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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Memory Box: A Novel of Love, Regret and Memory

    by Jay Caselberg
    In Woodford Park, a small seaside town, Angelica and Walter's paths cross by accident, drawing them into discoveries about the town, themselves and each other.
  • Baxter Goes To Imagination Land

    by Jenn Duggan
    Mostly made-up adventures inspired by a mostly real dog named Baxter. Follow your imagination past the sneaker trees and cupcake bees to a place only you can see.
  • Dirty Living

    by Sierra
    After being released from prison, Deshonne "Magic" Robinson returns to his family's home in the suburbs of Delaware in hopes of a normal life. He soon realizes that everything has a price and without a dollar, he has to work for everything or get it the best way he knows how. As Magic takes you from Wilmington to New Castle, you're captured in the riveting twist and turns that lurk around every street corner. In order to come out clean it's gonna take a little Magic, when you're living dirty...
  • Two Big Days

    by Rickey Lee
  • Bear & Bee Bedtime Rhymes (Bear & Bee Bedtime Stories)

    by Shian Serei
    The Bear & Bee Bedtime Rhymes is a lyrical bedtime story of two unlikely friends living on the island of Bearberia. The Bear & Bee characters meet under difficult circumstance, work out their differences and chose to make a life together. The series of illustrated stories presents their activities, amidst the criticism and challenges that appear in each story. Bear & Bee entertain, in rhyme, through charming tales of their adventures and life lessons that cover a range of modern dynamics. The bo... more
  • Chiaroscuro;Shades of Light and Darkness.

    by Carol Fritzclarence.
    Chiaroscuro;Shades Of Light And Darkness,is a work of a collection of fifteen poems that explores issues of the human condition and experience. The effort of Chiaroscuro works with the clear to get insight into the obscure like Heaven,that works the clear or works behind the clear,to make what we see;experience.The approach gets a proper perspective for the Universe,human experience and condition. Chiaroscuro takes a close and hard look at the Material of Nature and the human psychology;the B... more
  • Key West & the Lower Keys

    by Karuna Eberl / Steve Alberts
    Our book leads our readers through a humorous traveler's guide of Key West, while maintaining strong provisions of information and useful tips. We have included a stout helping of history and nature, with a local's eye view of where to, what to, and how. This is the first book in our travel guide series.
  • Corner Confessions: Everyone Has a Secret. What's Yours?

    by Kiersten Hall
    Everyone has that one secret… that one skeleton in their closet… which will never see the light of day. No psychiatrist, priest, spouse, or best friend will ever hear this secret, yet the urge to share this information can be found in most people's natural psyche… Meet fourteen individuals who have decided to clean at least one skeleton out of their closet by confiding in a complete stranger whom they meet at a local coffee shop. Unassuming and safe with no judgments passed, learn about these ... more

    by Augustine Sam

    A black man, a white girl, and a deceptive job offer.

    It had all begun with a dream and a simple act of love, then the unsuspecting couple soon find themselves in the place where dreams end and nightmares begin.

    Can they survive the greed, the captivating allure of Black Gold, and that vile, ancient tradition that seeks to determine who should marry and to whom?

  • The Man Who Loved Too Much - Book 1

    by John Rachel
    Poor Billy Green! When he was just turning four, his father tried to throw him in the trash. He was a smart kid but that just seemed to create enemies. His mom did everything to protect him. But this was Detroit, armpit of the wasteland! Catholic school didn’t help much, except the time he got his first kiss from an atheist nun. Home life was dismal. Was his father capable of anything but drinking beer and farting? And what was with that neighbor who made puppets and tried to molest Billy? Golly... more
  • The Man Who Loved Too Much - Book 3: Oxymoron

    by John Rachel

    How do we function in a world which is both as randomly and intentionally cruel, as it is randomly and intentionally kind? Can we make sense of our lives when so much around us makes no sense?

    In this, the final book of the trilogy, we find out what it means to be a "man who loves too much". More importantly, we discover if Billy Green is such a man.


  • The Man Who Loved Too Much - Book 2: Entendre

    by John Rachel

    The Billy Green saga continues! Billy’s challenging, sometimes humorous, sometimes tragic, always unpredictable journey.

    He was more determined than ever to find meaning in life and comfort in love.

    Billy came to know one thing for sure.

    Love is real.

    He could now with the absolute cocksure confidence of pure enlightenment, scoff at the naysayers and spit in the face of the purveyors of romantic nihilism, the cynics who say that love is an illusion.

    Billy k... more

  • For the Lover of Stories

    by Charlie Avinash Nicholas

    Dear you, 

    Welcome to my double feature. "For the Lover of Stories" contains two of my books:

    1) "Sanity's War" is an anthology of interlaced short stories and narrative poems. It depicts epic battles between kingdoms, against nightmarish forces, and within broken souls.

    2) "Strange: And Other Accounts From the Taboo War" is a novella of short tales, poetry, and letters. It deals with the Unsung Heroes' battles agains... more

  • The Balboa Boys and the Mystery of the Big Gyp

    by Kevin O'Leary
    In the last gasp weeks of 1957, nine-year-old pals Rand and Will patrol their sleepy California beach town investigating their greatest mystery yet: the Big Gyp. Like their heroes Frank and Joe Hardy, the boys sleuth out secrets hiding in plain sight. New, man-made objects arc across the night sky, replacing Santa and his sleigh – fathers and mothers seem on the verge of important, unspoken changes – and a haunted mansion pulls at them like a strong Pacific tide. Clues begin to piece together a ... more
  • Escarpment

    by David Turri
  • Gators & Taters

    by Elaine Ambrose
    Celebrate the tradition of storytelling through this award-winning collection of seven short stories created to be read aloud to children. The book was one of 50 children's books selected for Bowker's National Recommended Reading List.