Jenna Takes The Fall

A Novel
By A. R. Taylor

On the opening page of Jenna Takes The Fall by A R Taylor, we first meet her in the inner sanctum of her boss’s office, staring down at his dead body. Did she kill him? No, but she’s asked to pretend he died of a...

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Just a Typo

The Cancellation of Celebrity Mo Riverlake
By John Bennardo

Just a Typo: The Cancellation of Celebrity Mo Riverlake by John Bennardo is a satirical novel that homes in on the effects of cancel culture in real life. The book begins with Mo Riverlake bunkered in his home from the mob that has protested outside...

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Jesus the Time Traveller

By Roberta-Leigh Boud

The title of Roberta-Leigh Boud’s novel, Jesus the Time Traveller, must, of course, be taken tongue in cheek. We must gear ourselves for something iconoclastic, even comic. What I didn’t expect was something nearing an epic poem. The prose is almost poetry—exquisite writing, hard-hitting imagery,...

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Jane the Quene

Book One of the Seymour Saga trilogy
By Janet Wertman

In Janet Wertman's Jane The Quene: Book One of the Seymour Saga trilogy, we are introduced to one of King Henry VIII’s wives that we hear about less often. She was probably the favorite of Henry’s wives but, unfortunately, she died shortly after the birth...

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Jordan

By Victoria Landis

Victoria Landis has written a wonderful story about the titular character Jordan, who is discovered to have special powers seldom seen in humans. The book relates her reemergence into the world after having been missing for three years. Her limited memories of the past complicate...

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Just Enough Words

An Assortment of Laconic Stories and Essays
By George Francis Reid

In his newest book, Just Enough Words: An Assortment of Laconic Stories and Essays, George Francis Reid gives readers plenty to think about. The warm humanism coupled with an unadulterated point of view of the world make for rare and socially engaging writing. An unusual...

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Jasper Spring

By James T Hughes

A heartwarming, beautifully and simply told story, Jasper Spring by James T Hughes is as beguiling as it is inspiring, a story that captures the simple joys of a simple family. Meet Alice and Tucker, the stewards of Jasper Spring, whose only dream is to...

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Just Like Ziggy

By Julie Oleszek

Seventeen-year-old Anna is the ninth child in a family of ten brothers and sisters. Just Like Ziggy by Julie Oleszek starts with Anna being discharged from the psychiatric ward of the fifth floor of Advocate Hospital. Anna is still not able to talk about her...

Junction

By Cody Schlegel

Junction by Cody Schlegel is about a drug dealer, Nick Harmen, who lives in a small town in Iowa named Junction. He supports himself transporting marijuana, but when a fellow drug runner turns up dead in the snow, his life changes in ways he could...

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Jingle Belle

Pure Amore: Sweet Romance, Pure Enjoyment
By Delia Latham

Jingle Belle - Pure Amore: Sweet Romance, Pure Enjoyment by Delia Latham is a delightful Christmas tale set in Oklahoma. Talented jingle writer Belle Knowles has a reputation for being the best jingle writer in the country, but when she takes on a dangerously handsome...