Big Skye Ranch

On July 29, 2011, in Teen Literature - Fiction, by Laurel Jaguar

Beverly Hills celebutante Houston Knight has a $10,000 a month allowance, never sees her famous parents, and could care less. Living the privileged life of young Hollywood, volatile Houston is unstoppable – right up until the moment she’s arrested for drug dealing and assault. Fifteen year old Cat likes older guys and if sex is […]

Soda Springs

A trio of teenagers confront racism in the 60s, but struggle to mesh their vow to civil rights with their discovery that sex and love both spark gut-wrenching choices.


On June 30, 2011, in Teen Literature - Fiction, by Heather Mar-Gerrison

Stan is an alien from the Planet Gore.
He falls in love with Molly. She appears to be entirely human but then everything changes…

Ashlyn's Radio

On June 30, 2011, in Teen Literature - Fiction, by Wilson Doherty

Ashlyn Caverhill thought she’d die of boredom in Prescott Junction. Turns out the ghost train might do the job. Or maybe the haunted radio.

The Luckless Prince

On June 23, 2011, in Teen Literature - Fiction, by Rie Sheridan Rose

The loyalty of a friend has no limits, not even in the face of death–and worse.

The Battle for Tomorrow: a Fable

On June 13, 2011, in Teen Literature - Fiction, by Stuart_Bramhall

The Battle for Tomorrow concerns a 16 year old girl arrested for participating in a blockade and occupation of the US Capitol protesting the wars in the Middle East. After winding up in juvenile hall, she finds herself fighting for the right to live independently, in opposition to laws that require her to be released […]

Laney (The Brookehaven Vampires)

On June 13, 2011, in FINALIST, Teen Literature - Fiction, by Joann_I._Martin_Sowles

What would you give to be with the one you love?
Would you give it all, including your life?

…his hands on my back pressed me against him. This kiss was different, desperate almost. His lips left mine and gently, very lightly traveled across my cheek and down to my neck, hovering there. His cool breath sent chills through me, awakening feelings I didn’t know existed. His lips softly kissed my neck, and then I felt two sharp pricks. I gasped…

To Live and Die for Dance

On June 12, 2011, in Teen Literature - Fiction, by Francine_Paino

Chelly Bernardi always dreamed of becoming a professional ballet dancer, while her parents expected their daughter to go to law school and eventually join the family law firm. Then she is accepted into the Romanova Ballet Conservatory run by Alexandra Romanova, a former star of the Kirov Ballet. Chelly pleads with her parents and they […]

Inner City

On May 25, 2011, in Teen Literature - Fiction, by Scott_Norton

The cities have gated their walls. Those in rural areas have been reduced to savages. When Callen Carrus, a seven year old boy from the city, faces a personal crises and runs away, he’s chased outside the city walls. What happens to him there sets him on a twelve year quest that leads to love […]

Caves, Cannons, and Crinolines

On May 6, 2011, in Teen Literature - Fiction, by Beverly_Stowe McClure

Caves, Cannons, and Crinolines is the story of Elizabeth (Lizzie) Stamford and her family’s daily struggle to survive a changing way of life during the American Civil War. This is a story of fear, courage, and understanding that people, no matter where they live, have the same needs: love, peace and security. [cf “user_submit_name”] Get […]

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