A Distant Horizon

The Distant Series Book 1
By AnneMarie Brear

A Distant Horizon is a work of fiction in the historical, interpersonal drama, and women’s fiction subgenres. It forms the opening installment of The Distant Series and was penned for the general adult reading audience by author AnneMarie Brear. Set during the intensely difficult Irish...

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A Thing or Two About the Game

By Richard Paik

A Thing or Two About the Game is a sports drama novel written by Richard Paik. Talented biotech scientist Brad, currently unemployed, finds himself in a difficult position when his ex-wife Stephanie calls him seeking his help to coach a softball team of 11 to...

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American Nomads

By N.L. McLaughlin

American Nomads by N.L. McLaughlin is a New Adult novel that focuses on Beth’s coming of age story. Beth craves a life of freedom, travel, and adventure. She wants to be famous online, but her boring life does not allow it. However, the opportunity arises...

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A Sense of Purpose

By Russell Plante

A Sense of Purpose, by Russell Plante, is a cleverly-crafted, thought-provoking story confirming that a purpose exists within every living creature. Told uniquely from the POV of a cat, you will be inspired by these true events. We have a cat who is an orphan,...

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Alone on a Cliff

By Martha Passel

Alone on a Cliff is a work of fiction in the emotional drama subgenre and it serves as the third installment in the Chronicles of MatiLou and PerryAnn. This novella-length work is intended for the adult reading audience and was penned by author Martha Passel....

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Accidental Lives

By Howard Reiss

Accidental Lives by Howard Reiss tells the story of twenty-six-year-old Cole, who has a college degree and a good job in the accounting department of a major corporation. He is paralyzed for life when a ninety-two-year-old driver turned right in front of him without...

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All You Need

By Sheela Word

Sheela Word spins a tale of living without modern technology in her book All You Need. Luisa Morales is taking her daughter to Oregon to stay with her father, Dirk Farone, for the summer. While Teresa “Terry” Morales spends time on the farm, Luisa will...

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A Matchbox Full of Pearls

By Kamille Roach

A Matchbox Full of Pearls by Kamille Roach is a story of courage. Lola Harris has returned to York, Western Australia, to her old foster home to attend her foster mother’s funeral. It doesn’t take long for her to go back in time to the...

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And the Stars Kept Watch

By Peter A Friedrichs

Marriage, loss, and separation are well-defined in Peter A. Friedrichs’ And the Stars Kept Watch. Something precious has been building in the life of an ordinary family, but it all deteriorates after an unexpected tragedy. It becomes the moving personal story of grieving, anger, blame,...

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Angel of Aleppo

A Story of the Armenian Genocide
By Jon Cocks

Angel of Aleppo by Jon Cocks covers the Armenian genocide of 1915 at the hands of Ottoman Turks through the eyes of a young Armenian girl in a harrowing tale of survival against all odds. Sixteen-year-old Anoush dreads her own fate after the unexpected disappearance...

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