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MEMOIR: Fredrick Douglass Reynolds was born November 5th, 1961 in Detroit. The 1960s were a very turbulent time, especially as a Black child. His great-grandfather was enslaved, and he grew up with racism around every turn. He began to push his luck with the law. After serving some time in Juvenile Detention, he decided to change his life and joined the Marines.

I, Bionic (Ignisar #2)
Jess K.
Hardy

SCIENCE FICTION: Elanie, a half-human bionic, is going through some major hormonal changes that are complicating her life in ways she never imagined. Aboard the Ignisar, she seeks out the ship's clinician, Dr. Semson, also known as Sem, for answers. He is immediately smitten with Elanie, and she is feeling a stir of something herself.

LGBT M/M ROMANCE: Milo Cusano is on a new life venture! He is opening a fry shop on the beach featuring his favorite potato and onion recipes. The shop needs to open before summer and all the events that will occur. He has enough on his plate when a familiar face from his past comes surfing back into his life.

SCI-FI: The Rhonar warriors have a problem, they must find their true mates or face a terrifying fate. Thankfully, the women of Earth can be the warriors' mates. While the people of Earth and the Rhonar are in negotiations for their right to claim brides, Brok and other warriors patrol the planet to keep it safe.

A Room in Blake’s Folly
J. Arlene
Culiner
TIME TRAVEL: Over the past one hundred and thirty-three years, the small upstairs room in the Mizpah Saloon has seen its fair share of stories both lovely and tragic pass through. But, in this mysterious room, one love that missed its chance seems to linger on.

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