When Life Was like a Cucumber

By Greg Wyss

When Life Was like a Cucumber by Greg Wyss is a story set in the nostalgic 1970s as the author takes the reader on a trip back in time when things were simpler yet far more chaotic! Jeff Hesse was 24 years old when his...

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Wildchilds

By Eugenia Melian

Wildchilds by Eugenia Melian is the story of a woman who is forced to confront her past if she wants her future to be happy with her daughter. Iris rebuilt her life as a sculptor and left her past behind in Paris. Living in California...

Working the Pews

By Anthony Watts

Working the Pews is a work of fiction in the Christian and romance sub-genres, and was penned by author Anthony Watts. Aimed at adult audiences due to mature sexual situations and some violent content, the story follows the downfall of a successful televangelist and her...

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Wildflowers in Winter

By Naomi Wark

Naomi Wark’s heart-warming novel Wildflowers in Winter follows the life of a ninety-two-year-old woman, struggling with the loss of loved ones and estranged from her daughter-in-law’s family. Edna listens to the news of the death of her son with shock. The death evokes memories of...

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Waiting on Faith

By Tricia Cundiff

Tricia Cundiff pens an awe-inspiring story in Waiting on Faith. Patch grips his family history in his hands. This book saved him, and now it has drawn him back to his family’s cottage on the island of Sanibel. Holding the journal, he longingly waits for...

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Watermark

The Broken Bell series
By Elise Schiller

Watermark: The Broken Bell Series by Elise Schiller is a heart-breaking story of teenage angst, coming of age, family dysfunction, and poverty in the inner city. Angel Ferente is a little more damaged than your average teenager and yet, she has managed to rise above...

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Watching

By Julie Hodgson

Watching by Julie Hodgson is a psychological suspense thriller that follows the protagonist Hazel, as she watches the outside world from her own window. The story weaves back and forth between past events in Hazel's life and the life she finds herself in now, wheelchair-bound...

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Where Flowers Bloom

By Nikki Vale

Where Flowers Bloom is a work of women’s fiction with plenty of interpersonal drama, penned by author Nikki Vale. The work is written for adult audiences due to the inclusion of some steamy romantic scenes and moderate violence. In this emotive and highly engaging read,...

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We All Fall Down

Stories of Plague and Resilience
By Jean Gill

We read about the plague and the devastation it had on Europe in our history classes. We are taught how it spread and how many people perished, but not much on how the people of that time felt knowing they were so close to death....

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When Strange Calls You Home

A Collection of Short Stories
By Kelly Punton

When Strange Calls You Home by Kelly Punton is an excellent collection of twelve short stories. A teenage girl tries to figure out what she wants from her somewhat dull life. A man takes a chance on an epic space adventure. Another man struggles with...

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