Literary Fiction

Review: Jagged Edge of the Sky by Paula Marie Coomer

The Big One was a phrase folks in Western Australia used regularly. It had been years since a good, restorative rain. Every half century or so, heaven uncorked its barrels, as Merl liked to put it. When that happened, Deadhorse Creek and Gillagong Slough became a roaring, killing monster, swallowing man, beast, and hearth, rearranging… Read more Review: Jagged Edge of the Sky by Paula Marie Coomer

The House on Seventh Street by Karen Vorbeck Williams

About the Book Winna returns to her Colorado hometown to settle her father’s estate and sell his last residence, the grand Edwardian house built by her grandfather. She shares childhood memories with her married daughter as they clean and sort through both trash and treasure. Winna hopes to reconcile with her disinherited sister Chloe, and… Read more The House on Seventh Street by Karen Vorbeck Williams

What Was Mine by Helen Klein Ross

During Baby Bingo, one of the guests en route to the bathroom mistakenly opened the door to the nursery and soon the entire party was gathered at its threshold, faces agog, silent, and I saw myself as they did: a woman stocking up for a baby I’d never have. For the first time, I realized,… Read more What Was Mine by Helen Klein Ross

Cover Reveal: Juliana by Vanda

   By- Vanda Genre- LGBT/Literary Fiction/Historical Expected Publication Date-  September 14, 2015 It’s 1941 and Alice “Al” Huffman comes from the potato fields of Long Island with her childhood friends to make it on the Broadway stage, only to find she has no talent. She meets Juliana, the glamorous, perpetually-on-the-brink-of stardom nightclub singer whose voice… Read more Cover Reveal: Juliana by Vanda

Review: To Dance With Ugly People by Lorene Stunson Hill

ABOUT THE BOOK: To Dance with Ugly People is a No.1 Best Seller in the African/American Women’s Fiction list. “This novel is a book in which I was able to express a new divine awareness. I realized I had experienced a lot in life that had left me strewn and unsettled; the book brought about… Read more Review: To Dance With Ugly People by Lorene Stunson Hill