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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Farmer Green's Amazing Animals

    by Susan Yanac
    Farmer Green’s Amazing Animals is a sweet story about a man named Hardy Green who had always dreamed of becoming a farmer. In Moyie Springs, Idaho he found the perfect spot, a farm that made his dreams come true. What a surprise he had when he discovered that there were no animals on the farm. Where had they gone? What should he do? A hunt for his animals and their safe return to the farm begins a loving relationship between Farmer Green and his obedient animal friends. This story is enhanced wi... more
  • Clowns and Buffoons: Short Stories

    by G. M. Potter
    A collection of ten short stories each of which involves characters who are clowns. There is a wide range of styles, including memoir, first person narrative, and drama. The collection focuses on the lives of clowns in the everyday world and the buffoonery that follows.
  • The Assassin (Mortal Beloved Time Travel Romance, #2)

    by Pamela DuMond
    Time Traveler. Messenger. Beloved. Spy. Madeline’s a Messenger: time traveling across lifetimes and delivering messages that could change one life or many. When she discovers that her true love, Samuel, is alive in present day but doesn’t remember her from their past, she journeys to a deadly royal conflict in medieval Portugal hoping to rekindle his memory. Mortal assassins as well as dark-souled time travelers seek to kill her. Will Madeline and Samuel be together again in life—or only in ... more
  • The Magic Phone

    by Gary Welch
    “The Magic Phone”. This 61,000-word novel’s target audience is 8-12 year olds, but throughout the book there is something for teens, adults and seniors to enjoy. The story starts out in a quaint little town on the south shore of Long Island, where a young girl (Abigail) is gifted a very special phone. Abigail later finds out that this phone not only looks different, but she also finds out that every app on this phone has its unique magical powers, powers that she never could’ve imagined. A phon... more
  • Deflowered Lyric: Save Our Children

    by JJ Staples
    “Deflowered Lyric” exposes the harsh realities of childhood sexual abuse by focusing on three characters. Lyric is a child whose deflowering was discovered by a trusted adult. Readers learn the fascinating details about how she handles that discovery. Also disclosed is another episode of abuse that is hidden permitting the reader to observe a parallel of Lyric’s pain between the incidents of discovery and silence. Another child Jada, is fearful of hurting her mother and therefore holds her sec... more
  • REQUIEM FOR A GAME

    by Edward Williams
    REQUIEM FOR A GAME is a subversive slap in the face to the game of Football and other Sacred Cows of American Culture, such as the college president pimp-state which sends children to the NFL, the still-unchecked fraternity rape culture, and the death of Feminism via "Google" porn. Told through the eyes of a young African-American teenager whose dreams of playing pro football are dashed by a head injury, Edward Williams' blistering satirical voice palpates the hot button issues of an "Easily Amu... more
  • Love In the Time of Contracts

    by Jethro Collins
    Closeted Hollywood action movie superstar John Hamilton has a secret, and he needs the perfect trophy wife to cover it up. Xanax-popping has-been actress Jenna Wells needs a miracle. After a string of bad PR moves and even worse movies, Jenna is out of work and out of money —making her perfect for John’s scheme—she’s a woman with nothing to lose. A contractual obligation is born and Jenna gets her second chance at fame. John's double life is meticulously planned and concealed by the Assoc... more
  • Shaketown: The Madam's Daughter

    by Joanne Orion Miller
    Based on a true story: When 18-year-old Irish Cayley teams up with a Chinese scholar to help a stranger, neither of them realizes their lives are about to change in unimaginable ways. San Francisco's gilt-and-grime 1890s set the stage for Cayley's transformation from a timid house-servant to unapologetic queen of the city's underworld. Wo Sam, wishing only to earn enough money to return to China, becomes a soldier in Chinatown's tong wars. Unable to return to his Chinese life after murdering a t... more
  • The Average Girl

    by Angelina Goode
  • The Commode Companion

    by Rolf Margenau
  • Ferguson's Tractor-biography

    by Daniel V. Runyon
    A Ferguson tractor tells how she was almost sold for scrap before being saved and restored. A scholarly mole overhears her ruminations, writes them down, and Ferguson becomes an advice columnist who adds her "selected Ruminations" to the last half of the book. This tale is an allegory for becoming a godly person.
  • 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

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