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  • Mirrors of Illusion by EK Ndanguzi

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    An enthralling tale of love and family, heart break and betrayal, personal failure and self-discovery.

    Jonathan’s deep affection for his family and Emilie are only matched by the feelings of loneliness and fear they evoke. As he works hard to provide for himself and his struggling family, he lets go by choice, the one thing that is right in his life-Emilie.
    Meeting Peter, his new belligerent boss, loving father but troubled soul with emotional baggage; he is unwittingly forced to reflect on himself, his family and Emilie while asking himself fundamental questions…

    What part of them is real? What part of his life is real?

  • Bwanana Chaos: A Novel by Ili Mais

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    A marijuana farm.
    A runaway girl.
    A “tribe” of hippies.
    Not all journeys of self-discovery start the same way…

    Kitty, a young successful LA resident, has it all—good education, fashion career, rich friends, handsome boyfriend. But there comes the moment in her life when she realizes—chasing money and other people’s dreams is not what life is about. Lies, gossips and backstabbing creep up on her like snakes in the jungle until one day she has a meltdown.

    And she runs…
    All the way to her long-time friends who are in charge of a pot farm… There Kitty finds herself in a community of free-spirited people who gathered together for seasonal work. She doesn’t fit in and she could care less. Full of bitterness and despise for the individuals that snobby and stuck-up Kitty would never in any other circumstances even talk to she reluctantly joins them for “trim” work and unwillingly becomes a witness to their lives full of experiments and craziness.
    And that’s when things take an interesting turn…

    “Bwanana Chaos” is a strange, funny and exhilarating tale of chance, change and letting go. It’s a journey into a place where weed growing is just another regular job, crazies are in the majority, deviants and breaking rules are the norm, nonsense makes total sense, strange becomes familiar and chaos is beautiful. “Bwanana Chaos” is a celebration of freedom, new beginnings and an entertaining journey into the West Coast cannabis culture.

  • It’s Not My Favorite by Rue —

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    An irreverent, modern-day, romantic comedy.

    The Hutchinson sisters grew up under the piercing, pious stare of a preacher’s wife. Plagued by her ever-disappointed refrain, “Well, it’s not my favorite.” Their search to find their own way in the world has not been a screaming success.

    Gwenn is a good girl, a responsible girl…a miserable girl. Her steady diet of vivid fantasies is the only part of her life she enjoys. She daydreams of new parents, a more exciting job and an actual love life. She struggles to run a business as The Organizer, while she stacks relationship carcasses in the closet of her own completely unorganized life. Her only real friend is her younger sister, Rachel.

    Rachel is outgoing, risqué and happily gay. The only people who don’t know this little secret are her judgmental parents, Pastor Ed and Shirley. Rachel struggles mightily to dodge her mother’s constant attempts to set her up with “nice Christian boys”; while holding down a job at the bakery and keeping up with her rock-star girlfriend!

    Gwenn uncovers a photo that brings her imaginary world careening into reality. She’s forced to ask herself if wealthy artist, Daniel Gregory is the answer she’s been seeking or a grand delusion.

    Break-ups, meltdowns, family secrets, wild nights and finally a journey of self-discovery to exotic New Zealand keep Gwenn and Rachel stumbling toward independence.

    So grab your parka and join the Hutchinson girls, as they experience the Lake Effect in Duluth, Minnesota!

  • It’s Not My Favorite by Rue

    0 out of 5

    The Hutchinson sisters grew up under the piercing, pious stare of a preacher’s wife. Plagued by her ever-disappointed refrain, “Well, it’s not my favorite.” Their search to find their own way in the world has not been a screaming success.

    Gwenn is a good girl, a responsible girl…a miserable girl. Her steady diet of vivid fantasies is the only part of her life she enjoys. She daydreams of new parents, a more exciting job and an actual love life. She struggles to run a business as The Organizer, while she stacks relationship carcasses in the closet of her own completely unorganized life. Her only real friend is her younger sister, Rachel.

    Rachel is outgoing, risqué and happily gay. The only people who don’t know this little secret are her judgmental parents, Pastor Ed and Shirley. Rachel struggles mightily to dodge her mother’s constant attempts to set her up with “nice Christian boys”; while holding down a job at the bakery and keeping up with her rock-star girlfriend!

    Gwenn uncovers a photo that brings her imaginary world careening into reality. She’s forced to ask herself if wealthy artist, Daniel Gregory is the answer she’s been seeking or a grand delusion.

    Break-ups, meltdowns, family secrets, wild nights and finally a journey of self-discovery to exotic New Zealand keep Gwenn and Rachel stumbling toward independence.

    So grab your parka and join the Hutchinson girls, as they experience the Lake Effect in Duluth, Minnesota!