The Color of Greed

Erebus Tales, Book II
By Norman Westhoff

The Color of Greed is book two in the Erebus Tales by Norman Westhoff, a tale filled with adventure. Keltyn SparrowHawk is a geologist left behind by her mates. After surviving a bullet wound, she has found a home among the tribe that has accepted...

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As the Pizza Burns

By Nick Powers

As the Pizza Burns by Nick Powers is a story told from the perspective of Tony, yet another unhappy employee of Pizza Corp, a nationwide chain of fast-food takeaway and delivery conglomerate. We meet several of his fellow workers, none of whom want to be...

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Blue Mask, Red Hat

By Lisa Creech Saleh

Up to this point, I’ve avoided COVID-related fiction as it has felt a bit too close for comfort. These are, as the now popular word describes, unprecedented times. And America knows this only too well. But relying on snippets of news once an evening, I...

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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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The Wall

By David Pereda

The Bertrams and the Jimenezes were two families that lived in El Salvador. While the Bertrams operated a thriving restaurant, Domingo Jimenez operated a repair shop. Both families had dreamed of moving to America, but they were doing okay in El Salvador until the maras...

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The Boy With The Broken Smile

By Roger DeBeers Sr

The Boy With The Broken Smile is a work of fiction in the realistic, interpersonal drama and coming of age sub-genres, and was penned by author Roger DeBeers Sr. The work is intended for the mature adult reading audience and is based on a true...

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I, Bully

By Roy Dimond

I, Bully is a work of fiction in the coming of age, social issues, and interpersonal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Roy Dimond. The work is intended for the young adult reading audience and upward and handles the sensitive topic of cyberbullying, both...

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Mask On

By Lisa Creech Saleh

Mask On by Lisa Creech Saleh is a realistic and delightful reminiscence of the year of the pandemic as seen through the eyes of the “mom” of a “normal” family in Raleigh, NC. The narrator writes through the eyes of Nana, a restaurateur and mom...

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Blackout

By Joey Paul

Blackout by Joey Paul is a novel for young adults. It revolves around fifteen-year-old Tally Jenkins. She was from a rich home, had a beautiful family, grand friends at school, and a dashing boyfriend. Tally was among the elite at school, with everyone wanting to...

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