Murcheson County

By Rodney Page

Murcheson County by Rodney Page takes the reader back to the dark days of America’s South when the frontier hinterlands of Georgia were first being opened up for settlement and farming, all on the backs of the Negro slaves. Maureen Salter is reflecting back on...

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Martin Legacy

Martin Generations Volume 2
By Abigayle Claire

Martin Legacy is the second book in the Martin Generations by Abigayle Claire, a novel with strong Christian themes that explores a family as it evolves through challenges. Once a single and struggling mother, Gemma begins to find solace and stability in her life when...

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More Than Halfway There

By David Hartshorn

More Than Halfway There is a work of fiction focused on small-town drama and character-led story arcs, and was penned by author David Hartshorn. The central drama is based around Jake Taylor, who abandons a successful law practice to return to Jackson Meadows, New Hampshire,...

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More Than A Rogue

The Crawfords Book 2
By Sophie Barnes

More Than A Rogue is a work of Regency styled romantic drama penned by author Sophie Barnes, and it forms the second novel in The Crawfords series. This novel can be read as a standalone romance story, but it also contains and continues the storyline...

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My Father's Legacies

By Fleming J. Allen

My Father's Legacies by Fleming J. Allen is a biographical fiction novel, narrated in the first person by the subject's own allegorical son, Zachary Craig. Inspired by the author's own father's unfinished memoir, Zach, a former Army Ranger and war veteran, weaves us through a...

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Magnolias Don't Bloom in September

A Young Yankee Teacher is Swept into the Cultural Clashes of Integration in Mississippi
By Carol Lynn Luck

After a year of teaching well-behaved, intelligent students in New York, Kenda Kirkenbaum takes a chance and accepts a job in West Belfield, Mississippi, certain that the only thing different is the location. Unfortunately, Kenda has no idea of social politics in the Deep South....

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Mother Blues

By Owen Thomas

Mother Blues by Owen Thomas is a novel with emotional depth. Set against the backdrop of turbulence, as Hurricane Harvey submerges Houston in misery, Davis Payne lives with inner chaos that has threatened his life over the years. A man plagued by tragedy, he has...

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Mariposa Intersections

By Bruno Huber

Mariposa Intersections by Bruno Huber is the story of two people who came from different walks of life but destiny brought them together. Rafael and Gabriela were young when they first met, so it was inevitable that they drew apart. Years later, Gabriela is now...

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My Memory Told Me a Secret

By Jeremy C Bradley-Silverio Donato

My Memory Told Me a Secret is a work of social issues-based fiction focusing on LGBTQ themes and was penned by author Jeremy C Bradley-Silverio Donato. Written for adults due to its sometimes explicit language and some sexual references, this harrowing interpersonal drama begins when...

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Marco & Iarlaith

A Novel in Flash Fictions
By Eckhard Gerdes

Eckhard Gerdes’ Marco & Iarlaith: A Novel in Flash Fictions tells of a father and son, who live on a riverbank, watching while time and the river go by. Both have a low self-esteem issue with the father, Iarlaith, having a part-time job in a...

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