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Rattling Bones: Gathering Light

by theaatkinson

Rattling Bones is a collection of short stories with a dark edge. Meant for the chicklit reader who likes her fiction a little dark in places, it has a distinct literary flavor. The ideal reader doesn't mind...

The Tragedy of Macbeth, Part II: The Seed of Banquo

by Noah Lukeman

Ambition, intrigue, betrayal, murder. In 1610 The Tragedy of Macbeth was first performed . . . now 400 years later, the sequel. Ten years dead, Macbeth may lie in an uneasy grave, but the three witches who led...

Raisinheart

by Tom Lichtenberg

Three stories of a lonely youth. Jimmy Kruzel's bad luck is that his worst enemies are always his best friends, or is it the other way around, and that sometimes his darkest hours seem to come right after the...

No One Can Know

by Adrienne LaCava

Weary of Cold War politics, CIA operative Gabriel Haines can't wait to leave the Company life for a job on his friend's isolated Texas ranch. All he needs to do is go to Dallas and seal the deal. But when President...

Sybill Trelawney & the Unexpected Gift (Harry Potter for grown-ups)

by Squibstress

"You can't use your Gift, it uses you," Professor Dorsett tells Sybill, and over the years she finds out how lonely a Seer's life can be. But when she turns to drink to help her manage it, she finds help from...

The Teen Rebels, Episode 2

by Jacquel Chrissy May

Episode 2: "Even Worse" Josie Tremlett-Kahn and her uncle, Rajasthan Kalbrunner, get into a heated argument regarding Rajasthan's treatment of Josie's cousin, Trixie, while she, Seth, and Moira continue their...

Retribution

by Mike Ramon

A novelette. Paul’s daughter is taken when he leaves her alone for a few minutes at the park. He thinks he saw the man who took her, but not everybody believes his story. Ten years later Paul crosses paths...

The Book of Kings and Queens

by Robert Earle

Brilliant but paranoid, Herod the Great does not kill Antipas, his natural son by Malthace the Samaritan, or Jesus, his illegitimate son by Mary of Bethlehem. But these are among the few family members who escape...

Close to Nowhere

by Tom Lichtenberg

A haunted desk, a case of mistaken identity and ominous threats from mysterious strangers can be seriously annoying when all you want is to get your job done and go home to your family. Sometimes you just have...

Enchanting Cold Blood

by Petya Lehmann

If you were born in 1560 in Ireland, what would you have witnessed if you were to live for 80 years? This book is the first of the second series of historical novels of very fine quality - two novels in every...

Missy Tonight

by Tom Lichtenberg

These days it seems like everyone is cashing in on the New Atheism craze, except for lifelong unbeliever Alan Musted. What’s a portable toilet dispatcher to do? Crash the party, that’s what! Join Alan and...

The Snowman Maker

by Barbara Briggs Ward

Over the years, Ben and Ellie never had a problem communicating. So when Ben seems distant, Ellie's confused. Her instinct tells her it has something to do with the contents of an old cardboard box his father...

American Paranoid Restaurant

by Caleb Hildenbrandt

A meditation on identity, consumption, and pareidolia. Ninety-five percent true by semi-exact count. Contains the word “boudoir” twice, “polaroid” and “french fries” six times apiece, and “ejecta”...

The Singing Loch

by Michael Graeme

Scott Matthews, a disillusioned city worker, finds himself drawn into a bizarre corporate conspiracy. From the ruthless greed of '80's London, to the austere beauty of Western Scotland, Scott begins to unravel...

Semmant

by Vadim Babenko

"This is the most unique book I have read in a very long time" Readers' Favorite A brilliant scientist creates a brilliant robot. Working together, they beat the stock market. But which one will survive the...

Acts of Faith

by Clive Gilson

Ferdinand and Isabella failed in their attempt to defeat the Moors. The European Renaissance never happened. The Ottomans were not stopped at the gates of Vienna. Imagine a world turned upside down. Northern...

Improper Love Poems about Fruits

by Sarah E Melville

The anima of the garden. Forgotten, broken creatures, abundant flora, looming predators, wizards made of smoking glass, desire arching every back. Includes the poetry and prose: tuberculosis gardens the wizard...

Seeds of Plenty

by Jennifer Juo

Sylvia Soong, a young Chinese woman, finds herself in a rusty-tin roof town of West Africa, where the jungle meets the savannah and spirits cavort in baobab trees. In 1972, she marries Winston Soong, an aid...

10 Blocks Down

by J. Marshall

Ronnie is an elderly man dealing with the hardships of diabetes, weakening eyes, and worst of all dementia. He is not a person that stands out to most, and that's just the way he wants it. Because when it comes...

The Girl in the Trees

by Tom Lichtenberg

Twelve year old Miranda Amelia Harden has lived all her life on her grandfather's ranch in the mountains. All she wants is to stay there, but the rest of the world can't seem to leave her alone. She has only...