Love Changes by Marsha Casper Cook

OUR READERS: 249 Love Changes by Marsha Casper Cook. Second chances are possible, but only if the lies and compromises are gone. Martin had lost his first wife and daughter in a horrible car accident, and it took him years to fight the sadness he woke up with every day…. Continue reading

Letter To My Brother Anastasia Marie Cassella

OUR READERS: 181 Letter To My Brother Anastasia Marie Cassella. Based on a true story! A man who believes he is right in everything raises his family in filth, squalor, and severe mind-numbing control. His children, wife and extended family members don’t like what he does. But does anybody stand… Continue reading

Full Circle: Lucia’s Story by Robert James Saniscalchi

OUR READERS: 176 Full Circle: Lucia’s Story by Robert James Saniscalchi. Robert’s exciting new story is about faith, family and Lucia’s struggle from the depths of darkness and despair. Find out what happens as Lucia and her family try to find peace and pray for a better life for themselves…. Continue reading

Other People’s Mothers by J. L. Greger

OUR READERS: 214 Other People’s Mothers by J. L. Greger. A Collection of Stories. The short stories in OTHER’S PEOPLE’S MOTHERS are snapshots of the wisdom, humor, and errors made by women as they interact with their children as youngsters and adults. Mothers in fiction are often reduced to stereotypes… Continue reading

Listen To Me: How My Down Syndrome Brother Saved My Life by Lynne Podrat

OUR READERS: 209 Listen To Me: How My Down Syndrome Brother Saved My Life by Lynne Podrat. This memoir was written to honor my youngest brother’s influence over my life, the good, the bad, and the ugly, of living with a Down Syndrome sibling. It tells the story of the… Continue reading

A Dad’s Final Duty by Judy Kiel McKain

OUR READERS: 114 A Dad’s Final Duty by Judy Kiel McKain. “So, if love comes your way on a bright summer day And you dream of a lifetime together Promise God, mean it well, and He’ll bless you I tell Through the storm clouds and sunshiny weather.” “Melanoma,” the doctor… Continue reading