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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • When Honeysuckles Fall: A Short Story Collection

    by Carmen Hendrix
    This short story collection is one of many books to come and introduces the readers to Michelle, Chase, and Donna. All of these women find strength in their circumstances as they face tough issues. The book explores deception, death, and pain in a way that allows you to connect with each of the women and make you want more.
  • SEO Secrets by Umer Ali

    by umer ali
    SEO is becoming more and more difficult by the passing days. Some SEO Techniques are now totally a part of history as they are no more practice, however, new and new methods and advanced SEO techniques are introducing day by day.
  • The Harvard Square Mob

    by Neil Mahoney
    As the Vietnam War wore on, peace marchers were becoming disillusioned. The protests were larger than ever, and yet Washington was deaf to their cries. A small group of students and a professor plot a drastic move to call more attention to their protests. The plot becomes successful; and the plot thickens. A change in their intention leads to problems and provides a surprise ending. . .
  • Term Limits

    by Paul Holbert
    The political atmosphere in America is poisoned with acrimony and partisan bickering. People are sick of the ineptitude and dishonesty of their elected representatives and a cry for change echoes from every corner of the land. The problem is no one knows how to affect the revolution so many constituents desire, until one person steps forward and begins a personal campaign to recall the sitting members of Congress. However, it’s not a political, but a lethal form of removal he has in mind. Follow... more
  • Saba & Nisha: A Love Story

    by Lakshmi Raj Sharma
    Saba is a child of nature. Her Muslim mother, Meher, has had accidents in life, the first of which is finding a lover in a man whose religion she does not know and then falling into the steep space at the edge of the river with him, in heavy rain, where there is scarcely space enough for the two to stand; they couple together as though driven into the act by Nature. But then, Meher’s lover is forced into marrying his neighbor, the wily, Mohini who falsely accuses him of having used her, when she... more
  • In Black & White

    by Catherine Lavender
    Micah Winters always knew that she was different. It was the pigment of her skin and the texture of her hair that revealed that she was a woman from biracial parents. For five decades, Micah’s African American mother has remained silent about Micah’s estranged father (Sidney Irving). It is not until after Sidney Irving’s death that Micah learns that she is the daughter of the legendary novelist and screenwriter. Now with her mother’s memory fading away from Alzheimer’s disease, Micah can only re... more
  • New Planet, New World

    by Ian Prattis

    Ian Prattis transports you to a faraway planet. Earth is dying due to Humankind’s damage to the environment. The clash of cultures, late in the twenty first century, opens this epic novel of pioneers establishing community in a nearby galaxy.  

    This futuristic finale of a trilogy stands on award winning books Redemption and Trailing Sky Six Feathers. Buy a print copy and receive the two prior books for free.


  • Sunderwynde Revisited, Again

    by Joel Bresler
    Dr. Stone is back…and this time, it might be a good thing! After landing smack-dab in the center of a strange, supernatural event, Dr. Edward J. “Flint” Stone high-tailed it out of Cleveland like he was running from a house fire. Thus began a cross-country spiritual odyssey that ended, as these things usually do, with Stone way out in the middle of nowhere grilling kosher hotdogs on a small hibachi. An adventurous series of road trips gets him back to Cleveland and into the thick of things on... more
  • Sunderwynde Revisited

    by Joel Bresler
    Sunderwynde Drive lies deep within the heart of the Cleveland Suburbs. At the end of Sunderwynde Drive sits number forty-five twenty-six, home to Jerry, Liz and their children, Melissa and Kenny. Unbeknownst to them, their house covers a piece of ground with a past. Hundreds of years earlier, a curse had been placed on it by a local Native American medicine man (fellowship at Hopkins), who was ticked off at the flood of obnoxious New England settlers bent on completely ruining his neighborhood. ... more
  • Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent

    by Joel Bresler
    Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent recounts the hilarious (and historically-set) misadventures of Sherwood, a recruit in H. Majesty's army; and Penelope, his bit-of-all-right back home. Through their letters, they share incidents and events, and discuss their relationship, which looks good on paper, but... Sherwood describes to Penelope in vivid, comic detail his experiences as a soldier, from training camp up to and beyond an epic mission. Penelope's attempts to keep from pining for... more
  • The Moskowitz Code

    by Joel Bresler

    Just When You Thought it was Safe to be Healthy… When his doctor mistakenly types the wrong code into his electronic medical record, Myron Moskowitz – Mike, to the entire world except his mother, Celia – finds life, or at least the one he's grown used to, suddenly turned tush-over-teakettle. With that single dodgy digital diagnosis, a chain reaction is set in motion leading Mike to lose his job, accidentally get all trace of himself wiped off of every computer in the kn... more

  • Eyesore

    by Kyle David Iverson

    Tor Leingaard is a semester away from graduating college. While his friends lock down positions in marketing and banking and administrative assistance, Tor can barely align the bullet points on his resume. He tells himself that the jobs his friends are getting aren’t right for him. That they’re meaningless at best and soul-crushing at worst. Still, he wonders if he’s being left behind.

    To clear his head, Tor paints graffiti. He’s been painting the same spot for y... more

  • Light the Christmas Tree

    by Doug Baney
    Chuck Crane quits his job with an international highway construction firm and moves his family from Weston Massachusetts to Shelburne, Ontario Canada. All is well in their new home until a fateful trip to the Christmas tree farm. Trouble begins when the Christmas tree lot is out of trees and Chuck cuts a tree from dead man Waller's estate. The family loses their house to disaster, but gain a newfound sense family and tradition.
  • The New Year

    by Chance Daniel Smith
    The New Year is a literary fiction in which a young intellectual by the name of Jack Redding leaves his family, friends, and academia behind in the name of love. His adventure seems at first to be a grand one, fraught with sex, drugs, and the beautiful American West, but as enemies of his lover Karyn become wise to his presence, Jack finds himself very much unwelcome in his new Rocky Mountain home. Will Jack be pushed out by the violent harassment of old rivals? Or will the sins of his past snea... more
  • Last Chance for a Slow Dance: Little Joy

    by Endless Meghan Warner
    Veteran transplants of Los Angeles trade in their rose-colored glasses for a healthy dose of cynicism when they realize Hollywood Boulevard’s glitter is actually broken glass and that diamond is the head of a lighter snapped off. Following your dream means competing against a market of a thousand puppy-eyed hopefuls ready to stab or sabotage their way up the ladder. Finding love comes with serial dating and long-term dating is a relationship lasting two weeks… Until the click happens with anot... more
  • Hogarth's Reign of Terror

    by James Delaney

    Hogarth's Reign of Terror is the first chapter of a four-part series called The Hogarth Saga. The Hogarth Saga follows the exploits of Hogarth, a 12-year old boy (in the first three books-he's a young man in the fourth), who does some very bad things. In Hogarth's Reign of Terror, he begins by building a guillotine and uses it to dispatch the cats, then the dogs, and then other animals in the neighborhood. But why he does it is a mystery.