The-Naphils-Kiss
Step right up and witness an entertaining world of action, intrigue, and exploration. It’s 1982, and Paul Driscoll is fate’s punching bag. His father recently died, he gets fired from his job, and his girlfriend dumps him. Desperate for money, the 23-year-old copywriter becomes a promoter with a traveling circus—and in his first town, falls in love. Katherine Flynn-Ryan is a divorced mother harboring a dark family secret. Although she knows the circus man will leave her, he promises to return after the season. Paul travels America with angry clowns, wild, eccentric characters, and egomaniacal performers. He struggles remaining faithful while resisting the aggressive pursuit of his boss and taming his libido. When he finishes his circus tour and returns to Katherine, Paul learns their relationship could cost him his life. Sawdust: Love is wilder than a circus crackles with unforgettable characters and humor, plus revealing insights into circus life, the male psyche, and explorations of faith and self-discovery.

Limbo

by Laura Koerber

Alyse died and she isn’t happy about it. She finds herself stuck in a ghost town occupied by dead souls with whom she has nothing in common. Her reaction to her loneliness and isolation is to throw a neighborhood block party for her little outpost in the afterlife. In the course of her party-planning, Alyse experiences a series of revelations about herself and other people—lessons she had failed to learn while alive—which leave her happier and wiser at the end of the story. Booklife (Publisher’s Weekly): “Koerber weaves a slow, captivating exploration of life, death, and the place of kindness and forgiveness in the salvation of the spirit.”

Wild Hare

by Laura Koerber

Listed by Kirkus Review as one of the best books of 2019. “A wrenching, complex novel that any fantasy fan would do well to pick up.”
“When you fight a violent and mean enemy, it’s difficult not to become violent and mean yourself,” an old friend advised Bobby Fallon.
Bobby is a trickster—half human, half nature spirit of the wild hare clan. He is also the guardian of a remnant of old growth forest near a small town in northern Wisconsin. He lives a marginal existence as a card shark, shoplifter, and small time criminal while participating in the secret culture of the forest spirits. His small town life is thrown into danger when his efforts to get his friend Arne out of jail spiral out of control. Set in the near future against a background of climate change, Wild Hare is a dystopian/magical realism novel with undertones of political commentary.

The Eclipse Dancer

by Laura Koerber

When Andrea turned thirteen, she found out that she was not completely human and she fell in love. Andy, the trailer trash daughter of an alcoholic, met a nature spirit and learned that she, too, was part of the magic of the forests and rivers, a member of the wild hare clan of fairies. She found, with her fairy relatives, the wonder and delight that had been missing from her home life. But the summer of magic ended, and Andy was left to grow up on her own. A magical realism novel about reconciliation and forgiveness. There are two interwoven story lines: the protagonist’s past and her present.

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The Gentle Art Of Forgetting

by Richard Easter

The-Naphils-Kiss
“…engrossing, moving… surprising… I haven’t read anything quite like it before.” – Sandra Makower, Goodreads

What you don’t remember can’t hurt you.

A thirty-year-old woman called Jane Dawn wakes in a hut surrounded by a snow-covered forest.
She remembers nothing apart from her name, but strange echoes flicker about her mind; that once she flew, time was out of joint, and how she may be responsible for something terrible.
Jane is not alone, and the person with her knows far more than they are letting on.
The answers to the mystery of Jane’s curious life will be found over many decades in this story of love, loss, magic, memories, and mortality.

Arnold Falls

by Charlie Suisman

Spend time in the funny, oddball village of Arnold Falls, where larger-than-life characters deal with the smallest of problems. Somehow, it all comes out right in the end. Arnold Falls is a novel that tips its hat to Armistead Maupin and P. G. Wodehouse, creating a world in which food, music, friendship, love, and tending your own garden are connected in surprising ways. “Incredibly funny” – Kirkus Reviews

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