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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Janoose The Goose

    by JD Holiday
    In the story, Janoose the Goose is visiting her cousin, Molly the Duck on the farm. Janoose likes the barnyard very much but she must go home because there are no job openings there. When her flight home arrives, the fox has begun a crime spree, and Janoose is the only one who can stop him.
  • Migrants

    by Keith Sobey
    We live in a world where economic migration resulting from war and other factors is commonplace. Migrants explores the stories of five women, forced by circumstances to uproot their lives, and the consequences of their actions. Migrants is a book in five parts. Each part deals with the story of a woman who is forced to change her life due to circumstances outside her control and journey to a new country.
  • The Light Over Broken Tide

    by Holly Ducarte
    Out of the blue, Rebecca Stafford’s Father arrives to parent her after years of absence, and then extracts her last bit of normalcy by moving them to Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. The shocking news plunges Rebecca into a despair that brings about an otherworldly encounter; she begins to have visions of her deceased Mom. Uncertain whether what she sees is reality or the product of a troubled mind, Rebecca searches for an anchor to keep her from drifting in the new coastal town. She clings to Shawn, t... more
  • Reconcilable Differences

    by M A Clarke Scott
    Kate is a survivor. Fifteen years after her breakdown, Kate has built a successful career as a family mediator, specializing in couple’s reconciliation. In fact, she’s about to receive a prestigious award for her accomplishments. Her latest mediation brings together a young couple on the brink of divorce, and only Kate’s expertise and sensitivity can save them. It also, unexpectedly, reconnects her with former lover Simon Sharpe, who represents the high and the low points of her life, unco... more
  • The Melancholy Moon

    by Glenda C Manus
  • What Immortal Hand: A Truth-filled Novel on Science, Art, and the Origin of Life

    by M. Jane Lalli, Ph.D.
    What Immortal Hand, set in the 1800s, is a tale of two artists, both of whom are struggling to find their identity and place in the world. They set out to paint their respective commissions, both asking them to interpret some aspect of God. But what if one of the commissions seemingly challenges the status quo--the mural of the "Ascent of Man," which on its surface, seems to glorify 'natural selection' in lieu of a Creator? Follow these two artists on their fast-paced adventure to achieve their ... more
  • My Life as Steve Keller

    by Zach Baynes
    Steve Keller’ is one man’s journey through twelve cities, three decades, and four lovers, all while living with the realities of climate change and technology. The stories about food and history will make you want to travel and the charming dialogue will make you smile. The book depicts two of the most basic needs in life that neither technology nor the passing of time can erase: the need to be loved and the need to be protected. Steve tells his story in three parts. In Part One, he tries to ... more
  • The Long Road Home

    by Alec Belle
  • Background Noise: A Novel About Twice-Exceptionality

    by Susan Larsen Krause
    Jeremy knows he isn't like other 12-year-old boys, but he doesn't know why. Even his parents don't understand him. Failing at making friends. Failing at school. Failing at anything normal twelve-year-old boys do. His biggest failure of all? Jeremy accidentally starts a fire that destroys his house. His dad is so disappointed in Jeremy that he leaves. For good. Once, the only place he felt at peace is on the rooftop of his home where the world makes sense and calms the noise in his jumbled br... more
  • The Lure

    by John Jewell
    In the not distant future, Erik Hanssen, an Ojibwe-Norwegian CEO of a high tech company, keeps a routine doctor’s appointment. Without warning, Erik finds himself on a mini-bus headed for a government-run euthanasia center—the fate of older, chronically ill citizens. The US health care system has collapsed under the weight of a last ditch war against global terrorism. With less than a week until Erik’s scheduled death, his daughter, cardiologist Meredith Hanssen, desperately seeks a way to save ... more
  • Assignments

    by Don K. Philpot
    Fifth graders Drue and Nicky are at a crossroads. They were supposed to be in the same class this year but Nicky’s mom changed jobs, and Nicky now lives miles away from Drue and attends a different school. Their friendship is in trouble, not only because they attend different schools but also because of a hurtful rumor Nicky started about Drue before she moved. Fifth grade is giving them trouble as well. The first big projects of the term have been assigned, and they are challenging projects. So... more
  • Last Burial Night

    by Osaze Ehigiator
    Seventeen-year-old Drew Person falls in love with Cindy Glover, a teenage mountaineer in a racially segregated south, he is met with unexpected resistance, which forces him to arrange a secret meeting place by an outback pond. He is soon betrayed by flocks of ducks scrambling over spilled grains. Noise of the disturbance travels far, echoed by wailing birds and barking dogs. Bono comes to investigate the commotion. The following week, Drew receives a letter from the “Omega Man” warning him t... more
  • Leaf On A Breeze

    by Irene Davidson
    For readers familiar with Book One in this series set in an extra-ordinary garden in Kent, this second installment in the White Briars series begins around two years on from the birth of Betony. ...Hamish and Liana's daughter. It follows the life and goings-on of Sara Blaine, hard-working mum and owner-operator of Blaine's Nursery, a family-run business nestled within the stone perimeter walls of White Briar's woods. Out for some much-needed personal time, Sara meets an itinerant musician,... more
  • A Good Read

    by Irene Davidson
    Marion Thomas, American and newly arrived in a southern city, is nursing wounds from a tragedy that occurred on her birthday the year before. She is wandering her new hometown, merely looking for a coffee and hoping for a low-key celebration of how far she’s come -both literally and figuratively- in the past year. Upon discovering a library in the basment of the cafe building, she finds far more than she anticipated. For this is a mysterious Library that lends not only its books but the charac... more
  • The Journey of an American Boy

    by Robert Valletta
    High school student Tony Schiavone struggles through relationships with girls and his father. Later, he embarks upon a two year quest to backpack his way throughout Europe. While traveling through the north of Ireland, he meets the beautiful and optimistic daughter of a pub owner. It is a coming-of-age tale that recounts the experiences and emotions of an American boy in a foreign land, and is based largely upon the real life journey of the author.
  • Flowers In The Morning

    by Irene Davidson
    Hamish, a successful artist whose personal tragedies have left him broken and exhausted, is tired of London and life. He doggedly searches for a new home in the south of England, believing that if he can find the perfect place in a countryside location it might give him the boost he needs to get his life back on track. His quest leads him to a forgotten corner of Kent and White Briars; a delightful Gothic cottage in a run-down but idyllic garden setting. Moving into the cottage, Hamish bel... more