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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Twilight Empress

    by Faith L. Justice

    One woman battles the coming Dark Ages.

    Twilight Empress tells the little-known story of a remarkable woman: Placidia, sister to one of the last Roman Emperors. Roman Empress and Gothic Queen, Placidia does the unthinkable: she rules the failing Western Roman Empire. A life of ambition, power, and intrigue she doesn’t seek, but can’t refuse; her actions shape the face of Western Europe for centuries. A passionate woman as well as an empress, Placidi... more

  • Oh, that Munchausen! - interactive audiobook-game!

    by FingerTipsAndCompany

    Here comes “Oh, that Munchausen!”- the fascinating interactive audiobook-game for kids and adults in which you play the role of the Baron Munchausen’s granddaughter and help your grandfather remember all his stories.

    Available on Google Play and App store on June 14, 2020.

    Listen, play and laugh!

  • Distorted Days

    by Louise Worthington
    If she could speak to them, she would say they have exploded her heart, released firecrackers through her senses. She wishes she could call the police, the ambulance, the fire brigade, to arrest and anaesthetise and waterboard the bastards. So what happens when your husband runs off with your best friend? When you discover the dead body of an old man halfway through your delivery round? When your house is burgled and you get beaten up? Doris, Andy and Colleen are about to find out. They’re a... more
  • The Adventures of Hammy the Hamster

    by Amy Cohen

    This true story begins with a little boy named Jack who is sad when he goes to sleep at night. He then gets a hamster that takes him and his family on an adventure. Jack and his family must search for Hammy the Hamster after he escapes. Jack learns that even when you are sad, one day you will smile again.

  • All those tears we can't see (2nd edition)

    by Gita Audhya
    All Those Tears We Can't See addresses a lot of topics--immigration, opportunity, spirituality, myth, wisdom, class, customs, poverty, corruption and physical assault in India. It is a story of India and the USA. •\tAll Those Tears We Can't See (2nd edition) addresses the challenges immigrants face in this era due to lack of money and cultural differences but later achieves the “American dream” •\tThe new novel follows an Indian woman who migrated from India to America and finds difficulties... more
  • The Garbage People's Union: A Novella

    by Daniel J. Guercio
    The events of a single day can change your life. Such is the way for Sam Watson, a homeless aspiring writer and de facto leader of the self-named Garbage People’s Union, a group of the homeless of New York City that have come together in order to pool their resources and strategically delegate sections of the city for begging to individual members in order to maximize profits.With a motley group that consists of a crackhead, a transsexual street walker, a homosexual actor, a Vietnam Veteran, Two... more
  • 978-0-9864170-1-6

    by Linda Lee Graham

    A poignant story of love, loss, and coming home, A Thimbleful of Honor is set in the heart of Scotland's Highlands, twenty-five years after the 1745 Jacobite rebellion.

  • The Fool

    by Andrew Leake
    This is a story which follows the travels of one lonely character through this modern world that we call Life. We all hold views and opinions on the World around us but the protagonist is not afraid to voice his own. What is the meaning of Life? Is there Life after Death? No-one knows but this book will certainly make your ears prick up.
  • A Few Trivial Felonies

    by Sandra Sperling
    Rachel and her retired husband move to Oregon due to his health, but he soon passes away. She will have to sell and move again, but her friend Ruth suggests a way to keep collecting her husband's pension check until she is able to find work that pays highly enough for her to keep her home. Organized crime, with its murders, kidnappings and drug dealing, falls beneath their somewhat twisted ethical standards, They decide, instead, to become free-lance criminals and commit only a few trivial fel... more
  • The Firefly Warriors Club

    by Susan Count
    When a mysterious light entices twelve-year-old Davy and his bothersome cousin, Anderson, into the woods, they discover the forest is alive with wonder. Firefly magic dazzles the boys, and they vow to save the insects from destruction. Then a fire rages in the forest. Despite the cousins’ creative efforts to help the firefighters, the situation for the fireflies plummets from grim to dire. As the blaze consumes the fireflies’ habitat, the young warriors despair. They enlist the support of ... more
  • Tanya

    by Marianne Malthouse
    Set in the time of Peter the Great, Tanya is a sweeping saga of a woman's battle against the odds to find her ultimate destiny and happiness.
  • Peg's Story: Detours

    by Sheri McGuinn
    When she started high school in 1971, Peg planned on an exciting career and world travel. Instead, a series of detours became her life. Peg goes from naïve fourteen-year-old to trafficked runaway in a few months. She escapes quickly but takes ten years to find her way home, where she builds a new life on a foundation of lies. Then one of her daughters runs away and Peg’s past is the key to reuniting her family. A novel that reads like memoir, one woman's journey. Peg is the mother in Running... more
  • Running Away - Maggie's Story

    by Sheri McGuinn
    The plan is in place. By the time they realize she won’t be back, Maggie will be in another state, in a new life about to run again from new dangers. When Peg realizes why her daughter has run away, she knows she needs to find her quickly or they may never see each other again. Peg’s missing journal from when she ran away herself is the only clue to Maggie’s whereabouts. The story is told from both points of view. Originally published as Running Away, portions of this novel have been updated to ... more
  • Lessons in Saving a Girl

    by LeighLa Graham
    Emily Evers Kraft is an avoidance addict. Her mother is on another med-vacation. No, med-vacation is not the same thing as Club Med where people are pampered with seven days of oceanfront cottages, free margaritas and all-inclusive spa packages. It’s the roller coaster ride Emily’s family endures when the matriarch won’t stay on her prescribed medications. Honed from years of playing out the family drama, Emily is good at running from everything, even her own talent, but when Coach Allen disco... more
  • Ignite

    by Marie Moeckel
    Ruby is your typical type-A woman hardwired for success, most notably, walling herself off from personal connection fearing it may hold her back. Yet, in the face of unplanned pregnancy, she makes the most unlike-her decision: keep her child and marry a man she doesn’t love. Eleven years pass uneventfully, while Ruby completes dental school, moves back to her hometown, and establishes a traditional Midwestern life. As one of her first strides of solo-practice ownership, she signs up for an educa... more
  • A Fresh Hell

    Rikki Greene is thankful for everything she has—a satisfying career as a Hollywood movie publicist, good friends who are more like family, a sense of humor that comes in handy in a business where you never have to grow up, Moppet, her four-legged BFF, who shares her passion for McDonald’s vanilla soft serve, and a budding friendship with Hollywood tough guy actor Jake Stanley that maybe, just maybe, could blossom into a romance… But, like her idol, Dorothy Parker, every time the phone rings, ... more