Finding Grace by Gary Lee Miller

Finding Grace by Gary Lee Miller

Finding Grace by Gary Lee Miller Grace Lee calls her granddaughter, Judith, with a dying wish…for Judith to travel from Los Angeles to Nashville to come visit her. But there’s a catch. Judith must make the journey by bus. The award-winning novel Finding Grace shares...
The Artist Spoke by Ted Morrissey

The Artist Spoke by Ted Morrissey

The Artist Spoke by Ted Morrissey The Artist Spoke is a love letter, a eulogy, and a hymn of hope. Avant-garde author Elizabeth Winters has died en route to Revelation, a literary event for her readers who have volunteered to be part of her latest (and final) novel...
Shifting to Freedom by Marlene Cheng

Shifting to Freedom by Marlene Cheng

Shifting to Freedom by Marlene Cheng In the literary, auto fiction, about contemporary women, Shifting to Freedom, Tess, a medical doctor, to escape from fear, pain, horrendous manic depressive mood swings, and hallucinations, dissociates, crossing invisible barriers...
Worship of Hollow Gods by James Sniechowski

Worship of Hollow Gods by James Sniechowski

Worship of Hollow Gods by James Sniechowski In Worship of a Hollow Gods, James Sniechowski bears witness to the world of a sensitive, nine-year-old boy, subjected to the underbelly of his Polish Catholic family in working class Detroit. The year is 1950. The family...