Fiction - Realistic

Generations Intertwine

The Rest of the Story
By Joyce K. Walters

Generations Intertwine: The Rest of the Story by Joyce K. Walters is a hard-hitting and emotional story of how one man’s indifference and casual callousness toward his relationship can affect not just those in the immediate vicinity, but can in fact create generational angst and...

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Geronimo Must Die

By J. R. Lindermuth

Geronimo Must Die by J.R. Lindermuth opens with a bang, literally. When a sniper takes a shot at Geronimo as he stands outside his wickiup, Mickey Free, the half-Apache/half Irish Scout is there and saves his life again. As before, Geronimo doesn’t express gratitude, but...

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Garfield Flats

By Veronica Horton

Debbie and Mia just moved into a new place at Garfield Flats. Slowly getting used to life in their new flat, they expected it to be normal, even a bit boring. Nevertheless, surprises await them around every corner, helping the two girls embark on interesting...

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Girlfriending

A Collection of Stories
By Christopher T. Werkman

Girlfriending by Christopher T. Werkman is a lovely collection of intriguing short stories. I have never read a collection with so many diverse settings, characters and situations. Each story, whether one page long or several, transports you into its universe effortlessly. I was hooked from...

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Gifts Unexpected

By T.C. Grant

“Relax, Adela, it’s probably nothing,” is what she told herself that morning. The little lump hiding on the side of Adela's left breast had not been there only weeks ago. At least she was not aware of it. And her last mammogram had been normal....

Grains of Truth

Bonds of friendship cannot be broken
By Elizabeth Ferry-Perata

I really enjoyed reading Grains of Truth by Elizabeth Ferry-Perata. The story is about friendship and always being there for each other. It is also about accepting things that you cannot change in life. This is one book that I will not soon forget. Grains...

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Grannie Panties Are UnderRated

By Gayle Erickson

This captivating novel, Grannie Panties Are UnderRated by Gayle Erickson, begins with the prologue taking place in Tokyo in 1994. The main character, 24-year-old Elle, has been living in Tokyo for two years. She has a boyfriend, Tak, and she knows she is in big...

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Genna's Fight

Will She Be Able To Discover Her True Self & Get Her Son Back In Time?
By Sheldon D. Newton

Genna's Fight: Will She Be Able to Discover Her True Self & Get Her Son Back In Time? by Sheldon D. Newton begins in a way so that the reader can’t help but keep reading. The hook is very powerful: “I am divorcing you Genna....

Growing Up Poor In A Frank Lloyd Wright Home

DNA
By Stanley G Buford

Growing Up Poor In A Frank Lloyd Wright Home by Stanley G. Buford is a young adult book that follows a family of five (four children and their mom). One day, one of the children gets hit by a car, and the mother is worried...

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God, Grace, Dumb Luck

By Phloyd Knucklez

God, Grace and Dumb Luck by Phloyd Knucklez is one of the strangest books I have ever read. It is also one of the best. It's intriguing, puzzling, and although some people may not be able to get past the first chapter, others like...

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