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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Once And Future Wife

    by Clarissa Kae

    Immortal men like Rhys Glyndwr belong to forgotten fables—along with his reincarnating wife—but instead, they haunt the mind of a modern scientist, Isla Belle Thorne. Like an old blanket, visions of the healer servant and his wife, the daughter of a duke, have comforted Isla Belle, the only constant in her unstable childhood. When her mother is hospitalized for a mental breakdown, Isla Belle fears for her own health and keeps the visions a secret. As Isla Belle starts her new job ... more

  • Descents Vodka'

    by Dominique jenkins
    -lucky bones & steady conquert is my name: Dominique .T. Jenkins "the sister" . -Nothing can stand-out more than 'Loyalty, Money & Education of Yearly Communion . As a young woman whose Life depends on everything & everyone to make the right Bucks in Life to out defind the next Script in her Life after family & honor society school are all put on hault , Graduated ;but nothing changes around her but teasers & self-discipline. Lots of people personals such as theraputic backgrounds also comm... more
  • Something in Madness (DarkHorse Trilogy, Book 3)

    by Ed Protzel
    Set in 1865 Mississippi, Something in Madness illuminates Reconstruction, one of the darkest periods in American history and the roots of America’s ongoing racial divide. The novel incorporates well-researched details of real events and attitudes from the era to ground both the characters and the story in reality. And its varied points of view — black, white, mixed-race, Native American, male and female — will leave readers questioning their own place in society. Appomattox ended the war with... more
  • Harry the Camel

    by Diann Floyd Boehm
    HARRY THE CAMEL will surely pull on the heart strings of readers as he pines for a life he can never have. Harry lives in the sand dunes of Dubai, and he often watches from a distance as the beautifully sleek race horses at the track run their laps. He laments that his back isn’t as smooth as theirs and wonders how much faster he could run without his bulky old hump. As he dreams of the possibilities, Dover the bird swoops in and teases him about his hump, making him feel even worse about how he... more
  • The Little Girl in the Moon - Moxie and Tycho Town

    by Diann Floyd Boehm
    The Little Girl in the Moon author, Diann Floyd Boehm, has teamed up with her daughter, Katherine Louise, in the third book in the series, The Little Girl in the Moon - Moxie & Tycho Town. Together, they have created the imaginary town nestled in Tycho Crater, which is located on the Earth's moon. Katherine and Diann's collaborative artistic talents have brought the town to life. The colorful illustrations are sure to spark young readers' imaginations. Moxie, the little girl in the moon's pet do... more
  • The Little Girl in the Moon the Big Idea!

    by Diann Floyd Boehm
    Every night the little girl in the moon watches the earth from afar just like the earthlings gaze at the moon and wish upon the stars. One night she sees so many wishes not quite reaching the stars and she tells her mommy how it worries her. She wants, with all her heart, to help the wishes get to the stars so they will come true. Her mommy whispers a secret to her that sparks the little girl’s imagination. Before long the Little Girl in the Moon gets a ‘Big Idea’ and she and her Moonling friend... more
  • The Little Girl in the Moon

    by Diann Floyd Boehm
    An inquisitive little girl who lives on the moon wonders if earth children know about ‘moonlings’. Her mom asks her if they did, what she would want the earth children to know about her life on the moon. The little girl shares her thoughts on how she’s ‘just like them’ and with each illustration you see the connection of the earth and the moon. Creative depictions of each phase of the moon reveal a bit more of the little girl until eager readers finally see her bright smiling, full-moon face. Sh... more
  • A Quest to get Homebound

    by Charles.G. Fournel

    It is the midst of the second European war and rationing is tightening everyone’s belts, yet down the dark alleyways of the French capital city, Paris, you would find a man who could get you anything on the underground market. When a captured American ranger, receives news from home, he must escape from the Nazi prison camp in East Germany and he embarks on a quest to get to a neutral land, so he may return to his wife in America. Unexpectedly the United States soldier finds himself bec... more

  • Little Tony's Worldly Adventures

    by Nadine Faustin-Parker
    Ever since Little Tony was two years old, he’s had the opportunity to join his parents on family vacations and business engagements across the world. His passport is filled with colorful Custom Services stamps from entering and leaving different countries. He has such a great memory and loves to share his experiences with family and friends. He hopes to open your eyes to places and things to look forward to when you travel. If you have already visited these countries, you will definitely be remi... more
  • B08BW5Y7WH

    by Chris Elle Dove
    Gabby is an energetic and curious puppy, who likes to find things. Your children will love following along, as Gabby discovers balls, socks, sticks, and even a toothbrush. One day, while she's out exploring, Gabby sees something move. The "smallish something" turns out to be Katie, a clever and inspiring caterpillar. Your kids will share in the delight as Gabby and Katie meet, and will understand why, after playing together, they become "the best of friends". Gabby reminds us that true friend... more
  • Ordinary

    by Hariram Suthakaran

    Aaron is 10-Years old and is about to start his very first day at school since he has autism. He has always been autism. What do you think will happen when he starts he first day

  • The Empty Cell

    by Paulette Alden
    In the wake of the brutal lynching in 1947 of a young black man named Willie Earle by a mob of cab drivers in Greenville, South Carolina, four people on the periphery of Earle's life find their own lives unexpectedly upended. Lee Trammell, one of the twenty-eight cabbies acquitted at trial, is tortured by the idea that no guilty is not the same as innocent, and escapes in the only way he knows how. Alma Stone, who loved Willie when he was a child, loses her religion and flees the South, only to ... more
  • Two Close: a story of survival

    by Roberta Roy
    The sequel to the Jenkins Living Now Award winner in Inspirational fiction, Jolt: a rural noir, Two Close: A Story of Survival follows the paths of the Matters family, Mary, Lou, and their sons, Jason and Marty. Separated by circumstances following terrorism and a nuclear meltdown, Mary, at home, recuperates from radiation sickness while, Lou, brain injured in a dirty bomb explosion, recovers from amnesia and right side brain damage. Their sons, wishing to miss the effects of radiation fallout, ... more
  • I Adopted My Mom at the Bus Station

    by Savannah Hendricks
    In the summer of 1993, on the ninth anniversary of her Mama’s death, Sandy runs away. Having a fear of germs is inconvenient when you’re on a road-trip adventure. However, needing to know what it’s like to have a mom, and to finally see the beach means more than anything to an eleven-year-old. Some sixteen years later, a man Sandy never wanted to see again shows up at her doorstep. When Sandy’s best friend places an ultimate life-changing decision in her hands, Sandy must venture back down th... more
  • How to become an information security expert with CISSP certification.

    by Rob Davis

    How to become an information security expert with CISSP certification.

    Our vicinity has changed we aren’t surrounded by cattle, farms, and chickens anymore. Life aspects all around us have changed dramatically if it’s an agro-based industry or a dairy industry it has to confirm its digital presence to run the business smoothly in this ever-changing world. Our turf not only includes all our equipment and machinery in our arsenal but data & inf... more

  • Death in Coimbra

    by Catherine Mathis
    Imagine yourself, a lord at the court of Portugal’s King Pedro. Now you must kiss the hand of Inês, newly crowned queen – and six years dead. The Tudors of England have nothing on the royals of medieval Iberia. In Portugal, long before Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet, Pedro and Inês lived and died in a tale of jealousy and revenge most bloody and tragic. Pedro's father nearly lost his crown to a bastard sibling. A loyal courtier, Gonçalves, rescues the crown earning the undying, unque... more