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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Honey Harvest

    by Elissa Kerr
    It's late summertime in the meadow. Flowers are in full bloom and honeybees float on the warm breeze. It's now time to harvest honey from the hive. Beautiful illustrated, this buzz-worthy book is the perfect introduction to the tools and traditions involved in beekeeping.
  • Sunkissed

    by Elissa Kerr
    It's late spring in the garden. The birds are chirping and flowers rustle in the breeze. That only means one thing; it's time to plant sunflower seeds. Celebrating the special bond between a mother and daughter, this story shows readers what plants need to thrive and grow.
  • Pony's Girl Parables

    by Deborah Draves Legg
    Pony's Girl Parables is a book for all ages Stories as parables share wisdom allowing us scope to relate to the content on a personal level. We can read or be read a parable as a child, glean one message, then reread it as a teenager or young adult, and other concepts surface. As adults, parables remind us to thoughtfully reflect upon our own lives, maybe even our reason for being. Join the Journey Travel along with Girl, guided by Pony and Bee, as she remembers whom she was born to be.... more
  • Suzette and the One-Eyed Cat

    by Jeanne Fortune
    An adopted girl travels to Haiti to meet her biological family for the first time. Escorted by her adoptive parents, she is filled with many fears. Why didn’t her birth parents keep her? Was there something wrong with her? Was she so different that she could not stay with them in Haiti? What will her family be like? As she experiences the village of her birth, Suzette meets her birth mother, siblings, and a one-eyed cat. The encounter with the cat leaves a lasting impression and is the key to Su... more
  • Cyril in the Flesh

    by Ramsey Hootman

    Once upon a time, hacktivist Cyril Blanchard’s passionate letters won the heart of the woman he loved. Unfortunately, he let his best friend take the credit—and the girl. Robin discovered the truth years too late, after a hacking exploit gone south left her husband dead and Cyril in prison.

    Now he’s out, and Robin says she’s prepared to give him a second chance. Unlikely. Cyril may be pretty on paper, but in real life he’s a belligerent, foul-mouthed neckbe... more

  • Surviving Cyril

    by Ramsey Hootman

    When Robin Matheson’s husband is killed in Afghanistan, she has no choice but to pull herself together for the sake of their son. She finds some satisfaction in cutting ties with Tav’s obnoxious best friend, Cyril—a 500-pound hacker who didn’t even bother to come to the funeral.

    Unfortunately, her three-year-old decides Cyril is now his best buddy, and Robin can’t bear to take anything else away from her son. A few hot dogs and video games won’t do an... more

  • Bride of the City Volume 1

    by AK Kulshreshth
    In the ancient republic of Vaishali, a childless couple discover an abandoned infant girl in a mango orchard. They name her Ambapali, one who sprouted from a mango. When she turns eighteen, Ambapali is forced to become a courtesan – the Bride of the City – under Vaishali’s laws which dictate that a woman as beautiful as her cannot be only one man’s wife. Ambapali bows before the iron law of her society, but does not allow herself to be crushed. She sets terms that make her residence, the Palace ... more
  • Snowy and Zoey's Big Life Lesson

    by Hilda Youssef
    The tale of an odd relationship that blossomed despite the two's vast differences. Snowy and Zoey are completely different, but they are great friends and go to the same school. Zoey realizes that her pals are not like her, yet they include her in all of their activities and games. It's a tale about how, despite our differences in appearance and voice, we all have a lot in common, much like the two best friends Snowy and Zoey.
  • Skins of Lightning

    by P. J. Christman
    A substitute teacher and former runner inspires his sixth-grade class of underprivileged students of Santa Fe. He starts girls' and boys' cross-country teams to develop motivation and discipline that will apply in the classroom. Readers will discover a feel-good ending in a climactic middle-school race.
  • Life After Ali

    by Rashida Tayabali

    "Widows are bad luck. Everyone knows that!"

    An unexpected phone call shatters Indian immigrant Tasneem Zain’s idyllic family life in Sydney, Australia. Her husband has been in a terrible accident. Doctors aren’t sure if he’ll make it. When Ali dies, Tasneem’s social status changes overnight and she becomes a social pariah. She's also expected to live out the rest of her life alone.

    But life has something unexpected in store for Tasneem.

  • The Bookseller

    by Peter Briscoe
    Four stories about professors, students, librarians, booksellers, and early scientific explorers—all living literately, on journeys of the mind. The first story, "One of Our Stars," is about a professor so engrossed in difficult studies that even a blatant sexual invitation (accepted) merely distracts him. He concentrates with the mental force of a chess grandmaster, a zen roshi, or a musical virtuoso. The next story about a female college student is set in a Colombian jungle. The third story po... more
  • A Particular Friendship

    by Paul Van der Speigel
    Tom Morton is a gay Catholic priest whose closeted life is shattered when the man he fell in love with as a young man comes back into his life. A train of events is set in motion and Tom finds himself in a confrontation with a powerful bishop, a man who is a dark figure from Tom’s past.
  • The Lion in Your Heart

    by R.C. Chizhov

    "A winning story about tapping into your inner strengths. -- MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
    **Females of Fiction Award Finalist** **LoveReadingUK Indie Books We Love** ** Readers Favorite**

    The Lion in Your Heart is a fun, inspiring and empowering story that teaches teaches children how to overcomes their fears and find courage in difficult situations.
     Heartfelt storytelling paired with vibrant illustrations convey a valuable lesson for all childre... more

  • Kids Make America Great Again

    by Frank Nato
    During the seismic corona pandemic, a lot of parents lost jobs. Oprah and Ariana try to rescue their parents financial situation by coming up with a n idea. Word goes round about their services. The president invites them over and they do what they do best. After they are done working, the president won't pay and can't pay. He is focused on the coming elections. The country needs leadership from the man in the Oval Office. The president decision on how to pay them unravel what is hid... more
  • Lakota Cowboy

    by John Hafnor
    Meet the last open range cowboy and the last nomadic Native American. Better yet, be present for their first handshake in the pages of Lakota Cowboy. Their stories become entwined in an unlikely friendship, but cannot change the inexorable march of history. You’ll witness that march from the back of a horse as they trot across the Little Bighorn, into the Canadian wilderness, past Wounded Knee Creek, to finally arrive in a homestead world of badlands hardship and romantic heartbreak. This unse... more
  • The Adventures of Princess the Staffy Dog: The Fight for Theo Castle

    by S P IRELAND
    Princess the staffy dog wears a collar which releases a magical butterfly in times of need. Together, Princess and her friends must fight against the evil of a witch and a colony of rats who are determined to take over Theo Castle. Through trust in her friends and a magical collar on her side, surely Princess will overcome all evil. With loved ones lost and friendship put to the test. the true battle has only just begun.