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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The See-Through Leopard

    by Sibel Hodge

    The See-Through Leopard is an inspirational coming of age journey for Jazz Hooper, a damaged girl who must save an orphaned leopard to save herself...

    Most sixteen-year-old girls are obsessed with their looks, but Jazz Hooper's obsessed for a different reason. After a car accident that kills her mum, Jazz is left with severe facial scars and retreats into a dark depression.

    Fearing what will happen if Jazz doesn't recover, her dad makes a drastic decision to ... more

  • I have My struggles & Fights

    by vaneisha tyree
    My name is Alicia Matthews, but who am I? My name doesn't define who I am, it doesn't make up my characteristics. I'm not your ordinary teenager. I'm actually going through things finding me. Who Alicia is. I don't want to be like my sister Kayla, I don't want to be on drugs like my mom. My "dad" hates me, he abuses me verbally and physically. Why don't I have family that want me? Why cant I find someone to care for me? Are you like me? Don't know who you are? I'm Alicia, Who are you? I have a b... more
  • Superman and Me

    by Mary Bleckwehl
    Longing, loss and young love all crash together in this coming-of-age story of coping and acceptance. Twelve-year old ZACH has had it up to his eyeballs with his fourteen-year old autistic brother, BRADEN, and his strange behavior. Braden counts doors and collects stickers and keys. Worse, he ruins the day Zach has been looking forward to for years, Link Day, when he would be matched with an older buddy who would be a cool dude, an amazing athlete, somebody normal! But Braden shows up and goe... more
  • Anastasia’s Book of Days

    by Cindy Maynard
    From the vestiges of the Holy Roman Empire in Europe to the creation of the nation we now know as Germany, the life of Anastasia Burkart reflects the momentous changes sweeping across her beloved Black Forest Homeland. In 1796 my great-great grandmother, Anastasia Burkart, was born in a small town in the beautiful Black Forest region of Germany. She lived a long life by the standards of her time, and died in 1873. Based on Anastasia's purported diaries, this historical novel presents her life... more
  • Fortune Kookie

    by Jean Gill
    "Jean Gill brings her magical storytelling skills to teens, to weave compelling and thought-provoking stories that will linger on in their minds well after the last page is read." Kristin Gleeson, author and children's librarian Can dreams take over your life? Jamie's mother is hooked on fortune-tellers, and running the family into debt. To cure her, Jamie decides to investigate the psychic world, and to show that it is a rip-off, with the help of her best friend, Ryan. Their research causes... more
  • Left Out

    by Jean Gill
    Shortlisted for the Cinnamon Press Novella Award. "A compelling story about friendship, its strength, and the unusual ways it develops." Rebecca P. McCray, The Journey of the Marked Being different isn't easy but it can be exciting! How well do you know your friends? Are they left-handed or right-handed? Are they left-brained or right-brained? And what difference does it make? Shocked at discovering how left-handers are persecuted, Jamie ties her hand behind her back for a public protes... more
  • Song Hereafter

    by Jean Gill
    1153: Hispania and the Isles of Albion Thrilling conclusion to an award-winning series. Global Ebooks Award for Best Historical Fiction. FINALIST in The Wishing Shelf and the Chaucer Awards. The Historical Novel Society Editor’s Choice. Dragonetz and Estela: the troubadours. They thought they knew each other but they didn’t even know themselves. Dragonetz has failed Eleanor of Aquitaine once. Now she plans to be Queen of England he could make amends. Although prepared to risk his own lif... more
  • The Pelican

    by M. Naidoo

    Julia has never been one to surrender without a fight, but when she receives a devastating diagnosis, she has a decision to make.
    Even after thirty years, she can still see her mother slowly fading away with every dose of chemo, every round of radiation, and every lost shred of hope. No, she won't do it... not to her family... and not to herself!
    Without warning, she packs up her belongings and disappears, leaving behind a life that, by all accounts, had been as perfect as they ... more

  • The Tribe of Iodine Wine

    by Brian Pacini

    The Tribe of Iodine Wine is raw, character driven novel about teenagers struggling with a collapsing society after a national catastrophe. Dark and dealing with the uglier side of human nature, the story starts in contemporary times and follows Pax, Kevin, and Lupina into a world where sanity and morals balance with the need to survive.

  • Hamilton Romance

    by David Beasley
    A novel portraying the year in Canadian society after WW II. It is V.E. Day in Hamilton. The narrator runs into his ice hockey hero before the war and introduces him to Hamilton society with romantic consequences. "It gives the reader insight into the maturing process through the first person narrative of law student Tom Davis as he gropes his way to adulthood during the years immediately following the end of the Second World War. The book also bears witness to the unchanging nature of human fra... more
  • That Other God

    by David Beasley
    In Vienna, Austria, after WW II, an American poet and mystic sets out with single minded determination to unite the peoples of the earth through meditation, telepathy, and the collective subconscious to bring them to the knowledge of the one true God of humanity. He finds unlikely help from an English artist, a Turkish dervish and an Austrian bureaucrat. For a time, the mystic and his friends succeed, and the world knows peace and spiritual joy until the failings of human nature undo the promise... more
  • Aspects of Love

    by David Beasley
    Three novellas explore the emotional and sexual relationships that can entrap, consume, frustrate and preserve the human spirit. "Helen" is an intensely erotic story of the love between a young man and an older woman. "Caravetti" deals with romantic love as against married love by contrasting love in Paris to love in a highly structured Spanish society, in which duty to family and the opportunism of purchased love reflect the ageless choice. "Adam" pursues the mental relationship between a homos... more
  • To every thing there is a season

    by Edward Arruns Mulhorn
    Ever since he arrived in the village of Nettlesden, Matty has been warned not to enter the wood. It has lain undisturbed for years. The trees within it creak and groan perpetual pain; they yawn an invisible agony at the life that lies buried within. No one has reason to go near, except for Uriah. But Matty is enthralled by its savage beauty, and entering deep into its heart he begins to discover its secrets. Things that the villagers thought dead and forgotten; and things they thought were a... more
  • The Candy Conundrum

    by Joseph Vivens
    Candace loves to eat candy, so much so, that her nickname is Candy. She keeps her love of sweets a secret because she doesn’t want her Mom to take them away. Then one day she wakes up with a toothache and that means she’ll have to go to the dentist! Can Candy fix her tooth before it gets worse or will she have to tell Mom and risk losing all of her sweets?
  • Lily the Panda: It's a Bearfect World

    by Molly Kuddles
    Lily the Panda has just moved from Bearjing, the home of Pandas, to Bearshire where there are many bears. Brown bears, polar bears, koala bears, they all live together. It's strange for Lily to see so many types of bears, especially that her new panda friends don't have many nice things to say about them. So, when she is partnered up with Chris the polar bear and Oliver the koala she is not too happy. But she soon finds out it is not the exterior of the bear that she should judge, but what is o... more
  • The Assistance of Vice

    by Roberta Degnore

    When sex, drugs, and escape from success don't kill you, they force you to make a career move.

    Crossing the boundaries of literature and sexual culture, The Assistance of Vice tells the story of a New York City woman living on the edge. It's 1983 and she's faced with dilemmas. Choosing from too many women lovers should be easy, and so should making it in the downtown art scene as a photographer. But nothing's easy when you don't trust your talents.

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