Tag: literary fiction

Wide as the Wind

Wide as the Wind

| April 27, 2019

Wide as the Wind is the winner of the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Award for Young Adult Fiction, the 2017 Silver Moonbeam Children’s Book Award for Young Adult Fiction – Historical/Cultural, and the 2018 silver Feathered Quill Award for Teen Fiction. Wide as the Wind was also honored in the 2018 Purple Dragonfly Book […]

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Pushing the River

Pushing the River

| April 14, 2019

Rick Kogan, Chicago Tribune: “A remarkable book. An unbelievable pleasure. Stylish. Packs an emotional punch.” In Pushing the River, Barbara Monier’s third novel, a family crisis erupts when a fifteen-year-old becomes pregnant and decides to keep the baby. Madeline describes her house as an empty shell inhabited by ghosts. She has been living alone for […]

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Hot Agua (The Salt Tales Book 1)

Hot Agua (The Salt Tales Book 1)

| April 2, 2019

Sarita Salt’s innocent blind date with the aristocratic Mexican billionaire, Vicente De la Vega, unexpectedly thrusts her into a glittering world. One of private jets, palaces, and priceless jewels. As well as bodyguards, armored cars, high-tech safe houses—and hired assassins. Sarita finds herself in the middle of a cultural collision set against a backdrop of […]

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Drowning

Drowning

| March 1, 2019

Matthew always knew there was no happy ending to his story. He knows that he’s missing something. It’s clear every time he leaves his Melbourne apartment, searching the city for it. Like most people, he could have it. If he could only figure out what it actually is and give himself to it. Sam and […]

Nineteen Hundred Days

Nineteen Hundred Days

| February 5, 2019

2018 B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree. When twelve-year-old Ben’s parents don’t come home from work one day, he doesn’t know what to think—they’ve shown lack of responsibility before, but nothing like this. His six-year-old sister Lucy is more scared than he is and clings to him for support. Unwittingly fearful of the police and Child Protective Services, […]

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The World We Live: A Poetry Book On Societal Issues

The World We Live: A Poetry Book On Societal Issues

| January 23, 2019

This book focuses on fictional characters that chronicle life experiences that they’ve dealt with through poetry. Each person discusses an experience that has changed and impacted them in ways they never thought of. These people only have names, race or ethnicity is not discussed because the goal is to feel, understand and relate to their […]

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Ruby in the Water

Ruby in the Water

| November 22, 2018

*Click on the Author Profile Page to view a video Trailer.* A musical prodigy’s search for his true identity . . . And the mystery woman who holds the life-saving key. When Peter Arnold, a teen-age musical prodigy, collapses on the biggest night of his career, he receives crippling news and the prognosis is grim. […]

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The Killdeer Connection

The Killdeer Connection

| November 19, 2018

Don’t miss out: Killdeer is on sale for 99 cents for only a limited time. Readers who review Killdeer say they can’t put this book down. If you like “unputdownable”novels, then you’ll love this clean, gripping “mystery-within-a-thriller” full of suspense, secrets–stunning twists and turns–a 2017 Amazon international writing competition winner. Some readers (see the reviews) say it’s just […]

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The Devil’s Chaplain

The Devil’s Chaplain

| November 6, 2018

“A riveting story that hinges on clues so elusive that the tension is exquisite.” – Midwest Book Review Disillusioned with her corporate legal career, attorney Charlotte Ambler volunteers to handle the final appeal of Christopher Ritter, a Florida death row inmate whose execution is imminent. Ritter had been a prominent biologist before being convicted ten […]

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A Hero Dreams

A Hero Dreams

| August 20, 2018

IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award – Popular Fiction (Winner of Silver) National Indie Excellence Awards – New Fiction (Winner) and Visionary Fiction (Finalist) Next Generation Indie Book Awards – First Novel (Finalist) and Inspirational Fiction (Finalist) Devastated by his father’s sudden death, eight-year-old Ricky begins to see things—a ghostly silhouette in his bedroom window, a gruesome […]

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