Fiction - Literary

CITY of NEW$

A Philosophical Journey Continued
By Robert Harrison Woolston

CITY of NEW$ by Robert Harrison Woolston is a profound book which looks at the morals of today's city dwellers and their unending pursuit of material gain above their own morality. We follow Zeph on his four-day vacation to New York City. Zeph has...

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Reconciliation ~Heaven and Earth~

By Diane de Simone

Reconciliation: Heaven and Earth by Diane de Simone is a great blend of sci-fi and intrigue, a story that explores the nuances of quantum physics and takes readers on a rollicking ride that follows one woman’s psychological struggles and belief mutation. Meet seasoned psychologist, Martha...

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American Hill

The Social Hill Series Vol 3
By Jason Hill

Tony has lost his family, and is fleeing probation from another state. He's doing everything he can to fly under the radar, while attempting to peddle his book, hoping, praying to realise his dream of becoming an author and writing his way into a better...

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All the Ways You Can Face the Sky

By Farlo Ben Truman

If you decide to read All the Ways You Can Face the Sky by Farlo Ben Truman -- and you should -- prepare yourself for a very different journey into literary fiction. Truman’s approach might initially confuse you: it will take a while to figure...

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The Free Spirit of Virtue

Sometimes College is a Fight for Survival
By Carlos Aguila

The Free Spirit of Virtue: Sometimes College is a Fight for Survival by Carlos Aguila is a beautiful story that will most certainly resonate with readers who have been to college, an unconventional coming-of-age tale with compelling characters and interesting episodes, and well-written scenes. Meet...

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Naked Monk

A Novel
By Hugo Bernard

One delight of most Buddhist teachings is the stories masters tell to instill a kind of continuous contemplation in their students' minds regarding the practical applications of their teachings. Unique to this most non-religious practice of transcendent spirituality, such stories embellish everyday life with higher...

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Krakow

By Sean Akerman

The prologue to Sean Akerman’s Krakow discloses the novella’s intriguing premise: a character, who may or may not be the author himself, has found in his New York apartment two short journals written by the previous tenants – a young man and woman whose relationship...

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A Different Kind of Lovely

A Novel
By Petra March

A Different Kind of Lovely: A Novel by Petra March is a story that begins with an intriguing line: “Mina Automne danced through the pain until she managed to turn it into pleasure.” And that is an awesome way of introducing a ballerina, a woman...

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My Mostly Happy Life

Autobiography of a Climbing Tree
By Shelly Reuben

Shelly Reuben’s My Mostly Happy Life: Autobiography of a Climbing Tree is the work of great imagination, as inspiring as it is engaging. It’s a story about the life of a community, centered on a park and told by a climbing tree. Sam Swerling is...

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The Cold Light of Dawn

The King's Greatest Enemy #4
By Anna Belfrage

The Cold Light of Dawn by Anna Belfrage is set in the period following the crushing of the rebellion led by Henry of Lancaster in 1329, and a semblance of peace seems to settle on the land. But the young king, Edward III, doesn’t find...

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