Fiction - Literary

What the River Wants

By Arthur Byrd

What the River Wants by Arthur Byrd is a gripping Southern fiction novel that features family, love, loyalty, solitude, and the subtle ways the past has its grip on us. The past is not always gone; it lives in our memory and, at times, it...

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Never Summer

By Tim Blaine

Never Summer by Tim Blaine is an adventure mixed with elements of self-discovery, the search for meaning, and the hidden importance of mortality. Vlad D’Agostino has lived the best days of his life in Japan. Now diagnosed with tuberculosis in its terminal phase and barely...

The Young Centurion

By Cramer Louis Jackson

The Young Centurion by Cramer Louis Jackson is a literary fiction novel that takes place in ancient Rome. This is a book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of adults and young adults who enjoy historical fiction. Rome’s population is quickly growing and,...

Mock My Words

By Chandra Shekhar

Chandra Shekhar’s first novel, Mock My Words, follows the life of David Tan, a critically acclaimed novelist with an odd speech impediment and a failing marriage. Although David writes beautifully, he struggles to speak coherent English. His wife, Laura, a dynamic and sometimes stern woman...

Eye of a Needle

And Other Stories
By Cornelia Fick

Eye of a Needle: And Other Stories by Cornelia Fick is a gorgeous collection of short and long stories, each suffused with unique literary elements to entertain readers. The author captures the reality of South Africa in vivid detail, in a voice that is clear...

God Quit

By Anthony Cabrera

God Quit by Anthony Cabrera is a unique story that first caught my attention because of the title. And I asked myself the question as I downloaded the book: What happens when God quits. I wasn’t disappointed when I started reading. In a story set...

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The Confessions of Socrates

By R. L. Prendergast

The Confessions of Socrates are daily articles written by Socrates while being held in his prison cell, awaiting the day of his execution. This new novel by R.L. Prendergast tells how his family and friends have arranged for him to receive food, along with quill...


By Ryan Uytdewilligen

“The only two things John knew for certain were that he’d graduate next year in the spring of 1962, and that his senior year would be his best if all went according to plan.” Oklahoman John Ashmore also knew without reservation that owning the ’47...

The Kurdish Bike

A Novel
By Alesa Lightbourne

Books having to do with the Middle East always interest me, and especially those set in Iraq. This is a region that the author says is “older than the flood.” It is a land that has been ruled at one time or another by the...

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The Struggle of a People. The Triumph of the Heart.
By Aleksandra Layland

Ansgar: The Struggle of a People, The Triumph of the Heart is complete in itself, and a worthy Part I of The Windflower Saga trilogy by Aleksandra Layland. The greater part of the story centres on the life of Ansgar, a duke of the royal...