The Girl in Blue, by P.G. Wodehouse

A dutiful cast of characters, each one cut from a unique cloth, contribute to this delightful story told through omniscient narration and lively dialogue. Wodehouse keeps the intrigue going through the plot of a marriage proposal and the sticky fingers of one...

How’s Your Soul, by Judah Smith

In this refreshing look at what it means to nurture our souls, Pastor Judah Smith invites us to slow down and consider what it really means to be at peace amidst the chaos of this world. His casual tone and off-the-cuff humor make it easy to embrace the idea that our...

The Copper Beech, by Mauve Binchy

The little Irish town of Shancarrig provides an unforgettable landscape for this drama to unfold. Binchy creates the setting much like she would a character, which is brilliant. Told in omniscient POV, this story provides just the right amount of information for each...

A Cat Called Cupid: A Romantic Comedy Novella

This story had me laughing right from the first page. Told through the eyes of Cupid, a tomcat with hopelessly romantic tendencies, the plot unfolds with the inciting incident making itself known through a deadbeat of a boyfriend and his sticky fingers. My Lady,...