Literature & Fiction

April 5, 2019

Rescue Her Heart

"Rescue Her Heart: The Heart Series (Triangle of Love Book 2)" by M. L. Taylor 

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn | For Aniela Matthews, life has shown her the spectrum of two very different worlds. Elegance and lurid debauchery. After disappearing three years ago, she has finally found a way to return home. She appears thin and disheveled - not anything like the beautiful woman she had once been. Will she ever explained what kept her away from her family for so many years? Or who Lord Gordon Pynnoke is, and why he tortures her every night in her dreams? When she finally reunites with her past love Sir Jaylon Veltre, will her heart be able to open for him once again? Or will both of their crushing secrets forever keep them apart? For Jaylon, secrets or not, the years have done nothing to diminish his love for her, and he will do anything to bring her back into his arms. Will Aniela's physical scars forever leave her damaged and unable to feel love again? Or will Jaylon's timeless devotion heal her wounds and bring her back to a love everlasting? Book II of The Heart Series.

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April 4, 2019

Jane Doe

"Jane Doe" by Kay Bruin

Most people will say that you can’t run from your past. For this 17-year-old girl, running seems like the only answer. She struggles to speak of the events that led her to the bridge where she attempted to end her life. After refusing to give her name, the police take her to a nearby hospital where she is admitted under the name Jane Doe. Her fate rests in the hands of one doctor, who is determined to earn her trust and help her overcome what she is so obviously running from. This story is filled with every emotion. A rough upbringing is relatable, but it’s easy for one person to forget just how bad things can get. This story depicts the struggle and hope for escape both physically and mentally.

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April 1, 2019

The Monster

"The Monster" by Josh Soule

| Website | Facebook | Instagram | A college student has a strained relationship with his mother and ex-girlfriend. When he sees his ex and best friend together at a Halloween Mixer, he becomes enraged. Things turn when a mysterious, puppet-themed student attacks the couple, leaving the protagonist seemingly to blame. The situation escalates quickly, and the narrator soon finds himself framed for murder at the hands of the "Puppet Man". He decides to go on the run, and finds himself in the company of misfits and criminals while seemingly being stalked by the killer. He believes the criminal overseer may be an opportunity to clear his name and prove his innocence before he winds up in jail, or worse.

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March 30, 2019

Seeing Through Their Eyes, Vol 1

"Seeing Through Their Eyes, Vol 1: Short stories, songs and poems of characters in the Bible" by Brother Brad Smith

| Website | Facebook | Let me take you on a journey of thirty years, where over time I’ve had the privilege of soaking up the environment of thoughts of many people who live through the history of the Bible. In some ways it feels like I’ve met them all personally, as I’ve studied and meditated on them – researching the events and times that make their situation unique. I’ve pondered what it’s been like to be in their shoes, and sometimes wondered what I would have done if it was me in their situation. My aim has been to tap into the essence of their thinking, of their emotion, and cause a very deep emotional connection with you, the reader. If my book is simply “a good read” or “a poetic resurrection of Biblical narrative” then it’s missed its mark. This book is a small compilation of poetry, prose, songs or short stories, intended to take a “slice” out of the life of a Biblical character and help us see what they are seeing, feel what they are feeling, and pause … then make a response. Each item is a perception, a listening, a waiting – for the tick-tock of thoughts in their head to come to life - and from there to make sense of their situation, translated into poetic rhythms. Through hearing the voices of their mind, we can take time to reflect. And consider. And change.

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