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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Geneva's Truth: A Prolific Story of Love, Loss, Forgiveness and Truth

    by Tomeka Walker Ewing
    Geneva's Truth is a powerful fiction novel about a young woman who has spent her entire life living a lie. When the lie catches up with her, she has to pay a karma that is too much for her to bare. She loses love and hope but the promise of God restores her. You will find pieces of yourself in Geneva. She will make you laugh, cry, and think. She will empower you to take off the mask, be yourself, love yourself and speak life!
  • Molly Saw A Bear

    by Leta Serafim
    Molly was a very shy girl who rarely talked in school, until one day she saw a bear out on the playground and found her voice in order to save it.
  • Molly Saw a Bear

    by Leta Serafim
    Molly, a very shy kindergartner, rarely spoke in school, until one day she saw a bear outside on the playground and found her voice.

    by john berry
    This is a futuristic action-packed thriller as if C.S. Lewis wrote a Tom Clancy novel. Civilization is in crisis from earthquakes, floods, pandemics, crop failures, and the prospect of World War III. Jason Johnson is a CIA agent who is sent on a potentially suicidal mission to Israel to help it defend itself against a multi-national invasion. His nemesis is the Secretary General of the U.N. who is secretly plotting to double cross Israel and rule the world. Life-threatening obstacles are thrown... more
  • NEIL

    by M. A. RENOUF
    Despite being the son of the Grand Alpha, Neil Dane's life was anything but a free ride. Lost in his own darkness, he meets his step-mother's niece and his life seems to take a turn for the better. Thought the ups and downs, their love for each other only grows stronger, but society has a different view on his new-found happiness.
  • Little Blue Flame's Big Adventure

    by Aaron J. Cole
    What happens when a small adventure turns into a big problem? Join Little Blue Flame as he leaves his home for the first time to set out across the great, wide stovetop. Discover that being small doesn’t mean you can’t think big.
  • He Does Not Die a Death of Shame

    by Jack Hoffmann
    This novel spans two generations from 1908 to 1972. It compares and contrasts antisemitism in 20th century Europe with apartheid in South Africa It follows the lives of two sensitive young men, one white, one black, in the thrall of diametrically opposite goals. Zak Ginsberg grows up in the shadow of his parents' sad histories. He seeks solace from his Zulu nanny, Zanele and befriends her son Simon. Awareness of the Second World War, his Jewishness and the status of the black population, slo... more
  • Once upon a Mulberry Field

    by C. L. Hoang
    As Roger Connors, a widower with no children, ponders whether to pursue aggressive treatment for his cancer, a cryptic note arrives from a long-lost USAF buddy announcing the visit of an acquaintance from Vietnam. The startling news resurrects ghosts of fallen comrades and haunting memories of the great love he once knew. Shocking revelations from his visitor uncover a missing part of Roger's life he never dreamed possible. Peeling back one layer at a time, he delves into a decades-old secret ... more
  • Finding Tulsa

    by Jim Provenzano
    Stan Grozniak, director of ’90s B-movies and art films, almost self-sabotages a prestigious directing gig after casting his rediscovered teenage summer stock crush. Still haunted by the death of Rick Dacker, the sexy star of his cult action trilogy, Stan attempts a romance with actor Lance Holtzer, his ‘Tulsa’ from a small town Ohio production of the musical Gypsy. Discovering more about himself than he wants to admit, he traces his recent success with past obsessions, including a traumatic teen... more
  • The Photograph

    by Kat Karpenko
    Ukraine 1928. Stalin has just risen to power and started to implement plans that will change the country forever. Inspired by the author’s family photo, The Photograph is a fictional story of a farewell party with a family divided by those who will leave and those who will stay. What happens to those who remain is a historically accurate picture of the events leading to the Holodomor, one of the worst genocides in global history.
  • Geese Are Never Swans

    by Kobe Bryant and Eva Clark
  • Love Among the Recipes

    by Carol M. Cram

    When a foodie with abandonment issues flees to Paris to escape her failed marriage, she rediscovers love in all its flavors.

    Paris may be for lovers, but cookbook author Genna McGraw is definitely not looking for love. She’s looking for escape and she's looking for a good runny Brie to pair with a smooth Bordeaux. Where better than Paris?

    In Love Among the Recipes, Genna goes to the City of Light to get away from... more

  • Neither Officers Nor Gentlemen

    by Jake Lanum
    After the Spanish discovered the Americas, world powers endeavored to project naval power and occupy the promise-filled void. This gave rise to the golden age of privateering and piracy. Neither Officers Nor Gentlemen is a fast-burning tale of maritime adventure. A cobbler’s son, Wilhelm “Will” Geier, joins an English privateer, Captain Drake, on a journey at the ends of the earth. In search of gold and glory, Will learns the trade. He hunts for subsistence in wildlands, finds allies in far-... more
  • Shaina's World: My Family and Autism

    by Sharice Rascoe

    Shaina is the second-oldest of her three siblings. Being the only girl out of three boys is tough enough but the real challenge comes with two of her brothers having autism. As Shaina’s graduation nears, we experience the hardships, annoyances, and moments of joy that Shaina goes through as she tries to balance her home life, schoolwork, and friends. At 13, trying to find a sense of normalcy is even harder since she fears many people won’t understand her family or what she faces b... more

  • The Neurosurgeon

    by Michel Estrada

    Michael the protagonist, who is both a neurosurgeon and a family man with a beautiful, supportive wife and a typical athletic son with aspirations of being a baseball player, has devised a way to annihilate degenerative neurons using nanotechnology, potentially providing relief from the disease of addiction for millions of people. However, major power brokers around the world will stop at nothing to either prevent him from realizing his capitalist endeavor with a philanthropic aim or seize hi... more

  • enduring Times

    by betty godfrey
    story of a beautiful life that's shattered when their child suddenly dies. Life changes dramatically when the man she loves rips their life apart. A story that keeps you wondering how she had the courage to live it. Jennifer's emotional journey and trust in God makes you wonder, could you Endure what she went through.