Literary Fiction

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THE OLD WORLD DIES

A collection of individuals- an artist, two elderly ladies, a taxi driver and his beautiful Mexican wife - find their lives intersecting in a Paris ringed by rioting, crime-ridden social collapse.
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CAVEMAN AT THE END OF THE WORLD

Ella's life is turned upside down by a mysterious caveman whose unspeaking presence somehow alters everything she has always assumed to be true about her life.
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THE LONG ROAD

Drawing from his own life experiences with mental illness, author Daniel B. Oliver obliterates the stigmatization surrounding mental health issues in an honest account of one man’s battle with deciphering reality from menacing thoughts while inspiring hope for other sufferers in THE LONG ROAD.
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THE FAT LADY’S LOW, SAD SONG

An aging baseball player, who is magic at bat, helps a female pitcher on his independent minor league team achieve greatness as both strive for major league attention.
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A SHOT OF MALARIA

The struggle to overcome a heroin addiction and alcoholism is brutal in A SHOT OF MALARIA.
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SEEKING FATHER KHALIQ

Set during the Arab Spring and encompassing aspects of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity, SEEKING FATHER KHALIQ is an allegorical novel about an Egyptian philosophy professor’s search for truth.
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TINY TIM AND THE GHOST OF EBENEZER SCROOGE

TINY TIM AND THE GHOST OF EBENEZER SCROOGE: THE SEQUEL TO A CHRISTMAS CAROL is a story envisioning the life of Tiny Tim and the Cratchit family fourteen years after Ebenezer Scrooge’s memorable Christmas Eve visitations.
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THURSDAY’S CHILD

A brilliant young attorney has landed a world-changing assignment that’s bound to make her a partner at a prestigious Manhattan law firm. She’s also met the man of her dreams, a tough-yet-tender poet who unleashes her most wanton womanly desires. 
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THE LOVE FOOL

A transplanted PR rep navigates a new city and old feelings as a past relationship catches up with him in Rome.
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CONTINENTAL DRIFT

A man’s philosophical search for freedom through the ‘60s counter culture to Reagan’s morning in America.
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THE BIOGRAPHIES OF ORDINARY PEOPLE: Volume 1: 1989–2000

In THE BIOGRAPHIES OF ORDINARY PEOPLE, writer Nicole Dieker ponders, in a fluid, methodical, and episodic prose, the ramifications of “ordinary” lives.
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THE BUILDING

THE BUILDING centers on a construction project gone awry as America’s savings and loan crisis begins in the mid-1980s. It’s also a dark love story about poisonous jealousy and bad choices.
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THE BEASTS OF ELECTRA DRIVE

Maverick video game designer Jaymi Peek is under attack by his previous employer, the mainstream game company Bang Dead Games.
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THE OLD WORLD DIES

A collection of individuals- an artist, two elderly ladies, a taxi driver and his beautiful Mexican wife - find their lives intersecting in a Paris ringed by rioting, crime-ridden social collapse.
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M’S CELEBRITY

A dark and tangled web of fame, philosophy, and obsession in M’S CELEBRITY.
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THE DOG THIEF AND OTHER STORIES

THE DOG THIEF AND OTHER STORIES is an insightful exploration of ways in which people rescue animals and animals reward their rescuers.
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ORCASEKAI (Memoirs of a Lost Universe)

The final installment in the series of a mind-bending trilogy that seeks to not just redefine our experience of life and time but also what existence means by undoing and reassembling the concept of reality itself.
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TRUE GRANDEUR: A HOLLYWOOD NOVEL

An arrogant young man gets a powerful lesson in art, truth, beauty, and humility from a wild relationship with a young Hollywood socialite in TRUE GRANDEUR: A HOLLYWOOD NOVEL.
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THE LANGUAGE OF BEARS

When Adam Green was a child, his parents woke up one night and walked into the bear-ridden forest, never to return.
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UTOPAI

Characters aiming to better understand society and existence debate philosophical ideologies in UTOPAI.
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DREAMING OF FROZEN YEARS: The Story of Anna Natasha Lee

Debut author Aaron McCool paints a familiar picture of the juvenile dramas of college life in “Dreaming of Frozen Years,” but also the dark side of debauchery.