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  • The King of Fish

    by Darrell House
    Young Ray spends his days in a wheelchair dreaming of fishing for the big ones in the lake. Friends and neighbors suggest a trip to the country and that is where our hero comes face to face with the King of Fish. Their connection drives this story with tenderness and action while teaching, by example, that you’re never too young to speak up for ideals in which you believe. At the most basic level, The King of Fish is a catch and release story. Yet, it is so much more. Told in verse, it is a... more
  • The Shattered Urn: An Allegorical History of the Universe

    by Daniel V. Runyon
    In this classic allegory for modern times, Lord William's perfect world is shattered by Deception. Now awaiting execution, he thinks about his failure as Captain of the Castle, Governor of the Wall, and Keeper of the Gates of Havilah. From the prison cell he writs this gripping memoir of devastating loss. Haunted by the spectre Bwing who occupies the next cell, Lord William explores the roots of the human condition: loss of identity and the quest to regain it. A dead man already, he can afford t... more
  • Miller the Green Caterpillar

    by Darrell House
    Miller the Green Caterpillar is a children's story told in verse. More than anything, Miller wants to fly but doesn’t know that a day will come when he will transform in to a beautiful butterfly. A tale of vision, determination and the belief that dreams and wishes can come true; kids, parents, teachers and librarians have all put their stamp of approval on this delightful story. You'll fall in love with the drawings of Miller and friends by gifted illustrator, Patti Argoff. Honorable Mention,... more
  • It Takes A Village To Kill Your Husband

    by Jethro Collins
    Haven’t you ever wanted to kill someone? Especially your husband? A romantic comedy set in the fast-paced world of Beverly Hills – but these are not your average desperate housewives. Hollis Whitney is a successful and fabulous HGTV hostess on the brink of turning 40. She also happens to be madly in love with her carpenter even though she is married to sleazy movie director Frank Fielder. When Hollis discovers that Frank is diddling his latest (and much younger) leading lady, she sets out on a m... more
  • The Losing Role

    by Steve Anderson
    In the last winter of WWII a failed German actor, Max Kaspar, is forced to join an absurdly desperate secret mission in which he must impersonate an enemy American officer. So Max cooks up his own fanatical plan -- he'll use his false identity to escape tyranny and war and flee to the America he'd once abandoned. The Losing Role is based on an actual false flag operation during 1944's Battle of the Bulge that's been made infamous in legend but in reality was a doomed farce. In all the tragic ... more
  • Avenging Africanus

    by Matthew Jordan Storm
    Sixty years after the Western Roman Empire was toppled by the Goth warlord Odaecer, a new Caesar ascends to the throne in Byzantium. This man, the Emperor Justinian, refuses to accept that Rome's best days have passed. With the help of his extraordinary young General Belisarius, Justinian will attempt the impossible - to expel the barbarians from Rome's Lost Lands and to restore the Empire to its former glory. Join them on their stunning adventure in the LEGEND OF AFRICANUS trilogy. In AVEN... more
  • Immortal Africanus: Belisarius And The Roman Empire's Return to Rome (Legend of Africanus) (Volume 3)

    by Matthew Jordan Storm
    Sixty years after the Western Roman Empire was toppled by the Goth warlord Odaecer, a new Caesar ascends to the throne in Byzantium. This man, the Emperor Justinian, refuses to accept that Rome's best days have passed. With the help of his extraordinary young General Belisarius, Justinian will attempt the impossible - to expel the barbarians from Rome's Lost Lands and to restore the Empire to its former glory. Join them on their stunning adventure in the LEGEND OF AFRICANUS trilogy. IMMORTA... more
  • From Africanus: The Story of a Young Boy's Quest to Save the Last Roman

    by Matthew Jordan Storm
    For centuries children of the West have been taught that sometime in the 5th century Rome “fell” and with it, the world fell into the Dark Ages. This is only partially true. The Western Roman Empire did fade but in the East, in the old city of Byzantium on the Bosporus, the Romans would survive for a thousand years longer. FROM AFRICANUS is a work of historical fiction and the first book in the LEGEND OF AFRICANUS trilogy. The story is set in this “other” Rome during the reign of Justinian... more
  • The Best Bear Hugs Ever

    by Scott Washburn
    A parent goes to see the bears at the zoo to experience the best bear hugs ever. On his way to the bears he bumps into other animals. Each animal tells the parent he doesn’t need to see the bears because their baby animal gives the best bear hugs ever. After hugging all the exotic animals, he goes home sad because he never finds the best hugs. But, when he opens his front door, his child runs to him and gives him the best bear hug ever.
  • Surprising Mrs. Rhubarbson (Marble Mangosteen's Good Deed Collection Book 1)

    by Reena Bhojwani
    What do you get when you put a monkey a squirrel and a raccoon together with a bunch of old folks? That's right, a surprise! Come join Marble, Shooz and Roxy as they set off on the first of their good deed collection!
  • Making Amends

    by Melinda Clayton

    On a beautiful fall evening, in the middle of a game of hide-and-seek, five-year-old Bobby Clark is kidnapped by his estranged father, a shiftless man with a history of domestic violence and drug abuse. Bobby’s twin brother Ricky watches, terrified, from his hiding place behind the bougainvillea, while mother Tabby, who also struggles with addiction, lies inebriated on the living room floor.

    Bobby isn’t seen by his loved ones again until a fateful morning twenty-five years l... more

  • Green Summer

    by Karen Colibri
    Andalucía, Spain. CLARA LUNA, archaeologist and curator, discovers a Phoenician bracelet in the dark waters under the ruins of a Spanish Moorish fortress. After wearing the bracelet, she is taken on a journey into Spain's Moorish past and the legends that surround the Alhambra Palace.
  • Kid Miracle: Readers Are Leaders

    by Yales Smith
    It’s a new school year at Lemon Elementary and Joshua finds himself thrust into a new school, where he has to use friendship, faith, and hard work to survive. In this story Joshua overcomes the challenges of growing up with the help of his friend Madison. She helps him to understand the true meaning of friendship and hard work.
  • Sergeant Stone, Sentinel of the Crescent City

    by Daniel Barker

    Sergeant Stone, Sentinel of the Crescent City follows the adventures of a superhuman time traveler’s adventures through history as he struggles both to protect Earth’s timeline from malevolent outside interference and to understand humanity itself.

    The inimitable Sergeant Stone returns with fifteen new short stories in this exciting follow up to Sergeant Stone, NOPD! He still guards the Crescent City against threats both ordinary and otherworldly, but that is not his only be... more

  • Fairy Tales

    by Thomas Gonzalez

    The Old West, Cowboy Boots, Sheriffs, Mayors, Horses….

    Dogs, dogs, dogs and more dogs….

    Fairy Tales is a children’s story about Western pooches Spike, Princess, Rocky, Wilbert, Black Jack, Chiquita, and of course the main man Mayor Tom. Set in an old west town, follow the dogs on their adventures, even being sworn in as deputies.

    The author has used the names of his real life dogs for his story because he loves his dogs and wants the world to fall in love... more

  • LUZ, book i: comings and goings

    by Luis Gonzalez
    Cuba, August 1994, where a shocking event is currently unfolding. For the first time in 35 years, Cubans are openly revolting against Castro’s regime and, likewise, the government is not stopping anyone from leaving the island. But this time nobody is coming by to pick anyone up. This time there is no boatlift as during the Mariel Crisis. Those who want to flee the country are free to do so, as long as they take to the sea in their inner tubes and contraptions and homemade rafts. Nineteen year-... more

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