Tag: literary

Twenty Miles West of Branch, Texas and other stories

Twenty Miles West of Branch, Texas and other stories

| May 11, 2019

From a desert highway in West Texas to the plains of frontier Kansas to an abandoned mine in New Mexico, from a courtroom to a high school girls’ speech contest to a nursing home, from the side yard of a suburban home to a youth revival to the halls of an urban high school, K.C. […]

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The Guru’s Touch: a novel

The Guru’s Touch: a novel

| May 1, 2019

SEMI-FINALIST FOR THE 2018 KINDLE BOOK AWARD FOR LITERARY FICTION A coming of age novel about blind faith, spiritual betrayal, and abuse of power. In the heyday of the New Age movement, after the deaths of both his parents, troubled college dropout Doug Greenbaum seeks the meaning of life at the feet of charismatic Indian […]

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Terror Trip

Terror Trip

| April 21, 2019

“If you have a thing for British Suspense novels, Terror Trip by Delaney Landon is for you. It is a gripping read and you will want to devour the pages to find out what happens to everyone you get to know in the story.”  Self-Publishing Review Gabriel and his two friends clash with Nelson and […]

WATERSHED

WATERSHED

| January 21, 2019

“(O)ne of the most interesting books you’ll read this year,” WATERSHED is a thriller about a pregnant woman, and the two men—one a snake dealer with a sideline in secret messages and a billionaire living under an alias—who pursue her through a near-future America of anti-technology neighborhoods and illegal hospitals, where stockbrokers moonlight as assassins, […]

I Still Remember

I Still Remember

| November 2, 2018

How do you forget someone you’ve loved once? Ji-woo dreams of becoming a writer and is back in college giving it a second shot. But then Weon-gyu, her first love, comes back into her new life. Will she give up on her dreams or will she write them a happy ending?

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No More Blood

No More Blood

| August 6, 2018

Truman Capote has only 3 hours and 45 minutes left to live.Is there time enough for him to create one last epic tale? To warp and twist and colour the Past, so the death knell Present can be accepted… as one small feminine hand reaches for another? Near Garden City, Kansas, a young girl walks […]

The Big Blue Ball: A Memoir

The Big Blue Ball: A Memoir

| December 28, 2017

From the author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller The Kindness of Strangers comes a humorous and deeply revealing memoir about travel, perseverance, and the surprising places we find inspiration. In 1962, when Mike McIntyre’s colorful grandmother becomes the first member of his working-class California family to travel overseas, she returns with a Pan Am […]

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A Book That Ends With Me

A Book That Ends With Me

| December 20, 2017

The world is coming to an end. Predictions are sent to every nation in e-mail messages. But this time, instead of fraud or some misinterpretation of ancient history, the events are coming true. *Revised December 2017* Stan Powers, an average guy in Florida, finds himself living events predicted in the messages, from a picnic on […]

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Hoarfrost

Hoarfrost

| December 7, 2017

“The Mother of Hearts is here.” Plagued with terrifying visions and hounded by wraiths, Frankie Mourning is on the run again. Afraid she will hurt Thomas Dekker, she goes off on her own and does what she does best: killing the killers. But Dekker needs her help. Corpses are washing up onto the Oregon coast, […]

Only The Impassioned

Only The Impassioned

| November 26, 2017

Near the end of World War II, an American soldier in Germany is mortally wounded. In his final moment, he experiences the glory of a beautiful life, if only in his dreams. *Revised November 2017* This is not a war story, despite its setting, but the story of a young person whose life is so […]

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