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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Mind the Gap

    by George Tombs
    Fighting against incredible odds, Richard Grey’s life from the age of seven is an epic struggle against the quirky behavior of people and cats around him, whether at home, at school or in the outside world. In this coming-of-age dramatic comedy set in Montreal, readers embark on a moving journey, witnessing Richard’s best, heart-felt attempts to survive everyday life. Readers meet a cast of colorful, off-the-wall characters, discovering how Richard gets through university and becomes a journalis... more
  • Matt Monroe and the Haunted House

    by Edward Torba
    A haunted mansion. A community at risk. A group of teens with mysterious abilities. Strange sightings at the Payne mansion and baffling incidents in the countryside place the community of Kingston on edge. Did opening the portal to Paragon draw evil entities to Kingston? In facing this new threat, Matt Monroe soon realizes he is not the only one who has secret talents. Many of his companions have hidden abilities which are exposed as Matt and his friends confront a terrifying, ethereal ... more
  • The Dutiful Dachshund

    by Patricia Bartosik

    Readers young and old will fall in love with this adorable little dachshund and her harrowing adventures in the middle of a snowstorm.  All royalties will be DONATED to PET RESCUE organizations.  

  • Blood and Sand (The Collected Stories of Ramsbolt)

    by Jennifer M. Lane
    When her father goes to prison for crimes against the country, Logan Cole loses everything: her family, her fortune, her future, and her home. She wants her father to get out of jail and set it all right, but his legal troubles mount. Under a barrage of vicious online threats, she heads for the Canadian border and stops in the smallest cozy town she can find. It's the perfect place to be anonymous. But this isn’t the high society she once knew. The only job she can find is at the local bar... more
  • Fig Seed and the Hummingbird's Tree

    by Clay Tucker
    A collection of light verse poems that teeters somewhere between humor and melancholy. With a titular narrative piece that spawned from a somber dream, only to succumb in waking to the long and glorious tradition of nonsense.So enjoyment is mandatory.Reflection recommended.
  • Animal University

    by Mika Bindura
    A satirical tale about how a university handles a case of academic fraud, with a wink to Orwell’s Animal Farm. Animal University describes the journey of Rembrandt, a student at the Prestigious University for Animals (PUFA), who discovers that the majority of publications by his lecturer, Professor Nash, are fraudulent. Rembrandt reports the case to the Research Integrity Officer (RIO) of the university, Professor Stone, who has very creative ideas on how to handle the matter, protect his ins... more
  • The Time Testing Tale Told

    by brandon lund
    The Time Testing Tale Told The Time Testing Tale Told is a story about an ambitious man’s need for family and friends. The story revolves around Shaman, a troubled seer searching for answers to the many questions that have plagued him. Shaman is a wayward traveler, finding satisfaction in the open road of unbound experience. After clashing in distant lands, he returns home battered on many levels. In an attempt to connect with those he loves, Shaman begins with the most basic human impulse. He ... more
  • Moonflower in Autumn Rain: Collection of Short Stories & Poems

    by Ilish Stone
    Moonflower in Autumn Rain is an unusual compendium of stories that are deeply rooted in the human experience, some featuring surrealistic themes and others capturing themes like happiness, the quest for meaning, friendships, and the mind caught between dreaming and waking. Part science fiction, part romantic mystery, and a dash of the Japanese I-Novel style of writing, here lies a reality where the ocean can steal a deaf girl’s father; a memory of a friend’s harmonica can unravel a joyless exist... more
  • Magpie: A Collection of Really Short Stories

    by Carrie Mumford

    Fast. Fearless. Memorable.

    The eleven stories found in Magpie: A Collection of Really Short Stories will introduce you to a motley cast of strong characters with one thing in common: heart. Stories include Pushcart-nominated "The Blemish Collector", heart-wrenching "Ashes", short-and-not-so-sweet "Magpie", and the previously unpublished flash story, "The Jackals".

    “There are a lot of things in life that a... more

  • Stories I Can't Show My Mother

    by Ann Tinkham
    In Stories I Can't Show My Mother, bat girl receives love voodoo from Needle Man, a woman finagles a direct deposit at a sperm bank, a modern-day Lady Godiva triggers a hot police investigation into a cold case, an astronaut plots to kidnap her former lover's girlfriend, an escort's famous client falls for her, and a woman recovering from a breakup has a mile-high quickie with a stranger. These flirty, playful stories explore sexuality and sensuality, taking you to places your mother never wante... more
  • The Senator's Daughters: Breaking Unity Series, Book 1

    by JC Graham
    The US Government has been broken for years, so it wasn't surprising to see another government shutdown. This time would be different, however, when the state of California decides to secede, causing the thin bonds of statehood and family to be threatened. At the start of it all are three women- Daughters of the US Senate Majority Leader, they find their lives ripped apart as a consequence of a long-stagnated US government, increasingly corrupt local governments, and California's fight for inde... more
  • How Do We Know It's Jesus?

    by Kathy Banks
    Kelly loved learning things. Her mind was busy with questions at Sunday School. At home she sometimes had to ask her parents a second time, because she wasn’t sure she understood what she had been told before. How did Noah & Abraham believe God so easily? How was Moses sure he was called by God? She wanted to understand more. She wanted to be sure: how do we know it’s Jesus?
  • The naughty Naughty Chair

    by Connie Jessop

    One day Robert was very bold and his mother sent him to the naughty chair.

    Robert hated the naughty chair.  He wished that he could get rid of it.  Suddenly the naughty chair lifted into the air.  Robert was still sitting on it.  Was his wish coming true and if so, how would he get off?


  • Amanda in the Summer

    by Brenda Whiteside
    Three generations of women…and the secret that strengthens their love. A line of women, all named Amanda, stretches back for generations. Each with her hopes, her joys, her pain—each pouring out her heart in correspondence with a dear family friend who shares their lives, understands their loves, and joins in their sorrows. But within the correspondence lies a secret. And as the youngest of the Amandas retraces the journey through the years—beginning in post-war America and following throu... more
  • A Genuine American Citizen Soldier

    by Al Navarro
    When Arcadio Polanco, a native of Panama and resident alien, turns 19, he receives a draft notice for Vietnam. After an Army recruiter informs him that if he enlists for three years, he would be guaranteed U.S. citizenship, Polanco accepts his call to duty and enlists in the army. After applying for citizenship, he soon receives orders for Vietnam while awaiting information about his U.S. citizenship. In Vietnam, Polanco becomes embroiled in many battles, and in the brutal year of 1968, barely e... more