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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Dorothy May: Can She Find a Forever Family?

    by Janet Hogan Chapman. Ed.D
    Who is Dorothy May? She is a fascinating mystery and a woman who searched for a true family. Given to an Atlanta woman during The Great Depression. she never knew her real parents. This novel is based on true events throughout Dorothy's life as she grew from girl to woman, always searching for who she really was. Beautiful, strong, and determined, Dorothy led a troubled life with at least two abusive husbands and giving birth to four sons. If you read my first novel, Madam May, you know some wom... more
  • The Troubled Seminarian: A Young Man's Struggle with His Faith at the Time of the Protestant Reformation.

    by Neal Grey
    This is a narrative nonfiction account of a young man's crisis of faith during the turmoil of the Protestant Reformation. It prompts him to explore the foundations and doctrines of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Diligently researched, references to ecclesiastical tomes, doctrine, theological arguments, teachings, rituals and generalized incidents are historically factual.
  • After Madam May: What Came Next

    by Janet Hogan Chapman Ed.D.
    This novella is a followup to the novel, Madam May: A tale of madams, morphine, moonshine, and murder. It picks up around 1911 and tells the story of the love of May's life, takes her through the fears of WWI, the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918, Federal prohibition, the roaring twenties, the Great Depression, and family turmoil with two more husbands and children. She and her family cope with WWII and the immense changes in Atlanta throughout the mid-1950s. As usual, May's actions are somewhat que... more
  • Madam May: A Tale of Madams, Morphine, Moonshine and Murder

    by Janet Hogan Chapman, Ed. D.
    Madam May is pure Southern drama with a touch of humor and spice. In spite of her foibles, you will find yourself cheering for May as she strives to become an independent woman in early 1900s Atlanta. Madam May, A Tale of Madams, Morphine, Moonshine, and Murder is based on true events in the life of the author’s paternal grandmother. Set in Atlanta in the early 1900s, there were few options for a poor, rural, uneducated woman but Willie May Wheeler Collis Stamper Hogan Cobb was willing to do... more
  • FaceTime

    by Ian Creese
    When people get together, what do they talk about? Romance, adventure, intrigue, our changing world? Whether you are a social media lover or Facebook-hater, you are likely to have got into at least one heated debate about its effect on us all. So why the long wait for the World’s first Facebook novel? In FaceTime, the social network’s senior management and the footsoldiers at its Silicon Valley campus both feature. An academic expert on Victorian land law, a regular London family and modern-d... more
  • Vietnam Blues

    by D. R. Van Wye
    In the final years of the Vietnam War, as the United States cuts troop strength, American military advisors and their allies face Viet Cong spies and guerilla fighters building up forces for the massive Easter Offensive. Even while engaged in combat in the difficult terrain of the Mekong Delta, the adversaries struggle with doubts, fears, loss and despair as grim events unfold to an unexpected conclusion.The author was a military advisor where the story takes place. He holds the Combat Infantrym... more
  • Saving Ben Tre

    by D. R. Van Wye
    Facing a team of determined Viet Cong insurgents, American infantrymen struggle to acquit themselves honorably. Fate pushes Lieutenant Van Howe into the Vietnam War, and luck, or lack of it, leads him to Ben Tre, a city in the Mekong Delta. Destined to serve in combat operations as as advisor to a South Vietnamese battalion, he is a key player in a cat and mouse conflict with a team of crafty and experienced Viet Cong fighters. As he struggles to stay alive he is plagued by deep angst and confli... more
  • Once in a Forest

    by Adriana Pernetz

    Once in a Forest is a timeless narrative, both amusing and insightful — a perfect tool for teaching children the value of friendship and camaraderie in life.

    Animals in the forest are having a hard time accepting each other's differences. One day, an unlikely friendship shows the forest that differences are what the woodland creatures need to bring happiness to all.


  • Bun E. Learns to Count in French

    by Cynthia S. Wildridge

    Can a bunny learn to count? He was a long way from home . . . and he was very hungry!

    The artistry of this tale, told in watercolors and calligraphy, captures the magic of the first adventure of Bun E. Boniface, in a land where "nothing is impossible, to a valiant heart!"

  • A Dream Life

    by Patrick J. Suraci
    In 1961, homosexuality is a crime punishable by up to sixteen years in prison. That doesn't stop soldiers Philip Greco and John Fitzgerald from falling in love. The two men are serving in the U.S. Army in Germany in Berlin Crisis. They become friends at first, and then slowly and tentatively, their relationship blossoms. Working around the obstacles in their path, Philip and John travel through Europe together and discover their dream place to live after their discharge, Majorca. When John is di... more
  • The World's Greatest Mousetrap

    by B.C.R. Fegan
    When Reginald finds a mouse in his bookstore, he will stop at nothing to catch the pesky critter. Even if it means building the world's greatest mousetrap. Unfortunately for Reginald, the mouse always seems to be one step ahead.
  • Pippin and the River of Wonders: A Voice for Wildlife

    by Stacey Gerhart
    Nobody Knows the Stories of the Animals like Pippin... The wildlife lawbreakers get more than they bargain for when Pippin and her friends unite to protect the baby animals in the wetlands. It’s an imperfect world, but Pippin understands the struggles of the wildlife. Her single, almost secret, superpower is to interpret animal languages. When Pippin and her animal friends unite their special skills in this hilarious adventure, they are empowered to protect the wetlands and wildlife from the la... more
  • They Called Him Yeshua: The Story of the Young Jesus

    by Donald L. Brake with Shelly Beach
    They Called Him Yeshua is more than an ordinary fictional account of lives of biblical characters; it also recounts possibilities about what Jesus was like and what He experienced as a divine being voluntarily housed in a human body. This novel help us imagine how His family reacted to Jesus as He grew and followed His path from self-awareness to His divine mission on earth.
  • Damiana's Reprieve

    by Martha Batiz
    Damiana’s Reprieve is a novella that gives a candid look at a young opera singer—what happens backstage before and during performances, and what happens when unexpected turns in life leave one facing the not-so-cliché reality that the show must go on. Damiana is the lead in Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, and leading up to the opening day’s performance a sequence of unexpected events—from a surprise family reunion that forces her to analyze her past, to facing the consequences of the domest... more
  • Plaza Requiem: Stories at the Edge of Ordinary Lives

    by Martha Batiz
    Plaza Requiem: Stories at the Edge of Ordinary Lives is a collection of short stories that feature strong female characters who are trapped in violent relationships, facing dangerous political situations, or learning to live with the pain of betrayal.
  • An Ocean of Thoughts: One Man's Journey from Self-Destruction to Self-Realization

    by David Jones
    Despite a childhood of privilege and a college degree, Tony Joppa was stuck in extended adolescence fueled by drugs, alcohol, and apathy. After a drunk-drivingaccident lands him in jail, Joppa begins his journey to sobriety and self-realization. That journey takes him across the country, around the world, and deeply inward, where his life changes thanks to the help of Alcoholics Anonymous, Buddhism, and the many teachers he meets along the way.