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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Amiri's Birthday Wish

    by Florenza Lee
    Do you like playing the Guessing Game? So does Amiri's family, and what better day to play it than on your birthday! Today is Amiri's birthday, and her family has a tradition; the birthday person decides where the family will go and what they will do. Will they go to the park, the museum, or a movie? The possibilities are endless, and so is the fun when reading this fantastic book written by Florenza Lee and brilliantly illustrated by Fx and Color Studio. Can you guess what Amiri wants for her s... more
  • Maternal Instincts

    by Deborah Kulish

    Maternal Instincts

    Book Three Of The Happily Ever After Quartet

    With Jan Nichols career at an all time high, the last thing in the world she wanted was for her husband’s family company to be ruined. So, when the bad guys threaten to shut them down, she has to find out who is behind the false accusations and put a stop to it. But, when the stress from all the extra work threatens Jan’s pregnancy, someone has to step up to help get her through it all. A great career, mar... more

  • PINTO! Based Upon the True Story of the Longest Horseback Ride in History

    by M.J. Evans
    In 1912, four men, calling themselves the “Overland Westerners,” decided fame and fortune awaited if they embarked on the longest horseback ride in history. Their goal was to visit all forty-eight state capitals over the course of three years and complete their journey at the San Francisco World’s Fair on June 1, 1915. Facing rugged roads, raging rivers, thieves and near starvation, the men went through seventeen horses. Only one horse completed the entire journey…Pinto, a little horse with a he... more
  • 978-1-7340708-1-1

    by Mary Hutchings Reed
    A collection of short stories reflecting the complexity of human relatedness in everyday situations and moments. In these stories we meet the ordinary people in our lives--lovers and strangers, friends and families--including memorable characters like --a charming, homeless teenage con --a couple who divide their lawn into left and right at election times --an actress with Alzheimer's --a dog with a taste for rum cake.
  • The Art of Deception and Rembrandt/978-1-7344817-1-6

    by Rachelle Ricks
    A lawyer bends the rules and tries to sell a stolen Rembrandt. This leads him on a hilarious adventure where he meets a beautiful art appraiser and they can't resist a casual hook-up, but instead of a perfect union it leads to hilarious romantic blunders.
  • Nonnie and I

    by Savannah Hendricks
    A young girl is afraid that her first day of school will mean leaving her best friend behind. Nonnie (a giraffe) may not seem like a typical best friend, but to one little girl in Africa, she's absolutely perfect. This picture book is a great addition to any back to school collection to ease worries and anxiety for young children starting school.
  • The Book Who Lost its Title

    by Savannah Hendricks
    A book without a title? Where could it have gone? Webster and his friends to go on a chase to find the missing title for his book. See if you can help Webster find the title to his book. Who knows, it could be just a step away.
  • Between the Rocks

    by Barbara Hawes
    Leena Frazer saves a young woman, Jackie, from a suicide attempt. She takes her in and gives her a job at her B&B. At the same time, Leena finds her old high school sweetheart online while trying to find a band to hire for her inn. Even though she is married with 2 teenagers, and he is married with a child, they reconnect after 22 years. The growing relationship she has with Jackie ends up complicating her life further. Leena tries to balance her life with these new-found relationships.
  • Winston Versus the Snow

    by Savannah Hendricks
    Winston does NOT like to touch the snow, even with his shoes on. One snowy day, he spots his neighbor's dog, Mac wearing special boots, because just like Winston, the dog doesn't like to walk in the snow. Will Winston be able to walk on the snow if he has special boots too?
  • The Terrarium

    by E H Ivans
    A Coming of Age story set in 1960s Pittsburgh yet EXACTLY a book for the times we live in now. Young Stevie Brown, a nice Jewish boy from Squirrel Hill, moves with his parents and sister to previously restricted Mt. Lebanon, a suburb where he experiences for the first time in his life antisemitism, homophobia, racism, child abuse, drug addiction, and sexual awakening by a boy who is a genuine genius and fully aware of the disconnect between what goes on in public and behind closed doors. The s... more
  • Life: Part-Time

    by Robert M Gerson

    Nicholas Affini, an author/illustrator at the beginning of his career, invents a nature-based currency while working on a children’s book about ecology. His plant-based currency could change how people earn money and make a living—but the global potential of his idea overwhelms him. He abandons his entrepreneurial future and spends two years consumed by his job as a marketing art director. That one simple choice unleashes a life-disrupting force around him.


    A success at his new ... more

  • Farewell Fleeing Repatriation

    by Barbara Sorensen Fallick
    Sasha defines Valentina as poison when he first meets her on the Kamchatka peninsula.  She is challenged by his air of superiority and vows to humble him.  Sasha can’t resist her, and by the time she leaves to return to Moscow, his beloved homeland has become its own prison.  Sasha bids Kamchatka proshchai (farewell) and follows Valentina there, intending to persuade her to return as his wife. He arrives in Moscow just as Valentina is set to leave for England to continue her spy training prior t... more
  • Eating the Forbidden Fruit

    by Roland Sato Page

    Eating the Forbidden Fruit is a gritty fiction novel loosely based on true events in author Roland Sato Page life. The newcomer author delivers a personal journey into his rise and demise as a St. Louis City Police Officer. He takes the readers on a roller coaster ride of good old family memories to the nightmarish reality of being a police officer indicted on federal drug charges. During his trial, he wrote memoirs as a testimonial of redemption. Roland's case stems from the conflict of ... more

  • Beyond the Dragonhead

    by Kelly Nichols
    A compelling adventure built upon historical people and places across the eastern Viking world. After the destruction of their village by a tyrannical king, Thyra and her father flee their homeland with a small band of survivors including severely wounded friend, Bjorn. Pursued by the king’s best warriors, time is running out as Thyra’s feelings for Bjorn deepen, and she realizes her skills as a healer may not be enough to save him. The refugees seek help from a Sami tribe, Magyar fighters, a... more
  • The Gathering Brood

    by Carol Hoenig
    The Gathering Brood, with approximately 65,000 words, will either amuse readers or horrify them. This work of fiction is about five adult siblings who have all been requested by their mother to attend a Fourth of July gathering to celebrate her being in remission from cancer. The contemporary story takes place in a single day, with flashbacks showing why these dysfunctional adults are procrastinating across the miles in an effort to spend as little time together as possible, each with secrets or... more
  • Outlaw: The Legend of Robin Hood

    by John E. Petty
    Robert of Locksley returns from the Crusades, after fighting alongside King Richard, to find his people crushed under the fist of the Sheriff of Nottingham and the despotic Prince John. Losing his home, family, and title, he escapes into the vast Sherwood Forest — a foreboding place said to be haunted. Instead of ghosts and goblins, Rob finds a community oppressed by cruelty, and he vows to lead them toward a better life.