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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • La Calavera

    by Alan Ross
    A pirate radio operator takes on the world's biggest media conglomerate with the help of a group of misfits, the voice of Richard Nixon in his head and a broken-down Winnebago.
  • Yes We Remember

    by Joyceann Gray
    A historical novel based on the events of the time, historical records, and family stories of our ancestors and how the struggles, adventures, and travels of 4 families culminated on a ranch in Cherry County Nebraska.
  • The Adventures of Smelly the Garbage Truck: From "PU" to "Woo-hoo!"

    by Tamara M. Lucas

    Smelly is a funny-looking garbage truck! He is old, dented and very stinky. Despite the stink, Smelly is friends with almost everyone in Sun Valley Springs, the cleanest city in the country. Smelly is the one who has always made sure that Sun Valley Springs is sparkling on the day of the annual clean-city contest. He loves doing his job but the Mayor's mean assistant, Doo Little Morris, wants to stop him this year. Doo Little thinks that Smelly is too old and gross to take care of the city. H... more

  • DAN+ABBY: Scenes from a City Park

    by Kay Hartford

    DAN+ABBY is graffiti that was scratched into the wet concrete deck of a footbridge decades ago in a southern Arizona city park. The park’s visitors, activities and public and personal art inspired this anthology of found fiction. Each story stands alone; together, they are a community in the manner of Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters.

    All of the images in this project were taken with the author’s cell phone camera. The images are presented in grayscale in ... more

  • The Water at the End of the World

    by Michael Easterling
    While on his way to visit the healing waters of Tambo Puquio, the Capac Inca, emperor of Tahuantinsuyu, is forced to stop at the small village of Qomermoya. Perhaps this was the will of the gods, for there, Yana Mayu, an impetuous young woman, takes it upon herself to aid Topa Inca, the emperor’s ailing son. This act of kindness triggers a chain of events that will not only lead Yana on a journey of discovery, but will alter the course of history. Learning that only the water at the end of the... more
  • Fiddler's Joy: The 20th Anniversary Edition

    by Kay Hartford

    Matthew Hobson is torn between his father and his older brother. The year is 1910, and Matthew is in college, struggling to follow his father, a fire-and-brimstone preacher, into the ministry. Matthew's brother Zack is pressuring him to come out west and share his Colorado ranch. The stress tears Matthew apart. Zack rescues him, and through an old fiddle and the help of his brother, Matthew finds his way. His story is a tribute to the strength of the human spirit and the power of lov... more

  • Matka

    by Sarah Hanley
  • Red Jellyfish

    by Randi Harris
    A dark comedy about a social misfit who is haunted by the dead lead singer of an 80s band. Abby and Ian must navigate the blows of the universe, while learning about their own karma, souls, and the afterlife.
  • Designer You

    by Sarahlyn Bruck
    Pam and Nate were a couple who just couldn't get away from each other, sharing not only their bed, but also a successful lifestyle empire as DIY home renovators, bloggers, podcasters, and co-authors. When Nate dies in a freak accident, Pam becomes a 44-year-old widow, at once too young and too old--too young to be thrust into widowhood and too old to rejoin the dating pool. Now the single mother of a headstrong and grief-stricken teenager, Pam's life becomes a juggling act between dealing ... more
  • The Fly with One Eye

    by R.M. Halterman
    “The Fly with One Eye” follows an imperfect toy’s quest to belong as she grows from an outcast among the sale rack of toys to a hero. After the store closes for the night, one of the toys finds himself in trouble. It is the fly with one eye who brings everyone together and shows that we can’t be defined by our differences.
  • Seasons: Once Upon My Innocence

    by Lea Ann Vandygriff
    Seasons follows a young teen Aubree and her friends as life begins to chip away at their innocence. Daily life in a small town Rhinehart is anything but ordinary and simple. A town riddled with secrets, gossip, devastation, deception and violence cause the young teens to grow up to fast. They are forced to make decisions on a daily bases that will change their life and challenge their faith.
  • The Animal Parade

    by M. A. Florence
    Follow the animals as they dance to a Samba beat and form a parade on a city street. An illustrated animal alphabet book for preschool-aged children.
  • The Gift and Other Stories

    by M. A. Florence
    In The Gift and Other Stories M. A. Florence richly explores Science fiction, General fiction, Fantasy and Horror. Read about a Mars biosphere in crisis in Surviving the Biosphere and experience what it’s like to be inside a painting in Stuck in Balloonland. Ride on a flying sofa in Freddy the Flying Sofa and discover what lurks inside a cave in Newby’s Find. Meet a diminutive man with special powers in Sheltered Footsteps and discover how far the bond between siblings can extend... more
  • Daisy's Choice

    by Mike Owens
    When death seems the only alternative to a life of pain and suffering, who gets to decide? Left blinded and horribly disfigured by an explosion, eighteen-year-old Daisy Sugarbush begs her doctors to turn off the machines, let her die in peace. But the system doesn't work that way, and she seems condemned to a life she doesn't want.
  • Tango Whisky

    by David Christopher
    The party conference season begins in the Seaside town of Westbourne and Reggie Parkes, Council Traffic Warden is wounded in the armed robbery of a postman whose bag contains a consignment of diamonds. But the bag also contains a flash drive, which in the wrong hands would embarrass the Prime Minister and bring down the government. The government search for the drive commences and Reggie, frightened by agents sent from London, goes into hiding. Loose talk about a terror threat to the town by a s... more
  • The Seventh Woman: Part Three: A Perfectly Reasonable Explanation

    by Patricia Avant
    Six African American women, best friends, successful in their own right, all turning thirty, struggle to find what they deem to be, "Good men." Unfortunately it takes a player to help them understand and define just what it is that MAKES a man, GOOD