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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Spell

    by C.V. Shaw

    The Spell is a story about a royal family set in sixteenth-century England, which is torn apart when an archer shoots an arrow at the very young Princess Isabella. King Maurice becomes lost in the forest in his quest to find the mysterious archer despite being advised against it. He enters an enchanted territory where he becomes bewitched by a mysterious old lady and her granddaughter who use potions to keep him captive in their cottage while pretending to offer hospitality. The king’s ... more

  • Fair

    by Ed Seaward
    Eyan, homeless and all but invisible, drifts through the sundrenched streets, parks and boardwalks of Los Angeles, sometimes avoiding, and other times seeking the shadows. A chance encounter with a childhood friend, Marc, leads Eyan to meet ‘the professor’, an erudite and tragic figure who takes Eyan under his wing, reading to him from Milton’s Paradise Lost in the lustrated light of the city at night. But these friendships also drag Eyan into the City of Angels’ Skid Row, the largest homeless ... more
  • In Her Own Footsteps

    by D.J. Richardson
    In the summer of 1859, British and American troops stood at the brink of war over a small island in the Pacific Northwest, each claiming sovereignty over the region in a military standoff that has become known as the “Pig War” of San Juan Island. In the midst of the dispute sat a Hudson’s Bay Company farm, where seventeen year-old Flora Ross, the Métis daughter (Anishinaabe/Scottish) of a prominent company family, nursed a farmworker’s dying wife. The American instigator of the military incursio... more
  • visibility saves lives

    by sijo james
    Online shopping is the best option for people who do not have much time for shopping and are busy in their work.The rapid growth of technology leads to the electronic method of selling goods. The online shopping give the freedom to buy in the early hours or in the late hours. The online shopping have the opportunity to stay at home and shop. Wherever you are, you can buy visibility saves lives without any interference. Convenience, Broad range ... more
  • Diary of a Giraffe. Harry and a Potty

    by Yana S.
    Harry the Giraffe will Teach all the Kids to Go Potty in a Funny and Entertaining Manner! Perfectly Illustrated HD Pictures! Smooth & Easy-to-Understand Story line! A Perfect Gift to Parents of Toddlers and all the Kids ages 3-6!
  • Whitewashed

    by Sandy Berman
    Tommy Stern has never gotten over the suicide of his best friend, Ben Lowe, who in the summer of 1951 is found hanging from a tree in the woods behind their high school in Huntsville, Alabama. A year earlier, Huntsville becomes home to 118 former Nazi scientists and engineers who have been brought to the United States through a secret government-sponsored project called Operation Paperclip to work on the space program. Even past evidence of war crimes does not disqualify these men from entering ... more
  • Secure in God

    by Rita Lulay Malsch
    Guidance by looking at a higher authority.
  • Corona Daze: Eva's time at home during Covid-19

    by Jennifer Angel
    When Eva stays home during the Coronavirus pandemic, she learns about the virus, the importance of good hygiene, and how to process difficult emotions.
  • Swimming Sideways

    by Mary Cresse

    Mary Clement, a New York magazine editor whose drinking lands her in a welfare hotel, is in the midst of a bender when she sees an envelope stuffed under her door. Inside is a hefty inheritance check. Bitterly she throws it aside, muttering to the ghost of her abusive father, “Fuck you, fuck your money, I wanted a family.” 

    Mary has been at the hotel six months—forgotten, invisible, her New York days a distant memory and a long way away from the the small, rough-a... more

  • The Twelve Spies Of Moses

    by Bruce R. Hampson
    The true adventure hides in history, unwritten… After four hundred dark years of slavery in Egypt, Moses leads his tribe home. Having crossed the desert wilderness of the Sinai Peninsula, overcome danger, thirst, and hunger, the nation of Israel stands on the doorstep of the Promised Land. Two and a half million people, including a powerful army of more than six hundred thousand trained soldiers, are camped at Kadesh-Barnea, torn between excitement and trepidation for what lies ahead. F... more
  • Paths: The Diary of Baine Adams

    by Paul Hood
    Paths: The Diary of Baine Adams, is the story of Baine Henry Adams, a gifted writer that escapes his hometown of Bessemer, Alabama after his mother inexplicably abandons him and his Grandfather. With this Baine struggles to come to terms with this traumatic event and decides to head North in search of "Momma," and to live out his dream of being a working writer living in New York City. As he eloquently expresses his thoughts within his journal and examines questions about Momma's leaving and Gra... more
  • Small White and the Wing Tailor: Counting and Colours Book for Kids

    by Antonina Novarese
    A small white butterfly has a broken wing, so she is looking for a wing tailor. But first, she needs to find one blue berry, two brown tree stumps, three black beetles…. Can you help her? With its colourful and captivating illustrations, this engaging circular tale gives little readers numerous examples of kindness and compassion. Small White always finds time to help others in need, while pursuing her own journey and keeping an optimistic attitude.
  • Architect of Hope

    by Heath Greenis
    Two women, two couples separated by more than a century, yet intertwined. Modern-day couple Keeghan and William discover a scrolled portrait sealed within an old bottle along their ocean wall. The portrait kickstarts Keeghan into a series of continuing, realistic dreams; an odyssey of pride, greed, hope, compassion, and family. With her royal heritage limiting her career choices, Natasha elects to volunteer at a local orphanage. Empowered by the experience, and her relationships with Stewa... more
  • Coop The Cat

    by Wendy Weber
    Coop The Cat is a touching tale of a cat who wants nothing more than to explore the outdoors. With an overprotective owner, Coop is finally able to realize his dreams and his wishes for freedom are granted. The story begins with a young girl who receives a cat as a present and the mother who refuses to let the cat go outside. The mother soon realizes that her over protective helicopter ways have diminished the cat's happiness and therefore she comes to a realization that benefits Coop the Cat ... more
  • Children of Pleiades, Rise of the Henge

    by Lloyd Tosoff

    “Rise of the Henge” is the first in a two part series, “Children of Pleiades.” It is a thought provoking supernatural epic that takes the reader through ancient historical settings, legends of alien visitations, ethereal realms, and the entire spectrum of human experience as it has existed since time began. A cinematic tale that follows three generations of a star seeded bloodline, “Rise of the Henge” is a character study with deeply insightful lessons in t... more

  • Glory Bound

    by Lloyd Tosoff
    To take the life you are given and raise it up to a higher purpose against all odds is to define the term, “Glory Bound”. Born and raised with neither means nor opportunity to go beyond the humble beginnings of his heritage, Ted Dimitroff was a man of courage that defied the odds against him. It was the spring of 1941 when the 17-year-old walked into the Canadian Army recruiting office in Prince George, Canada and lied about his age to join in the war effort against Nazi Germany. Many like Ted, ... more