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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Numbers From Ten

    by Karim El Sayed
    The collective madness of all the nuts and bolts that keep the sun together, in the near distant past and future subways will become the masters of man. All of man will see this and will look back at this book as the warning that was never heeded. Their greatest crime (the subways) will be forgetting grammar and stealing babies without any sort of apology or reprieve. This piece sings guitars to sleep, the right kind of guitars built for only left hands and black waters that never had seen or kn... more
  • Brushstrokes

    by Loren Hayle
    BRAYLON RUSH is the “stock boy” in his uncle’s small town hardware shop, whose talent\passion for painting is unnoticed by the external world. TIFFANY FRANCESCA is an up and coming art dealer from New York who is looking for her next big find. When a man meets a woman who can fulfill all his desires and more, what happens to his old life? What person does he choose to become? Whom or what, will get left behind? But there is no such thing as a free lunch, and gifts such as these always ... more
  • The Lobby

    by Randi Sherman

    The Lobby is an Award Winner!

    • 2016 National Indie Excellence Award Winner
    • 2016 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award Winner
    • 2016 Readers Favorite Int’l Book Awards Bronze
    • 2016 Amsterdam Book Festival Winner
    • 2016 Beach Book Festival Winner
    • 2016 Hollywood Book Festival Runner-up
    • 2016 Paris Book Festival RU
    • 2016 Los Angeles Book Festival RU
    • 2016 Holiday Book Festival RU
    • 2016 San Francisco... more
  • The Renegade Queen (Rebellious Times) (Volume 1)

    by Eva Flynn
    Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for President of the United States, must fight powerful forces to gain the right to vote.
  • NO IVORY TOWER

    by Stephen Davenport
    When a beleaguered headmaster is forced to resign from Miss Oliver’s School for Girls, the youthful Chair of Science Rachel Bickham finds herself tapped as the first African-American head of school. The board warns her to surround herself with the right people, or she won’t succeed. But she’s not worried; she will put the much more experienced, legendary teacher, Francis Plummer at her right hand, as Dean of Academics. Together, they will yank the school, beloved by the alumnae for its empowerin... more
  • The Other side of Loneliness

    by Rachel McMinn

    Riley Michaelson feels all alone in the world. After her Father is killed in a tragic accident, she watches her entire life unravel as her Mother turns to drugs, alcohol and relationships with dangerous men to numb her pain. Riley tries hard to keep it all together, to project the image of everything being normal to the world around her. What happens when that reality crumbles?

  • Awakening Kali

    by TS Ghosh
    Perhaps it's because she changed her given name from "sunlight" to "shadow." Or perhaps it's because of her unfortunate gender or the darkness of her skin. Or maybe it's because on one ill-fated day, she shattered an image of the goddess Kali. But no matter what the cause, Chhaya is aware of one inescapable truth: she is cursed. As the fourth, forgotten daughter of parents devoted to their boys, Chhaya has always encountered cruelty and neglect - from her parents, her fairer-skinned sisters... more
  • The Tree Poachers and Other Stories

    by James Zerndt
    A collection of short stories written over the past ten years, a few of which were the seeds for later novels. Some of these have appeared in such publications as Gray's Sporting Journal, SWINK magazine, and Revolver.
  • 31, Three, 15

    by Wayne Anderson

    Consistent to his era of west coast camp logger, institutionalized to the monoculture from extended stays, timber faller Nils 'Nellie' Olson faced the reality he too had succumbed to the eventuality---warehoused between a younger, hippy influenced, ' Sixties' floatplane generation, and the fixed lifestyles of the traditional old school loggers, who had spiraled to lost souls, locked in a camp to skid row bar rotation. Conditioned to resist changed, a letter delivered on the ev... more

  • The Korean Word For Butterfly

    by Jamie Zerndt
    Set against the backdrop of the 2002 World Cup and rising anti-American sentiment due to a deadly accident involving two young Korean girls and a U.S. tank, The Korean Word For Butterfly is told from three alternating points-of-view: Billie, the young wanna-be poet looking for adventure with her boyfriend who soon finds herself questioning her decision to travel so far from the comforts of American life; Moon, the ex K-pop band manager who now works at the English school struggling to mainta... more
  • Goober and Muffin

    by Kelly Lenihan
    Goober and Muffin were the best of friends; no matter that Goober was a puppy and Muffin was a kitten. As Goober and Muffin grew up, their friends started complaining that it was not okay for them to be pals. Succumbing to peer pressure and going their separate ways seemed to be the only answer, even though Goober and Muffin were both miserable. One day, a calamitous misadventure reunites this unlikely twosome, reminding them what really matters. Turning their backs on prejudice once and for all... more
  • The Skipping Stone

    by Kelly Lenihan
    Sometimes, when we truly hope and dream and wish really hard for something, it will come true—the power of our imagination is a wondrous thing. If you’ve ever tossed a penny in the fountain or made a wish on the North Star, you know what I mean. There are so many ways to make a wish, and sometimes we will discover yet one more way from someone we meet along the way, like Nick in The Skipping Stone. Nick is an ordinary little boy fervently yearning for something extraordinary to happen. One day, ... more
  • Joachim's Magic

    by M. L. Stainer
    Elizabeth I’s Jewish metallurgist,Joachim Gans, faces danger from Indians and extreme prejudice from his fellow workers on the 1585 expedition to the New World. He antagonizes most except his young apprentice. Captured by the hostile Indian Chief, Pemisapan, Joachim must ultimately choose between saving the boy's life or sacrificing his deep beliefs.
  • ELORA, a Goddess

    by Anthony S. Maulucci
    Innocence, beauty, love, obsession, depravity, betrayal, murder . . .the gripping new novel by Anthony S. Maulucci has all of this and more in a naturalistic story of a beautiful young woman’s corruption at the hands of a predatory modeling agent and a vindictive magazine publisher in the decadent world of 1980s Manhattan.
  • Told from the Hips: Short Stories

    by Andrea Amosson

    Told from the Hips, by Andrea Amosson, is a collection of short stories that feature strong women and the strength they have within them to handle any challenging situation that comes their way. These women come from all over the world with a variety of backgrounds and lifestyles, but the one thing they all have in common is solid hips. Their stories are inscribed upon their skin with inks of sweat and blood, turning their bodies into the pages narrating their lives.

    The stories in Told... more

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