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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • In the Company of Like-Minded Women

    by Elaine Russell
    In the Company of Like-Minded Women explores the bonds between sisters and family at the start of the 20th century, when women struggled to determine their future and the “New Woman” demanded an equal voice. In June 1901, three sisters reunite in Denver, Colorado, after a rift many years before. Each sister faces important decisions regarding love, work, and the strength of her convictions. The women’s rights movement and Denver’s progressive leaders provide the backdrop. A number of famous and ... more
  • Royally Courted

    by Cynthia Perdue-Nolan
    France, 1640. In a French coastal village during the Thirty Years War, Altheia de Savoir waits for her Scottish sailor love, Matthew, to return from the sea. But when marauders descend upon her village, Altheia barely escapes with her life. Matthew rescues her and takes her to Ireland, where she will be safe with his family. Though Matthew wishes to officially wed his lady love, he must honor his military obligations and return to Scotland. Then the unthinkable happens. Matthew is captured and l... more
  • The Sandpiper's Spell

    by Tom Pearson
    The Sandpiper's Spell ricochets through time and space, collecting psychic and geographic memories, images, and artifacts to assemble as the ingredients of metamorphosis. “The Sandpiper’s Spell feels like an homage to the fragility of life. Death so close, but beauty closer. It requires slow, deep, repeated reading. The imagery is complex and layered. Often unexpected, like a dance, a quick shift in direction.” — Andrea Lepcio, playwright and author of Looking for the Pony
  • Shrapnel

    by Jessica Shook
    Shrapnel hits all of our lives. What the wounds teach us make the scars worthwhile. Two women form an unlikely bond through the parallels they face: the cold beds they no longer share with their husbands, the facades they construct, and the tragedies rising around them. Elle Holloway's husband has walked out on her and left her to divvy up emotions like property in a divorce. Jocelyn Turner is an army wife and mother, barely surviving when she receives tragic news that her husband has be... more
  • The Real Truth

    by Gregg Maxwell Parker

    Derek Severs is a popular talk radio host beloved by millions for his fiery opinions and unflinching moral judgments. When a scandal threatens to bring down everything he’s built for himself, a past he’s tried to forget returns, bringing with it the biggest regrets of his life.

    Then Derek is visited by a series of cranky ghosts from throughout history. If you think you know where it’s going from there, you’re wrong. Repeatedly thrust through time and space at nig... more

  • My Guardian, My Angel

    by Brandy M. Jensen

    An old King sits to write the story of a girl and a Guardian. The sun rises and sets just beyond the Adelza mountains where Alyson Escher lives her simple life on her family's farm. For all of her seventeen years, she dreamed of adventure and of more than her destiny as a wife, a mother, and a farmer. But she never expected her life to change so drastically when a coup for the crown of Hilder endangers her family. When she is rescued by a mysterious stranger called the Guardian, she disco... more

  • Barry Bear's Very Best, Learning to Say No to Negative Influences

    by Florenza Lee
    Barry is a very kind and considerate bear. He is known at home, school, and in his neighborhood as being helpful and thoughtful. New bears move in who are neither kind nor considerate; they bully Barry but Barry continues to do his very best. It is only when the bears attempt to pressure Barry to take drugs and drink alcohol does Barry involve his mom. Barry combines an anti-bullying message with DARE's just say no campaign and gives children usable tools they may use to continue to be their ver... more
  • The Tail of Max the Mindless Dog, A Children's Book on Mindfulness

    by Florenza Lee
    The Tail of Max the Mindless Dog, A Children's Book on Mindfulness is a book about a little puppy named Max. Max's tail is oftentimes hurt, no matter what he does, something happens to cause him pain. This pain is due to no fault of his own. However, believing his tail to be the source of his pain, he sets out to catch it and tie it in a knot. It is only when Max is asked why he runs in circles in the first place that he takes ownership of his actions and calls it a habit. Max's habit of running... more
  • Oh My Goodness, Look at this Big Mess

    by Florenza Lee
    “Oh My Goodness, Look at this Big Mess!” A Book on Obedience Based on Matthew 21: 28 - 32 This wonderful book, illustrated by Ray Johnson is based on The Parable of the Two Sons, found in Matthew 21: 28-32. It features twin brothers, Will and Willis. The brothers look, walk, and talk alike. They do everything together except, one always does as he says and the other does not. When asked to complete certain tasks, one brother states he will and the other states he will not; only one is bein... more
  • O'Kapi

    by Florenza Lee
    It is said, if you follow a rainbow to its very end, you will arrive in a magical place known as O'Kapi. In O'Kapi, majestic horses run and play all day long. Everyone gets along well except for one horse named Oya. Oya is not very kind and keeps to herself. She is different than the other horses; rather than celebrate her uniqueness, she hides away and is distant from the others. It is only when three sisters: Nevaeh, Nylah, and Naomi befriend her that she learns something amazing about her... more
  • Acornsville, Land of the Secret Seed Keepers

    by Florenza Lee
    Acornsville, Land of the Secret Seeds Keeper is currently being illustrated by Sofania Artisan. It is the first of several books written based on parables found in the Bible. The intent of these books is to teach the application of the stories. The book is set in a little forest called Acornsville. All the citizens are kind, helpful, generous, and live in peace and harmony; everyone that is, except Roscoe Rabbit. He is neither kind nor considerate. Roscoe doesn't assist his neighbors and ever... more
  • Two Thirds is a Whole

    by Florenza Lee
    This wonderfully unique book, illustrated by Sofania Artisan delicately addresses a very serious subject that far too many children are experiencing: Domestic Violence. At the beginning of the book, Eric lives with his mom and dad in their large, beautiful house. As time goes on, their once happy house becomes very dark and sad. It is then that Eric's mom informs him they must move; it is no longer safe for them to remain in the large house. Eric understands the need to move but is still ve... more
  • When Life Gives Us Wing

    by Florenza Lee
    When Life Gives Us Wind Hi, I am..." Book Series ® This is the 2nd book in the "Hi, I am..." Book Series ®. This book series highlights the joys, sorrows, challenges, and amazingly awesome adventures of being a military family. When Life Gives Us Wind, beautifully illustrated by LaTay Harris is about a little girl named Xiamara whose mom is in the military. Mars, as her mom calls her loves being a military child. She loves moving to new places, learning new languages, and ea... more
  • Step One, Step Two, Step Three and Four

    by Maria Ashworth
    A young girl's world is turned upside-down when her mother decides to remarry. Along with the ring comes a few more, Step One, Step Two, Step Three and Four. The girl will do whatever it takes to keep them out of her life. She eventually realizes there are some benefits to her step-siblings. This lighthearted story will reassure children that in spite of change, the outcome is worth the transition. It delights in the possibilities of having a growing blended family. Nominated in 2012 as a fi... more
  • My Big Tree

    by Maria Ashworth
    One blue bird has found the best place to nest. Soon other animals think it's the ideal place to be, too. The blue bird decides it's no longer the "best tree to nest in." She finds a new home but something is missing. In the end, the little blue bird realizes there is one thing more valuable than nesting in her favorite tree. The story focuses on counting, colors, animal sounds, word recognition, word repetition while stressing the importance of sharing, community and friendship.
  • Sushi Kitty

    by Maria Ashworth
    Kitty, a young woman, in Japan during the 17th century, desires to change traditions and the thinking of those around her. For hundreds of years, sushi has been considered an art, crafted and dominated only by men. Kitty's aspirations tempt her into a quandary that could affect her and her entire family forever. Sushi Kitty brings the reader on a journey of how one's determination can influence their dream into a reality. Fans of A Single Shard and the movie Brave will be taken in by her restric... more