Loose Lips

By Mack Guinness

Loose Lips by Mack Guinness is a gripping suspense thriller set in New Orleans. The main character, Cleveland Jones, isn't a cop anymore, but a veteran who minds his own business running a homeless shelter. His life takes a dangerous turn when he is suspected...

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Comfort Songs

By Kimberly Fish

Family can be difficult at times, especially if your family includes Grammy Award-winning parents. AJ (Autumn Joy Worthington) is the daughter of a famous singer/songwriter, a star, really. It’s not the life AJ would want and, when her own plan for marriage disintegrates, not long...

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Our Bathtub Wasn't in the Kitchen Anymore

By Gerade DeMichele (Pen Name of Anthony G. Picciano)

Our Bathtub Wasn't in the Kitchen Anymore is a work of fiction in the historical, coming of age and urban life sub-genres, and was penned by author Gerade DeMichele. Set in the 1950s and 1960s in the United States of America, this heartfelt tale follows...

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Low Reign

By Mario D. King

Low Reign by Mario D. King is a coming of age story of two boys as they try to find a way to chase their dreams while making sense of their reality. LJ and Bee are two friends on the brink of adulthood. The boys...

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Nobby's Diary

By I.R. Walker

Nobby's Diary by I.R. Walker is the touching story of a man as he struggles to survive with the help of his young friend. When young Spencer comes across a man in his shed, he has no idea how this will change his life forever....

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When Life Was like a Cucumber

By Greg Wyss

When Life Was like a Cucumber by Greg Wyss is a story set in the nostalgic 1970s as the author takes the reader on a trip back in time when things were simpler yet far more chaotic! Jeff Hesse was 24 years old when his...

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Top Producer

A Novel of Suspense
By Laura Wolfe

Mara Butler believes her lousy luck has finally changed when she lands a job with Jacqueline Henderson, one of Chicago's top real estate agents. As a newbie in the business and fresh out of a firing and a failed romantic relationship, she believes her new...

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Dak Ackerthefifth and the Ethics of Heroism

By Joshua S Joseph

Dak Ackerthefifth and the Ethics of Heroism is a work of fiction penned in the literary style by Joshua S. Joseph. Written for mature readers due to the presence of some adult language and situations, this thought-provoking novel plays on the themes of existentialism and...

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A Child Left Behind

By Phil Hutcheon

A Child Left Behind by Phil Hutcheon is a contemporary urban political story that revolves around the central plot of a newborn who has been left in the bathroom of a diner in Stockton, California. The novel is formatted into vignettes, each narrated in a...

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Cet for Life--Book One

The Oxycodone Blues
By B. Alexander Owen

Cet For Life – Book One: The Oxycodone Blues by B. Alexander Owen is a deep dive into the mind and world of an opiate abuser. Now in his fifties, Steve (or Stiv as he prefers to be called) is a product of the Seventies...