“Half In: A Coming-of-Age Memoir of Forbidden Love” by Felice Cohen

“Half In” introduces readers to another side of author, Felice Cohen. Already known for her book, “What Papa Told Me” about her grandfather surviving the Holocaust, this is a more intimate side of Felice and the story of her romantic life. Many people struggle to figure out who they are and who they want to be with-whether straight, gay, bi, etc. Felice is no different. What makes her different is the internal struggle that she dealt with in who she is and who she wanted to be with. … More “Half In: A Coming-of-Age Memoir of Forbidden Love” by Felice Cohen

“Wrightsville Beach” by Suzanne Goodwyn

“Wrightsville Beach” is a beautiful coming-of-age story of young love that falls victim to the trials of real life. From Hank’s tainted reputation he desperately wants to overcome, to Jess’ emotional rollercoaster of doubt and fear letting herself love and trust her heart, we feel every moment of their fraught relationship as it swells to the highest heights and then plummets to its darkest moments. … More “Wrightsville Beach” by Suzanne Goodwyn

“In the Belly of the Bell-Shaped Curve” by Michael Carter

William Malone, aka Turk, is relatable to nearly everyone on at least one level; he works at a monotonous and mind-numbing job, is divorced and hardly gets to see his kids, lives in a crappy home (literally), and just can’t seem to catch a break in life most of the time. … More “In the Belly of the Bell-Shaped Curve” by Michael Carter