|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|1-800-BUTTERBALL - Harriet||Cynthia Arsenault||
Sometimes holiday turkey cooking can be traumatic.
|Blue - Blue||Rachel Bublitz||
A woman grapples with the 2016 Election and her Jewish heritage.
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Grace||Rae Binstock||
A reminder of all the time, energy, and blood that went into making change in the 20th century...and needs to go into change now.
|ETERNAL FLAME - Edna||Melanie Payne||
Edna is NOT going to let her in-laws cut her out of her beloved husband’s burial arrangements.
|ETERNAL FLAME - Maud||Melanie Payne||
Maud refuses to let her sister-in-law get “top billing” on her dear brother’s gravestone—even if it means a brawl at the cemetery.
|FAR NORTH - To Act Human - Phyllis||Victoria Z. Daly||
Phyllis reveals a secret about one of her children -- and how it has forever changed her marriage.
|Flask - Peyton||Scott Mullen||
Peyton speaks up at an AA meeting about family, Dad’s flask, and digging up his grave.
|Fully Present - Jennifer||Cynthia Arsenault||
Sometimes we believe we are fully present in the moment, but we definitely are not.
|HOW BLOOD GO - Strong - Didi||Lisa Langford||
Didi explains what it's like to rot from the inside while appearing strong on the outside.
|HOW BLOOD GO - The Doctor - Didi||Lisa Langford||
Didi recalls seeing her/his grandmother prepare for a doctor's visit.
|The Juggler - Lilly||Vivian C. Lermond||
When life proves to be a circus and you’re the headliner juggling act, Lilly discovers a three-word solution to her woes.
|THE REFLECTION POOL - My Father, The Poet - Kate||Nancy Geyer||
Kate makes a surprising discovery about her abusive father.
|THE REFLECTION POOL ADDENDUM - I Like You Pretty - Francine||Nancy Geyer||
Francine wonders how she’s going to be able to tell her father about some bad news she received.
|THE REFLECTION POOL ADDENDUM - It Was a Privilege - Sarah||Nancy Geyer||
Sarah, still missing her dad, feels it was privilege to care for him when he became older.
|THE REFLECTION POOL ADDENDUM - Pathological - Justine||Nancy Geyer||
At age 40, Justine still feels the pain from her lying father’s lack of attention.