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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Page 6 And Beyond: Let's stir the pot...

    by Hureen Gandhi
    In modern day America, amidst the contentious presidential election campaign of November 2016, immigrant author Hureen Saghar Gandhi finds that humor is the only way to keep her family and her friends’ spirits high. Living a fast and furious life in Northern Virginia, surrounded by quirky characters, she decides she has no choice but to weave them into her satirical anecdotes in her book: Page 6 And Beyond. This book will have you laughing out loud as she embarks on a spy mission to: bond with l... more
  • Love God F Religion

    by Sam R Sailors
    When you are a pastor’s son and all your favorite things come from sin and illegal activities, growing up in church can be full of lies, guilt, and betrayal. We follow our narrator as he fearlessly and relentlessly questions religion, family, fatherhood, and our very existence. From fake family to true friends and a return to a God, he faces the challenges of conviction, hypocrisy, abuse, and rejection all before stepping into his father’s shoes. After a life altering event leaves him abandon... more
  • Fallen

    by Aria Glazki

    Violetta Dorée wrings every drop of pleasure from her life, and Manhattan’s social elite are happy to help, pampering their darling with endless luxuries. And why not? She deserves a little fun before she dies.

    But there are pleasures money can’t buy. When Adrian Thompson with his box-store khakis and overly concerned eyes insists that Vi’s missing out, her curiosity is piqued. What else can she do but indulge it?

    Fans of Moulin Rouge! and Me ... more

  • An Uncertain Abiding Place

    by David E. Casto
    In the summer of 1916 an old man named Hardy Brunner, a recent widower, is beset by problems at his home in Webster Co. Missouri. The old man, a Union war veteran, hatches a plan to go to Arkansas, ostensibly to visit his youngest son. In reality the old man is searching for a farm where during the war, a life changing event occurred. Events in Arkansas, then back home in Missouri will determine whether the old man can finally come to terms with himself.
  • The Trevor Truculence

    by Peter Kelton
    When an ancient Spanish fishing village that dates from the Phoenician era is suddenly thrust into the modern world, a loving couple tries to discover what the disruption is all about. They discover a complex tale of literary fiction, adventure, mystery, suspense, myth, romance and Spanish history unlike any other ever told, with intriguing twists and turns hidden in a cave beneath the village. As in earlier novels, described by critics as “marvelously extraordinary, eccentric and bizarre,” Pete... more
  • Meditate to Unlock Awareness

    by Edna Craven
    Meditation brings you into accord, harmony, or sympathetic relationship with living. Like children, you can always experience joy and peace, but it is very difficult for your mind to reclaim that joy and peace after it has fallen into the hands of restlessness and material desires. Meditate To Unlock Awareness has been created to help you make spiritual hay while your readiness to meditate excels, to help you make the best use of time and opportunity by overcoming existing states of limitations ... more
  • Joseph Barnaby

    by Susan Roebuck
    By standing up for his principles, horse farrier Joseph Barnaby lost everything. Now, when a personal vendetta goes too deep to fight, he escapes to the Portuguese island of Madeira where he finds work on a small farm only accessible by boat. The balmy climate and never-ending supply of exotic fruit, vegetables, and honey make it sound like paradise. But, for Joseph, it’s the ideal place to hide from the world. Not everyone is prepared to give up on life’s misfortunes. The local fishing v... more
  • To Live Again

    by Jeffrey W. Massey

    After enjoying years of success in the real estate and construction business, Carter Fleming's life takes a sudden turn for the worse after the death of his oldest son and the public exposure of an affair with an employee. 

    In an effort  to escape his troubles and clear his thinking, Carter retreats to his farm in rural Alabama, but instead of peace, Carter finds only conflict as simmering family resentments develop into an all-out feud.

    To Live Again is the... more

  • The Yesterlings

    by Peter Kelton
    A yachting expedition to film a remote Canadian island famed for wild horses and shipwrecks uncovers an Argentine dandy’s hoax and secrets. New Orleans femme fatale Geraldine investigates his claim he was raised by those horses when his father shipwrecked and discovers the raw truth of Sable Island, figuratively a literary fiction of adventure, mystery, suspense, myth, romance and desire.
  • Donovan's Skirmish, book one The Life of an Airborne Ranger

    by Michael Kitz-Miller
    the story of a young private who become a general. It is a trilogy and Donovan's Skirmish is book one of the trilogy. It is also the story of Mary Clarke, the beautiful daughter of Columbia University Medical School doctors who is pursing her Ph.D. in American literature at University of Maryland. They meet as Jack, after two tours in Vietnam as an NCO, is completing his degree in history and his officer's commission in ROTC. Book one ends as Jack and Mary Clarke marry.
  • Just Enough Words

    by George Francis Reid
    In this provocative and entertaining book, the author has strived to write stories and essays, about a variety of subjects, with just enough words to both enlighten and entertain his readers - superfluous words were left to their imaginations.
  • Thursday's Child: An Epic Romance (Author's Revision)

    by Joseph Wurtenbaugh

    The story is set in Manhattan at the end of the 1980's, amid the dynamic worlds of high finance, publishing houses, major law firms, and the burgeoning high tech industry. The Thursday's Child who lies at its heart, Adele Jansen, has (in the words of the old rhyme about birthdays) far to go. Gifted, ambitious, and determined, she takes one step off the career track for an impromptu excursion with a man as fascinating as he is mysterious. But that one small step draws her gradually int... more

  • Forest Lungs

    by Andrew Zubinas
    In Lithuanian, "eileraStis" is the term for poem. "Eile" is the term for line. "RaStas" is the term for writing. -- Andrew G Zubinas Forest Lungs, the title Forest Lungs, a poem. Forest Lungs, Lithunian "Misko Plaučiai" Forest Lungs, Lithunian "Misko Broliai," Forest Lungs, given not an M.D., Ph.D. Forest Lungs, given a business publishing contract Forest lungs, healing. Forest Lungs, art.
  • Babies Have All the Fun

    by Jen E. Lis
    When Griffin sees how good life is for his baby brother Elwood, he wants to be a baby again. But Griffin soon learns there may be something even more exciting to be than a baby.
  • A Plague On Both Your Houses

    by ian porter
    It’s 1918. The German Home Front is struggling. People are hungry and angry. In comparison, the introduction of rationing proves a great boon to morale in Britain. And just in time too because a deadly flu virus has arrived. In the East End of London, Mr & Mrs Nash have not bought into the war. He’s a tough ex-villain who hides conscientious objectors. She helps run a nursery, soup kitchen and toy factory as well as badger officialdom to give more help to people. And as an ex-Suffragette she kn... more
  • Antietam: Waking the Fury

    by Tecla Emerson
    Emily at 15 is bored and annoyed with just about everything and everybody. Tired of her chores and irritated by the endless care of three younger sisters, she would like to have a life of her own. Her parents are absent; her Father is off fighting a war she doesn't understand and her Mother has left for Pennsylvania. As the eldest of the four sisters, she must take responsibility for her home and family. When the bloodiest battle of the Civil War is fought almost on her doorstep she is unwilling... more