Fiction - Social Issues

Noémie's Journey

By Victoria Saccenti

When Richard Winters points his Harley away from New York and heads south, looking for peace and a release from the memories of a devastating love affair, he wants nothing more than solitude and an opportunity to find himself again. The small town of Summitville...

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Neurosis

A Novel
By Anthony Carinhas

Neurosis by Anthony Carinhas is a riveting story about the great love affair between Christian Wall, a lawyer, and Gregory Collins, a high school student. They first meet while shopping and Gregory, being the more assertive one, asks for Christian’s number. A love story is...

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Nathan's Fortune

By Yitzchak Goldman

What would you do if you discovered someone had put $10,000 in your bank account? For Nathan Perelman, this was not good luck, but a mystery that he had to solve. Against his wife Marta’s wishes, he asks the bank and police to help him...

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News Comes to Pemberley

By Margaret Lynette Sharp

News Comes to Pemberley by Margaret Sharp is the tenth short story in the Longbourn series of Jane Austin Fan Fiction pieces. We find a small gathering at Pemberley comprising Elizabeth and Darcy, and Georgiana and her husband, Edward. The momentous news is actually several...

Night Music

A Novel
By Deanna Lynn Sletten

Deanna Lynn Sletten’s Night Music is a story of hearts divided. Joseph Russo is a soldier in Vietnam. He becomes pen pals with a girl named Charlotte. Char writes to Joe about Grand Falls, her small hometown in Illinois. Joe clings to those letters, they...

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November Third

Gatekeepers of Democracy Volume 2
By Bill Lewers

November Third is the second volume in the Gatekeepers of Democracy series by Bill Lewers, a story revolving around election drama and featuring a strong conflict. The story follows Carl Marsden, who joins the team of county “rovers,” the group responsible for testing voting machines...

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Next Therapist Please

By Laurie Finkelstein

Next Therapist Please is a semi-autobiographical romantic comedy written by Laurie Finkelstein. Janie Weiss was thrilled with how well her paintings had been received. Her agent, Angie, was getting her work exposure in art galleries where her use of color and innovative mixed media was...

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The Story of Becoming
By Mandhla Mgijima

I don’t believe in race the way the term is used in popular culture. There is only the human species. Race, as we know it, is a cultural construct we use because man is primarily a visual creature. We have created this construct and now...

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Nowhere Girl

By Charles Davis

What happens to a baby that is orphaned at birth? With no family to take care of the infant, where does she go? Nowhere Girl by Charles Davis is a moving urban novel. As a two-pound, drug addicted, orphaned baby, Neena's life started with pain...

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Nonno the Wine Maker

By Phil Scrima

Nonno the Wine Maker is a novella written by Phil Scrima. After Antonio invites Natalia to sample some of his grandfather’s wine in Rutherford, the two make their way to test some exquisite varieties that Nonno has made. When they arrive at Nonno’s Vineyard, Natalia...

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