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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Running from Color

    by Morenike' Matory
    In the 1920s in Sugarlock, Tennessee, the scandal surrounding the birth of Wheat Grass destroys the marriage and family of Paul and Mildred Grass. Wheat's fair skin and green eyes cause a rift that leads to the death of her mother separating what remains of the once happy family. In Mound Bayou, Mississippi, Paul raises his wife's illegitimate child alongside his daughter, Olive. But Wheat's exotic look draws negative attention that Paul cannot bear alone in the racist South. After her paren... more
  • Gramma and Grampa's Adventures in Yellowstone National Park.

    by Jack Day
    Gramma and Grampa liked to travel to Yellowstone during all seasons of the year. Whether they snow-shoed, cross-country skied, biked, or hiked they always managed to have an exciting time and see wonderful wildlife. The story is for growing readers and all who enjoy reading to others. Each chapter is a story within itself, leading to an exciting climax in the dead of winter. There are also coloring pages at the end of each chapter.
  • Gramma, Grampa and the Three Bears

    by Jack Day
    In the fall a mamma black bear and her two cubs come to Gramma and Grampa's yard to feast upon the apples and plums. And sometimes they come to take naps up in the trees. But when the neighbor's roofer disturbs nap-time, the bears soon find themselves as local celebrities when their new napping site is in a place a bit more public. Winter is coming, however, and the coming snow means it's time to head back to the mountains, but not before giving Gramma and Grampa an extraordinary parting gift.
  • Sophie's Playlist (The Gramble Chronicles)

    by Michael Finocchiaro
    Gramble Thyssen is a complacent government employee whose hunch about shady dealings in a casino in Miami lead him to places he never imagined he would go. Along the way, his destiny is crossed with a mysterious French woman as well as his cousin Samuel whose lives will also be changed forever.
  • Full Circle

    by Regina Timothy
    Eight years after the 9/11 attacks, Samia-Al-Sayyid an Iraqi immigrant is living a quiet life in New York City after she fled her home to avoid eminent death. \t She works hard for her cold, heartless, high-strung boss, loves her seventeen-years-old-son, and cherishes the close friendship she has formed with her best friend Susan. Nothing can go wrong, or so she thinks – until the estranged brother she left back in Iraqi shows up on her door step. Then she finds herself in a cab, on her way... more
  • Leaving Juneau County

    by Dan Linssen
    Small-town life in 1958 was just about perfect for high school senior Jack Barton and his three inseparable friends. Problem was… the carefree days of youth were growing short. Adulthood loomed just past graduation day. So they did what any teenager would do – try to cram as much fun as possible into their final months together. Unfortunately, hormones, natural calamity, bad characters, governmental intrusion, and the need to choose a career path complicated matters. Would their bonds of friends... more
  • A Tin Train Christmas (short fiction)

    by Melanie Lageschulte

    From the author of the heartwarming novels "Growing Season" and "Harvest Season" comes this old-fashioned story of family and faith to brighten your holidays! The toy train in the catalog was everything two young boys could ask for: colorful, shiny, and the perfect vehicle for their wild imaginations. But was it meant to be theirs? As the Great Depression's shadows deepen over the Midwest, Horace and Wilbur start to worry that Santa might not stop... more

  • Off Script: A Monkey & Me Novel

    by Liv Bartlet
    Recently dumped by her best friend and business partner, Bea Douglas struggles to re-establish her identity in the cutthroat world of television production. But as soon as she finds her footing, another betrayal breaks her foundation and forces her to re-evaluate every belief she's ever held.
  • Devil in Duke's Clothing

    by Nina Mason

    Maggie York, a convent-raised foundling, knows the Duke of Dunwoody’s sexual tastes are a shade or two darker than most, but marries him anyway—partly because she has no other prospects and partly because, try as she might, she can’t seem to stop fantasizing about her dashing rake of a guardian. Robert Armstrong, the duke, is a Roman Catholic whose extreme devotions as a child warped his desires as a man. He’s also a slave to the times in which he lives--and to his kin... more

  • Fake Lies!

    by Robert Butler
    In a mystery the likes of which Agatha Christie would struggle to match, Hod Hawksbill, a retired journalist who limps on a cane that contains a powerful digital antenna, records the President’s Oval Office conversations from outside the White House. Lurking as a leaker par excellence, Hawksbill reveals how President Conan Cain uses his office to make billions of dollars, how he betrays our country to our most menacing global enemy, and how his closest allies grow to despise him and try to assas... more
  • What Really Happened to Steve Nathan

    by Mary Marchese

    Two half-siblings meet for the first time in Vietnam where their common father, Steve Nathan, died mysteriously at the end of the Vietnam War. Their search for truth leads them to other discoveries along the way.

    While going through her elderly mother's things, Lindsey Casselton discovers a photo of her mother in the arms of a stranger. The photo is dated nine months before Lindsey was born. The father she grew up with is dead and her mother has Alzheimer's, which leaves Li... more

  • The Girl I Used to Know: A heart-wrenching and heartwarming story of two strangers and one house

    by Faith Hogan
    A beautiful, emotive and spell-binding story of two women who find friendship and second chances when they least expect it. Perfect for the fans of Patricia Scanlan. Amanda King and Tess Cuffe are strangers who share the same Georgian house, but their lives couldn't be more different. Amanda seems to have it all, absolute perfection. She projects all the accoutrements of a lady who lunches. Sadly, the reality is a soulless home, an unfaithful husband and a very lonely heart. By comparis... more
  • Another Day: A Short Story Prequel to The Anchor

    by A.A Schenna
    They were both focused on living their life to the fullest, enjoying the small things life used to deliver in their lives every single day. That was their secret to retaining a healthy and constant contact with reality.
  • Naked Monk

    by Hugo Bernard

    Three monks and a sly god determined to make them fail. 

    In a remote forest, three monks unwittingly release an ill-tempered god from an ancient curse. The god offers the monks a special gift: the perfect virtue of their choice. Although virtue should make a monk’s spiritual path easier, the god is determined to make them fail. Can the monks find the wisdom needed to resist all the god’s temptations?

    Is such restraint human... more

  • Queen Rain, King Wind

    by Ina Curic

    A story about watering the seeds of happiness in any relationship through appreciation. It is a source of inspiration to exercise daily the role of “heart gardener”, cultivating harmonious relationships.

     What is the cost of emotional disconnection from dear ones? Do you need help with dissolving tensions and arguments in your family before they widen? Learn one simple practice to take care of important relationships daily! Two elves visit Quee... more

  • Harry the Hummingbird: "A Lesson Learned"

    by Patricia A. Thorpe
    The story line of this book was created from the pleasure I attained while looking out of a large window at my lake property in Wisconsin. Over many years, as I drank my morning coffee or ate my lunch at noon, I observed in wonderment many different kinds of animals and birds interacting with one another. Nature continued to illustrate further observations that I hope to share as additional story lines in the future. "Harry" is the name I lovingly gave to a hummingbird that I believed had act... more

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