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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Immortal, My Love

    by Cynthia C. Scott
    Before I met Stephen, I knew absolutely nothing about immortals. Immortal, My Love tells the story of an unnamed narrator who meets her future husband in an art gallery. Stephen is charming, debonair, enigmatic, and an immortal from ancient Africa. Intrigued, the narrator begins a whirlwind romance with him, and soon the two marry. When the newlyweds return to his home in the outskirts of Philadelphia, the narrator is immediately confronted with his past when she meets Alice, the old woman... more
  • Klippe the Viking

    by Bjorn Fyrre

    A poignant children’s picture book shares an important social emotional learning message.

    A young viking struggling to find herself has a journey of self-discovery and self-worth.

    Young Klippe is a viking who does not feel like she belongs with the other vikings. She finds schoolwork difficult, doesn’t enjoy the same games, and just feels…different. When another viking girl, Kanin, sees Klippe struggling with her school scrolls, she rea... more

  • Casualties and Survivors

    by Len Joy
    Colin, a wealthy, unhappy businessman waits for his wife at Windows on the World and dreams about the only woman he ever loved. (Casualties). Clancy flirts with the young woman who swims laps with him as his stroke-damaged wife waits for him at her nursing home. (Freestyle) A father grieves for his firemen son who died on 9-11. (Without a Trace) Missy has too much drink, falls out of her truck and gets run over by it. Twice. (Happy Hour) A man tries to come to terms with his unloving, dy... more
  • The Train

    by Joyce Crawford
    Sam Burkett is a disfigured WWII US paratrooper who returns home alone, lonely, and with little hope. Rachel Crews is a young mother of two small children and a victim of domestic violence, and Kala is a young, orphaned teenager who is dying from anorexia. The Train is a sweet story of how God brings Sam, Rachel, and Kala together to heal and love.
  • The Warehouse

    by Joyce Crawford
    An old allegory tells us of a great room in heaven filled with God's unclaimed gifts and blessings. The story begins in 1872 with Florida Territory pioneers and how they established the small town of Gracetown and build a barn. Over generations, the barn became The Warehouse where God stored his gifts.
  • A Midlife Holiday

    by Cary J Hansson
    Helen Winters worries the walls are closing in. With her children grown and her husband literally climbing Mt. Everest on her fiftieth birthday, she regrets not taking the more daring paths she dreamed about in her youth. So when a well-meaning gift reveals a depressing image of her future, she takes a leap of faith and jets off to Cyprus for a vacation with her two lifelong friends. Basking in the glorious sunshine and crystal-blue waters while enjoying the attention of handsome European men... more
  • Bound by Honor

    by Regan Walker
    The friendship that changed the destiny of a nation… In the waning years of the thirteenth century, two young noblemen form a bond that forever changes their destiny and that of Scotland’s. Their shared pledge of honor would endure for a lifetime to secure power in the Isles for Angus Og Macdonald and a crown for Robert Bruce. This is the story of their friendship, their times and the battle that secured their future. Standing beside them would be two women from Ireland, Áine O’Cahan, the ... more
  • The Lucky Hermit Crab and Her Swirly New Shell

    by Janice S. C. Petrie
    When the lucky hermit crab outgrows her favorite, swirly new shell, will she be willing to let go and find a newer, bigger one that will keep her safe and comfortable? Come along on this rhyming hermit crab adventure.
  • 978-1-7366757-0-0

    by Tamara Keith
    Highly-relatable and packed with giggles, “Claire and the Eager Speaker” imagines what would happen if a seemingly harmless smart speaker delivered anything a kid could ask for.
  • Mrs. Potts Finds Thanksgiving

    by Alice K. Boatwright

    In this new holiday classic, inspired by Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, the miserly Martha Potts is reminded that there's more to life than work and money after chance encounters with a homeless woman and a stray cat, who comes to stay. Between Thanksgiving eve and Thanksgiving Day, events unfold that lead her to rediscover the importance of connection and the true meaning of the holiday: giving and gratitude. A perfect holiday season gift. Best enjoyed when read aloud with famil... more

  • Halloween Is Not Over

    by Susan Glass
    All kids know that Halloween is too short. This is the story of a kid who decided to right that wrong. For a whole year he and his new goofy bat friend turn holidays and special days into Halloweens complete with trick-or-treating, annoying nearly everyone in the process. When his friends turn his lonely birthday party into a surprise and the best Halloween yet, he learns that it is better to give than receive. This book teaches the months of the year and holidays along with a lesson about shari... more
  • Consecration Pond: A Novel in Stories

    by Laura Bonazzoli
    On the shores of Consecration Pond, a burn victim begs her husband’s ghost for forgiveness for failing to save him, a retired teacher counsels a reporter seeking easy answers to the cause of his neighbor’s death, and a boy’s self-imposed rite of passage nearly costs him his life. The eleven linked short stories in Laura Bonazolli’s collection take place in and around the same pond in rural Maine. Together, these stories offer a meditation on the nature of wisdom, the risks and gifts of allowi... more
  • A Marijuana Man

    by Steve Kravetz
    A coming of age story. The year is 1966 and young Max Gold is off to freshman year of college, but before it starts, Max and buddy Rodger have a blow out weekend in Austin. It is in Austin his older cousin turn the two on to cannabis, the event would shape Max's life for the next eighteen years, and beyond. Those eighteen years were also the coming of age story of a USA going through it's own maturing growth. Protestors come out in mass to protest a war in Viet Nam, A demand for women rights, ... more
  • Where's Itsy Bitsy Spider?

    by Chuck Whelon
    Itsy Bitsy Spider, Miss Muffet, Humpty Dumpty, Puss-in-Boots, and a whole cast of merry Mother Goose characters enter a talent contest and embark on a world tour, from London's West End to San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. A dozen detailed double-page search-and-find scenes with countless things to count and spot. Complete with solutions and bonus items to find.
  • Brutal Beasts

    by Craig Buchner
    There are places you always call home, their smells rotting or warm or sweet, their bruises just deep enough to forgive until you touch them. There are places you leave that will forever contain you or cling to you or cry out for you. Where the difference between love and disgust is no more distinguishable than the point at which you stop trying to forget. Craig Buchner's Brutal Beasts is a trip to these homes. It opens the door and finds us at the edge of a falls weighing the jump, of a bedr... more
  • Wildwood Flower

    by Anne Lovett
    When Reverend David Wilder receives a letter from the daughter he's never known, he realizes that an old promise is a debt he might not be able to repay. His quiet life in the mountains of Western North Carolina will never be the same again. What would happen to his parish? Molly has always felt she never quite fit in with her family. Nobody will tell her what happened to her mother, and she suspects that Daddy is not her birth father. She'll stop at nothing to find the answer.