Mother Trees

By G. G. Grit

Mother Trees is a work of historically focused fiction penned by author G. G. Grit. Set during the difficult times of the sixties and seventies in Louisiana, the story first focuses on white girl Berti Van der Haar. Growing up in the time of desegregation...

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Bright Days and Dark

By John S. Wilson

Bright Days and Dark by John S. Wilson is an interesting story that follows a young man’s journey towards a dream while capturing the soul and music of an era with unusual clarity. It is 1974 and seven-year-old John harbors a powerful dream — he...

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The Capitol Expressway

By Richard Siciliano

The Capitol Expressway by Richard Siciliano is a fictional look at the social issues of today, told through the eyes of a man trying to come to terms with the world around him and the current state of his life. The man starts out in...

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Emily, Gone

By Bette Lee Crosby

Emily, Gone by Bette Lee Crosby is the story of three mothers who love their little girl more than anything else. Unfortunately, each mother loves the same little girl as their own. Rachel Dixon has given birth to a beautiful baby girl named Emily. Vicki...

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My Brother George

By Robbie Polack

My Brother George by Robbie Polack is an emotive young adult coming of age novel that tells the heart-breaking story of two brothers whose childhood is marred by tragic events. John and George grow up in the care of their mother and a loving elderly...

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Screwed

A Prison Story
By Chester Hart

Chester Hart worked in a prison. He understands the unique culture and attitudes that dominate among staff running correctional facilities, and he holds nothing back in this extraordinary story. Screwed: A Prison Story is fiction, but it's a fact-based, no-holds-barred exposure of the realities of...

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The Father

A Novel
By Andrés Cruciani

The Father: A Novel by Andrés Cruciani is the story of Savage, a man who kidnaps his own daughter to save her but ends up losing the dream of a life he’s always wanted. Told by a narrator who encounters the protagonist, Savage, in a...

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After Anderson

Aftermath of a Tragedy
By Jamila Mikhail

Jamila Mikhail pens a story of tragedy in After Anderson. Two years have passed since Aly Feldman's best friend, Anderson Massey, entered their high school and began shooting. “Twenty people paid with their lives for everyone’s collective failure.” Aly remains tormented by the massacre. She...

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More Grace

By Brandi R Sewell

In More Grace by Brandi R Sewell, Bishop Aaron Holcomb and his wife, Lady Grace, are the epitome of success and virtuous living. The childhood sweethearts have not only built the most respected church in the country, but are also the heads of a huge...

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Addie Braver

By Eric Bergman

Addie Braver is a coming of age novel for young adults written by Eric T. Bergman. Addie’s last memory of her dad was emblazoned so brightly in her memory. She was only three and a half years old, and the sights and sounds of the...

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