All Things That Deserve to Perish: A Novel of Wilhelmine Germany

All Things That Deserve to Perish is a novel that penetrates the constrained condition of women in Wilhelmine Germany, as well as the particular social challenges faced by German Jews, who suffered invidious discrimination long before Hitler’s seizure of power. It is also a compassionate rumination on the distractions of sexual love, and the often unbearable strains of a life devoted to the arts. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Lying and Making a Living: Fiction with Footnotes

“Lying and Making a Living”– a collection of short stories, contains more of the irreverent, hard-hitting, exhilarating, ironic, and emblematic prose we’ve come to expect from the writer and painter William Dunlap. His stories, some as short as a single page, leave the reader gasping for breath and wanting more. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Whippoorwill Chronicles

Sam and George are childhood friends, sharing a deep loyalty that is cemented when George saves Sam from drowning. When the consequences of their choices unfold, Sam faces the frailty of relationships. Returning home again, Sam begins a long journey to regain a sense of what is real, what is true and what is his responsibility. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

RISEN: The accession and devolution of Yahweh Ben Yahweh: Miami’s Urban Chronicles Volume 1

The growth of “Mega churches” has risen considerably in the 21st century as compared to the past. Miami Urban Chronicles Volume I: Risen, seeks to set forth a fictional biopic of the rise of spiritual leader Yahweh Ben Yahweh of the Liberty City based movement the Nation of Yahweh, “Ben Yahweh’s.” Chauncey Miller, the main character in the story is determined to be a success. He uses his natural skills of cultivating relationships and influence to draw his follower... [Read More...]

NORVEL: An American Hero

FINALIST: 2021 Next Generation Book Awards Norvel Lee won gold in the Olympics, but he was so much more than just an Olympian! On a September morning in 1948, a member of the U.S. Olympic team and a Howard University student was arrested for taking a seat in the white section of a segregated train in rural Virginia. The resulting court case eventually made its way to the Virginia State Supreme Court resulting in a landmark civil rights decision. Norvel Lee spent his childhood in a rustic, segre... [Read More...]


A BURDENED WIDOW. A RECLUSIVE BACHELOR. A COLLISION OF FATES THAT TRANSFORM THEIR LIVES FOREVER. After tragically losing her only child when he was just a boy, then facing her husband’s death two years ago from Alzheimer’s, 72-year-old Mazie questions why God doesn’t take her too. Her overwhelming grief leaves her aching to escape her lonely existence and join her husband and son in the grave. When Brian, a reserved bachelor in his early thirties, moves next door, Mazie takes a ... [Read More...]

The Legend of Naughty Cleopatra, Egypt’s Last and Most Glorious Queen: As Related by Herself and Others, Chief Among Them Rome’s Mark Antony

A literary-deep-irreverent take on the story of Cleopatra. For lovers of ancient Egypt and Rome looking for an unconventional perspective on their favorite civilizations, with plenty of comedy and philosophy. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]