100 Years of Brotherly Love

Posted on: April 21st, 2012 by Linda Rae Blair
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction No Comments
100 YRS OF BROTHERHOOD

It didn’t begin that morning when Trick’s mother found them standing in her kitchen, one with his daddy’s big knife in his hand, all 3 with bloody hands. It wouldn’t end, even when her panic over their blood oath faded. It had begun nearly 100 years earlier. It would last their lifetimes and beyond, this brotherhood of theirs. Trick Raines … Continue reading

A Cowboy Christmas An American Tale

Posted on: December 5th, 2012 by Tom Van Dyke
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
A Cowboy Christmas An American Tale

    “A Cowboy Christmas” is a tale of yesterday when the western frontier was just across the river, the Mighty Mississippi — the United States of America was mending from the Civil War. Pioneers, immigrants, soldiers and speculators, traveled west to the land of the setting sun in search of a fresh start, fortune — and gold! Just over … Continue reading

American Dream

Posted on: April 8th, 2014 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction No Comments
American Dream

By J.J. Brown.   In American Dream, a young artist with depression faces eviction from his one-room, city apartment. He unexpectedly finds himself in line to inherit a family castle. The reclusive artist works to escape the long shadow of his dying mother, with the help of his psychotherapist. While illustrating his first animation film and overcoming depression, the artist … Continue reading

Autumn in Carthage

Posted on: May 27th, 2014 by Kayte M
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction, Supernatural
Autumn in Carthage

The nether side of passion is madness. Nathan Price is a college professor with crippling impairments, seeking escape from his prison of necessity. One day, in a package of seventeenth-century documents from Salem Village, he stumbles across a letter by his best friend, Jamie, who had disappeared six months before. The document is dated 1692—the height of the Witch Trials. … Continue reading

Bed: Stories

Posted on: March 26th, 2014 by Kayte M
Assigned categories: Active Movers and Shakers, Literary Fiction, Movers and Shakers
Bed: Stories

By Tao Lin.   College students, recent graduates, and their parents work at Denny’s, volunteer at a public library in suburban Florida, attend satanic ska/punk concerts, eat Chinese food with the homeless of New York City, and go to the same Japanese restaurant in Manhattan three times in two sleepless days, all while yearning constantly for love, a better kind … Continue reading

Broken Birdie Chirpin

Posted on: March 13th, 2014 by Adam G. Tarsitano
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction, Movers and Shakers No Comments
Broken Birdie Chirpin [Kindle Edition]

    Broken Birdie Chirpin tells the story of a watershed year in the life of a gifted, but mostly maladjusted, teenage rock n’ roller. He embarks on a journey from mysterious loner through the upper echelons of the London music scene in search of his rock n’ roll fantasy. The story opens at St. Thomas’ School for Blighters, where … Continue reading

Butterfly Weeds

Posted on: January 4th, 2013 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
Butterfly Weeds

    “I carry it with me, in my heart everywhere I go. …The characters and the little town it is set in, felt like home to me and still do.” ~Elise, Review on “Butterfly Weeds.” In Laura Miller’s novel, Julia Lang expected a nice night away from the office-free of thoughts about the case, her failed engagement, her past. But … Continue reading

Eastbound Sailing

Posted on: August 24th, 2012 by Todd Foley
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
Eastbound Sailing

  Meet Aiden Lawrence. He needs your help, but he doesn’t know it. He needs companionship, but he doesn’t want to be your friend. He doesn’t know how to like himself, and he can’t expose the truth of his past. You’ll want to help him. Be patient with him. He’s trying. Even if it pushes him to the brink of … Continue reading

Guernsey: Rachel’s Story

Posted on: September 17th, 2013 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
Guernsey: Rachel's Story

    ‘Guernsey – Rachel’s Story’ draws together ‘Rachel’s Shoe’ and sequel ‘The Causeway’ into a single volume. Nestled in the bay of St Malo, the Channel Islands claim the unique, if unenviable distinction of being the only part of Britain to have been occupied by a foreign power in hundreds of years. Life in the islands during the five … Continue reading

Hoax

Posted on: January 21st, 2013 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
Hoax

    She’s spent a long time in a bubble. In an odd turn of events, Corinne is taken out of boarding school and plunged into high school where bullies reign and nice guys come in last. But this is after she’s already fallen in love with Abel over the summer. Abel is trapped, with friends he secretly hates, but … Continue reading

Hope: A Novel

Posted on: March 12th, 2012 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
Hope: A Novel

  As a nurse hands Christina Borysowki her newborn daughter, joy? lls the new mother’s heart. With wonder, she lovingly admires the baby she has named Hope. Her body tingles with excitement and fear. Hours later, Hope’s eyes finally open to reveal spectacular turquoise irises. At that moment, she has no idea that months later, the sparkle and life will … Continue reading

I’m Will

Posted on: July 23rd, 2014 by William Haylon
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
I'm Will [Kindle Edition]

In his parents’ minds, Will was an underachiever. So they decided he should go to an expensive private high school that they couldn’t really afford. They assumed smaller classes and an ostentatious campus would help him overcome his enduring indifference to growing up. Will watched as his father wrote some great essays for his applications. Still he only got into … Continue reading

Lone Wolf

Posted on: March 6th, 2012 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction No Comments
Lone Wolf

  In the wild, when a wolf knows its time is over, when it knows it is of no more use to its pack, it may sometimes choose to slip away. Dying apart from its family, it stays proud and true to its nature. Humans aren’t so lucky. Luke Warren has spent his life researching wolves. He has written about … Continue reading

Motives: Everybody’s Got One

Posted on: February 7th, 2013 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
Motives: Everybody's Got One

      Who said the hood only bred hustlers and thieves? Get ready to meet a woman who proves that myth entirely wrong… Christian Taylor is a bright young woman from one Jersey’s most dealiest ‘hoods. After enduring nothing but pain and heartache for the last several years, things start to look up once she graduates high school. But … Continue reading

Nomance

Posted on: November 16th, 2012 by Trevor Price
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
Nomance

    When ROMANCE sticks in your throat like a CACTUS, you need NOMANCE!!!! Carla the florist is surrounded by the duplicitous and the craven – and that’s just her flowers. The human beings are infinitely worse, especially the men. There’s Gwynne, her oafish and cold-hearted brother, Gerald, the suave and sophisticated doctor whose hidden agenda is unspeakable, and finally … Continue reading

NOW – Being & Becoming

Posted on: September 10th, 2012 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction, Suspense
NOW - Being & Becoming

  We are where our attention is. We are aware of being hot or cold, hungry or thirsty, sleepy or wide awake, tired or rested, sad or happy, and so on… We seem to be the sum total of our emotions blended by the input of our senses. What happens when our sensory input is cut off? Well—at night we … Continue reading

On Little Wings

Posted on: April 14th, 2012 by Regina Sirois
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction No Comments
On Little Wings

Jennifer must do the impossible – bring her mother home. When a family is torn apart by death, two sisters take violently divergent paths and the story of their family appears to end terribly and abruptly. Two decades later Jennifer never dreams that the photo she finds stuck between the pages of a neglected book will tear open a gaping … Continue reading

Prime Asset (The Complete Novel)

Posted on: May 17th, 2013 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
Prime Asset (The Complete Novel)

  An old enemy resurfaces… An employee kidnapped… A new weapon created… Cal Stokes’s good friend, Neil Patel, has disappeared. Following the trail to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Stokes and his men must find the culprit and rescue their colleague before it’s too late. The only problem is that the enemy lies in wait, hoping for a final showdown. With an … Continue reading

Scaling Tall Timber

Posted on: October 11th, 2013 by Dave Folsolm
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction No Comments
Scaling Tall Timber

Recently injured in a vehicular crash that killed his girlfriend, a young forester is assigned to a new job in a remote area of northwestern Montana. He is befriended by an alcoholic logging truck driver, whose efforts to move both into recovery helped in no small way by two women who guide them. Centered on the western logging industry, the … Continue reading

The Dark Lake

Posted on: June 5th, 2012 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction, Suspense No Comments
The Dark Lake

  Something is wrong with Jane. She is stuck in the past. She goes to therapy. She goes to AA. She tries to find a job, and eventually, to avoid jail time, she goes to Anger Management. Then they start dragging her car from the lake. “Why,” she wonders, “after all this time, why are they pulling her car from … Continue reading

Tollesbury Time Forever (FRUGALITY – Book 1)

Posted on: August 1st, 2013 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
Tollesbury Time Forever (FRUGALITY - Book 1)

    “This book will change your life…” - Indie eBook Review “You will never be anything less than enthralled by this novel.” - The Kindle Book Review “With a resounding message driven by the 60s ideals of peace, love and hope, there is plenty to enjoy for a huge range of readers.” - Urchin Press Other reviewers have proclaimed Tollesbury Time Forever … Continue reading

UNA

Posted on: September 11th, 2013 by David M.
Assigned categories: Adventure, Literary Fiction
UNA

  Una’s pampered, insignificant life revolves around her husband, a retired film director. When he is suddenly framed by the Nazis, she and her spoiled twelve-year-old granddaughter must flee to the woods. Stripped of everything that had formed her identity, Una is forced to start her life all over again in a tremendous and often brutal struggle for survival. Through … Continue reading

Water is Many: 50 Poems

Posted on: January 20th, 2013 by Amy Michelle Mosier
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
Water is Many: 50 Poems

    A collection of old-fashioned poetry. Sonnets, villanelles and triolets but mostly free verse poems. Slant-rhymed.  

Whatever Happened to the Boy

Posted on: May 16th, 2012 by Kathleen Patel
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction No Comments
Whatever Happened to the Boy

‘Whatever Happened To The Boy’ is the first in ‘The Boy and The Girl’ saga. This is an action packed, coming of age with the main characters Ryan & Shari going through the drama filled journey of their young lives. In the search for love and happiness, they surround themselves with damaged souls. As they chase their own demons, they … Continue reading

When I Found You

Posted on: March 19th, 2012 by David M.
Assigned categories: Literary Fiction
When I Found You

  WHEN I FOUND YOU is a wrenching story about the risks, sacrifices, and faith necessary to accomplish something larger than yourself–raise a child, save someone’s life, and follow your dreams, even in the face of crushing setbacks and staggering odds. When Nathan McCann finds, and saves, a newborn baby abandoned in the woods, he asks the baby’s grandmother to … Continue reading