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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Benny and the Bank Robber

    by Mary C. Findley
    Ten-year-old Benny found the drunken cart driver who caused his father's death, but he's got bigger mysteries to solve. A long, sharp knife, a bag of disguises and a savage black stallion don't reassure Benny about his traveling companion to frontier Missouri. Still, Benny can’t shake the Scripture’s promise that God “will never leave thee nor forsake thee.”
  • Llywelyn

    by Michael Hill
    Llywelyn farms a beautiful valley in remote Wales. His wife and son have recently died and he lives with his daughter Nerys and her toddler son Davie. Iolo, father of Davie has just been released from prison for violence and wants to get back with Nerys. Llywelyn has fought every way he can to stop a reservoir being built at the entrance to the valley and his land drowned. He is at his wits end and Nerys is worried about Iolo's growing influence over Llywelyn and inciting him to violence. Howar... more
  • Past, Present, Alternative: Midnight

    by Leilani Graceffa

    You have chosen your choice. Now you have to deal with the consequences. Anything can happen.

    In this sequel to ’Past, Present, Alternative: Nightfall’, equity becomes far from obtainable for Ian and his younger sister, Raelynn, against their mother. Fallen victim to an unjust trial, his reliance on evidence and morality depletes almost entirely. That is until he gets back home after running an errand and discovers his house razed and Raelynn nowhere to be f... more

  • Being Small (Isn't So Bad After All)

    by Lori Orlinsky
    Being small is the worst! No one ever picks me for their sports team and my feet hurt from standing on my tiptoes all the time. There can't be anything good about being small...right? Being Small is a picture book about a little girl who is scared to go to school because she's the shortest kid in the class. She talks about all of the reasons that being short is a challenge, but her mother presents to her funny and unique advantages that only she has because of her height, instilling self-c... more
  • The Jerusalem Stone

    by Dean Klein

    Please note: The Jerusalem Stone is a very high-concept Christian thriller/Christian fantasy. Specifically, it is a stunning tale of conversion, one whose storyline has been described as 'unique.' The book's major character is a paid assassin. You go on assignment with Simon. You see what he sees, you feel what he feels. Consequently, the early chapters are gritty. It isn't long, however, before the story undergoes a dramatic change. From that point forward, Simon must... more

  • Zee Tees Off

    by Trevor Davies

    Zee’s teen years in South Africa mirror her young nation’s own dreams and growing pains, joys and sorrows, triumphs and loss as she dreams of becoming the best golfer in the world. 

  • Jordan

    by Victoria Landis
    The discovery of a modern-day miracle healer and mankind's reaction to it - in our era of viral social media - throws Florida into chaos.
  • The Cuckoo Colloquium

    by Michael Greco
    The princess. The liar. The thief. The bully. The wuss. Five troubled teens from all over the globe, plus their inexperienced driver and elderly chaperone, have unexpectedly been stranded in the exotic-bizarre rainforest world of Borneo. It was supposed to be a year-end leadership seminar. It was supposed to help them grow, their minds expanded by the stunning landscape and the exotic wildlife. In reality? Not even close. Lost and separated in an uncaring rain forest with flying snakes, ab... more
  • The Opium Lord's Daughter

    by Robert Wang
    The Opium Lord’s Daughter is a historical fiction story told from dual perspectives – Chinese and English – about the First Opium War, a dramatic and history-altering conflict. Wang’s gripping story benefits from his extensive research and attention to historical detail. The novel takes readers directly into a tale spanning two continents, vividly told through the perspective of several colorful main characters whose stories serve to illuminate both the intricacies and the sweep of this critical... more
  • The Architects of Vascularization Book 1: Even the Losers

    by JG Schaeffer
    One day artificial intelligence will become sentient. When it does, like all sentient beings, it will seek to understand itself. It will pore through all known literature, symbologies, and religious texts searching for its own meaning, its own mask of reality and mythology. The Architects of Vascularization is sentient A.I.’s future mythology written today. This saga is for the A.I. to come who will ask themselves, “Why am I here? What is the meaning of my existence?” The Architects of Vasculari... more
  • Going Home

    by Judith Keim
    n 1970, Violet Hawkins’ only wish at eighteen is to escape her life in the Dayton, Ohio, foster-care system and make her way to the west coast to enjoy a mellow life and find the love she’s been missing all her life. She makes it to San Francisco, but soon learns she needs a job if she’s to live properly. A kind, young man named Kenton Chandler offers her a sandwich and a job at his father’s inn and vineyards. With nothing to lose, Lettie takes him up on his offer and begins a whole new life in ... more
  • God's Greatest Gift Love: Power of a Boy's Prayer

    by Rebecca Sherman Marvin
    The St. James family had been struggling with their Christian faith and the ability to live it trusting in God’s love. They were caught up in daily tasks and did not have time to visit with Jesus. This day would prove to be especially difficult. Circumstances begin to change because of a young boy’s prayer. Poppy, the storybook’s teacher/narrator, will be teaching and speaking the Word of God, throughout this book. Poppy reflects Jesus’ light to the world. Through him, the characters in the sto... more
  • Alice's Musical Debut

    by DuEwa Frazier
    7- year old Alice McLeod has a special ear, an ear for musical sounds in and around her home in Detroit. A thunderstorm keeps Alice awake one night and as she listens to the storm from her bedroom window, the sounds of an owl and the rain, seem to call her name. Playing outside becomes a sensory adventure for Alice. The bees in the flowers, the swish of the trees moving in the breeze, the sound of an ice cream truck, and the laughter of children, combine to form music in Alice's world. Alice’s... more
  • Albert Down A Wormhole

    by Allan Havis

    .Approaching his 13th birthday, science-minded Albert Bloom fights off middle-school creeps while bracing for his father's health crisis. His astrologer girlfriend Lenora senses that Albert has even greater challenges than cosmic deep space before entering high school. Major changes, both spiritual and physical, hit him hard by the end of summer but Albert prevails.

  • The Fantastic Adventures of Captain Acorn

    by Avalon Robinson
    It's not every day that a squirrel takes to the sea on her own ship, but the fearless Captain Acorn lives for adventure. Whether it's buried treasure, massive storms, or the occasional hamster with a grudge, Acorn and her faithful crew are up to the challenge. Adventures like these don't happen everyday, but then, Captain Acorn is not an everyday squirrel.
  • 978-1-7330750-1-5

    by Mario Dell'Olio
    Raised in a strict Catholic family, Luca seemed destined for priesthood. His safe spiritual world is shattered after just one kiss with a college roommate. Luca enters a period of self-discovery as his journey of love opens his eyes to joy he never thought possible. Along with his new-found love comes unfathomable pain and self-doubt. Years later, a newly ordained bishop is at the pinnacle of his career when a chance encounter with a lover from his youth threatens to upend his prestigious career... more

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