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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Mark

    by Eric Grissom
    AS DARKNESS FALLS on the forest, a young trapper finds herself too far from the walls of her village to make the journey home. Instead, she decides to brave the cold, dark night alone in the mysterious woods. Unable to find fuel for her fire, she turns to an ancient, hallowed tree. A tree that her people have sworn to never touch. And never, ever, burn. The Mark is the story of what happens when that vow is broken.
  • Bye Bye Easter Bunny

    by Sylvia Lane
    Miss Biddy and all the chickens in the coop are tired of bunnies getting all the credit for Easter. They are not sitting down and taking it any more. They have a plan. It's time for a revolution! Bunnies beware-the chickens are taking over!
  • Crash Course: Volunteer Patriots Confront Deadly Terrorists

    by John Gordon
    CRASH COURSE is the story of three disaffected twenty-somethings and determined terrorist wannabes from Des Moines who intend to carry out a large-scale attack on San Francisco. They know the best day and the most effective method to create massive casualties and a long-term ecological disaster. Only Colin Hennessy, a downtrodden vagabond writer and a small flotilla of aging Coast Guard volunteers led by Jackson Boyd are positioned to thwart the Iowans’ plans. But the odds greatly favor the terr... more
  • Dead White Male

    by Paul Wiebe
    This is a humorous novel with large dollops of fantasy. In it, a high school English teacher discovers he is Shakespeare reincarnate. Wife and daughter unconvinced; pastor has serious doubts. Only his grandson maintains a simple, childlike faith.
  • Hometown Home Run (Based on a True Story)

    by J. Frederick Weiss
    Murdock Nolan was a fine young man living and working in the small Ohio town of Stone Harbour, which is nestled just south of Lake Erie’s western shoreline. Stone Harbour and its residents were special to Murdock as he had grown up just outside of the town on a farm with his father, mother, and brother. The country’s 200th year anniversary was fast approaching and he felt in his heart that the events he was planning could lift the spirits of the town’s people. It was his plan but the communit... more
  • Nursery Rhymes for Nice Little Mice

    by Sylvia Lane
    The Nursery Rhymes in this wonderfully illustrated book include may of those we all learned as small children, traditional nursery rhymes that have survived decades and even centuries and some rhymes were created by Grandma Mouse. All nursery rhymes in this book are illustrated for and read to all the little mice in our lives that love story time.
  • Christian Bride, Muslim Mosque

    by Paul Wiebe
    This is an autobiographical, coming-of-age novel in which a young rogue performs hijinks with his pals and finally learns why his great-grandma, a fine old Christian woman who spent her last years stretched out on a cot in her daughter's parlor all dolled up in a black dress and a little silk hat and giving off old lady smells, had been married in a mosque way hell and gone out in the wilds of Central Asia.
  • The Fisherman's Bride: The Untold Story of the Wife of Simon Peter

    by Catherine Magia
    She has no name. She is not even a footnote. Her tale is hidden behind the well-told fable of her husband, the man who would become Simon Peter, the first Apostle. Cast off by her family after shunning a wealthy suitor to marry a humble fisherman, her life is fraught with hardship. She endures her husband’s growing restlessness, fish shortages from the Sea of Galilee, and the oppression of an all-powerful Roman Empire over her people. Then her life is forever changed when her dying mother is... more
  • Th Silent Cry

    by Clevelynn Rodgers
  • Look at the Sun

    by Don Carswell

    "Look at the Sun" may well be the world’s first coming-of-middle-age novel. It is a subtle, yet insightful, examination of the boundaries of free thought. On the surface it chronicles the hero’s contemporaneous parallel journeys- his poignant passage through a difficult chapter of life and his breathtaking trek through Central America, a dreamy but dangerous world of beauty and color. On a deeper level it is a thought-provoking exploration of what it truly means to think... more

  • The Art of Healing - A Novel

    by Jeanne Felfe
    Julianne Garvoli is content with her life as a pediatric nurse at a major metropolitan hospital. She is following her every dream, or so she believes. After her idyllic world is shattered, she must reconcile her lost past to rediscover her deepest passion. Jokob O'Callaghan, a world-renowned photographer, lives a life most could only imagine with his life-love, Keara—until cancer delivers a direct and devastating slam. He walls himself off, focusing solely on his art. When one of Jokob’s p... more
  • The Little Queen

    by Meia Geddes

    When her mother and father pass away, the little queen must figure out how to be a little queen. And so she begins her adventures, journeying away from her palace and into the world to determine how she should go about going on. The little queen soon encounters numerous folks who teach her a thing or two: the book sniffer, the dream writer, and the architect of silence are just a few. Along the way, the little queen finds friendship, love, and meaning in being a leader in her world. THE LITTL... more

  • The Second Time Around

    by James Richardson
  • XOCOMIL, The Winds of Atitlán

    by David Mohrmann
    XOCOMIL (Show-coh-meel), The Winds of Atitlán. The novel spans what many historians term the “Guatemalan Civil War.” That, unfortunately, does not account for the USA involvement, or begin to describe how it was experienced by the oppressed indigenous Maya. The story begins and ends at Lake Atitlán. It travels from traditional Maya villages through the war-torn mountains of Guatemala; from cornfields in Kansas through the jungles of Vietnam; from pot-filled hills in Northern California thr... more
  • Whack, Whack, Whack, Goes The Tail!

    by Mark Rouillard
    This is a story about a dog named Jack that has no idea his tail is constantly whacking anything and everything that is behind him. Jack loves his human family unconditionally, and they love him.
  • Wearing the Cat: The Complete Novel - Volume Two

    by H.D. Woodard

    Take a raunchy, rollicking, harrowing plunge into Life with “Wearing the Cat”.

    “Wearing the Cat” is a comic picaresque novel divided into two volumes: “Wearing the Cat – The Complete Novel, Volume One” and “Wearing the Cat – The Complete Novel, Volume Two”

    Set in 1988, with America near the height of her power, prestige, and influence, “Wearing the Cat” concerns the exuberant and blackly comic misadventures of Lt. Nick McGill, dentist in the United States Navy Dent... more