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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Ablaze

    by M. Liz Boyle
    This summer the Stanley sisters and the Miles boys are excited to hike together again, and now they have the unique opportunity to help two of their ranger friends with an outdoor program in the beautiful Montana mountains. Marlee has always considered herself a willing follower. Give her a direction and she’s happy to help. Her older sister Ellie is a natural leader, and Marlee is content in her role as assistant. Marlee and her sisters have been assigned to help with Ranger Rose’s team,... more

    FLOURISHING invites readers to new optimism, invoking visions of blooming and thriving, a special effervescence of wonderment. Author Elizabeth's poems play with Artist Wong's fanciful motifs, a luminosity that is faithfully translated into French by Doctor Edith, except when she joins in the fun to create a new parallel version of the stories. Together the trio forms an original work where pictorial art, poetic style, and aesthetic content collaborate to fashion a joyful flowering of the divers... more
  • Sophia and Sinclair Go on an Adventure!

    by Colleen Olle

    Sophia and Sinclair seek adventure! And the longer they explore, the more adventure they get. Who will they meet? Can they handle the surprises along the way? With a friend by your side, anything feels possible.

    One summer morning, Sophia, a tireless rabbit, and Sinclair, a thoughtful turtle, set out to locate the tinkling music, trumpeting horns, and popping sounds drifting from the distant hill. They journey to a pasture where a pearly white horse helps them make trac... more

  • In Body I Trust

    by Lauren Dow

    Lauren Dow's emotionally driven debut delves into the mind of one woman through her journey of recovery, growth, and survival.

    Taylor Fraser, Award Winning Director of the Foreward Podcast

    A lot can happen in seven days, especially for someone with mental illness. Amelia is about to turn 30, but instead of celebrating, she is overpowered by her battle against anxiety and depression driven by the inner voices of her little monster- her eating disorder. But as... more

  • Anna & the American Puzzle

    by Jennifer Kasman
    You may have heard of The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood and wondered if America could ever truly become Gilead. Anna & The American Puzzle imagines another version of a near-future America where a surprising combination of wealthy, religious, and social media derived power structures join forces to form a political party that wins the Presidency. As the new regime reshapes the country into a high-tech surveillance state, the free and open use of technology by most citizens is outlawed. An... more
  • Dear Mrs. President

    by Ana Maria Medici

    In Dear Mrs. President, a child's letter to the first female President of the United States, becomes a symbol of hope and a touching tribute to all female leaders, everywhere. With no ambition too high, and no goal too large, Dear Mrs. President encourages kids to reach further, and dream greater.

  • Iron Butterfly

    by Andrew Eustace Anselmi
    It is the summer of 1982, just before the fall. The political campaign ad of It’s Morning in America has not yet aired, but the present era of cultural hedonism has already dawned. Against this backdrop, Edward Bennett is the All-American son of a mother who emigrated from Italy and a first-generation Italian American father. Edward has it all: good looks, pedigree, and the financial fruits of his father’s business empire. As he readies for his junior year abroad in London, however, something fe... more
  • The Red Button

    by Keith Eldred
    Here at last is the untold story of Scrooge's doomed engagement. Belle Endicott and Ebenezer Scrooge are young, bookish, hardworking Londoners drawn together by button-making. His brand-new factory threatens her family’s tiny shop, yet they fall in love and start planning their future. When personal and business calamities strike, they confront them vigorously side by side, but ultimately something has to give. We know what it is. They do not.
  • Her She Lady: A Tribute To Womanhood

    by Shah Asad Rizvi
    Her She Lady is a collection of 100 poems that pay tribute and give testimony to the magnificence of women. Beginning and ending with poems that highlight a mother's virtues, Shah Asad Rizvi has created a timeless collection of poems that carefully lays out the countless priceless qualities and merits of womanhood for every eye to see and every soul to embrace. Each poem envelopes a theme of empowerment or pays homage to her, she, the lady. From lines that are as beautiful and delicate as ... more
  • CoinciDATE

    by David R. Low
    CoinciDATE is the story of a small American city where loneliness and desperation have taken hold. With increasing frequency, men who visit online forums to share their frustrations at the lack of female attention are turning to violence. Dubious dating agencies and cults have emerged to take advantage of the situation and get rich off desperate people. This transgressive novel is simultaneously tragic and darkly comic. CoinciDATE explores the depths people go to in order to find happiness and f... more
  • The Legend of Jet the Gerbil: Could be the Greatest Gerbil Story Ever Told

    by Michael Keller

    The Legend of Jet the Gerbil is the true story of an amazing pet gerbil and his human, a young boy named Michael.  One day, when Michael and his dad are cleaning Jet’s tank, something goes terribly wrong, setting Michael and his dad off on a fast-paced adventure to find and rescue Jet.  Jet’s incredible survival makes this the greatest gerbil story ever told! 

  • Sheba's Song

    by Magaly Heriveaux
    Do you want to know the truest meaning of friendship and family? All you have to do is ask Sheba. Through her many experiences at Hickory Brook Creek, she has learned the truest meaning of love from her first foster mother, Ms. Benson. Every now and then Sheba still has the vague, sweet memory of Ms. Benson singing to her heart: "Sheba, my answer to my dreams. You are as graceful as the breeze. Sheba, you are as priceless as can be, my one and only gem from now 'till eternity." These same words ... more
  • Thud! Thud!

    by Diana Aleksandrova
    THUD! THUD! A loud sound shakes the ground. A terrible monster moves into the forest. The games stop and cheer ceases. The animals began living in fear of the terrifying monster. Life in the forest is forever changed. What the animals don’t know is that the big, scary monster has his own fears to face.
  • Dream of the White Stallion

    by Julia Oliver
    Kathryn Alexander, writing in her personal journal, describes her coming of age while dealing with childhood bullies and a dying mother. She is a shy teenager living in 18th century England, the era when Thoroughbred racing and breeding became the rage among the aristocracy. She has always loved horses, and even though her Irish father is an exceptional, but nontraditional, equine trainer and healer, her humble working-class family could never afford one of the beautiful animals. Although a comm... more
  • Trick

    by Sean Hancock
    Trick is fifteen and the only black kid growing up in a dead-end country town. He wins approval from his tough gang of friends by spotting an opportunity for a robbery at a local supermarket. He just never thought they'd go through with it. Even though they escape with more money than they'd anticipated, it is a botched job and cataclysmic events unfold. To make matters worse, Kelly Jenkins, the girl Trick has been in love with since he was seven years old, is planning her escape from their smal... more
  • The Prophet Joan

    by Jay Heinrichs
    A novel that takes you on a moving, humor-filled ride through a snowy murder mystery, small-town politics, eloquent shrimp, and the nature of prophecy. From New York Times bestselling author Jay Heinrichs, a story with skiing, cocktails, eloquent shrimp, a girl, a gun, the tragedy of omniscience, and the archangel Gabriel. (Well, he says he’s the archangel Gabriel.) Fourteen-year-old Joan Mudgett suddenly finds herself alone without her parents in a small New Hampshire village. Only she’s ... more