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Category: Literary

General Fiction, Literary

The Starboard Sea

Aidan had compared Bellingham to the Island of Misfit Toys, a sanctuary for the unwanted. But the problem, as I saw it, was that putting this many defective kids together only created more trouble. Jason Prosper had lived a charmed life until the year his…

General Fiction, Literary

Big Ray

Daniel didn’t know his father was dead until a few days after it happened. His death brings mixed feelings; both relief and sadness. Weighing in at over 500 pounds, Big Ray was not an easy man to know. His temper defined Daniel’s childhood and distanced…

General Fiction, Literary, Translation

Doppler

After a lifetime of being nice, Doppler realises he doesn’t like people that much and sets off to live in the forest by himself, leaving his life, and wife and children, behind. When he becomes desperate for food, he kills an elk. But the elk…

General Fiction, Literary

The Humorist

Guest blogger: Bex @ Futures The Humorist, by comedian Russell Kane, is one of those books where the authors reputation far precedes the book. It is easy to think that Kane’s stand up humour would apply to this book, but I was pleasantly surprised at…

General Fiction, Literary

Go To Sleep

When a one night stand with an ex leaves Rachel pregnant, she decides to go ahead and have the baby by herself. She is a strong, independent woman, she will be a great mother. But as the sleepless hours tick by, she starts to resent…