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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Time to Wean

    by marlene susan
    Follow favorite animals as they grow, discover new things, nurse less and wean. All with the comfort and reassurance that love and hugs from mama never change.
  • Illusions of Happiness

    by Sincere Jones
    Anquan, a man in his twenties, decides to separate from his wife Janessa after two years of marriage. His reason for doing so is simple, he isn’t happy. Can you blame him? It wasn’t what he envisioned for his life. Anquan begins to test the dating market in search for what he believes is an ideal mate: a younger more attractive woman. Children are grounds for automatic disqualification. Armed with his two chauvinistic and womanizer friends he begins his quest, but quickly discovers that finding ... more
  • The Purgatory Elm

    by William Frank
    The Purgatory Elm is a book of poetry full of oh-so-very neighborly characters on your typical journey through the pit of spectacular humanity. For those of us lucky enough to go to Purgatory, where human nature is elemental, unbridled and grotesque, here's the book of the unlucky ones who happen to be with us.
  • Universal Mind Revealed: Genesis Chapter 5

    Universal Mind Revealed: is a kabbalistic rendering of Genesis Chapter 5 of the Bible. It is a book for everyone: contemporary readers, students of Kabbalah and new thought, metaphysicians, and anyone pursuing biblical understanding. Universal Mind Revealed discloses our latent powers endowed to us to help us evolve, to learn to harness universal forces, attune to them, and alter their ultimate effect upon us. Moreover, it teaches us how to arrange the affairs of our life so that we can use the... more
  • Nicu II and Victoria's Incestuous Romance

    by Kenneth Jarrett Singleton
    With love for one another resting within their inseparable hearts, and a secret occupying their active, yet silent souls, seventeen-year-old Prince Nicu II and his sixteen-year-old sister Victoria, First Princess of Exubertis, must make a choice between their incestuous love affair, and the maintaining of stability within their royal family. Prince Nicu II and Princess Victoria's immutable, romantic feelings for one another forces them to engage in extremely risky actions and fabricate various f... more
  • Desta: Roots

    by Getty Ambau
    In this sprawling epic, Desta continues his dual mission to earn a modern education and reunite King Solomon's Coin of Magic and Fortune with its twin shekel that he owns. Heeding the ancient prophecy, he journeys to a remote town to pursue his goals but soon discovers that he is there to learn of his ancestral roots and gain the knowledge and tools needed for his quest. Desta meets Tsadok, his benevolent spirit-guide, who reveals Desta's profound ties from the storied waters and soils of Eth... more
  • Undertakers, Harlots, and Other Odd Bodies: Inspired by True Events and Smothered in Blarney (Odd Body Tales Book 1)

    by Mege Gardner
    In 1895, a trio of undertakers strive to gain the trust of a very un-trustworthy clientele, while avoiding the attention of casually corrupt authorities and the possibility of burying anyone ahead of time. Led by a woman who yearns to claim her own profession, they cater to anyone who will have them, heedless of danger or payment--heedless of danger, anyway. Not everyone in town is pleased with their final arrangements, and enmity grows in the shadows and threatens their livelihood.
  • Once upon a Poodle

    by Chrysa Smith
    When mini-poodle Woody goes on a hunt for a new brother, all sorts of adventures are in store. Feathers fly, gardens are harvested and nuts are cracked as the tenacious fur ball attempts to find a suitable creature to become the latest member of the family.
  • Troubled Waters

    by Joe Peters
    Troubled Waters is a Boston-based tale that follows a veteran transit cop trying to balance the politics of both his city and his job. In the course of trying to locate his missing cousin, he stumbles into the possible murder of a childhood friend and begins to discover a plot to rid the city and its subway system of the homeless who inhabit it.
  • The Inheritance

    by Christine Sleeter
    If you inherit something, do you also inherit responsibility for its history? After tracing the house she inherited from her grandmother to the selling of land stolen from the Utes, Denise must decide whether to stand up for her family or her convictions. This novel, which is based on a true story, explores how someone who benefitted directly from the removal of an American Indian tribe from their lands comes to understand how that happened and what one can do about it. Denise wrestles with guil... more
  • Colloquy

    by Alexandria J. Snowdon
    Colloquy is a book of Affirmations, Stories, Verses, and Wisdom intended to educate, inspire, entertain and enlighten whoever is fortunate to read this prose. The wisdom to be found herein will bring spiritual and emotional fulfillment. These stories were written for those who love and appreciate great literature. A wealth of wisdom and knowledge is to be obtained throughout these golden nuggets of treasures. Whether you are someone seeking joy, laughter, happiness or a purpose in life--th... more

    by J.T. Blossom
    Thirteen-year-old Michael is a sensitive, school-loving student from the suburbs of Milwaukee. He is more interested in getting good grades, acting in school plays and playing tennis than in being a cowboy. He’s never even petted a horse before. When his father dumps him off to work at a riding stables run by wild and unsupervised young men, Michael faces many challenges and has to grow up fast.  Set in the late sixties, the hierarchical and exploitive domination of the horse boys over workers... more
  • Clara at Sixty

    by Yvette Nachmias-Baeu
    What is demonstratively true is that we live in a society where many women over 50, are often omitted from the workforce and from vital areas because of age. Often women become the orphans of our society. Acknowledged when they are young, beautiful and vital, with age and widowhood, women frequently become invisible--not because of background or capacity, but because they have fallen into the "age" zone. But they are often the morally awake eye of civilization whose counsel is sorely needed. ... more
  • The Fourteenth of September

    by Rita Dragonette
    On September 14, 1969, Private First Class Judy Talton celebrates her nineteenth birthday by secretly joining the campus anti-Vietnam War movement. In doing so, she jeopardizes both the army scholarship that will secure her future and her relationship with her military family. But Judy’s doubts have escalated with the travesties of the war. Who is she if she stays in the army? What is she if she leaves? When the first date pulled in the Draft Lottery turns up as her birthday, she realizes that ... more
  • The Fisherman

    by Debbie Shannon
    Set during the Prohibition, The Fisherman is the story of Daniel Constantin. He is the son of a Basque fisherman from the small fishing village of Saint Pierre in the North Atlantic, and he hates the water. His father expects him to be a fisherman like himself, but because of his small frame and his constant seasickness, Daniel is miserable failure as a fisherman. Daniel meets Seamus Flannigan, a salty Irish rum-runner who offers him a job on his contraband-carrying schooner for a promised ... more