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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Great Social Security Heist

    by Larry Enright
    It’s 1972. Think Nixon, Vietnam, VW Beetles, and bell-bottoms. Danny Maxwell is fresh out of college and ready to take on the world. He’s got a great job and a bright future. All he needs is a place to live. When he answers an ad in the local newspaper for a room to rent, he finds out too late that it comes with one unexpected amenity. His housemates are four old soldiers on a crazy mission to get back what belongs to them. Hilarity ensues when they drag Danny kicking and screaming into their mi... more
  • Terms and Conditions

    by Helen J. Darling
    After ten lackluster years in a dead-end job, Jane Desmond can’t wait to pursue her enduring ambition of a career in the glittering NYC literary scene. But the city starts throwing her curveballs the moment she arrives and what’s worse, her nervous mother, petrified for Jane’s safety, won’t stop texting her. Determined to reclaim her sanity, Jane posts a selfie challenge to prove to her mom she’s living the dream. As she struggles to find an apartment and blows critical interviews, her onlin... more
  • God is a liberal

    by Dan Newman
    God is not pleased. For millennia He has held firm to His policy of non-intervention when it comes to planet Earth and the beings that reside there. But this is a crisis. He can’t stand idly by and watch this. The idiots have elected a moron to lead the free world. Something has to be done.
  • A Soldier's Conscience

    by Charles.G. Fournel
    When a soldier has trouble to accept the acts of the regime he serves, how much can his conscience take? What should he do? Could he betray his comrades? These are the questions that faced a young Wehrmacht soldier, after being posted to a top secret base in France. After helping the civilian French resistance, the Maquis, by rescuing a prominent member from the depths of an execution camp, the young former soldier must reinvent himself and join the Italian partisans. If these resistance member'... more
  • I Am Awesome!

    by Ryan K. Maule
    Do your children know how awesome they are? As kids grow up, they face many decisions and challenges that can have different outcomes based upon how they view their own self worth. In this book, follow along as two robots named Grace and Zeal learn that self-confidence is not only a good thing, it’s what God intended! God believes in all of us and He planted awesome inside of each and every person at birth! So no matter how old you are or whether you realize it or not, you have everything you ... more
  • Chasing Eve

    by Sharon Heath

    Everyone expected big things from Ariel Thompkins. Wasn’t she the girl who’d roped her friends into one madcap adventure after another, who’d met the challenge of losing both parents before turning eighteen, who’d gone on to graduate summa cum laude from UCLA? So how did this livewire end up delivering the day’s mail for the U.S. Postal Service, hunkering down each night with her half-blind cat in front of the TV, ruminating over the width of her thighs? It looke... more

  • Lines by Leon: Poems, Prose, and Pictures

    by Leon Stevens
    Lines by Leon is a selection of poems, prose, and short stories that address the subjects of loss, struggle, and reflection. Inside these thoughtful contemplations are original observations about ego, behavior, human relations, places, and the environment. Many of the pieces feature a lighthearted and even humorous take on a subject, and the author invites his readers to laugh, think, cry, and meditate on the wide variety of thoughts. Scattered throughout the book are sketches of various subjec... more
  • Korea: Forgotten Sacrifice

    by Frank Amoroso
    Korea Forgotten Sacrifice tracks the experiences of Junior, a young American combat photographer turned lethal assassin and Kim Il Sung, the Korean dictator who led the invasion into the Republic of Korea in June, 1950. Assigned to General MacArthur’s staff, Junior has an uncanny ability to survive behind enemy lines and acquire valuable intelligence. Wild Bill Donovan selects Junior for Operation Solar Eclipse, MacArthur’s plan to kill enemy leaders bearing code names of the planets. Fear... more
  • In This Delicious Garden; Or, Les Enfants du Paradis

    by Seth Thomas Pietras
    The mysterious monkeys of Mont Blanc? Hot on their trail, an aspiring athlete seeks closure to an almost forgotten trauma. Instead, he is found-by a dark secret that forces the villagers of Chamonix to examine their own tragic past. An elderly mushroom forager confronts her conscience. An eco-terrorist pornographer craves redemption. A child refugee awakens the mayor to the true identity of the Chamoniard people. Told across four seasons, this surreal tale brings to light what is enchanting and ... more
  • This Cat Is Mine!

    by Daniel Georges

    Johnny and Elvis are brothers who don’t like to share ANYTHING. Absolutely NOTHING! One day they will get a mysterious box and in it an unusual cat. One cat for two brothers? A sharing puzzle to solve. But this is not ANY cat...

    A magical story with Edward Gorey-inspired illustrations addressing selfishness between siblings and encouraging the shift into sharing and teamwork.

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  • What You Gonna Do With All That Belly?

    by Daniel Georges

    Ronnie loves being lazy and eating candy. When a hungry giant jelly bear threatens to devour all his town, his bad habits will need to change. Ronnie has to jump, run and outsmart the giant bear. Will he save his town?

    With candylicious illustrations, this picture book will surely become a favorite bedtime story. It will encourage kids to join their friends in active social playtime, quit bad eating habits and help others do that too!

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  • Maya Knows a Secret

    by Daniel Georges

    Maya wants someone to tell her a secret so badly. She went out all day looking for someone to tell her one. When she finally learns a hush hush information, she will not keep quiet about it. What a mistake not to know that a secret is only a secret if kept a secret!

    This awarded story is a wonderful conversation starter between parents and kids about a delicate and highly important topic: secret keeping.

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  • I'm Selling My Dad's Shoes!

    by Daniel Georges

    Kyle has no money to buy his dad a birthday gift. His crazy solution is to sell his dad’s old shoes! Simple right? But when many people on the street stop him asking for help, Kyle will soon find himself empty-handed with nothing to buy a gift. Will he find the reward for his kindness?

    With fun storytelling and lovable characters this book is set to encourage kindness, generosity and developing children’s sense of empathy and doing good. 

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  • I Won't Cut My Hair!

    by Daniel Georges

    Sally is the prettiest girl in town with her gorgeous purple hair. To become even prettier, she decides not to cut it ever again. She is really stubborn but her long hair will soon put here bratty nerves to the test.

    Kids will giggle reading this cheeky story and learn that being flexible does not undermine your confidence, instead it will equip you to face negative situations and become the ultimate tool to succeed in life.

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  • "MILCReeK PoND"

    by Kay Carroll


    Winner of 2019 IndieBRAG Medallion

    Milcreek Pond provides a historical background for a young adolescent girl growing up in the South during the late 19th century. The story takes the reader on a journey thru the life of young Molly: who is faced with societal prejudice, adolescence, and her own personal strong conviction. She relies on a foundation of love and guidance provided by a caring mother to help her progress through life.

  • Trauma Town Dispatch

    by Suzann Kale
    Strange people inhabit the hospital at all times. Sabine, the hospital's switchboard operator, had been shaped early on by Dr. Kildare, and more recently by Dr. Who. Juliet, a Vietnam Vet, entered through the emergency room, dehydrated after having missed Happy Hour. She was shaped by Max Planck talking to her through a Ouija Board affirming the non-existence of linear time.