender. Penitentiary Tales: A Love Story by EA Luetkemeyer presents Dean Davis, an educated white male doing time for dealing marijuana. In an ethnically diverse penitentiary, Dean discovers...

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Pleasing White Boys

A Story of Aspiration and Malice in Corporate America
By Linda Saulsby

Pleasing White Boys: A Story of Aspiration and Malice in Corporate America by Linda Saulsby is a spellbinding book that takes a serious and critical look at one woman’s experience in corporate life, both domestic and international. This journey takes her to the level of...

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Papertown

By Dave Norem

Papertown is a work of intense dramatic fiction set in the 1950s and was penned by author Dave Norem. Written for adults due to its violent content and strong language, this novel casts a harsh lens over the tarpaper shanty towns which popped up during...

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Panicles

By Richard Robbins

What would you choose between a quiet private life and a public life that can be very rewarding but also risky? I think that we have asked ourselves this question at least once in our lives. Richard Robbins asks his readers the same question in...

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Peregrine

Rock Stars Book1
By Julie Spotted Eagle Horse Martineau

Peregrine is a novella-length work of contemporary romantic fiction penned by author Julie Spotted Eagle Horse Martineau. Forming the first book in the Rock Stars series, this interesting novella takes the typical rock star romance genre into a new dimension with both its narrative style...

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Plastic Makes Perfect

By Todd M. Thiede

Plastic Makes Perfect by Todd M. Thiede is a psychological fiction tale about a man who is trying to have the best life with his wife. John had simple goals in life; survive this wretched war and get back home to marry Mary. She is...

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Pet Peeves

An Oral History
By Diane Michaels

Pet Peeves: An Oral History by Diane Michaels begins on the set of a medical drama, Another Day to Live. Here we meet Kendra Lewis-Frost, breakdown writer and queen of amnesia plot lines. Austin Hughes is a comedian booked for a bit part on the...

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Project 137

By Seth Augenstein

In 2087, it’s not unusual for folks to live well into their hundreds. Medical miracles, like saving folks who should die in a car accident, are commonplace, thanks to machines that scan, pinpoint and repair wounds quickly. In 2087, smart phones have been replaced by...

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