Moon Goddess is an epic fictional novel spanning three countries (India, Lebanon, USA) and several generations, using myth, memory, quotations, prophecy, facts and fiction. It is a complex read with intertwining plots about public intrigue, personal loss, fate and choice, with characters traveling through time and space and stories both disrupting and healing.

 

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June Gerron, Sage Woman #88 featured poet and a successful participant in our Absoloose Vol 1 poetry contest, presents in Around About Now an extended selection of her poetry.  It is simple and simply captivating, delivered in an imaginative and all around charming way, sprinkled with poetic gems poetry connoisseurs will find irresistible.

 

 

 

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To the depths of his own Inferno Richard Linden descends.  A gigolo and fortune hunter at the end of his tether, Richard makes one last, desperate grab for the brass ring.  But Fate has other plans for Shameless Dick, who walks the fine line between Hope and Purgatory.

 

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Peter Fiore's When Angels Speak of Love is an elegiac reprise of love in late life when the past intones the present and the present the past.  Love carries through, even to that moment when we stand alone facing down our own mortality.

 

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Absoloose, Volume 1, is our first volume of select poetry.  26 poets assemble into a spirited compilation of arresting insight, sensibility, and finish.

 

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J. R. Yussuf’s The Other F Word: Forgiveness deals with a subject so hard, so demanding of its protagonists, that it scarcely fits the pages of this fictional rendering.  A 15-year-old drug addict writing from prison to his sister,  a 17-year-old high school volleyball captain desperately seeking the attentions of a college recruiter, each of these crossing and being crossed in vulnerable moments.  Outcomes vary, and only the unexpected should be expected as these characters embrace forgiveness, deny it, or ignore its need.  Received First Place Reviewers Choice Award 2016/2017 in Self-Help category.

 

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Absoloose, Volume 2, is our forthcoming sequel to the above, due to be released in 2018.  It will feature an equally choice and even fresher collection of poetry.

 

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Frankenbird is peopled with ghastly creatures and sprinkled with a mystical disorder culled from the author's deeply felt connection to American Indian myth and legend.  The narrative is intuitively constructed out of its discrete and disjointed revelations, all to astounding effect.

 

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Readers may already be familiar with Dianalee Velie's work and will not be disappointed with Ever After, her fifth book of poetry.  She takes on the lives, extrapolated from their fairy tale settings, of such as Cinderella as she attends a high school reunion, Lewis Carroll's Alice as she joins a substance abuse meeting, and Carlo Collodi's Pinocchio as he launches his career in--what else--politics.  Each story paces the reader's distance from childhood to adulthood with metered charm.  Life goes on, even for the storied celebrities of classical lore.

 

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John Flynn mingles stagecraft and wordcraft

in this retrospective volume. Stepping lightly in the high grass of Middle American pastures  he embraces parents and progeny, prayerful meditation and heartfelt exclamation. 

 

In the ranks of all serious poets, he speaks of quiet moments with a firm, compelling voice.

 

This book will be released later in 2017.

 

Claire Waite charts how a small town can be turned to help the otherwise luckless creatures who have, through bad fortune and good, come to reside in the remarkable rescue Prescott Zoo in Arizona. This is a story about animals, yes, but also about the dedicated souls in the community who love these animals, care for them compassionately, and want to share the spectacular presence of these animals with their townsfolk.

 

 

THE RAVEN WORE BOOTS will be available in 2018.

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