Literary Fiction

Picasso's Motorcycle

Marc Sercomb

France, 1940.
An unexpected gift of an old motorcycle with a tragically romantic past hurls a young orphan into the thick of things as war breaks out and his life changes forever. Half-French/half-German Daniel must find a way to survive in a world that mercy seems to have abandoned.


Our Cats Are Plotting To Kill Us

Jim Tilberry

A married couple discovers a way to read the minds of their cats. In doing so, they find out their feline companions are amazingly smart. The cats know history, pop culture and speak Spanish. But alarmingly, the couple also learns their cats might be plotting to murder them. This funny new book is a must read for cat owners.


The Let Me Go Series

Lisa L Akers

A dark—but beautiful—psychological suspense drama, with a twist you won't see coming... Perfect for fans of "All the Ugly and Wonderful Things," by Bryn Greenwood, and fans of Chevy Stevens, Colleen Hoover, and Delia Owens. After a tumultuous childhood in a broken home, keeping secrets became a way of life for twin sisters: Gabby and Olivia, and their little sister, Emma.


Beyond a Thousand Words

Michael Rose

As 1954 Vietnam roils from its conflict with the French interlopers, American photographer Coty Fine leaves Hanoi in a rush on the flatbed of a truck. Also on the truck is French priest Laurent Sabatier—a man who will forever change the course of Coty’s life.

Gitte Tamar - Isolation, Terrifying Entities and Vodou
FEATURED AUTHOR - Brigitte, "Gitte," Tamar was born in a small rural Oregon town. She attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, until she won the title of Miss Oregon USA in 2015. Once she finished competing in the Miss USA televised program, she received her business degree from Southern New Hampshire University. Then, her MA in Studies of Law from the University of Southern California, followed by graduate certificates in business law, entertainment law, and industries.