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Author: Sandra Burch

Narrator: Greta Gorsuch

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After being injured in a paparazzi-induced car accident, Phoenix Chamberlain returns to Seaside Haven to recuperate. There he meets resort manager, Sierra Ramstad, who is used to being the boss and not keen on taking orders from others. Not only did the accident change Phoenix physically, it also broke his spirit. But with the help of Sierra and his therapist, he decides he can overcome the doctor's grim prognosis and learn to enjoy life again.

When Phoenix Chamberlain's former lover, Monica Swarovski, commits suicide, he learns the truth he never knew. He has a son. Newly wed to Sierra, Phoenix has no place in his heart for his son's guardian, Sue Deveraux.

Yet Phoenix can't ignore the attraction he feels to her. The only way Sue can protect the child is to strike a deal with Phoenix. Will she get more than she bargains for?

©2016 Sandra W. Burch (P)2017 Revival Waves of Glory

Bridget, a young, fancy-free woman, gets a frantic phone call from Zectric, her young nephew, who lives with Momma Dee, her mother and Zectric's grandmother. Momma Dee won't wake up! Momma Dee has passed, but remains to view and comment on how Bridget and her other children change and mature, and in the end, find peace.

Author: Tatiana Whigham

Narrator: Greta Gorsuch

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Call of the Sun Child

 

 

 

Sun Child Narrator Gorsuch

Author(s):          Francesca G. Varela

Narrator:           Greta Gorsuch

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Sempra has lived all of her sixteen years in an enclosed dome called the Circadia Stable Living Facility. It is structured, sustainable, and windowless. After the sun grew in intensity, causing society to become nocturnal, it was the only safe place to go. No one remembers the outside world. For 150 years the government has warned them about the deadly sun, and savage, vengeful outsiders. There is only one punishment for any crime: to be exiled from the facility. But Sempra is curious. Beyond those walls, what is there to see? When she and her childhood friend, Alden, discover a forbidden book, she begins to question the facility, and, with it, everything she has ever known.

Bronze medal winner for Best First Book at the 2014 Moonbeam Book Awards!

Author: Wayne Lemmons

Narrator: Greta Gorsuch

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In 2020 the sun betrays the inhabitants of planet Earth, finally penetrating an abused ozone layer, and scorching the world and decimating its population.

A group of men including Richie, Buddy, and the unlikely Elvis resolve that times are way too hot in Miami, Florida and decide to trek out, on their own, as far to the north as they can make it. Richie, who is the leader of their faction, suggests Alaska as the most favorable destination and the journey begins.

They find themselves navigating the U.S. and Canadian Highways through long and lonely nights, sleeping in underground dwellings to avoid the deadly radiation of the daylight hours. Throughout their travels they scavenge limited supplies in department stores and gas stations in order to sate thirst, hunger, and the need for ammunition to protect against the looming threat of human nature.

Do Unto: A Short Story and Twenty Others

Do Unto Narrator Gorsuch

Author(s):          Thomas Leverett

Narrator:           Greta Gorsuch

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21 short stories, best described as Americana, although not all stories are set in the U.S. The style is from an ESL/EFL background: free of flowery prose or oblique references. The reference to the Golden Rule amounts to this: All of life is noticing how what you do comes back around to affect you. Short stories must, by nature, embrace this.

A Dozen Crime Stories from a Well-known, Big-box, Discount Retail Store

Do you Know your Worth?

Know Your Worth Narrator Gorsuch

Author(s):          Tatiana Whigham

Narrator:           Greta Gorsuch

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This is a warmly heartfelt series of sermons and meditations from the young writer, Tatiana Whigham. She creates images with words and rhythms that guide us to relationship, not just religion.

Author: Thomas Leverett

Narrator: Greta Gorsuch

A dozen crime stories set in a big, big shopping center chain we think we know so well, shows us we don't know it at all. Passions, crimes, misunderstandings, arguments, tense phone calls, and unexpected bathroom scenes combine to tell us to observe harder and listen more. The best of Americana, we visit with restless Americans who steal, burgle, murder, drive drunk, and witness and investigate crimes in the places we seem to notice so little.

The Five-Second Rule: 20 Short Stories to Pick up

Five Second Rule Narrator Gorsuch

Author(s):          Thomas Leverett

Narrator:           Greta Gorsuch

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These twenty short stories were written from 2006 to 2013 by Thomas Leverett, who spent years teaching ESL, thus learning to scorn flourish and pretension in writing. His stories are bold and memorable.

For the Family

For the Family Narrator Gorsuch

Author(s):        Judith Ridgeley

Narrator:         Greta Gorsuch

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This novella follows the trials of Viciria, a young Roman wife and mother. Rich in historical detail, we learn how

women lived in Pompeii.

Author(s):          Francesca G. Varela

Narrator:           Greta Gorsuch

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May is a gifted and young pianist who has symphonies, concertos, and sonatas in her head. She wants to compose!

But her family is not wealthy, so she does the best she can do--she attends a state university with the best music program. She meets a young man named Conner who challenges her on every front. He plays piano with such feeling, and but he is incredibly homely. He stops and talks to trees! And cares nothing for time. Yet May can't stop thinking about him. She also learns she was a big frog in a very small pond in her hometown. Here in the larger world, her music and musicianship are not as "big" as she may have thought. This is an important story for college-bound students to read, and for the parents of newly-matriculated young people.

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Mannequin Challenge

Author(s):   Thomas Leverett

Narrator:    Greta Gorsuch

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21 short stories best described as bold, intense Americana, though one is set in Thailand. Written between 2016 and 2017, the stories display the author's mastery of the craft of short story writing.

The Story's Writer

Author(s):      Wayne Lemmons

Narrator:       Greta Gorsuch

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Set in the late 1980s, this is an atmospheric thriller about how the past events in a Nashville bar come to haunt a young boy, Bailey, and his hard-working, hard partying, single mother. In a world before cell phones and hyper-connectedness, how can Bailey get help when his mother's new beau brings home destructive ghosts from a blood-soaked former speakeasy?

Valley Drift

Valley Drift Narrator Gorsuch

Author(s):      TJ Weeks and Kris Weeks

Narrator:       Greta Gorsuch

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Three novellas chronicle the life and fate of Valley Drift, a small idyllic town.

Sherrie Moon, Timmy Moon, and Thomas Shelton all live in Valley Drift but at

different times. They all battle the pagan spirit who has decided to take up

residence.

Author:      Wayne Lemmons

Narrator:   Greta Gorsuch

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Part 2 of The Dark Roads Series, this novella finds Richie and Amanda on a dark Alaska road in a

post-apocalyptic world. The ozone layer of the Earth has given way, leading to high temperatures

which, well, turn everything into ashes. Anything that wants to live, must travel in the dead of night.

Richie is carrying Amanda on his back. She's unconscious. Why? What is he trying to get her away

from? This psychological thriller never lets up.