Dookie

By Jesse Gordon

When author Jesse Gordon warns you at the beginning of this book that "this novel is shit,” you either take it or leave it. Until I read Dookie, I had no idea that Gordon meant it literally. Brothers Kayleb and Noah Padalecki just moved into...

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The Junk Yard Solution

Adventures Among the Boxcars and Other Lost Causes
By Peter Kelton

From time to time I read something that doesn’t seem to fit (for me, at any rate) into any traditional genre classification. Such was the case with The Junk Yard Solution: Adventures Among the Boxcars and Other Lost Causes by Peter Kelton. The story opens...

Reminds Me of My Innocence

Amorous Adventures Among Kissing Cousins
By Peter Kelton

Reminds Me of My Innocence: Amorous Adventures Among Kissing Cousins by Peter Kelton can best be described as absurd at times. The story follows two brothers and their female cousins who come into their lives and make for some pretty adventurous times. I have to...

A Frozen Fate

A Cozy Christmas Short Story
By Grace Geyer

It’s hard getting into the spirit of Christmas when everything around haunts you with sad memories from Christmas past. Travis’s older brother, Brent, was only a young boy when he disappeared on a snowy Christmas. His parents died of grief shortly after and Brent, now...

Mind the Gap

By Louanne Piccolo

Reading is an important means to understanding a language. English is particularly difficult to learn for non-English people. With this in mind, stories written at different levels of difficulty, but still maintaining a compelling plot, interesting settings and characters, and vocabulary tools to assist the...

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The Eclipse Dancer

By Laura Koerber

The Eclipse Dancer by Laura Koerber follows the journey of a thirteen-year-old as she learns of her hidden identity and later as she comes back home after years away from her family. Andy had always known she was different and more than once she was...

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Shattered Moon

When a romantic dream turns into a nightmare
By Renata Lanzoni

Shattered Moon by Renata Lanzoni tells how Maddy accepts an invitation to go with her best friend Cindy to Sri Lanka. Cindy has business to conduct there and Maddy needs a holiday and a break from her home in Oxford. Her son had disappeared, her...

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I, Claudia

A Novel of the Ancient World
By Lin Wilder

I, Claudia: A Novel of the Ancient World by Lin Wilder is one of the fascinating books I have read — wonderful historical references, Christian and mythological underpinnings, with strong considerations of some of the troubling spiritual questions of all time. Born in Delphi and...

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Between Now and Then

By Joan Carringer

Hannah Deane, a sweet ninety-year-old woman sets out on an unexpected journey that touches the lives of everyone she encounters. With companion Jack, her "friend" the angel, Hannah is transported to a place she has never been and set in the midst of people she...

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Augie's War

By John H. Brown

Augustino Lee Cumpton grew up in the coal mining town of Jeweltown, West Virginia, living a life not too different from many of the middle-class families he lived alongside in the late 1960s. He enjoyed summers at Grandpa Salvatore's camp, worked after school at the...

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