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Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult

I’m a big fan of Jodi Picoult so when the advanced reader’s edition of her new title showed up I was quick to grab it.  I don’t know how she does it but her books always seem to have a surprise twist that leaves me thinking about the characters and what happened long after I’m done reading.  198 more words

Psychological Fiction

Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick

Brit Pheiffer, a high school senior in Idaho, and her best friend Korbie are going camping and hopefully hiking in the Grand Tetons National Park during spring break. 218 more words

Historical Fiction

The Wonder of All Things by Jason Mott

A North Carolina airshow turns into a nightmare when a plane crashes into the crowd killing and injuring dozens of people.

 Thirteen-year-old Ava is a healer, but this talent has been kept a well-guarded secret all her life. 111 more words

Book Reviews - Tina

Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes

I will start off by saying that this book is not for the faint at heart. The murders are gruesome. That being said, if you love murder mysteries that are full of suspense you will love this book. 235 more words

Thriller

Confessions of an English Green Tea-Drinker

‘At all events, I felt the want, and I supplied it. Tea was my companion – at first the ordinary black tea, made in the usual way, not too strong: but I drank a good deal, and increased its strength as I went on. 579 more words

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Asymmetric Fiction: Crystal Ball

Here is a short story nearly seven years old now. I wrote it for a occult World War II anthology I was putting together for self-publishing. 1,890 more words

Asymmetric Creativity