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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Shipwreck: & a Road Called "Grief"

    by James Cormier
    Author J Alexander believes he has written the sequel to the over 300 year old novel by John Bunyan called "Pilgrim's Progress. The novel "Shipwreck" brings John Bunyan's work into the twenty first century. A must read for every Christian believer who wants to take the next step on their journey to seeking God and His Kingdom.
  • Dances on Water

    by C. Tressi

    Dana Altomare feels at peace when she’s out on the ocean. The adventurous surfer is excited about her move to South Florida but nervous about the past she has left far behind her. She knows she can’t run from the demons chasing her forever.

    Christopher Bannon has demons of his own. Chris left a high-powered job as a successful stockbroker to become a carpenter in a small South Florida town. He’s happier than he was, but he’s still hurting.

    When these two lo... more

  • WORDASHES ZINE, Issue #1

    by Nina V. Rye
    WORDASHES is a bimonthly magazine, publishing a mix of short fiction, poetry, and art. Inspired by life and fuelled by vivid imaginations, our works cover various topics, including existence, sexuality, mental health, and body image. Our motto is no limits. Issue #1 has 24 pages of speculative fiction, illustrations, art, and previews of our other works and upcoming releases. It is available in both print and ePub version.
  • Israela

    by Batya Casper
    Israela is the story of Israel: her history, traditions, her neighbors and her complex social structure as seen through the determination of three women to live "the good life” despite constant hostility and war. The lives of these women weave around each other mirroring the story of their nation: two peoples---victims and perpetrators of a biblical curse. \tRatiba, a journalist raised for dialogue with the Arabs of Israel, lies about her Jewish heritage, marries an Israeli Arab, turns her back... more
  • Lost in My Prom Fairytale

    by Cathy Garcia

    Gia has been dreaming about her prom since she was a little girl, watching characters in her favorite TV shows prepare for their big day. When her older cousins and her sister had their own proms, Gia eagerly observed as they set off with their dates. Each looked so beautiful in her own unique prom dress!

    As Gia’s own prom approaches, she imagines it will be like a dance straight out of a fairy tale. She envisions herself as the belle of the ball, sharing extra-special moments wit... more

  • Israela

    by Batya Casper
    Israela is a novel bout Israel---her history, traditions, her neighbors and her complex social structure as seen through the determination of three women to live "the good life” despite almost constant war. The lives of these women weave around each other mirroring the story of their nation: two peoples---victims and perpetrators of a biblical curse. \tRatiba, a journalist raised for dialogue with the Arabs of Israel, lies about her Jewish heritage, marries an Israeli Arab, turns he... more
  • The Greater Fool: A Novel

    by Joseph Hannay

    Described as Flashman meets American PsychoThe Greater Fool is the gripping and highly entertaining tale of narcissistic London real-estate hotshot Reynard Xavier as his world unravels. 

  • The D-Word: Divorce Through a Child's Eyes

    by Tara Eisenhard
    When 12-year-old Gina's parents decide to separate, she finds herself propelled toward adulthood on the emotional roller coaster ride of her life. Gone are the days of an existence filled with typical adolescent turmoil. Instead of exploring her social circles, Gina listens intently to decode her parents' telephone discussions. She takes on a new level of maturity as caretaker of her younger brother and confidant to her distressed mother while she grapples with her role in a changed family. As a... more
  • Korean Road: A Novella

    by Brian Scutt

    While facing the ghosts and horrors of the past, Dick comes to the realization that the frozen hell he survived generations before is a battleground he can never leave. Tortured by the ghost of a fallen Marine, he is faced with the truth, that it may be too late for not only himself but those he loves. Hell is cold, and Death stands at the end of his road, the Korean Road.

  • The Sun King

    by David Toth
    On the even of his retirement party, Harry Lennox has a nagging thought. What if his life, which catered to family and community, was not the highest choice, but a concession to safety and conformity? The picturesque Adirondack Region of New York State seems the perfect place for embracing the Golden Years, but Harry is growing restless. After 40 years of working for others, his long dormant dream of entrepreneurship awakens in full force. Against the wishes of his wife and family, he is dete... more
  • Off the Tracks: A Beatnik Family Journey

    by Constance Hood
    This coming of age novel is set in the whorl of the early 1960s, when the first cracks in an idealized American life were revealing themselves. Kate’s mother Ellie falls in love with a Beatnik and adopts his rebellious lifestyle. Hilarious, poignant and sad, the novel begins in a conservative small town and continues on a year long odyssey as the foursome travels the rails in Europe for ten months, no tickets. The author's 1961 diary is the source document, along with love letters, memoirs, an... more
  • Islands of Deception: Lying with the Enemy

    by Constance Hood
    Based on A True Story Peril awaits siblings Hans and Esther Bernsteen as the threat of a fascist Europe looms over 1939 Amsterdam. Hans tries desperately to persuade his sister to flee Holland with him. Esther believes that the Nazi buildup is an illusion and tears up the priceless immigration visa, setting the two of them onto divergent paths. Hans sets out independently to become a photographer in New York, and becomes an active participant in a war that has not yet reached the U.... more
  • The Revolting Brains: 7 Read-aloud Bedtime Tales (And Off You Went To The Woods Book 3)

    by Neil McFarlane
    A follow-up to the highly praised A Month of Bedtime Stories, this collection contains a further seven tales in the series. Each story takes about ten minutes to read and places your child at the center of each adventure with heavy doses of wacky humor which can be enjoyed by parent and child alike. Contents: 1. Pathetic Sick Sniffy Pants 3. The Mango Mouse 2. How to Sledgehammer a Lollipop 4. Turvy Topsy Land 5. The ... Way of the Pizza! 6. The Case of the Missing Woods 7. The Revolti... more
  • Catherine and the Wind

    by Amanda Gale
    Catherine Sheering has found the man of her dreams in rising political star Wes Bickhart. The problem is, Wes Bickhart has a past, in the form of Meredith Kelly, the woman he almost married and who remains an important part of his life. Catherine has her own reasons for questioning Wes’s continued friendship with Meredith: as a person on the autism spectrum, Catherine has misread signals before. And though she desperately loves him, part of her wonders if she should retreat to her quiet life rat... more
  • The Time of Our Lives

    by Elliot Schubert
    Memories and fantasies of a nonagenarian, 30 short stories ranging from the early to late twentieth century.
  • Chanukah Tales from Oykvetchnik

    by Scott Hilton Davis
    Celebrate the holiday of Chanukah, the Festival of Lights, with eight original short stories by Jewish storyteller Scott Hilton Davis. Enjoy a fun-filled journey to Oykvetchnik, the tiny shtetl town in Eastern Europe where people complain a lot (except during Chanukah when they seem to be a little more charitable). Meet Chaim the Chanukiyah, the nine-branched menorah, who feels out of place in his new home, Myzeleh the Mouse who helps a poor orphan boy find his true calling, Pinchas ben Mo... more

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