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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Finding Rose

    by Julie Ryan
    When three sisters, Ginny, Sally and Molly are brought together at their father’s hospital bed, they are forced to confront not only the prospect of a future without him but also the secrets of the past that have kept them apart. Their father, Eddie Matthews, drugged up on morphine, seems to be rambling but could he, in fact, be reliving previous lives as a Tudor monk and as a soldier on the Front in WW1? Struggling to speak he reveals that he has a secret and urges his daughters to ‘Find Rose’... more
  • Timur's Escape

    by Tabi Slick

    In the height of Sultan Mustafa’s reign, a war leaves the fate of the Ottoman Empire in the hands of one vampire and forbidden love.

    Abandoned as a child, Timur never knew his parents or a life outside of the Janissary Corp. The only thing he’s ever known is that he belongs to the Ubir underworld, a group of vampires led by the sultan’s chief escort.

    Despising himself for everything this life has made him do, Timur’s world changes... more

  • Money Gita: The $247 Trillion Global Debt And The Dream Merchants

    by srinivas murthy

    Balasubramaniyum a.k.a bals2you, a seemingly successful adman, creative writer, also a venture capitalist happens to get a message from Lord Kubera, the treasurer of wealth, who has come to collect the $247 Trillion Global Debt, on line!

    Narrated in chat fiction style, the negotiation in 5 sessions forms the content of the novel. The witty conversation outlines the nature of wealth, the illusive aspirations promoted by the dream merchants, the cause of debt and the possible terms o... more

  • Ashes Like Bread

    by Jean Hoefling
    The prophetess Zyla is used to the elders of the clan of Adam and Eve rejecting her dark glimpses into the future, and bitter that she doesn’t receive the honor she deserves. When her forecast of a deadly flood gets her exiled, she and her sister flee the mountain of Eden to live in a sweltering desert chasm among descendants of the murderer Cain. Zyla is willing to do anything to advance her status among the Cainites, even if it means becoming a second wife to her sister's desirable husband, or... more
  • A Collection of Personal Statement Residency Examples for Different Specialties

    by Logan Joyce

    During the entrance examinations, the admissions office has to read thousands of similar personal statements. As far as you know, a personal statement plays a huge role, since you can show your best and stand out among the crowd. However, it is very difficult to write a personal statement because you need to take into account many conditions and rules. We are ready to help you with this, because we are a team of professionals. We have already helped so many students in writing their personal ... more

  • The Adventures of Fawn Book 1 'Til the Last Snowflake Falls

    by Al E. Boy
    The Adventures of Fawn is a ‘coming of age’ series set in the year 1849. It tells of the exciting exploits of Fawn, the precocious young daughter of legendary reindeer, Comet and Vixen. Initially, the young reindeer has no friends and spends her days alone in the stable at Santa’s Village. She argues with her parents…wanting the freedom to go outside the Village to explore. But her parents caution she’s too young, naïve, and inexperienced to go outside by herself. Declaring, “I don’t... more
  • What Happened in Lake Erie

    by Charles L. Ross

    A father and young son react to the son's homosexuality.

  • Fifty, Four Ways

    by Katherine Cobb
    Inspired by true events, Fifty Four Ways chronicles what happens when four baseball moms begin reading the sex-fueled book Fifty Shades of Grey back when the series went viral. The book catapults the moms into unexpectedly assessing their sex lives, desires and satisfaction with their husbands. Kelli feels neglected by a spouse who’d rather prep for doomsday than be intimate. Her best friend Mel struggles to find the courage to overcome her shyness and body issues in the bedroom and reach th... more
  • Dark Blossom

    by Neel Mullick

    Sam returns home from a business trip a day before his son's thirteenth birthday and is looking forward to being with his family, when his world is cruelly shattered in one fell swoop. Initially he thinks he can cope with the loss, but finally seeks the help of Cynthia, an experienced therapist, to regain his equipoise. What he does not know is that Cynthia herself is trying to cope with a debilitating divorce and the sinister shadow of her ex-husband over her daughter...

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  • Bluff

    by Mr. Kind

    "There once was a man named Bluff who thought himself great at all stuff..."

    Mr. Kind uses lyrical rhyme coupled with the marvelous graphic imagery of Zacc Pollitt to weave the tale of the once pompous Bluff who steals fun only to be brought down by the virtuous message delivered via a contest with a cryptic stranger and the light words of an earth angel, thus allowing the children to play and laugh again. These are the stories that last for generations.

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  • Doug Liberty Presents Bandit the Dancing Raccoon

    by John L. Sheppard
    Effete alcoholic Tris Edgar finds a talking raccoon digging through his trash one evening. Tris tells a story of heartbreak, loss and self-defeat, and of his life as an instant celebrity in the internet age. At turns dark and whimsical, Doug Liberty Presents Bandit the Dancing Raccoon is a uncanny fable for the 21st century. Praise for Doug Liberty Presents Bandit the Dancing Raccoon: "Sheppard is a hugely imaginative writer, deftly balancing humor, pathos and lyricism." -Self-Publishing Rev... more
  • Samatya - An Egyptian Woman Among the Children of Israel

    by Mohamed Adly


    "Samatya: An Egyptian Woman Among the Children of Israel is a historical fiction story of the Exodus from Egypt at the time of Moses. It is the story of Samatya, the young and beautiful wife of Hori, a poor young Egyptian man. They live in a small house on the banks of the river Nile. The house is filled with the happiness of the young lovers, a house that Hori built himself. The future looks hopeful for them until events occur that turn their joy to turmoil. As the rest of ... more

  • The Last Mermaid Princess

    by Ella James
    Lily Chaidee was never at home with herself, her family, or her geography, and as a hybrid-Asian growing up in the Texas Panhandle during the 1960’s, she was ill-equipped to face the challenges that would inevitably come. Amarillo, an inhospitable place for an ethnically diverse family, was only part of the problem. Mental illness, sexual predation, addiction, domestic violence, and hypocrisy lay formidable difficulties in her path. But Lily was smart, and smart people often find ways to triumph... more
  • What Animals Do

    by Beatriz Rare
    “What Animals Do” is a hysterical adventure with animals around the world performing a set of silly activities. The book contains cute and factual rhymes that will help children learn and exercise their imagination.Guaranteed laughs for every kid and parent.
  • The Incredible Adventures of the Awesome and Amazing Margaux, Waggy Tail One: Yay Margaux!

    by Scott Jordan and Laura Jordan
    Meet Margaux, a thirteen year old blind and deaf standard poodle. Margaux lives at the magical Poodle Resort & Spa with her four poodle sisters. When Margaux crashes into a sand castle, we see the difference between how Margaux's older and younger sisters understand her disabilities. Everything changes when a thunderstorm scares all of the poodles except Margaux, who braves the storm to save the day for her younger sisters. Waggy Tails are based on the real life adventures of Margaux Jordan. ... more
  • Mamma's Moon - The Hoodoo of Peckerwood Smith

    by Jerry Antil
    Abandoned as a child and placed in an abusive home, Peck has only a general idea of where to begin his search for his origins. He has no recollection of his mother or other family members—only a vague memory of talking to the moon as an infant. Thanks to a psychic, a hypnotist and Elizabeth, his first lover, Peck acquires more leads.