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  • BabyWarrior and the Seven Deadly Grandmothers Book I

    by Emil Simeonov
    “The SpottedOnes! Enormous bear like creatures with horrible jaws full of shiny, sharp teeth, and small, red, bloodthirsty eyes looking at him without blinking. Everybody knew their spots were painted. The SpottedOnes painted spots all over their bodies every morning. They wanted to look at least as pleasant as hyenas, but it didn’t help. They looked hideous . . . horrendous . . . horrifying!! “ Book one of the fantastical adventures of BabyWarrior and his faithful sidekick, BullHorse. A ta... more
  • Pieces To Mend

    by Clarissa Kae
    In their small agricultural town, Scarlett’s family is the picture-perfect variety. The mother encourages juvenile delinquents at the local detention center and her father coaches the church’s youth group. All is right until Scarlett lets a shameful secret slip. Blaming her for the indiscretion, the family silences Scarlett’s accusation but the arrival of a new high school student threatens the delicate balance. Everett’s giant frame and fractured skull are compliments of his father, but h... more
  • The Innocent

    by Heather Shaw
    It's 1982, and a group of locals and ex-pats gather in southern Mexico for a little cuchi-cuchi. Someone is watching, though. Someone knows that the party is just an excuse... but for what? Murder? Or something even worse.
  • Escape from the Lower East Side

    by Richard Peres
    A murder in the old country. A husband and friend's dramatic betrayals. A forgotten tragic tenement fire. This book brings them all together in the true-to-life story of Harris Wolff, based on research of the author's great grandfather and actual events, including participation in Civil War battles. This deeply historical novel of 19th century America transports the reader into the dark, claustrophobic hold of a sailing ship and the dangerous confines of New York City's worst neighborhood. Ulti... more
  • Surviving Crazy

    by Frank Crimi
    After a gigantic solar storm plunges the world into the dark ages, a cast of borderline crazy characters find themselves stranded at a remote mountain diner. Cut off from the rest of the electricity-deprived world, the group, whose grip on sanity is tenuous, and whose coping skills leave much to be desired, are forced to rely on each other with laughingly absurd results. As their situation rapidly deteriorates, the distant town of Jericho becomes their only hope for survival. Only the road to Je... more
  • The Ninth Passage

    by Dale O. Cloninger
    Alec Driver, a WWII veteran earns an advanced degree in music from a prestigious university. At age thirty-seven with glowing recommendations in hand, he secures the post of choir teacher at a small town high school on Florida's west coast. Soon thereafter he falls in love with Tracy Ashbury a bright, talented and attractive student in his choir. Community outrage aroused by his courtship demands his dismissal prompting certain influential citizens to affect Alec's rescue. National recognition f... more
  • Seniors

    by Thomas Quealy
    Four bored senior citizens with shocking pasts — Fred the ex-assassin, Maureen the retired CIA spy, Ida the former dodgy entrepreneur, and Gabe the human lie detector — are all regulars at Pig Feet Sadie’s Cowboy Saloon near Wall Street, a rowdy watering hole for Old Wild West enthusiasts as well as for the modern-day bandits who brought us the devastating 2008 Financial Crisis. In search of a final great adventure before being summoned to that last big round-up in the sky, they instead find... more
  • Raines in the Day

    by Gene Lee

    Raines in the Day, is the story of one man’s life as it unfolds through the first half of the 20th Century with the state of Florida for a backdrop. Rich with the bittersweet gifts of life and infused with the beauty of the sea and the outdoors, Raines in the Day details John Raines journey through loss, love, and healing. With appeal to readers of Patrick Smith’s A Land Remembered, and Richard Powell’s I Take This Land, John Rain... more

  • Billy the Bat

    by Patrick Henry Adams
    Come join Billy the Bat on a trip through the craziest year in modern history- 2020! See where COVID-19 originated, see the Communists react to a horrific event, and show your children what they can do to keep our freedoms alive! A quick, fun look at a long hard year- and this is only the first half! Bonus coloring pages at the end
  • Lake Fun for You and Me

    by Rinda Beach
    This book is part story – part souvenir. Follow Zoe and her family on their lake vacation on the left side of each page. On the right side, there’s room to record your own lake vacation story. When Mom reveals Lake Hunt Fun, the adventures begin. Maddie, Nick, and Zoe explore the lake while they look for answers to Mom’s questions. The more answers they find, the more points they earn towards winning a prize. Zoe is the youngest in the family, but she’s determined to beat her older sister and br... more
  • Snakes and Lovers

    by Anne Lovett

    Can a snake give two stubborn people a second chance at love?

    Beach bum Daisy needs to save her parents’ marriage. They’re the one steady thing in her twice-divorced life. But her trip home to a small Georgia town  gets complicated by a disappeared friend, a small boy named Raj, a five-foot python named Bogart, a jewel thief, a cranky bus, a trip to New Orleans, and, oh yes—the guy who broke her heart in high school. Can Daisy risk a second chance?

  • Bikini Cowgirls of the Urban Legion

    by Dave Agans
    Years after Meg Brecker’s scuba-diving boyfriend is scooped up by a firefighting plane, she returns incognito to investigate the crime scene. Spear-gun-wielding dolphins attack; Meg escapes and collapses on a Galveston beach. So much for going incognito—she wakes up surrounded by the cast of the Next Bikini Cowgirl reality show, and the discovery launches her and the cowgirls into the viral stratosphere. Meg links the show to her boyfriend’s demise and joins as a contestant to find the mo... more
  • Datuk: A Memoir of the Fallen King

    by VC Thong M.D
    “Once, he was like a big tree that sheltered our whole family.”- Mdm LiLi, my mother.
A story about a person in his late life, of how he influenced the dynamics of his huge family. Contrary to his past, when he was rich and powerful, he is now frail, abandoned, and alone. How does a person who was once regarded as the ‘Most Notable Chinese of Kuala Lipis’, end up being in such a situation? And how does his family react to it?
This is a book that tells the final days of that old man, who I love.
  • Priestess of Pompeii: The Initiate's Journey

    by Sandra C. Hurt
    Pompeii, First Century BCE: Fate intervenes when a baby girl destined to be a servant is abandoned and miraculously found by a wealthy merchant family. Epileptic seizures and prophetic dreams disturb young Rufilla's life and loves. Leaving home, she embarks on a journey to ancient Greece where rituals, both healing and provocative, compel her to reconcile her powerful desire for independence with the expected role as someone's wife. Goddesses and gods, oracles and healers, women of wisdom and my... more
  • Try Baby Stuff For Free

    by Amazing Surveys
    Do you love to receive free samples? Simply take surveys, read emails, or play games to try baby stuff for free and also make money and rewards when participating.
  • Melody's Magical Flying Machine

    by Elaine Ambrose
    Melody is an amusing 10-year-old girl with Down syndrome who narrates her adventures. She's a storyteller and loves to daydream beneath a catalpa tree in the backyard. After a sad day at school, she meets an enchanted talking bird, and they use a 3-D printer to create a flying machine so she can soar through the air, scare a group of bullies, and proclaim her unique abilities.