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  • Jacob's Place

    From the series of Abbington Pickets by

    It was the best time in Jacob Hudson’s life. He was about to marry Abigail Rodgers, his best friend and love of his life. Together they would build their dream home and start a family. Jacob’s carpentry business was successful and he was closer than ...


  • Sing To Me David

    by

    What happens when the female descendant of a Black Loyalist slave and the male descendant of an Irish emigrant come together in a maritime nation noted for its racial and religious intolerance? Can ebony and ivory mix? Can a young romance born from ...


  • Goliath: the Giant of Palestine

    Six cubits and a span. by

    Uglier than Hugo’s Hunchback; more terrifying then Shelly’s Frankenstein and yet more affable then Steinbeck’s Lenny Small is Goliath: the Giant of Palestine. Not the renowned Old Testament villain but a child unwittingly manipulated into the rogue ...


  • The Princess of the Emerald Throne & Other Stories

    by

    Deeply troubled by suspicion and jealousy, a young man follows his wife to the enchanting land of a fairy princess: “The Princess of the Emerald Throne”. Then…. A saddler follows a little bird to the magnificent palace of “The Lady of Forty ...


  • Jacob of Abbington Pickets

    by

    Just before the turn of the 20th century, Jacob Hudson grows up on a farm in the Canadian prairies, near the small village of Abbington Pickets. As a child, he witnesses an incident that scars him deeply and leaves him unable to trust or understand ...


  • Maktoub

    by

    “‘One step at a time, one breath, one life … one destiny.’ These were my mother’s famous words. She called them the steps of life.” Zohra grows up believing that her destiny is written in the stars, that Maktoub will guide her step by step towards ...


  • Searching for Papa Luna

    A Modern Day Mystery by

    In this novel, a modern-day music historian, Richard Taylor, stumbles across a clue that may lead to the journals of Pope Benedict XIII (1328-1423), a.k.a. “Papa Luna”, who was one of three popes claiming legitimacy during the troublesome Western ...


  • The Quest

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    The Quest, set in America's Southwest, during 1996 --2001, during Clinton's and Bush's Administrations, is an intriguing and engaging story of an inquisitive, intelligent, but troubled Coloradan Vietnam veteran, who, having been born to an Anglo ...


  • East or West

    A collection of twenty-two eclectic stories by

    East or West is a worldly, eclectic collection of linked short fiction. In these pages are stories that explore themes like the clash of cultures of east and west, the small instances that shape great lives, starting over, and more. A new holy site ...


  • Dutch Fred

    Immigrant by

    Frederick Wilhelm Feldman was born in the town of Bunde, Prussia (modern eastern Germany) in 1827. His desire for freedom and land to own in America tortured him long before he married Wilhelmine and their daughter, Marie Sophie, was ...