A Ball at Longbourn

A 'Pride and Prejudice' Variation Vignette
By Margaret Lynette Sharp

Margaret Lynette Sharp’s A Ball at Longbourn opens with Mrs. Bennet pitching the idea of throwing a ball to her husband by making it sound like it was his idea. He, like any doting father or husband, relented and allowed the women to throw a...

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A System of the Chaotic Mind

A Collection of Short Stories
By Katie M Marshall

In A System of the Chaotic Mind by Katie M Marshall, throughout life, every person has to go through personal highs and lows to learn important lessons. Some more than others have to face experiences that make them draw on their strengths and overcome severe...

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A Forlorn Hope

The Fitzgeralds of Dublin Book 4
By Lorna Peel

A Forlorn Hope by Lorna Peel is the fourth book in The Fitzgeralds of Dublin historical family saga. We continue on our journey following the lives of Will and his wife, Isobel, encountering a few more trials and tribulations, this time involving Will’s parents, including...

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Among Kings

The Amazing Adventures of the Congo's African American Livingstone and the Courageous People who Toppled King Leopold II
By Joey O'Connor

Among Kings: The Amazing Adventures of the Congo's African American Livingstone and the Courageous People who Toppled King Leopold II by Joey O’Connor tells the story of one man’s courage as he becomes the voice of a voiceless and enslaved people, of the greed of...

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Among the Dead

For a helpless, autistic child, it was inevitable. For the prime suspect, a choice. For ADA Alex Greco, a calling. Alex Greco ADA Series, Book 1
By Roger Canaff

Roger Canaff's novel Among the Dead is a crime, mystery, and legal thriller set in NY (Alex Greco ADA Series, Book 1). Hector Ruiz, an 11-year-old profoundly autistic child, is found murdered in the bathtub in his home in the Bronx. Alex Greco has been...

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After the Calendar

By Meg Heaven

After the Calendar by Meg Heaven is a very much tongue-in-cheek look at what is clearly seen by women as a serious problem. For the past nine years, three respectable, middle-aged women have taken on the annual role of fundraisers for their local community hospice,...

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An Unacceptable Christmas

By Bruce Edwards

In An Unacceptable Christmas by Bruce Edwards, Holly is a 16-year-old girl living in a world where Santa Claus has been outlawed. No one can write a letter to him, no one may sing “Here Comes Santa Claus” or similar songs, and his image cannot...

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A Smidge of Crazy

More Quirky Essays for Quirky People
By Barbara Venkataraman

A Smidge of Crazy is a potpourri of observations, comments, and general reflections on topics ranging from cake decorating to political activism. Author Barbara Venkataraman has stepped outside herself and observed the quirks, foibles, and everyday life that are all too familiar. No topic is...

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And the Fires We Talked About

Stories
By James Ross Kelly

And The Fires We Talked About by James Ross Kelly is an anthology of 35 stories of varying lengths. The tales are set mainly in and around the town of Medford, Oregon and the California hills, though some stray much further afield to North Africa...

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A Million Little Lies

By Bette Lee Crosby

A Million Little Lies by Bette Lee Crosby is a story of lies, pain, and redemption. Suzanna lost her mother when she was 10 and that was when the lies started. Small white lies, fibs, grew into more and now, with a daughter of her...

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