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Wimbledon, Kentucky

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by H. Claire Taylor When a global crises causes the world to freeze over (a bit of a disappointment to those waiting for Hell to do the same, first) it falls on the good folks of Wimbledon, Kentucky to fix it. So local resident Laurel Saphire does what she does worst: she plans a dinner […]

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I Hate Everyone, Except You

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by Clinton Kelly Kelly’s rise to fame came from doing time on the TV show What Not to Wear and currently he is a fan-favorite star on The Chew. Here in a delightful series of essays we see how he grew from awkward young boy to the well-dressed, opinionated man he is today. In this […]

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The Date

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by Lillianna Blake This is the first in the comedic series (which we believe has about 24 books, now) that features Samantha Bradford a Single Wide Female intent on fulfilling her bucket list and living the best life she can. She’s funny. She’s klutzy. And yes, she’s a little on the wide side, which makes […]

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Of Mice and Money

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by Winnifred Morris Usually when a daughter returns after being a runaway for four years it’s a good thing, a joyous thing, even. But when Kiva’s daughter shows up, while she’s happy to see her, the daughter seems to be a harbinger of bad things to come. See, Kiva is supposed to be hiding out, […]

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Knucklehead

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by Adam Smyer It’s the 1990s and race relations are at yet another low in the U.S.A., especially so in California where Marcus is in a young lawyer. He’s angry, he’s had it, and it’s becoming harder and harder to resist the urge to challenge the everyday idiots around him. For a short while, he […]

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Sociable

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by Rebecca Harrington Harrington brings us a deliciously funny satire about internet fame. Here we find Elinor, freshly transplanted in NYC with dreams of becoming an intellectual journalist exploring deep topics in her columns. Like most unrealistic dreams, Elinor’s life turns into a nightmare. After a stint working as a nanny, she discovers her true […]

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Happy Days of the Grump

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by Tuomas Kyro We all know an old grump – those people angry at the life they have left. That’s The Grump in Kyro’s book. Content with building his own coffin, living the life of a curmudgeon while waiting for death, the last thing he expects is to change. But change he does. After a […]

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The Succubus in a Red Dress

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by Daniel Garcia Like most good baristas, Delilah thinks the worst thing that can happen is an empty tip jar at the end of the day and someone cutting her vegan sandwich with a knife that once sliced through a ham. But then, after a customer collapses after touching her, her life changes. She learns […]

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The Actual One

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by Isy Suttie In this memoir, Suttie discusses how, though desperate to emulate Peter Pan and never grow up, she winds up doing so, anyway. Beginning when she discovers she’s in her late twenties and all her friends are acting like adult. They have mortgages, they’re concerned mortgages and creating miniature versions of themselves. While […]

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Whiskey Tango

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by David. W. Smith A comical combination of paranormal, mystery, and spy novel, this book by Smith will delight and entertain and make you question how much your children love you. After accidentally getting super-human strength by drinking tainted water, country-boy Wesley Trueblood is visited by the CIA. They implore him to get off his […]