The Swines

Anecdotes Of A Piggly Family
By H. M. So

The Swines: Anecdotes of a Piggly Family by H.M. So can best be described as an eclectic read. On the surface, it seems like a harmless tale for children, but as you read on, you will realize that it is more than that. Describing the...

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The Speed of Clouds

By Miriam Seidel

Miriam Seidel invites readers to join Mindy Vogel in The Speed of Clouds in her quest to overcome her personal and physical obstacles. A wheelchair user living with her mother, Mindy is a SkyLog diehard fan who is relieved of her position as the ‘Commander’...

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The Way of Glory

By Patricia Boomsma

The Way of Glory is a work of historical fiction penned by author Patricia Boomsma. Set during the latter European crusades of the twelfth century, we meet our central character Cate when she is in her teenage years. Accompanying her family on a crusade which...

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True to Herself

By Barbara M Webb

True To Herself is a work of women’s fiction written by author Barbara M Webb. In this trans-continental story of drama, romance and self discovery, our heroine is Moira Capaldi. A self assured woman who has had enough of her husband Guido’s outlandish behaviour, Moira...

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Trust

By Daines L Reed

Discover the path to true friendship and financial independence in Trust by Daines L. Reed. Ruth Gentry may live with her husband, but she has lived in a suspended state of separation since her grown daughter was young. Now a grandmother to a teen and...

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The Stendhal Summer

By Laurie Levy

The central character in Laurie Levy’s The Stendhal Summer, Alison Miller, carries a lot of baggage on her trip to Europe. She struggles to wrangle her luggage on and off trains, in and out of taxis and hotels, up and down stairs. Alison, 54, is...

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Take the Late Train

By Jack Messenger

Take the Late Train by Jack Messenger is a novel based on the life of Stephen Ketley, a professor whose marriage begins to fray at the seams on his tenth wedding anniversary. Problems with his wife's infidelity is only one of a number of issues...

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Tesla's Muse

A Fictional Love Story
By Patricia Otto

People come from all walks of life. Some live very differently than others. In a time when the world was younger, Nikola Tesla grew up educated with great ideas to create and better the world. Meanwhile, a simple gypsy girl named Julia grew up with...

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The Resurrectionist

By Ben Adams

John Abernathy is still coming to terms with the revelation that he’s part alien, descended from a Sagittarian woman who traveled to Earth with an advance group of colonists. He’s also still struggling to understand his newfound Sagittarian abilities, which include shape shifting and fast...

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The Prodigy

A Gifted Boy, His Family and Religion
By Joseph Riden

The Prodigy: A Gifted Boy, His Family and Religion by Joseph Riden portrays a young boy in the second grade who is wise beyond his years, intellectually gifted. Jordy firmly believes in kindness and attempts to adhere to it but is the victim of some...

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