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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Meat My Uncle

    by Erez Bailen
    James Jones is a nine year old boy, who tells a story about his family, with his wild imagination, making this a strange yet hilarious story.
  • Sarah And The Jeweler

    by James L. Weaver
    Sarah And The Jeweler \t\tWhen a wealthy female genius inventor in Tiburon designs a futuristic, three-paneled wristwatch whose features and capabilities are far beyond anything known at the time, then hacks into the security camera system of the global Hilton Hotel chain,\tshe realizes that her quest to change national, if not international policy, will require her to hire five additional people- an equally brilliant computer assistant, and four ex-CIA field agent retirees. \t\tThe fiel... more
  • Ms. Money

    by T.L. Ashton

    If you’re a serious investor, you’ve seen ‘Ms. Money’ on TV. She’s a regular on Smarter Than The Street, the financial markets broadcast whose Neilsen ratings are off the chart. When she’s not on camera, Margaret M Worth is Chief Investment Strategist for nationwide money manager Traub Securities. Learn how the woman who majored in Holy Orders and planned to work at a mission school in Guatemala became a Wall Street guru.

    After making a fortune in mer... more

  • Bear with Bear

    by Hagit R Oron
    Nine-year-old Bear is set on having a critter as a pet. After failed attempts to adopt beetles and snails, he has to settle for a book with pictures of bugs. This is a great opportunity for him to annoy his little sister, Penelope, who is afraid of bugs. When his parents decide to bring home a cat to help Penelope with her nightmares, Bear helps Kitty find her wild side. As a consequence, Penelope’s nightmares get even worse! Over-tired Mom is about to give in on the snake debate, which seems ... more
  • Where Present Meets Past

    by Kamichi Jackson

    There's a story behind the face of every person who walks through the doors of the Indigo Lounge. On this particular night, the owner of this popular jazz club meets the one person from her past she wasn't sure she'd ever see again in her lifetime.

  • Mark Christopher

    by Stan Matthews
    Mark Christopher is the tale of one man's faithful journey through poverty, war, tragedy and opposition as he searches for his destiny and meaning in his life.
  • I Love Me and the Skin I'm In

    by Jessica N. Crutcher
    Love yourself no matter what others say. Follow Jessica on her journey to understanding what it means to love yourself despite how others may view you. See how Jessica handles the challenges of bullying, and learns to love the skin she is in.
  • The Moons of Mars: Short Stories of Adventure & Romance

    by Charles E. Jones
    Short Stories for the Adventurous Stories range from military adventures to everyday life. Characters endeavor to excel and succeed with inviting romance and action backgrounds
  • Losers and Sinners

    by Michael B. Proud
    A man whom is a career criminal, a womanizer, and a drug addict has come to Las Vegas . . . not to seek, women, or drugs . . . but redemption, and this is his story . . . . Losers and Sinners Written by Michael B. Proud
  • The Love Knot

    by John Slavin
    "The Love Knot" is a sequel to D.H.Lawrence's classic "Women in Love". That novel concludes with the suicide of the English industrialist Gerald Crich in Switzerland. His lover Gudrun, an expatriate English artist, accepts an invitation by Loerke, a sculptor to come to Munich in order to work in his atelier. The year is 1922. Gudrun finds herself caught up in the dazzle and political turmoil of the Weimar Republic. In Munich she is sexually drawn to an English writer called Birkin and she also ... more
  • Full of Wonderment

    by Josh Greenfield

    Jordan Fineman's second year of college has almost done him in.  His solution is to head off for a summer of work and adventure in Alaska.  All the while mental illness is setting in.  A summer to remember.  A tale to grow on.

    This novel is a quick read, told in a conversational first person voice, that is quick to see the humor of the circumstances.  In the end it has something positive to say about the most stigmatized, most human of conditions, mental ill... more

  • The Life That Got Away

    by Clay N Sauls
    Rallying at the news that a girlfriend in Seattle was sexually assaulted, the narrator abandons his life in Massachusetts and drives west to avenge her. Dreams of Beatrice’s gratitude for his concern and noble action carry him over the long miles. Unfortunately, this damsel has no desire for rescue. The Life That Got Away alternates between adventures of the narrator’s past cross country road trip and his current adjustment in Seattle. Dealing with Beatrice’s rejection of his desire to right ... more
  • Little Nick in the Cannoli Cream Thief

    by Jillian Palmieri
    Pasta and meatballs and cannoli, oh my! Life in Little Nick’s house is full of fun, food and family. Each story begins at the family table where Little Nick’s adventures always begin. The Little Nick series teaches children and parents alike how to navigate childhood through the exciting and funny adventures of Little Nick.
  • Gobbles and His Turkey Trick

    by Beatrix S. Tambunan
    Turkey humor! A Parody on Thanksgiving. See how Gobbles changes his fate. We all can change
  • Monkey Bandit and the Naughty Ball (Monkey Bandit Funny Children's Books for Babies and Toddlers Ages 0 - 4 Book 2)

    by Maria Ellis
    Do you have a toddler who is ever so slightly tempted to bend the rules every once in a while (all for a “good” reason, of course)? Then you will like the story of Monkey Bandit and the naughty ball! Monkey Bandit, much like any toddler, forgets about the rules. He knows he cannot play with a ball inside the house, but are bending over the ball or touching it with one finger considered „playing with the ball”? This colorfully illustrated, funny children's story will make babies and toddler... more
  • Monkey Bandit Goes Potty (Monkey Bandit Funny Children's Books Series for Babies and Toddlers Ages 0 - 4)

    by Maria Ellis
    My mess… your mess… it all belongs in the potty! Do you have a toddler who is reluctant to go potty… and admit it when he is messing up? Then you will like this story of Monkey Bandit. Monkey Bandit, much like any toddler, sees nothing wrong… when he’s doing something wrong. But when others do the same “wrong”, the offense is immediately obvious! Here is a funny story about how Monkey Bandit became motivated to go potty in the potty… because he realized that to do otherwise was simply wro... more

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