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SunLit Excerpt: “The Entrepreneur’s Weekly Nietzsche” offers philosophical view of business culture

Co-authors Dave Jilk and Brad Feld examine entrepreneurial models through the lens of quotes from philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche

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SunLit Excerpt: “The Girl Who Dared to Defy” galvanized Denver’s domestic mutiny

Jane Little Botkin's historical work traces the impact of Jane Street's Denver "housemaid rebellion" in the wake of the Ludlow Massacre

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SunLit Excerpt: In “Magic and Misrule,” an impromptu job fair draws mostly inept hero candidates

In this volume of her Mishap's Heroes fantasy series, author KM Merritt describes the search for brave fighters willing to take on an adventure

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SunLit Excerpt: “Unstoppable” recounts historic journey of Colorado’s first IVF mom

The mother of the state's earliest "test-tube baby" led the way toward groundbreaking reproductive health possibilities

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SunLit Excerpt: An account of improbable cesarean success by “The Cape Doctor” introduces this historical novel

In EJ Levy's Colorado Book Award winner, the doctor based on a real-life figure encounters a woman dying in childbirth in 19th-century South Africa

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SunLit Excerpt: In “Red Rabbit on the Run,” a woman with a strange story isn’t sure where to turn

Jodi Bowersox weaves a fast-paced tale of a protagonist who escaped the men who sold her into sex slavery -- and now trusts no one

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SunLit Excerpt: Lessons of lifetimes surface in “The Reincarnationist Papers”

R. Eric Maikranz's debut novel explores the protagonist's realization he has lived -- and remembers -- former lives. And he's not alone.

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SunLit Excerpt: Life or death rumbles toward the author in “The Next Everest”

Veteran climber Jim Davidson describes the life-changing experience of having an earthquake and dual avalanches descend on his camp

SunLit Excerpt: In “Desert Chrome,” a woman’s familiar sense of place points her toward salvation

Author Kathryn Wilder's instincts steer her toward a beloved landscape where she first discovers the wild mustangs that help her find herself

SunLit Excerpt: “Hurts” explores the hoop dreams of a complex high school sisterhood

In this short story from "Mixed Company," author Jenny Shank follows high school girls struggling to find their place on the court

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SunLit Excerpt: “Jeremy Bannister” offers a comedic peek at a fledgling “big shot novelist”

The author, the late Gary Reilly, constructed the novel about a young, aspiring writer in a form he described as "experimental"

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SunLit Excerpt: In “Alpha,” moments of calm before the Navy SEALs’ world changes

New York Times reporter David Philipps chronicles the case that rattled the culture of America's elite fighting unit

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SunLit Excerpt: In “Luther, Wyoming,” a sheriff tries to conceal his corruption

Co-authors Mario Acevedo and Tomas Alamilla teamed up to create a gangster tale set to a backdrop of the Old West

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SunLit Excerpt: In “The New Neighbor,” a life-changing text message collides with grief

Carter Wilson's psychological thriller begins with a widower struggling to reconcile wondrous economic fortune on the worst day of his life

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SunLit Excerpt: “The Mike File” reveals one family’s story of a boy lost to the mental health system

In his memoir, author Stephen Trimble reaches back through time to understand the brother he never really knew

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SunLit Excerpt: “Breath, Suspended” charts in poetry the depths of a mother’s grief

After Diane Alters' 22-year-old son, Armando, died suddenly in Mexico, she worked through her emotions by writing. Poetry became the vehicle for her journey.

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Sunlit Excerpt: “Saving Yellowstone” views an iconic landscape through lens of Reconstruction, national expansion

Author Megan Kate Nelson traces the American fascination with the Yellowstone region and its impact on an evolving nation

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SunLit Excerpt: “Pieces of Everyone, Everywhere” digs deep, but carefully, into Denver history

This short story from the collection "Denver Noir" revolves around a young person at work exhuming bodies from a cemetery that became Cheesman Park

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SunLit Excerpt: “Grand Mal” introduces one man’s story of late onset epilepsy

A mosquito bite led to encephalitis and flu-like symptoms, but author Robert V. Dodge had only begun to feel the impact of damage to his brain

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SunLit Excerpt: “Gone to Darkness” begins with a fog-shrouded mystery by the tracks

Newly minted detective Sydney Parnell and her K9 partner follow their instincts in this edition of author Barbara Nickless' series

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