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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Spell of Rowans

    by Byrd Nash
    With their magical talents twisted by a traumatic past, the Rowan siblings must face the deadly fallout of blackmail, murder, and magic after their mother's death. An emotional page-turner.
  • Tatiana and the Russian Wolves

    by Stephen Evans Jordan
    A family saga that follows the Russian Revolution’s reverberations into the 1980s as Alexander Romanovsky confronts his mother’s shadowy past in Russia and France to her suicide in San Francisco. His psychological journey involves three themes: the plight of Russian émigrés; the devastating impact of suicide for loved ones left behind; and family secrets—the painful discovery and hopeful reconciliation.
  • The Lives of Cat

    by Barbara Jean Ruther
    The day comes when Xander's zealous protection of Cat fails. The hostile leader of the multi-billion dollar drug cartel in Mexico, knowing Xander has a relationship with the Russian President, kidnaps Cat, aggressively demands cleared entrance into Russia, a thriving drug market he plans to take over from Afghanistan.
  • The Chapel St. Perilous

    by Michael Rands
    Believing the universe is sending him secret signs, Marcel Swart puts his meagre savings into a high-leverage investment. Overnight, Marcel becomes a millionaire, but these winnings come at a great cost—such as the demon that seems to be following him, leaving carnage in its wake. In a quest to set himself right with the universe, Marcel travels cross-country, finding himself in a small town in Alabama, rife with political tension surrounding a mysterious cult and a sheriff's election that ma... more
  • Bonez by: Mr. Roses

    by Mr. Roses
    Have you ever read a book that's written like a song? 28 chapters, what could go wrong? A story about some skaters, one wants to be the best. How he will act when he finally has it, that will be the true test. It's filled with friendship and family not to mention a few goons. There's a chef, a photographer and an artist who paints moons. And of course there's a wild card always creating an interesting scene. The point of it all is to be genuine and to follow your dream.
  • Legacy's Road: The Red Path

    by M. Daniel Smith
    LEGACY’S ROAD SERIES, BOOK ONE THE RED PATH In this enthralling historical novel, Harold Knutt, a young British officer, arrives in Western Pennsylvania in 1758 near the end of the French and Indian War. Thrown into the chaos of battle, he proves himself a capable strategist. After leading a one-sided victory against extreme odds, he is given the honorary title of Red Fox by the men who follow him. He meets his match in Meghan O’Malley, a strong-willed colonist. She is one of dozens of camp... more
  • Dreaming of Hiraeth

    by Bianca Viola
    Dreaming of Hiraeth is a heart-rending tale about a true testament of friendship, drawing on a deeper meaning on what it means not just to survive, but to live. Julian Hayes—the moon: loner, introvert, dreamer—is haunted with the guilt of his actions one scarring night six years ago, when he ran away against his will from his twisted home, leaving his mother with his alcoholic father. Theo Wilson—the sun: bright, bold, realist—was dropped off on the front steps of an orphanage as a newborn... more
  • The Quality of Promises

    by John Cravens
    The Quality of Promises is a collection of seventeen stories, eight of which have been published in literary journals and reviews; all have been published singularly as Kindle ebooks. They take place across a broad sweep of years and places--Paris, Amsterdam, Ireland, Michigan, New York City, California, Vietnam--and reflect people's reasoning and reactions as conflicting choices are faced or a new understanding of circumstances is confronted. These stories consider the social, political, and cu... more
  • Addison's Abrupt Adventures

    by Laura James
    Addison is an average, agile, occasionally awkward girl, who enjoys art, archery and astrology, but has difficulty with arithmetic. Addison has an abundance of animals, admires her aunt, discovers she has an allergy, and assists her annoying brother, Albert. From Addison’s abundance of animals, to Alberts accumulated accidents, this short story holds a child’s attention. Addison’s Abrupt Adventures was written with an unusual twist, using the letter A in a recurring theme, that increases childr... more
  • 978-1-68433-826-9

    by Chuck Augello
    For aspiring indie filmmaker Kevin Stacey, it’s another day on the set of his first film, but when his estranged father, a failed Hollywood actor, arrives unexpectedly with a bundle of cash, a gun, and a stolen capuchin monkey, he’s propelled toward the journey that will change his life. The monkey, Henry, has been liberated from a research lab by animal rights activists. Inspired by his friend Veronica to reevaluate his relationship with other species, Kevin learns about the pain and suf... more

    by Ellen Stars
    Lolo and her dog Spot are best friends who share many adventures together, but they also share a special secret. Spot can talk, but only to Lolo! Lolo will learn many lessons along the way with the help of her neighbor Jeremy. Spot and the kids will em” bark” on many exciting adventures in their sunny, beachside town.
  • Nessie Celebrates Christmas: A Picture Book

    by Isla Wynter

    Nessie the Loch Ness monster isn't as scary as you might think! She's friendly and curious and likes to play with her friends. She's never celebrated Christmas though...because she doesn't know what that is!

    With the help of her friend the otter, she finds out why humans have trees full of candles and give each other presents. That gives her an idea... If humans can do it, monsters can too, right?

    Are you ready to find out how Nessie celebrates Christmas at the bot... more

  • The Little Ghost Who Didn't Want to Be Mean: A Picture Book Not Just for Halloween

    by Isla Wynter
    Layla is a ghost and ghosts are supposed to be scary and mean. They’re not supposed to help others. Everyone knows that. But when a homeless cat arrives at Layla’s castle, the ghost will have to decide whether she’s going to be mean or help a cat in need. A children's book about a little ghost trying to figure out what’s right. This illustrated picture book makes an adorable bedtime story and can be enjoyed all year round (and especially at Halloween).
  • The ReGender App

    by Jass Richards
    What if there was an app that could cloak you in a cross-gendered hologram? And it had a voice modulation module? Women could present as men and get better-paying jobs. Men could present as women and get groped in the subway. Cool.
  • Atlas

    by Jack Dorian
    When his father commits suicide, Ian Blair is hurled into a numbness, forced to confront a feeling he can’t describe. Dr. Ellis, his college professor and mentor, attempts to help him process his struggles with personal therapy, but after a year without progress, Ellis sends Ian out into the world on his own with a mission to find his purpose. Moved by an idea, Ian reconnects with his best friend, Conor, and forms Atlas, a research start up with a lofty goal—to solve the world’s greatest problem... more
  • A Twist of Magic

    by Allison Ward
    In A Twist of Magic, the first in the World Explorers series, Anna’s world transforms. An unknown place. A mysterious food. An unfamiliar language. Will Anna and her sidekick, Bear, accept the kindness of a new friend and have the courage to discover where this adventure may lead? This read-aloud for children ages 2-8 years old is ideal for anything from the classroom to a bedtime story. With the transformative power to take us outside of our comfort zone, readers join the magical journe... more