Title: Freedom Doesn’t Grieve Author: Uri Resnick Genre: Science Fiction In Freedom Doesn’t Grieve, it’s the year 2350. Physical interaction has become a rarity, and virtual imagery via immersion technology has taken over. Everyone is beautiful. Everything is perfect, and it’s all because of the Emergence.
Title: An Unexpected Find Author: Hayleigh Sol Genre: Romance Dr. Sophie Grimaldi swore off dating a while ago. She now prefers her romantic stimulation in book form. When picking up a much-awaited release at the local library, Sophie finds a hastily-written love scene penned on a yellow piece of scrap paper stuffed inside… Read More An Unexpected Find – Editorial Review
Title: Joyous Lies Author: Margaret Ann Spence Genre: Women’s Fiction In Joyous Lies, a community of hippies struggle to face the consequences of dodging the draft during the Vietnam War and spending their years embracing free love and free living. Now, decades later, the commune’s efforts to adjust and adapt to the changing… Read More Joyous Lies – Editorial Review
Title: Pivot Points Author: T. R. Connolly Genre: Short Stories, Contemporary Fiction This collection of twelve stories offers readers a fairly broad spectrum of characters and settings, allowing readers to experience places from New York City, St. Joseph, Missouri, Coamo, Puerto Rico, and Recife, Brazil.
Title: The Caretaker Author: Carol Schoenig Genre: Romance The Caretaker by Carol Schoenig tells the story of Phae as she tries to make her own life after an abusive marriage and many years as a single-parent. She decides to go to Spain to work as a caretaker for an estate. There, she meets… Read More The Caretaker – Editorial Review
Title: Red Lips Author: Leonard Di Gregorio Genre: Thriller / Action / Adventure This quick read continues the story of Tom Walker, a sea captain who retired after helping a group of adventurers find buried treasure in the Caribbean. He now only takes charter customers who interest him, which happens to be the… Read More Red Lips – Editorial Review
Title: Asking Smarter Questions: How to Be an Agent of Insight Author: Sam Knowles Genre: Non-Fiction In Asking Smarter Questions: How to Be an Agent of Insight, organizations, innovators, and big-thinkers alike can expect to expand their perspective on this simple, but rarely easy, tactic to develop ideas and create solutions: asking questions.
Title: Cemetery Reflections Author: Jane Hopkins Genre: Non-Fiction/ Art and Photography As human beings, we have learned from a young age to use words to express ourselves. We use words to communicate, to convey our needs and wants, and as an outlet for the complexities of our thoughts and emotions.
Title: The Heralding Author: Ashley McCarthy Genre: Historical Fiction / Horror A small town in rural England is rocked to its very foundation by the greed, malevolence, and evil brought about by the Great Famine of the 14th century. Having just faced a personal tragedy, Matilda struggles to survive in a world that… Read More The Heralding – Editorial Review
Title: Choose: Snakes or Ladders Author: Sally Forest Genre: Literary Fiction This rich, sensually-driven literary novel takes readers back to the 1950s, when women were just starting to enter the work-force alongside men on a more regular basis. The story follows Mitty Bedford, a typist who recently graduated with her certificate and has landed a job… Read More Choose: Snakes or Ladders – Editorial Review