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  • Harley's Bootstraps

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    Harley, named after the iconic motorcycle and the youngest of nineteen children, is dying on the vine of neglect. Anxiety wakes her before dawn each day, and she braces herself with coffee and her first smoke of the day, wading through dirty dishes ...


  • Connected

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    Does identity demand a connection to the past? For decades, Birdie didn’t think so. From a beginning filled with death, violence, and sadness, without regret or a single glance back, she moves on to create a happy life of career and children with a ...


  • Beyond the Clear Blue Sky

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    Five year old Susan O’Dey lost both of her parents in a tragic accident and lives with her grandparents, Ernest and Marie, in an idyllic little town known simply as ‘the meadows.’ Her day to day life is happy, but routine: that is until her ...


  • The June Bug Catcher

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    Winner of the Illumination Award and the Independent Publisher Book Award. The June Bug Catcher is a novel about a young woman in search of herself. Emma Drei thought she had a sparkling future awaiting her. Her adoring fiancé seems keen to build ...


  • The Old Violin

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    Alex Blair was a famous violinist in some of the greatest concert halls in the united States and Canada. Suddenly he removed himself from that life and lived almost as a recluse in the rural district of Guysborough County in Nova Scotia. He placed ...


  • Tales From The Millinery Shop

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    Tales From The Millinery Shop is an anthology that relates the experiences of women who work in a shop for the design and creation of women’s hats. The era is 1897 – 1924. The shop is in Schuylerville, New York. Schuylerville is eleven miles east ...


  • Mam and Chase - Forgotten Stories

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    In their nineties and married for sixty-nine years, Mam and Chase have had an incredible life, full of love, laughter, and family, and enjoyed an almost magical bond that has helped get them through all the various tragedies and traumas that have ...


  • The Pink Blanket

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    After a four-month hiatus to Padua, Italy, thirty-seven-year-old Taya Stone arrives home to Chicago, alone and afraid. Alone—because she has left her abusive husband. Afraid—because he has no idea, and she would like to keep it that way until she ...


  • Anna's Place

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    Anna Royer and her daughter Elizabeth are haunted by the raw Wyoming landscape they left behind years before. Their memories of the immensity of sky, the breadth of distance, the demons of weather and spirits of the "Old Ones" conspire to draw them ...


  • The Blackstone Project

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    When an escaped felon turns up at the local hospital with a concussion, the local sheriff’s office believes she is the victim of a violent assault. Unable to remember her past, where she came from or who hurt her, Sarah Blackstone is returned to ...