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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Rapture

    by Roger Bellamy
    “The Rapture” is a journey through a grotesque world told with poetic imagery and fluid streams of consciousness. Inspired by Geoffrey Chaucer’s “The Canterbury Tales” and James Joyce’s “Ulysses”, “The Rapture” is structured as twenty one chapters of interrelated stories written in varying styles. While travelling to the country of Mulden, Roger is employed on a construction site as part of a gang building a temple for the sun god Mithras. The people he meets form the background of the book, whe... more
  • "The Prodigal Platypus"

    by Lisa Griffin
    Told in a rhyming pattern reminiscent of Dr. Seuss, the eBook tells the story of Peleg the prodigal platypus, his father, older brother and a grub worm sidekick, who travels with the rebellious platypus on his \tadventures. Along the way, Peleg meets three fun-loving ducks who help him squander his inheritance on worldly ways, then become “fair-feathered” friends.   What’s a young platypus to do when he finally comes to his senses?!   Children will enjoy looking for Peleg’s grub worm p... more
  • The Bloviator: Sex, Drugs, Fraud, Suicide, Murder, Scandal, Adultery, Quackery, Corruption, Superstition and President Warren G.

    by jim yoakum
    Sex, drugs, scandals, murder, suicides and President Warren G. Harding. THE BLOVIATOR is a satirical novel, "a fiction fueled by fact," based on the true, last (and unbelievably bizarre) 6 months in the life of America's 29th President. THE BLOVIATOR is an epic, a massive and sprawling work - it is history as absurdity, as if it were being filtered through a cracked prism - but the prism is not cracked as most of the story told is unbelievably, incredibly true.
  • Poppy

    by Cherime MacFarlane
    A young woman makes the terrible discovery that the man she idolizes is not her father. Worse, he won both her mother and her in a card game. Emma Kay is devastated and unable to handle the news. A look at Life and Love in Alaska.
  • Daughter of the Raven

    by Cherime MacFarlane
    Anya Bressoff thinks she has found the answer to her prayers. The man she meets in San Francisco will take her all over the world. The first place he does take her is Russia after being warned to keep her out of Russia by her father, Dmitri Bresoff. Kidnapped, Anya finds she can only go east across Siberia to find her way home to Bressoff Island. Anya's family had no idea what has happened and are told she is dead. Will the man she overlooked still be waiting if she can get home? The man who h... more
  • Behind the Raven Mask

    by Cherime MacFarlane
    Alaska 1881 Dmitri suddenly finds himself married after mistakenly entering the room of young widow Camille. Camille wakes from a laudanum dream, to finds herself married to Dmitri. Camille is thrown into an emotionally charged situation in isolated Southeast Alaska. Someone wants her dead. Could it be her new husband? Can Dmitri convince his new bride that he loves her and does not want her dead?
  • I'm Just the Keyboard Guy

    by JoAnn L. Hill
    As a boy growing up in Montana, Reg Mathews is thought to inherent the family ranch when he comes of age, but he falls in love with his piano instead. Reg’s father considers this a near tragedy, but his mother encourages him, seeing to it that he has a fine piano for practice and lessons from an accomplished teacher. As a young man majoring in music, Reg is expected to set his sights on a career as a concert pianist, but surprises everyone by dropping out and joining a rock and roll band. ... more
  • Yet Another Fallen Star

    by Joann L. Hill
    In 1874 tiny Emily makes her appearance in the world. She is the foundation of the Roberts family and often times the bread winner. Her life is lengthy and she uses it wisely, not necessarily the path her family will follow. Emily is an exceptional listener and a friend to everyone. Yet Another Fallen Star spans 135 years, telling the story of Emily, her children, her grandchildren, and their extended family. Against a backdrop of rapid social change, we see their strengths and weaknesses, ch... more
  • Ana's Magic

    by Adia Kamaria
    How far are you willing to go to make your dream a reality? For Ana Wright the answer to this question is, all the way! "Ana's Magic" is a page turner that tells the story of Ana Wright. A young girl who loses everything, including her close bond with her family due to unfortunate circumstances and a little stubbornness of her own. She is forced to make the intense transition from girl to woman in what seems like the blink of an eye. She finds herself alone, deprived and disheartened wit... more
  • Losing the Plot in LA

    by Sonia Farnsworth
    Sylvie is a trendy, LA party girl with more going on than she knows what to do with. Between apartment hunting, insane friends, a rapidly growing puppy, and one too many boys to juggle, shes just trying to catch her breath. Will the craziness overwhelm her, or will she find a better path to move forward? Draw a bath, pour some bubbly, and join her as she tries not to Lose the Plot.
  • Harper's Donelson

    by Sean Kevin Gabhann

    The lives of a deputy U.S. marshal, a teenaged farm girl, and a Quaker farmer collide in a way that changes the lives of each during the winter of 1862. JAMES HARPER, 31, has served since the war began and now seeks to command a company. KATIE MALLOY, 15, a saloon-girl, seeks ways to improve her situation knowing that she cannot escape the brothel. GUSTAV MAGNUSSON, 19, an Iowa farm boy, must decide which officers he can trust while he strives to protect his men.

    Lieutenant Harper has a... more

  • The Search for Susu

    by Tracey Lewis-Giggetts and Marcella McCoy-Deh
    When Dr. Francine Carty imagined becoming a tenured professor at one of Philadelphia's most revered institutions of higher learning, she never considered just how winding the road to fulfilling her dream would be. The financial and psychological hardships she encounters as an adjunct professor seem to diminish her dreams into fantasies.

 Complicating matters is her intermittent relationship with a handsome but annoying colleague. Taking advantage of a moment of clarity, Francine lands the oppor... more
  • Maybe Tonight

    by Kim Golden

    Mads Rasmussen has had enough: of being a sperm donor, of feeling disconnected, of being alone. Then someone walks into his life in a most unexpected way... Maybe Tonight is a novella that gives a glimpse of Mads's life just before and after he meets Laney in Maybe Baby. It's a novella about love and what happens when it takes you by surprise.

  • Maybe Baby

    by Kim Golden
    ** 2014 Readers' Favorite Book Award Bronze Medal Winner in Fiction-Drama Category ** Imagine finding out you could never have a baby with the man you love... Expat American Laney Halliwell finds out the hard way when Niklas tells her he had a vasectomy before they met and isn't interested in reversing it. Why should he? They've got his kids from his first marriage and an enviable life in Stockholm. What if you fell in love in the most unexpected way...? But Laney wants more. So ... more
  • VALLEY OF THE KINGS: The 18th Dynasty

    by Terrance Coffey

    In the year 1355 BCE, the land of Egypt was the superpower of the known world. King Tut's father, Akenaten, the so-called 'heretic pharaoh,' and his wife, Queen Nefertiti, are on the verge of catapulting Egypt into a revolution that will forever divide its people and rip the most powerful empire on the earth from its foundation. 

    Inspired by the actual Hittite and Amarna letters of 14th century BCE, 'Valley of the Kings: The 18th Dynasty' is an... more

  • Truth According to Michael

    by Stevan V. Nikolic
    Truth and reality are just our personal perceptions of the things and conditions we see, hear, or feel. Second book of the “Michael Nicolau Series”, this novel follows thirty-three years in the life of Michael Nicolau. The story takes us on the long path of Michael’s soul-searching and understanding of circumstances that brought him to become a dishonored and homeless man living in the Bowery Mission, a New York City shelter. Eager to vindicate himself and his actions, he speaks about his life... more

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