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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Tokyoites

    by Christopher T. Connor
    Kevin Connolly is an English teacher in Tokyo, Japan. He has lived in Tokyo for 5 years and he has just split with his beautiful Japanese girlfriend. He moved to Japan after a bad breakup with the love of his life. He is a heavy drinker and a fish out of water in Tokyo but has an appreciation of the Japanese people and culture. He travels throughout the city taking in the interesting sites, neon lights, red-light districts and izakaya’s (bars).
  • The Serpent Bearer

    by Kara Ford

    Breathe. Just breathe. Sometimes that’s all it takes to wipe away the bad memories. Other times, the swallowing darkness lurches Dani awake in a cold sweat, the bloodcurdling screams still echoing in her ears…

    But this year will be different—it has to be. This year Dani will lead her college lacrosse team to a championship and get into med school—and what’s wrong with having a little fun to keep her grounded?

    Except it’s not so simple when the ... more

  • Cash-n-Carry

    by Peter Sarda
    Bakersfield, California, 1978. At a drive-thru dairy store off Highway 99, three lives have a rendezvous with fate. For local trailer trash, Hanson's Cash-n-Carry is a dream job. For the confirmation class at St. Paul's, it's an entitlement. For a big-city cop with a drinking problem, it's a last chance. When he's offered a job on the steps of church, young Frank Lehmann thinks he's moving up in the world. Nobody told him that Cash-n-Carry is a breeding ground for cops, criminals, and worl... more

    by Penny Haw

    Faye Mackenzie and her friends’ anorexic daughter, Clare are thrown together when a flood separates them from their hiking group in the remote, mountainous Tsitsikamma region of South Africa. With Clare critically injured, Faye is compelled to overcome her self-doubt and fear of the wild to take care of the younger woman, who opens her heart to Faye.

    As their new friendship takes the women on an unexpected journey of discovery, the rest of the group wrestles with the harrowing aft... more

  • War of the Sparrows

    by Matt Strempel
    War of the Sparrows is an historical fiction book set ten years after the Siege of Tobruk during World War Two. Veteran Frank Miller grapples with civilian life; being a caring husband, a business owner, and present father after the trauma of war is a daily struggle. Guilt stemming from his actions—and inaction—during the war have left him guilt-ridden and an emotional wreck. While doing his best to carry on as though nothing is wrong, Frank seeks the man responsible for the historical abductio... more
  • Presence, the Play

    by William Jefferson
    Presence, the Play offers a penetrating perspective on the vital role personal presence plays in the essence of life. The protagonist of the novel is a playwright and monk named Script, who lives on the mythical Isle of Estillyen. On the opening night of Presence, Script’s beloved play, he is involved in a tragic accident and lapses into a prolonged coma. Set, in Script’s comatose state, Presence, the Play offers a meticulously crafted storyline evoking the imaginative prose of J. R. R. Tol... more
  • Tool For Solving Word Puzzles, Anagrams, Jumbles etc...

    by Randy Royes
    How The Word Jumble Solver Will Help you to Solve Word Jumbles If you're an avid gamer of word games, anagrams, and text jumbles, in that case our word jumble is going to be of good curiosity to you. Quite simply the Jumble Solver allows you to enter an array of letters, that may include things like wild cards and blank tiles, and then will work out a variety of words that can be produced from all of them to help you move forward within your game. To type in a wildcard, you only need to utili... more
  • Yara and Purr:The Rescue of a Purring Monkey

    by Yossi Lapid
    In the Amazon rainforest, a cute baby monkey named Purr is separated from his father, trapped in some freshly laid wires. Yara rescues the father and nurses his deep wounds. Will Yara be able to find Purr and reunite him with his worried Papa?
  • "There's Only 1 RACE, the human one says me!" A Children's Book: ENDING RACISM!

    by Kimberly Y. Erwin

    In the introductory pages of "There's only 1 RACE-the HUMAN one," says me!-A Children's Book: ENDING RACISM!, two statements reveals its purpose: "Teaching children about Race, Ethnicity, and Cultural Identity via scenarios and pictures of today's youth allows us a creative opportunity to root out & TO END a most ignorant & destructive 'ISM,' RACISM," so that "One day may we all (of every hue, shade, and tone) come to know the bea... more

  • A Season in Lights: A Novel in Three Acts

    by Gregory Erich Phillips

    Passion, ambition and escape, in the colorful artistic underworld off-Broadway.

    Cammie, a dancer in her mid-thirties, has just landed her first part in a show since coming to New York City. Yet the tug of familial obligation and the guilt of what she sacrificed to be there weigh down her dancing feet. Her lover, Tom, an older piano player, came to the city as a young man in the 1980s with a story eerily in tune with Cammie's own. Through their triumphs and failures, both learn the f... more

  • Everest-Six Feet Under

    by Alex T. Wolf
    In the City of Twin Falls Idaho five best friends drinking at a bar, as one friend drinks too much and gets intoxicated. He bets with each of his friends, to put $20,000 on the table betting that they can't climb MT. Everest within one and a half months. So the five friends Henry, Glendale, Shane, Jose, and Cleveland each bet that they could make it up to MT. Everest. Things did get rough though, with little experience the five friends suffered for the two weeks in the ice-cold environment. Only... more
  • Rise of Resistance

    by Alex T. Wolf
    All of his life, Lewis Smith knew only peace. He was smart, brave, and always knew what the right thing to do. Lewis was only fourteen years old when he saw his Father leave in a hurry one early morning. Not knowing where his Father is heading, Lewis follows him into town not knowing what was about to occur. Nothing could prepare Lewis for what he encounters. Within the first twenty-four hours, his life was forever changed, by the realities of war.
  • AntonTon

    by Irena Stanic Rasin
    AntonTon is a unique guy who does everything his own way. He may be a bit unusual, but he proves that it’s okay to be different. People like AntonTon make the world an interesting place. Every bit of progress in science, culture, sports, etc., has happened because some AntonTon did something outside the box. Enjoy the iconic Croatian poem by Grigor Vitez, the father of modern Croatian children's literature, in this first English translation combined with award-winning illustrations.
  • Wheel of the Fates: Book Two of the Carolingian Chronicles

    by J. Boyce Gleason
    It is 742. The throne is empty; the pagan states are in rebellion; Charles Martel's widow and youngest son have been imprisoned and the trust between Carloman and Pippin - the two brothers who remain in power is broken. Based on a true story, Wheel of the Fates picks up where the award-winning Anvil of God leaves off - chronicling the lives of Charles Martel's children as they vie for power in what's left of the kingdom..and their family.
  • Anvil of God: Book One of the Carolingian Chronicles

    by J. Boyce Gleason
    It's 741. After conquering a continent for the Merovingian kings, only one thing stands between Charles Martel and the throne - he's dying. Despite his best efforts, the only thing to reign after Charles' death is chaos. Based on a true story, Anvil of God is a whirlwind of love, honor, betrayal, and sacrifice that follows a bereaved family's relentless quest for power and destiny.
  • One Punk Summer

    by Skip Rhudy
    Years before SXSW and ACL Fest became world renowned music events Austin Texas had a vibrant punk subculture that directly influenced the expansion of the Austin music scene to what it is today. One Punk Summer captures the feel of those early and seminal years. The characters have a blast in a still undeveloped Austin discovering punk, partying, leaving home, and scratching out a living with all kinds of comical odd jobs. They create their own world and manage to put a band together, but the... more