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General Fiction (including literary and historical)


    by Eilidh McGinness
  • Drawing with Whitman

    by Kristin McGlothlin
    Catalynd Jewett Hamilton has always lived a peaceful life with her family on their old farmstead at the top of Sourland Mountain in New Jersey. But after she and her mother get in a bad car accident, Cat ends up in a wheelchair with two broken legs and her mom begins to suffer from depression. With her older brother leaving for college, Cat has to take charge and guide her family back to happiness. Luckily for Cat, a new friend named Benton Whitman arrives just in time to help. Benton is a pa... more
  • FREAKING OUT the Novel

    by helmut schonwalder
    Roxi, at age 65, looking still 40isch, returns home to a 60-day notice to vacate on her apartment door. Having lived at the same place for over 25 years, the idea of being forced to move comes as a shocking experience. Roxi an experienced waitress, is working 4 gigs to make ends meet in a 2020 Central California. Facing the facts that her options are limited to sleeping in her 1980s Volkswagen Bus, living in a tent or on the street, is not at all what she had planned for..., ....accompany her ... more
  • Sunshower

    by Arlene Holland
    Sunshower is a fictional story about a family dealing with drugs, divorce and struggling to keep a moral compass.
  • A Garden of Vietnamese Lyrics & Verse, Volume 1

    by Vuong Thanh

    The Vietnamese people love poetry and romantic music. This book is a collection of Vietnamese song lyrics and verse, translated by a bilingual poet with over three decades of writing poetry. The book also include some poems written in English and translated back to Vietnamese. There are over 130 song lyrics and poems, written by many authors, covering various themes: love, homeland, memories, dreams, patriotism, Zen enlightenment, etc. Most of the selections are Vietnamese poetry and song cla... more

  • The Princess of the Bottom of the World: Complete Series

    by Dan Linehan

    Provocative, edgy, humorous, racy, avant-garde, thought-provoking, and full of wonder describe The Princess of the Bottom of the World, a multimedia serial novel that tackles climate change by giving sugar with the medicine. Though fiction, it is based on the author’s true adventures (such as encountering shipwrecks, infiltrating an international seaport, and living through a deadly storm), travels to Antarctica and the surrounds, time living in Argentina, work with science, and longtim... more

  • Intoxicated Witch

    by Crystal Elizabeth Westman
    Following the guiding principles of 11:11, Flora Blume takes a long intoxicated walk through Toronto's gritty eastside. Even though the road to recovery may be long...every step counts.
  • Lightweight Hiking Bags For Hikers

    by Alpinebear Pakistan
    Having a good hiking backpack is essential for a good trip. A good lightweight backpack that you can keep on your back during long walks can help you prevent problems like back pain and see more, make it more comfortable and carry more for your journey. A good hiking backpack is the basis of your hiking equipment. You will always need to bring a good amount of equipment when you plan to go hiking and camping. For a full day or even a day trip, you may need to keep a good amount of rations and e... more
  • What Wonders Do You See... When You Dream? (Wonders 1)

    by Justine Avery

    This is an invitation to a new nighttime ritual, a going-to-bed book that reminds us all that bedtime can be the most wonderful time of all...

    The spellbinding style and alluring rhythm of Justine Avery's writing are brought to life by Liuba Syrotiuk’s dreamlike watercolor illustrations to inspire children and adults to set aside the day’s excitement and drift into the adventure of sleep itself.

    What Wonders Do You See... When You Dream? encourage... more

  • Baby Trolls Get a Bad Rap

    by Justine Avery

    Trolls. You think you know all about them—from what you’ve read, seen, or heard.

    But have you considered the baby trolls?

    They do exist. And they have something to say.

    ...Meet Horatio, Saul, and little Grizelda: three baby trolls who just want to be heard, respected, and most of all, to be your friend.

  • Julian: A Spy Thriller, Sci-Fi and Fantasy Collection

    by Raphael O. Shonibare

    Julian - A powerful organisation develops mind-controlling technology and takes control of the United Kingdom, turning it into a fascist state, leaving the fate of the nation in the hands of three hackers - Spy Thriller.  

     Delilah - A tempestuous night leads a woman to a house, and she brings desolation - Fantasy.

    Miranda-1 - A doctor lures the unsuspecting to a mysterious hospital, where no one ever leaves... alive - Sci Fi.

    Eden - In hi... more

  • Who Made a Hole in the Chicken Coop?

    by Malvika Patel
    Who Made a Hole in the Chicken Coop is a delightful children's book that champions the power of confidence for children at an age when they need it most. It is a book for every child who seeks encouragement, especially from the people that mean the most to them - their parents. An uplifting book that teaches children positive life skills early on and reinforces a child’s dreams, self-esteem, and imagination. Let’s empower our children to dream big and believe in themselves!
  • Riley

    by Paul Martin Midden
  • Dancing on Seaside

    by Julius James DeAngelus
    Dancing on Seaside is a novel set in Atlantic City during the summer of 1977, the last summer before legalized gambling. The story revolves around characters whose lives will be forever changed: friends who may be spending their last summer together, siblings who are finally facing regrettable decisions they made decades ago and first loves that may never be realized. Atlantic City is no longer the "Lady by the Sea" as it used to be called. By 1977, it is a town that is on it's knees with crime,... more
  • Mama's Daycare

    by Ngozi Edema
    The story is about a cute little girl Nene who is looking forward to going to school in the fall. She is very close to her mother and is worried about what her mum would do when she goes to school. She then plans fun activities for her mama, giving us insight into the imaginative mind of this young girl.
  • Jacob's Ghetto: You're Not the Product of Your Environment

    by Travis Peagler
    A young artistic African American boy sets his sights on winning a lucrative writing competition in hopes of escaping the ghetto he never wanted to call home.