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Survivor By Ernest Bywater
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A 10 year old boy survives a car crash where his family is killed. He goes to live on his maternal grandfather's ranch on the Texas / Mexican border with some of his retired Army buddies. But life... More > there has some serious issues due to drug smugglers being angry about having their shipments destroyed by those at the ranch. Pat grows up fast while learning to be quick and accurate with a gun. - 52,000 words of adventure.< Less
ONE WOMAN'S WAR By Natalija Nogulich
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Tragedy strikes in a Balkan mountain village when a young boy is murdered. The grieved mother flees to New York City in the hope of healing in the arms of family. Renewal looks possible until the... More > predator’s identity is discovered and the desire for revenge drives our heroine back to her homeland to even up the score. Civil war, passion, love and hate drive the characters to an unpredictable yet inevitable destiny.< Less
Stephanie's Diary By Lloyd Williams
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Stephanie grew up in a dysfunctional household. Her mother, a former model, became a slave to drugs and prostitution when Stephanie was only ten years old. She didn’t think twice about putting... More > her children in harm’s way, especially her daughter. She even loaned her daughter to "clients " in exchange for drugs. Attempting to turn her life around, Stephanie moved out, ready for a new beginning, full of promise. But the demons from her past would not allow her to live peacefully. Starting over was a concept that Stephanie came to know all too well as she struggled to survive her senior year while floundering in a world of cruelty and violence. She yearned to turn over a new leaf, but wondered if she could ever escape the past and leave her childhood horror behind her.< Less
Unwanted Agenda Book Three By Sandra Denbo, Tamarine Vilar
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After six years of no contact, Charlotte’s ex, Kurt, arrives unexpectedly to reconnect with their sons, Josh and Cal. Josh wants nothing to do with him but Cal is excited to try. Why was he... More > gone for so long? Why is he back now? Although Kurt appears to have changed, everyone suspects an unwanted agenda.< Less
Aura Leigh By Deanna Ray
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It was the spring of 1935. It seemed a wonderful time to grow up in the cozy, country town of Flanary. Little could one realize that soon everything they took for granted would change and could never... More > be the same. The depression rages, death occurs in the home place and the women are left to adapt as they had no choice. Aura Leigh viewed her first look at life through a child’s eyes and later as a beautiful young woman with so many hopes and dreams. Later she descends through the journeys of mental hell; she struggled to find her way out. This is an empowering story of one woman’s journey through life, her courage to face the repercussions of the choices she made and the strength to not only survive, but to actually live again.< Less
Dream Catcher By D. Jeremy Doraido
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David is only nine when Dad drowns on the last day of vacation. Haunted by what he witnessed, he thinks life can’t get any worse. That is until Mom marries Mr. Fulton, Dad’s business... More > partner, a much older man. To escape the beatings and verbal abuse, David runs away for the sixth time. He is placed in foster care at the age of almost thirteen, until the Court can find out whom to blame. For a boy that has been accused of lying and stealing, no one will believe what he heard Mr. Fulton saying on the phone about his business dealings. DREAM CATCHER is a Christian novel that won second place with the West Virginia Writers Inc.< Less
Marvin's Garden By Joseph Brisben
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When she was growing up, all Madge Duckworth wanted was to marry a man who was going places. She got that in her husband, Marvin, a farmer, but she also discovers that she married a sadist, a... More > glutton, and a man so greedy and mean that he disowns his own son. Madge’s life runs on a terror-filled inertia. The only pleasant things in it are her job in the telephone company in Pond Creek, OK, her friendship with Marge Brauniger, and spying on her son Jason and his family. Then cancer strikes Madge, but she eventually finds solace in her housekeeper, Betty Buckley, Betty’s three-legged dog Frankie, and Betty’s old horse Argus.< Less
The Outhouse By David W. Gordon
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As if growing up in the midst of the Great Depression isn't difficult enough, Paul Miller is dealing with a terrifying family secret. As the pressures of the Depression mount, Paul can no longer... More > ignore the evidence piling up around him. The choices he makes will set him on a collision course with his family and with history. The Outhouse is a Depression Era coming of age story with a horrifying twist. The novel takes readers along for a thrilling three generation mystery, exploring how far a man would go to protect the people he loves.< Less
Slum: A Romantic Adventure By Dan Carroll
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THE SLUM TRILOGY, BOOK ONE is not a typical boy-meets-girl love story. Their situation is impossible. Robert is a sophisticated executive in New York City. Julianna is a former stripper living in a... More > slum on a Caribbean island. Besides, he already has a girlfriend and is not looking for someone else- especially not a married ex-stripper from a far-away Caribbean slum! But as fate would have it, a dying six-year-old girl is the force which throws them together into a passionate entanglement which transforms both of them. An intoxicating love story? A tale of hope for a dying child? An inspiring moral drama? It's all rolled into this fast moving page turner.< Less
Stories from The Road Not Taken By Henry Hurt
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The stories in this collection are set in and around the imaginary town of Shaw’s Pond in Southside Virginia. The fictional players, including the narrator, are interrelated by bloodlines,... More > marriages, secret loves, scandals and ancient grudges. As with people the world over, the characters and their stories are nourished by the legends that so often enrich the most ordinary of lives. To be sure, a lot is going on at Shaw’s Pond. Henry Hurt has been an editor and writer for more than fifty years. As Editor-at-Large for Reader’s Digest Magazine in its hey-day, he reported on events from espionage and terrorism to disasters--both natural and man-made. But his favorite subjects were the poignant stories of people where the human spirit shined through circumstances that seemed hopeless. Hurt lives in Southside Virginia.< Less
Love Apples By Melissa van Maasdyk
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Why get married? London-based food writer Kate Richmond can conceive of no good reason. She’s seen where it got her mother and so has written her own recipe for life, relishing her career, with... More > men on the side — including a delicious love match in Daniel Price. When Kate heads to Mauritius on an assignment, she seems set to secure her dream job at Be magazine until a cyclone curdles her carefully laid plans for the summer issue. With her career at stake, Kate will stop at nothing to get things on track, shamelessly entangling others in her quest, including the irresistible Fai Li, but when she takes a step too far, she sets herself on a tempestuous course that will upturn some long-held beliefs. Set in the glamorous, racy world of magazines and suffused with sensual descriptions of food – plus recipes – Love Apples delves into love and lust, marriage and infidelity, and why people continue to invest in a convention so prone to failure.< Less
Sanctuary: Sequel to Dream Catcher By D. Jeremy Doraido
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David continues to have a trust issue eventhough his abusive stepfather and mother died in a car crash. Mark does his best as a foster parent to remain calm and explain his few rules. Then a deaf... More > child named Freddie comes to live with them for a short stay after his great-uncle is injured. Mark feels a need to carry pen and paper, but David has begun sign language at church. Freddie loves to joke using a play on words to confuse David. Freddie learns about Jesus for the first time, not even knowing the correct sign. The two boys become close, much like real brothers. "Heartwarming tale of a boy whose physical and spiritual needs are met by his foster father. Describes the boy's background of abuse and abandonment by his step-father. Honestly portrays the feelings of his foster father." Rebecca French Day, BSW, LSW< Less
Stories from Potomac County By Chuck Smith
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Potomac County may not be on the way to anywhere, but its residents have stories to share: there's three and a half lawmen, a very large hog, a precocious six-year-old and his heretic brother, an... More > overzealous ex-air raid warden, a debutante with a fake Southern accent, at least one slightly crazed preacher, an old man and his terrier, and many more. Finally, you’re at Someplace Else, a beachside bar unlike any other. Kick up your feet and stay awhile. This collection of slightly true short stories from author Chuck Smith is humorous, reflective, and full of surprises.< Less
eat with caution. By Chris Dotson
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Sally and Tim love throwing dinner parties. They're gracious hosts, they're excited about food, and they love to cook. There's just one minor problem: Whenever Sally and Tim host a dinner party,... More > their guests tend to die. Welcome to the absurd world of Chris Dotson, where doctors risk their lives for a taste of lobster bisque, people hold lifelong grudges against their childhood school bus drivers, and anxieties are soothed by shopping for sweaters online. Dotson's debut novel is a zany farce about a married couple who find themselves trapped in dinner party hell.< Less
BeLonging By Woodshop Writers
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BeLonging is the fourth anthology by the Woodshop Writers, a group of writers in Portland, Oregon, who study their craft under the guidance of writer and teacher Nancy Woods. In this anthology you... More > will read about home and homelessness, exploration and discovery, identity, growth, change, and understanding of both self and others. Together the pieces describe a wide range of human experience. They underscore how basic and vital a sense of belonging is for everyone, and how many different forms belonging can take.< Less
Minicuentos/Mini-stories By Yosmar Mejías
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Micro-narrative is a demanding, complex genre. Most writers, at some point, try it, just to discover how incredibly hard it is. Yorman Mejías is a master at it. With years of experience and a... More > Bachellor's degree in Education with a focus on Languages and Literature, Yorman has perfected the art of telling a full story in very few words, of creating worlds of beauty with an economy of vocabulary that is downright astonishing. Minicuentos/Mini-stories is proof of his genius. /// La micro-narrativa es uno de los géneros literarios más exigentes y complejos que existen. La mayoría de los escritores, en algún momento, intentan esta breve forma narrativa y descubren lo increíblemente difícil que puede ser. Yorman Mejías es un maestro de este arte. Con años de experiencia y una licenciatura en Educación con mención en Lenguas y Literatura, Yorman ha perfeccionado el arte de contar historias con tan pocas palabras que es sorprendente. Este libro prueba su maestría.< Less
The Barclay Town By The Barclay School
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This book was written by the students of the Barclay School in Ridgeway, South Carolina. It is a beautifully imaginative piece of fiction about a girl named Alyx.
Excited: Love, Career, and Fame: The Rollercoaster Ride of a Newly Signed Music Sensation By Chrislan Manengs
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Chrislan Treasure never imagined he would become a singer. Since being separated from his mother by circumstances beyond his control at age eleven, Chrislan has been focused on simply surviving. But... More > when he decides to use his musical talents to win a girl’s heart, Chrislan’s journey becomes not just one of survival, but of glittering fame. As Chrislan’s dreams lead him to eventually sign a recording contract, he seems destined to rise to stardom. But just when Chrislan realizes he needs more than fame to be happy, a chance meeting with a girl sets a chain of events into motion. As Chrislan’s journey takes him to Paris, he begins to see the first signs that his world may not be ready to let him be the man he needs to be. Now it is up to him to discover if love has the power to conquer all. In this contemporary story, a rising music star faces his greatest challenges as he attempts to juggle his career, fame, and love.< Less
Life Is a Fishing Trip By Daniel Hance Page
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Life Is a Fishing Trip is a story that takes a fishing trip a step further into new territory of a life of travel and adventure with Native American traditions, respect for the environment, and a... More > philosophy of life based on fishing and seeking each person’s true path. Daniel Hance Page is a freelance writer with nineteen books published and others being written. His books are authentic stories filled with action, adventure, history and travel including Native American traditions and spiritual insights to protect our environment in the smallest park or widest wilderness.< Less
(Life in the) Breakdown Lane By Paul Maurer
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As a twenty-two year old dreamer, Mike Johnson bicycled across the country. Four decades later, bitter and haunted, he again seeks the solace of the open road. It is there both physical and emotional... More > exhaustion battle redemption one pedal stroke at a time.< Less
Ready For November By Jamie Lee Cook
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Jack Wilcox is tiptoeing through life. Then he meets Ben ...
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Zion By Steven Cornell
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A historical fiction based in Zion Canyon, Utah from 1928 to 1930 around the stories of Frank and Vilate Whitney. It depicts the building of the Zion Tunnel and the transformation of the isolated... More > Paiute inhabited canyon into a global attraction.< Less
The Almagre Review: Leadership By Joe Barrera
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The Almagre Review/La Revista Almagre is a Colorado literary journal seeking to promote writers and artists from the mountains to the prairies. We publish prose as expressed through short stories,... More > novel excerpts, poems, essays, interviews, and memoirs. We also feature illustrations and photography that enhances contributor material.< Less
Adah and The Great Seven By Damon M. White, Diana S. DesChamps
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Adah doesn't want to vote for a Blue Jay. Adah also doesn't want to vote for a Cardinal. She knows neither of them will do anything to stop those Egg Snatching Snakes. They will just talk and brag... More > and boast and promise how if they were elected, they would most assuredly, this time, once and for all, without a doubt, end any snatching from the Snakes. Of course, it never happens. The Snakes only get more brazen. And the birds only live in more fear; making them even more dependent on and susceptible to whoever it is they believe is the candidate with the best marketing scheme. So Adah did the one thing that no one ever expects anyone to ever do to a political problem in the middle of a political campaign. She decided to solve it. This compendium is a must read for any and all who seek an intellectual inspiration beyond the same ole same ole.< Less