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A Midsummer Madness

by John M. Murray

"A Midsummer Madness" is a compelling and heartfelt baseball dramedy that doubles as a tribute to Shakespeare. Guy Franks’s "A Midsummer Madness" adapts Shakespearean themes to tell an engaging ensemble story about love, life, and... Read More

Book Review

Chance for Rain

by Delia Stanley

"Chance for Rain" is an emotional, realistic romance novel that brings a new and empowered perspective to the genre. Tricia Downing’s heartwarming, authentic romance "Chance for Rain" is related through the uncommon lens of a woman in... Read More

Book Review

Venom Flight

by John M. Murray

"Venom Flight" is an adventure story filled with violence, sex, romance, and humor. Alan E. Sutton’s powerful adventure story, "Venom Flight", trades between thrilling elements and wish-fulfilling world travels. Vietnam veteran John... Read More

Book Review

Atlas of Men

by Delia Stanley

Well-rounded and dramatic, "Atlas of Men" dives into deep and controversial subjects. David Sklar’s compelling novel "Atlas of Men" is based on real-life events, and is filled with surprises and complex relationship dynamics. Robert... Read More

Book Review

The Hope Fault

by Jeremiah Rood

Tracy Farr’s carefully crafted literary novel "The Hope Fault" explores what family means when it’s placed beside the weight of history. The story is set in the fictitious Australian town of Cassetown, Geologue Bay, where Iris and... Read More

Book Review

Divorce, Dog Style

by Meg Nola

At the center of Maria Flook’s "Divorce, Dog Style" is a hapless, loyal, and beloved German shepherd named Butter, who has been diagnosed with cancer and will soon be put to sleep. Butter’s impending demise brings together the... Read More

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Panic Years

by Claire Foster

Daniel DiFranco’s intimate novel "Panic Years" follows a twelve-week tour of everywhere-but-nowhere, through tiny clubs, on filthy stages, and across long stretches of highway. Life as a gigging musician is rough. Twenty-eight-year-old... Read More

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