When The Fireworks End

A story about two teenagers' last summer together in an idyllic Japanese fishing town
By Alex Lund

When The Fireworks End is a work of fiction in the coming of age sub-genre, penned for mature young adults and new adult audiences by author Alex Lund. Focusing closely on the culture and experience of growing up in a close-knit Japanese coastal community, we...

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Watermark

The Broken Bell series
By Elise Schiller

Watermark: The Broken Bell Series by Elise Schiller is a heart-breaking story of teenage angst, coming of age, family dysfunction, and poverty in the inner city. Angel Ferente is a little more damaged than your average teenager and yet, she has managed to rise above...

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When Strange Calls You Home

A Collection of Short Stories
By Kelly Punton

When Strange Calls You Home by Kelly Punton is an excellent collection of twelve short stories. A teenage girl tries to figure out what she wants from her somewhat dull life. A man takes a chance on an epic space adventure. Another man struggles with...

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What If They Knew

By T R Hendrick

What If They Knew by T R Hendrick is a brilliant meld of historical and political themes in a thriller, a novel that invites the reader into a discussion on the documents that define the American states. In writing that is beautiful and fluid and...

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Who Am I

By J. R. Penna

Who Am I by J. R. Penna is a novel that engages readers in a serious conversation with themselves and their choices and that explores strong and realistic themes. Rita is a thirty-four-year-old single woman with no children, pursuing her dream to be successful and...

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What Girls Are Good For

A Novel of Nellie Bly
By David Blixt

What Girls Are Good For is a fictional tale about the real-life journalist Elizabeth Cochran or, as she went by a pen name, Nellie Bly. In an era where women were expected to run the household and attend to duties of the gentler sex, Nellie,...

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Wild Boar in the Cane Field

A Novel
By Anniqua Rana

Wild Boar in the Cane Field: A Novel by Anniqua Rana is a story that showcases the reality of life in a society where people still hold strongly onto superstitious beliefs. Tara is found abandoned and covered in flies — in fact, flies fill her...

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Wildfire Weeds

By Mori Natura

Wildfire Weeds is a work of very recent historical fiction focused on the cultivation of illegal marijuana plants and was penned by author Mori Natura. The story focuses on an intimate week in the lives of Willow and Spruce Wilder in Mendocino County, where their...

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When the Haboob Sings

By Nejoud Al-Yagout

In When the Haboob Sings by Nejoud Al-Yagout, Dunya Khair had always noticed the cultural injustices around her but never dared to question them. When her conscience can take it no longer, she dares to speak out for the rights of women and others in...

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Where Light Cannot Reach

Crusaders of the Lost
By William Mark

Though it’s classified as suspense, Where Light Cannot Reach by William Mark borders on a thriller, and what a thriller it is! The “faceless monster” in this excellently written story is someone no victim would want to meet, not in reality or possibly even in...

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