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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Sacred Secrets of the Cedar Chest

    by Angela Pisaturo
    Veronica Wheaton was known to her colleagues as a ruthless, cold feeling reporter. She’d stop at nothing to get a story – even if it meant destroying an innocent person. People feared her, her colleagues hated her, and Mark, her boss tolerated her for the sake of the news story. But there was something about Veronica no one knew – she had a wounded heart, so deeply crushed that feeling anything for anyone would cause her great pain. Well, maybe one person knew – the irritating, Bible thumping ... more
  • POTUSLAND

    by Sam Schichter
    Alex, Leo and Morty have been friends forever. When their moronic friend, Morty, gets into trouble, Leo and Alex decide to bail him out on one condition… that Morty run for President of the United States. What does Morty know about politics? Nothing. He’s a porn filmmaker. And what do Alex and Leo know about politics? They’re both political pundits. Leo is also a noted psychiatrist and Alex is a lawyer. Both collaborated on a book about American politics which became an international best-seller... more
  • Zwerfster Chic

    by Billie Kelgren

    “Both sweet & brutal, heartbreaking & wickedly funny.” —CPH View

    Author Billie Kelgren’s award-winning debut novel paints a vivid and poignant portrait of what it means to be the product of your race, gender, and your family through the sharp, unvarnished insights of antihero Elise McNeil. Labeled one of society’s losers, Elise not only comes alive on the page, but her voice will stay with you long after ... more

  • Juicy: A Scoundrel's Tale

    by AK Pittman
    Robert Harris has always been a man with certain appetites. Sure, on occasion the pendulum has swung a bit too far—he is a divorced father of two, after all—but for the most part, his hand has been steady enough to keep the facets of his life moving forward while deftly separating the ones that shouldn’t overlap. But then… Desire breeds desire, and after a time, Juicy is not just Robert’s nickname down on the ‘row, it’s a voice in his head. A being that increasingly has his own ideas—ab... more
  • Made in L.A.: Stories Rooted in the City of Angels

    by Amy Sterling Casil, Dario Ciriello, Jude-Marie Green, Andre Hardy, Gabi Lorino,

    Readers in Los Angeles are thirsty for stories that bring their city to life. This anthology features a diverse range of voices and genres. Like the City of Angels in which these stories were born, nothing is off-limits. Literary or contemporary, noir or ghost story, fabulism or science fiction, each story in this volume will forever change the way you look at this iconic metropolis.

    Made in L.A. Writers is a collaborative of Los Angeles-based authors dedicated to nurturing and promotin... more

  • Fuffles the Ferret

    by Ronald Schneider
    Back in 1935 when 7-year-old Harold Samuels got Fuffles, few if any people kept ferrets as pets. Fewer even knew what a ferret was, including Harold, who when his father surprised him with Fuffles thought he was a weasel. Despite the mistake, Harold was immediately captivated by the small, cute, cuddly creature. He couldn't take his eyes off of him or put him down. Quickly, Fuffles came to occupy a big place in Harold's life. With the joys and fun came the responsibilities. And what Harold was... more
  • Artist, Soldier, Lover, Muse

    by Arthur D. Hittner
    Freshly graduated from Yale, Henry J. Kapler parlays his talent, determination, and creative energy into a burgeoning art career under the wing of painters such as Edward Hopper and Reginald Marsh. The young artist first gains notoriety when his painting of a symbolic handshake between a young, African-American baseball player and his Southern white rival is attacked by a knife-wielding assailant while on display at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington. Yet even as his art star rises, Henry’s pers... more
  • Jade Rivera Saves the President

    by Amy Robinson
    Chaos explodes when Jade Rivera and her best friend KK stumble upon a band of zany suburbanites in the desert of Arizona. The gang has just kidnapped the President of the United States, and now they have the girls, too! The suburbanites are demanding a ransom: they want the Superstition Mountain wilderness area to be developed into a suburban paradise. Drawing on knowledge of the desert environment and from her Mexican and Chinese heritages, Jade forms a plan. With KK’s help, this plan may liber... more
  • Transformation: Living a Christian Life

    by Anthony Walker
    trans•for•ma•tion tran(t)s-fər-’mā-shən NOUN -A marked change, of something or someone. There is a spiritual transformation that we all should go through. This alteration involves changing on the inside and revealing it on the outside. Transformation—Living a Christian Life can be summed up with one Bible verse: “And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God” (Rom. 12:2).... more
  • Las Hermanas

    by Raedene Jeannette Melin
    Machine guns rattle ominously outside, and eleven-year-old Adelita Alvarez must run from everything she knows into the South American jungle. Her family murdered and her people pushed from their land, Adi finds herself targeted by a vicious man who seems determined to kill her. As she survives the dangers of jungle and city, her skill and confidence grow, empowering her to face her fears and the peril she encounters. When she happens on a motley group of orphaned and discarded street kids, she k... more
  • The Cherry Orchard

    by Thomas Jewusiak
    This is a translation, adaption and annotation of Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard
  • School Year of Awesome

    by Jason Rago
    Imagine finally being in the same class as your 3 BFFS! What could be better? But for best friends Dante, Sofia, Zoe, and Kyle, that's just the beginning. Brand new teacher to the school Mr. Robbins will end up changing their lives forever by teaching valuable lessons and empowering the 4 friends to conquer any situation that comes their way. Mr. Robbins is that teacher everyone wishes we had as a kid. Join Dante, Sofia, Zoe, and Kyle as they journey through a year full of laughs, frustration,... more
  • Flying in a Cage

    by Melody J. Bremen
    A song tugs inside me, like a string pulling on my heart. It wants to fly free. Ivory Strade lives in a world of song. As she goes to school, as she eats breakfast, as she walks down the road, she creates melodies in her mind. Every sound she hears – a distant birdsong, the wind in the trees – becomes a symphony. No one knows about her music because Ivory is not like other ten-year-olds. When people speak to her, it’s difficult for her to untangle the words in her mind and she retreat... more
  • The Woogilyboo and the Hot Lava

    by Bryson Reaume
    “This is a Woogilyboo. This is HOT lava. This is the Woogilyboo standing on a rock surrounded by hot lava.” Enter the lava-filled world of the Woogilyboo! Follow his crazy journey as he navigates past weird creatures, up through lava caves and into new and unknown lands. This funny tale, co-written by a father and young son, is a highly original story sure to delight little (and big!) readers.
  • The Day I Went to Space

    by Bryson Reaume
    “Have you ever been to outer space? Well, it’s a very beautiful place.” What if you went to sleep one night and realized your bed had turned into a spaceship? Follow the adventures of a young boy who flies off to space, becomes a space cadet and explores the galaxy with old friends and new aliens. Join us as we find out what happened on The Day I Went to Space!
  • A True Story by Zack

    by Bryson Reaume
    How long can a chicken fly through the air? How do frogs drink water? Who can answer such questions? Meet Zack, an adventurer with a trusty jet-pack, who has traveled far and wide to share amazing and true facts. Full of crazy illustrations and even crazier facts, A True Story by Zack is pleasing for little and big readers alike!

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