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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Diary of Anne Monroe

    by Heidi Andrews
    Margaret an adopted 13 year old moves into her birth mothers childhood home and finds her diary underneath a floorboard and after reading the diary she realizes that it belongs to her birth mother and later goes in search of her against her parents wishes.
  • I Am Nuclear Fusion!

    by Muriel Fitzpatrick

    Rita is a seven-year-old little girl who has two talented best friends, Emma and Lily, but feels that she doesn’t have any special talent—she isn’t a star like they are. Though she loves her friends, she wishes she could be the very best at something.


    Rita begins writing her own story, describing Emma and Lily and their gifts. As she goes through her tale in four different variations, she includes commentary in between, explaining what her teacher is ... more

  • A Kidnapping Revival

    by L. H. McIntosh

    A kidnapping fueled by hate in the stealth of night threatens to derail the faith of the victim’s husband, a preacher, who has his own demons to fight.  Add to this other crimes and bizarre ransom demands.  The husband’s life skids out of control while the fate of the wife is unknown.  Will she survive?  Will she be allowed to return to her husband and child?  Will he survive?   Will their faith endure to the end?  Detectives, led by the hus... more

  • Butterflies in the System

    by Jane Powell

    Butterflies in the System is a story about love, incarceration, and perseverance. Inspired by true events, it follows a year in the life of five teenagers as they struggle through the youth protection system in Montreal. Through the halls of a group home, into lockdown within a youth detention centre, and onto the streets, Sam and her peers navigate through a world kept hidden from the public eye. Their future in the hands of judges, social workers, and childcare workers, the teens learn the ... more

  • The Initiation of Lady de Winter

    by Crystal McKinnis Allen

    How did a nice lady like Ann Audley become Lady de Winter, palace spy and arch-villainess of The Three Musketeers? Was she always a dangerous woman? Where did she come from and what is her story? The year is 1623. Europe quakes with dangerous ideas emerging from the halls of science and an unending holy war directed from the citadels of power. Lady Ann avoids political intrigue by living with her husband and toddler in the English countryside. But when a Vatican agent arrives on her... more

  • Nurse Kit Carson's Knife & Gun Club series

    by L.S. Collison

    Kit Carson, RN, is a single mom nurse trying to save lives and find love in America's New Wild West. A five episode series, with potential for expansion.


  • Rising Star

    by Michele Kwasniewski
    In the first book in THE RISE AND FALL OF DANI TRUEHART series, RISING STAR, fifteen-year-old Dani Truehart is living a life that is not quite her own. Driven by her mother's desire for fame and fortune, she has spent her childhood dutifully training for a career as a pop star. On the brink of discovery, doubts begin to creep into Dani's mind as she questions her own desire for fame, and she wonders whether she can trust the motivations of the adults who are driving her forward. Following a b... more
  • The Lost Gospel of Peace: Hotep Shalom Aleichem As Salaam Alaikum Peace Be With You

    by Timothy
    The present work is an adaptation of Edmond Bordeaux Székely’s Book One of The Essene Gospel of Peace, first published in 1928. To be sure, this is not a new translation of the former volume, instead the present work could best be described as a variation on a theme. In essence, the former volume severed as a rough draft of sorts, from which a more expansive and esoteric narrative was crafted. And while the present work may be correctly classified as historical fiction, it nonetheless aims to co... more
  • Nervous Mary: Drawing Strength from Weakness

    by Laura Atwood Duran
    Amidst the horrors of the Spanish Civil War, one girl struggles to keep her family alive. Trapped in enemy territory during the Spanish Civil War, an impetuous, painfully nervous girl from a Catholic military family is called upon to put aside her worst fears and take charge of her young brothers, mentally ill mother and tortured prisoner-of-war father. In the process she unwittingly demonstrates the true meaning of bravery and loyalty. Based on the childhood & adolescent years of the author’s m... more
  • A Maiden's Prayer

    by Srianthi Perera
    A Maiden's Prayer examines Sri Lankan beliefs in the power of astrology and the role an individual’s character plays in precipitating destiny. It centers on an extended family trying to marry off a rich male relative. Berty Rajakaruna debates whether marriage is worth the price of reclaiming his inherited estate from the clutches of his scheming sister. The estate is special because it was founded by an ancestor who was a Mudaliyar, comparable to a country squire, under British rule. The novel... more
  • Presence, the Play

    by William E. Jefferson
    Presence, the Play offers a penetrating perspective on the vital role personal presence plays in the essence of life. This timely, captivating novel speaks to a growing hunger for a way of life that’s real and tangible, the opposite of an artificial existence lived in a realm of mediated connectivity. The protagonist of Presence, the Play is a playwright and monk named Script who lives on the Isle of Estillyen. On the opening night of Presence, Script’s long-awaited play, he suffers a devast... more
  • The Lion's Cub

    by L M Zorn
    Alexandros, a prince of Macedon, has been a pawn in his parents’ battle for power from his earliest memories. His whole life in the cut-throat world of the royal court has been spent walking the knife edge of their warring demands, balancing his duty to King Philippos’ legacy with his obligations to his mother Olympias and her fierce ambitions, rarely seen as a person in his own right. While tending his horse, he has a chance encounter with Hephaistion, a boy from the back hills who says exactl... more
  • She Remembered

    by Rita H Rowe
    Some memories are best left forgotten, but how much can one woman go through to get them back? When Elena, beautiful and broken, awakes to find herself next to the body of a man, her past becomes entangled with the present, awakening memories that she has been searching for, all her life. Abandoned by her mother, Elena has dealt with terrible dreams for most of her young life, dreams she can never remember. Her love for a boy, Luke, has Elena envisioning a bright future, but after a fateful ... more
  • Shadow's Adventure Home

    by Kathy Kovar
    When a door is left open Shadow the cat gets his chance to chase a real live bird, which leads him on an unexpected adventure. Follow along as he wonders how he will make it back to his family. This is based on the true story of our lovable scrappy cat that went missing for two years when we moved from Fremont to Granite Bay in Northern California.
  • The Peacemaker's Code

    by Deepak Malhotra

    Professor Kilmer, a renowned historian of war and diplomacy, is collected from his home and whisked off to Washington, D.C. Thrust into the highest levels of government as an adviser to the President, the young historian must come to terms with the seemingly impossible, figure out how to navigate a world where not everything is as it seems, and use all the skills and knowledge he has acquired in his life to help save humanity from a conflict of truly historic proportions. A novel that re-exam... more