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  • Seven to One
    380 29 19

    On June 14th, 1945, a Dakota KG.694, was on a service route carrying supplies to be landed at Myingyang. On take off, there were seven on board. The plane crashed and did not make its drop. This is a first person account of that journey.

  • The Middle Passage
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    EDITORS PICK 2020. A beleaguered black school cafeteria worker raising three grandchildren, a nephew and her own troubled daughter wins both a trip to a swanky Mexican resort and the heart of the white Texas billionaire who owns it.

  • How To Lose Weight And Survive The Apocalypse - Australian Edition
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    One woman's guide to falling in love, getting fit and surviving the end of the world. Karla is busy running her own business, half-heartedly trying to lose her belly fat, and avoiding thinking about her single-status - she does not have time for civilisation to fall apart rn. But when the world as she knows it crumble...

  • Dirty Secrets
    4.8K 726 50

    The sequel to "Her Terrifying Love." When Lyla finds herself committed to a juvenile psych ward after a mental breakdown, she must begin piecing together her life and find a way to stop her abusive ex-boyfriend's relentless attacks from beyond the grave.

  • Queen of Cups
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    Eloise Fine's neighbourhood cafe is threatened when a national coffee chain moves in next door. Then Julian encourages her to stand up for what's right: family and integrity and ... love? But Julian seems too good to be true -- and what's too good to be true often is. Queen of Cups is a sweet romance about fighting fo...

  • The Runners
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    After the first Pandemic, the only safe place from the infected is behind walls. Only a few brave souls risk going beyond them to trade for their city's survival: the Runners. ***** Hundreds of miles across the wastelands of the Wandering, in the stone-walled city of Bardee...

  • Coffee Talk
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    Coffee Talk is a collection of super short, totally true stories from coffeehouses in Los Angeles. Think of these stories as espresso narratives - a quick jolt of something funny, surreal, or maybe even beautiful. The through line is the Los Angeles coffeehouse scene, where slackers routinely give each other career...