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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • ebook Review

    by Jenny M.
    An incredibly colorful bedtime story children's picture book about a very kind giraffe with brown eyes named Harry, who comes to help all kids who cannot go to bed quickly or have bedtime fears and worries. Giraffes long neck reaches any window of the house if needed! Harry's inspiring stories and magic gifts help every kid to fall asleep calmly and quickly. 25 HD quality pages with bright and exciting pictures will amuse children and their parents. An excellent choice for reading all the wa... more

    by Sophia Lorena Benjamin
    Nudism to a large extent attracted the tourists to Goa until the eighties, beyond which, nudism was banned in this westernized and fascinating state of India, yet it left an inerasable impression. However, there was a time when the way of life was deeply conservative, rooted in tradition, social restrictions and based on strict family and community rules. It was a time of contrasts. An indulgent, stylish, laid back, European way of living with free spirited enjoyment and fun ushered by the... more
  • Pearls...

    by E. Hughes

    “Pearls...” is a collection of stories about a handful of women, the karmic sum of their actions, and the seven deadly sins of life. Folksy moral tales reminiscent of Harlem Renaissance writers the likes of Zora Neal Hurston.

  • ESCAPEMENT: An Exquisite Tale of Love and Passion

    by Kristen Wolf

    ***WINNER — 2018 IndieReader DISCOVERY AWARD***

    From the bestselling Author of THE WAY, hailed by O, THE OPRAH MAGAZINE as “A Title To Pick Up Now!”

    "Every now and then someone writes something that...leaves you shaking your head in wonder at the skillful storytelling, the use of language, and the depth of characters. This is one such book."
    —CURVE Magazine... more

  • We Were Once

    by Amy Watkin
    Before Constance Lloyd meets Oscar Wilde, she is a university student and an emerging fashion icon in 1870s London, professing the controversial beliefs that women’s clothing should be comfortable and undergarments should weigh less than seven pounds. With Oscar, she thinks she’s found the unconditional love that can heal the scars her mother left on her. Yet she struggles to create a life that matters beside a man who takes up all the space in the room and most of the headlines in London. When ... more
  • The Misbirth

    by D. B. Moffatt
    A pair of high school seniors are pressured into a blind date. They end up in the back seat of a car and pregnant. The mores of 50’s Americana mandate they drop out of high school and marry. They have a baby girl. Both are emotionally unstable before meeting. A marriage in Hell only throws gasoline on already smoldering embers. Meanwhile, a young man gets brutally beaten up in an after school fight.He vows never to be humiliated again.He man enrolls in a martial arts school. During his freshman ... more
  • Winter Melon Story

    by Naomi Lau
    Two friends Sammy and Davey spend the summer days with Sammy’s grandma, Poh Poh in Minnesota. They visit Poh Poh’s garden every day, eager to pick the winter melon and help Poh Poh make her special winter melon soup. When the melon is nearly ripe for harvest, Sammy decides to follow her own plan, where both children discover one of Poh Poh’s most important ingredients for winter melon soup.
  • Moonshadow Mae

    by Rosie Russell
    Mae is a happy girl and loves many things. One thing she adores the most is the moon. She is in awe of the glowing shine and the shadows left behind. Come along and enjoy this rhyming tale as Mae explores the wonders of the atmosphere above. Enclosed are fun facts, a special craft, and a yummy recipe in the back of this book.
  • Gnomes of the Cheese Forest and Other Poems

    by Ken Priebe
    Gnomes of the Cheese Forest and Other Poems is a collection of funny, dark, and whimsical poems and drawings by author/illustrator Ken Priebe. Open this book and embark on a journey where strange creatures lurk in every corner, and where fantasy and reality become a blur of weirdness and wonder.
  • Chaos Theory As Applied to Love, Baseball, and the Rest of the Universe

    by Mark Herder
    Chaos theory suggests that the flapping of a butterfly’s wings in China can produce a tornado on the other side of the world. If that is true, how could the effects of first love be any less devastating? Chaos Theory as Applied to Love, Baseball, and the Rest of the Universe examines life's most elemental forces: love, death, religion, and, of course, baseball. Raised in a family of eccentric losers, George Seibenmann has only one ambition: to pitch for his high school baseball team. Ruth... more
  • 978-0-9834005-8-5

    by Linda S Amstutz
    "Only Big Deals come to therapy every week. Small deals come every other week. Or even once a month. But, the Big Deals, they have a standing weekly appointment. And it seems that not hearing what men say must be a Big Deal. At least to some people." So what do you do? If you're Susan S, you get a little help from your three best buddies, also named Susan. While your husband and teen daughter think you're just being passive-aggressive, your therapist and friends try to help you find the answer... more
  • The Magic Fifteen

    by Udo Topka
    Orphaned as a teen when his parents are involved in a fatal accident, Eric Robertson is sent from the big city to a small Karoo town to live with his grandmother. Struggling to adapt and victimized by the school bully, Eric escapes to the sanctuary of the unused cellar under the old farmhouse, where he stumbles across a magical set of golf clubs that seemingly possess the ability to communicate with him. Under the expert guidance and tutelage of the clubs, each previously owned by a golfing le... more
  • Murphy's Miracle - One Dog's Wild Journey

    by Julie Samrick
    Murphy Braun is a five-year-old golden retriever who loves her family, and loves doing everything with them. This includes going on camping trips in the beautiful ElDorado National Forest. But one camping trip didn't go as planned. Murphy was lost in the forest; no matter how hard her family searched, they couldn't find her. She spent many months alone in the wilderness, fighting to survive. Will her family ever find her?
  • 78-8409017348

    by Hollie Anne Marsh
    A Tale of Sweetbriars Welcome to the yard! Come and meet the girls... Cate, Tabby and Violet and their beautiful horses. Leaving The City is the first book in the new Sweetbriars Equestrian book series, which is receiving wonderful reviews. It's a great book for young readers and readers that love animals and horses. About Leaving The City Will Cate ever settle into living in the countryside? Cate is uprooted from life as she has known it. Along with her family and her gorgeous palom... more
  • The Vines We Planted

    by Joanell Serra
    In the heart of the California wine country, secrets seem to grow on the vines that Uriel Macon’s family have tended for generations. Uriel, the winery’s young widower, steers clear of complicated relationships. He prefers the lonely comfort of his vineyard and his horses, until he is reminded of his love affair with Amanda Scanlon; a relationship that ended when she abruptly left the country years ago under a cloud of mystery. When Amanda returns to Sonoma because of a family crisis, she ... more
  • The Secret Observations of Liliana Joo

    by SC McQueen

    Liliana Joo, the self-proclaimed Drama Queen of Genoa High, deals with her own depression and identity while attempting to hook up her two male teachers... Of course, the latter is for her own titillating pleasure, and maybe for their own benefit. Join Liliana and her crazy friends for a wild ride through the junior year! Expect high school crass, with some sass.