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The Magnificent Essence of Madness

4.6 stars on 15 reviews

Literary Fiction

An unforgettable novel about life in between fear and reality on one hand, and hope and imagination on the other hand, in a closed ward.

Chaim is admitted to a closed psychiatric ward following a psychotic attack and finds himself torn between two desires; the desire to find cover in the ward and protect himself from the threatening deterioration of his life and consciousness, and the desire to win back his freedom and return to his demanding life outside the ward.

But as time goes by, he realizes that his once rich and free soul is tormented, trapped behind bars it cannot break through.

Between reality and fantasy, past and present, hope and despair, The Magnificent Essence of Madness is a gripping look into the mysterious world of the mentally impaired and the never-ending yearning to return to normal life.


Many Colors Of Love

4.1 stars on 46 reviews

Women’s Fiction

“A complex story of tangled complications that life with its intense relationships can bring to our consciousness along with hope for a positive happy outcome. ” – 5 Stars, Amazon Reviewer

“I finished it in about four hours of nonstop reading.” – 5 Stars, Amazon Reviewer

“A romantic story and the thrill of a tragic and mysterious disappearance.” – 5 Stars, Amazon Reviewer

“This is a very intricate story of modern day romance and relationships. The main character seems to always come to the rescue and is very relatable in each of the lives she touches.” – 5 Stars, Amazon Reviewer

When Daniel makes a terrible mistake and his marriage falls apart, Rivi is there to help. But will she be able to deal with different shades of love in her own life? A powerful, breathtaking and sensational novel, about secrets, crises, failures in marriage, and one surprising friendship.


Calling of Ancestors

4.6 stars on 17 reviews

Regional Biography / Historical Nonfiction / Memoir

In Calling of Ancestors: Finding Forgotten Secrets in My DNA, the author discovers through DNA testing more than one mystery about her genetic ancestry.

Genetic connections and genealogical research lead Kennerly on a fascinating quest to uncover forgotten family secrets in her paternal lineage. What gets revealed tells a different family story than the one handed down. The author soon finds herself confronting racism within her family while also exploring her own deep-seated biases at a time when much of the U.S. is trying to come to grips with the effects of racial injustice. In this insightful and powerful story of discovery, the author exposes her own limitations as she discovers the selfishness of white privilege in the process of unraveling a genetic mystery.

Readers are left to reflect on the epigenetically, energetically, spiritually causal relationship between the ugly legacy of slavery ⏤ not only on those who were enslaved but also on those who enslaved them ⏤ and the generational effects of long-term racism, violence and abuse on its descendants to this day.


Captain Sedition

4.8 stars on 15 reviews

Historical Fiction

1774, on the cusp of the American Revolution. London courier Joethan Wolfe receives word that his estranged father has been taken up for smuggling. Wolfe is a bravo and a hedonist, according to his particular friend, Benjamin Franklin, but it’s a devotion to personal honor that motivates Wolfe to sail for the colonies.

After fourteen years away, nothing in America is as Wolfe remembers. Conspiracies are everywhere. Rebel leader Joseph Warren, and Royal General Thomas Gage, have schemes to exploit Wolfe, but it’s the ironically named Prudence, a childhood playmate grown into a beautiful and fiery insurrectionist, that may prove most problematic. From Long Island, through the slave fields of Connecticut, to the seat of British power in Boston, Wolfe negotiates a dangerous tightrope between rebels and the Crown, until the tightrope becomes a noose, dragging him to the eruption of a bloody rebellion. It’s a war that Wolfe has no stake in and wants no part of, but from which he cannot escape.

The Death of the Age of Reason is book 1 in the Captain Sedition saga.

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Tobacco Rose

Women’s Fiction, Cultural Heritage, Historical Fiction

South Georgia 1955.

Racial tensions lead to riots in the South. An old black woman named Rosie and a young white girl called Clementine are in danger of losing their lives in a flood. Caught up in swirling waters teeming with moccasins, dead animal carcasses and debris, they must get to higher ground to survive. They must work together to save themselves as well as a motherless child and a crippled young man. Will their combined efforts save them or will the impetuous, young girl’s thoughtless actions put them in more danger? Will Rosie come to Clementine’s rescue? During the long frightful night of the flood, Rosie takes Clementine on a mental journey as she tells the heart-wrenching tale of Quetta, her Gullah/Geechee ancestor who was kidnapped and brought to America on a slave-trading ship in the late 1700s. The tale touches Clementine’s soul, providing valuable lessons she will take to heart as she commits to learn about her own people. Were they resilient, intelligent, people with strong family values as Rosie’s were? Is there a “Quetta” in her history?

A lifelong friendship is formed in this unlikely pair, and a thirst for knowledge and an appreciation of life is instilled in a young girl who wished only to hurry through life and grow up.

Click here to see all available books by Florence Love Karsner on Amazon.


The Repentant Racist

Social Policy, Government Social Policy, Sociology, Public Affairs & Policy, Politics & Government

A history of evolving racial attitudes in the US from colonial times till the present, with reference to my own personal unfolding from racist to a person of tolerance and compassion.

Assisting me with that transformation were actual slaves who shared their life experiences with me.

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Wanderer’s Song

4.3 stars on 134 reviews

Epic Fantasy

Regular price $3.99. On sale for $0.99!

Book 1 of 3: Song of Prophecy Series

The one to crush the darkness…

Nearly three thousand years ago, the Prophet penned the Song of Prophecy, foretelling a time when darkness would engulf the world and threaten all life. The Malatirsay would come, the Chosen One to save the world of Dizhelim, wielding magic unseen in centuries. To prepare for this future time, the Hero Academy was built, its sole purpose to train the One. But it has lost its focus throughout the ages, not watching vigilantly for the signs of the end.

The time has arrived and the animaru have come, dark creatures of un-life, intent on snuffing out all living things and light itself. But where is the Malatirsay?

Aeden Tannoch, trained as a highland clan warrior, raised by the Gypta traveling people, could be the One, but he cannot use the promised magic. Yet. In the midst of the dark swarm invading his world, he must travel to the Hero Academy to seek the aid and tutelage of the masters there. The enemy has caught his scent and pursues him. If he doesn’t learn to use the power he is prophesied to employ, not only will he fall, but the entire world will die with him.

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The Munich Girl

4.4 stars on 404 reviews

Historical Fiction, Women’s Fiction

Regular price $5.99. On sale for $0.99!

Anna Dahlberg grew up eating dinner under her father’s war-trophy portrait of Eva Braun.

Fifty years after the war, she discovers what he never did—that her mother and Hitler’s mistress were friends.

The secret surfaces with a mysterious monogrammed handkerchief, and a man, Hannes Ritter, whose Third Reich family history is entwined with Anna’s.

Plunged into the world of the “ordinary” Munich girl who was her mother’s confidante—and a tyrant’s lover—Anna finds her every belief about right and wrong challenged. With Hannes’s help, she retraces the path of two women who met as teenagers, shared a friendship that spanned the years that Eva Braun was Hitler’s mistress, yet never knew that the men they loved had opposing ambitions.

Eva’s story reveals that she never joined the Nazi party, had Jewish friends, and was credited at the Nuremberg Trials with saving 35,000 Allied lives. As Anna’s journey leads back through the treacherous years in wartime Germany, it uncovers long-buried secrets and unknown reaches of her heart to reveal the enduring power of love in the legacies that always outlast war.

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