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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The World's Greatest Mousetrap

    by B.C.R. Fegan
    When Reginald finds a mouse in his bookstore, he will stop at nothing to catch the pesky critter. Even if it means building the world's greatest mousetrap. Unfortunately for Reginald, the mouse always seems to be one step ahead.
  • Pippin and the River of Wonders: A Voice for Wildlife

    by Stacey Gerhart
    Nobody Knows the Stories of the Animals like Pippin... The wildlife lawbreakers get more than they bargain for when Pippin and her friends unite to protect the baby animals in the wetlands. It’s an imperfect world, but Pippin understands the struggles of the wildlife. Her single, almost secret, superpower is to interpret animal languages. When Pippin and her animal friends unite their special skills in this hilarious adventure, they are empowered to protect the wetlands and wildlife from the la... more
  • They Called Him Yeshua: The Story of the Young Jesus

    by Donald L. Brake with Shelly Beach
    They Called Him Yeshua is more than an ordinary fictional account of lives of biblical characters; it also recounts possibilities about what Jesus was like and what He experienced as a divine being voluntarily housed in a human body. This novel help us imagine how His family reacted to Jesus as He grew and followed His path from self-awareness to His divine mission on earth.
  • Damiana's Reprieve

    by Martha Batiz
    Damiana’s Reprieve is a novella that gives a candid look at a young opera singer—what happens backstage before and during performances, and what happens when unexpected turns in life leave one facing the not-so-cliché reality that the show must go on. Damiana is the lead in Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, and leading up to the opening day’s performance a sequence of unexpected events—from a surprise family reunion that forces her to analyze her past, to facing the consequences of the domest... more
  • Plaza Requiem: Stories at the Edge of Ordinary Lives

    by Martha Batiz
    Plaza Requiem: Stories at the Edge of Ordinary Lives is a collection of short stories that feature strong female characters who are trapped in violent relationships, facing dangerous political situations, or learning to live with the pain of betrayal.
  • An Ocean of Thoughts: One Man's Journey from Self-Destruction to Self-Realization

    by David Jones
    Despite a childhood of privilege and a college degree, Tony Joppa was stuck in extended adolescence fueled by drugs, alcohol, and apathy. After a drunk-drivingaccident lands him in jail, Joppa begins his journey to sobriety and self-realization. That journey takes him across the country, around the world, and deeply inward, where his life changes thanks to the help of Alcoholics Anonymous, Buddhism, and the many teachers he meets along the way.
  • The Flyaways

    by A.R. Hadley
    Holly’s life changes the moment she steps foot into his classroom. Set in Daytona Beach and spanning two semesters of college, is the story of bright, young student, Holly Kerr, her beautiful Professor Kelley Nicolo and the forbidden games they play when they fall in love … despite his marriage and their vast differences. Or maybe they’re more alike than they realize. Souls searching day and night, never resting … flyaways lost and looking for a place to land. The Flyaways is a 30,000 w... more
  • Dusk and Ember

    by Robert Jacoby
    Can a life come apart and be rebuilt in one night? 19-year-old Richard Issych is about to find out. One friend is dead—murdered by another friend—and all Richard wants to do is get to the wake, come home, and start a new life. But for one life to begin another must end. Since graduating high school the year before and not knowing how to live, or even if he wants to live, Richard has wandered into the graveyard shift at a local foundry, a hellish world of molten metal, rote work, and no prospe... more
  • Great Dates with Some Late Greats

    by David Finkle
    A series of adventures now begin for several unsuspecting people, who, while enduring the mundane tasks of daily life, are greeted by incarnations of celebrities, athletes, poets, politicians, and an evil dictator, to name a few. Author David Finkle is a critic who has written about theater, music, and books throughout his career. He is also a keen observer of human behavior, and his stories reflect that by placing ordinary people in extraordinary situations. His new collection, GREAT DATES WI... more
  • Things Every Employee Should Know About Their Job

    by Aisha Adele
    If you have just got your dream job for which you have been studying all your life for then welcome to the adult life. Now that you will be making your own money, you will also be paying your own bills and tasting the freedom because you are financially independent. However, just like how you would expect a good pay and respect from your job, in return you must also give something. This article focuses on the things every employee should do and know about his/her job.

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  • Ready for Whatever (The UnBRCAble Women Series Book 1)

    by Kathryn R. Biel
    "Look on the bright side, Mille. At least you don't have cancer." Testing positive for the BRCA gene only means one thing: Millie Dwyer is almost certain to develop cancer at a young age. After losing her grandmother and mother to the dreaded disease, Millie's always feared a similar fate. But now the twenty-nine-year-old has technological advancements on her side, including radical surgeries, that can save her from ever having to deal with the Big C… but at quite a cost. Now Mil... more
  • Mom Left Dirty Dishes in the Sink

    by Holly Carrington
    Life is busy in Camille's house. While she plays with toys and slime, her mom is busy cleaning dishes and doing laundry. Camille and her little brother start to think their mom forgets what fun is. One day, they discover their mom has changed..for the better!
  • Brooklyn Bitters

    by Sally Saylor De Smet
    You don’t get over killing your sister’s husband. Accident or not. When twenty-four-year-old Kate Hathaway graduated with honors from Emory University, she couldn’t wait to begin an exciting career in publishing. But one stupid mistake on a cold, rainy morning in Atlanta changed everything. Not only was Glen Lloyd Hastings her brother-in-law but he was also her best friend. Tormented by guilt, she vowed to do anything to make amends to Stacey—her provocative, pampered sister. The once-brilliant ... more
  • Kate and Caboodle In a spendidly blended tale

    by Jerri J. Pirc
    Follow Kate Caboodle as she and her family of animals move again. Join them as they load the old red truck with even more of their bits and pieces. See if you can spot the clues as to where they may be moving next...
  • Kate and Caboodle

    by Jerri J. Pirc
    Kate Caboodle's family of animals has grown so big that she needs to move house. She gets out her old red truck and has fun fitting them all in.
  • Letters (1855)

    by Rick Henry
    Follow James and Sadie Grey, separated by one crisis after another as James is called to a difficult birth, before being summoned north to The Hollow, a haven for young girls who suffer a variety of traumas, to investigate a rash of mysterious 'faintings.' At home, Sadie cares for patients and the practice, and encounters several mysteries of her own, including a hidden pregnancy, a fake birth, and a mistaken baby, who vanishes after a mishap at the county fair when a lantern tips during a Fox s... more