Royal Podium

How to prepare for command performances of The Sleeping Beauty and La Bohème and the circumstances thereof
By Alexander Jonathan Diack

When music conductor Maestro Leigh-Winter failed to remember that the national anthem should be played upon the arrival of the monarch, he was dismissed. Robin Landour takes his place in the symphony orchestra as Master of Music and is tasked with converting an underpaid and...

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Rumi Revisited

By Craig Wells

Rumi Revisited is a work of fiction in the interpersonal drama subgenre. It is aimed at the adult reading audience and was penned by Craig Wells. Set at a crossroads of faith and culture in 1960s Los Angeles where anything outside of Caucasian came with...

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Rebirth in Acadi

By Susan Swanson

Rebirth in Acadi is a work of cultural fiction by author Susan Swanson. Family trees can be very complicated, as Elizabeth Bancroft, who renames herself Louise Dennis, is about to find out. Of course, everyone has skeletons hiding in their closet. Louise is of African-American...

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Remembering Hope

By Parastoo Rezai

Remembering Hope by Parastoo Rezai is the story of a woman trying to keep her family intact while facing overwhelming odds. Bahar is an Iranian woman brought up in a conservative culture. After her childhood friend Shirin introduces Bahar to her cousin, Omid, Bahar finds...

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Rising Wind: The Weeping God and the Book of Hope

(Book 3 of 3 Rising Wind Series)
By Diane Olsen

The Weeping God and the Book of Hope is part three in the Rising Wind series by Diane Olsen. This book is actually a prequel to the first two books, so it's not necessary to have read those first. The two lead characters, Sage Dalton...

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Roots, Branches & Buzz Saws

More Stories of August Kibler
By T P Graf

Roots, Branches & Buzz Saws: More Stories of August Kibler by TP Graf is an insightful novel about what shapes a life. This story centers on August Kibler, a man who dies. His friend Tyler Ethan Marvel-Jemison is also Kibler's executor and discovers a file...

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Rich White Trash

By Judi Taylor Cantor

Rich White Trash by Judi Taylor Cantor is a family drama where the Landry family is tested beyond their imagination. Set in Austin, Texas, this is the story of the Landry family as they navigate life while facing the challenges of the time. The affluent...

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Radha's Revenge & Other Stories

By Gopal Ramanan

If you enjoy short fiction with well-drawn characters, settings, and plots, Radha's Revenge & Other Stories by Gopal Ramanan may be for you. These twelve tales are vignettes of everyday life in the bustling cities and rural villages of India. Several explore inspirational themes about...

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Rinn's Crossing

A Novel
By Russell Heath

In Rinn's Crossing by Russell Heath, as Rinn van Ness, a local Alaskan man, slips quietly away from a crime scene and into the forest, he is unaware that a man is about to die. When his former lover, Kit Olinsky, a conservation advocate, is...

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Risking Exposure

By Jeanne Moran

Imagine being judged and persecuted for something you couldn’t help; an illness that came suddenly and took away your ability to get around like everyone else. In Risking Exposure, fourteen-year-old Sophie is an avid photographer and member of the Hitler Youth. Like her father, she...

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