Literary Fiction

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THURSDAY’S CHILD

A brilliant young attorney has landed a world-changing assignment that’s bound to make her a partner at a prestigious Manhattan law firm. She’s also met the man of her dreams, a tough-yet-tender poet who unleashes her most wanton womanly desires. 
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THE LOVE FOOL

A transplanted PR rep navigates a new city and old feelings as a past relationship catches up with him in Rome.
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CONTINENTAL DRIFT

A man’s philosophical search for freedom through the ‘60s counter culture to Reagan’s morning in America.
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THE BIOGRAPHIES OF ORDINARY PEOPLE: Volume 1: 1989–2000

In THE BIOGRAPHIES OF ORDINARY PEOPLE, writer Nicole Dieker ponders, in a fluid, methodical, and episodic prose, the ramifications of “ordinary” lives.
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THE BUILDING

THE BUILDING centers on a construction project gone awry as America’s savings and loan crisis begins in the mid-1980s. It’s also a dark love story about poisonous jealousy and bad choices.
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THE BEASTS OF ELECTRA DRIVE

Maverick video game designer Jaymi Peek is under attack by his previous employer, the mainstream game company Bang Dead Games.
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THE OLD WORLD DIES

A collection of individuals- an artist, two elderly ladies, a taxi driver and his beautiful Mexican wife - find their lives intersecting in a Paris ringed by rioting, crime-ridden social collapse.
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M’S CELEBRITY

A dark and tangled web of fame, philosophy, and obsession in M’S CELEBRITY.
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THE DOG THIEF AND OTHER STORIES

THE DOG THIEF AND OTHER STORIES is an insightful exploration of ways in which people rescue animals and animals reward their rescuers.
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ORCASEKAI (Memoirs of a Lost Universe)

The final installment in the series of a mind-bending trilogy that seeks to not just redefine our experience of life and time but also what existence means by undoing and reassembling the concept of reality itself.
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TRUE GRANDEUR: A HOLLYWOOD NOVEL

An arrogant young man gets a powerful lesson in art, truth, beauty, and humility from a wild relationship with a young Hollywood socialite in TRUE GRANDEUR: A HOLLYWOOD NOVEL.
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THE LANGUAGE OF BEARS

When Adam Green was a child, his parents woke up one night and walked into the bear-ridden forest, never to return.
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UTOPAI

Characters aiming to better understand society and existence debate philosophical ideologies in UTOPAI.
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DREAMING OF FROZEN YEARS: The Story of Anna Natasha Lee

Debut author Aaron McCool paints a familiar picture of the juvenile dramas of college life in “Dreaming of Frozen Years,” but also the dark side of debauchery.
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THE PARIS WRITERS CIRCLE

In THE PARIS WRITERS CIRCLE, when a group of troubled expats meet and discuss their writing, they find that their literary skills and their lives are improved by connecting with these unlikely friends.
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ARRANGEMENT IN BLACK AND WHITE

ARRANGEMENT IN BLACK AND WHITE is a portrait of a damaged woman who struggles to shake off her traumatic past and restrictive present to pursue an artistic career.
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FEAST: A GITKSAN STORY

A young man's untimely death is met with ritual and mourning, especially from the cousin who viewed him as a brother and a lifesaver.
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THE LOVE THAT DARE NOT SPEAK ITS NAME

A series of stories about people in various cultures coming out of the closet, and the different reactions they receive from their families, friends, and societies.
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CETAPIENS

CETAPIENS by S. Amaranthine is the second novel of a trilogy dealing with large-scale science fiction and fantasy concepts in a non-linear narrative that encompasses multiple planes of existence.
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THE VENCELLO

THE VENCELLO blends fantasy and science fiction to tell a tale about loss, redemption, and our desire to right past wrongs by defending the future.
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THE QUIETING WEST

THE QUIETING WEST is about ld West cowboy culture fading into the sunset of Far West Hollywood.