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A Tale of Two Kings – Errol Fern

In a faraway and distant land lived two great kings... A lion and an eagle - both rulers of their respective realms - once had great respect for each other. But as time went on, the respect became something else... As days went by, envy grew larger and thus, conflict arose. It grew and grew and grew until the… Continue reading A Tale of Two Kings – Errol Fern

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By the Book – Amanda Sellet

Mary Porter-Malcolm knows two things: 1) You can literally find any and all answers within the pages of a good book.2) Any book published in the last century just isn't worth reading. Mary spent her entire life deep within the pages of old tomes and classic works...but then the unthinkable happens. She has to go to public school. Mary's… Continue reading By the Book – Amanda Sellet

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Body Positive – Emily Lauren Dick

Too fat. Too thin. Too emotional. Too robotic. Too sexy. Too prudish. Too bossy. Too meek. From the media to your friends to your family - I don't think a single woman in our era could possibly escape some sort of body image problem. I know I've been quietly dealing with a few of my own ever… Continue reading Body Positive – Emily Lauren Dick

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A Most Clever Girl – Jasmine Stirling

Everyone knows the adult Jane Austen - author of Pride & Prejudice, Emma, Persuasion and more. She's been an absolute icon for centuries. But once she was a little girl. And this is her story. This wonderful children's book takes on one of literatures greatest writers and brings her childhood to life. It should come to NO surprise that I absolutely LOVED this book.… Continue reading A Most Clever Girl – Jasmine Stirling

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Raybearer – Jordan Ifueko

Tarisai has had an... unusual ...childhood. She's spent it isolated in a mansion, surrounded by servants afraid to touch her and desperately wanting the love of "The Lady" (who is the closest to a 'mother' that Tarisai has ever seen). Once The Lady deems Tarisai old enough, she's sent to the capital of the Aritsar empire to… Continue reading Raybearer – Jordan Ifueko

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Sixteen Scandals – Sophie Jordan

Primrose has spent her life behind bars - okay not really, but her mother might as well imprisoned her. From the moment Primrose could talk, her mother has set laid down the rules - Lady Druthers' Guide to be precise - and absolutely refused any and all signs of rebellion. While Primrose has chaffed around having such strict… Continue reading Sixteen Scandals – Sophie Jordan

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In a Book Club Far Away – Tif Marcelo

Regina Castro, Adelaide Wilson-Chang and Sophie Walden were all army wives years ago stationed together in the same area (Fort East) from 2011-2012. In modern times (2021), the three of them live in completely different areas and there was a significant tear in their friendship (resulting in Sophie/Regina splitting but remaining (individually) friends with Adelaide). In 2021, Adelaide sends… Continue reading In a Book Club Far Away – Tif Marcelo

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The Soldiers’ Perspective – Phillip Murrell

Watch it, buddy. You're about to open some childhood trauma. This story is told through scattered perspectives across the universe. There's T'az, the leader of the Shadow Squad and the Disciples of Death, he runs a very small, elite group of humans, cyborgs, etc as they battle across the galaxy. Shadow Squad, let's fly. We also… Continue reading The Soldiers’ Perspective – Phillip Murrell

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We Are Not Here to Be Bystanders – Linda Sarsour

Linda Sarsour - the organizer behind the Women's March (a worldwide protest in 2017 against the election of Donald Trump) has been making waves in her community for years. She's a strong political activist and never shied away from speaking her truth - that the right to peace, justice and equality should be just that, a fundamental right.… Continue reading We Are Not Here to Be Bystanders – Linda Sarsour

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An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States – Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

Warning: Only read this is you are prepared for just about your entire elementary-middle-high school education shattered. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz has taken the history of the United States and told it through its very first residents - the Indigenous nations. She begins by establishing what life was like pre-colonization: Irrigation, farming, healthy trade routes and fifteen million… Continue reading An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States – Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz