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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Poppy's Buzzing Brain

    by Simmonne Dyson-Holland
    WHERE is Poppy? WHY is his brain buzzing? Poppy's grandsons, Matthew and Richard, have found a way to keep him in their lives. However, Poppy is busy trying to get a new job. What will Poppy choose to do? Join Matthew and Richard on their journey to be with their Poppy again, even when it seems there is no hope. There is always hope
  • The Face of God

    by Brian Ray Brewer

    “A thoughtful, engaging meditation on the intersection of artistic and spiritual integrity.”              -- Kirkus Reviews

    “The Face of God is certainly a masterpiece…The story lingers on in the reader’s mind long after the reading is done. Fans of contemporary drama will find (it) a wonderful read!” -- Lily Amanda, Pacific Book Review

    “This metaphor for how people change through their work and relation... more

  • Stand a Little Out of My Sun

    by Angelyn Christy Voss
    STAND A LITTLE OUT OF MY SUN is a multicultural novel exploring the timeless issues of love, coming of age, the power of forgiveness, and the ties that bind families together. It’s the story of Sophie and her family. Sophie’s mother, Christina, joins the Army during WWII and marries Tom Peters, a brilliant, non-Greek soldier without “The Permission” from her parents. Hell breaks loose as Tom’s dispassionate ways collide with the family’s effusive temperaments. Twelve-year-old Sophie is the... more
  • Omicron Six

    by Endy Wright

    "Cooper stretched his arm over on top of Coupe to quiet him and hold him down. He then reached into Coupe's mind and urged him to sleep, told him to sleep, that he was safe and could sleep the night through without worrying about those . . . things that came to him. Coupe's thrashing began to subside. He did not scream at all. He returned to a peaceful sleep."

    Cooper Callister cannot speak. Coupe Daschelete is the victim of horrible abuse. No one would expect them to p... more

  • For the Soul (A Collection of Short Stories)

    by Barbara Daniels Dena
    Memories and fiction fill this collection of short stories with humor, heartwarming compassion, and spine-tingling fright from the author's own experiences and imagination that she can barely control. Quilts, children, and dogs have always played a large part in the author's life. Therefore it is not surprising to find stories of warm quilts wrapped around her tales and tails. A trait the reader finds in Barbara's writing is that much like life, nothing within the covers of this book will be ... more
  • Siggy Loves Sausages: a Terrific Tale with Tantalising Tasty Treats and Sweet Rewards

    by Brian Frederick
    Can Siggy Keep His Word? Will this sweet little sausage dog be able to resist his favourite tasty temptations, stay true to his pledge, and save a Big Birthday Surprise? Join Siggy, as he learns about the happiness that comes from keeping promises, during his romp through a fast and fabulous adventure that takes him into the deep dark woods, where magic sometimes happens...
  • Master, can you use me

    by Nate Whitfield
    A powerful story of faith, love, and overcoming religious dogma. Deeply religious and in a happy relationship with his girlfriend, Alex King’s entire world is shaken when he discovers his childhood best friend is secretly gay. And as Alex shakes off the weight of religious closed-mindedness and begins to accept his friend’s sexuality, he makes a startling realization of his own. Refusing to accept himself and keeping his sexuality hidden from his friends and family, Alex finds comfort in t... more
  • Chipper Makes Merry

    by Kimber Fox Morgan

    Tip toe, tip toe, crackle, crunch! 

    Chipper the Fox sneaks through the forest to spread cheer to his weary friends. Will his merry making be a success? Or will a smelly fish disaster and a log pile tumble ruin his plans? 

  • DIARY OF A LUCKY DOG

    by Edisun Consulting
    As the title suggests, this is a diary of an adorable dog and his super cool adventures. This story, written from a dog’s perspective, is about the happy life of Lucky – how he beats Cupcake – the snobbiest dog in the world, how he cooks food, and how he loves and cares for everyone. If you’re a dog lover, this is for you. If you’re not, you’ll turn into one by the time you finish this book! Links Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/DIARY-LUCKY-DOG-Avyukta-Bhattacharjee/dp/8194939615/ref=sr_1_... more
  • Trapped in Glass

    by Pam Records
    Set in Prohibition-era Chicago, two Polish sisters, Halina and Patcja, are tangled in bootlegger feuds and their own Old Country roots. Patcja runs The Corner, selling whiskey and escape. Halina patches up the broken results using Old Country cures--with a mix of stolen hospital medicine and imported poppy tonic. When a detective with mysterious motives begins delving into buried secrets, the stakes become higher. Whiskey wars escalate, and Patcja's 10-year-old son is injured in a street fight. ... more
  • Wilbert the Wombat Social Distances

    by Jamie Brooke
    Even the animals in Australia are socially distancing! Mysterious flu has spread from the brightly colored lorikeets to their friends and neighbors, and it’s making everyone very anxious. Doctor Kookaburra and the first line workers at Gum Tree Hospital are helping to take care of the sick animals. But Doctor Kookaburra also needs to come up with a cure and stop the spread quickly. Wilbert the Wombat and his friends in the animal town of Fig Tree are told to spend more time at home and practi... more
  • My Father's Wife and My Daughter's Emu

    by Nina Dabek
    In the first half of this psychological and subtly humorous collection of linked short stories we meet the child and adolescent Naomi, who lives in the Bronx with her two sisters and her parents. Naomi not only grapples with the complexity of her relationships, her family's mysteries, and the world around her, but also finds her way to her lesbian identity. In the second half, the adult Naomi experiences the challenges and pleasures of lesbian motherhood, while continuing to untangle her fathe... more
  • Dangerous Conjectures

    by Brian Finney
    From the award-winning author of Money Matters, an explosive family drama set in the Bay Area during the early months of the pandemic: a suspenseful tale of transgressions, betrayals, and the rise of outrageous conspiracy theories. Oakland, California, 2020. Computer scientist Adam cannot understand the widespread appeal of conspiracy theories popularized by the president. He decides to investigate one, QAnon, which turns out to have hidden connections to the White House intent on subvertin... more
  • FLOREAT LUX

    by Robert Brace
    The Devil is to publish an apologia, something for which he needs the assistance of a sharp legal mind. Sabrina Lancaster is completing her doctorate at NYU Law School. The subject of her dissertation is the opinions of Mariano Scaglietti, a Supreme Court Justice famed as much for his acerbity as his intellect. After the Justice's sudden death the estate hires Sabrina to catalog his papers, and among them she discovers the draft of a letter, a disturbing one. The intended recipient is a wealt... more
  • The Adventures of Charlie and Jayden

    by Adrian Port
    Charlie is a pug that's adored by his family. Things change when a new baby brother enters his house. Find out how Charlie feels when he dreams of a world where everyone needs his help!
  • A Book of Unfettered Thoughts Vol 1: A.B.O.U.T. Beginnings

    by Llewellyn Packia Raj
    This work chomps through the last four years of life on this world using a variety of literary styles that blend together in an initially disorienting, subsequently cohesive, and always compelling ride. The author tackles race, religion, politics, love and friendship, all from the place where everything starts: at the beginning.
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