We Go On

By Regina Walker

Death is always an unwelcome presence, especially in the home. Once he knocks, it could leave an open wound that festers and makes everyone vulnerable. Such is the story of We Go On by Regina Walker. The first installment in her Then Comes Hope trilogy,...

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Where Irises Never Grow

By Paulette Mahurin

Where Irises Never Grow by Paulette Mahurin is a historical fiction novel set during World War II in France. When Monica finds two names on a slip of paper inside a French version of Aesop’s Fables while working on her dissertation, she embarks on a...

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Wunderland

By Scarlett Se Leva

Wunderland by Scarlett Se Leva is your standard “poor girl-rich boy” fall in love against the odds and spend their lives fighting their families’ rejection of the idea. Simone, it seems, has known Ryan Mulligan her entire life and has loved him for most of...

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White Sheets

Where the Hippies Meet the Klan
By Sue Riddle Cronkite

When peace-loving, long-haired hippies showed up in New Hope, Florida, people who lived in the small community had a variety of reactions. Some began to question their own beliefs about the Vietnam War, while others were adamantly opposed to the protesters. Margaret “Pidge” Reed is...

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What Do You Think, Mr. Collins?

By Neal Bialostosky

What Do You Think, Mr. Collins? is a work of fiction in the science fiction genre penned by author Neal Bialostosky. It is aimed at the mature reading audience owing to the presence of explicit language throughout and some violence. The book is a wild...

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Whole Lot of Hullabaloo

A Twenty-First Century Campus Phantasmagoria
By Christopher Fried

Whole Lot of Hullabaloo by Christopher Fried is A Twenty-First Century Campus Phantasmagoria. Troy Thomas has no idea what he wants to do with his life but lives a normal college life – attending class, watching the women, and going to parties. He and his...

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Watkins Glen

By Eleanor Lerman

In Watkins Glen by Eleanor Lerman, Susan had moved to the tranquil town of Watkins Glen fifteen years ago from New York. Now in her sixties, Susan had become estranged from her older brother Mark until she receives a call from his son, concerned for...

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We Can Order the Same or Taste Each Other's

A Novella
By Mark Anthony Smith

The title of the first section is “Sausage Rolls,” and the memories begin. Thirty years later, he and Marie discover both of them had the same school dinner every day – sausage roll and beans. He joined the army, she went to college, and they...

Welcome to D*ck n B*lls Tower!

By Jeff Pearson

How do I describe this absolute madness? As I scratch my head and look for the answer, it’s plain as day in the title of the book, like author Jeff Pearson is giving me a smirk and a wink as the penny drops: Welcome to...

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Whispers On A String

By Kathleen Stone

Whispers on a String by Kathleen Stone is a novel that stands apart in its originality and I loved the idea behind the story. Meet Lonny and Roo, who became best friends in 1975. They were just fourteen and in high school. The two shared...

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