Fiction - Literary

The Passion of Marta

By Caren Umbarger

The violin is one of the finest ever made. Its sensuous curves and glossy shine make it an irresistible work of art. It was created in Nuremberg, Germany in 1782 by the very talented luthier (violin-maker), Leopold Wilhelm. It is smaller than other violins, but...

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Schooled

Based on one lawyer’s true-life successes, failures, frustrations, and heartbreaks while teaching in the New York City public school system
By Matthew Rockwood

Schooled is a contemporary fiction novel written by Matthew Rockwood. James Hartman eventually achieved his dream of becoming a corporate lawyer at a prestigious law firm, but even as he gamely struggled through that first grueling year of law school, he wondered if he had...

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A Grain of Truth a Pinch of Salt

By C V Williams

From Australian author C.V. Williams comes an enchanting eclectic collection of short stories titled A Grain of Truth a Pinch of Salt. This compilation brings together tales of familial struggles, love, protection, exploration, health, and aging. And, under her sure hand, each theme is daubed...

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Every Mother's Fear

Shocking story about motherhood in the 1950s
By Joanna Warrington

Every action has a consequence and nowhere is this more obvious than in Every Mother’s Fear, Joanna Warrington’s riveting work of historical fiction. London, 1959. Nineteen-year-old Sandy Lambert has big dreams of a modeling career and a trip to Canada. With a body to die...

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Zo

By Murray Pura

Murray Pura’s Zo is captivating in its poetic-like narration. Every word on every page has a reason and a place. It is part of a series, and continues to have the same impactful, resonating quality that Murray Pura’s work is known for. In Zo we...

A Stitch in Time

Six Thought-provoking Stories About Time & Reality
By Senan Gil Senan

A Stitch in Time: Six Thought-provoking Stories About Time & Reality comprises tales of various lengths and styles, but always capturing moments in time that are special to one or more people. Or perhaps not capturing it, for is your “now” mine? The first story,...

Love of Finished Years

By Gregory Erich Phillips

In 1909, Elsa Schuller was sixteen years old, living in the Lower East Side of New York City with her German immigrant family. Four years previously, her parents, Tobias and Nina, her older sister, Sonja, and baby brother, Anton, crossed the ocean to find a...

Amy, The Story Of A Coram Foundling

By Angie Northey

Amy: The History Of A Coram Foundling is written by Angie Northey. Amy began life as an orphan in the Coram Foundling Hospital, where she received very little love, but was given a lot of rules and regulations to follow. Amy always tried her...

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Prospect Hill

By Jason Hill

Prospect Hill by Jason Hill is the sequel to Social Hill and a delightful romp that follows the life of Tony. Told in a mesmerizing, unique, and humorous tone, this novel is, in the narrator’s own words, a “tale of a king with a titled...

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The Still Sad Music

By Shawn Merritt

The Still Sad Music by Shawn Merritt is a sometimes melancholic, but always interesting journey through the coming of age of a troubled young man. Jeffrey is an awkward adolescent, just coming to terms with his feelings and emotions, when both his parents are killed...