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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Portolan

    by Lauren Hall Ruddell
    In the mid-1500s, the ‘witch craze’ was beginning to sweep across Europe. Hundreds of trials had already been conducted and hundreds of people executed for witchcraft in Germany, England, and Scotland. Would Ireland soon succumb? Gale Butler begins her life journey as the pampered and well-educated daughter of a prosperous Galway merchant. She is a budding cartographer and seafarer, joined in her early sailing adventures by her best friend, the future pirate queen Granuaile (Grace/Grainne) O’... more
  • Potty Professional: A highly effective and motivational tale for boys and girls ready to potty train. (The Secret Skills of Marg

    by Melissa Sue Walker
    The perfect potty book for parents struggling to motivate a reluctant child. When Margo Pargo hears her mother insist that she is too little to use the potty, she aims to set the record straight. Now, with a belly full of fishy crackers and a sippy full of water, she will show her family just how big she really is. Follow this feisty youngster on her potty adventure and then watch your little one show you their secret skills.
  • Fixer

    by Sally Vedros
  • Neptune's Chalice by M.J. Feinauer

    by Artisan Book Reviews & Promotion
    It is the mid-twenty first century. The world is recovering from what scholars will refer to as the “Jihad War.” Nations of the world united to bring a permanent end to radical terrorism. The unification of the nations has also given birth to the popular concept of a governing “World Union,” in which the United States intends to be a major player. The timing could not be any better. A presidential election year is on the horizon and a faceless rouge element is committed to having one of their... more
  • Eddy and Julia

    by William Zink
    A young American with a faulty heart, tired of endless operations, travels to Belgium to live out the last few months of his life. At peace with his fate, his plans are derailed when he meets Julia, a student from Italy. They fall in love, forcing him to reevaluate his decision, but he soon discovers a dark secret she's been keeping, crushing their budding romance. Ultimately, a cycling race through the Ardennes Forest will determine not only their fate, but that of Julia's mother.
  • The Bones of Who We Are

    by CL Walters
    Gabe Daniels always figured his DNA is flawed. One only has to look to his past to see it, and it's why he’s tried to hide it in new layers of his life: his new home, his adoptive parents, Seth, Abby. But darkness is always at his heels. With the impending death of his former best friend - a death for which he feels responsible - the depression, the broken relationships, the day-to-day struggle, and the monster trying to break out of him have left a debris field in his wake. Gabe decides the br... more
  • The Ugly Truth

    by CL Walters
    If faced with perpetuating the perfect lie or confessing the ugly truth, which would you choose? Seth Peters has been angry for a long time. Living with an abusive, alcoholic father has that effect. When he wakes up in a hospital - outside of his body - due to an accident that he doesn’t remember, Seth is no longer angry; he’s terrified. As his memories begin to return, he is confronted with a legacy of lies he’s constructed to survive the pain of his own life. Realizing he’s no different ... more
  • Swimming Sideways

    by CL Walters
    What do you do when your world has fallen apart, and there doesn’t seem to be a way to put it back together? Abby Kaiāulu (Kaw ee aw oo loo) gets the chance to start over when her family relocates from Hawaii to a small town on the Oregon coast. But she’s hiding a secret. Leaving the past and the cultural lessons of her Hawaiian grandfather behind, Abby redefines who she is to hide it. There’s Good Abby - she makes and follows the rules - and there’s Bad Abby - she always questions ... more
  • No Neutral Ground

    by Terri Wangard
    Germany rejected him. His father betrayed him. Now Rafe returns, at war with the Fatherland and the father who turned his back.
  • Friends & Enemies

    by Terri Wangard
    Aiding downed enemy airmen is punishable by death in Nazi Germany, but he’s an old friend. How much will she risk to help him?
  • Imagine-Encounters with Jesus

    by Isaac Jengwa

    Imagine-Encounters with Jesus is a collection of eight short stories from the perspective of witnesses who have met Jesus both during the time of His incarnation, and also from the perspective of modern day witnesses. It is a means of engaging the imagination so as to get familiar with the world of Jesus through the account of witnesses, and also a means of self reflection into the ways His power keeps being reflected in our everyday life.

  • Freydis (Daughters of Freya, Book 1)

    by Gunhild Haugnes
    Freydis Eiriksdatter is one of the most remarkable women of the Viking age. She leads a harsh life amid the towering cliffs and great glaciers in the heart of a Greenland fjord. Freydis has inherited the warrior spirit of her father, Eirik the Red, and follows in the footsteps of her brother Leif to Vinland, the promised land. Christianity makes inroads into her beloved Greenland, but Freydis continues to worship the old Norse gods, and to live her life as she pleases. But one day she is s... more
  • Freydis (Daughters of Freya Book 1)

    by Gunhild Haugnes
    Freydis Eiriksdatter is one of the most remarkable women of the Viking age. She leads a harsh life amid the towering cliffs and great glaciers in the heart of a Greenland fjord. Freydis has inherited the warrior spirit of her father, Eirik the Red, and follows in the footsteps of her brother Leif to Vinland, the promised land. Christianity makes inroads into her beloved Greenland, but Freydis continues to worship the old Norse gods, and to live her life as she pleases. But one day she is s... more
  • Mama's Bag

    by Anat Tour
    Mama's bag captures the essence of a little girl's playful curiosity as she imagines and describes the contents of her Mama's Bag.
  • Holy Days In The Sun

    by Henry L. Racicot
    With bleak humor, these spare stories navigate our modern landscape of decline: casinos, corporate offices, county jails, council flats, parking lots and Victoria’s Secret. Call it Literature for the estranged or Dollar Tree Kierkegaard, this is a collection that should hold particular appeal for those readers who feel themselves strangers or pilgrims on earth.
  • A Belgian Assortment: Brussels Short Stories

    by TD Arkenberg
    Travel to Belgium, One Tale at a Time A Belgian Assortment transports readers to contemporary Belgium, a vibrant and multifaceted nation in the heart of Europe. The country plays host to legions of expatriates. Award-winning author T.D. Arkenberg draws on his own experience as an expat in Brussels to craft this collection of twelve vivid and enticing short stories. The characters who populate the stories are as unique and as diverse as the inhabitants of Belgium. Among these is Sabine, an ... more

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