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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Seeing Red

    by Claudia Ricci
    At 19, Ronda Cari gave up a promising career in ballet when she became pregnant by her college professor. Now, 18 years later and the mother of two boys, she gives up her marriage to follow her flamenco-guitarist lover Jesus to Spain, where he has disappeared. Her journey of discovery leads her to unveil the secret behind her lover's departure and renews her love of dance, this time through the magic of flamenco.
  • The Reluctant Visionary

    by Datta Groover
    Biracial, living in one of the whitest counties in Texas, twenty-nine-year-old Jess Atwood is plagued by visions she doesn’t want and can’t control. At the same time, she struggles to keep her family’s organic farm out of foreclosure. In 1960s Tennessee, Jess’s grandma Anna Mae has her own visions, which she thinks are divinely inspired. Each woman deals with her own visions differently, but both find themselves in trouble due to following—and sometimes not following—them. Jess must overcome h... more
  • When We Are Apart

    by Becca Johnsey
    Each night after school, your dad tucks you in tight. He reads about trucks, turns on your night light. But sometimes for work, your daddy’s away. You miss him so much more than you can say. When We Are Apart is a sweet rhyming picture book to help families cope with separation while a parent is away. This book will help even your youngest child name their feelings, cope with their emotions, and navigate through them while being reassured that they are loved unconditionally. Based on debut aut... more
  • Hearts of Cotton

    by Uliana Domasheva
    Anatole Grey (45) is a worldwide famous bestselling author recovering from depression caused by the death of his wife. After 5 years of silence and rehabilitation, Anatole is preparing for the release of his new book, which according to the media, is expected to be better than anything he has ever written. However, Anatole did not write the book – he stole it from his own daughter. His autistic daughter from his first marriage wrote the book to get the attention and love from her father that she... more
  • Crying Is for Women

    by Zafarul Azam
    Just published eBook on Amazon, paperback release date is 30 Sept. - A man, out for prayers, is found dead by a river bank and the reader is off to the races in this relentlessly paced twentieth century chronicle. - Human irrationality is front and center in this historical fiction theater. The book’s provocative title is but one example of such, now outdated, criteria formulated by man. - A child of humble beginnings grows up to find himself thrown into turbulent... more
  • How We Healed: a novel

    by Melody Fowler
    There is nothing ordinary about the journey we take in life, or the people in it. A tale of starting over and an unforgettable odyssey of healing. How We Healed follows Drunetta Brown, an oppressed black housewife desperate to escape her drunkard husband and small-town southern life. After fleeing with her youngest children to New York City in 1957, she finds unlikely friendship with Sister Rose, a church secretary, and Miss “Raycie” Rayceen, a boisterous bar singer. These women prove to be t... more
  • Xylene X Band

    by Charles Harvey
    It’s 1985. Joe Ecks is a rock star guitarist for X Band. He’s a bad rock star, though, despite the fact that he is a musical genius. In an emotional moment, he has a seizure, and his personality changes drastically. The new personality calls itself Mike Smith and is shown to be the direct opposite of Joe’s old personality. For example, the Mike Smith personality loves Joe’s life (including Joe’s wife Angie), and he wants to live it forever. But there’s a hitch: the new personality can’t play gu... more
  • Roebell Sandwich

    by Martin Patin

    Twelve-year-old Paul Roebell has a dream: He wants to be on TV.  As he pursues that dream while living a typical boy's life, he experiences a roller-coaster ride of highs and lows that impact not only himself but his friends and family as well.  Will Paul be successful in his goal, or will he be met with disappointment?  And how will he handle that outcome?


  • An Empty House by the River

    by Robert Hays
    Life has been good in the old Prather house on the bluff overlooking Singleton’s Branch. Then the second “once in a hundred years” flood in a decade brings changes that will affect the Prather family for years to come. Lacy, who sees beauty wherever she looks and expects others to be as good as she is, can no longer count on her big brother to protect her from an abusive husband, and the family learns a hard truth: No one is immune to the quirks of fate, be they blessings or tragedies, and the r... more
  • The Lollipop Lickin' Lizards

    by Carey Wilson
    These lizards are just plain ornery! Join us for a trio of lollipop-lickin’ lizard brothers causing mischief and mayhem throughout their day. Hold on, here we go!
  • Cinders (Good Tales For Bad Dreams Book 1)

    by V.M. Sawh
    As a slave in the bawdy Black House, Rella longs to escape the whips and chains of her existence. She is chosen for a dangerous mission and offered a chance at freedom. There is only one condition: first she must assassinate the Prince.
  • Hontas (Good Tales For Bad Dreams Book 2)

    by V.M. Sawh
    In this rip-roaring Wild West adventure, intrepid bounty hunters Pocahontas and John embark on a dangerous mission to stop a train run by a sadistic, slave-driving madman.
  • Setsuko & the Seven Samurai

    by V.M. Sawh
    Jealous of Setsuko's beauty, the wicked geisha Izanami orchestrates the murder of her father, the daimyo of a mountaintop castle. After an assassination attempt leads to a coup, Setsuko suffers a catastrophic injury and is forced to flee the only place she's ever called home and take refuge in the woods with a group of exiled samurai. Orphaned, abandoned, and disabled, Setsuko must learn the truth of what it means to be a samurai, if she ever hopes to reclaim her family's honour and take her rev... more
  • FEAR OF THE GUN: A tale set in the New Mexico and Arizona Territories 1849 - 1884

    by John Gerts
    FEAR OF THE GUN: In February 1849, Lorenzo, a Mexican-American war veteran, walks west from Albuquerque toward the Alta California gold fields. Lost in the Ponderosa Pines of the San Francisco Peaks mountain range, Lorenzo is saved from hypothermia and Cholera by Hanna, a Jewish sheep rancher living alone. Hanna and Lorenzo build a supply station for the surveyors and crews of the Beale Wagon Road, while Hanna schools their three children, Jeremiah, Zachary, and Sarah. Tragedy prompts Lor... more
  • Marrying Myself

    by Christine Melanie Benson
    Julia Jones is about to marry her uber-wonderful, uber-wealthy soulmate, ditch her dead-end nonprofit job, and finally focus on her stalled art. But when the wedding doesn't go quite according to plan, Julia's real-life fairy tale is suddenly out the window - leaving her happy ending up to her, and her alone. Looking for a fun, often funny read with substance and a jolt of self-love? Pick up Marrying Myself and fall in love with Julia, with Boston - and, most of all, with yourself.
  • Two Buck Hope (The Hope Series)

    by Tami Morning
    Harvey Aguilar owns two pairs of pants and lives in the shabbiest apartment complex in the school district, but he keeps quiet about his family’s tightrope walk with homelessness. When his classmates come to believe he lost a lottery ticket worth millions, people start paying more attention, and the careful illusions Harvey created at school crumble. With more scrutiny on his lifestyle comes more shame. As Harvey wrestles with feelings of inadequacy, he must chart a path to find his own worth... more