literary fiction

Bombora by Paul Drewitt

Intelligent, provocative, and intense… A page-turner. With his keen eye for detail, craft of character development, and expert narrative, Drewitt’s latest literary tale, crossed with boyhood shenanigans, makes for a compelling coming-of-age story. January, 1981. There is not much to… Read More ›

The Glimpse by Lis Bensley

An engrossing read…Entertaining, poignant, and meaningful. After facing a life-altering event, a budding artist escapes to a small-town life to raise her daughter born out of wedlock and navigates inspiration and redemption in Bensley’s poignant novel. Liza Baker, a rising… Read More ›