Creature Feature

A Horrid Comedy
By Steven Paul Leiva

In Creature Feature by Steven Paul Leiva, the main character, Kathy Anderson, also known as Vivacia, the star in Vivacia’s House of Horrors, decides she is “sick and tired of being a sex goddess for geeks,” she quits the television show and returns to New...

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Cross the Stars

Crossing Stars Duet, Book 1
By Venessa Kimball

Cross the Stars (Crossing Stars Duet, Book 1) by Venessa Kimball is a suspenseful romance with echoes of Romeo and Juliet. Star-crossed Ella and Raj experience a chance meeting at a D.C. party and think their paths will never cross again. He is Jordanian royalty...

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Call of the Columbia

River of Redemption
By Brian D. Ratty

Call of the Columbia: River of Redemption is a work of fiction in the historical fiction, adventure, and slice of life sub-genres, and was penned by author Brian D. Ratty. In this sweeping tale set in the late nineteenth century, we find ourselves immersed in...

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Christmas of the Heart

A Collection of Short Stories
By Cheryl Rush Cowperthwait

Christmas is a holiday that has a special place in our hearts. Cheryl Rush Cowperthwait’s Christmas of the Heart: A Collection of Short Stories is an anthology of short fiction and a novella all themed around this special season. This uplifting set features 17 stories...

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Countess Jacqueline

By Gail Meath

Countess Jacqueline by Gail Meath takes us back in time to thirteenth-century Europe, the power plays and intrigues of rulers determined to claim and unite parts of France and Holland for themselves. Jacqueline is the only child of Lord William, ruler of the Netherlands, and...

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Code of Conduct

By Karen Black

If you are looking for a solid, mesmerizing, and gripping military novel that hinges tautly on historical foundations, then Code of Conduct by Karen Black is your perfect pick. Matt Tillet is an F-8 Crusader pilot whose plane is shot down over North Vietnam in...

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Child of Gilead

By Douglas S. Reed

In Child of Gilead, "The Boy" is encouraged by his mother to always follow the Road Less Traveled and avoid The Madness. Her rules are meant to "reveal a higher truth about what it takes to live a more meaningful and transcendent life.” On the...

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Choo Chooma'

A Collection of Short Stories
By Wayne J. Landry

Choo Chooma' by Wayne J. Landry is a collection of short stories that range in genre, with each reading independently of the others. In total, Landry's anthology is comprised of six pieces: Perfect, For Love, Moochie, Together in Church, Pig Bones, and A Good Sunday....

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Crossroads of the Mediterranean

The Sicily Chronicles, Part II
By Dick Rosano

Crossroads of the Mediterranean is the second novel in The Sicily Chronicles by Dick Rosano. Luca was not expecting his visit to Sicily to change his life forever, but it did. He met Vito, a strange man, and that meeting became the starting point of...

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Coffee Killed My Mother

By Donna Koros Stramella

In Coffee Killed My Mother by Donna Koros Stramella, seventeen-year-old Anna Lee learns more about her mother on a trip than she has her whole life. Inspired by a comment on a blog about the abundance of coffee in a quaint cottage in Hanover, Pennsylvania,...

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