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Solo in Salento
SOLO IN SALENTO BEGINS WITH A LIE. Desperate to break out of a life haunted by a wretched past, a loss of faith, toxic relationships, a stressful management career, and a slow sink into domestication, Donna craves time away from everything and everyone, including her loving husband. So she lies, telling everyone she is traveling alone to research a novel she intends to write. While in Otranto, Donna masters the complex recycling system of a country where she doesn’t speak the language. By applying these same trash rules to her own life, she discovers that she can sort, recycle, and discard the personal garbage that has plagued her over a lifetime. The book’s universal themes of personal growth and travel invite you to come along on this transformational journey filled with mysterious sacred places, culinary delights, and the possibility of being kidnapped. Readers seeking personal realization, along with active travelers, courageous wannabe travelers, and armchair travelers, will be drawn into the magic.
by Author Donna Keel Armer
Mistakes by the Lake
Set in Cleveland, Ohio, from its earliest beginnings as a forested frontier to the urban blight of modern times, Mistakes by the Lake is a collection of ten thematically-linked stories spanning the many faces of the city’s history: a motorman navigates his 1920’s back-and-forth trolley until he snaps; a stockyards knocker encounters the Virgin Mary during the 1954 World Series; a wannabe wrestles his unruly mind along the flammable 1960’s Cuyahoga River; in a reinvention of Henry IV, a young man must either stick with his bumbling criminal crew or uncover legit ways to support his mother and transgender Gramps.
by Author Brian Petkash
Trusting the Currents
Trusting the Currents is a multi-award winning, Amazon Bestseller in Inspirational Fiction. Through the narrative of Addie Mae Aubrey, a Southern, African American woman sharing the story of the love, tragedy and magic that transformed her teenage years, the reader is brought into their own story, to be illuminated and transformed. A unique novel that transcends age, gender, religion, culture, and race.
by Author Lynnda Pollio
The Memoir of the Minotaur
The Memoir of the Minotaur is the posthumous confessions of the half-man, half-bull of Crete, as offered to an audience of recently-deceased 21st century fellow souls in Hades’ domain. The book is a satire for readers unafraid of a rollicking good tale involving anatomically complex beings, unforgivable puns, the champion serial killer of all time, scantily-clad Greek maidens and youths, articulate tyrants, and feminist proto-history leavened with theological impertinence.
by Author Tom Shachtman
The Memory of Flight
The Memory of Flight. Marilyn’s quiet, mysterious beauty belies the turmoil inside her head. After her alcoholic husband becomes increasingly violent, she attempts to jump off the bridge in Guntersville, Alabama. She soon escapes with her children to her parent’s farm, where her tiny house becomes both refuge and prison. At six years old, Ginny is afraid of her father and puzzled by her mother’s cold harsh behavior. She seeks comfort in her grandmother’s company and the discovery of her father’s old Brownie camera. As Marilyn’s mental health declines, Ginny becomes increasingly obsessed with photography and the solace it provides her. After high school, Ginny leaves with the belief that she is free from her difficult childhood and is starting her own life only to find she is drawn into a murder that forces her to face and heal the wounds of the past.
by Author Debra Bowling
Alexandra and the Awful, Awkward, No Fun, Truly Bad Dates
Follow Alexandra and her adorable pup in this charming parody/comedic dating horror story all about dating apps, being stood up, and the other joys of dating culture.
Alexandra decides she’s got nothing to lose and sets off on a 30-dates-in30-days adventure. With her trusty French bulldog pup, Lottie, Alex experiences know-it alls and bores to Mama’s boys and no shows and everything else in between. You’ll be laughing along with Alex as she searches for love but ultimately discovers something a lot more meaningful. “Alexandra and the Awful, Awkward, No Fun, Truly Bad Dates” is the perfect gift for anyone who has swiped right, blind dated, or simply been a little lost in love at one point in their life.
by Author Rebekah Manley
John Keys is a trial lawyer and a damn good one. That is until artificial intelligence takes over the criminal justice system and makes him obsolete. Faced with the harsh reality of his new life, he lands himself in prison for good.
Luckily, his old partner finds a way out. All Keys has to do is convince a doctor falsely accused of murder by AI to plead guilty and take a plea pill to avoid a death sentence. But the doctor refuses to accept the deal and demands a trial under the old law: a jury by his human peers.
Catapulted into the heart of the murder trial, Keys uncovers a conspiracy far more heinous than anyone could imagine. Now hunted by Zon, the corporation running the smart city, for the secrets he holds, Keys must expose them before they kill him and everyone he loves.
by Author Robert Kiesling
Claire Conner makes her living telling people how to live their lives. She’s a very successful Atlanta life coach when all of a sudden her world is upended by two hits of financial fraud, one against her home. Husband Willie, who’s already been acting suspicious, demands she leave their home, and she flees to the North Georgia mountains where her mysterious mother has a rental–a single-wide on a high cliff on the Alabama side of Lookout Mountain and she has a lead for a possible job. She gets into the Irish-Italian immigrant story of her family and after several shocking revelations comes to term with who she is, especially in her relationship with Willie.
by Author Estelle Ford-Williamson
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