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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Antibiotic an Ailing America Needs

    by Colonel Don Wilson
    We are a Christian nation; those who believe otherwise are the cause of our declining nation. This book is written for the times in which we live. It is a fast-paced, clear and concise exposure of a declining America with solutions to restore her greatness. Full of inspiring quotes from the giants of our history as a nation, this book explores our godly heritage, information you were probably not taught in school. The story of our nation is best told through her people—good and bad, famous an... more
  • Bits & Pieces

    by James R. Taylor III
    Annabelle Wolfe is used to doing things her way. But in 1890 Ohio, doing things “your way” isn’t always easy. A woman is expected to marry early and be a dutiful wife and mother. Much to her own mother’s chagrin, Annabelle wants nothing to do with such a sedentary life. So by the age of twenty, she’s graduated college, studied law, and passed the bar. Unfortunately, no one will practice law with her, and Annabelle is forced to clerk for her judge father, and write detective stories under a male ... more
  • Creole Moon: Book of Roots

    by S.T. Holmes
    Mardi Gras in New Orleans is the perfect locale for a treasure hunt. When it coincides in the year of the Luperci festival, the magic world is turned upside down, and the feast of forgiveness turns into a fight of wickedness. This Mardi Gras festival is like non ever seen before or will ever see in the future. Experience sibling rivalry at its finest as two sisters square off against each other for control of the book of roots. Unite with our hero, George Genois, as he is drawn deeper int... more
  • The Intuitive Wisdom of the Heart: A Collection of Poems of Encouragement

    by James Robson
    This book is my eighth containing poems about life and the human heart. The heart is misunderstood by many and yet is an intuitive and wisdom-based organ which functions as the chief administrator of mankind. Over many years, I have discovered that our primary purpose in life is to discover who we really are. We need to identify with ourselves and embark on a journey of self-discovery. As the question of who we are lingers and our curiosity continues to confront us, our need to answer this quest... more
  • So Much for Happy

    by Edward McGill
    IN THE YEAR 2020, twelve-year-old Christopher Michael lives with his father and grandfather in a place called UnHappy, where struggling Red and Blue people are segregated from their entitled White neighbors, who thrive on the other side of an invisible wall in a world called Happy. In spite of their different races, social class, gender and age, all yearn to relocate to a place called Hope, a state of mind with infinite possibilities. In this gripping and dystopic debut novel, author E.P. McGill... more
  • A Journey To Yonder

    by Jewel Hart
    A Journey to Yonder is the tale of one woman’s refusal to allow the challenges of her past to define her present. She grows up with a special needs sibling and loses her childhood home, and we then follow her through an abusive relationship and into the most unforgiving of human trials. With experiences that leave you feeling so alone, how do you hold on to hope? How do you go on? Nidhi Kaur’s compelling use of both poetry and prose intimately welcomes readers into this moving story of spi... more
  • Claim to Fame

    by Ralph Cissne
    Everyone holds the secret desire to be famous, right? In Hollywood a great body is your business, your ticket to fame, but you have to want it. Personal trainer to the stars Sid Sherwood is passionate about helping people reach their goals. The aspirations of two quirky new clients, the fresh-faced starlet Jules Marlow and fallen star Clay Harmon, challenge Sid’s disciplined approach. “If you make a living selling yourself in Hollywood,” Sid confesses. “You’ve earned the right to be eccentric.” ... more
  • Angel City Singles

    by Ralph Cissne
    A couple meets in a stand-up comedy workshop. What more can possibly go wrong? A life-affirming love story filled with suspense, passion and humor, Angel City Singles unfolds in the aftermath of the 1987 Black Monday economic crash. Driven by a haunting childhood memory, loner David Bishop confronts the challenges of work, romance, and the dangerous backstreets of Hollywood as he struggles with the transcendent possibilities for love and understanding.
  • The Armoire

    by Jewel Hart
    Maxine, a psychology major from Wisconsin, has always wondered what her grandmother kept locked away in her armoire. But when she inherits it, Maxine unlocks something divine and wonderful that’s to lead her to the answer of her life’s biggest question – what is my purpose? She embarks on a journey that opens her eyes, opens her heart, and lights a fire in her soul. She’s shown things that people only dream of, as well as the things of nightmares. Inspired, Maxine sets her life on a new course, ... more
  • Shhh...The Universe Is Talking, Are You Listening?

    by Jewel Hart
    Have you lost yourself in the game of life? Do you ask, Who am I? Where am I heading? Why am I not fulfilled? Perhaps you need to tune in to yourself and ask for guidance. This book will help you look at life in a new way. I wrote this based on the synchronistic events and coincidences that have shaped my own experiences. I have been shown the universal language of life in many forms – words, songs, numbers, intuitive nudges, and a whole lot more. I’d like to share my story with you. This ... more
  • The Yellowstone Group

    by Robert Culliton
    In an effort to curb global warming, the innovators of tomorrow overshot the mark and now the Earth is cooling. The ambitious have adjusted their sights to focus on adaptation to falling temperatures, and a young engineer takes it upon himself to move from New York City to Wyoming in order to develop solutions on the front lines. Torn between a quirky disposition and a stated desire for positive impact, this is a bildungsroman set against a backdrop of mountains, visionaries, and a settlement of... more
  • The Staff and the Sword

    by T.K. Kohl
    In the middle of the jungles of Peru, an earthquake exposes a building deep within a crack in the earth. World-renowned archeologist Dr. Henry Jedidiah is asked to take his team into Peru. They discover ancient scrolls and tablets, which propel the Jedidiah family onto a path toward an artifact stolen thousands of years ago, to protect the world. Throwing caution to the wind, they ignore all the warnings written in the scrolls and tablets. Believing the warnings are nothing but superstitions, th... more
  • The Chest That Launched a Thousand Slips and Other Stories

    by Frank Meronk

    Imagine how it feels to go from sow's ear to silk purse or vice versa, how a body stretched to a new dimension never returns to its original mind. The Chest That Launched a Thousand Slips is a collection of ten prickly situations imagined to their extremes, thought-provoking and sometimes quirky literary short fiction that explores the motivations, insecurities, terrors, and delights of the plastic people—both the patients who get nipped and tucked and the beauty docto... more

  • The Resolute Heart

    by Beatrice Hale
    In a small village in the Kingdom of Fife, 18 year old Mary Watson sees her new husband, Harry seized by the Press Gang into the Royal Navy. During the general tussle, a piece of parchment falls from the cloak of Setton , the Press-Gang captain. Mary grabs it, but is unable to read it later because the words are French. Mary decides to follow Harry. She takes the stagecoach to Edinburgh, hoping to help release him. Setton follows her to rescue the parchment, but fails. Mary follows the press-ga... more
  • The Madness of Grief

    by Panayotis Cacoyannis

    July 1969. While men are walking on the moon, life in London for sixteen-year-old Jane takes unexpected turns. On the point of falling in love with her best friend Karl, she discovers that there's more to her father's spectacular girlfriend than at first meets the eye. In the sweltering heat of a fast-moving evening, other revelations quickly follow – reconciling Jane with her father but also reopening wounds from the past, laying bare raw emotions kept suppressed for too l... more

  • The Warramunga's War

    by Greg Kater
    The Warramunga’s War is a sweeping narrative of the friendship that forms between a young Australian army officer, Jamie Munro, and an educated half-caste Warramunga aboriginal NCO, Jack ‘Jacko’ O’Brien, during the Syrian campaign against the Vichy French in World War II. Jacko rescues a wounded Jamie after which they are conscripted in Cairo by MI6. Here, Jamie and Jacko learn about the seamy side of war in counterespionage as they track down German spies. The principal fictional characters int... more