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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Super Storm Super Moon: A tale from the sea

    by Leslie Stolfe
    As Super Storm Sandy, a hurricane of unprecedented proportions, bears down upon the eastern seaboard of the United States, lifeguard Dillan prepares for the mandatory evacuation of Long Beach Island. As he loads is Jeep, his dog Buoy bolts from the vehicle and hightails it through the downpour, over the dune toward the sea. After searching the pounding surf for his best friend in vain, a broken-hearted Dillan is accompanied by police escort to the mainland. Upon his return to the ravaged island,... more
  • Anne and Charles: Passion and Politics in Late Medieval France

    by Rozsa Gaston
    When Anne of Brittany's father dies in 1488, she becomes Duchess of Brittany, her country's ruler at age eleven. For the next three years, the unmarried, orphaned duchess is pursued by suitors while Brittany is invaded by its larger, more powerful neighbor of France. With no other way out, at age fourteen she agrees to marry Charles VIII, King of France, to save her country. Better to be a queen than a prisoner... Unexpectedly, a passionate relationship ensues. Yet Charles cannot shake off bad ... more
  • Naked Berlin

    by Ba H. Luong
    Today's Berlin is Europe's gayest city where Friday parties last well into Monday. Yet, to get here, Berliners inflicted and struggled through the 20th century's greatest tragedies. Four men, too witty for their own good, inflict their own tragic comedies, and discover how fun the party can be – but only when it’s earned through the struggle.
  • Reflective Dogma

    by Isbelle Razors
  • BULLIES CREATE BULLIES

    by Nati Carrillo
    Synopsis: Julieta faced many challenges as a child, from kindergarten registration through her senior year in high school. Growing up in a large family, Julieta felt invisible and experienced firsthand the “middle child syndrome.” And she dealt with bullies on a daily basis at different phases in her life, which nearly convinced her that it was a normal part of life. If bullying was such a normal behavior, why were so many pre-teens and teenagers committing suicide? she wondered. For a while Jul... more
  • Whisperings

    by Julie Halliwell
    The archangels have watched over humans for millennia with the hope that peace on earth might someday become reality. This vision of peace has remained a dream until a Mexican farm boy, an Afghan school girl, and a goat herder from the Democratic Republic of Congo finally stand up and demand an end to the violence and injustice in their countries. When these three young peace makers are brought together with unexpected help from forces both on earth and in heaven, the response is earth shatterin... more
  • Josie's Bedazzled Shoes

    by Teresa Baker
    Josie finds her voice through the magic of shoes, while maintaining her own uniqueness.
  • Legend of the Christmas Candle

    by DeeAnn Schumacher

    A family of hedgehogs receives unexpected rewards on Christmas. This heartwarming story touches on generosity, sharing and family in the true spirit of Christmas.

  • Meet Quincy Quahog of Chappaquiddick

    by Barbara Hayes
    Story about an adventurous clam that lives in Massachusetts on the island of Chappaquiddick. You'll meet all of Quincy's friends along the way, as he explores life on and off the island. Book is suitable for readers 3-7 years of age.
  • Tiger Drive

    by Teri Case
    One family. Too many secrets. Four people who want to matter. In Nevada, Sloan family matriarch, Janice, is tired of her white trash life—dealing with debt, kids, her son’s motorcycle gang, and Harry, her drunk of a husband. She can’t shake her lifelong dream of singing at the Grand Ole Opry. As Janice’s teen daughter, Carrie, plans her escape to college, Janice confronts the fact that she’s forty-eight and running out of time. She decides to leave her two young sons with Harry and move to... more
  • The Mother Keeper

    by Paula Scott
    They say the truth will set you free… but what if the truth ruins your life? Jenny McBride has lost her faith and her reason to live in a terrible accident in Colorado Springs, but meeting a girl in trouble in Tennessee just might turn things around. Ellie Ryan is seventeen and determined to move to Nashville to pursue her dreams of making it as a songwriter, but an unexpected pregnancy shatters her plans and sets her on a course she never imagined. Shawn Klein has it all. The beauti... more
  • Trauma Inc. and Other Works: or, How to Read the World and End It

    by Sanjay Perera

    Welcome to Trauma Inc.: somewhere in North America in the future. A world owned by Conglomerates. People subservient to Corporations. Societies living in Domes. Everyone governed by The Big Men and kept in line by the police and the execution branch.

    And Lyle Edwards will find himself up against it all. But everything here may also be a possible world similar to ours.

    Or, it may be a utopia masquerading as a dystopia or vice-versa. It is also a homage to H.G. Wells, Franz Kafka, G... more

  • Golem & Traum (The Dark and The Light Book 1)

    by Sanjay Perera
    Life in The Citadel is determined by The Controllers and Security. Society is divided into clones, non-clones and Automatons. Misfits and criminals are cast into The Outlands or executed. Everything is owned by The Conglomerate: Golem & Traum. Joel works in publishing and on an anthology whose authors are being killed, one by one. As he tries to understand why this is happening he encounters two women who introduce him to the occult just as he discovers that the foundation of his world is bui... more
  • Trauma Inc. and Other Works: Or, How to Read the World and End It

    by Sanjay Perera

    Somewhere in North America in the future. A world owned by Conglomerates. People subservient to Corporations. Societies living in Domes. Everyone governed by The Big Men and kept in line by the police and the execution branch. And Lyle Edwards will find himself up against it all.

    But everything here may also be a possible world similar to ours. Or, it may be a utopia masquerading as a dystopia or vice-versa. It is also a homage to H.G. Wells, Franz Kafka, George Orwell and Aldous Huxley... more

  • ‘Tis the Nature of the Beast: or, Losing the Plot: A Morality Play

    by Sanjay Perera
    In this morality play Joe Silver suddenly finds himself a detainee at Guantanamo Bay (GITMO). He was arrested by US ground troops when on a journalistic assignment in the Middle East to interview Islamist militants. He is interrogated by a CIA officer while in detention. But he is also allowed to do some of his own writing. What he writes is based on his notebooks that were filled with personal observations but were left behind at the militant camp. His interrogator, Fred Simeon, wants to kno... more
  • This is the way the world ends

    by Sanjay Perera
    Is this the end of times? Forest fires in Indonesia and the worsening transboundary haze are among other strange happenings that indicate all is not well. The play is set in contemporary Singapore as the global environment continues to deteriorate and odd weather patterns dominate the world. In the midst of this crisis a few people explore the value of materialism and contrasts it with spiritual values that the country and the rest of the world seem to lack. But things may get worse as a megathr... more

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