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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Clouds Float South

    by Paul A. Broome
    CLOUDS FLOAT SOUTH is a volume of ten linked stories that chronicle the span of thirty years in the world of the Smith family, four children and their mother. Alan Smith, the third born child, narrates each story. The initial story, told by seven year old Alan, centers on the untimely death of the family patriarch in the mid-fifties, and the final story takes place in the early seventies, when Alan is twenty-three years old. The volume as a whole depicts various triumphs and failures of a mid-tw... more
  • Aldek's Bestiary

    by Romuald Roman

    “Let me serve others by giving a brief respite from routine thoughts. I lack the material wealth to build a hospital or library, but if my animal stories make you relax and chuckle instead of worrying about problems, then I have succeeded far beyond Jeff Bezos, for he has only his billions, but I have a new friend.” —from the Preface

    Here you’ll find the humorous plot twists and unusual characters of great fiction, but these tales touch on deeper truths abou... more

  • Commendable Delusions

    by A. T. French

    From A.T. French comes a mesmerizing debut collection of short fiction: ten fantastically imaginative, exhilarating, heartfelt stories. Light but profound, these are tales that set the mind aflame.

    “Commendable Delusions is one of those hidden gems... In only ten pieces, it does what the best of stories do: it at once imparts wisdom, inspires the mind, and entertains with a sense of playful joy.” — I... more

  • My Name is Mary Magdalene

    by JC Miller
    Strategically set against the white walls of a psych ward, this contemporary fiction orchestrates a written tapestry chronicling the fragile state of a woman pushed to the edge of insanity. Involuntarily admitted and forgotten under the abusive care of a mental asylum, Mary Magdalene, controlled by an endless routine of over-stimulating antipsychotic drugs and a desire to forget her past, loses sight of herself. That is until a hidden gem resurfaces, compelling her to unscramble the memories... more
  • Lotharingia - Charlemagne's Heir

    by Lara Byrne

    A.D. 1062. The Holy Roman Emperor is dead, and his underage son, snatched from his mother, is a puppet in the hands of regents. The fate of the empire lies in the hands of three women. Surprisingly, the Church takes their side, but Rome’s support has a price. Countess Matilde refuses to be a pawn in the marriage game. Is she the child of Charlemagne’s prophecy?

    'Stunningly researched.'
    'A classic.'

    The youths of Matilda of Tuscany and Henry of ... more

  • Once Upon a Unicorn: An Illustrated Children's Book

    by Isla Wynter
    Blaze the unicorn is born without a horn - will he be able to get it back? Or is he maybe not a unicorn at all? Join Blaze on his adventures as he searches for his horn, meets new friends and encounters an unexpected foe. This illustrated children's book tells a magical story of friendship, helping others and forgiveness. (Revised edition with beautiful new illustrations.)
  • The Little Llama Gets a Cat: An illustrated children's book

    by Isla Wynter
    Lila the little llama is given a cat - but she has no idea what to do with it! Do they like ice cream? And can you be friends with a cat? An illustrated children's book about the joys of adopting a pet.
  • The Little Llama Dreams of Space

    by Isla Wynter
    Lila the little llama has read all about space, but she knows she'll never go there. That's until a dream lets her fly in a rocket, meet animals in space (including the famous dog Laika) and learn about constellations. Get ready for a truly out-of-this-world adventure! An illustrated children's book about space, stars and friendship.
  • Magician of Light

    by J Fremont
    One of the most innovative designers of his time, René Lalique was a leader in the decorative arts. Magician of Light begins in his adolescent years in Paris as a striving apprentice. Meanwhile, across the channel, Lucinda Haliburton is facing her own struggles, including a dysfunctional family and history of mental illness. Her grandfather, Lord Haliburton, suggests a visit to his archeological dig in Egypt in an effort to help her escape her difficulties at home—but the trip ends in disaster, ... more
  • Eden Lost

    by Richard Taylor
    Eden Lost is a romantic novel of 85,000 words cast in a historic setting of grand events and deep human adversity. This story will appeal to those who enjoy the panoramic sweep of history as seen through the eyes of lovers from diverse cultures. Once they confront their differences, can they reconcile them and survive? Can happiness be found in a Lost Eden? This action-packed, romantic story is of hope and love struggling to endure under the most adverse circumstances, yet poetic in utter sorrow... more
  • My Dad, My Rock

    by Victor D. O. Santos

    "A beautifull illustrated, touching tale of love." – Kirkus Reviews (starred review) 

    "A heartfelt and moving ode to the father-son bond. A genuine delight" – Booklife Reviews (Editor's Pick) ⚡️

    "A touching title for good dads everywhere." 

    Betsy Bird (School Library Journal's Fuse #8 Production and Evanston Public Library Collections Development Manager)


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    DEAR LOVE POWA -POETRY RHYME AND SONNETS- VALENTINES SPECIAL Attention news and radio! Dear Love Powa (Special Edition 2022), By midlands based Gary Oliver has been released on Lulu books; This book of sonnets, poems, love songs and verse. He addresses the many aspects of love, its wonder-lust, its excitement, and its joyfulness, but also the life trails, the tribulations and, for those engaged in it, what he calls the Roller-coaster ride of love. In this new powerful poetic work Gar... more
  • Fred The Fuzzy Caterpillar

    by Thomas Rippy
    In the boys back yard lives a green caterpillar. He has no friends, all the other creatures that live in the yard think his fuzzy bristles will sting. As all the animals watch, the boy picks the caterpillar up, and the caterpillar does not sting! The boy names his new friend Fred. And one day, Fred has to defend the young boy, his best friend.
  • Dancing with David

    by Siegfried Johnson

    A boy’s miraculous birth in Bethlehem was vastly unlike Jewish messianic expectations. Might God’s next act be unlike Christian expectations? What if, before Jesus returns, God chooses to send another miracle child . . . a girl?

    In January 2021, archaeologist David Aaronson unearths a 3,000-year-old autobiographical psalm of David near the Dead Sea, inscribed across six tablets and dedicated to a mysterious woman the king calls his Kochav Hayam (Star of the Sea). The discove... more

  • My Pants

    by Nicole Kohr
    MOM SAID THE DOCTOR WAS TOO BIG FOR HER BRITCHES. THAT'S SILLY. THE DOCTOR SEEMED SKINNY TO ME. From the award-winning author behind Two Cents comes My Pants, a funny and heart-warming story about a neurodivergent child. My Pants follows Celana, a relatable and quirky little girl who is obsessed with pants and struggling with everyday social interactions. Her parents take her to multiple doctors who can't seem to give a good explanation for her anxiety. With eye-catching, brightly colo... more
  • Two Cents

    by Nicole Sigur
    YOU CAN'T BE IN A RACE, SILLY. PIGGY BANKS JUST HOLD CHANGE. HERE, I'LL GIVE YOU MY TWO CENTS TO GET YOU STARTED. From the award-winning author behind My Pants comes Two Cents, a heart-warming story about a piggy bank who wants more out of life than coins. In aisle six of the local toystore lives an energetic piggy bank named Koppig. Contrary to his stereotype, Koppig does not like to sit and hold change. He loves to run. When Koppig overhears talk of a triathlon happening in aisle seven... more