Themanwhofellasleep lives in a mythical London. It’s not the London of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. It’s not the London of Notting Hill, café lattes and Fresh & Wild.
In Ian Donnell Arbuckle's "Hard Wonder" a father searches desperately for his son in a world where emotions have become currency.
Ross and Lori Williamson are living the Boomer version of the American Dream. Ross is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, battered but still standing after the Internet collapse.
I knew I was in deep shit after I polished off the entire second bottle of the Little Penguin Chardonnay.
The omission of a single character in the surname of her forbearers provokes transatlantic yearnings in already restless language teacher Sharon Kerenstein.
Beautiful Dreamer tells of the search for Spiritual Meaning by Harry Murphy.
Some people are born to be heroes. Some people earn it through years of trying. Allow me to introduce you to three likely lads who had heroism strangely dropped on their heads.
A quintessential leader enlivens this story: Julius Caesar — general, statesman and magnanimous sovereign; brilliant, effective, and canny. In 55 B.C.