Fiction - Social Issues

Hard Choices

By Lakshmi Karra

Hard Choices: Three Short Stories by Lakshmi Karra is an inspiring collection of three beautifully crafted stories, involving strong characters of Indian origin faced with difficult relationship choices, stories that invite readers to think about the traditions and customs against which the characters evolve. In...

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Sam's Theory

By Sarah Mendivel

Sam's Theory by Sarah Mendivel is a tale of domestic child abuse, trauma, healing, and empowerment, a story of fifteen-year-old Sam who is given away to a foster home by parents who don’t seem ready for her and her sister, and she gets horribly abused...

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Mabel of the Anzacs

A Multi-generational Friendship For The Ages
By Mary D. Brooks

Mabel of the Anzacs: A Multi-generational Friendship For The Ages by Mary D. Brooks is a fiction story of the relationship and friendship between two women from different generations. Mabel of the Anzacs takes us through many decades and many different time periods through the...

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Two Days at the Asylum

By Frederick S. Walborn

Two Days at the Asylum: Inspired by True Events is a powerful narrative by clinical psychologist Frederick S. Walborn that explores the perils of asylum politics, a narrative that reflects the author’s wide experience in dealing with severely and chronically mentally ill patients. The story...

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Dancing Near The Edge

A psychological thriller with an edge
By Rose D. Franklyn

Could you imagine your wife or husband suggesting, out of the blue, that the two of you should have an “open relationship”, enjoying sexual flings with no guilt and only 3 conditions, one of which is not to discuss your current hookup? That’s what Julia...

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The Graveyard of Forgotten Dreams

By K.C. Greer

Josephine, or Jo, will do anything for her sister, Isobel, and anything is what she is doing by meeting with a mesmerist. The Graveyard of Forgotten Dreams is set in the late 1800s. Jo and her sister have survived the Orphan Trains, but that is...

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Completion

By Andréa Fehsenfeld

Meet Damien. On the surface, he’s a quiet, clever accountant. Beneath that cover, he’s still a messed up kid trying to come to grips with a past he doesn’t want to face, and from which his only relief is setting fires. When he sets off...

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A Hundred Fires in Cuba

By John Thorndike

A Hundred Fires in Cuba by John Thorndike is the fictional story of Clare Miller, an American photographer married to a wealthy Cuban business tycoon in Havana, a man she'd settled for after a whirlwind affair with the prominent and revered revolutionary Camilo Cienfuegos left...

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Survivors' Dawn

A Heroic Story of Three College Women's Fight for Justice
By Ashley Warren

Survivors' Dawn: A Heroic Story of Three College Women's Fight for Justice by Ashley Warren is the fictional tale of three young women at the same university - Lauren, Brooke, and Nikki - who have all fallen victim to the same sexual predator, Colin Jordan....

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Diary of Margery Blake

By P J Roscoe

If you’re a modern woman reading Diary of Margery Blake by PJ Roscoe, don’t be surprised if you cringe at what you read in Margery’s diary. Even though this is fiction, it’s based on historical facts, especially on society’s attitudes towards females in the 19th...

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