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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Moby Plays the Flute

    by Tabletop Publishing
    Moby Plays the Flute is a heartwarming story of a young girl who learns the importance of perseverance and hard work after her father, a U.S. Marine, must leave home for a year. His last parting gift, a simple flute, becomes the tool that will ultimately show Moby what hard work is and how it can pay off BIG time. This is more than just a children’s picture book. This story is relatable to kids of all ages as they learn, grow, and find the things in life that they are passionate about. Passi... more
  • American Nomads

    by N.L. McLaughlin
    Beth always dreamed of being popular. Of living a life filled with fun, travel, and adventure. A life without rules or expectations. A life worthy of sharing online. These hopes and aspirations were nothing more than distant dreams until a chance encounter with a young drifter. Beautiful, outgoing, and brimming with confidence, River is everything Beth wishes she could be. She introduces Beth to her tight-knit family of misfits and vagabonds; Zac, the strong, watchful protector; Cash, a chari... more
  • Tiel's Saga - Scottish Lore, Norse Roots

    by Thom Simmons
    Tiel's Saga pieces together fragmented stories about the mysterious Viking prince, the son of a Norwegian king, for whom Loch Pooltiel is named on the Isle of Skye. Through meticulous research of family dynasties, ancient manuscripts, historical narratives, folktale variants, interviews, and correspondence, the author has written the most complete tale to date of the mysterious Tiel Hakonsson., As a bonus, four additional pieces of folklore, similarly treated, are included.
  • Brixton Nights

    by Amy Tollyfield

    Brixton Nights by Amy Tollyfield: official book blurb

    Brixton Nights is the third book and first novella by acclaimed, twice-published poet, Amy Tollyfield. Brixton Nights charts the life of a young lesbian woman named Christina who once lived in Brixton and now lives in Hull. The book follows her tempestuous journey through young adulthood and into early adult life, including many losses and heartaches along the way. Working-class, femal... more

  • Balloon Dog

    by Daniel Paisner
    The story of a brazen art heist gone wrong, alongside a life of suburban angst and ennui gone sideways, "Balloon Dog" centers on the theft of an industrial-sized Jeff Koons sculpture. The guy who's out to blow the whistle on that theft is a Long Island writer who's been questioning his Jewish faith and the road ahead. A darkly funny caper about legacy and belonging, "Balloon Dog" asks readers what it means to matter, and what it takes to get caught up in the same currents that move the rest of... more
  • The Fast Little Fox (The Fast Little Fox & Friends Book 1)

    by Jill Horton
    Have you ever wanted to go on an adventure through the forest? Follow the fast little fox as he discovers more than he can imagine along the way! What will he learn? Can he make it home in time for supper? Read on to find out!
  • Most Famous Short Film of All Time

    by Tucker Lieberman

    Ghosts and goddesses beckon Lev Ockenshaw. Oh, bother. Fortunately, he’s got a pill for that. In 2014, Lev is happily telling campfire stories in Boston with his longtime friend, Stanley, and his coworker, Aparna. One day, he receives an anonymous, threatening email referring to the company where he and Aparna work. Lev reports the threat to his boss, but is not believed.

    Invoking over 250 books, songs, and movies, Most Famous Short Film of All Time is a non/fiction-hybri... more

  • The Adventures of Lefty & Righty: The Windy City

    by Lori Orlinsky
    Do you ever wonder what happens to socks that get lost in the dryer? Join Lefty and Righty for the adventure of a lifetime as they sneak out of the laundry room with a destination in mind: a White Sox game! But with so much to do in The Windy City, will they make it to the game in time? Through their fun-filled day, they’ll discover the sights, sounds—and even the tastes—of Chicago, all while encountering a few surprises along the way!
  • Island of Redemption

    by Chris Reynolds
    The Shack, with a Castaway twist, wrapped up in the conundrum of Life of Pi. When Mark Lambert disappears at sea, he is assumed dead by the outside world. Instead, he lands upon an uninhabited island far from any shipping lanes and far from hope. Alone for five years, all the things he once thought important slowly fall away as new priorities, beliefs, and a broader sense of existence begin to emerge. He feels in control of his new life, until a powerful hurricane slams the island and changes... more
  • The Wartime Matchmakers

    by Lauren Smith
    When the world went to war . . . they fought for love. England, 1939: The world is on the brink of war when Elizabeth Mowbray breaks her engagement with a tea planter in India and returns home to the English countryside. Desperate to escape a stifling life under her parents’ roof, she moves to London seeking adventure and excitement. With German forces sweeping across Europe, she has little hope of finding steady, fulfilling employment as England readies itself for war. A chance encounter wi... more
  • Toots the Flying Pig

    by Carey Wilson

    Little Toots the piglet finds his siblings have a natural talent. Can Toots find his? Please join us on his little journey of discovery!

  • The Antidotes: Pollution Solution

    by Patricia Mechael
    The Chesapeake Bay has become polluted by a stinky plastic-eating bacteria, pee yew! But fifth-grade friends Izi, Gir, and others take action together by forming an activist group called the Antidotes, and join forces with public health activists to find clean water solutions. The friends use STEM strategies to help save the earth from a potential disaster— they also have secret meetings, do a little spy work, and make some useful discoveries. Along the way, they learn to embrace their differ... more
  • Beatitude

    by Larry Closs

    New York City, 1995: Harry Charity is a sensitive young loner haunted by a disastrous affair when he meets Jay Bishop, an outgoing poet and former Marine. Propelled by a shared fascination with the unfettered lives of Jack Kerouac and the Beat Generation, the two are irresistibly drawn together, even as Jay’s girlfriend, Zahra, senses something deeper developing.

    Reveling in their discovery of the legendary scroll manuscript of Kerouac’s On the Road in the vaults of... more

  • The Awesome Adventures of the Laboratory (Lab) Lizards

    by Robert Richardson
    This exciting make-believe story is about three lovable, quirky Lizards. They start as a failed attempt at a new and unusual food source and end up with unique friendships and empathy for others. This poetic narrative uses humor, adventure and beautiful illustrations, to deliver a book the whole family can enjoy.
  • As Time Goes By

    by W. Royce Adams

    Nearing the end of his life, Old asks himself, “Does my life ultimately have any importance in any universal scheme? Am I just taking up space? Have I wasted the time given me? What effect have I had on others? Have I unknowingly, worse, knowingly, hurt others in some fashion? What’s my worth? These are playful existential questions with no pertinent answers for me. So I’m putting down my cane and picking up my pen. I’m going to sift through the sands of my time to see what I can discover thr... more

  • ESTRANGED (The Lindsay Simpson Story): A Parent's Struggle Against Alienation

    by Robin McChild
    Due to the cruel and unmerited actions of a malevolent narcissistic ex-partner and a very costly, biased and archaic UK legal system, broken-hearted Lindsay Olivia Simpson is a discarded, estranged and bereaved mother. Unjustifiably forced out of the lives of the children she gave birth to, whom she loves unconditionally, Lindsay has been left sorrowfully mourning them for more than five years. With no other options and her time quickly running out, the frantic Lindsay reaches out to her own ... more