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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Roaring Creek

    by Emerson Williams
    Clark Lewis leaves his home on Roaring Creek, Greenbrier County in the mountains of Central Virginia) now West Virginia in 1861 to fight for the Confederacy. He adapts to a new life in service to his native state.Follow him through 14 battles and the hell of being held prisoner in Point Lookout Prison. The emotions of love, triumph, defeat, capture and social growth and exposure to various characters of the times. This true story is the last thing you will think of at night.
  • Everyday Pocket Poetry

    by LoAnn Twedt
    Everyday Pocket Poetry is made up of everyday experiences of the author. Life is full of happenstance and as hard as we try, we cannot organize our life completely. As a result the unusual, the unintended, the surprises come in to play each day for us. We can either get worried and anxious about what happens or we can look at the unexpected as an opportunity to find fun or , more seriously, find a place to find insight and adventure. The poems in the book are some of the opportunities, I ha... more
  • A Time For Color

    by Thomas J Penisten
  • Don't Forget

    by Robert Karmon
    A young writer sets out on a journey of self-discovery through encounters with memorable characters, dreams. nightmares and vivid memories from the past and present to discover the mystery of love and to uncover the truth of his existence and identity.
  • Just a little Longer

    by Veronica Rajahram
    Sabrina Kenneth grew up living the privileged,  fairytale life. She got the perfect family and everything she could ever dream of as a kid. However as Sabrina grows up, her life slowly begins to fall apart as she is brutally knocked down by it. She faces a drunken father and a hopeless mother. One hopeful day, Sabrina finally opens her eyes and realizes that life is what she thought it was. Sabrina gains a new perspective but is it enough to keep her going?
  • Daphne & Gerhard

    by Abby Stuart
    These two wild ducks in all their glory, Have a remarkable little story! They have travelled thousands of miles, you see, To end up in Bermuda, here with me. Would you believe they are friendly and sweet? Each day, same time, they come over to eat! How is it something so wild and so free, Always comes back here to little old me?
  • City of Liars

    by Michelle Fogle
    In 1487, the Inquisition establishes a new tribunal in Barcelona. Young navigator Joachim Déulocresca carries the weight of his father’s sins. Determined to honor his family name and rise above his shameful origins, he risks everything to smuggle sacred Jewish ritual items under the persecutor’s nose. But when a kindly patriarch who loves him like a son is burned at the stake for heresy, it compels Joachim to ply his talent for deception to mount an underground rescue mission smuggling Inquisiti... more
  • My Prince Wears Blue Jeans

    by Kayla Davidson
    Many girls dream of a prince from a land far away and long ago. What about the prince she sees every day? In My Prince Wears Blue Jeans, author Kayla Davidson celebrates ranching life and the love between a father and daughter as she compares a modern-day cowboy to a little girl’s prince. Yes, this prince really does wear blue jeans.
  • Electric Zen for Neon Koans

    by J. Martin Strangeweather
    Electric Zen for Neon Koans is an experimental tour de force told in eighty-one koans (Zen riddles) rather than traditional chapters. The story involves a married intersex couple (Phil and Ruth) and their attempt to find peace with themselves through the ingestion of a mind-altering substance in the jungles of Mexico, except this is no ordinary hallucinogen. The drug in this novel causes metafictional hallucinations. The story explores the trials of traveling, the complexities of long-term relat... more
  • From Brick & Darkness

    by J. L. Sullivan
    Bax always fantasized something remarkable would happen in his life. So when a decrepit man with glowing purple eyes offers him a ring intended for his estranged father, Bax accepts. The ring speaks to Bax in a dream, tempting him with a vision of a powerful djinn. Desperate to make his fantasies a reality, Bax unleashes a creature called Ifrit, but soon learns this djinn isn't what the ring led him to believe. Feeding off the depths of his subconscious, the sinister demon fulfills what he th... more
  • Just Daisy: A Gatsby Retelling

    by Deborah Linn
    When Daisy Fay's summer love, Jamie, moves halfway across the country to be with her, it seems like true love. He is sweet and romantic and attentive. Being with him makes her realize everything that's lacking with her longtime boyfriend, Tom. But Tom gives her something Jamie can't—status at her elite East Eggerton Academy and approval from her family. How can she possibly choose between the two? As she tries to balance Tom's temper and Jamie's ever-increasing control, she realizes that maybe t... more
  • Just One Look

    by Joanne Kukanza Easley
    In 1965 Chicago, thirteen-year-old Dani Marek declares she’s in love, and you best believe it. This is no crush, and for six blissful years she fills her hope chest with linens, dinnerware, and dreams of an idyllic future with John. When he is killed in action in Viet Nam, Dani’s world shatters. She launches a one-woman vendetta against the men she seeks out in Rush Street’s singles bars. Her goal: break as many hearts as she can. Dani’s ill-conceived vengeance leads her to a loveless marriage t... more
  • Drummond: A novel by Patrick R. F. Blakley

    by Patrick R. F. Blakley
    Drummond, a thirteen-year-old C student in middle school, is steered into joining the high school’s marching band. He’s far from ready, and his friends help him make several attempts to learn new instruments to try and fit in better. With a little unexpected guidance from the drummers and their instructor, he realizes how well he already fits in. He discovers who he is inside. Home life deteriorates behind him and pushes him into the arms of his new family, the marching band.
  • Sweet Jane

    by Joanne Kukanza Easley
    In 1957 Odessa, Texas, precocious six-year-old Janie knows vodka makes Mama mean and killed her grandma. She observes the adult world at her grandma’s funeral, and while she doesn’t mean any disrespect, knows she doesn’t want to grow up to be like Mama. Jane’s comfortable life in 1984 Austin is upended when she learns of Mama’s death. While she looks good on paper—married, graduate school, coin-carrying member of AA—she hasn’t stopped running since she fled Odessa, beginning with hitchhiking ... more
  • I Am Proud of Who I Am: I hope you are too (Book Ten)

    by B. Woster
    This is book ten in a 15-book series in which students learn about different places across the globe through letters written by characters from each place. This series is intended to bridge the gap across cultures, to demonstrate that we are all people, no matter where we were born or live. Featured: Anguilla, Arizona_USA, Arkansas_USA, Bahrain, Belize, Burkina Faso, China, England, Equitorial Guinea, Greece, Guatemala, Republic of Ireland, Scotland, Switzerland, The Gambia, Tonga, Turks and Cai... more
  • I Am Proud of Who I Am: I hope you are too (Book Nine)

    by B. Woster
    This is book nine in a 15-book series in which students learn about different places across the globe through letters written by characters from each place. This series is intended to bridge the gap across cultures, to demonstrate that we are all people, no matter where we were born or live. Featured: Alabama_USA, Armenia, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Congo, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica, Gabon, Guam, Illinois_USA, Indiana_USA, Malta, Myanmar Burma, Nigeria, Palau, Peru, Rwanda, Seychelles