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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The MisreadBible: Genesis

    by J. R. Eldridge

    A collection of twisted Bible tales from the warped mind of J. R. Eldridge. Drawing from his fascination with religion and mythology, Eldridge takes the reader on a journey from the creation of the universe to the arrival of the Israelites in Egypt in this blasphemously funny retelling of the Book of Genesis.

    A lonely deity creates the universe in his mother’s basement and makes a little clay man who falls in love with his own rib. After the humans engage in some freaky angel sex,... more

  • Suffer the Little Children

    Months after five-year-old Amy completes chemotherapy for leukemia she is found to have AIDS acquired from blood transfusions. More devastating than the disease is the social isolation that follows. Amy dwindles to emaciation and demise. Her father, a young country doctor, returns to medical training and overcomes social, cultural and academic hurdles to achieve success in AIDS research.
  • One Time Winner: The Empress Emeritus Zinabar

    by John R. Carden
    The setting of the book is a gigantic interstellar monarchy called the Interstellar Condominium of Planets and Empires, (ICOPE), ruled by an Emperor and Empress; with two chambers of a legislature to pass laws. One fateful day the Emperor unexpectedly dies. The Empress, instead of staying on the Capital Planet called Empire Prime, chooses to leave her home planet and resettle on a planet far, far away from the Empire. The planet she happens to choose is Earth.The ultra-advanced medical technolog... more
  • The Invisible Moon

    by J.Robert DiFulgo
    Twenty years of PTSD have passed and Bryan is still unable to put the pieces of his past together, unaware that a portion of his life has been blotted out. Joining the navy, serving in Vietnam and being pulled by the undercurrent of life would shatter all his beliefs; lead him to a threshold of truth and transform him into being a stronger person than he could ever have realized. It is only now that he can begin to relive the ordeal in order to dispel the ghosts and horrors of the past. Love, Wa... more
  • Zamm Boola

    by Scott Chally
  • Pirate Bear

    by Sonya Annita Song

    A swashbuckling tale about Pirate Bear and his tyrannical encounters until one fateful day... 

    O Pirate Bear, the baddest bear
    And ruler of the seas,
    He took the things he wanted
    And not once did he say please.

    Sailors trembled when they saw him
    For they really had no clue
    If he'd make them swab the poop deck
    Or he'd turn them into stew.


    by Ron Argo
    TET, 1968. Saigon. Acclaimed as one of the most important novels of the Vietnam War [San Diego Union], Year of the Monkey takes us into the savage jungles where death waits in every paddyfield. It as well delves into the apocalyptic world of political corruption where friendship and betrayal become unavoidable, where murder and love are common as body counts. It is the gripping story of two American soldiers trapped in a sinister web of cold-blooded murder during the shattering Tet Offensive, th... more
  • The Sun’s Bright, Bright Burning Rays

    by Courtney Caswell-Peyton
    A colorful book about the sun that explains the difference in meaning between the word rays and raise.
  • The Puzzle Solver

    by Courtney Caswell-Peyton
    An engaging and colorful book about putting a puzzle together.
  • How Allan Alligator Landed His Lake

    by Courtney Caswell-Peyton
    Allan Alligator argues with a crocodile and lands living rent free in a lake.
  • Turtle Time for Toby

    by Courtney Caswell-Peyton
    Toby is tempted by trouble everywhere he goes. He knocks things off of store shelves and knows nothing about nurturing friendships. Then one day, Toby’s teacher entrusts him with the care of turtles in the hopes that his newfound sense of responsibility will restore his relationships. Will Turtle Time transform Toby?
  • Smallfish Clover

    by Heather Lee Shaw
    Man-eating anacondas! Pilfered gold and precious jewels! Such elements fuel the seductively fertile fantasy life young Walter Pace Clover III invents for himself as a means of combating the boredom of accompanying his parents on a business trip to an unnamed South American city. It stands him in good stead when a routine shopping trip to the city’s busy street market turns unexpectedly ominous. Playing a surreptitious cat-and-mouse spy game as he wanders the vendors’ stalls, Pace and his father ... more
  • Mobile application

    by Saira George

    This is about the mobile app development factors.In the ongoing couple of years, the versatile application improvement has turned into a blasting industry, as the cell phones have changed into the motivation behind converging in IT business. There are different master application advancement administrations and the iPhone application Development Services in Denmark is one of them, dealing with the application improvement in the most ideal ways. The present age invests the vast majority of the... more

  • Finger of an Angel

    by Panayotis Cacoyannis

    Psychological, Magical, Mad, Lily's journey on a long winding road and beyond...

    After a loved-up adventure in a wood in North London, sixty-odd-year-old Lily drives off in her Classic Mercedes and takes a wrong turn. The day is unbearably hot, and the snazzy car's air-con is broken, blowing out hot air instead of cold. Lily follows the meandering road in a state of dehydration, and experiences a series of encounters with angels and demons and ghosts from the past.

    As time... more

  • The Day the Earth Swallowed Louis

    by Jeffrey Miller
    Forty-two-year-old Louis Patterson is a man destined for a quiet life of desperation until his house is swallowed by a sinkhole one day—with him in it. From nine to five, Louis works the customer service counter at the Discount Dollar Warehouse, a job he had to take after being laid off from a canning factory in town. Then one day, his wife Mia, who had a hard time dealing with his PTSD after he returned from Afghanistan, walks out on him and takes their two children to her sister’s house. Lo... more
  • Waiting for Clark Kent

    by Bradley Laidman
    A reimagining of Superman if he had decided to play baseball instead of save lives.