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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Sparkle Club

    by max emerson
    THE SPARKLE CLUB is about a gay-baiting influencer and social justice warrior who gets himself cancelled so hard that he’s forced to do a summer of community service in a rural Ohio farm community... while living with the family whose lives he destroyed.
  • Like Water and Ice

    by Tamar Anolic
    Figure skater Thad Moulton has his eyes on Olympic gold- but at what price? Thad is one of the most talented skaters of his generation- and one of its most inconsistent. He has won a gold medal at National Championships every other year throughout the 1990s, and his bad performances haunt him. When he skates perfectly at the 1997 World Championships and still places second behind his mistake-ridden Russian rival, Thad decides it is time to retire. Then that rival, Grigoriy Arsenyev, flaunt... more
  • Radio Free Olympia

    by Jeffrey Dunn

    In Radio Free Olympia, Washington’s wild Olympic Peninsula is embodied through a captivating circle of visionaries and characters. Embark on a riveting journey into this untamed region, where folkloric legends and historical icons come to life as Jeffrey Dunn weaves the threads of many voices into a complex ecological tapestry.

    Follow the enigmatic Petr, who armed with nothing but a pirate radio transmitter, fearlessly broadcasts the forgotten and untamed voices that echo through ... more

  • Wildcat: An Appalachian Romance

    by Jeffrey Dunn

    A retired English teacher has come home to Appalachia, a land of industrial disaster and natural beauty. He has been enticed by stories of Wildcat's transformation: the collective action embodied in Hotel Wildcat, as well as the artisanal pursuits springing to life in the old iron mill. But in returning, he must confront his dark memories: the lost love of his hippie-chic girlfriend, not to mention the lost trust between his middle-class family and the working-class community of Wildcat.<... more

  • The First Lights of Eventide: A mystical journey through time

    Can an old Southern legend be discovered without mystical intervention? Enter the enchanted world of the ‘mystical eventide,’ where an esteemed historian will prove that fiction can become fact and will confirm something theoretically impossible.
  • The Kitten That Could Not Meow

    by LoLisa Marie Monroe
    Enjoy this heartwarming and timeless children’s tale. Illustrators from war-ravaged Ukraine helped me unite a ‘kitten that could not meow’ with a little girl who finds the kitten’s special voice. The Kitten That Could Not Meow is a sweet story showing children that a disability does not define them but empowers them to connect in different ways. This story is so needed in the world today, a world full of uncertainty and in need of a moment that brings a tear to your eye, a happy tear. A story... more
  • Pickett's Dream

    by Christopher Carlisle
    In the words of the former Senior Editor of McClelland & Stewart, who has worked with Leonard Cohen, Farley Mowat, Michael Ondaajte, Mordecai Richler, Sylvia Fraser and Gabrielle Roy: “As an editor, a spark ignites when one encounters, in a heap of unsolicited manuscripts, a unique and distinctive lyrical voice. This was my experience with Chris Carlisle’s Pickett’s Dream. Here is a writer whose passion to reveal the human condition is as essential as breathing. And now decades later, the figur... more
  • instagram reels downloader

    by carl drake
    Wir stellen unseren instagram reels downloader vor! Speichern und genießen Sie Ihre Lieblings-IG-Reels ganz einfach offline. Kopieren, einfügen und herunterladen. Genießen Sie jederzeit und überall sofortigen Zugriff.
  • Anna Bright Is Hiding Something

    by Susie Orman Schnall
    A ripped-from-the-headlines story set in the glossy offices of Silicon Valley startups and NYC new media, Anna Bright Is Hiding Something explores our fascination with female founders breaking barriers—and sometimes behaving badly in the process.    Anna Bright is committing fraud. But nobody knows it yet. Not the board of her multibillion-dollar company, not her investors, not the public breathlessly anticipating the launch of BrightSpot, not the media—including Jamie Roman, a hardworking j... more
  • The Tiger and the Crane

    by Trevor B Spisto

    In a corner of China's vast landscapes, shadowed by the Qing Dynasty's struggles with encroaching imperial powers, Mung—a crane of no ordinary thought—sets forth a bold scheme. He chooses to nurture an orphaned tiger, believing this cub could shield his village from the invading trophy hunters. This choice, brave and fraught with uncertainty, fractures the community into a whirlwind of doubt and revelation. Mung is forced to keep a single secret, hiding the tiger's tru... more

  • The Fig Tree

    by Leah Rice
    Step into Cleo's mind, where silence is a rare gem. Her perpetual playlist of Tchaikovsky, Mozart, and Bach becomes a refuge amidst the chaos of everyday thoughts. However, this auditory haven transforms into a double-edged sword, immersing her in memories that lead her into precarious distraction. A decade ago, Cleo stood at the peak of her career—a prodigious pianist reaching new heights in the classical music world. Her greatest challenge was navigating a complex love triangle with her pia... more
  • Rags and Riches

    by Susanna Elliott-Newth
    Rags and Riches invites readers into a delightful collection of short stories filled with laughter and wit. From whimsical articles to heartfelt poems, readers can immerse themselves in the memorable moments that shape our lives. Many stories bring to life the eclectic guests that have crossed the author's threshold, while others shine a spotlight on the charming exchanges shared with an incredibly vivacious granddaughter. Articles used to be written on rags, which would be posted around the to... more
  • Rosie Rocks!

    by Sarah Gulish
    It's everyone's favorite day in music class: instrument selection day! Even though Rosie has waited for this day all year, she is nervous to try the instrument she has always dreamed of playing, the electric guitar. Join Rosie as she learns how to find her voice, work with others as a team, and face her fears. This heartfelt story includes details about the electric guitar and women who helped pave the way for musicians today!
  • Ann, Not Annie

    by Sage Steadman
    Ann, NOT Annie, is tired of her nominal existence and has vowed to turn things around by dating the hottest guy in school, Jacob Waters. Easier said than done since Jacob isn’t even aware she exists. The truth is, due to Ann’s lively temper she spends more time in detention with the rest of the school rejects than she does fantasizing about Jacob Waters wearing spandex. Her best friend and devout alien believer, Lisa, doesn’t like the changes she’s seeing in her BFF. Neither does Danny Felle... more
  • One Bright Ring

    by Gretchen Géser
    In One Bright Ring by Gretchen Géser, a girl sees a man drop the ring he means to use to propose to his girlfriend. The little girl tries to give it back to him, but things keep getting in her way! Follow this brave girl and count the obstacles she overcomes in her adventure to return the ring to its owner. She catches up to him just as he realizes he doesn't have the ring anymore . . . so she drops it in just the right place for him to find it.
  • Zeru Zeru Girl

    by Barbara Kerr
    Alex, a ten-month-old girl with albinism, is stolen from her mother's arms and raised by adoptive parents in Southern California. Seth, born a black Jew in rural Ethiopia, is flown to Israel during Operation Solomon to begin a new life at the age of ten. Kaj, raised in a small, impoverished village in Tanzania is apprenticed to his healer/witch doctor grandfather until he learns that the old man has fallen in with a crime syndicate. The life journeys of these three disparate characters come tog... more