Fiction - Social Issues

Mary's Journey Begins

Cramped Quarters Book 2
By Ron Shaw

Mary's Journey Begins (Cramped Quarters Book 2) is a short story by Ron Shaw. It was the dawn of a new century; 1899 was becoming 1900 and the Mother Superior was all set to ensure the children knew this was an event to remember. But...

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Yellow Dog Train
By Raeder Lomax

The story is set against the backdrop of the 1920s, with social upheavals becoming the order of the day and the KKK gathering a wide following, characterized by lynching and mob justice. It’s a time like no other, with Wall Street manipulating to determine who...

Man On the Fence

A tale of family, friends, and four-letter words.
By John R Day Jr

Man On the Fence by John R Day Jr. is a compelling story with great potential to enthrall those who enjoy tales that are realistic, that capture ordinary life in a colorful way, stories with characters that are believable and, of course, memorable. Here is...

Martin Hospitality

Martin Generations Volume 1
By Abigayle Claire

Martin Hospitality is book one in the Martin Generations series by Abigayle Claire, and is a great and inspiring read indeed. Meet eighteen-year-old Gemma Ebworthy, a lonely pregnant woman. She now sleeps in a barn, after being rendered homeless because of her condition, and she...

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Magic O'Clock

A fictional tale of dementia and hope
By Lynne Fellows

Magic O’Clock is a fictional narrative of dementia and hope, written by Lynne Fellows. Although it is difficult to adjust when somebody dies, it is often more difficult to face the day with somebody you love, when you look into their eyes and know that...

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Milk

By MJ Meads

I had mixed feelings about Milk by MJ Meads. The story is about a young teenage girl named Becky. Becky’s mom passes away and she feels ignored by her father. She turns to her mother’s best friend, Mike, for comfort. Mike also happens to be...

Miami Morning

A Leila Payson Novel
By Mary Clark

Life doesn't always turn out the way that we planned, but it does prepare us for each new adventure. In Miami Morning: A Leila Payson Novel by Mary Clark, Leila Payson is also known as “Miss Pacer,” which her friends fondly called her because she...

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Murder

What Difference, At This Point, Does It Make?
By Don Trimble

Murder: What Difference, At This Point, Does It Make? by Don Trimble, author of the phenomenal Hybris, is another compelling story, a murder story that is every bit different from what readers encounter in the mainstream murder genre. Unable to stand the suffering of elders...

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Mrs. Clohiggledy's Clutter

By Geraldine Ryan-Lush

Mrs. Clohiggledy was a stylish older woman who always wore vibrant colored clothing with earrings to match. She could be seen driving a Kia hybrid, but no one except her neighbors knew that she was a hoarder. In Mrs. Clohiggledy’s Clutter: The Story of a...

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My Name is Tookie

By Chariss K. Walker

Since My Name is Tookie by Chariss K. Walker is aimed at young adults, and is a story of early childhood sexual abuse, readers need to be sure they can handle the material presented. While there is no doubt in my mind that there are,...

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