Just One Look

By Joanne Kukanza Easley

Just One Look by Joanne Kukanza Easley is a powerful work of literary fiction about grief and what comes after. This moving and multi-layered story centers on Danielle Marek, who is thirteen and in love. It's Chicago, 1965, and for her, it's true love, not...

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Just Remember

By Donna Blaber

Em did not expect her life to change just because of one small, after-school detention. It was supposed to be just another day; her mum would be mad that she got in trouble, sure, but she was always mad these days, especially since she was...

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January River

By Bernard Jan

January River is a work of fiction penned in the literary style by author Bernard Jan. Focusing on central themes of family, friendships, and secrets that we hold deep, this work is aimed at mature readers and packs a real emotional punch. The central protagonist...

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Jeremy Austin and Miervaldis

By Rod C. Spence

Jeremy Austin and Miervaldis is the continuing epic fantasy/science fiction story from author Rod C. Spence. Jeremy Austin and his group of teenage, high-school compatriots have traveled through a wormhole to the planet Genesis 2.4 million light-years away from Earth. They are following in the...

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Johnny Boy

By John Califano

Johnny Boy is written by John Califano. Born into a tumultuous working-class family in Brooklyn New York, Johnny Caruso tries to make sense of the abusive relationship between his parents, while struggling to find a voice of his own. His bitter, alcoholic father, Bellisario, believes...

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Journey Home

A Cat's Tale
By Russell H. Plante

In a detailed account of misfortunes and joys, Russell H. Plante tells the story of an abandoned kitten that learns the intricacies of survival the hard way. While reading this fast-moving tale, I found myself constantly glancing over my shoulder at my own beloved feline...

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Justice for a Texas Marshall

Marshall Morris is at it again!
By Robert John DeLuca

Marshall Morris isn’t your ordinary young man and it’s not because he has extraordinary skills but because he lurches from one disaster to another. A senior at Justice High in south Texas, Marshall is in the football squad, but he knows that Coach Warren Wilson...

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Just Like You Said It Would Be

By C. K. Kelly Martin

Amira is trying to let go. Let him go. But the strings attached to first love are too strong to be traded in for a weak substitute. She tries, though, until she can try no more. When Amira’s estranged parents announce that they are going...

Josh Anvil and the Cypress Door (Volume 1)

By Bruce E Arrington

Josh just wanted to go fishing with his dad and quit school. One day, he ventures across the swamp, intending to go to town, but something about this familiar place was different. For a moment he thought himself lost, but all the markers indicated this...

Judge by the Cover

High School, Drama & Deadly Vices - Hafu Sans Halo Book 1
By Melissa Abigail

Judge by the Cover: High School, Drama & Deadly Vices is the first book in the Hafu Sans Halo series by Melissa Abigail, a story that transports the reader into the complex worlds and relationships between high school characters. Haruna Mitsukai has great dreams, an...