Obadiah Spelter vs. Stephenie Meyer & Her Hepatic Majesty

By Y. T. Whitemansson

Obadiah Spelter vs. Stephanie Meyer & Her Hepatic Majesty is a short story by Y.T. Whitemansson. Francis, a dorky looking doctor, shares an apartment with Obadiah, a misfit who never succeeds at anything he does. Francis dreams that something is biting his neck and wakes...

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One More

By Lance Haynes

Lance Haynes’ One More is a story of one more chance, one more day, one more minute to right the wrongs of the world. Richard Evans is a broken man, a hard working man, trying to overcome life’s burdens. Richard is conducting a geo-chemical...

Once in a Blue Year

By Michael Durkota

Once in a Blue Year is a contemporary fiction novel written by Michael D. Durkota. Dan has been honorably discharged from the Navy and has mixed feelings about the whole thing. He's thrilled to be off the submarine. Each deployment got harder and harder for...

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Open Ticket

By Rebecca Clements

Open Ticket by Rebecca Clements revolves around two friends, Eva McKinley and Roz. Eva has been diagnosed with a terminal illness and she also wants to break free from her unfaithful husband and go to Prague to learn more about her roots. Both the women...

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Once Upon a Mulberry Field

By C. L. Hoang

This wonderful, touching novel, Once Upon a Mulberry Field by C.L. Hoang, follows the memories and experiences of Roger, a widower now living in a senior community home. Although he is significantly older than most protagonists in the fiction book market, Roger is an active...

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Of the Dragonfly

By Audrey Gene

Audrey Gene has dreams turn into reality not only for Evy and Christian, but for you as the reader in Of the Dragonfly. Evangeline feels very lost in her life. It seems almost as though she isn't living the life she is meant to. ...

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Once Upon a Modern Time

By Regina Puckett

Regina Puckett’s Once Upon a Modern Time is a collection of five short stories based on well-known fairy tales. First, the story of Phillip and Rose. I thought the story was sweet, and an innovative take on the fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty. The second...

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Only Four Titles Left

The Racy Revelations of a Countess
By Jainey Bolingbroke,Jane Scott

In Only Four Titles Left - The Racy Revelations of a Countess by Jainey Bolingbroke and Jane Scott, Angela had always felt a special pull towards England from when she was just a little girl, although she was born and raised in New Zealand. Determined...

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On The Brink

A Trio of Genres
By Philip Fitzell

On the Brink: A Trio of Genres by Philip Fitzell contains three stories in different genres about a monk (science fiction), a seamstress (fantasy) and a school teacher (horror). In Chapter and Verse, Brother Clay, a diminutive monk, sits for endless hours alone in front...

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Once Upon a Time, a Sparrow

By Mary Kabrich

Once Upon A Time, a Sparrow by Mary Kabrich is the poignant story of a successful school psychologist who discovers her Grade 3 coat in the bottom of her deceased mother’s hope chest. The coat brings back long buried and disturbing memories of that particular...

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