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By Gita Bhattacharji

Ask anyone who knows and loves her: Aunt Priya is a feisty little country bumpkin, a loud-mouthed, uncouth character—with a heart of gold. She loves her only niece, Sita, and has made it her mission to see that the young woman is suitably married. Frustrated by the challenges of a long-distance relationship with her niece, Aunt Priya makes a bold plan. In the summer of 2001, Aunt Priya and her adopted four-year-old son Rohit arrive in New York. Despite her oddball character, limited English, and peculiar dress sense, she is determined to make a difference in her niece’s modern and confusing new life.

She enlists the help of her New York relatives, and together they plot, scheme, and manipulate Sita to get their way. But Sita isn’t quite as malleable as they hoped. A New Yorker through and through, Sita is a contradiction: a modern Indian woman who both respects and questions her family’s traditions. As the daughter of a traditional Indian household, she’s bound by the expectations of her family and culture. Aunt Priya decides that Sita should never forget her roots, no matter where she lives.

Sita has her own challenges, including a breast cancer diagnosis and the serious injury of a loved one in the World Trade Center disaster. And now, her family wants to force her into an arranged marriage she’s not really ready for. Can she find a way to find her own true love without disappointing her family?


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By Robert Crooke

When Professor Alice Prescott writes a best-selling novel based on her passionate, once-troubled marriage to journalist Tom Winslow, the couple’s quiet Connecticut life is shaken by more than bad memories. Th e past itself returns, as if beckoned by Alice’s book. Now, the Winslows learn what their unyielding love has cost them--and others.

Th e Chastened Heart is a novel of middle class American and European manners, satirical yet compassionate, realistic yet committed to the spiritual and ethical concerns of the very best fi ction. Robert Crooke’s deeply emotional narrative urges a reader to follow the Winslows into a past that is both personal and universal, and to embrace with them the mysteries that their marriage represents.


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By Gita Bhattacharji

Ask anyone who knows and loves her: Aunt Priya is a feisty little country bumpkin, a loud-mouthed, uncouth character—with a heart of gold. She loves her only niece, Sita, and has made it her mission to see that the young woman is suitably married. Frustrated by the challenges of a long-distance relationship with her niece, Aunt Priya makes a bold plan. In the summer of 2001, Aunt Priya and her adopted four-year-old son Rohit arrive in New York. Despite her oddball character, limited English, and peculiar dress sense, she is determined to make a difference in her niece’s modern and confusing new life.

She enlists the help of her New York relatives, and together they plot, scheme, and manipulate Sita to get their way. But Sita isn’t quite as malleable as they hoped. A New Yorker through and through, Sita is a contradiction: a modern Indian woman who both respects and questions her family’s traditions. As the daughter of a traditional Indian household, she’s bound by the expectations of her family and culture. Aunt Priya decides that Sita should never forget her roots, no matter where she lives.

Sita has her own challenges, including a breast cancer diagnosis and the serious injury of a loved one in the World Trade Center disaster. And now, her family wants to force her into an arranged marriage she’s not really ready for. Can she find a way to find her own true love without disappointing her family?


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By Robert Crooke

When Professor Alice Prescott writes a best-selling novel based on her passionate, once-troubled marriage to journalist Tom Winslow, the couple’s quiet Connecticut life is shaken by more than bad memories. Th e past itself returns, as if beckoned by Alice’s book. Now, the Winslows learn what their unyielding love has cost them--and others.

Th e Chastened Heart is a novel of middle class American and European manners, satirical yet compassionate, realistic yet committed to the spiritual and ethical concerns of the very best fi ction. Robert Crooke’s deeply emotional narrative urges a reader to follow the Winslows into a past that is both personal and universal, and to embrace with them the mysteries that their marriage represents.


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By Barry Ghabaei

Never before have short stories taken such twist and turns. These are the stories of our future!

Indulge yourself in 100 quirky, emotional, and humorous short stories - all unedited and raw!


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By Barry Ghabaei

Never before have short stories taken such twist and turns. These are the stories of our future!

Indulge yourself in 100 quirky, emotional, and humorous short stories - all unedited and raw!


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By Ion Manta
‘Evanescent Love’ is the latest English language literary attempt by Ion Manta, a Romanian-American author. The story evokes the illicit love between a couple of middle-aged immigrants, and its unraveling during a back-and-forth journey across The United States. At another level, the story tries to be also a comment on some seemingly paradoxical intersections of the American societal, cultural, philosophic, and urban landscape in the 1990s, as these transpire diametrically opposed through the interplay of the main characters —Didonna and Dorel-- both naturalized Americans, and members of the Romanian community settled around Washington DC. The affair comes alive as a direct confession of the main male character, thus the author takes pains for staying impartial by limiting his role simply to that of the story’s recorder, stage setter and puppet master ruling over only the moves, frames and sequencing of episodes, but intent on withholding his personal opinions as much as possible, in a most relativistic, post modern-fashion.
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By Ion Manta
‘Evanescent Love’ is the latest English language literary attempt by Ion Manta, a Romanian-American author. The story evokes the illicit love between a couple of middle-aged immigrants, and its unraveling during a back-and-forth journey across The United States. At another level, the story tries to be also a comment on some seemingly paradoxical intersections of the American societal, cultural, philosophic, and urban landscape in the 1990s, as these transpire diametrically opposed through the interplay of the main characters —Didonna and Dorel-- both naturalized Americans, and members of the Romanian community settled around Washington DC. The affair comes alive as a direct confession of the main male character, thus the author takes pains for staying impartial by limiting his role simply to that of the story’s recorder, stage setter and puppet master ruling over only the moves, frames and sequencing of episodes, but intent on withholding his personal opinions as much as possible, in a most relativistic, post modern-fashion.
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By Raphaël Paquin

Cassonade, a quaint fictional Haitian burg perched on a hill overlooking Port-au-Prince, plays host to a wide variety of unique inhabitants—and none more intriguing than Madame Bernice, the village’s outlandish Voodoo priestess. She knows the entire population of Cassonade, including Tagging-Zombie, the desperately versatile street artist; DjoKing, the standup comedian; and Vimeur Mogador, known as the Melody Catcher. There’s also Bernice’s husband, Clotaire, a nutty old poet from Jérémie, as well as a collection of earthy ghosts who call the village home.

Lately, things have begun to change in the hilltop hamlet. A dismal sect bivouacs at nightfall in a mysterious expanse nearby. Nighthawks are disappearing. A menacing memo is delivered. Worst of all, Woody, Madame Bernice’s son—who has recently and mysteriously acquired a great deal of money—has been missing for several days. As his fate is revealed, the destinies of all Cassonade’s residents shift toward an unusual transformation.

Like an intoxicating cocktail of friendship, love, creativity and religion served on the sunny shores of drama and the supernatural, this debut novel paints, with brazen and cruelly lucid humor, a distinctive contemporary portrait of Haiti and its people.


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By Raphaël Paquin

Cassonade, a quaint fictional Haitian burg perched on a hill overlooking Port-au-Prince, plays host to a wide variety of unique inhabitants—and none more intriguing than Madame Bernice, the village’s outlandish Voodoo priestess. She knows the entire population of Cassonade, including Tagging-Zombie, the desperately versatile street artist; DjoKing, the standup comedian; and Vimeur Mogador, known as the Melody Catcher. There’s also Bernice’s husband, Clotaire, a nutty old poet from Jérémie, as well as a collection of earthy ghosts who call the village home.

Lately, things have begun to change in the hilltop hamlet. A dismal sect bivouacs at nightfall in a mysterious expanse nearby. Nighthawks are disappearing. A menacing memo is delivered. Worst of all, Woody, Madame Bernice’s son—who has recently and mysteriously acquired a great deal of money—has been missing for several days. As his fate is revealed, the destinies of all Cassonade’s residents shift toward an unusual transformation.

Like an intoxicating cocktail of friendship, love, creativity and religion served on the sunny shores of drama and the supernatural, this debut novel paints, with brazen and cruelly lucid humor, a distinctive contemporary portrait of Haiti and its people.


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By Raphaël Paquin

Cassonade, a quaint fictional Haitian burg perched on a hill overlooking Port-au-Prince, plays host to a wide variety of unique inhabitants—and none more intriguing than Madame Bernice, the village’s outlandish Voodoo priestess. She knows the entire population of Cassonade, including Tagging-Zombie, the desperately versatile street artist; DjoKing, the standup comedian; and Vimeur Mogador, known as the Melody Catcher. There’s also Bernice’s husband, Clotaire, a nutty old poet from Jérémie, as well as a collection of earthy ghosts who call the village home.

Lately, things have begun to change in the hilltop hamlet. A dismal sect bivouacs at nightfall in a mysterious expanse nearby. Nighthawks are disappearing. A menacing memo is delivered. Worst of all, Woody, Madame Bernice’s son—who has recently and mysteriously acquired a great deal of money—has been missing for several days. As his fate is revealed, the destinies of all Cassonade’s residents shift toward an unusual transformation.

Like an intoxicating cocktail of friendship, love, creativity and religion served on the sunny shores of drama and the supernatural, this debut novel paints, with brazen and cruelly lucid humor, a distinctive contemporary portrait of Haiti and its people.


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By Floyd Salas

Written in an urgent prose, Lay My Body on the Line zeroes in on the San Francisco State student protests of the 1960s as seen up close through the unblinking eyes of Roger Leon.

Haunted by the suicide of a remarkable older brother whose memory he reveres, Roger, the all-American boy, is molded into a maverick. Packed with all the conflict, violence, eroticism, romance and raw play of ideas and passions that marked those turbulent years, this historically important novel brilliantly relates the story of one family in the heat of a seething American era that won’t be soon forgotten.


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By How Kuff
Changing History develops in present day from a happenstance meeting of seven international travelers. Caught in a sudden snowstorm in the mountains of Tibet, they stumble upon a teahouse and seek shelter along with a journeying Buddhist monk and nun. During the night, the seven travelers tell tales of circumstances and events that drove them to question fundamental aspects of their lives. In modern-day Chaucerian style, each compelling personal dilemma reveals drama and circumstances transcending race and culture. A unique philosophy of human affairs unfolds as the protagonists struggle with war, religion, politics, economics and social cohesion.

They come to realize that their sagas of personal strife and conflict are interwoven in a web of relationships that span the globe and breach the metaphysical. As they grapple to make sense of their changed perceptions of humanity, an extraordinary event occurs that facilitates their departure with new purpose and direction.


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By How Kuff
Changing History develops in present day from a happenstance meeting of seven international travelers. Caught in a sudden snowstorm in the mountains of Tibet, they stumble upon a teahouse and seek shelter along with a journeying Buddhist monk and nun. During the night, the seven travelers tell tales of circumstances and events that drove them to question fundamental aspects of their lives. In modern-day Chaucerian style, each compelling personal dilemma reveals drama and circumstances transcending race and culture. A unique philosophy of human affairs unfolds as the protagonists struggle with war, religion, politics, economics and social cohesion.

They come to realize that their sagas of personal strife and conflict are interwoven in a web of relationships that span the globe and breach the metaphysical. As they grapple to make sense of their changed perceptions of humanity, an extraordinary event occurs that facilitates their departure with new purpose and direction.


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By Keith R. Long

B has just received devastating news: the world has run out of fossil fuel. As a global disaster appears imminent, the stock markets close, unemployment numbers grow, and B wonders what the future holds.

Lucky to still have a job at ContractCorp, B is accompanied to work every day by Lieutenant Iyax Montgomery, an attractive military man. When her Boss tells her he is dying and heading to a secret Warehouse, he promotes B to CEO and promises that one day, there will be a place for her there as well. But after her home is attacked, B must rely on others to help her survive the poverty, starvation, and lawlessness of an apocalyptic world. Now only time will tell if Iyax and B will develop their budding romance or if the hidden horrible realities of the Warehousing phenomenon invented by Tim Worthington will eventually tear their relationship apart.

In this futuristic dystopian Society B, Ijax, and Worthington struggle to survive while rebel groups attempt to stop a frightening Warehousing phenomenon before it is too late for the human race.


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