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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • House Divided - The Chronicles of Madoc Book 1

    by Dai Pryce
    The North Wales princedom of Gwynedd mourns at the death of Owain, its greatest leader. Not all grieve though; his son Dafydd, positions himself for an ambitious power grab, and woe betide any that get in his way, be they siblings or not. When Prince Madoc unearths evidence of a murderous plot, his duplicitous half-brother Dafydd is one step ahead of him. As more details come to light, the net closes in on Madoc, and it is only thanks to a chance meeting with an old friend from the Norse ci... more
  • Six Word Wonder

    by Doug Weller

    “Six words to tell a story.
    Not three, or eight, or twenty.
    You may ask - is six enough?
    Well, trust me, six is plenty.”

    A collection of over five hundred stories, each one exactly six words long. Some stories are funny, some poetic, some vulgar, and some are a little disturbing. Each story has been lovingly crafted to amuse and entertain you in six words.

    Doug Weller’s Six Word Wonder is a social media sensation, with over 10,000 followers o... more

  • Grinza's Orchard

    by Leonard Eckhaus
    Featured Grinza’s Orchard Grinza’s Orchard is the story of a Gypsy girl growing up in the early 1900’s in Romania. At five years old she is gifted her own cherry tree and it becomes the centerpiece of the story as she grows up dreaming of one day having her own full-blown cherry orchard. To deal with some of the problems that she faces such as an unwanted boy who is attracted to her, a terribly hard decision she has to make to save her parents from illness during the coldest winter on re... more
  • The Mariner's Grandson

    by Milan Gupta

    Duncan Craig is divorced, lonely, and just turned fifty. He hasn’t been on a date in years and is stuck in a rut. Just as two new women enter his life, he learns he has pancreatic cancer.  

    Meanwhile, his father Jack, suffering from advanced dementia, is visited at his nursing home by a threatening stranger. As Jack’s fragmented memories slowly resurface, Duncan races to identify the intruder. At each turn, he unearths a new clue that only deepens the mystery.

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  • by Patricia Laverne Willis

    Twenty Poems of Poetry Vol-1 is a collection of writings from

    Patrica Laverne Willis, Patricia's words give the reader an understanding of some of the larger ideas in life such as creativity,gifts,stars, and religion.

    She touches on subjects that will make you wonder about the special life we live and is certain that we all have a purpose here.




  • Missing Peace

    by N. K. Holt

    The McKay family's idyllic life in Iowa is about to implode. A mysterious rosary found by soldier John McKay in war-torn Iraq foreshadows an obscure prophecy. As the rosary’s mystique grows globally, his sister, Janey McKay, is threatened when a radical extremist group escalates the stakes by expanding their fight to the U.S. heartland. But can terror destroy a faith that launches miracles?

    Everyone fights a battleA soldier. A sis... more

  • The Last Day of Paradise

    by Kiki Denis

    A Greek family saga that highlights the power of love!

  • Little Polyglot Adventures (Vol. 1) - Dylan's Birthday Present

    by Victor Dias de Oliveira Santos
    Dylan is an American boy like many others. One thing makes him special, though: his parents come from other countries and speak to him in different languages. It's his birthday today and he receives a very unusual present, only to lose it shortly after. Together with his best friend Emma, a sweet bilingual girl born to South African parents, Dylan sets out to find his lost birthday present. During their search, the two multilingual and multicultural friends learn about the value of friendshi... more
  • The Education of Delhomme: Chopin, Sand & La France

    by Nancy Burkhalter
    Hungry for money, Beaulieu Delhomme, the piano tuner for exalted pianist Frédéric Chopin, is lured into a royal spy ring and later condemned for treason by Napoleon III during the 1848 Paris Uprising. His one-time competition for Chopin’s affections, George Sand, might be his only hope.
  • No Danger

    by Filipe Carmo
    This story is set in a bohemian dance club where Peace Police, a music loving and peace devoted young man, meets Firecracker, a young woman he has seen before in hallucinogenic dreams of impossible nostalgia. They both feel instantaneously attached to one another and decide to pursue an intimate relationship, even though a mysterious humanoid crow dressed in a sharp black suit warns Peace Police not to, for his own good.
  • Beloved Woman: A Historical Novel

    by Sheri Peppers
    Beloved Woman is the epic journey of a privileged young Englishwoman who accompanies her merchant father to the new world. Thrust into the primal brutal world of the American Indian, Bryanna is transformed into a warrior amid the clashing cultures of the Cherokee, Creek, and Iroquois in the year 1705. Bryanna and her father arrived in North Carolina from London to trade for furs with the Cherokee Indians in the Allegheny Mountains. A campsite attack changes her world. Her only reason for l... more
  • Between These Walls

    by Michael Newman
    A novel of historical fiction that turns on two key events: the discovery of a beautiful blonde woman’s body in the back seat of a burnt out SS staff car during the last days of World War II, by US Army Medical Corps Colonel Samuel Singer, and the unsealing more than four decades later of a security-taped package from Germany, bearing a secret that changes the life of New York art curator Daniel Singer, the adopted son of Colonel Singer. As Daniel learns more about the package’s contents, he unl... more
  • Lucky's Adventure in the Great Outdoors

    by Elizabeth Macy
    A city dog and a city cat set out on a camping trip in the Adirondack Mountains! Will they make new friends with the forest animals? Will they learn to work as a team? Join Lucky the rescue dog and her pals on their 3rd adventure as they take an action-packed canoe ride that leads to some rather unlucky situations. Although they are all different, Lucky, Hershey and the forest animals realize that with a little kindness, gratitude and cooperation they can build new friendships and ha... more
  • Springtime in Lawrence Park

    by Arnold Logan
    Marie Barnacle should have had the perfect life. Born into wealth and prestige, she grew up in posh Lawrence Park, with its winding roads, stone mansions, and old money. But Marie’s charmed life is haunted by a dark family secret. The youngest child of Raul and Tabitha Barnacle, Marie Dorée is burdened by her parents’ attempts to burnish the faded glory of their dynasty. This dark satire follows Marie through her troubled childhood, rebellious adolescence, and her efforts to establish a life bey... more
  • A Cord of Three Strands

    by Christy Distler
    Born to a French trader and a Lenape woman. Reared by Quakers. As the French & Indian War rages, Isaac Lukens strives for peace—between Pennsylvania and its Indian tribes, and between his own heart and mind.
  • Toy Soldiers Don't Grow On Trees...Or In Gardens

    by josh eidlitz
    Follow along with Ryan as he tells his fun story, and see what lessons he learns along the way! You will laugh in delight with your child as this cute and hilarious story unfolds. This story conveys an important lesson in love and the relationship between child and parent. Boys and girls alike will enjoy this book with it's easy to read story line and illustrations.