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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Betsy Town

    by Michael J. Malone
    Three decades ago, a distraught woman stared down an approaching train from the tracks in Elizabeth, New Jersey, infant son in her arms. The baby survived. Growing up in foster care when his father could not shoulder the burden, David Campion has managed to mostly hold it together. But recent developments, including his pending wedding, have compelled David to dig into his mother’s past through those who knew her. David is combating his own grave psychological challenges, and is desperate to hid... more
  • Dating on the Dork Side

    by Charity Tahmaseb

    Stung by an epic betrayal, Camy Cavanaugh relies on the sure things: her best friend, her job as peer tutor, and her safe spot on the sidelines of life. But when she hacks into a secret, trash-talking website, it ignites a war between the sexes that won't end until the whole school is turned upside down--and Camy's world is turned inside out.

  • Stu's Big Party

    by Patricia Brassard Jefferson
    Meet large and lovable Stu Potamus! He's throwing a party and everyone is invited. Before the night is over. he'll learn that you can't judge your friends by how they look on the outside - it's what's inside that counts!
  • How Long Will You Love Me?

    by Patricia Brassard Jefferson
    Whether its a question from a child to a parent or an adult to their significant other, the question, "How long will you love me?" probably gets asked more often than you think...even if it just stays in your head and you are the only one who hears it. Patti Brassard's creative foiirst book starts with the question and each page gives a warm, rhythmic reassurance---"I promise I will love you 'til..." It's the perfect book to read to someone to let them know your love is endless.
  • Married II the Game

    by Olayinka Aikens
    Damon “Doe-Doe” Mooney has struggled all his life. Abandoned by his mother after the death of his father as a child, Doe-Doe jumped knee deep into the drug game.When he was nineteen, the former high school athlete turned hustler found himself headed off to a California state prison. Now that he’s home, he will have to fight for what he wants including his former love Laila. Laila Ward can't forget the how Damon broke her heart or the pain he caused. If he wants her in his life, he'll have to pro... more
  • Love, Sin & Hip-Hop

    by Olayinka Aikens

    Cameron James was always a player, until he had his heart broken by his college sweetheart Angela Daniels. Angie knows she made a mistake messing over her ex, but now that she's back in Atlanta, she wants to make amends after a bitter divorce. Cameron is determined to remind her of all the pain she caused but still there's no denying the chemistry he feels between his former flame. Monica Holiday could care less about a relationship. After a bitter breakup with her one-time ... more

  • Smooth Operators

    by Olayinka Aikens

    Monica Holiday isn't looking for love, especially not with a coworker. So when the handsome new A&R director comes to Atlanta from Chicago, she makes it clear that she has nothing but business on her mind. Drayton "Dray" Lewis is ready to make power moves on Atlanta music scene. When he touches down in the ATL he's ready to work, he immediately bumps heads with the beautiful and feisty Monica. He isn't looking for love either, but sometimes when it calls, you have t... more

  • Do Monsters Have Birthdays?

    by Jasmine Williams
    Children's Ebook: Come along on an epic adventure of a lifetime when a curious little girls’ mother tells her that she gets one more question before she has to go to bed. The little girl asks her do monsters have birthdays? Mom is too sleepy to answer and puts the little girl to bed. Before the little girl falls asleep a silly monster comes from under her bed and takes her on an unforgettable journey answering all of her questions in a way she could never imagine! From the mind of more
  • The Lame Duck

    by Bernard Leo Remakus

    Some believe Dr. Bob Cassidy is America's worst doctor. The young physician is already defending his third malpractice suit, being investigated by the feds, and about to lose his hospital privileges. Many believe Angela Fratello is America’s top malpractice lawyer. Known as the "Angel of Death" in legal circles, she knows how to win in the courtroom - and win big. When Angela starts experiencing severe foot pain while skiing, she drives to the closest medical facility - th... more

  • First, You Swallow the Moon

    by Kipp Wessel
    At twenty-four years old, all Jack Hesley knows with certainty is he's head over heels in love. But his life (and love) veers from center when his brother's car careens across an icy Wisconsin interstate and into a stand of pine. Stunned by loss, Jack retreats into isolation - a depression so stubborn the only thing forceful enough to cross its threshold arrives in the shape of wild bears. He dreams them. He becomes obsessed by them. And he alters the trajectory of his path forward, risking limb... more
  • Dangerous Dreams: A Story of the Lost Colony of Roanoke

    by Mike Rhynard



    A Story of the Lost Colony of Roanoke

    They sailed to the New World to establish England’s first permanent settlement. Today, they’re known as the Lost Colony of Roanoke—America’s most vexing and enduring mystery.

    On July 23, 1587, 117 colonists landed on Roanoke Island, in present day North Carolina. Barely a month later, ... more

  • Oakland's Lost Murals

    by Lisa L. Schoonover
    This award-winning children's book from the Anitya Press Ancient Tales™ Series explores murals that once existed throughout different neighborhoods in Oakland, CA. This book is a limited edition fundraiser available in print only, and can only be ordered through the Laurel Bookstore at:

    by Diana Stevan
    It's 1972. Women are breaking out, families are breaking down, and men are trying to hold on for the ride. Dr. Joanna Bereza is a psychiatric intern who wants to have it all: a career, a loving marriage, and a family, but her passion to do what's right sets her against a system that's as stuck as the people it treats. On ward 2B, Joanna becomes obsessed with the treatment of two women―a mute young mother suspected of trying to kill her baby and a feisty old woman who's been through the m... more
  • Unusual Things: We All Need Fairy Tales

    by Michael Fleischer
    There was once a race of highly intelligent beings who had everything a person could ever want to have and who were everything a person could ever want to be. Of course, it was a bloody long time ago, and no-one can even say for sure if that’s actually true or not. This book is not about them, anyway. (After all, who wants to read about super-intelligent beings? One probably couldn’t even follow the dialogues, and one’d also get bloody jealous of their intelligence and wit.) Nah, this book he... more
  • Are You Eating My Lunch?/Manges-tu mon lunch?

    by Nicole Audet
    Readers' Favorite 5 Stars Silver Medal Mom's Choice Awards Xavier is visiting the zoo. At lunchtime, he can't find his lunch. Xavier investigates. Who ate his lunch? Read this story to know more about zoo animal's favorite food and find out where is Xavier's lunch. This book is written in English and French. Xavier visite le zoo. À l'heure du midi, il ne trouve plus sa boîte à lunch. Xavier enquête sur la disparition de son repas. Il interroge les animaux du zoo. Ce livre est écrit en français... more
  • Interviews With Legendary Writers From Beyond

    by Cathy McGough
    WHAT WOULD YOU ASK CHARLES DICKENS IF YOU MET HIM? Ever wondered what you would ask your favourite author if you met him? Find out more when you read my interviews with: Mark Twain, Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Dickens, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Wilkie Collins, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Robbie Burns, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Stephen Leacock, Rudyard Kipling, John Keats, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, A. B. "Banjo" Paterson, Henry David Thoreau, Lord Byron, Charle... more