When Will Papa Get Home?

A Story of Hope
By Larada Horner-Miller

A childhood home is a place that remains deep in our memories for our entire life time. There are other things, little things, that spark a memory, like a blue marble lying in the dirt where it was once thrown away in anger, and later...

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Window Spit

By Alan David Pritchard

Window Spit is a collection of forty-one brilliant poems by Alan David Pritchard. Arranged in two sections, Looking Out and Looking In, the first deals with a broad range of contemporary subjects which will be familiar to most of us. The poem ‘Window Spit’, along...

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Words Never Spoken

A Book of Spoken Word
By Cheryl Denise Bannerman

My initial reaction on reading several of the poems in Words Never Spoken, by Cheryl Denise Bannerman, was: “Wow. What pain. What honesty.” Set forth in seven parts, following the subject’s life struggles, the book invites readers to consider a series of questions at the...

World-Mart

Volume 1
By Leigh M. Lane

World-Mart (Volume 1) by Leigh M. Lane takes place in a not so distant future - and some aspects are not even that far fetched. George and his family have to face some serious issues after his wife ends up in hospital after a suspected...

Winfale Park

By Dr Dell Brand

As the saying goes, family is everything. In the right type of family setting, you will experience love, patience, closeness, and a helping hand. Winfale Park by Dr Dell Brand is about the Hapless family in Warilla. Warilla is a suburb of the city of...

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Waves

By José Ramón Torres

José Ramón Torres’ fictional work, Waves, captures a historical period when life in Cuba was extremely difficult, resulting in mass migration from the country. The novel begins in Havana in the early 1980s. Angel Ribot is the main protagonist, as he, family members and close...

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Will There Be Watermelons on Mars?

By Debbie Manber Kupfer

Will There Be Watermelons on Mars? is a short story written by Debbie Manber Kupfer. Susie wakes with a hangover beside her very noisy cat, Cici. Earth was supposed to come to an end but it hadn’t. It takes a while for it to sink...

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Walking Home via the Appalachian Trail

By Michael Herrick

Walking Home via the Appalachian Trail is a contemporary fiction novel written by Michael Herrick. Walt was beginning this phase of his Appalachian Trail experience from Harper’s Ferry. He was in his late forties, and his wife and daughters were adamant in their opposition to...

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Waiting in the Wings

Flying Solo Series Volume 3
By Jeanette Vaughan

Waiting in the Wings (Flying Solo Series) (Volume 3) by Jeanette Vaughan is the last book in the trilogy, and is a book that will emotionally connect very well with readers. Jana Charbonnet is an adopted child and she is always haunted by the thought...

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White is the Coldest Colour

A dark psychological suspense thriller
By John Nicholl

White is the Coldest Colour by John Nicholl is a dark psychological novel that is realistic and disturbing at the same time. The novel starts with a sadistic pedophilic scene in the sound-proof cellar of a psychiatrist named Dr. David Galbraith. To all outward appearances,...

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