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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Postgraduate

    by Ian Shane
    What do you do when you hate your job, your wife just left you, and you’re in the midst of a crushing mid-life crisis? Recreate your college radio station on the Internet, of course. Or at least, that’s what Danny thought. Now he’s finding it’s not so easy to go home again. In addition to the stress of speaking at a beloved professor’s retirement ceremony, he must juggle rivalries and romances from the past, along with modern complications, as he tries desperately to keep the wheels from falling... more
  • Radio Radio

    by Ian Shane
    Erik Randal is a popular night jock at WLAM in Lamasco. His best friend is about to get married, and his career and love life are going nowhere. Erik decides what he needs is to manage the music of a radio station. The trick is to find a station that will let him. When a large corporation buys WLAM, he realizes it won’t happen there. Erik rethinks his priorities when he meets a beautiful local singer/songwriter named Myra. As WLAM’s new owners are turning the station into his worst nightmare, an... more
  • After Anderson

    by Jamila Mikhail
    The day that Anderson brought a gun to school was the day Aly's life changed forever. Her fellow classmates were murdered right before her eyes as her former best friend embarked on the deadliest high school massacre since Columbine. Now, nearly two years later, Aly sets foot in the halls that nearly cost her her life for the first time since the shooting, ready to face her demons. Unanswered questions linger, anxiety abounds and flashbacks are frequent as Aly struggles to understand how Ande... more
  • The Book Sisters

    by Hope Andersen
    The six Book sisters grow up in America between the 1960s and the present day. In this literary novel, each girl is shaped by the events unfolding around her and takes on a particular role in society: the alcoholic, the lesbian, the depressive, the writer, the materialist, and the religious. Kirkus Reviews calls the novel "...a succinct chronicle of American womanhood in the second half of the 20th century. A beautifully composed novel of individuality within sisterhood."
  • From Love Trauma To Fearless Love: 7 Tango Steps For Breaking Free From Narcissists and Predators

    by Jianny Adamo
    In From Love Trauma To Fearless Love, the protagonist Elena leaves her unhappy marriage and established personal and professional life to pursue an adventure. Vulnerable, she heads straight for the arms of Cesar, a psychopath. Their relationship plays out his fantasies while traumatizing Elena. Blindsided and broken, Elena is left to pick up the pieces while also unraveling a mystery from her past. In her darkest hours, Elena discovers the art of dancing the Argentine tango and brilliantly trans... more
  • Dreamtime

    by Barbara Arnett

    Dreamtime is timeless time. A young boy discovers a murdered child on his beach and with her passing she transfers her life force / soul / spirit into the homeless boy. He eventually finds work on a convict transportation vessel in 1830s only to discover himself mysteriously in 1955 rural Australia with the girl who died on his beach long ago. A fellow mariner killed the girl long ago and every time he kills her, he gains another life in the Dreamtime. The boy must stop the man to protect gir... more

  • Igloo High

    by Jacinthe Dessureault
    Senior year was supposed to be fabulous for popular high school girl Ella Briggs—a year filled with dating, shopping and partying, with a kick-ass prom at the end. If only her dad understood this! Instead, when offered the job of a lifetime, he uproots his city-loving daughter and drags her kicking and screaming to an isolated Inuit town near the North Pole—a frozen land of snowmobiles and whale blubber. From the bright lights of her big city to the northern lights of the Great White North, will... more
  • Victory

    by Naomi Paasch
    Two stories in one, Victory follows both the author's struggle to write her first story, and the story itself. Fighting against a sense of inadequacy and self-doubt, the author creates a world with two students searching for an answer to the question: What is beauty?
  • When I Grow Up

    by Alex M Clark

    The fun children's book of careers that kids can really picture themselves in (literally)!

  • Face It: Bewitching Stories of Human Onions

    by smieetaa dimber
    The book is a fiction. It is about the experiences narrated in form of stories. It primarily revolves around characters at work place. Few good and few with evil thoughts. They all are good human beings, but in the race to excel in the appraisals, in the race to exceed expectation and be the number 1 makes them behave differently. As if we are talking about two different layers of a same human being. The book expresses emotions like ego, jealousy, insecurities both superior and inferior, infatua... more
  • Pepper Miss Pepperoni Finds Someone to Love Her

    by Jodi Stapler
    Pepper Miss Pepperoni has been given up and finds herself at an animal shelter. She is lonely, confused and sad as she watches all the younger dogs being adopted into their forever homes. Will Pepper ever find someone to truly love her?
  • Jugend

    by Aalia Lanius
    In 1933, after Hitler's rise to power, the paramilitary HitlerJugend, or Hitler Youth, became the only permitted youth organization in Germany, then known as The Third Reich. It’s 1937 now, and a fourteen-year-old German youth, Ernst, is part of a secret mission which will send a group of teen-aged boys to London under the pretense of a bicycle tour to spy for the Nazis. The cyclists’ objective: identify both geographical and human targets for subsequent elimination as Europe approaches a... more
  • One Major Detail

    by Bianca Meske
    When a car crash completely deletes Emma’s memory, she is faced with the challenge of rediscovering the difference between reality and lies. In a foreign life full of uncertainties, she is sure of only one thing: the life she’s told she lived is far from the truth. She has yet to discover the horrors amongst her past, and not knowing is far more dangerous than she realizes.
  • Meet Me at the Farmers Market

    by Lisa Pelto
    Sophia loves to go to the farmers market. She learns about vegetables and fruits, meat, eggs and cheese, as well as other interesting things from the growers she meets. They go every week, rain or shine, and even when they visit other places on vacation! Colorful illustrations by bestselling illustrator/author Paula Wallace, make this book an experience kids love!
  • Sunflowers Under Fire

    by Diana Stevan
    In this family saga, love and loss are bound together by a country always at war. In 1915, Lukia Mazurets, a Ukrainian farmwife, delivers her eighth child while her husband is serving in the Tsar’s army. Soon after, she and her children are forced to flee the invading Germans. Over the next fourteen years, Lukia must rely on her wits and faith to survive life in a refugee camp, the ravages of a typhus epidemic, the Bolshevik revolution, unimaginable losses, and one daughter’s forbidden love.... more
  • 5th&Hope

    by Nathaniel Sewell
    It has been decades since Bobby last saw his mother. Now, his sister calls, and he knows before she even speaks—the old woman is finally dead. He’d expected to feel nothing; but death, Bobby knows, has a funny way of surprising you. Now, after all these years, he leaves California’s sunny cliffsides behind and heads back to the blue mountains of Kentucky, where his buried memories lie hidden among the dogwoods.When Bobby’s wife Rebecca first finds his grandfather’s diaries in the dusty rooms of ... more