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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • If you looked at me...

    by wanda remmers
    'If you looked at me you would not know' is a travel through a young girls life recognizing and celebrating diversity. We explore people and experiences and wonder what the reader's life is like. Interactive pages complete this journey. We visit friends and family that are unique and wonderful. We learn about a viewpoint that accepts people as they are and celebrates their differences. At the end we are hoping for a mutual understanding that comes without assumptions and judgements.
  • The Narcissist's Daughter: A Meshugenah Love Story

    by Mindy Pollack-Fusi
    Jody Horowitz has grown up with a true narcissist of a mom, a lovely but passive father and a Cretan of an older sister. Jody’s world is shattered when she catches her hubby having an affair, so the 32- year-old Jody tosses him out the door and sets up to live a life with her one-year-old daughter and faithful Cocker spaniel. Her wonderful Bubbe and bestie, Ruthie, support and guide her along the way. Ultimately she meets a sweet, loyal Italian Catholic widower with a family that welcomes Jod... more
  • The Broken Bible: Picking Up The Extratrrestrial Pieces

    by John E. Chitty
    Possibly the most extensive literary work exposing Extraterrestrial intervention and Biblical Scripture ever compiled!
  • #TheyUsedTo

    by Stephanie Dimitrievski
  • Dottie, Primsy and The Skinny Frog

    by Andrea Lassiter

    A girl named DOTTIE wakes up to find her bedroom had become a garden. She notices a path and as she walks along she hears a voice.  A flower named PRIMSY tells Dottie that it is wonderful to have her in the Forever and Ever Garden.  They play all day.  Dottie returns to the garden every day until one day she couldn't find Primsy. A garden statue, the SKINN... more

  • Wicked In Rhyme: A Wicked Short (The Wicked Unearth Series Book 1)

    by J.L Smith
    Inez Finley is just like most ten-year-olds. Her life is filled with love from her family. Mainly from Grandma Esther. Her parents love her, too, but Grandma is the only one Inez can truly talk to about the dreams she has. Especially after one of them comes true on the schoolyard. She is the only one who understands what Inez can see and what the woman in the old photo in Dad's office has to do with it.
  • Land of Last Chances

    by Joan Cohen
    Jeanne Bridgeton, an unmarried executive in her late forties, discovers life doesn’t begin and end on a spreadsheet when her expected menopause instead becomes an unexpected pregnancy. Though accomplished at managing risk professionally, Jeanne realizes her skills don’t extend to her personal life, where she has allowed the professional and the personal to become intertwined. She’s not even sure which of two men in her life is the father. Worse yet, a previously undisclosed family secret reveals... more
  • Go Down the Mountain

    by Meredith Battle
    Their government painted them as ignorant hillbillies, then took their land. Now read the story of these Virginia mountain families, for the first time as historical fiction. Bee Livingston is a nervy, teenage beauty whose beloved father's sudden death in a snake charming accident has left her alone with her abusive mother. Her one salvation is Miles, the big-city photographer who promises escape and a life full of the adventu... more
  • Knower of the Field


    Dr. Arya Krish is a brilliant physician and philanthropist, and the head of Beacon Medical Institute. The ground breaking technology developed there, through the Panacea Project, will usher in the new age of genetics that will change the world we live in. Krish's vast ambition at home and abroad leads to entangled alliances with industry juggernaut Alpha Corp, as well as the US government. He is forced to confront cut-throat corporate corruption, government encroachment, and a haunting fa... more

  • Jamestown Tobacco Boy Dream of Freedom

    by Beverly Harris
    Jamestown Tobacco Boy Dream of Freedom is the story of survival on a plantation outside of Colonial Jamestown Virginina and friendship between a young slave and his friend; an old man who was among the first Africans to arrive in Jamestown in the year 1619. This folk like tale of mystical adventure with a historical backdrop is a must read for fourth-seventh grade readers. “Jamestown Tobacco Boy Dream of Freedom” was inspired by the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first Africans to E... more
  • The Great Adventure of Tom to Bermuda

    by Emilie Cossette

    Whether you get the incredible chance to move to Bermuda, you are a visitor who wishes to share a piece of your beautiful journey or simply curious to discover a new country, this book is perfect for all the little and older explorers who would like to learn more about this wonderful island.

    Mostly known for its legends and mysteries, Bermuda is, in fact, a true paradise on earth. With our friendly guide, George, you can travel all around the country an... more

  • The Essence of Shade

    by Deborah Jean Miller
    When her beloved husband dies, Shade's seemingly perfect life spirals out of control. Who was this monster she was married to? And what hidden secrets are driving Shade to forfeit her own desires? Walk with Shade as she struggles to honor her vow to God, thus throwing her on a path of attempted redemption.
  • Roo, The Little Red Tuk Tuk: Picture Book about a Spunky Vehicle for Children age 2 - 6

    by Nadishka Aloysius
    Roo is a little red Tuk Tuk. He recalls the many ups and downs of his life on the roads of Colombo (the commercial capital of Sri Lanka). From road races, to Polo tournaments, to animal rescues, this little vehicle has lived life to its fullest. Experience the joys and perils of Tuk Tuks on the streets, and learn many life lessons along the way with this courageous Tuk Tuk who is always ready to lend a helping hand and spread some cheer. You are never too little to make a difference...
  • The Passion of Eve: Remembering the Beginning (Condensed Version)

    by Edward N Brown
    Immerse yourself in the thoughts and feelings of Eve, considered by many to be the progenitor of us all. What was she really thinking? How did it all really happen? Read and contemplate. Then, putting away the effect of hindsight for the moment, you’ll be able to ask yourself, “Would I have acted like Eve did, if I had been in the same situation? Or would I have done otherwise? Just what would I have done?”
  • The White Oak Casket

    by Randall J. Barsch

    James' 18th birthday is the day his alcoholic father shoots himself. Haunted by this memory, James struggles desperately to cope and turns towards alcohol to self medicate. James goes on to become a successful gonzo journalist and gets his drinking under control until he wakes up one day after having blacked out an entire two weeks. He'll need the help of all of his bourbon belching buddies to solve the mystery of this binge. Before he can do that; however, he's got to remember th... more

  • Rowdy Randy

    Yeehaw! Rowdy Randy shouted to the wind. I was born to buck! Rowdy Randy is the toughest cowgirl around. Never mind that this broncobuster is a horsefly. She acts taller than any tall tale. She might be easy to overlook, but Rowdy Randy definitely can't be ignored. She spends her days buzzing and biting all the creatures in her path, all the while stirring up a whole heap of trouble. Saddle up and hold on tight for a story that'll jangle your spurs and blow your cowboy hat clean off.