Illustrated Short Fiction of William H. Coles: 2000-2016

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By William H. Coles

I stood in awe of the amazing writing skills of William H. Coles in Illustrated Short Fiction of William H. Coles: 2000-2016. This collection of short stories will not leave you with that fuzzy feeling of happy endings, but you will view humanity in times...

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Indivisible

By Julia Camp

Indivisible by Julia Camp is a serious book. You know a book is serious when there’s a suicide on page two and when tears are streaming down your cheeks on page three. Charlie and his best friend Wes enlisted together in the war in Afghanistan....

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In This Land of Plenty

By Mary Smathers

In This Land of Plenty by Mary Smathers introduces the reader to Nicole Sinclair. A woman who finds DNA documents that show a history far different than the Northern European background her father always said they had. With the help of her great-grandmother, she dives...

It Doesn't Have To Be That Way

By Mary Rowen

“My one goal,” Molly Dolan sums up, “is to find a guy ... who really loves me.” Molly is an ordinary young New England woman in the early 2010s—smart, nice-looking, thoughtful, and exquisitely human, yet ordinary. This novel is an in-depth look into the everyday...

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In the Realm of Ash and Sorrow

By Kenneth W Harmon

Kenneth W. Harmon's historical fiction novel, In the Realm of Ash and Sorrow, is set in Japan, 1945. Micah Lund, a bombardier, falls to his death as his B-29 breaks up over Hiroshima. He knows he is dead, but his spirit is alive. On another...

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It Happened in Tuscany

By Gail Mencini

It Happened In Tuscany is a dramatic work of women’s fiction penned by author Gail Mencini. Accessible to all readers due to its clever and delicate approach to adult themes, this charming and intriguing story focuses on interpersonal drama, the after-effects of war and the...

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I Eat Men Like Air

By Alice Berman

I Eat Men Like Air is a dramatic, ensemble cast murder mystery novel penned by author Alice Berman. Sharply modern and intense in its interpersonal relationships, the story follows seven twenty-somethings on a disastrous path that leads one of them to a gruesome death. Unpicking...

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In the Age of Buoyancy

A Novella
By Inga Eissmann Buccella

In the Age of Buoyancy is a part historical and part contemporary novella penned by author Inga Eissmann Buccella. Set in the year 2015 and also at the very end of the nineteenth century, this immersive story tells two separate tales which slowly come together...

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Invitation to Poetry

By Mihai Brinas

Mihai Brinas’ Invitation to Poetry is a heartfelt, inviting and accessible collection of personal poetic reflections on the many phases and faces of the human heart. Poetry, for Brinas, is the only true reflection of the human experience and the only true record of our...

Inspired

By Laura A Luszczek

Inspired by Laura A Luszczek is the story of Conner, a talented young artist on the path to stardom. Painting is his unique gift and he has honed it so that it has become an extension of his personality. His reputation has grown over the...

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