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No Pistol Tastes the Same

Jacob Paul Patchen’s latest novel, “NO PISTOL TASTES THE SAME,” is a gripping portrayal of a tormented soldier and his struggle with PTSD. The protagonist, Sergeant JP Grimm, returns home from a rough tour in Iraq to find life on the home front not as emotionally comforting as anticipated. His memories of combat live large ...

No Rest For The Wicked

No Rest for the Wicked by Phoebe Darqueling will keep the reader up all night wondering what happens next. Is this amusing mystery, a historical fantasy better classified as Steampunk? The author’s spectacular talent for immersing her readers in melodramatic adventure and the suspenseful plot is a delight. The straightforward tale has back ...

No Way Home

No Way Home, written by Christy Cooper-Burnett, is a time travel story where the ability to transport individuals back to a bygone era becomes the new method of incarcerating and punishing individuals who have broken certain laws.  Once a Prisoner is sentenced to a particular time in history, they’re given necessary training and ...

Not My Life

Not My Life by Bob Kat is the story of Austin, Kelly, Scott and Zoey - time travelers. This group of teens travel to 1977 in Not My Life. The four teens represent football, cheerleading, nerd (who has the time travel app) and new girl. They are very likable teens with quite the story. Dan Denucci is a homeless man that the teens have befriended. ...

Not My War

Valerie Anne Hudson has written a well-researched historical novel, Not My WarThe year is 1937. Louise Bellingham, a seventeen-year-old boarding student in Britain, returns to her mother's home in Paris, France, as the world is cast into World War II. Louise was born in Switzerland with a German/French ...

Not Myself Today: A Paranormal Thriller

The opening paragraphs of Not Myself Today, by Muriel Ellis Pritchett, quickly captures the readers’ attention. Ellis’s novel comes with a paranormal twist, her protagonist, Lindsey Anderson, upon awakening in a hospital, discovers she is living in the body of someone else. It becomes obvious that it’s the body of a younger ...

Nothing is More: a High Black Comedy in Verse with Music for Six Actors

Nothing is More by Dolly Gray Landon is an outlandish play, consisting of six main characters, that takes place at Pimpleton State Luniversity. Yes, we did spell university “Luniversity,” and, in fact, many words in the play are cleverly altered to better fit the play’s theme and bring clarity to the emotions or perspective ...

Now . Here

"Kiona the Gardenian: Now. Here" by Richard Haslam is an intense young adult novel featuring a brave and determined young heroine named Kiona. Suitable for both older children and teenagers, this captivating story explores themes of adventure, mythology, sacrifice, and the profound strength of unconditional love. It’s set in a post-apocalyptic ...


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