Every Woman Has A Story by Laurel Kile

When Mary and her two daughters embark on a road trip from Oregon to West Virginia, they realize that bonds of family are stronger than anybody imagined.

Aunty P fancied herself a matchmaker, and the match she has for Jada will make the young professional challenge long held beliefs concerning independence, race, gender, and class.

When a mysterious message in a bottle sends the family on a scavenger hunt along the coast, Simone finds healing in an unexpected place.

When Elliot’s roommate, a tall, handsome British man, shows up at her door, things go from strange to bizarre.

Ally feels like she is drowning under the crushing weight of her pre-med studies. Then a chance meeting with Clara, a retired, Vietnam Conflict nurse makes Ally realizes life’s most important lessons are seldom learned within the walls of a lecture hall.

Available from:

Amazon, Barnes & Noble, SSP Bookstore and Other Retailers

Reviews:

  • Quick Thoughts and Rating: 5 stars!
  • An extremely powerful story of a Southern culture
  • The hype around this book has been unquestionable and, admittedly, that made me both eager to get my hands on it and terrified to read it. I mean, what if I was to be the one person that didn’t love it as much as others?

Dreams by Ty Keenum

Ty Keenum’s “Dreams,” is a poignant short story penned by an author whose own life eerily mirrors the tragic narrative, and delves deep into the realms of shattered dreams, betrayal, and the perilous descent into madness. The tale unfolds with a melancholic charm, exploring the blurred lines between fiction and reality as it chronicles the life of its protagonist, a seasoned writer who faces a series of devastating setbacks.

The narrative skillfully blurs the boundaries between the protagonist’s life and the stories he creates, drawing readers into a world where imagination and actuality intermingle in unsettling ways.

Available from:

Amazon, Barnes & Noble, SSP Bookstore and Other Retailers

Reviews:

  • Quick Thoughts and Rating: 5 stars!
  • An extremely powerful story of a Southern culture
  • The hype around this book has been unquestionable and, admittedly, that made me both eager to get my hands on it and terrified to read it. I mean, what if I was to be the one person that didn’t love it as much as others?