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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • One Unique Piece

    by Emily-Anne Willey
    “What’s my name?” Carla thought. “Miss Johnson wants to know my name?” Well, she knew her name! But, in that moment, in front of 28 brand new people in her new 5th grade class there were so many other things going through her mind. All that came out, in a loud shout was…. “I am Carla Vidal. I have autism.” This charming tale of Carla (this book’s illustrator) and her teacher Miss Johnson (this book’s author) and their experience in Carla’s first full inclusion classroom is nothing short of amazi... more
  • Farewell My Life: Buona Notte Vita Mia

    by Cynthia Sally Haggard
    A Cinderella-ish tale with not-so-charming princes who inhabit the edgy setting of 1920s and 1930s Berlin during the rise of the Nazis, "Farewell My Life" spins an operatic tale of dangerous love, obsession and loss; of crumbling, dissolving and nothingness, that revolves around Grace, a shy 17-year-old whose fabulous talent for the violin promises a shimmering career.
  • Fishkin

    by Janna Lusk
    Fishkin is the only fish-chicken in the pond. The fish won't play with her because she clucks. The chickens won't play with her because she swims. Fishkin is sad, but everyone soon learns how Fishkin makes a world of difference.
  • All Man's Land

    by D. Laszlo Conhaim

    A Lost Giant, Reimagined

    With his new historical novel, ALL MAN’S LAND, D. Laszlo Conhaim mounts a vigorous tribute to Paul Robeson—singer, actor, activist, lawyer, athlete, author. A renaissance man who for five decades sang and spoke to the world, today this titan of the 20th century is all but forgotten.

    Mostly fiction, but combining elements of memoir and biography, in All Man’s Land Conhaim rediscovers his own manusc... more

  • Storm Chasers of Wentworth Hall: A Sweet & Clean Regency Romance (Majestic Estates Series: Book 1)

    by IreAnne Chambers
    More than one storm is wreaking havoc in Regency England in this Jane Austen read alike with a touch of Pirates of the Caribbean action pulled together in a fun, Princess Bride kind of way. Let the chase begin! A storm is brewing in Regency England and the first storm chasers are born. Lady Ariana Wentworth devises a storm of her own to avoid an arranged marriage, but when her life is threatened one man comes to the rescue. Ariana is not concerned when it comes to the dictates of the day r... more
  • LEMURIA and ATLANTIS: STUDYING THE PAST TO SURVIVE THE FUTURE

    by Shirley Andrews
    With compelling information from other scholars, in Lemuria and Atlantis: Studying the Past to Survive the Future, Shirley Andrews describes the fascinating lost continents of Lemuria and Atlantis, with an emphasis on the spiritual life of those who lived there so long ago. When and where did they exist? What can we learn from these two civilizations lost in time? Is there evidence of Lemurians and Atlanteans in the Americas and of their advanced technologies? What other civilizations thrived in... more
  • 978-1-7338237-0-8

    by Keziah Frost
    They say everyone has a double. Margaret Birch is 87 years old when her friends at the art league tell her they've seen a woman who looks exactly like her doing scandalous things in town. This stranger threatens not only Margaret's reputation, but also old friendships that span decades. Who is this evil twin, where has she come from, and what does she want? And is there any way to get rid of her?
  • The Beginner's Guide to Winning an Election

    by Michael R. French
    In 2025, the “youthification” of democracy means getting rid of the ineffective gray-hairs in Congress. Running for student body president at an Indiana high school, novice Brit Kitridge takes on incumbent Matthew Boltanski, who, with help from a mystery backer, already has his sights on Washington. Brit gains courage and insights from a wise history teacher on how to win, but in the process she finds a maze of deceit and corruption in her school. Is exposing the truth enough to win an election—... more
  • The Adventures of Laila and Ahmed in Syria

    by Nushin Alloo
    A tale of two curious children who find themselves exploring the beautiful landscapes and landmarks of pre-war Syria. Although it is about Syria, this book isn't a story of war or violence. If anything, it s a love story dedicated to Syria, written and illustrated to pay tribute to the heritage and humanity that is so often missing from the popular narrative about conflict-stricken countries.
  • smmnewz

    by smmnewz
    SMM Newz is a blog managed by social media activist, they share their personal views and points about growing social media reach and business, especially on Instagram .
  • Fintan Fedora the World's Worst Explorer

    by Clive Goddard
    Thirteen year old Fintan Fedora has the brains of a damp sock but a heart of gold. Determined to prove to his father, owner of the Fedora Fancy Food Company, that he will one day be good enough to take over the family business, Fintan sets out to find the elusive chocoplum - the rarest and most delicious known to man. With only the help of his trusty and long-suffering butler (oh, and quite a few peanut butter sandwiches), Fintan travels to South America. But little does he know that there are a... more
  • The Waiting Room

    by Diane Eklund-Abolins
    The Waiting Room is a room somewhere in a building in a dystopian or totalitarian state, and though there are a number of people in the waiting room, the focus of the book is on only three of them - two of whom can see nothing wrong with the society in which they live, and a third who despairs of the enormous changes to his way of life. Each of these three people experiences his or her present situation in the light of what has happened in the past - individual experiences and perspectives that ... more
  • I Can't Find My Fun

    by Heather Earley
    Nicholas (whose mama calls him Snuggle Bug, which is okay with him) has a problem -- he has lost his fun. Maybe he misplaced it, maybe it ran away. Either way, it's gone and Nicholas is very sad. He enlists his mama's help to track down his fun, and in the process makes a discovery about the very nature of fun itself.
  • Birdwild

    by Bobbi Simmons
    Birdwild is set in a small rural town in Shellsville, SC, beginning in the early 1950s when the South was struggling with racial segregation. Bree’s story travels through her childhood with an unscrupulous abusive father who is a ruthless drug dealer and womanizer, and her mama who holds her at arm’s length denying her the love Bree so desperately needs. Bree senses that this family withholds big secrets from her. It isn’t until Bree’s mama frees herself from her husband, and Bree learns who her... more
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    by BestVpn Analysis
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  • Gorb in the Schizocratic Linguiverse

    by J. Martin Strangeweather

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