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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Edge of Destiny

    by Phil Brown
  • Catching the Wind

    by Steve Physioc
    A captivating tale of duty, honor, love — and baseball Sam Cloud-Carson knows great loss. He lost his family and then his freedom when he was blackmailed into working as a tracker for a private military company in the rugged mountains of Afghanistan. Conniving CEO Drake Dixon didn't make it easy, but Sam finally has a fresh start in Nicaragua, where his journey is just beginning. Sam’s natural talent and innate kindness bring attention from scouts — and from a troubled woman who faces ... more
  • Afterword

    by Jeremy Bibaud

    Twelve of the weirdest and wildest jobs you never knew existed.

    Take a journey through time in this genre-bending story collection and witness the lives of twelve fictional characters working some of history’s strangest professions that no longer exist.

    Heppiri Otoko, a man born with the embarrassing ability to manipulate the sounds of his bodily gas into music, answers the call to help one of history’s greatest composers find his love of music when he... more

  • Take Me With You

    by Linda Duddridge

    When awkward musical theater nerd, Sam, meets Rose at a party, he’s convinced they belong together. She’s perfect in every way, but he’s constantly worried he’ll lose her. He tries to be a good boyfriend, but he’s always getting things wrong. He could blame his abusive dad or even his best friend for sabotaging his relationship, but deep down he knows the truth: he’s not worthy. After all, he drove his mom away when he was ten.

    Alcohol helps Sam cope.... more

  • North Hill

    by William Zink
    Puck Beck feels invisible. Born into a large Catholic family, he’s a wise guy, the resident wit. But humor can’t seem to get him out of the shadows of his older brothers or make his dad appreciate him. His dad, afflicted with polio in the 1950s epidemic, runs an automotive garage but then loses everything when his business partner skips town. Puck and the boys help fend off the family’s financial ruin by doing odd jobs, until one day when the amazing Teresa Del Rosa appears. Desired by every guy... more
  • Dear Inmate

    by Lisa Boyle
    Massachusetts, 1854. The anti-foreigner American Party, better known as the “Know-Nothings,” take power throughout the state. The city of Lowell elects Leonard Ward, a member of the party, as its mayor. Suddenly the “Know-Nothings” are everywhere. And they’re going after the Irish. Rosaleen is ready to fight back. Emboldened by strange conspiracies about the Catholic Church, violent mobs and corrupt government officials are making life nearly unbearable for her people. Lowell’s newly formed... more
  • The Adventures of Peyton and Myown

    by Alicia Greene
    The imagination of a child is endless. Go with Peyton as she explores the world through her imagination with her stuffed lamb Myown. Peyton discovers animals, colors, shapes, letters and more. Keep reading to find out where Peyton will take you next!
  • Ruby Ring

    by Gera Jones
    Ruby Ring (Book 3) Trading her simple homeless life—where no one knew she existed—for a normal life, Ruby discovers her identity as a central figure in Gunpowder, Kentucky and in its future. Key to continuing the bloodline and name of the founding ancestors, Ruby immerses herself in her new life with husband, Derek, and baby boy, Claudius. She comes to realize she leads the rising generation charged with continuing the heritage and unique nature of the Kentucky town. With a world pandemic desce... more
  • Dashboard Lights

    by Gera Jones
    Dashboard Lights (Book 2) Having recently left her homeless, nomadic life behind, Ruby adjusts to her new life as a “real” person in the unique town of Gunpowder, Kentucky. Although she now has a legal identity, the mystery of who she really is remains. Who is her mother? Who are her biological people? As Ruby continues to seek answers, happily awaiting her marriage to her beloved Derek, a dark secret from her past threatens to upend her new life and the future she is working so fervently to b... more
  • Painted Windows

    by Gera Jones
    Painted Windows (Book 1) is a charming story about a teenage girl, Ruby, who is trapped in a homeless, nomadic life. The first novel in a series of three in The Gunpowder Series, Painted Windows lands Ruby in yet another random town—Gunpowder, Kentucky. To the real world, Ruby does not exist. Undocumented, no last name, and recording her approximate age with slash marks on her forearm, Ruby survives only with what fits in her trusty backpack. She shelters in abandoned dwellings and outbuilding... more
  • The Bitch of Buchenwald: Her Tainted Legacy

    by Wendie Pecharsky and Jill Merzon
    Spanning six decades, this tense and riveting fact-based Jewish historical novel transports readers from the gates of Buchenwald to the streets of modern-day London, where the son of Ilse Koch, the notorious Bitch of Buchenwald, is planning an anti-government coup. But first, he must secure his sisters’ diaries, which hold the key to Ilse’s legacy: a fortune in looted Nazi gold.
  • Farida

    by Amal Ibrahim

    Kidnapping,murder,slavery and forced marriage. This heart-wrenching story will take you through a mosaic of middle eastern traditions and customs. Three generations of women will captivate with the intricacies of their lives in a small Lebanese village. This is the story of sisters Farida, who by circumstance is forced to marry a stranger to save herself and Aujene, who is forced to marry a man she despises. Their mother Tala, who roams the streets in search of her sanity and bears the b... more

  • Black Ink

    by Jabari Khalfani
    Black Ink is a poetry book that encapsulates the experience of the poet, a black man, from adolescents to manhood. It gives insight into the heartache of mistakes and loss of a young man trying to find his way in a world that rejects him. It shares the wisdom of a father to his children, as well as celebrates the beauty of women and black love all while understanding his value in a world that tries to tell him he has none. It is truly one of a kind.
  • Westbound

    by K. Patrick Conner
    Retired newspaper editor Elliott Madison has written a book about his great-grandfather's harrowing journey around Cape Horn and his great-grandmother's tragic journey west on the California Trail, the homestead they developed into a prosperous ranch in Northern California. But Madison's life is turned upside down when a woman from New York City flies out to San Francisco and tells him that she believes a distant relative, a former Civil War infantryman named Benjamin Harrigan, and his great-gra... more
  • The Seven-Day Resurrection

    by Chevron Ross
    A failed novelist awakens one morning to find that his mother has come back to life, seven years after her funeral.
  • Pay Me to Do Nothing!

    by Otto Bocktopus
    You probably never met anyone who thinks like Otto – laugh your way to a new life perspective! People always told Otto that working hard would lead to being more successful and that being more successful would lead to being happy. But that wasn't true. Shake your head at his antics, giggle at his tales, and come away with a whole new perspective on companies and work and laziness and happiness. --- At his first job, Otto Bocktopus busted ass and made $3.35/hour. Last year, like most ... more