Archive for the Literary Fiction Category

The Book of Nussbaum

Step inside the head of Nussbaum for an adventure that will take you to the inner and outer spaces of your mind. Expand your sense of being as you challenge conventional thought while confronting the realities of a world on the brink, desperately in need of a hero.

50 States

50 States is a debut collection of short stories that captures the human condition and how perception shapes destiny. The book spans several literary genres with each short story set in a different state across America.

The North West Parallel 1999

“The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist – Charles Baudelaire”. As the new millennium approaches, we follow William on his quest for enlightenment and purpose. Will he find meaning in his life? Will he find love and acceptance?

Skye Stories

Five years for an adult passes in five minutes. Five years for a kid is a lifetime. An attempted bike stealing incident in Glasgow when Raymond Moore was 13 led to him living in Linicro on the Isle of Skye with his Great Granny and Great Aunt. His family stayed in the city whilst his life changed on the island. Skye Stories tells the adventures he had growing up: the girls he fancied, the sheep he worried, and the music he loved.

The Call of Magic

Freshly graduated from high school, Emma Lie has never let go the betrayal her father served her. On the eve of her college departure, burdened with grand designs, Emma finds herself branded by a strange mark. Bewildered by its appearance, Emma becomes distracted, then suspicious, of a captivating boy named Thies. Amid a passionate moment, she demands the truth from him.

The Accidental Salvation of Gracie Lee

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Those words succeeded to fire up my mind. Whatever I simply love, will instantly hook me. Talya Tate Boerner, the architect of the above words, was also the author next in line on my shelf. It’s not that I lock up people, especially authors on my shelves. 🙂 You got it, the book I intended to read after doing some research on the author, belonged to Talya.