Kalayla By Jeannie Nicholas

Race, sexuality, abuse, love and forgiveness are interwoven as characters in Kalayla reveal themselves. We meet three families, one Irish, one Italian and one black, confronting the legacy of the past within the context of life in 1999 Cambridge, MA. Kalayla—a feisty bi-racial 11 year old loner whose world implodes when she discovers her parentsContinue reading “Kalayla By Jeannie Nicholas”

Her Perfect Life By Hank Phillippi Ryan

Everyone knows Lily Atwood—and that may be her biggest problem. The beloved television reporter has it all—fame, fortune, Emmys, an adorable seven-year-old daughter, and the hashtag her loving fans created: #PerfectLily. To keep it, all she has to do is protect one life-changing secret: her own. Lily has an anonymous source who feeds her storyContinue reading “Her Perfect Life By Hank Phillippi Ryan”

The Stone Circle By Marvin Carlson

My old interest in all things political is reflected in Otto’s passage from boy to man. How many fifteen year olds in today’s affluence and entitlement culture could find the independent strength of a character not only to survive but thrive in extreme adversity? It’s a question our society must face as we confront aContinue reading “The Stone Circle By Marvin Carlson”

First Among Nations By Ira Mosen

Zar was raised in an ultra-Orthodox neighborhood in Jerusalem. But he breaks away from this insular world to pursue his dream of playing soccer professionally. Egel, a kibbutznik, and Haiji, a Muslim, are young Israelis from very different backgrounds who share with Zar a passion for soccer. Their destinies intertwine as they become teammates onContinue reading “First Among Nations By Ira Mosen”

“Clear!” By Herman J. Williams, MD

Herman Williams was on the verge of living his ultimate dream of becoming an orthopedic surgeon to elite athletes—when his life took a shocking detour. “Herman!” Screamed his beautiful fiancé, Jeannie, as he lay lifeless on a gymnasium floor. How could a healthy 31 – year – old collapse during an afternoon basketball game withContinue reading ““Clear!” By Herman J. Williams, MD”

Blind Vision By Nina Blakeman

If Hollywood wanted to entrance movie goers with small-town America, the ticket holder could rest assured that the hamlet would model such a place as Sperling, Texas. Just shy of twelve-thousand people, it possess a charm of a by-gone era. The fact that bubbly Callie hails from such a Rockwellesque burg is a surprise toContinue reading “Blind Vision By Nina Blakeman”

Hollywood to the Himalayas

By Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati A Journey Of Healing And Transformation As a Standfor grad, in the midst of getting a PhD in psychology, Sadhvi Saraswati was comfortable with her life. Despite years of grappling with an eating disorder and trauma from her early childhood, she felt as if she was successfuly navigating her way throughContinue reading “Hollywood to the Himalayas”

Mrs. Saville By Ted Morrissey

Synopsis: Margaret Saville’s husband has been away on business for weeks and has stopped replying to her letters. Her brother, Robert Walton, has suddenly returned after three years at sea, having barely survived his exploratory voyage to the northern pole. She still grieves the death of her youngest chid as she does her best toContinue reading “Mrs. Saville By Ted Morrissey”

The Reality of The Phantasm World

The Reality of The Phantasm World By Madelaine Chaproll Synopsis: Although she hadn’t encountered it before, Margot recognized love straight away. She was able to sense its infiniteness even through the confused fog in her mind. But the more she tried to find protection in love, the more her longed for lover distanced himself fromContinue reading “The Reality of The Phantasm World”

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