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  • King Joey's Hope for Abby's Cure: An Adventure Story

    by Laura Alston
    The gentle story of King Joey’s Hope for Abby’s Cure is a personified friendly adventure. This 96-page, short chapter storybook teaches children about cancer in the simplest terminology. Abigail, known as Abby is a happy child with a very colorful imagination. She has been diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) but is not disheartened because of her illness. Abby’s battle with leukemia may have disabled her body to function properly at times; however, it has enabled her natural curios... more
  • In the Shadow of the Kingmakers

    by Vahid Imani
    A post-WW1 historical fiction thriller. Inspired by actual events in 1924 Persia, the novel reflects on an igniting conflict between the West and Iran. James Malcolm, a British operative stationed in Tehran weaves an intricate plot in hopes of installing a new loyal Persian king and to humiliate the American interests in Persian oil. But, the shadows were closer than he thought …
  • A Lover's Secret

    by Howard Reiss
    When Azu finds her high school sweetheart, Michael . . . the one she was sure she would marry . . . 50 years later on Facebook and shortly thereafter he is found dead, Azu uses her journalistic skills to investigate what happened and in the process is shocked by his life, what he had become and accomplished, and what she didn’t know when they were teenagers.
  • Executive Target

    by Pete Byer
    President James Whitcomb, former Republican governor of New Jersey, is entering his third year in office. He ran for and won the presidency after President Trump decided not to run for reelection. Unknown to the Whitcomb administration, there are two separate but concurrent plots to take down the presidency. One by the publisher of the leading progressive newspaper in the country, the second by a domestic terrorist organization. The action in this political satire culminates in Phoenix while Pre... more
  • All Those Tears We Can't See

    by Gita Audhya
    This is my second book called “All those Tears we can’t see” which 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 USA. “All Those Tears We Can't See” is also a story of a first generation Indian-American girl and how she figures out her life and finds out that she has love for both sides of her cultures. We follow Monica, who believes that she is all American at hea... more
  • My Not So Normal Life: Spy Recruit

    by Liz Laz
    My name is Lily Anne Gemorski. I am not your normal eleven-year-old. I am a spy. I speak four languages and know how to defend against someone three times my size. As a new recruit, I have learned a lot about being a spy. What I haven't learned is how to lie to my best friend, Becky; or how to get my team captain to stop hating me.
  • When I Grow Up

    by Casey Bowers
    When I Grow Up is the fun children's book of cool careers that kids can really picture themselves in (literally)! What will they be when they grow up? Play with the possibilities and let them see for themselves with When I Grow Up. Through simple rhyme, playful illustration, and the picture window wheel, this children’s picture book gives kids a fun way to see themselves in lots of different careers using their own photos.
  • Hello, My Name is Bunny! London

    by Matt Bloom

    Foxes in peril! No problem. Bunny Simmons-Bloom to the rescue! Inspired by a real-life shelter cat, Hello, My Name is Bunny! London is the tale of a small kitty with a big heart who’s finally found her fur-ever home and is on a mission to pay forward her good fortune.

    In this second story in the Hello, My Name is Bunny! series, Bunny teams up with 10-year-old Lily Hayward, Rocky, the lazy tabby cat, and Goldy, the adorable and mischievous golden labrador puppy, on a daring adventure tha... more

  • A Year Inside the Moon

    by Nathaniel Sewell
    At fifty-something, Rob has reached a twilit crossroads. A recent divorcee, he’s fled Houston to settle in St. Petersburg, Florida. Now, peering up at the mockingbird singing in a banyan tree, he wonders whether he could have done things differently. Across the road, The Moon looms. Week after week, as autumn fades into winter into spring, Rob finds himself sat at the cosy bar, watching locals and out-of-towners drift in and out, their spectral lives affording brief glimpses into other worlds. ... more
  • Alternative Facts

    by Publius Valerius Poplicola
    In a dystopian society that parallels our own, ALTERNATIVE FACTS bears witness to its downward spiral from present day through 2052 via slice of life vignettes. All seven short stories in the series are now assembled and bound for the first time in one definitive collection! A genius tweet may prevent impending apocalypse....An entrepreneur experiences unexpected benefits participating in rallies against the new regime....A back to work miner begins to question the sanity of... more
  • Wonder Walk

    by ILHAM ALAM
    Join the curious little Johnny and his ever-patient Mommy as they go on a wonder walk of discovery in their neighborhood, in this funny and rhyming verse story.
  • Iras of the Empire

    by Lynne Bergero
    The novel IRAS OF THE EMPIRE tells the story of one woman’s quest for the source of power and peace in a dangerous world. An orphan from a Nubian family, Iras becomes handmaiden to Procula, the wife of Pontius Pilate. Yet the villas and palaces of the prefect of Rome are no refuge from the casual brutality of the empire and the capricious dance of power between the spirits and the priesthood, the prophet and the king. Jerusalem, Meroe, Ephesus. Pilate, Herod, and John. Cybele, Hathor, and Artemi... more
  • The Bones of Who We Are

    by CL Walters
  • The Ugly Truth

    by CL Walters
    If faced with perpetuating the perfect lie or confessing the ugly truth, which would you choose? Seth Peters has been angry for a long time. Living with an abusive, alcoholic father has that effect. But when he wakes up in a hospital - outside of his body - due to an accident that he doesn’t remember, Seth is no longer angry; he’s terrified. When his memories begin to return, he is confronted with a legacy of lies he’s constructed to survive the pain of his own life. Realizing he’s no diff... more
  • Swimming Sideways

    by CL Walters
    What do you do when your world has fallen apart, and there doesn’t seem to be a way to put it back together? Abby Kaiāulu (Kaw ee aw oo loo) gets the chance to start over when her family relocates from Hawaii to a small town on the Oregon coast. But she’s hiding a secret. Leaving the past and the cultural lessons of her Hawaiian grandfather behind, Abby redefines who she is to hide it. There’s Good Abby - she makes and follows the rules - and there’s Bad Abby - she always questions ... more
  • Far Way to Even

    by J.R. Boleyn
    The new millennium is here folks, and it's not going well. Seems the world can't stop warring over their petty self-righteous dispositions for intolerance. Well it's high time to put an end to this madness. Can religion and science, with their elegant secrets of Zen-time and modern revelations of quantum physics keep them from destroying the world in time? Or will golf and rock 'n roll? In FAR WAY TO EVEN, Boleyn refuses to sit quietly in the waiting room. He much prefers to play, crashing thr... more

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