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  • The Candy Corn Cloak

    by Courtney Caswell-Peyton
    Jill and Zoe have a slumber party the night before Halloween to plan for fun festivities the next day, but when Zoe’s growling stomach ruins the Candy corn piñata centerpiece, will their plans be whited out?
  • Why Liv?

    by Jon Sebastian Shifrin
    Why Liv? Synopsis Livingstone Mordicai Ackerman—Liv, to his friends—leads an enviable life. The twenty-something works a corporate job in Manhattan, has doctor-in-training girlfriend, and maintains a wide social circle. He personifies success. Yet all is not as it seems. Liv’s job is a tedious, soul-gutting slog replete with toxic office politics and his girlfriend a vacuous, image-conscious snob. His pathologically narcissistic parents, meanwhile, are constant irritants. Add to thi... more
  • Wiseguy Butterfly and His Speckly, Speckly, Dusty, Dusty Dots

    by Courtney Caswell-Peyton
    A bright and colorful folklore story about how a butterfly gets his spots.
  • Poetry Penned to Perfection: Modern Selections from a Proud Poetess

    by Courtney Caswell-Peyton
    A selection of poetry written in many of the classic forms.
  • This Writer’s Life: Ever Undone

    by Courtney Caswell-Peyton
    A poignant chronicle of the stages of life aimed particularly at mothers and daughters.
  • Mama's Illness

    by Jack A. Ori
    Mama's Illness, a short prequel to Reinventing Hannah, tells the story of Hannah's attempt to understand and cope with her mother's hospitalization for mental health reasons when she was only six years old. After Mama goes to the hospital, Hannah's world is turned upside down, especially because Grandma insists on keeping her in the dark to protect her. Hannah is a bright, resilient child, but is that enough to allow her to cope with her mother's mysterious illness and the steps Grandma takes to... more
  • Reinventing Hannah

    by Jack Ori

    NOTE FOR READERS: This novel contains content about a fictional 16-year-old dealing with having been raped. It may be uncomfortable for you to read if you are a real-life survivor.


    16-year-old Hannah longs to be someone bold and fearless, but her fear of rocking the boat gets in the way. That's why she turns down a date with Brad, the guy she secretly likes but her friends have labeled as a loser, to keep her promise to watch her friend Sierra&#... more

  • Seize the Day (The UnBRCAble Women Series Book 2)

    by Kathryn R. Biel
    Current Mood: Freaking Out. Erin McAvoy is living her best life. A lover of tacos, witty T-shirts, and Pinterest, Erin is always ready to tell you about her favorite thing—the animals she tends to at one of the nation's best zoos. But then there's that other thing she doesn't like to talk about: how a supposedly-for-fun DNA test revealed that Erin has a strong genetic predisposition to breast and ovarian cancer. She'd like to conveniently ignore that elephant in the room, except for the fact ... more
  • Penelope: Helps Mom and Dad

    by E. Brauner-Hughes
    No time to play, Penelope must help mom and dad! She begins with helping in the family garden, picking fruits and vegetables for dinner. Penelope learns helping with household chores can be rewarding in this charming children's stories.Children love Penelope! Look for more books in this adorable series
  • Jung's Demon: A serial-killer's tale of love and madness

    by Trygve E. Wighdal
    How to put a method, a structure in madness? ”Since I’d be first to cast a stone at a murderer—I am one after all—I venture on writing these truthful chronicles as a study of human suffering,” writes a serial-killer, in a story of self-discovery gone amok. JUNG’S DEMON is a book as hallucinogenic as Hunter S. Thompson and as powerful as Oscar Zeta Acosta. It is as tragic as Malcolm Lowry and occasionally as funny as David Foster Wallace. "The murders Roman L. had committed with such a feroci... more
  • Summer Bridge Tales

    by R, L. Lyons
    As a romantic and creative thinker, who desires and writes to regenerate the once proud tradition of conservative intellectual publishing, I presently offer “Summer Bridge Tales,” a four-book series describing the lives, loves and adventures of Marceline Pârfait, Sarah Davidson and their associated hard-working conservative families. The two young women are master's degree graduates, who after five years of college decide, rather than heading back east and jumping feet-first into their chosen c... more
  • Honor

    by Francis Williams
    In 425 CE, the once Roman province of Britannia has been brutally invaded by barbarian tribes from all directions. These lands are now a series of lawless, squabbling kingdoms which haven’t been united since the death of High King Coel Hen roughly a decade before. Roman rule failed the Britons, and a former Roman auxiliary, Hall, has been asked to return and provide a safer future for the people of Britannia’s northmost kingdom, Ebrauc. Word has it that a strong Saxon warlord has united many tr... more
  • Dasher and the Sleigh-Train

    by E. Dorinda Shelley
    Santa is worried about his sleigh being overloaded with toys. Then, Dasher gets sick. A toy train magically saves the Christmas Eve journey guided by the powerful engine searchlight. Afterwards, the reindeer visited Dasher in the infirmary and sang a favorite song for him, "Jingle Bells.” When he heard it he began to feel better and said he’d be back to help pull the sleigh next Christmas for sure.
  • Water is Wider

    by Marie Green McKeon
    A young girl runs away from home, searching for the father who abandoned the family. A middle-aged woman, who has never ventured outside the confines of living with her mother and working at a small printing company, finds her small world shattering. Her mother dies, the company falls on hard financial times, and she faces the distinct possibility of losing her home. Water is Wider tells the story of how these two lives intersect, and how bonds between strangers can sometimes grow stronger than ... more
  • Big Monty and the Lunatic Lunch Lady

    by Matt Maxx
    Meet fifth-grader Merlin Montgomery, AKA Big Monty. Merlin navigates between his love of astronomy and his desire to be accepted by A’lo Jenkins, the school champion of yo’ mama jokes. In Big Monty and the Lunatic Lunch Lady, Merlin discovers that Mrs. Findlehorner has created a monster out of the leftover lasagna and fish sticks to attack the ungrateful students. He and his clever, polka-dot-wearing sister, Josephine, have to figure out how to stop her! Complete with science activities and voca... more
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