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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Antillia

    by Eric David Stanford
    A 16-year-old American boy goes to a Caribbean island planning revenge on his neglectful father, only to find himself entangled in a life-or-death conflict between his new girlfriend’s tycoon father and two outsiders bent on revenge—just as the biggest hurricane in decades heads toward their shores. Antillia is perfect for fans of young adult fiction who want a novel that isn’t weighted down with heavy messages but instead tells an entertaining story with a positive perspective on growing up.
  • Walking on Stones

    by Chris Handrahan

    The inseparable body and mind of all life. A novel about the consciousness of life and existence.


    An elapsed surrender of the past is regained, priorly wordless and unseen behind and in coincidence with an observation of it, and in the thinness of time putting a stop to a silent interruption of buried memories.
    In the mountains, the urge returns with an enthusiasm of impressions and the excitement of her visions pleading her back. There is hereditary... more

  • The Best I Can Do

    by John Branning
    In his latest collection, The Best I Can Do, award-winning humor writer John Branning includes essays, lists, comedic verse, lists, and more comedic verse. Also, a few more essays. As always, his humor is self-deprecating -- except for the times when he deprecates on others (rarely his wife and son, occasionally his cats, and quite frequently a certain former President). Among the topics covered in this delightful read, he explains diacritical marks in a way that doesn't clarify their use at ... more
  • Her Own Revolution

    by Debra BORCHERT
    A Woman Forges a Treacherous Path to Save Hundreds from the Guillotine If Geneviève Fouquier-Tinville had the same rights as a man, she wouldn’t have to dress like one, which she does to attend University—forbidden to women. By swearing her commitment to the revolution, she succeeds in convincing her father, the Public Prosecutor who condemns thousands to the guillotine, to hire her as a court clerk. But she intends to earn passage to join her lover, Henri, in America. Tasked with copying... more
  • And Union No More

    by Stan Haynes
    In 1854, the Kansas-Nebraska Act becomes law. After a generation of containment by the Missouri Compromise, a path is created for slavery to expand. Southerners are ecstatic and northerners enraged. Both sides rush settlers to the Kansas Territory, seeking to gain the majority. Guerilla warfare results, with Americans killing Americans. Monty Tolliver, a former congressman from Ohio, moves to Kansas, determined to make it a free state. Two young men, Billy Rutledge from Mississippi and Robe... more
  • Day Of The Trumpet

    by Suj Ahmed
    Thirteen-year-old Eden escapes with his mixed-race family from the growing race hate and violence unleashed in a future England ravaged by economic hardships, food scarcity, and social disorder, plunging the country into the hands of a fascist and evangelical alliance. The family travels on foot at night across the English countryside to evade the marauding ‘People’s Militia’ who mercilessly hunt down POCS (people of colour). In the second timeline, Eden’s grandfather Tariq provides a historica... more
  • The Healers

    by Ken Levine

    In Ken Levine’s fourth novel The Healers, readers are taken on a multi-generational journey that follows Frances Anderson and her granddaughter Glynnis as they come to terms with their extraordinary abilities and the impact they have on those around them. This rich and poignant saga tracks the Anderson clan from homesteads in Wyoming to the magical coast of Oregon as they navigate through some seventy years of familial strife, loss, heartache, and love.

  • 979-8-9878367-4-3

    by Amber Dennison
    "Jack and His Mind" is a children's book about a boy named Jack who struggles with controlling his thoughts and emotions. He talks to his mom about his struggles, and they work together to reign in his mind. They come up with strategies like reminding himself of the truth, taking deep breaths, and focusing on the good things. With these tools, Jack learns to make peace with his mind and take control of his life. The book teaches children the importance of controlling their thoughts and emotions ... more
  • Rosie and the Hobby Farm

    by Kolina Cicero
    Rosie lives on a farm with her family. New animal friends arrive with each passing season: a dog named Keeper, a kitten named Sunny, a bird named Glitter, a pygmy goat named Pal, a horse named Bee, a piglet named Tulip, and a llama named Mama. From each of the animals, Rosie learns the values of loyal friendship, patience, self-care, playfulness, hard work, and the most important lesson of all: how to take care of each other. In this beautifully illustrated book, children and parents alike wi... more
  • The Devil's Glove

    by Lucretia Grindle
    Northern New England, summer, 1688. A suspicious death. A rumor of war. Whispers of witchcraft. Salem started here. Perched on the brink of disaster, Resolve Hammond and her mother, Deliverance, struggle to survive in their isolated coastal village. They're known as healers taught by the local tribes - and suspected of witchcraft by the local villagers. Their precarious existence becomes even more chaotic when they are summoned to tend to a poisoned woman. As they uncover a web of dark secrets... more
  • Wings Over Germany

    by Eric Forsyth
    RAF Squadron Leader Allan Chadwick is back in Eric Forsyth’s third novel, Wings Over Germany. At the start of WWII, Chadwick struggles with technical and bureaucratic problems to get the four-engine heavy bomber, the Lancaster, into production. Then he commands an Auxiliary Spitfire squadron during the Battle of Britain, leading pilots straight from Flying School to fight against the combat-hardened Luftwaffe. As Britain moves into an offensive bombing campaign Chadwick is involved in the develo... more
  • You Come from Love

    by Adam Motz

    You Come from Love is written as a parent's personal answer to the inevitable questions that his twin daughters—born through IVF/surrogacy—will have about their origin.

    The book delivers an important and universal message to children of all ages and backgrounds. “Love” is so many things: our roots, our ancestors, our spirituality, and our family. Each of these elements combined is what makes our kids a precious and unique gift.

    Heartfelt a... more

  • The Pup in the Moon

    by Alexis Thomas
    Follow the thrilling adventures of Bodhi Mc-Ray, an intrepid Boston Terrier puppy living on the moon. In this book he shares his self-care routines, teaches the importance of taking time to relax, and making sure you have as much fun as possible doing the things you love and enjoy. This story is a cute little family staple, and can be shared amongst children and parents of all ages. It will bring many smiles and open imaginations! The pup on the moon is unforgettable!
  • The Marriage Box

    by Corie Adjmi
    Forced to return to her parent’s roots in the Orthodox Syrian Jewish community in Brooklyn, Casey Cohen faces two opposing worlds as she explores the unfamiliar culture and finds love.
  • Give My Regards to Nowhere: A Director's Tale

    by Richard Engling
    Chicago director Dwayne Finnegan has a long shot at the big time and only two obstacles: himself and everyone he knows. Dwayne's got an idea of how to direct Shakespeare's least-favorite play that could set him on the road to Broadway. We're talking Bob Fosse choreography, Jimi Hendrix guitars, and the hottest cast in the city of Chicago. But when the show's producer cuts out with the cash, Dwayne decides to produce the show himself, putting his marriage and his meager finances at risk. What ... more
  • New Leaves In Winter

    by C. Gary Johnston
    Dan Pierce and Joan Schneider are key management employees of Starlingers Gourmet Food Markets until suddently they both find their careers in jeopardy, each for different reasons. As Dan and Joan deal with the apprehension and anguish with what they are sure is facing them, they are unaware of their real status as pawns in the behind-the-scenes maneuvering of a situation much larger than either of their jobs.
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