Archive for the Genre Category

Flying by the Seat of My Pants

A mouthy redheads take on love, life, family, and the bumps that came along the way. Showing that it’s okay to not be okay and tackling the hard subjects that nobody wants to talk about. Its real its raw and its funny as heck!

Lockdown Report Mallorca

The news about the current events has spread all over the world by now. I live on a small island in the Mediterranean, called Mallorca.At the end of January 2020, we got the first news about the latest viral outbreak in China.

Margarita Mondays

When Cici, Mavis and Roxy meet in Kindergarten, they have no way of knowing that thirty-five years later they will be praying over Cici’s broken body, sharing in Mavis’s joy when she finds her birth mother or holding Roxy together the day she buries her lover.

Eating the Forbidden Fruit

Eating the Forbidden Fruit is a gritty fiction novel loosely based on true events in author Roland Sato Page’s life. The newcomer author delivers a personal journey into his rise and demise as a St. Louis City Police Officer.

Light A Fire

“Light A Fire” is poetic, describing a Girl’s First, and what leads to A Woman’s Reflection. BeeKels ArtOrigins describes a world of woman and man. The mindfulness that a young woman has when making choices made to ignite a relationship start with a single ember.

Blood and Silver

What is a twelve year old girl to do when she finds herself in the silver boom town of Tombstone, Arizona, in 1880, and her only home is a brothel and her only parent is a drug-addicted mother? If she is Carissa Beaumont, she outsmarts the evil madam and figures a way out.

The Poison Prison

For the last quarter of a century I’ve been fighting an invisible war. A war I could never win but only endure. I found writing poetry as a way of making sense of the mess my life had become. You could say that I became a poet by default.

Putin’s Useful Idiot

It’s Putin’s side of Moscow, but it’s 1984 when it was the Soviet Union, the USSR, the CCCP, before the Russian Federation, when the hammer and sickle on the red flag meant something sinister and threatening.

Heirs and Outlaws

The Blue, a shrouded mire in the heart of the American South. Seemingly harmless to most, but not to the citizens of Argo Fae as they are the world’s only defense against the monsters that call the dreadful marshland home.