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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Merlin Meets the Man in the Moon

    by Frank Yeager
    Merlin loved the moon and stars! But when Daddy let him look through a telescope, what he saw led him on an awesome adventure!
  • Hap: The Prize Winning Horse

    by Horace Crenshaw Jr.
    Hap, the Prize Winning Horse is such a positive, charming tale of triumphing over obstacles. There is so much heart and dedication in this novella, and you will feel invested in Hap's journey and Kemper County. There was once a horse named, Hap. He was purchased along with several other horses by Bennett Wingate and he grew up on a farm in Kemper County, Mississippi. When Hap was young, he had aspirations of being great and becoming a great race horse. However, his owners, the Windgates, did... more
  • Introduction

    by Charlotte Wiggins
  • In the Midst of the Flames

    by JP Robinson
    The stunning sequel to In the Shadow of Your Wings (Northshire Heritage Book 1). Divided by a lie. Haunted by the past. Drawn together by their love. As the fires of the Great War rage across the European continent, the Steele family is caught in the midst of the inferno. Estranged from his wife Malcolm wonders if he can ever find forgiveness for his betrayal as he begins the long journey home. Leila desperately searches for a way to escape her past life as a spy—and the German agent who has ... more
  • Untamed Passions: Poems

    by Alain N'Dalla
    Untamed Passions is a daring and unrestrained marriage of poetry and misadventures, largely based on a series of disjointed life experiences. This collection of free-verse poems and sonnets unleashes and explores the author's complex thoughts, tumult, and tantrums evoked by abstract concepts. Poet Alain N'Dalla also honestly discloses his nostalgic ordeals with women and his fledgling relationships. Themes of love, betrayal, reflection, resilience, and death are addressed with bluntness and brav... more
  • Everybody Just Be Quiet

    by Jennie Wiley
    No matter how hard she tries, Miss Liza Mabel can't fall asleep. There is too much noise, and she needs everybody to just be quiet. Can Liza get everyone to stop whining and crying ad bleating and tweeting? Will she ever get some peace and quiet on the farm?
  • The Richest Kid in Babylon: The Secret Letter

    by Chris Drennen
    On a field trip to the Museum of Natural History, Sophie and Max encounter a strange artifact from the past that sends them on a wild, time-traveling adventure to the Long-Lost City of Babylon! Join them on this expedition in meeting the Richest Kid in Babylon, Targus, and learn the secrets of his success! What's in the Secret Letter from Targus and how will they ever get back home? Age Level 7 and Up, The Richest Kid in Babylon is an entertaining adventure book in entrepreneurship, his... more
  • The Monster Dog: A Small Dog with a Big Heart Learns About Alzheimer's Disease


    The second in a series of books for children, The Monster Dog is narrated by 'Tasse' the Shih Tzu. Tasse's story teaches children about Alzheimer's Disease and the changes it can cause in their loved ones. Suitable for young readers, ages 3 to 7 years.

  • The Land of Far Far Fart* Away

    by A.L. Milstein

    Poor Prince Lucas has a big and smelly problem. He farts when he talks. We have all had that very uncomfortable situation where we fart at a very inconvenient time. Just imagine it happening every time you talk. Will the unhappy Prince ever find happiness and true love? Read on to find out and be sure to have fun using your own sound effects.

  • Who Was Joseph Pulitzer?

    by Terrence Crimmins
    Pulitzer was a rags to riches story who revolutionized the newspaper industry by introducing sensationalism and shaking the ground of American politics by demanding changes to stop the rich from exploiting the poor. Crimmins' novel brings us into the day to day life of this unique genius, who arrived in America as an immigrant who barely spoke English yet twenty years later developed and edited two of the biggest newspapers in the nation. Pulitzer's run-ins with the other newspaper titans of the... more
  • Winds of Wyoming

    by Rebecca Carey Lyles
    Will Kate Neilson’s past imprison her again? Fresh out of a Pennsylvania penitentiary armed with a marketing degree, Kate Neilson heads to Wyoming anticipating an anonymous new beginning as a guest-ranch employee. A typical twenty-five-year-old woman might be looking to lasso a cowboy, but her only desire is to get on with life on the outside—despite her growing interest in the ranch owner. When she discovers a violent ex-lover followed her west, she fears the past she hoped to hide will impr... more
  • Winds of Hope

    by Rebecca Carey Lyles
    A beautiful ex-felon who’s had her fill of men. A crotchety old ranch hand who loved and lost. A busy, lonely rancher facing a difficult summer. Marketing degree in hand, Kate Neilson leaves a Pennsylvania penitentiary and heads for an internship on a Wyoming guest ranch determined to live a better life, despite others’ attempts to drag her back into the pit. Cyrus Moore, a longtime ranch hand embittered by the loss of women he once loved, vows to make life difficult for an “over-educated”... more
  • Pipe Dreams

    by Jeffrey Fischmann
    Pipe Dreams is a fast-paced tale of seduction and redemption. Told primarily from a Chinese point of view, this action-packed, psychological thriller takes readers on a rip-roaring journey through China and Southeast Asia in the early 1990’s. Nicklaus Blake, a young rancher from Colorado, is sent to China to manage a joint-venture. He falls in love with two women: Li Ping, a high-end courtesan, who uses him to escape from a pathological gangster; and Su Ming, his loyal assistant. Blake encounter... more
  • Questions of Perspective

    by Daniel Maunz
    After his only friend and colleague, John Manta, disappears without a word, Dave Randall further entrenches himself in the humdrum life of an unenthusiastic lawyer. But once he begins to understand what happened, he embarks on a journey to uncover the deeper meanings and implications of John's fate. Accompanied by Peaches the cat, Dave uproots his life and reinvents himself in the midst of his search. Along the way, he is haunted by his piecemeal understanding of John's fate and what it means... more
  • Things People Tell Me: An Unauhorized Autobiography of Donald J. Trump

    by Anon E. Moose
    Go deep inside Donald Trump's "very, very large brain" for a tongue-in-cheek look at the events that shaped his Presidency, from his bromance with Kim Jong Un to Trump single-handedly saving the U.S. Armed Forces from ruin by ordering more bullets. This humorous and fictional "unauthorized autobiography" sheds behind-the-scenes light on these and other seminal events from his chaotic term as Dotard-in-Chief, as his BFF Kim calls him in the love letters they share.
  • The Silver Mountain

    by Rufus Yates