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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Your Special Name

    by Amanda McDonald Sheff
    This children's book was inspired by Amanda's three angels Billy Mac, Samuel, and Stella Grace. Your Special Name encourages kids of all ages to embrace the history and excitement in their name and respect and connect with the potential meaning of others names. With expressive illustrations and bits of humor, it will be a book loved ones will always remember.
  • The Haunted Soul Brother: Summoned

    by Clarence M. Allen
    The Haunted soul Brother is a Monster and Creature who have evolved into a haunted life form and has been “Summoned” by many of those brutalized, raped, enslaved and even murdered victims in life who lay in their grave. Many of these murdered victims have become restless, yearning, and silently screaming while they lay in their graves throughout the years and centuries and they have begun to “Summoned” for something and for someone to come because at the time of their demise there was no one who... more
  • Noah, No!

    by Kristen Cornell

    Noah, No! is the story of a mischievous little boy and the many ways he drives his family bonkers...all while earning their love and adoration. This playful and delightful book chronicles the explorative phase of a toddler's life from the perspective of an older sibling. Noah, No! is a humourous board book with colourful illustrations and repetition that both kids and parents will love reading again and again.

  • Vellakari

    by Anna Siduri
    Scaith Donegal is a sassy, uncensored Scottish-American soldier on deployment in Iraq. After narrowly escaping a terrorist attack, she takes leave in New Zealand, but when tragedy strikes again, she finds herself in the remote mountainous jungles of South India. With an injury and limited communications, she meets local entrepreneur and thrill-seeker, Aryan Visu, who assists in her return to Iraq while seducing her into his world of wild elephants, tea plantations, curry, and the Tamil language.... more
  • Pesticide Spraying Company in Riyadh

    by trese3 trese

    Pesticide Spraying Company in Riyadh

    The cheapest commercial pest control service in Saudis is the cheapest sopranino act through an agency spraying pesticides at the cheapest cost with you from an imported company spraying insecticides for the cheapest price in growing green vegetation in Saudi. They have gained popularity for their growing services and offer high quality services for the gardeners who seek their services. They are providing the growing needs of Saudi to the world ... more

  • Exploratory Tales

    by Laura Clementz
    One story that intertwines two fables set in nature. Fables with a fresh perspective that will pull you in with unique adventures, then leave you enlightened. In a world of magical realism, Mikita must make a choice. Should she continue on the path they have groomed her for and become the next spiritual leader of the village? Her question leads her on an exploratory to discover who she is inside and her unique path. Then there is Gareth. He struggles to reach new heights in his creativity as an ... more
  • Fifty Year Old Tryst

    by Robert Cherny
    In an old man’s worst nightmare, the FBI drops two little girls, products of a fifty-year-old tryst, into the custody of a retired small-town attorney while exploiting their mothers for an investigation into an international crime syndicate.
  • Butcher Boy Rebellion

    by Robert Cherny
    Standing in the blood of the man who tried to kill him, the boy, almost a man, froze, horrified at what he had done. The head, separated from the body, lay face down in the forest undergrowth. Blood flowed from the open neck onto the mat of decaying leaves. There had been no time. There had been no time to think. No time to plan. Only one would walk away from that confrontation in the woods. The boy had gotten the better of this man who had killed many before him. When the woman, dressed to ble... more
  • To The Last Silver

    by Durga Devi G
    The story is set in fifteen century in a fictional city Rithvabhor.It is bestowed with silver.Slowly twins from a neighboring city who are self motived to use the wealth ,tries to rule the city as they wish.Unexpectedly Nivriniya becomes the queen. After that there are many secrets unveiled with the help of the legacy of the city's renowned scientist.AT last how the city safeguards itself from the verge of destruction and how it flourishes is the story all about. HIstorical stories deal with ... more
  • Needing Normal: Freshman Year

    by Emme Grange
    What do you do when you find out everything you know might be wrong? Prove you’re right, of course. And that’s exactly what Jett Harper plans to do. As a freshman, she only has two goals: get good grades and prove she’s normal. That’s easy enough, right? At least she thinks so, until she learns her biggest assignment is to understand love. Harder still? She must work within an assigned group, her Core5, and they couldn’t be more diverse. Will they make the grade? ... more
  • My adventures with Bruce

    by Joanne Hattersley
    When you are young, you want to have brothers and sisters. When you are young, you want friends. What happens if you have no brothers and sisters and your best friend lives too far away? Thats what happened to Nathan. Nathan always made his time fun on his own. He could read very well. He liked to draw and make things. He liked to play video games. He could ride his bike on his own. But it was just not the same. He wanted a friend close by. He wanted someone to do all these things with. Sure, da... more
  • Second Wave & Other Short Stories

    by Martin Wodi
    Second Wave & Other Short Stories (An Anthological Journey) is a collection of ten short stories by Martin Wodi. The stories are set all over the world, and in keeping with the title takes the reader on a journey across Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. \t \tMartin is a master of his art. He skillfully employs comely descriptive language, active dialogue and piquant imagery like a hyper-realistic artist. His virtuosity and majesty of language quickly blur the lines of reality ... more
  • Where Are We Tomorrow?

    by Tavi Taylor Black
    Alex Evans, a thirty-six-year-old touring electrician, discovers through an accidental pregnancy and then the pain of miscarriage that she truly wants a family. But to attempt another pregnancy, she’ll have to change both her career and her relationship; her partner Connor, ten years her senior, isn’t prepared to become a father again. When Alex is implicated in an accident involving the female pop star she works for, she and three other women on tour rent a house together in Tuscany. While t... more
  • Preparing for Christian Warfare: Ten Principles That Will Take Your Faith to the Next Level

    by Gary Panzer
    Have you ever felt that your faith life is in a rut? That you have hit a plateau in your Christian walk and just can't seem to push past it? Preparing for Christian Warfare gives you ten principles that US Special Operations warriors use to give them the mind-set they need in order to do their jobs and be the best in the world at what they do and shows you how to apply these principles to your Christian walk. No matter where you are in your walk with God, this book will help you propel your fait... more
  • Conall V Retribution: Díoltas

    by David H. Millar
    “Witch!” Tullus gasped. “You are not that fortunate, Roman,” came the menacing reply.” Blood has purchased a fragile peace for Conall and Mórrígan and the close circle of friends they call family. Now, allies and enemies alike wonder if the king and queen have lost the thirst for vengeance on those who slaughtered their families. Alarmed, gods, kings, and despots conspire to poke the slumbering fire. Brennus of the Senones still smarts at his defeat at Conall’s hands and covets his lands an... more
  • 978-1-7341464-8-6

    by Yvonne Zipter
    Marya Zhukova is a woman of many passions. Her husband isn’t one of them. It’s mathematics and literature that captivate her, in part, but her lover, Vera, enthralls her most of all. These are, however, all dangerous obsessions in the socially turbulent St. Petersburg of 1875. Marya is the fiery center to a small solar system of characters. There is her aunt Lidia, a spinster who exacts from her niece a promise to marry. There is Grigorii, Marya’s one-time math teacher. There is Vera, a young... more