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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Medicine for Mankind

    by Michael Eidam

    The year is 2084, and the U.S. has so thoroughly embraced big government that the Wapols (Washington politicians) and their army of pubrats (public bureaucrats) monitor your diet, your finances, even your sex life. But what happens when such an omni-present government becomes impotent? In the spirit of Orwell's 1984 and Animal Farm, but written with the style and wit of Kurt Vonnegut, Eidam offers a humorous and thought-provoking cautionary tale against... more

  • On Top Of The World (Until the Bell Chimes)

    by David Lamb
    This version of Scrooge and Belle is familiar, yet unlike any you've come across before. Scrooge, or rather Scrooje, is music's biggest superstar, with one hundred million albums sold, fifteen million devoted YouTube subscribers, two and a half million Facebook likes, and twenty-five million fanatical Twitter followers known as Scroojites. Belle, is a legal shark who gulps down her opposition voraciously and whose beauty and stunning figure causes traffic accidents as she zips through the sidew... more
  • American Asshole

    by Pasha Adam
    “Working to live or living to work? How about neither? “As an office worker with a mediocre middle class existence, I’m giving you the opportunity to give me the opportunity of a better one. “If you’re asking how this is possible and wondering how you can help, ask and wonder no longer. I come bearing answers. My goal is to crowdfund a million dollars. And all I ask of you is a donation of two dollars or more. “Donate to me today so I can live the life you wish you were living tomorrow.... more
  • The Ledger Law

    by Nancy Palmie
    The Ledger Law is a tale of two families that are so intertwined, their complex and deeply-rooted relationships seem almost incestuous. Ledger and Monroe ancestors were born, became legends, and are now buried in the small Wyoming town that is dying. Key to its survival are Daryl Ledger, this generation’s head sheriff, and Julie Monroe, the self-absorbed rodeo queen. One fateful night, Julie lies to get out of a dreaded date with Daryl and goes to a bar with a controversial girl named Katie, w... more
  • Margie Makes a Difference

    by Maryglenn McCombs
    Margie Makes a Difference follows the adventures of the Lady Tigers, a fastpitch softball team for girls. From the very first tryout, Margie, Trish, Sally and Nikki, with the help of their coaches, discovered that they were a force to be reckoned with. But as with any team, the Lady Tigers find that even the highs of winning can’t prevent painful lows from happening on—and off—the field. When one of their own faces a big hardship at home, the Lady Tigers get a meaningful reminder of the im... more
  • High Cotton Country

    by Leta McCurry
    Secrets. Hidden they can destroy from within. Revealed they can explode her world. A message that her father is dying sends a reluctant Cazzie Randle to his bedside but not to reconcile a lifelong estrangement. This is her last chance to make him reveal the secrets behind the memories that haunt her. He must answer questions of "Why?" Why did he abandon her? Why did her mother commit an act of such unspeakable horror? An explosion of truth in a dusty Texas hill country town reveals old se... more
  • The Stone House Legacy

    by Wanda DeHaven Pyle
    For nearly a century the old stone house has kept its secrets hidden deep in the limestone hills of Indiana. But when an idealistic young minister decides to develop the site as a religious retreat for ecumenical thought, the secrets of its past cast a dark shadow over his plans. Set in the birthplace of the John Birch Society during the turbulent years of the early 1960’s, The Stone House Legacy, reveals mankind’s stubborn inclination to repeat the mistakes of past generations. When he... more
  • The Last Director of Shoreditch

    by Huw Jones
    It's Shoreditch, London, in the late 1950s, and Frank Pollock is fixer-in-chief for the Posties, a feared band of locals descended from paupers thrown out of the notorious Old Nichol slum at the turn of the last century. Ruthlessly led by their director, they fought back to commandeer wharves and warehouses with illegal glee across the East End. Those who get in Frank's way risk disappearing in a puff of smoke. He is helped out by Elsie, who heads a team of international shoplifters by day, and ... more
  • Hero of My Dreams

    by J R Pitts
    Does the impending invasion of her peaceful planet reveal there is more to her dreams than mere fancy? Is the man who continually saves her from the jaws of the dragon more than just an illusion? If she believes it is so, then she must leave her world and travel out among the stars in search of the hero of her dreams. http://amazon.com/author/jrpitts
  • Faded

    by Melanie Hooyenga
    Biz didn’t think life could get worse after the tragic events that surrounded her last flicker, but when she accidentally flickers on her eighteenth birthday after doing shots of vodka—she’s forced to face the consequences of her actions in a way she never imagined. When an anonymous email threatens to reveal her secret, Biz must decide if flickering is all it’s cracked up to be, or if she needs to stop. Forever.
  • Fracture

    by Melanie Hooyenga
    When seventeen-year old Biz wakes up from surgery after helping catch a kidnapper, she thinks she’s lost her ability to flicker—travel back in time eighteen hours—but she soon discovers her ability is stronger than ever. And so are the mind-blowing headaches. But flickering isn’t the only thing giving Biz headaches. Her newly shaved head brings out the bullies, her boyfriend Cameron is getting a little too chummy with a girl from the kidnap support group, and Cameron’s formerly kidnapped sister ... more
  • Flicker

    by Melanie Hooyenga
    Biz is a perfectly normal teenager except for one minor detail: she uses sunlight to flicker back to yesterday. She takes advantage of flickering by retaking Trig tests, fixing fights with her boyfriend (or reliving the making up), and repeating pretty much anything that could be done better. Trouble is, flickering makes her head explode from the inside. Or feel like it anyway. No one knows about her freakish ability and she's content to keep it that way. Guys don't stick around because she ... more
  • Twelve Days to Save Christmas

    by Jane Finch
    Magical Mary arrives in Berryfield with with two missions. The first is to bring Christmas back to the town, and the second is to help Esme, a Foundling and a child who does not speak, to achieve her destiny and save Christmas for the town. Mary has to enlist the help of the mysterious Jane and convince her of the role she needs to play to ensure Mary’s missions are fulfilled. The town Mayor has nothing but bad memories of Christmas and has kept the Christmas spirit from the town for so long tha... more
  • Unrest

    by Sandra Ann Heath
    Unrest tells the story of seventeen-year-old Annie Patterson, plucked from her comfortable existence in the American Midwest, to travel with her mom and siblings to join her Lt. Colonel father in Tehran, Iran. It’s the late 1970s, and unbeknownst to the Patterson family, Iran is on the verge of phenomenal and unprecedented change. Initially, culture shock envelopes Annie as much as the black robes that cloak the people milling in the airport, or the pollution that hovers below the snowcapped pea... more
  • The Dis-Condition of Ease

    by OWEN PATTERSON
    The Dis-condition of Ease is a collection of prose fiction and short stories. These vignettes showcase everyday happenings in not so everyday ways. Easily relatable characters coupled with surprising twists of irony and suspense, make an entertaining reading experience. There is subtle comic flair that pleasantly balances the darker elements and themes. Throughout, the characters are shown to be intelligent; and with little effort or forethought, demonstrate honor, loyalty, and faith. (2016 EDIT... more

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