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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A World So Bright and Dark

    by Sara Ellie MacKenzie
    Lizzie Colleen MacDougal seems to be a normal teenager. She hangs out with her friends, tolerates school and thinks about love, annoying her siblings and being free from supervision. But her dreams and life clash constantly in a thoughtless rage around her. It makes her question who she is in trying to remember what truly happened, the concept of forgiveness and to cope with the aftermath of heinous abuse and self-harm.
  • Ecochain

    by Dorian Tilbury

    “It’s dying right before our eyes. In two years it could all be gone. Does that mean anything to you?”

    On Africa’s majestic Sukula Plains, nature’s finest predators face a desperate struggle for survival. The lions of Sukula are under threat by unscrupulous trophy hunters, while the research institute that seeks to protect them is floundering through lack of funding. They need a saviour – someone to rescue the struggling Institute and secure the futur... more

  • Shorter of Breath: 8-Tracks. Aliens. Korea. Edmonton. and a Chance to Leave Lame-O Millennial Culture for the '70s!

    by Ken Eckert
    Leisure suits! Muscle cars! An annoyingly ethical cocktail-loving alien! Social justice radicals! Time-traveling terrorist music critics! Just like Jane Austen used to write! Why couldn’t Alan be cool like people in the ‘70s? After breaking up with his girlfriend Sheila and unsatisfyingly teaching English in South Korea, he befriends an alien grad student, Coff, who lets him time-travel to swingin’ 1967 England to live out his retro-boogie fantasy. But now 70 years old in Edmonton, Canada, Alan ... more
  • Sharing Hunter

    by Julie Glover

    Some girlfriends share everything. Why not a boyfriend?

    Rachel and Chloe are the best of friends, sharing everything since childhood. When the senior class’s dream guy suddenly becomes a free man, it’s open season on Hunter Mills, and they both want to take their shot.

    Rachel and Chloe concoct a win-win plan—sharing a boyfriend. Getting Mr. Good Guy to agree is the first step, but once they overcome that hurdle, surely they can make it ... more

  • The Last Merry Go Round

    by C.L. Charlesworth

    Diane Fletcher is left dangling on a tightrope between sanity and insanity. Despite children she loves, and an opulent lifestyle, saying yes to twenty-eight years of marriage with Richard has brought very little happiness. Too many secrets permeate Diane and Richard's relationship. Guilt, alcohol, and sedatives are Diane's safety net when she falls. Regular visits to a psychiatrist have done little more than put Diane back on the tightrope. Richard has other coping mechanisms. He is d... more

  • Plantimals

    by Robert Stevenson
    A "darker Seuss" kind of picture book, which was made possible from a successful Kickstarter campaign. Plants & animals become one to explore the dark depths of Earth & imagination. Sometimes cute, sometimes gross (just like my experience raising my kids:) each page is a unique & curious journey filled with strange creatures & humorous poems.
  • Immediacy: Our Ways of Coping in Everyday Life

    by Fred Emil Katz
    From our birth to our last breath, we must cope with the immediate world around us. Our survival and happiness depend on it. This book shows how the coping works.
  • Bottomless Cups

    by Joel Bresler
    Teddy Greenwald and Ray Starck have known one another since the Truman Administration. What began as a mutual interest in sneak-reading comic books in class evolved into a friendship which has outlasted a great many Presidents and a whole lot more, besides. Teddy and Ray, along with two other boys, formed the core of a group of kids who did everything together. As teenagers, they discovered that restaurants gave free coffee refills even if you didn't order anything else, leading to a lifetime's... more
  • Reunion: Abuse has no limits . . . but neither does love.

    by P. W. Walters
    In this riveting coming-of-age story, one man turns abuse into power--and hate into love. From the moment he's born, Owen Crowley knows nothing but neglect and cruelty until he's finally rescued by a loving couple. But when tragedy strikes, he's left once again at the mercy of a violent, sexually abusive adult--and a long-buried secret that changes everything he thought he knew about his adoptive family and himself. Only one thing pulls Owen through the darkest times: books. As his extraor... more
  • web design and development company

    by Albin Benny
    web design company dubai is the headquarters of most of the top web development companies. It companies provides the services of ecommerce websites ,mobile apps developments and graphic design. One way to promote your business is creating websites for business. Websites tells everything about your business. Now a day’s people uses custom mobile apps for different applications because of its ease of use. Web design is becoming more relevant than ever as users navigate through countless websites e... more
  • I Can

    by Jennifer Miller-Joseph
    The book tells the story of a little girl and the challenges/fears she faces and how with the influence of her grandmother she conquers them.
  • A Healthy Mind is Hard to Find

    by M.D. Snyder
    A Healthy Mind is hard to find by M.D. SNYDER Dedications To my mother; thank you for making me who I am today. To my sisters, Megahn & Teresa; little sisters may grow tall, but still look up to their big sisters most of all. Even if we don’t show it To my cousin Tierney; with a family as large as ours, you made me feel seen. Thank you To Ted; thank you for believing in me. Thank you for everything. To my family who helped me accomplish this goal, thank you. Your support and love ... more
  • I'll Lend You My Daddy: A Deployment Book for Kids Ages 4-8

    by Becky King
    A heartwarming story of love, courage, and comfort during deployment for military families with the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines. In I’ll Lend You My Daddy, young boys and girls find ways to manage their feelings about deployment (from goodbyes, to the first night, to missed birthdays) as they eagerly await their fathers’ return. Through the support of family and friends, care packages, and calls, these children grow strong with the knowledge of what it means to serve, generating pride ... more
  • SHE: A Message for those who Belittle Girls!

    by Dr Sarika Jain
    ‘She’ is not just a word. It is a voice that says – “Stop Hurting Me Every Day.” She wore her scars like wings. She remembered who she was and the game changed. She is different and is not afraid of flying. She is ready to shatter the ridiculous cage that people attempt to build around her. She knows how to convert her pains into smiles because her SMILE is her strongest weapon. She looks into a fire and smiles and tells to herself – “I am mine before I am ever anyone else’s.” She has come to co... more

    by Rose Siva
    The young hero, Josh, travels to Antarctica with his father to join a scientific party attempting to retrieve dinosaur bones recently discovered in a melting glacial cave. His previously adventure in outback Queensland hunting for dinosaur bones (told in Dinosaurs and Dragons), and his involvement with a dinosaur dig makes him a useful addition to the team. Antarctic storms and an accident on the ice compounds their problems as they attempt the recovery. However a Russian recovery vessels coming... more
  • Which Shoes Do You Choose?

    by Aaron Shepard
    Katie is tired of her same old shoes, so she goes to the store to buy new ones. But with so many wondrous choices, how can she ever decide? In this fun story told in lively verse, a young girl gets a peek at the many possibilities open to her in life and embraces them with joy. For ages 2 to 8.