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  • Beyond Derrynane: A Novel of Eighteenth Century Europe (Book One, The Derrynane Saga)

    by Kevin O'Connell
    Beyond Derrynane traces the largely-fictional lives of several of the O’Connell family of Derrynane in County Kerry, Ireland in the mid-to-late eighteenth century, focusing on that of the Gaelic poet, Eileen O’Connell. Wed at age sixteen, solely for the purpose of protecting and advancing the O’Connell family’s interests, she is widowed before her seventeenth birthday. As resolute as she is beautiful, Eileen refuses to yield to yet another arranged marriage, but rather, through the auspice... more
  • The Latina President

    by Joe Rothstein
    “The whole financial system’s rotten and it’s rotting the political system. We’ve got to get control of it before it tears the country apart.” Isabel Aragon Tennyson is heiress to a family fortune built upon the criminality of its Mexican conglomerate. After her election as president of the United States, “Tenny,” as she is popularly known, embarks on a fearless crusade to rein in the financial and political power of her own family’s company and others like it in the U.S. and around the world. B... more
  • Kakie's Attic: Creakings in the Attic

    by AP Wolf
    Take an adventure rummaging through Kakie's Attic where thoughts, dreams, and ideas take on a life of their own in this anthology.
  • Sunflowers in a Hurricane

    by Anne Faye
    George Ferguson, an elderly gentleman, still misses his beloved wife who died in childbirth many years before. Cheryl Callahan is an angry single mother who left her home and her faith after high school and never looked back. Her teenage daughter Ruth chafes under her mother’s rules and resents having to travel from Ohio to Massachusetts to bury a grandmother she didn’t even know. When Cheryl and Ruth move next door to George, the older man and young girl form an unlikely friendship as all th... more
  • Light As A Feather

    by Lissi Kaplan
    Little Feather, a fledgling wren, seeks the meaning of his song with love and care from his spirit guides, who help him find the special message all birds are meant to carry. Illustrated with the author's delicate paintings, "Light as a Feather", evokes what a tender soul may aspire to be.
  • Nana's Place: There's an Iguana in My Toilet

    by Jenniffer Harr
    THERE'S AN IGUANA IN MY TOILET is a book inspired by true events at Fort Clayton, Republic of Panama. A girlfriend of mine found an iguana in her outside toilet. She had to call around to find someone to extract the iguana. It is one of many books in a series called NANA'S PLACE. I am Nana and I write books about friends and family favorites. Dogs, cats,birds,dragons, ...well, you get the idea! I love to write and was encouraged by my mother to do so. She passed 4 years ago August and I h... more
  • 9 Days of Summer

    by Coby McGuire
    9 DAYS of SUMMER is a story inspired by three fifteen-year-old friends who embark on a journey of discovery during the summer of 1987. Told through the eyes of the main character, Tobin O’Hagan, it delineates the magical bond of young friendship, the wonderment and often perplexing nature associated with first love, and the desolating effects of losing someone close – Giving a poignant reminder to never take anything in this world for granted. Through humor, and utter honesty, the characte... more
  • Struggles of the Women Folk

    by TM Brown
    Life is extremely hard for young Georgie, and she dreams of a better life, since she ends up experiencing great loss and hardships in her current life. The book is highly relatable and is an excellent read for anyone who wants to curl up with a book on a quiet day. It highlights the struggles of black women, during the early 1900s, and takes you on a captivating journey, which is extremely relatable for every woman. -
  • The Lost Codex of the Christian Heretics

    by Kyla Merwin

    The Da Vinci Code meets The English Patient in this thrilling new novel by Oregon author, Kyla Merwin.

    Unravel the mysteries of early Christianity as three daring friends search the remote and mysterious landscapes of 1947 Egypt--unveiling the most controversial archaeological discovery in 2,000 years.

    In their search for the lost Gnostic Gospels, the intrepid adventurers confront religious zealots charged with destroying the manuscripts, a clan of feuding tribes... more

  • Sleepy in the Savanna

    by Nicole Serra-Gonzalez
    This is a great bedtime story for your little ones. Mama Giraffe goes to tuck in her calves and learns just how much they all need her, even the older ones. After she finally gets them all settled, Papa Giraffe comes home and wakes everyone up. What will Mama Giraffe do?
  • Scary, Scary Sasha

    by Starr T. Balmer
    Creepy, crawly bugs give Sasha goose bumps. First, she found a bug in her favorite food. Second, she saw a bug crawling all over her favorite toy. Then, she dreamt that thousands of bugs invaded the world. And now Sasha has to pick vegetables from her mother’s garden — a dark, eerie place where she believes all of the creepy, crawly bugs live forever and ever. Her mother tries to convince Sasha that everyone is afraid of something, and that many of the bugs in the garden are there to protect the... more
  • The Washing of Brains

    by Johnny Townsend
    A world-weary man becomes a widower for the third time. A non-Mormon couple allow their teenage daughter to be baptized but are then shocked when she rejects them and moves in with a more righteous family. A man awakens to celebrate a milestone birthday only to discover that horrifying world events demand his attention instead. A budding feminist tries to make a political statement by giving birth to her “illegitimate” son in church just before Mother’s Day. Missionaries in Rome try to prevent a... more
  • Evolution Revolution: Simple Machines

    by Charlotte Bennardo

    In a quiet wood, a common gray squirrel will declare war on the construction machines that have come to cut down his tree. Named Jack by the boy who befriends him, he learns how to use simple machines, like the wheel. He must convince the other woodland animals to join the fight. But as they take on the humans and machines, people notice Jack and his friends are smarter than ordinary animals. Now they are in more danger because the scientists want to capture them.

  • Mellow Submarine

    by Michael Atchison
    When his heiress fiancée Jenna vanishes, Mike McAfee falls under suspicion. When a tabloid trumpets his one-night stand with a co-worker, his world crumbles. His boss – Jenna’s father – fires him. The police grill him. The media devour him. To escape the pressure, Mike retreats to his childhood home. When a news crew shows up on the doorstep, Mike assumes the worst. But when he learns that Jenna has been living a secret life with an old boyfriend, Mike's reality changes instantly. With help from... more
  • Olivia's Revenge

    by Rejane Ross
    Olivia's Revenge is a coming of age story. It narrates the life of a child who discovers at the tender age of seven, nearly by accident, that she is an illegitimate child. What's worst, her father turns out to be the local preacher. Now that might not be a big deal in 2016. But, in the 40's and 50's when Olivia grew up, that was like being branded with the infamous "S" scarlet letter. The shame and betrayal Olivia felt as a result of this secret spilling out, would turn her into a vicious, self-... more