The Briton and the Dane by Mary Ann Bernal

The Briton and the Dane by Mary Ann Bernal

Summary: A young Anglo-Saxon woman, who is intelligent, self-sufficient and not afraid to follow her convictions, secretly harbors a wounded Danish Viking prince in Ninth Century Britain steeped in warfare. Gwyneth and Erik fall in love, but must overcome the political climate if they are to wed. The author has indicated that this book contains…

1,000 Words: A Short Story by Chaya Saperstein

1,000 Words: A Short Story by Chaya Saperstein

Summary: A world history teacher interviews one of the few remaining Jewish Holocaust survivors in his local community, and a pack of pictures with a faded red ribbon becomes the focal point of the entire recounting. The author has indicated that this book is appropriate for all ages. Top-level Genre: Fiction Sub-genre(s): Family Saga, Historical, Literary,…

Swiggers: A Short Story by Joey Pinkney

Swiggers: A Short Story by Joey Pinkney

Summary: Life-after-retirement for Theodore Roosevelt Washington (aka Teddy) centers around hanging out with the other rowdy old men in front of Pee Wee’s Market. Cracking jokes, drinking liquor and flirting with the young women may change for the crew now that the corner store is under new management. According to the author, this book contains…