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By Markeith L. Porter, Irma C. Porter

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Jealousy and betrayal meet in: BLUE ALIBI

When a police officer is shot and killed in the line of duty, the entire town of Princeton, South Carolina, weeps as one – but the townspeople appear to grieve more than his closest friends . Continue reading

By Paul Slutsky

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Against popular opinion, a scientist seeks contact with aliens in: AWAITING THE DOOMSDAY

A scientist must decide the best interests of humanity while on a mission to make contact with a mysterious extraterrestrial craft. Continue reading

By Courtney Taylor

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Saint Wally

After a man commits suicide, he teams up with a cast of familiar characters to save God and all of Creation. Continue reading

By Marcus Lambert

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Ralph Pincus

RALPH PINCUS introduces a unique lead character to the literary scene – an average Jewish thirty-something who teams up with a sorcerer and vampire to vanquish evil. Continue reading

By Aidan Riley

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Ray Ryan

Aiden Riley’s RAY RYAN is a coming-of-age novel for a lad from Nottingham, England, working through a turbulent past and encountering a lot of obstacles in life. The narrative is very colloquially British, meaning, among other things, you occasionally get weirdly inverted sentence orders, i.e. “She came over, smiling she was.” Continue reading

By RF Husnik

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The Same Tapes

THE SAME TAPES is a fantasy about time travel with visits to Heaven and Hell thrown in for good measure. It is the story of Joseph Same, a man struggling with his own demons when he is chosen by angelic Seraphim for this journey. Continue reading

By Jeff Conine

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Last Autumn

LAST AUTUMN reveals Jake and Linda struggling with their feelings for one. They were married for a stretch, and the story jumps around in time to depict their first meeting, the breaking up of their relationship, and their ultimate connection to one another. Beyond that, however, nothing really occurs except for their many arguments and conversations set against the lovely backdrop of the Pacific Northwest. Continue reading

By Jack Felson

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Charlie’s Trips

An All-American boy finds himself in another time and a strange land, and suddenly in possession of strange powers.
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By Cherise Kelly

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How I Got Him to Marry Me: 50 True Stories

Beginning in the 1990s, it became difficult for women to get rings on their fingers. Author Cherise Kelly decided to investigate online, asking a series of questions and paying for exclusive rights to these tales. Continue reading

By Dr. Joe Ferry

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Connected: Mob Stories From My Past

A novel of episodes of memory from the son of a New York gangster. Continue reading

By Bryn Hammond

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Amgalant One: The Old Ideal

This book is about Temujin, commonly known as Genghis Khan in the Western world. Continue reading

By Massimo Marino

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Daimones

A post-apocalyptic story with primarily personal dimensions, exploring how a family deals with being very nearly the last family on Earth, and their reckoning with forces more powerful than any they could have reckoned. Continue reading

By Robert Richardson

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Magic in the Moonlight

A disjointed tale of a love triangle in which all three participants have no realistic reasons for their actions. Continue reading

By A. Jarrell Hayes

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Detecting Magic with Dick Hunter: The Mort des Hommes Files

A Seattle private eye is searching for a missing husband, only to witness his gruesome murder at the hands of an unearthly beast named Mort des Hommes. Continue reading

By J.J. Ritonya

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Sunset

the story of three different men in three different cities, dealing with the end of civilization. Most of the Earth’s population is killed and two days later the dead have disappeared. Continue reading