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  • FAITH - Hometown of Jesus Christ

    by Virginia Austin

    Comedy, jealousy and intrigue take center stage as a small town prepares for an ACLU lawsuit over a sign that reads FAITH, Hometown of Jesus Christ. A lightning-fast read, the turn of the last page will have you wishing your stay in Faith could have lasted just a few more days, or at least that you had picked up a Jesus-in-the-Box or a poster of the town's super-hot mechanic Johnny Cain.

    The town of Faith has found religion, and no one is happier than Father O'Brien, who was dow... more

  • We Are Joined at the Heart

    by Yonette Belinda
    Children need that reassurance that they are loved even when parents have to go away. When parents are gone for work or separated because of a divorce or sadly even death, their love continue unendingly. This book delivers a message of that unconditional and unfailing love. Not only is it a story of the love between a parent and a child, but It also sets the foundation for an open conversation about the depth of love. No matter what the circumstance, that child will always be found by love. The... more
  • RADICAL NEW ME

    by PK Hrezo

    When college funds fall through for twenty-three-year-old Calliope Crown, she's forced to move to ritzy Boca Raton for the summer to work at her snobby aunt's upscale bakery. There, she will face the same delectable temptations that put her in the overweight body Calliope so desperately wants to forget. She may be armed with a new identity, but old self-images don't die fast, and true self-esteem isn't something you can buy online with a credit card, even t... more

  • Eden's Bride

    by Daniel Phalen
    Under the watchful eye of a deadly cobra, a temple empath consorts with a renegade lion hunter to secure a clairvoyant breakthrough before a power-mad priest deposes the ruling matriarchy and plunges civilized humanity into chaos.
  • Waddle's Big Adventure

    by R W Thompson
    Waddle the Penguin was not your usual penguin. He was born at a different time of the year than the other penguins, he did not like the cold, and he really enjoyed exploring by himself. He liked to surf on ice floes, dive deep in the water to fish, and go for long swims. He always wondered what was going on outside of his world. \tThen, one day, his life changed. A sudden summer storm hits Waddle’s home as he and a friend are riding an ice floe. They are separated and when the storm clea... more
  • That Beautiful Season

    by Sandra Fox Murphy
    When the Civil War is at last over, a young girl called Sylvie is unaware of the turmoil of her past and the Reconstruction all around her. She knows only farm animals and crop cycles and the love of her family. Growing into a lovely young woman in rural Maryland, she finds happiness in the farming life and, over time, runs smack into love. But she soon will discover that life is filled not only with joy, but loss, and secrets that will topple all she thought she knew. That Beautiful Season d... more
  • A Thousand Stars

    by Sandra Fox Murphy
    In 1665, in Rhode Island, Ann Tallman, wife of Peter, is sentenced to fifteen lashings in Newport’s town square. Her story begins, in 1647, in Barbados where Ann Hill, the daughter of English settlers, meets the dashing German merchant Captain Peter Tallman. After they wed and settle in colonial Rhode Island, after six children, after years of Peter’s absences at sea, abuse, and jealousies, it was Thomas, the English indentured servant, who won Ann’s heart. Refusing to leave behind her children,... more
  • Surviving the Fatherland: A True Coming-of-age Love Story Set in WWII Germany

    by Annette Oppenlander
    Spanning thirteen years from 1940 to 1953 and set against the epic panorama of WWII, author Annette Oppenlander's SURVIVING THE FATHERLAND is a sweeping saga of family, love, and betrayal that illuminates an intimate part of history seldom seen: the children's war. SURVIVING THE FATHERLAND tells the true and heart-wrenching stories of Lilly and Günter struggling with the terror-filled reality of life in the Third Reich, each embarking on their own dangerous path toward survival, freedom, and ... more
  • Escape from the Past: At Witches' End

    by Annette Oppenlander
    In the conclusion of the ESCAPE FROM THE PAST trilogy, Max 'Nerds' Anderson returns to medieval Germany. It is the year 1473 and two years have passed since his last visit. But two years in the Middle Ages are a long time. When at last Max finagles a way into Castle Hanstein, his old friend, Bero, is less than pleased to see him, Lady Clara is near death and Juliana, his old flame, is not meeting his eyes. Can Max sway his friends, help rescue another gamer and stay out of Schwarzburg's clutch... more
  • Swim Season

    by Marianne Sciucco
    Sometimes winning is everything. Champion swimmer Aerin Keane is ready to give up her dreams of college swimming and a shot at the Olympics. As she starts senior year in her third high school, Aerin's determined to leave her family troubles behind and be like all the other girls at Two Rivers. She's got a new image and a new attitude. She doesn’t want to win anymore. She's swimming for fun, no longer the freak who wins every race, every title, only to find herself alone. But when her desire to ... more
  • The Harlem Renaissance Time Traveler's Diary

    by Lashonda Beauregard
    West Barrington, a musician from 1926 Harlem, seems to have everything going for him. A job at the most popular nightclub in Harlem, a music career that is taking off, and a girlfriend, Lanna Gold, who's the lead singer of the group Crystal Dream. But when West awakens after falling asleep on the eve of 1927, he realizes that he has been thrown into a world far beyond 1927 after he discovers that he has awakened in 2016 Harlem.
  • Echoes in the Canyon

    by Marco Behrens
    Myra Louise, a desert tortoise, and her close friend Minnie Squawking Bird, a cactus wren, live in the Arizona desert with their friends Stinky and Smelly—javelina brothers who have a propensity to seek out adventure…and trouble. The javelinas are schemers and dreamers, and Myra Louise and Minnie Squawking Bird have a full-time job keeping the boys grounded and heading in an appropriate direction. Luckily there is also wise Joe Fox—the law in this part of the desert—and his pals Reynard Fox and ... more
  • Harold Hardscrabble

    by G. D. Dess
    Harold Hardscrabble, by G. D. Dess, is a sympathetic novel filled with philosophical musings on the state of society and our place within it. The story captures the feelings of frustration and helplessness that many of us experience in our daily lives. These sentiments are embodied in the contemplative, quietly charming protagonist, Harold, who, like Walter Mitty, lives largely in his own world of thoughts and dreams. We follow Harold’s transformation from a dreamer to a man of action as he stru... more
  • Journey to the Land of Look Behind

    by Denise Laidler
    Indigo Wade, a brilliant engineer and aspiring sculptor, frustrated with her son-child boyfriend, Reed, pressured by her domineering mother, Lena and struggling through a fractured relationship with her distant and indifferent father, Capo. An urgent, disturbing phone call precipitates a trip to Jamaica where past memories resurface, life lessons are learned and new beginnings are started. Sage advice from her Aunt Mercie helps her deal with antagonistic siblings left to survive the wreckage of ... more
  • Astrologer's Proof

    by David John Jaegers
    BIG DATA HAS THE ANSWERS. Rufus wants to settle it. He has the connections, the hackers and the computing power to compare the astrological charts of 100,000,000 Americans to the events of their actual lives. Are astrological forces real or not? Under the cover of the Institute for Humanistic Innovation, Rufus and the Data Collection Group are prepared to implement their secret plan. Elaborate hacking schemes and unlimited computing power will enable them to build a data base so extensive tha... more
  • Letters to the Queen of Sheba

    by Candace Shepherd
    As adults, we know that how we think influences what we do. But is this the case for people who haven't lived as long as we have? Letters to the Queen of Sheba describes life through the eyes of a young African American woman named Mary, whose thoughts and decisions spark conversation about relationships and life.

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