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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Invisible Sun

    by Andrew H. Housley
    Bent to the point of breaking, Ian stands at Lake Pontchartrain's edge in New Orleans, spiraling after his brother Hugo's suicide. Everything sinks around him—the city, his faith, and perhaps his life—as he untangles the reason behind Hugo's fatal decision. In Invisible Sun, Andrew H. Housley probes mental illness and the painful consequences of choice. He questions brotherly bonds, belief systems, and interconnectedness with profound intricacy, immersing readers in a world where reality blu... more
  • Milo the Pacifier Hero

    by Lindsey Coker Harris
    Dive into an adorable superhero story that inspires kids to say goodbye to their pacifiers! Milo is a special kind of superhero! He’s on a mission to help kids grow up and get rid of their pesky pacifiers, so that he can give them to other babies in need. He swoops from house to house, showing children how they can help the world and making them excited to let go of their pacifiers! Featuring a lovely rhyming narrative and colorful illustrations that leap from every page, this fun and fant... more
  • First Sons and Last Daughters

    by Samar Reine
    Peyton Chase’s marriage, motherhood, and artistic legacy are threatened by her brilliant, cruel son who constantly makes her feel like a failure. Hell-bent on winning at all costs, what won’t he do to tear down everything she’s built? How far will she go to show him love while protecting her family? Years later, Peyton's life takes a dramatic turn. Amid a tumultuous family dynamic, her two biological children are locked in a bitter rivalry. An old flame resurfaces, offering a different life,... more
  • Willow Gets Schooled

    by Joshua Evan Roig
    Learn to face some of the hardest challenges of youth through the heartwarming story of Willow the skunk who feels like an outsider.
  • Willy, the FIghting Fish, Joins the 82nd Airborne

    by Candi G

    Don't judge a book by its cover!! Willy will prove just that.

    This book is about an Amazing Fish named Willy. Willy dreams of being a Paratrooper with the US Army's 82nd Airborne. Willy' always wanted to be in the Army and now he has a chance. Come with Willy on his journey from Vietnam, to the US Army's 82ndAIRBORNE.

    Willy the Fighting Fish, is different from most fish. Turn the pages of Willy the Fighting Fish, joins the US Army's 82nd AIRBORNE.

    Learn what it takes to be a... more

  • The Last Person In The World

    by Matthew Tree
    In the 1970s, Europe is awash with armed left-wing organisations: Action Directe in France, the RAF in Germany, and so on.. Then a new one pops up in England, called The Vanguard. Its targets are highly unusual. As are its members. As you will see.
  • Beyond the Eyes of a Believer

    by Earnest Lewis

    'A magical story told through the eyes of the bold'

    "In my eight-year-old world, life felt like an imaginary tale. Throughout these years, I began to use my imagination as a stepping stone. I no longer had to wish to be healthier, because I COULD be healthier. I no longer had to wish to be normal, because I COULD be myself. I no longer wished for a superhero to save me, because I COULD be that superhero. But when an unexpected challenge threatens to shatter reality, I sough... more

  • Mirrors & Smoke

    by Adrienne Stevenson

    "Mirrors & Smoke" is a story of one woman’s courage and perseverance to save her family when the United States invades Canada in the War of 1812. Rebecca Plummer is a herbalist and midwife in Niagara, Upper Canada. Her situation both before and during the War of 1812 is complicated by her feminist attitude and activities to help other women, both of which run counter to the colonial establishment. She negotiates colonial life and turbulent times in the years leading up to and ... more

  • Rocky's Amazing Rescue

    by Ellen Marie Claire

    Rocky's Amazing Rescue is a story about a brave shelter dog who finds his forever home. While exploring his new home, Rocky makes an unusual discovery, and finds himself on an exciting rescue mission with some new found friends.

  • Daughter's Fortune: Not a Pirate Book

    by Cheryl L-G Trent
    1688. Jeaneau, The Lady Captain, finds herself unknowingly assisting in a royal coup. To make matters worse she then sails the exiled King James to France to kick off the Nine Years war and Jacobean Rebellion. All the while trying to avoid arranged marriage she ends up in the arms of an abuser while crushing on a British Naval Officer. Official Blurb: It's got action, adventure, sword fighting, sailing, true love, intrigue, betrayal, murder, and yes, it's a kissing book. Jeaneau, The Lad... more
  • Shit That We Should Never Pass Along, and All That We Can Not Leave Behind

    by M.J. Boin De
    A boomer and her Xer daughter’s propensities towards calling each other’s generational bullshit out in front of a rural town in the late 1980’s, proves that the worst of us can still move the best of us forward in time.
  • Darkness Beyond the Window,

    by Alexander Elbert
    A story from Ukraine that connects the past and the present times.
  • Illuminating Darwin: Arabella's Light

    by Jill George
    Young Arabella Buckley secures a coveted role as a literary assistant to the renowned geologist Sir Charles Lyell. As Arabella's scientific prowess grows, she captures the attention of the influential minds of her time, including the enigmatic Charles Darwin himself. Despite prevailing notions of female inferiority, Arabella's talents transcend gender barriers, forging a unique friendship and collaboration with Darwin. Together, they revolutionized the scientific world by translating Darwin's ... more
  • Echolocation And Other Stories

    by Sarah Cimarusti
    Echolocation And Other Stories, is a collection of literary fiction featuring a female narrator who moves various times and has to reinvent herself in every location. She struggles with a chaotic home life and identity issues. Readers experience the various stages of her life and find themselves in different places across the Midwest and briefly in Cali, where her family loses their home in a wildfire. Echolocation explores various topics around identity: spiritual evaluation, sexual orientation... more
  • Distortion

    by Sierra Ernesto Xavier

    "Distortion could be the most daringly original and breathtakingly powerful work of literary fiction to emerge in recent years.Highly recommended."
    Chris Riches - Daily Express

    “A literary masterpiece of restraint and intimacy that breaks down barriers to reconnect readers with the vulnerablemind and beating heart of humanity." Richard Moriarty - The Sun

    “Let's face it, literary fiction can be pretentio... more

  • Elly Robin : Bird in a Gilded Cage (The Ordeals of Elly Robin)

    by PD Quaver
    While studying piano with a famous Italian virtuoso, fifteen-year old prodigy Elly Robin at first considers the patronage of the immensely wealthy LaSalle family a stroke of good fortune. But her social ineptness makes her a laughing stock to the LaSalle children. And Elly soon realizes the ostensibly respectable family harbors terrible secrets.