Fiction

Fiction

On Traigh Lar Beach

Author: Dianne Ebertt Beeaff

The first half of On Traigh Lar Beach* (Traigh, pronounced “try,” is Gaelic for Sandy, and Lar means Floor), is about a Scottish writer who wins the prestigious British Comstock […]

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Prepped

Author: Bethany Mangle

What if you were a teen growing up in a family prepping for doomsday? How would their lifestyle cramp your own chances to figure out your preferences and find your […]

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Mayflower Chronicles

Author: Kathryn Brewster Haueisen

Perhaps the most remarkable thing about this classic, foundational story is realizing that for so many of us, the story we’ve all been taught has been boiled down to a […]

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The Descent of the Drowned

Author: Ana Lal Din

This dark fantasy inspired by pre-Islamic Arabian mythology is a whirlwind of colorful characters thrown into a struggle for their identities and their very lives. It is billed as YA […]

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Child Bride: A Novel

Author: Jennifer Smith Turner

It is 1955 on a small Black-owned farm in rural Louisiana, the home of 14-year-old Nell Jones. The youngest of 12 children, Nell quietly observes the lives of the females […]

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