Your Father has Something to Tell You

What kind of shadow does a family secret cast over the child?
By Dave Riese

Your Father Has Something to Tell You by Dave Riese is an unusual novel in that it reads much like a memoir, and yet Dave Riese assures us it is fiction. Despite his assurance that it is, in fact, a novel, lovers of great memoirs...

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Young Mother with Red Hair

By M. A. Dunn

Young Mother with Red Hair by M.A. Dunn is a masterpiece. The author set up a writing challenge, which—if completed successfully—could be nothing else but miraculous. The chosen form, however, is daring. The woman with red hair (and freckles) is Jane Smith, an English teacher...

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You Among the Coordinates

By Greg Masters

You Among the Coordinates by Greg Masters makes you smell the smoke and hear the clinking of glasses filled with liquid to fire up the soul. His writing takes you back in time to places of merriment, sadness, and at times careful introspection throughout...

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By V.S. Kemanis

Life is full of snippets, some true, some made up. When life becomes a story, there are many versions, multiple scenarios and tangents. And then there is the clever weaving of fact with fiction and point of view. Author V.S. Kemanis does this expertly, one...

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