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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • roses the chase

    by daniel bogogolela
  • If We Had No Winter (Billie Dixon #1)

    by D. L. Pitchford

    Does a father who abandoned his family deserve a second chance? Can an unwanted daughter restore her faith in men? Or has Billie already sabotaged her chance at first love?

    After her parents' divorce, introverted Billie Dixon buries herself in her studies. Her plan? To stay out of sight, out of mind, and out of trouble. But that plan fails when she starts at Bradford College.

    While hopeful to renew her relationship with her estranged father, she stru... more

  • Murder Undone

    by Robin Storey
    For 20 years, wealthy socialite Eva Dennehy has borne the guilt of murdering her first husband Charlie, who was planning to leave her for his mistress. When Eva is offered the opportunity to travel back in time, and undo her crime as penance, she accepts – what does she have to lose? Back in her old life with Charlie, her passion for him surpassed only by her torment at his infidelity, she is more determined than ever to prevent him from leaving her. But her plan plunges her into a world ... more
  • Mary's Song (Dream Horse Adventures Book 1)

    by Susan Count
    A girl and a foal share one thing. They are both lame. One cannot survive without the other. Love, friendship and adversity all sweetly wrapped up in the tale of a horse. A compelling, well-developed plot that will charm and engage your young reader.
  • Girl with Broken Umbrella

    by Davor Banovic
    Davor Banovic’s debut story collection Girl with a Broken Umbrella depicts events, which appear to be random at first, in the lives of a few people who are connected in several ways. Most of them are deeply involved into to the world of art, literature, philosophy, or religion. Nevertheless, with the exception of a few short dialogs, the narrative isn’t loaded with theory of any kind and it is extremely readable. By hiding and revealing plot details, the author creates a kind of ontological susp... more
  • That Woman: Beating the Odds in Colonial New York

    by Wayne Clark
    A young woman takes on the brutal merchant king of New York's East River waterfront—and wins. Illness suddenly deprives 17-year-old Sarah Da Silva and her older brother Jacob of a mother. Before Sarah has come to terms with that loss, her merchant father grows frail and increasingly desperate in the face of impending bankruptcy. On the rainy night their father scours the docks of Bordeaux, France, to make his final bid to save his family, his children are kidnapped and forced onto a ship boun... more
  • The Slotted Spoon

    by Jennifer Faus


    In this book of poems and essays Jennifer Faus explores trauma and loss-A choice on September 11; a father and son mourning the woman they loved; a veteran living with PTSD; a woman raped by her husband; a forest healing after a fire. 

  • The Last Time I Checked, I Was Still Here

    by Lark Griffing
    Amy's mother died when Amy was a young girl, and her father never rose above the grief that crushed him. Together, they moved from town to town, following her father's job.  Unable to put down roots, Amy never made lasting friendships.  Without the supportive, nurturing relationship of a father, Amy had to learn to make her own way and cope on her own.  After a hurtful clash at school, Amy decides she has had enough.   She needs to find a way to heal herself and become whole.  Her impulsive natu... more
  • She Who Remembers

    by Brightest Night Star

    Short stories, vignettes, and poems are in this book. 

  • Imhotep

    by Jerry Dubs
    Stumbling in the dark of an unfinished tomb beneath the sands of Saqqara, American tourist Tim Hope unknowingly passes through a time portal that leads to ancient Egypt. When he discovers that two other Americans preceded him through the time portal, Tim immerses himself in the ancient world to search for them. As he becomes more comfortable with the simpler, more immediate land, he finds himself irresistibly attracted to the delicate Meryt, a wbt-priestess for the god Re. Learning that a seven-... more
  • Wayne's Trip to the Moon

    by Carrie Backer
    This is an imaginary rhyming tale of a little boy named Wayne who flies to the moon in a space ship he made from a milk carton and spoons! When he lands on the moon, he discovers the moon isn't at all like it appears to be from his bedroom window. His visit is fun and exciting, and he even meets a new friend!
  • Monte Carlo Masquerades

    by Monte Renfro
    The story is set Monte Carlo in 1914, immediately before the beginning of WWI. At that time, hundreds of thousands of people would flock to the French Riviera each year to winter in the sun. Lily Turner is an ambitious American who is determined to have an unconventional career as a female detective. Paul Newcastle is a mid-level grifter and British ex-pat who is about to age out of the game and needs a big score, soon. Their paths join when they are conscripted into investigating events surroun... more
  • B072F58644

    by Mat Waugh
    Four adventures in the life of Charlie, aged ‘free’, and his eight-year-old sister Harry. At the Animal Park, Charlie hatches up a plan to kidnap the wildlife and gets a bad case of baboon envy. He gives a very rude lady on a ferry her comeuppance, but not without sparking a riot; and back at the dinner table Charlie introduces Harry to his new friend Dibby Doo, a meeting with eye-popping consequences. Finally, when a puppy comes to stay, it’s no surprise that mayhem follows. But it’s also the ... more
  • How I Got to Yesterday A Fictionalized Memoir

    by Paul Sedlock

    A thoughtful 20th Century narrative, How I Got to Yesterday a Fictionalized Memoir by Paul Sedlock, covers five decades in the life of working class everyman David Crobak. Divided into six parts with a rich cast of colorful characters, we follow David from the Midwest to the West through turbulent times. His adventures, faults, and fears lead him toward a growing acceptance of who he is and where he belongs.

  • A Ball's Game: Baseball

    by Stefan Mathis
    In this story the baseballs come to life at a Major league Baseball stadium. Bennie the "Talking Baseball" and his friends take the reader on a journey thru a nine inning baseball game from their point of view. The game that is played turns out to be the most unlikely ever. A cute, funny, kid friendly, heartwarming story. The story also includes tons of facts and figures surrounding the "grand old game." This short little story could easily be read between innings of a typical game.
  • Cyber Warfare and the New World Order

    by James Rosone and Miranda Watson
    America is on the brink. Russian and Chinese soldiers still occupy Alaska, and now a joint Chinese/Japanese invasion force carried out an attack on the West Coast. The wounds of the Japanese betrayal run deep, but there is no time to dwell on that. Every available resource must be poured into repelling the attack on U.S. soil. Throughout the past several decades, the world has seen all sorts of technology connected to network capabilities. Everything from printers to automobiles, home thermos... more

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