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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • River of Blood

    by O'Fuel
    “A law doesn't exist until you fear it.” Sean Tower, reluctant beneficiary of a family tradition in law enforcement, spins headlong into the violent, corrupt world of a metropolitan police force. His anarchist idealism and the culture of the warrior cop prove destined for bloody collision.
  • Appreciation Day!

    by Larry Lalonde
    Conner is a boy who can’t see colours. He’s glum; stuck in a grey, lackluster world. His vibrant younger sister, Katie hatches a wild plan to help Conner use the emotion of appreciation to see colours for the first time. Katie’s plan relies on one crucial thing to succeed: a purple and blue dog! Appreciation Day! is an uplifting story for children struggling with sadness or despair. It’s a reminder that just one positive emotion, one happy thought, has the power to renew their relationship wit... more
  • The Extraordinary Explorations of Edson

    by Asher Lewis Stam
    A historical novella that will truly touch the reader’s heart. The story is narrated by an older man in the early middle ages, who relates his adventures as a younger boy, which the readers follow, and [spoiler ahead] he is taken away from all that he holds dear. He meets charming people but he is also a witness to the more 'animalistic' side of humans.
  • 200 Letters

    by Amy Watkins
    200 Letters is a spirited novel about two people trying to escape abusive relationships and finding love, strength, and endurance through their struggle. They are faced with the harshest of obstacles (hatred, jealousy, manipulation, physical danger, imprisonment, and persecution) on their journey. This page turner is filled with passion, drama, suspense and spiritual enlightenment.
  • Man from Ireland

    by Michele G. Charrier

    Her athletic ambitions kicked off a new romance. But when her training partner vanishes without a trace, will she survive to cross the finish line?

    Maddie St. Laurent’s marriage is beyond resuscitation. And what starts out as a way to breathe life back into her fifties, finishes with her rescuing a charming Irish cyclist. But after five intimate days and a surprise proposal, she’s shocked when her charismatic companion mysteriously disappears.

    When he ... more

  • If You're Gonna Be There

    by Loni Hoots
  • Around the Sun

    by Eric Michael Bovim
    Around the Sun is the story of Mark White, who seems to have it all. The head of a top Washington D.C. PR firm, he works with multibillion-dollar hi-tech clients, is in constant demand for TV appearances, and has meetings everywhere from Copenhagen to San Francisco. But Mark is still grieving for his deceased artist wife, Monica, and is only a part-time father to Colin, his eight-year-old son. Afflicted with apathy, Mark, leaves the reins of his business in the hands of his trusted consiglieri, ... more
  • The Beautiful Caterpillar

    by Ricky Patel
    What does it mean to be beautiful? The Beautiful Caterpillar is a thoughtfully written children’s story that examines the reality of “stranger danger” and bullying, through characters that children will love and relate to. Told in the words of a young boy and caterpillar, this story will teach children the significance of listening to their own intuition, the power of saying “no”, and the importance of celebrating their own beauty and confidence. Safety tips are provided for children and adults... more
  • 978-0-9980279-1-3

    by PD Scullin
    Step right up and witness an exciting, entertaining world of action and intrigue. It’s 1982, and Paul Driscoll is fate’s punching bag. His father recently died, he gets fired from his job, and his girlfriend dumps him. Desperate for money, the 23-year-old copywriter becomes a promoter with a traveling circus—and in his first town, falls in love. Katherine Flynn-Ryan is a divorced mother harboring a dark family secret. Although she knows the circus man will leave her, he promises to return... more
  • The Poet's War

    by Francis O'Neill
    It is Europe’s darkest time in near memory. American warrior poet Alistair Stears, thrown into Italian WWI through his mother’s love for an Italian colonel, experienced a convoy of the dying through burning provinces of Italy in the terrible retreat of 1917. It brought from him the great English poem of the Italian war. One war later, all gracious things await destruction, knowledge is burned, thought coarsened, manners trashed, perverted faith and truth follow the dictators’ flags—vultures t... more
  • Shame the Devil

    by Donna Scott
    England, 1643 The Civil War has created a great divide between those who support King Charles and those who would rather see his head on the block. Young Scot Colin Blackburne finds himself caught in the middle when he witnesses Parliamentarians murder his mother because of his father’s allegiance to the king. As further punishment, the family is sent to Yorkshire as indentured servants. Mistreated by his master and tormented by a Parliamentarian soldier, Colin vows to take up arms for the... more
  • Tweedledee and Tweedledum

    by Anders Roseberg
    Tweedledee and Tweedledum look so much alike that it really is hard to tell them apart. They look the same and dress the same, but are they really? We now get to dive into the private lives of our beloved twins to find out how different they really are!
  • Baby Shark Saves the Day

    by Christian Bergstrom

    From Amazon #1 best-selling mindfulness and psychology author: Baby Shark Saves the Day is a fun book for ages 3-8 that makes mindfulness both easy and fun while showing how we can handle difficult emotions in everyday situations.

    To make mindful breathing kid-friendly we figured out many playful ways together with my 5-year old son. Baby Shark breathing was one of the funniest and most memorable and we wanted to share it with the world in the form of a fun engaging book that shows you ... more

  • Cuppy and Stew

    by Eric Goodman
    Real People, Real Tragedy — A Story Told the Way it Must Have Happened — Grabs Readers in Eric Goodman’s New Can’t-Put-it-Down Novel, Cuppy and Stew... Over the years, novelist Eric Goodman’s books have been described in many ways – readable, fascinating, raw, honest. He describes his latest work a little differently -- part historical novel, part memoir, part love story. Goodman might be a little too modest when referring to Cuppy and Stew (IF SF Publishing, San Francisco), as this book ... more
  • Slender Notions

    by Nicholas Antonopoulos
    An unapologetic work of fiction that scintillates with wit and vigorous honesty scouring every page. Leo--an aspiring writer in his early-twenties living in suburban Massachusetts--is a discreet heroin addict unable to stomach the inanity of day to day life, living vicariously through the writings of Henry Miller and Jack Kerouac. Drug-laden trips to a local Zen Monastery and shoplifting excursions at the local bookstore occupy his idle time. After being invited to a poetry reading in Boston, he... more
  • The Cowboys of Mill Creek Manor

    by Dave Webb

    Cookie Morgan wants to be a teacher when she grows up. Or a cowboy. After a series of enlightening events during the summer of 1950, she realizes that the heroes in her favorite westerns can't hold a candle to the ones in her tiny coal town in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. Cookie and the other kids in her neighborhood spend an ample amount of their free time pretending to be the stars of their favorite cowboy movies and shows. Up to this point in their lives, they could only see t... more