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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Marauders Of Pitchfork Pass

    by Clay Houston Shivers

    It’s 1873, only a few years after the Civil War, and the West is changing. But there is still one town where good citizens can feel safe.

    When the sheriff of Silver Vein is killed, it’s up to saloon keeper Curly Barnes - an admitted coward - to see that justice is done. Along for the ride are two legendary Texas Rangers, the soon-to-be-famous outlaw Johnny Ringo, and a couple of brothers who like to play with dynamite.

    But after the dust settles, who will be the last m... more

  • What The Living Know: A Novel of Suicide and Philosophy

    by Matthew C. Kruger
    Science has advanced and humans can live forever, never aging past thirty; a unified world government maintains a peaceful, blissful existence for all; the struggle now is in finding a reason to live. This is a story about ten-thousand year old Warren Walker as he faces mounting pain in grief and loss. Suicide is now the only cause of death, and his friends and loved ones keep choosing to end their lives. With news that more loved ones are leaving him, he is forced to ask himself: after all... more
  • Starvation

    by Molly Fennig
    John Green meets Laurie Halse Anderson in this "haunting" and "incredibly real" book that "holds you there until the very last sentence". 16-year-old Wes McCoy is not the favorite child. He does not have a wrestling scholarship to Stanford nor does he live up to the family legacy as an athlete, unlike his brother, Jason. But when Jason dies in a car accident on the way to the state high school wrestling championship, Wes turns to food to give him the control over his life he didn’t have be... more
  • The Adventures of Spikey Boy: The Day I Met My Family

    by Toni J Hammond
    This book is about a little dog's determination to find a family to adopt him.
  • Behind Closed Doors

    by Kingsley Adrian Banks
    What would you do if you were a homosexual in a country where being gay is severely frowned upon and considered a taboo? What is the ultimate price to pay if you were different, gay? Lagos playboy, son of an ex-beauty Queen; and sole heir to the Johnson fortune, Henry Johnson, is facing a stunning controversy because of his sexual orientation . . . He loves men, yet the thought disgusts him and throws him into turmoil, that is, until he encounters Phoenix, a bisexual male stripper and prostit... more
  • Homeless Gods and Beasts

    by Schild Krieger
    Fireside stories in homeless communities can be unexpectedly deep and surprisingly well organized. But what I've been honored to witness was behind imagination. In two hours, the storyteller was never interrupted by his twenty-some listeners. I felt sorry for the society that rejected these people.
  • Cassidy and the Mixed Up Numbers

    by Dezi Shepperd
    Being a new student at school can be a big deal even when you are in kindergarten. It’s Cassidy’s first day at a new school and she is a little nervous. Will she be able to keep up with her classmates or will her learning disability get in her way? Follow her first few days as she finds her confidence and voice in kindergarten.
  • Inferno of Silence

    by Tolu' A. Akinyemi
    The first collection of short stories by this multitalented author entwines everyday events that are articulated in excellent storytelling. The title story “Inferno of Silence” portrays men’s societal challenges and the unspoken truths and burdens that men bear, while “Black lives Matter” shows the first-hand trauma of a man facing racism as a footballer plying his trade in Europe. Stories range from “Return Journey” where we encounter a techpreneur/ Poet/Serial Womanizer confronting conseque... more
  • Investigation Boom Volume 2

    by Delonte Harris
    It's Christmas Eve and Dante Boomer is in a big mess. Family's in town, his mama is preparing for a holiday event, and his dad has a project at work. He has one job...Keep an eye on Rocco. Things are going pretty smooth until Dante' realizes Rocco's missing. He quickly realizes being responsible is harder than it appears. Will he find Rocco before Christmas? Join the Boomers for a hilarious holiday adventure!
  • Promised Valley Peace

    by Ron Fritsch
    Promised Valley Peace is the fourth book in Ron Fritsch's Promised Valley series set in prehistory. Farmers and hunters both believe their gods promised the valley to them.
  • Promised Valley Conspiracy

    by Ron Fritsch
    Promised Valley Conspiracy is the third book in Ron Fritsch's Promised Valley series set in prehistory. Farmers and hunters both believe their gods promised the valley to them.
  • Promised Valley War

    by Ron Fritsch
    Promised Valley War is the second book in Ron Fritsch's Promised Valley series set in prehistory. Farmers and hunters both believe their gods promised the valley to them.
  • Promised Valley Rebellion

    by Ron Fritsch
    Promised Valley Rebellion is the first book in Ron Fritsch's Promised Valley series set in prehistory. Farmers and hunters both believe their gods promised the valley to them.
  • Cate & Luna

    by A.M. McKnight

    Sheriff Cate Murphy and Deputy Luna Bell’s love for each other runs as deep as the river valleys and as long as the Appalachian summer days. Best friends since childhood, the two women are true country girls—from the top of their Stetson hats right down to the leather soles of their cowgirl boots. And life is good in their home town of Savior Hill—a town built by former slaves—where Cate and Luna, two queer women of color, are loved and respected. Yet, a change is happ... more

  • If You Could Ask Your Dog One Question . . .

    by kim messina

    This is a poetic story of a young girl's struggle to pick the perfect question to ask her dog. From "Why do you steal my fuzzy socks?" to "Do make you happy?" her inquiries highlight quirky dog behaviors while exposing the profound love she feels for her pet.

  • I Am A Triathlete

    by Nia Obotette
    ‘I am a Triathlete’ is a one of a kind book that encourages kids and adults to explore the sport of triathlons. This book celebrates the idea that anyone young or old, can make it to the finish line. Triathlons continue to gain popularity, as more people explore the sport which challenges you to swim, bike, and run. 'I am a Triathlete' inspires the next generation of Triathletes and/or encourages those training for any sport to find their greatness.

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