The Destiny

Book III of The Prophecy
By Jerena Tobiasen

The Destiny is Book III of The Prophecy by Jerena Tobiasen, a historical tale featuring compelling characters and strong themes. The story begins with the birth of Miriam in post-war Amsterdam in 1952, and all that Mina Kota and her mother want is to protect...

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The Jailbird's Jackpot

By PJ Colando

The Jailbird's Jackpot by PJ Colando is a fascinating and gripping story of pain and the quest for revenge, but there are also very interesting details in the story. Amy Breeden just won a mega-million-dollar lottery a few hours after her release from prison. But...

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The Elegant Out

A Novel
By Elizabeth A Bartasius

The Elegant Out by Elizabeth Bartasius follows thirty-six-year-old Elizabeth as she juggles between her obsession with having another child and finally writing a novel. Once upon a time, she had dreamed of becoming a writer, but now, when she could actually work toward that dream,...

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The White Apron

By Christine Eyres

The White Apron by Christine Eyres is the story of Agnes as she goes through hell to live safely. Agnes Watt was not expecting life to hit her that hard. Everything changed after she married William Miller. Living in poverty proved to be more difficult...

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The Interview

Country on Fire
By Lazarus

The Interview (Country On Fire) by Lazarus is a provocative novella portraying the social issues of racial discrimination that is currently rampant in our nation. Shawn Thomas's father was a hard-working man who taught Shawn to respect law enforcement, that their presence was necessary to...

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Two Worlds Apart

By Gail Rose Thompson

Two Worlds Apart by Gail Rose Thompson is a beautiful story that has strong cultural and political underpinnings. Zarah Kadjar is sent to study in the US at the school where her mother, Louisa, studied. While there, she begins to develop a fondness for America....

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Twelve Mondays

Book One
By Laura Gaisie

Twelve Mondays by Laura Gaisie follows Emma-Lynn St. Roman as she deals with neglect, abuse, addiction, bullying, shame, guilt, and more. The story begins from her childhood, exploring the circumstances and experiences that shape Emma-Lynn until she is a young adult. It is a journey...

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The Women of Great Heron Lake

By Deanna Lynn Sletten

The Women of Great Heron Lake by Deanna Lynn Sletten connects two women who married into the same Madison family but exited decades apart from each other. When, after over a year of fighting pancreatic cancer, Nathan passed away, his wife, Marla Madison, felt free....

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The Rider

By Charles Simpson

The Rider by Charles Simpson is an interesting book that explores the themes of life, death, and rebirth, a narrative with a strong appeal to readers who enjoy reincarnation and fans of Franz Kafka. Sixty-five-year-old Janusz Zalewski dies happily in 1915, and as he dies,...

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This Is All He Asks Of You

By Anne Egseth

Anne Egseth’s endearing literary work, This Is All He Asks of You, features letters written by an imaginative twelve-year-old girl to her absent father. Now twenty-two, Luna looks back at her twelve-year-old self through the letters she wrote then which remained unsent. In 2007, Luna...

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