Falling Pomegranate Seeds

The Duty of Daughters (Katherine of Aragon Story) (Volume 1)
By Wendy J. Dunn

Falling Pomegranate Seeds: The Duty of Daughters by Wendy J. Dunn introduces the reader to the lives of children of royalty in late fifteenth-century Europe. Isabella, Queen of Castile, oversees the unification of Spain with her husband King Ferdinand, while she raises four daughters and...

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Fair Helen's Midnight

By D L John

Fair Helen’s Midnight by D.L. John is a short story written in a free verse style of poetry and is about a woman connecting and discovering the deep love she feels for her island, culture, and traditions. Though the world may have looked down on...

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For Freedom's Sake

A Mother and Daughter's Journey
By Aleida Socarras

For Freedom's Sake by Aleida Socarras is a historical fiction novel showcasing the impact of the Cuban revolution on the lives of a mother and daughter. Anne Murphy always felt a little different. Raised by an affluent family, she struggles to feel a sense of...

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Feast of Crones

By Alexander Katz

Alexander Katz’s Feast of Crones is the story of Nathan Milton, a history teacher from New York and a Giants fan. He loves his wife Cassie and their twin girls. Father and daughters have just moved to New England. The town and the house are...

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Flash Fiction Stories on Life and Death

Flash Fiction Anthologies Book 18
By Theodore Jerome Cohen

Flash Fiction Stories on Life and Death by Theodore Jerome Cohen is an anthology of brilliantly composed short and longish pieces for a contest. Each story is inspired by a captioned photograph. The author compares them to M&Ms or peanuts in that the reader won’t...

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Finding The Way

Seeker's Series Book 1
By Cindy Burkart Maynard

Cindy Burkart Maynard's historical fiction novel Finding The Way (Seeker's Series Book 1) begins in 1250 AD. Set in northern Spain, it is a coming-of-age story of Amika, a young Basque girl, and her quest to find her way in life. Amika's mother, Esmene, a...

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Flash Fiction Stories In Honor of Juneteenth

By Theodore Jerome Cohen, Alyssa Devine

Flash Fiction Stories In Honor of Juneteenth is a work of fiction in the flash fiction, anthology, and cultural fiction subgenres, and was penned by author Theodore Jerome Cohen, who also uses the pen-name Alyssa Devine. The work is intended for the general adult reading...

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Flowers by Night

By Lucy May Lennox

Flowers by Night is an LGBTQ romance novel by Lucy May Lennox set in mid-19th century Japan. Uchida Tomonosuke, a Japanese samurai, finds himself deeply enamored with his masseur Ichi, a member of Todoza, the guild of blind men. Much to the dismay of his...

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Fedor

By Brant Vickers

Life’s surprises are illustrated well in Brant Vickers’ novel Fedor, and such surprises hold the key to the book’s appeal. Based on the life of a sideshow that performed in P.T. Barnum’s Circus in the late 1880s, Fedor Adrianovitch Jefticheff has long, thick, silky hair...

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Finding Family in a Far-Away Land

An Adoption Story
By Amanda Wall

Finding Family in a Far-Away Land: An Adoption Story is a children’s book written and illustrated by Amanda Wall. Spending their childhood on the streets of India, two sisters (Priya and Ari) are adopted by a family that lives far away in a different land....

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