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Painting Rainbows – Sue Lilley

Mandy always adored Joel. But he was the local hot-boy and she was the schoolgirl barely on his radar. Their paths don’t cross again until they’re free and single young adults. They meet by chance in a picturesque seaside village, perfect for sizzling summer afternoons and endless sultry nights of newly discovered passion. They know instantly they’re soulmates, destined to be lovers forever. But life isn’t like that. A curved ball is hurled right under their feet, wrenching them apart. Will real life conspire against ...    Read More >

The One That Got Away (and other short stories) – Margaret Lynette Sharp

A compilation of three scintillating short stories: ‘The One That Got Away’, ‘More Than a Mere Bagatelle’, and ‘Chance Encounter’, all written by Amazon best-selling and prolific Australian author, Margaret Lynette Sharp. Both ‘The One That Got Away’ and ‘More Than a Mere Bagatelle’ have taken awards at the Hurstville Festival of Community Arts Literary Competition (in 2014 and 2015, respectively). The third story, ‘Chance Encounter’, is a sweet, nostalgic romance, crafted specifically for this new volume. This title has been awarded 5 stars by ...    Read More >

London 1963 and Other Stories – Stephen Winter

Stories set along the outskirts of reality . . . In the story ‘Where is Everybody?’, a waitress spoofs a krazy-kat quantum metaphor thus enticing a young physicist to join her for some gallery hopping. In ‘The Mystery of Haven’ we follow an artist choosing to cool-out there during a brief unstable time for the town and then finds herself unwilling to leave. Or could be a time-tripping girl on holiday in 1963 London trying to control her impulses, or a self-described high school misfit ...    Read More >




A Few of the Girls – Maeve Binchy

From Maeve Binchy’s earliest writings to the most recent, her work is filled with wisdom and common sense and also a sharp, often witty voice that is insightful and reaches out to her readers around the world and of all ages. Whether it is one of her best-selling novels or a short story, Maeve shows us that times may have changed, but people often remain the same: they fall in love, sometimes unsuitably; they have hopes and dreams; they have deep, long-standing friends whose secrets ...    Read More >

A Tapestry of Tears: Short Stories from India – Gita V. Reddy

“Reddy writes in a straight forward prose that entices you to turn the page. For an American reader, it is truly a journey into another world,” Donna Foley Mabry, Author of Maude ~ #1 best-seller on amazon. This is a collection of a novelette and twelve short stories, bringing to life the varied culture and social spectrum of India. Change, loss, social pressures, love, relationships, and family are woven into this tapestry. Where there are tears, there is also strength, and hope. From reviews: “Gita ...    Read More >




This Year It Will Be Different – Maeve Binchy

From the New York Times bestselling author of Circle of Friends and The Glass Lake comes This Year It Will Be Different, a stunning new work that brings us the magic and spirit of Christmas in fifteen stories filled with Maeve Binchy’s trademark wit, charm, and sheer storytelling genius. Instead of nostalgia, Binchy evokes contemporary life; instead of Christmas homilies, she offers truth; and instead of sugarplums, she brings us the nourishment of holidays that precipitate change, growth, and new beginnings. In “A Typical Irish ...    Read More >