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  • That Kid From California

    by L.F. Nielsen
    Based on Some Adventures of the Author In the Summer of '78... I really do wonder how I let Leon talk me into doing this kind of nonsense. — C'mon, Vinny. It'll be fun, he said. Right, that I'm not so sure about. But here I am, kneeling in the shadow of a concrete snowshed, waiting for an eastbound freight we're 'catching'... Spanning two different years, three seasons, and five states in North America, this coming-of-age road adventure follows young Vinny, as his mother urges him to ... more
  • Through the Eyes of Blue

    by Catherine Matsalla
    Ellie and Blue have been running their entire lives. An internationally recognized ultraendurance athlete, Ellie has competed in the world's most difficult races, with her faithful canine companion, Blue, never far from her side. Beyond running, they've navigated life's most daunting challenges. But locked behind Blue's soulful eyes is a secret—a secret that will change their lives forever. A timeless story exploring the depths of love, loyalty, and perseverance between Ellie and her dog, Bl... more
  • The Blacksmith

    by James P. Barber

    Carl, a German immigrant, comes of age in the early years of the 20th century. While Carl develops his talents as a blacksmith, his expertise is weighed against alcoholism. Looming over his weakness for drink is the Nazi Duquense Spy Ring targeting Carl to obtain plans for a secret project under development for the impending war. Embroiled in a situation which makes him appear to be a Nazi spy, Carl is placed in grave danger while his past comes flashing back to him.

  • Las Palomitas: The Little Doves

    by Laura Valenti
    An out-of-place American is discovering that a fishing hamlet in El Salvador just might be his own slice of paradise. But, the simplicity and beauty of village life is just one thread of a beautifully woven story of a people, a place, and a time in Las Palomitas: The Little Doves by Laura S. Valenti [October 5, 2021, 2Nimble]. The complicated machinations of government and high society in Central America in 1980 provide an intricate backdrop for this story inspired by true events both in the au... more
  • Mindfulness and Me

    by Tiffany Thompson
    Mindfulness and Me is a story about grief, loss, resilience, and finding gratitude. Katora is an elementary student who has experienced some difficult situations in her life. After losing her mother and stepdad to COVID19, she struggles but finds peace and gratitude through her school counselor Mrs. Truth's mindfulness moments. Mindfulness and Me is a story of connecting to self and finding reasons to be happy despite negative situations. It teaches students how to overcome, push through hard ti... more
  • What Would Elvis Think? Mississippi Stories

    by Johnny Lowe
    From the Foreword: [A]ny discussion of southern writing will eventually lead to Mississippi—the state that has more published authors per capita than any other. . . . Why not, then, create an anthology of stories specifically about Mississippi? Such is the book you now hold in your hand—a collection of tales that are all set here in Elvis Country. . . . Some of these Mississippians might remind you of folks you know—and others are people you might never want to meet face to face. What they hav... more
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    by James Faranadise

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  • Children of Violence

    by Luke Gherardi
    The book is about kids that grow up around violent adults and how that shapes their lives. There’s Gracie, Robbie, Cole, and Reeves. Gracie’s life in the Suburbs is perfect from the outside, but her dad is an abusive drunk that moonlights as a hitman for the mafia. Robbie lives in a project in the inner city, his mother is a prostitute, his mother’s boyfriend is a drug dealing pimp. Robbie is set on getting enough cash to get him and his little brother out of the hood, and where he gets that mon... more
  • Saved as a Painting

    by Tali Geva

    In 1889, a Jewish girl attends the opening of an exhibition in a new art gallery in Budapest. A young artist named Gábor Pahl notices her, and his stare makes her flee. Eighteen years later she visits the National Salon of 1907 in Budapest to see Gábor Pahl’s paintings, accompanied by her two daughters. This time the painter fixes his gaze on her elder daughter, Kata. Those two encounters – and one painting – are at the foundation of this novel, the story of Ka... more

  • The Birthday Picture: and Other Stories

    by Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum

    The Birthday Picture and Other Stories is a collection of genre-bending short fiction written by Alaskan author Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum and published by Red Sweater Press.

    These stories are the results of an imagination at work over a span of 10 years, from 2010 to 2020. They will take you from Iceland to Italy, the Midwest to New England, the present day to the 1920s, and more times and places in between. They are dark, sad, strange, and sometimes humorous. Themes range from mental and ph... more

  • Consequences

    by Nicole Evelina
    Famous for her hospitality, Venerable Catherine McAuley only ever turned away one woman who came to her for help, and that decision haunted her for the rest of her life. This is that servant’s story. Dublin – 1824. When a fellow maid is forced to temporarily vacate her position under scandalous circumstances, Margaret finds herself in an elevated position under the watchful eye of their master, the infamous Lord Montague. He believes in total obedience from those in his employ and when she... more
  • Enemy Patriots

    by Rodger Carlyle
    His family imprisoned on a visit to Japan, Mark Ishihara is ordered to the family fish processing plant across the bay from America’s only military base in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. With the planned bombing of Pearl Harbor only months away, his job is to spy for Japan, as they prepare to seize American territory. Mark’s blood brother, U.S. Army pilot Chad Gritt is sent to the same island as part of a secret American intelligence group. The two men are forever tied by a terrible accident that k... more
  • Candy, Sweet & Sour

    by Bobbi Faulkner
  • When the Tamarind Tree Blooms

    by Elaine Russell
    Genevieve (Vivi) Dubois, a half-Lao/half-French métisse, turns eighteen and leaves the French orphanage where she has lived for fourteen unhappy years. (The colonial government forced many native mothers in Indochina to give up their mixed race children after the French fathers abandoned them and returned to France. The system tried to keep the children’s origins hidden from them.) Vivi is determined to discover the story of her parents. She finds herself immersed in the deeply divided world of ... more
  • Foreign Teachers

    by Sam Wade
    Westerners Andy Dutton and Danny Cole teach English at Luxury Gardens International School in China. Despite being unqualified as teachers, they earn relatively high salaries, and enjoy lives of privilege and indulgence, traveling Southeast Asia, drinking excessively and visiting brothels. Meanwhile, the school principal, Peter Li, is busy trying to build the school into one with an elite global reputation. His plan involves getting the school accredited by the International Diploma Organizat... more
  • The Wall Plug Boys

    by Peter Sandor