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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Linus The Troll

    by Rosie Talley
    As a troll, Linus naturally displays physical characteristics that could appear menacing. Underneath the rough hide of Linus Troll readers discover that despite appearances, “a friend like Linus is hard to find.”
  • Love or Lie

    by Saraya Wilson
    A young woman, Skylan who comes from a small town right outside of Austin, struggles to overcome depression. She gets a job in the middle of trying to overcome depression. The job wasn't anything special until she fell in love with her boss. Skylan finds out that her boss has a secret. Will the secret make the two closer or will it tear them apart?

    by David Olin Tullis
    HE DID IT AGAIN is the story of Luke and his relationships with various people - most notably with Caleb. Caleb brought to Luke's life two things that he never thought he would have again - love and marriage.
  • A Panther Crosses Over

    by Sam Foster
    One hundred and forty years of warfare between the Native American tribes, from the Atlantic to the Mississippi, each fighting for primacy in the trade of furs for European manufactured goods, climaxed in the great geopolitical struggle of the age, the French and Indian War. The war ended with the French surrender of all territorial claims in Canada. At the end of that struggle, a significant political and cultural change happened among citizen of British Crown colonies in North America. With... more

    by Trudy Krisher
    If you’re familiar with the power of #metoo and #shepersisted, you’ll understand the power of ON THE MARCH: A NOVEL OF THE WOMEN'S MARCH ON WASHINGTON. A work of Women's Fiction that has crossover appeal in the New Adult and YA market, ON THE MARCH is about three women, all strangers, who meet on the bus journeying from Kansas to Washington, D.C., to participate in the 2017 Women’s March on Washington. Henrietta Oldham is an elderly woman who runs a failing antique store; Birdie Jackson is a sh... more
  • Sorrow Ledge

    by Kenneth Arbogast
    America is in turmoil. In the wake of a disputed election, simmering political tensions threaten to boil over into violence. Ethnic, racial and religious intolerances are rampant. A divide remains between those who supported or opposed a recent war. The year is 1880. During this conflict, a ship wrecks upon a Maine island. The light keepers rescue the crew and passengers, finding one armed with a pistol and ancient grievances. The keeper faces his most dangerous enemy and greatest possible los... more
  • Disaster at Bushehr

    by Reginald Nelson
    Terrorists have destroyed the nuclear facility at Bushehr with a stolen American cruise missile that was painted with Israeli markings. Their goal is to start a war to bring Israel to its knees. Will they succeed? Will Iran retaliate? Can the INCISOR team unravel the mystery before it is too late? The INCISOR team is growing and fighting terrorism around the globe. A new device helps them pinpoint kidnapping victims which allows for rapid interdiction and resolution. But, the turmoil in the Mi... more
  • The Saudi Oil Gambit

    by Reginald Nelson
    If only you knew what a scary place the world can be... A Saudi terrorist cell is plotting to bring America to its knees. They have their hands on a nuclear device and they want to cripple our oil reserves to keep America needing Middle East oil long into the future. Can they be stopped? Dr. Reginald Nelson is a dentist with international ties to Dubai. He is also an inventor. Dr. Nelson and his two new friends, Lance Wood and Ashonte' Black may have found a way to stop them! One of his inven... more
  • "It's Ok To Be Happy!"

    by Ta'Shay Mason

    Jazmine was able to say goodbye to her daddy at his funeral, but she still has so many questions. Why did her Daddy die? How can she move on without him? And is it okay to be happy again? With Mommy’s help, will Jazmine find a way to remember her daddy and still live her own life? Or will she be sad forever?

    A Child's Journey Through Grief series follows a little girl processing her grief over the death of her father. The series is being told from the little... more

  • Forging a New America

    by Roger Colley

    Twenty year old Alex is inquiring of his 95 year great-grandfather,PapaBear, how his cousin Tyler is getting along in America.  The year is 2033 and the place is thousands of square miles of leased land in the Russian Far East, part of Siberia, now known as New America. Tyler is a college student trying to figure out why Socialism in America is not working very well.  PapaBear relates the stories of Ty's best friend, his coed sweetheart, his favorite professor, and the pitfalls of socialism. ... more

  • Gabby's Love

    by Chani Louise
    Gabby's love is a book about a young girl learning what love can look like. It does not always look the way you expect it to, and it is more than just those three precious words. She is helped by classmate and friend Madison. Madison is not too sure what love truly is but she follows the words from her mother as a means of trying to help Gabby. In the end Gabby learns that it is easier to accept love from others when you first learn to love yourself.
  • The Fabric Over the Moon

    by Ferran Plana

    Stories come alive at night.

    They are whispered around dying campfires, by quiet bedsides, under deformed old trees.

    They might get interrupted by the howling wind, inaudible gasps, or nervous comments, only to be continued fervently once the dust settles again.

    Why did the girl visit the eerie village? What did the gypsy’s words mean? Can the discovery of a new flower change the world?

    Stories are supposed to end but they never do.

    They leave you ... more

  • A Book About Empathy

    by Sohaib Albadawee
    The Book is aimed at 3 to 10 -year-olds and features the story of Maddie, a 4-year-old girl who is the book’s main character. Maddie is outgoing, bubbly and along her journey she encounters multiple characters and situations that helps her understand her own emotions and others. She goes on a journey to recognize empathy and share her learnings along the way with young readers. Illustrated by Anastasiya Kioroglo, the eBook uses colorful illustration and simple narrative to tell the story of Mad... more
  • Cats in the City of Plague

    by A.L. Marlow
    As a great pandemic rages in a city in Medieval France, humans begin to blame cats. Instead of being petted and adored, cats are thrown out of their homes, killed and burned without explanation. Leander can’t understand: He and his fellow cats never did anything wrong, and according to the legend of Le Chat, humans and cats are supposed to have an understanding. When Leander is forced out of his home, he must leave behind his life of comfort to seek safety. Along with several other cats, Lean... more
  • The Hidden Peace In Poems

    by Eric Bruce Smith
    This book contains poetry about life, love and the many obstacles we encounter.  
  • Pekolah Stories

    by Amanda Bales

    A linked story collection centered on a rural community evicerated by economic collapse and steeped in a bigoted and unforgiving religion. From orphaned children to burned-out dreamers to conversion camp survivors, these stories  reveal the desperate hope of people in a place where hope is a hard weight to carry.