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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Tales of Wonder Woods

    by Carol Smith
    Val is a young boy living with his mother; his father is gone. In the woods near his home, he meets a giant spruce tree. Spruce, the giant Sitka spruce tree is steadfast; his roots are planted deep in the earth just as his values are planted deep in his spirit. Their friendship matures and endures until the time of Spruce’s death. The story combines real life intertwining with the fantasy world that takes place in Wonder Woods. In the fantasy world, a near-fatal rafting trip happens when Va... more
  • Tales of Wonder Woods

    by Carol Smith
    Val is a young boy living with his mother; his father is gone. In the woods near his home, he meets a giant spruce tree. Spruce, the giant Sitka spruce tree is steadfast; his roots are planted deep in the earth just as his values are planted deep in his spirit. Their friendship matures and endures until the time of Spruce’s death. The story combines real life intertwining with the fantasy world that takes place in Wonder Woods. In the fantasy world, a near-fatal rafting trip happens when Va... more
  • Chronic, a play

    by Judith Pratt
    Around 40 percent of Americans live with incurable or chronic diseases. Three characters, from three different time periods, experience chronic invisible illness. Chronic illness makes you a little crazy. Or a lot crazy. Doctors have no idea what to do for you. The Huckster offers expensive cure-alls, and your friends think you’re faking it. What happens to the dancer who can’t dance?
  • TIMES ROMAN: A NOVELLA

    by Daniel Mendel-Black
    I like to believe there are an infinite number of presents, shaded slightly differently; infinite “me”s; infinite “you"s; infinite different versions of past outcomes and future possibilities; all duplicated ad infinitum; where all the conceivable possibilities of nothing exist alongside all the possible predictions of something. Sometimes I wonder if a part of me doesn’t also exist in all these other near versions of the present, in all the other simulation tracks running concurrently through o... more
  • Unclean Hands

    by Andrew Schafer
    19th century Vienna. One-third of women are succumbing to horrific deaths during labor and delivery in the large public hospital. Nobody knows why. This novel, based on the true story and actual characters, tells the tragic tale of a young obstetrician in training who defies the orders of his arrogant chief of obstetrics to not meddle in this problem, and makes an extraordinary discovery that would forever change the practice of medicine. His intervention temporarily brings the mortality rate to... more
  • Someone Like Me

    by Marian Thomas
    Since her mother’s death, Mýa Day has been no stranger to loss. But with a budding new singing career on the horizon and help from Jack and Mary Tanner, a couple that understands from experience how a troubled past can prevent someone from having a better life, Mýa finally gets a fresh start. A new romance with Michael Davis, a handsome real estate agent, also has Mýa doing eighty miles per hour down Love Lane. That is, until a painful memory throws up a roadblock and causes the couple’s joyr... more
  • How to Fold a Taco: Como Doblar un Taco

    by Naibe Reynoso
    How to Fold a Taco is a delightful, irreverent and fun bilingual children's book that uses fantastical elements such as wrestlers, dragons, magicians, dinosaurs and more to explore creative ways to fold the popular Mexican dish, the Taco. By addressing concepts such as left, right, up, down, reverse, dancing, spinning etc. it encourages children to practice basic motor skills, coordination and active imagination. The book provides fun, easy, and imaginative exercises through engaging storytellin... more
  • Enemy Combatant

    by David Dario Winner
    ENEMY COMBATANT is a hyper-charged misadventure driven by a young American’s rage against his government. After stumbling on evidence of CIA secret prisons in Armenia and Georgia, Peter recruits an old friend to help free a dark-ops detainee -- an impossibly reckless prison-break mission, with no skills and no resources, no connection to the captured soldiers and no solid plan for getting home -- fueled by too much alcohol, a pressure-cooker marriage and the recent death of a parent. Set during ... more
  • The Boy Who Weaves the World

    by Marci Renée
    Travel with Pierre on a fun and colorful global adventure. With every new taste, smell, sight, and sound, mysterious and colorful threads appear in his pocket. What are these threads for? What is Pierre supposed to do with them? At the end of the journey, a magical surprise awaits Pierre and his readers. This informational picture book brings engaging content to young readers as they travel the world with Pierre. Fun, playful, and colorful illustrations invite children to fall in love with t... more
  • Ladies Who Lunch

    by Josef Woodard
    In this satirical journey through the chic lunch spots in L.A., newly divorced Danielle Wiffard navigates a maze of romantic, sexual, and musical encounters with celebrities and socialites, from a symphony maestro to a big-hatted country crooner, from a self-obsessed TV talk show host to a has-been teen idol, and a series of fleeting ecstasies and personal and natural disasters. Her lunchtime liaisons and a gaggle of gossips keep an eye on her and an eye on the garçon’s hindquarters as together ... more
  • Messing with Men

    by Christopher Brookhouse
    Retirees on a Florida island try to save an historic house, settle old scores, and pleasure new lovers but risk unearthing long-buried secrets in the bargain.
  • Barefoot Alice

    by Jan Porter

    “Barefoot Alice” is a heart-warming tale of one woman’s journey of loves, lost and found, of discovering ancestral ties and the magical interconnection with life.

    Dumped by her husband and homeless, middle aged Alice finds herself at the Rail Stop Café in a northern gold mining ghost town during a snowstorm.

    Surrounded by wilderness and a strange community at Golden Lake, Alice finds shelter in a 200-year-old schoolhouse with its ethereal teacher and stude... more

  • The Nature of Things

    by Craig Appleman
    Titles in this series reveal predator/prey and other natural relationships and scientific interactions.
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  • The New Manifesto: Or The Slow Eroding of Time

    by Sam Ernst
    Arthur B. Johnson had always heard that a first novel is the easiest one to write. If that’s true, THE NEW MANIFESTO may well be his last. In fact, assuming you’re brave enough to open these pages, he’ll be happy to tell you why. After all, The New Manifesto is a book about writing The New Manifesto. Metafiction, as it were. But it is also a made-up memoir, a future history, a dream journal, and an interactive adventure story. No matter how many tricks he tried, whatever our author wrote alwa... more
  • Ignite

    by Marie A. Wishert
    What good is a finish line if you never experience the route along the way? That’s the question plaguing Ruby Carlson, an impulsive young woman chronicling her premature existential crisis. A runner through and through, Ruby spent her formative years sprinting toward the proverbial finish line of financial independence and the promise of the free-spirited woman she longed to become. But when an unexpected pregnancy results in her transition to the role of mother and provider, Ruby has to s... more

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