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  • A Promise Given

    by Michelle Cox
    This third book in the Henrietta and Inspector Howard series provides a delightful romp through the English countryside and back. Anxious to be married, Henrietta and Clive push forward with their wedding plans despite their family differences, made worse now by Oldrich Exley’s attempts to control the Von Harmons. When the long-awaited wedding day arrives, there is more unfolding than just Clive and Henrietta’s vows of love. Stanley and Elsie’s relationship is sorely tested by the presence of... more
  • A Marriage of Attachment: a sequel to A Contrary Wind

    by Lona Manning
    A Marriage of Attachment continues the story of Fanny Price as she struggles to build her own life after leaving her rich uncle’s home. Fanny teaches sewing to poor working-class girls in London, while trying to forget her first love, Edmund Bertram, who is trapped in a disastrous marriage with Mary Crawford. Together with her brother John and her friend, the writer William Gibson, she discovers a plot that threatens someone at the highest levels of government. Meanwhile, Fanny’s brother William... more
  • The Pasta Family (Goes to Marinara Beach)

    by Alex Rodgers
    When The Pasta Family heads to Marinara Beach for a day of fun in the sun, you know that excitement is right around the corner! But when the family dog (Ziti) wanders off of his leash, the family goes in search of their favorite pet. Join The Pasta Family on their latest beach adventure, catch a wave at the annual surfing competition, and help find Ziti in a surprise ending!
  • Bertie Needs a House

    by Robert Baines
    This story is about a beaver, but no ordinary beaver. He has a special skill but he can't remember what it is. Bertie takes on an adventure through the forest - one of confidence and self discovery. He visits his friends one by one in an effort to find the right place to live before the snows of winter arrive. Where will he go? Who will he see? Can they help? Will he take their advice or will he forge a path of his own? Find out inside this charming, fully illustrated rhyming tale for kindergart... more

    by Marianne Rogoff
    In the comic tradition of Cyra McFadden’s ‘70s spoof novel The Serial and Armistead Maupin’s eccentric Tales of the City series, Men In Their Prime presents an ensemble cast of contemporary characters who are “past the midlife crisis and not dead yet.” Ed Ricci is a white-haired surfer and book publisher in search of immortality, Joe Stellar is a spiritual guru who specializes in no-touch orgasms, Victor Maas is a Marin County Realtor whose home is in foreclosure, Jacques de Lyons is a thrifty-w... more
  • The Kids Don't Stand a Chance

    by Timothy J. Woodson
    The Kids Don’t Stand a Chance is the dramatic as well as often hilarious experience of an unruly 17-year-old shoplifter who is dealing with the divorce that has created a rift in his family.
  • Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock: The Travel to Washington

    by Davon Miller
    Join Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock as he travels across the U.S.A! On his travels, he'll see some familiar landmarks. Ding-Dong goes the doorbell. It's a huge package! But when Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock opens it, he gets a huge surprise fill of animals. Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock now has to bring the animals home. Only problem is, he doesn't know which way to start! Join Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock as he travels across the U.S.A in a quest to bring the animal back home.
  • Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock: It's Time to Read

    by Davon Miller
    Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock loves going to the library to get books. Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock is on his way to the library with Little Ricky. The thing is, Little Ricky would rather focus on his video game then read. As Little Ricky picks up a book to read, books are disappearing one by one! Reading a book can be so much fun, but it’s not fun when there are none. Discover the wonders of the library as Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock and friends look for books to read and find out who’s hogging the books.
  • The Remnants

    by W..P. Osborn
    The Remnants begins in Edwardian England and follows the story of Danny and Rose through their desperate struggle to hold on to their love - and their lives, during a time of momentous change. Danny Pulbrook is a handsome and rebellious young man. Born the bastard son of a minor royal and orphaned at birth he is determined to find a new life far beyond his "pre-ordained oblivion". His only way out - a forced enlistment into the army brings him to an inevitable confrontation with his own demon... more
  • Angels Can't Swim

    by Alexandra McCann
    The novella deals with three college swimmers: Jenna, Eden, and Maggie. The girls confront a painful semester that includes issues with mental health and sexuality, combined with the stress of being student-athletes. They also must deal with a coach who crosses boundaries and abuses his power over them. The book, while about swimming, is also about growing up, finding yourself, and figuring out who you want to be as a person. It will appeal to young/early adult and adult readers.
  • The Awakening of Anna-Leigh

    by Jewel Hart
    Beautiful, intelligent and talented, yet entirely naïve to the ways of the world, young Anna-Leigh’s curiosity begs finishing. Newly arrived at New England’s most exclusive finishing school, the headmistress appoints Édouard Henri (Paul) Avril as Anna-Leigh’s private tutor. She instructs the handsome artist to polish Anna-Leigh’s artistic talents, yet her real goal is to educate her new student in everything the achingly innocent young girl should know about the masculine sex. A classic and live... more
  • Stellar

    by Jewel Hart
    "Stellar" is an interesting as well as compelling book of prose poetry that encompasses the wonderment of love. Further, stories of romance, love, and tragedy are told creatively through the eyes of 107 poems. In "Stellar" one will have a chance to go on an odyssey of figurative language, and will also get a refreshing sense of the human condition that we all need, and yearn for love. In "Stellar" one will also have a unique opportunity to view emotionalism seemingly painted by the masters. In r... more
  • Endangered Eagle Seventh Edition

    by Richard Carl Roth
  • ADIPISCING: The Superlatives Supravolume of New Derivative Art

    by Lepota Luba Cosmo
    Adipiscing written by non-existent author Tiitus Sokolsky is the longest novel it the world, containing 6,000,703 words and 27.228 pages (41.622.460 characters with spaces) as conceptual piece of no-audience-no-hero-no-writer anamodernist narrative work. It is part of author's Concepts Superlatives series. Master piece and conceptual work of one manifesto, and contemporary art movement. Some of anamodernist writting techniques elaborated in: non-creative art, non-sense art, non-content, private... more
  • FIRE ON THE HILL : A STAND-ALONE NOVEL: Book 2 in The Liberty Trilogy

    by Gretta Curran Browne
    A COMPLETE STAND-ALONE NOVEL and also Book #2 of THE LIBERTY TRILOGY) Gretta Curran Browne’s books have been internationally published in translation throughout Europe and Japan and China. *** Charismatic in every way, Michael Dwyer has grown was born from boy to man under the shade of the Wicklow Hills. He knows every inch of them - the secret streams to quench a man's thirst, the wild game to keep away hunger, the wood in excess to burn, and the shelteri... more
  • ANOTHER KIND OF LIGHT : A Biographical Novel (The Lord BYRON Series Book 6)

    by Gretta Curran Browne

    "Good night--or rather, morning. It is four, and the dawn gleams over the Grand Canal and unshadows the Rialto. I must to bed; up all night -- but, 'it's life, though, damme, it's life!' "

    An Englishman in Italy, Lord Byron's life in Venice is full of fun, laughter, and devil-may-care romancing - until he meets his last and truest love, the eighteen-year-old Teresa Gamba Guiccioli, for whom he risks everything, even th... more