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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • People of the Sun

    by Jan Kelly
    People of the Sun follows Guy Thornton's adventure-packed horseback journey across Arizona's Mogollon Rim to claim his young son, Trick, who he's never met., at a school near Prescott. The life and stories of Trick's Yavapai mother interweave with the present-time narrative of Trick's rebellion, and recounts how Star, a Sedona-based life coach and healer, helps Guy reconcile with a suddenly altered future.
  • Call Me Crazy

    by Nick Campbell
  • Lyrical Voices

    by Lakella L. Taylor and Frankie L. Fipps
    This book is filled with a collection of poems and lyrics about pain, spirituality, love and life's joys. When you are down you can flip to one of the poems or lyrics on spirituality. Most of the lyrics and poems are based upon feelings and emotions we have experienced when going through different situations in our lives. Lyrical Voices speaks to the inner man and ministers to the heart. It is a great book for those who enjoy poetry themes of various genres.
  • Midwestern Pulp: A Love Letter to Lake Erie

    by Mic Fox
    The framework and functionality of the modern [male] millennial appears to be based entirely upon narrative. There is no better example of this than in the cumbersome, non-coastal interior of the United States, where without the cultural distractions of a coastal city or the cultural heritage that comes with living somewhere that seasons its food, a Midwesterner can act and react to life's simple variables as they come and go. This pace of living creates a divide where one either submits to the ... more
  • When God Called A Boy Home

    by Paul Hamilton Magid
    In 1958, Joseph Connell is a tormented teenage boy from Montana who becomes horrifically maimed in what he believes to be a freak accident, when his neck is snapped like a twig just as the clock strikes the time of his eighteenth birthday. Upon hearing about the supernatural healing power that monks high up in the Himalayas of India are alleged to possess, he travels there to find the greatest monk of them all, hoping to learn to walk again. But this wise old man he seeks will not so easily reve... more
  • Bag O' Goodies

    by Jolly Walker Bittick
    Bag O' Goodies is a collection of short stories and poems, some based on true events, that showcase an array of topics and themes. These pages contain tales of where late nights go wrong, scary neighbors prove their scariness, motorcycles rule, and deep arguments hit deeper topics while in the line of duty. This proverbial bag has quite a scent. Poems are included for added aroma!
  • Feathers in the Sand (Seahaven Sunrise Series Book 1)

    by Anne Marie Bennett
    Savor a breath of fresh salty air in this feel-good story about one woman’s journey to believe she deserves happiness. Single mom Tess Gilmore has been moving so fast to keep her life together that she’s hardly had time to notice how unhappy she is, and how distant she’s become from Eva, her preteen daughter. An unexpected job opportunity offers a chance to leave her Connecticut home for Seahaven, the idyllic coastal Maine town where she spent her childhood summers. With a reluctant Eva in... more
  • Be A Food Allergy Helper!

    by Lisa Woodruff, RDN
    Rebel and Sam are two kids that like to eat ice cream, play at the park, read books, and watch baseball games. But when their younger brother Luca has an allergic reaction to peanuts, their family must learn what foods he can eat and how to help keep him safe. Food allergies affect the entire family, even siblings without food allergies. This book will help siblings without food allergies understand their experience as part of a food allergy family and learn how to embrace their role as Food All... more
  • The Plagues of Pharaoh ISBN 978-1-64719-554-0

    by David Shaw
    The Plagues of Pharaoh is a clever and thought-provoking retelling of the story of Passover. Witness the plagues and the tragic results through the eyes of Hannu, a high-ranking minister of Egypt, who watches this seeming war of wills between Pharoah and Moses. As each plague plunges his nation deeper into disaster, Hannu realizes that the arrogant god-king of Egypt cannot help his people against the God of Moses and is led to desperate acts of courage, faith and humility.
  • The Last Supper According to Martha and Mary

    by Tina Beattie
    This intriguing book offers a fictional account of the Last Supper as narrated by sisters Martha and Mary. Lyrical, dramatic, strongly rooted in time and place, it imagines what it was like to be among the anarchic group of followers gathered around Jesus on the night before his death. Outside, Jerusalem broods in darkness, but what passions, hopes and fears swirl among the friends gathered in an upper room, as tensions rise and a terrible sense of foreboding creeps through them?
  • Elly Uncomposed

    by Valerie Niemerg
    Rehearsal pianist Elizabeth Kirtenpepper loves her cramped, corner studio and the cool, unseen depths of the orchestra pit. But when she's mysteriously transported into a real-life 18th-century opera—The Marriage of Figaro—Elizabeth finds herself in a very different kind of pit: the scullery of the ruthless and domineering Count Almaviva. Stuffed into a corset and forced to wear impractical shoes, Elizabeth meets Figaro, Susanna, and the whole cast of memorable characters. But no one is stick... more
  • THE LITTLE BLUE ROCKET SHIP: A STORY ABOUT POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION

    by Jessica Wendi Abel
    THE LITTLE BLUE ROCKET SHIP: A STORY ABOUT POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION is told by a boy who sees changes in his mom after she has a baby. As the boy explores his own feelings and questions, he is reassured by his mom’s continued love for him. Blending together fiction storytelling with supportive communication strategies, THE LITTLE BLUE ROCKET SHIP encourages open dialogue about postpartum depression between family members. Postpartum depression “affects up to one in seven women” (March of Dime... more
  • An Instrument for Florenda

    by Tomeko Brown
    As a kid what have you ever dreamed of? Was it playing a sport, trying out for cheerleading, winning the spelling bee, or playing an instrument? Well, Florenda had always wanted to play an instrument. Growing up in Louisiana she was accustomed to the sounds of music. So, she was no stranger to hearing a good tune. Her instrument of choice had always been the clarinet. She had read all about some of the great clarinetists. At one time, she even had the opportunity to attend a live orchestra. N... more
  • Breath and Mercy

    by Mark Anthony Powers
    Life was supposed to get better for Phineas Mann in 1983. After the rigors of medical school, residency, and fellowship training, he lands himself a promising position directing a New Orleans hospital’s intensive care unit. His mental and physical limits are soon tested by the soaring demand for his expertise and an exploding AIDS epidemic. Then Hurricane Jezebel floods the city and knocks out power, plumbing, and telephones. Temperatures soar. Supplies run low. As day follows miserable day, fa... more
  • Neither Out Far Nor In Deep

    by Leah T. Williams
    Seventeen-year-old Kadeem is suspended after yet another fight at school. Frustrated, his single mother takes him to her native island, St. Kitts, where she leaves him with her father. Away from his video games and distracting city life, Kadeem must either sink or swim in his new environment. Neither Out Far Nor in Deep, explores Kadeem’s peculiar journey in his mother’s homeland with an even more peculiar man sporting a heavy Caribbean accent. While navigating his new environment, Kadeem connec... more
  • You Were Meant For Me

    by Sheri Sturniolo
    Growing a family isn't always easy and sometimes mommies and daddies need a little help. See how the love and generosity of others can grow into the most wonderful gift. You Were Meant For Me is a look into the unique ways that some families are grown and the journey of love that brings them together.

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