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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Adventures of Anna and Andy Hummingbird

    by Linda P. Young
    A couple of sibling hummingbirds take children on their adventures. It is a picture book with nice large pictures so children can see what is going on. 10 book series with 1 - 8 published.
  • Who Trespass Against Us

    by D.P. Conway
    The Untold Story of the Life and Judgment of the Las Vegas Shooter, Stephen Paddock tracing his roots back to an infamous murder in the 19th century in Dundee, Scotland.
  • I'll Take My Chances-Volume 3

    by Gary Turner
    Gary Turner’s first novel, I’ll Take My Chances Volume 1, begins a historical fiction trilogy primarily based on members of the author’s family, spanning five generations. The novel begins in the 1850s with the Turner’s aboriginal roots in the Great Plains of Canada and the United States. It catalogues the struggles of the plains peoples including the battle of the Little Big Horn. The plot shifts to pre-First War England and introduces Sidney Turner, who immigrates to Canada in 1911 with plans... more
  • I'll Take My Chances-Volume 2

    by Gary Turner
    Gary Turner’s first novel, I’ll Take My Chances Volume 1, begins a historical fiction trilogy primarily based on members of the author’s family, spanning five generations. The novel begins in the 1850s with the Turner’s aboriginal roots in the Great Plains of Canada and the United States. It catalogues the struggles of the plains peoples including the battle of the Little Big Horn. The plot shifts to pre-First War England and introduces Sidney Turner, who immigrates to Canada in 1911 with plans... more
  • I'll Take My Chances-Volume 1

    by Gary Turner
    Gary Turner’s first novel, I’ll Take My Chances Volume 1, begins a historical fiction trilogy primarily based on members of the author’s family, spanning five generations. The novel begins in the 1850s with the Turner’s aboriginal roots in the Great Plains of Canada and the United States. It catalogues the struggles of the plains peoples including the battle of the Little Big Horn. The plot shifts to pre-First War England and introduces Sidney Turner, who immigrates to Canada in 1911 with plans... more
  • How Clover Broke The House

    by Linda Terrell
    This is a colorfully illustrated story about a very lucky dog. He name is Clover because the spots on his back make a perfect four-leaf clover, but as you will find out, that is not what makes him lucky. He has a very nice family, and a very happy life, except for one huge problem, Clover just loves to eat, it is his favorite pastime, he doesn't seem to have a stopping point, until one day he literally reaches a breaking point, causing a major catastrophe for his whole family.
  • Finding Santa: The Adventure of Greedy Elf

    by Ellie Elf
    What happens when an elf in Santa's workshop decides to keep everything for himself? Using magic, Greedy Elf shrinks Santa and takes over the workshop. Solve the clues that a pixie leaves behind and break the spell. Told by Ellie Elf, Santa's photographer, this picture book captures the North Pole in a new way.
  • Who Trespass Against Us: The Untold Story of the Life and Judgment of the Las Vegas Shooter & One Girl's Journey through that Da

    by D.P. Conway
    In his debut novel “Who Trespass Against Us,” D.P. Conway uses fast-paced storytelling to bring you the untold story of the life and judgment of the Las Vegas shooter. A work of fiction based on actual events, Conway takes what is known, and imagines what is missing to write a compelling narrative that gives an answer to the question “Why?” The story begins with the dark connection to the killer’s ancestry and moves quickly into the criminal life of his father, Bingo Bruce, and his “Bonnie a... more
  • Faith and Drama: Plays and Readings from a Biblical Perspective

    by Tamara Lattin
    Faith and Drama contains twenty-seven short plays and seven dramatic readings that have been performed originally as part of a Christian theater ministry in the Middle East. Every piece is based on Scripture and has been written to have the impact of a mini-sermon. The goal is to entertain but more importantly to teach, encourage and change behavior. As citizens of the Kingdom of God our response to day-to-day circumstances should not come from family, culture, or national identity, but on who w... more
  • The Trouble with Grits

    by Phyllis Pittman
    A 2017 Faulkner/Wisdom Finalist, The Trouble with Grits visits a mid-century small Mississippi town, its Old South culture, customs, and rarely met expectations. It begins in a time when young ladies in the South were supposed to do nothing more than get married, produce offspring, and can tomatoes—successfully and in that order. But times, they are a changin’. With the skillful wielding of her pen, humorist Phyllis Pittman makes us a part of the family and community grappling with the changi... more
  • Meat The Family, based on Meat My Uncle by Erez Bailen

    by Erez BailEN
    Meat The Family synopsis Meat The Family is a screenplay based on Meat My Uncle. Meat My Uncle is about a kid with a wild imagination talking about his family and adventures through his crazy fantasy point of view. Meat The Family is quite a R-Rated version of the short story about the Kid in his Middle ages, talking about his past and brings out more of the humor that the short story had.
  • Look at Liddie Longlegs!

    by Denise Camille Frye

    Going into seventh grade in 1956, Lydia Longley (Liddie) has read every "saint book" in her classroom library at St. Anthony Catholic School. She is especially inspired by saints who are like herself - very young, or very poor, and strives for sainthood by following St. Therese's Little Way, offering as sacrifice, all the hardships she endures in her daily living. Liddie believes she's on her way to achieving her goals when a tragic house fire destroys the family's home ... more

  • Literary All-Sorts - A Selection of Stories, Essays and Poems to Suit Every Taste

    by Dorothy Piper
    During my eighty-plus year life, I have written many short stories, essays and poems, and several books. I have collected my best work in the below 30,000-word length category, and invite the reader to curl up in a comfy chair and dip into humor, opinions, memoire, horror, even a humorous novella - it's all here for you to sample.
  • more than just a son

    by Randolph Christopher Longstreet
    Phillip Anderson, a former college football player who stands six feet eight inches tall, is appalled after catching his youngest son trying to copy ballet dancers on TV. He is inclined to believe that eight-year-old Brandon is displaying gay tendencies. Since Brandon shows remarkable athletic ability, Phillip encourages his young son to immerse himself in sports, which should direct him properly into manhood and away from being a “sissy-boy”. Over the years, Brandon develops into a celebrate... more
  • An Evening In Wonderland. A Brief Story of Maths, Physics & The Universe

    by Jacqueline Koay
    You know Alice Liddell. You probably read about her in Through The Looking Glass or Adventures of Alice in Wonderland. Well, she has now resurfaced in Oxford, at the university, as a first year postgraduate in theoretical physics. Time does play tricks, and nowhere more so than Oxford, where the bloody bells wouldn't stop bonging. Alice has two problems. One: she knew more physics than her professor. Two: she is madly in love with him and he is married with three children! (to a dumb woman... more
  • The Sweetness of Her Self

    by Mark Herder

    "The Sweetness of Her Self" recasts the love story of Orpheus and Eurydice set against the backdrop of the 1980s Hollywood punk scene. 
     
    Johnny O., singer for an up-and-coming punk band, first notices Anne Jennings during one of the band’s gigs. He quickly becomes intoxicated with this otherworldly woman, her eyes the color of absinthe. Who is she? What is she? No matter: she quickly becomes his lover and his muse, their love creating its own myth, a defen... more

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