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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Escape from the Past: The Duke's Wrath

    by Annette Oppenlander
    When fifteen-year-old nerd and gamer Max Anderson thinks he's sneaking a preview of an unpublished video game, he doesn't realize that 1) He's been chosen as a beta, an experimental test player. 2) He’s playing the ultimate history game, transporting him into the actual past: anywhere and anytime. And 3) Survival is optional: to return home he must decipher the game's rules and complete its missions—if he lives long enough. To fail means to stay in the past—forever. Now Max is trapped in medieva... more
  • FINDINGS

    by V. E. Smith
    July 1972. A restless young Californian looks for an ill-fated relative in Ireland, while an ill fate looks for him. Inadvertently, he discovers conspiracies involving ancient Spanish treasure and arms smuggling—as an unlikely romance blooms. In this historical mystery, echoes from a tragic past transform lives through unexpected means.
  • The Heart's Garden: based on a poem by RUMI

    by omid arabian
    The Land of Winter has been mired in cold and dark for ages. Its residents (the WinterPeople) set out to seek the Heart's Garden, a place where winter doesn't rule, the sun shines unconditionally, and magnificent flowers grow. The garden is located in the City of Love; but to enter the city the WinterPeople have to let go of what weighs them down, and find their wings. Once in the Heart's Garden, the WinterPeople discover the power that comes from knowing they are one with the entire universe; ... more
  • Regarding Tiberius: An Epic Tragedy of Mass Murder, Sworn Vengeance, Forbidden Love, Greek Ambition, Persian Honor, & Roman Migh

    by Raelenne Boge
    Regarding Tiberias is the novelization of a series of ancient scrolls recently discovered in the ruins of famed Roman commander Scipio Africanus' seaside villa (near Naples, Italy). Written in the First Century by a young woman of Persian and Ethiopian ancestry, Helena Mithridates Kleopatra, they comprise an account of how her life and destiny were forever altered by her chance meeting with Tiberius, the son of a prominent Roman senator. The pair embark on an odyssey that takes them from Asi... more
  • Bali and Blu: Friends of a Different Color

    by Andrew Fairchild
    Bali and Blu: Friends of a Different Color celebrates a unique friendship between two unlikely creatures, a lovable elephant named (Bali) and a wise grasshopper named (Blu). The story educates children on the age-old lesson about being true to yourself despite the pressures of others by teaching all readers that it's ok to be friends with someone different from yourself, just be open to all possibilities and build a long lasting friendship.
  • Rose and Her Amazing Nose

    by Andrew Fairchild
    Rose and Her Amazing Nose is a witty and brilliantly illustrated children's picture book that tells the story of a unique little girl named Rose who encourages children to embrace their quirky side and that being different can truly be amazing!
  • Shattered Lies

    by SJ Francis

    What happens to a family when age-old secrets and lies are revealed?

    She wants to know the truth, but some secrets might be better left alone… Kate Thayer has a good life as a veterinarian, running the family horse farm—until she uncovers an act of unimaginable treachery by those she trusted most and learns that everything she knew about herself was a lie. Her paternal grandmother, the woman who raised her, is behind a number of devastating secrets Kate is compelled to disc... more

  • Audie the Angel & The Afterworld

    by Erika Kathryn
    Earth is a just a pit stop in this final installment, and the Angel Army has the hardest quest yet ahead of them. On a rescue mission they meet Azrael, the angel of death. And they must get past the Limbo labyrinth, Madame Misfortune, a creepy circus, and an eerie masquerade ball. But getting to their friends, might just be the easy part—bringing them home, may prove impossible. Will Audie have to make the toughest choice of her life, when forced to choose between Cave and Luce? Audie the An... more
  • Audie the Angel & The Aging Plague

    by Erika Kathryn
    Audie, Cave, and the Angel Army are back in action! Dare Demons have been released on Earth, carrying an Aging Plague that turns humans into zombies. They have to travel across Heaven—combatting Sand Sharks and Sorcerers—to get to the Fountain of Youth before the plague spreads. Along the way, they help the Mermaid Tribe, team-up with Star Speakers, and learn the secrets behind rainbows. Can Audie prevent Luce’s fateful fall from Heaven? Audie the Angel and the Aging Plague is the second of ... more
  • Audie the Angel & The Angel Army

    by Erika Kathryn
    Twelve-year-old Audie, is the only Angel Phoenix and the final member of the Angel Army (Heaven’s last hope against an unknown evil.) The army includes: Luce—the handsome dark angel destined to fall from Heaven—and Cave—a human stowaway, crushing on Audie—as well as eight other angels with magical talents. Audie’s ordinary life changes, as she sprouts gold wings, and meets unicorns and mermaids. However, an evil elder angel has discovered a way to dominate Heaven. Audie has to conquer her new po... more
  • Breaking Matthew: A Novel (Healing Ruby Book 2)

    by Jennifer H. Westall
    Over four years have passed, and still Matthew Doyle can’t shake the guilt of turning his back on the girl who saved his life. Ruby continues to haunt his dreams, and the only way to move on is to seek her out and make things right. But tracking her down will change his life forever. A man is dead. And Ruby Graves stands accused of his murder. Can Matthew rebuild Ruby’s broken trust in him and save her life in return? Or will the trials he faces leave him broken instead?
  • Pigtails

    by Mariama Whack

    The role of a multicultural children’s book is to help children understand the differences, and similarities among one another. This can promote equality among children. In my book, Pigtails, all the girls are represented from different cultural backgrounds. Although they are all different, what they share in common is that they all have a similar hair style that girls' all over the world can relate to.

  • James and Games that are Not Games

    by Andrea Carrera
    James is an innocent child who likes to play games and thinks that his friends enjoy them as well. But one day, when his friends used his own games against him, James realized he was being a bully. Since that day, he tries to be an exemplary friend and help others when needed. No children are born mean or wanting to become bullies. All children are born innocent. They think that what they are doing is good and fun until they are shown otherwise by their parents, teachers, or other friends w... more
  • The Woven Tale Press Selected Works &The Empty Spaces Project Gallery Exhibit

    by Sandra Tyler
    The Woven Tale Press is an online literary and fine arts magazine, and this is the editors’ first printed edition of selected works. The intent of this selection is to represent the diversity of past contributors to the magazine–rather than the “best,” the eclectic. Monthly for their magazine, the Press editors seek to cull diverse talents from cyberspace, to highlight the story or poem otherwise buried in a blogger’s archive; the painting, sculpture or photograph from an artist’s site worthy of... more
  • A Visit from the Good Night Fairy

    by Renee Frances, B.S., B.Ed., M.A.
    This adorable bedtime story, beautifully illustrated and written in soothing verse, sets the stage for a good night's sleep by promoting a consistent bedtime routine, deep breathing, positive self-talk, and use of a nightlight. It also introduces the Good Night Fairy, who rewards a restless toddler for (finally) sleeping through the night on his own.
  • The Wall And The Abyss

    by J.M. Campos
    With subtleties of Dostoyevsky’s spiritual existentialism, touches of Kafkaesque narrative and voices that evoke Emerson’s Transcendentalism, "The Wall and the Abyss" is a transformative novel of a man who walks through India, Nepal and Southeast Asia in search of his wife. She talks to him through timely letters that she leaves on specific destinations, along the way. But she is never there, therefore he is forced to move to the next destination. He lives the paradox of search and find.... more

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