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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Journey of Joseph Winter: A Christmas Fairy Tale

    by John Anthony

    Joseph Winter is a good and gentle man, but he carries with him the pain and regret of a childhood mistake.

    When a package mysteriously arrives on his doorstep, he is invited on a trek that defies logic. Traveling far from his quaint home in St. Paul, Minnesota, into the snowy landscapes of the Arctic, his inspirational journey takes him in search of the one man who may be able to help him find peace—Santa Claus.

    An old-fashioned Christmas tale in the style of the classic st... more

  • Medals & Memoirs: Wings

    by Scott Harding

    Even heroes need a hero sometimes. For one decorated World War II pilot, an unlikely hero saved his life then taught him how to live. Journey with them as they travel the country to provide closure to families of fallen heroes and open new adventures along the way. You will laugh and you will cry.

  • Paxon Chute: A Novel about Life and Other Funny Things in the Texas Hill Country

    by Keith Cartlidge
    Renewed rumors of a lost treasure have brought more tourists than usual to the historic Texas Hill Country town of Paxon Chute and overworked park ranger Edgar Rerd can’t keep them all in check. With a new baby and his wife’s income on hold, their debt rises as Edgar struggles to keep his head above water. Things look brighter when childhood friend and slick businessman Marlon Ezell returns home with a chrome-plated development that could pay off big for Edgar, but at what expense to Paxon Chute... more
  • Adjusting The Rear View

    by Hilari Cohen
    Full Synopsis for “Adjusting The Rear View” This is a story told in both the present day and in flashback. We meet our protagonists as grown women but are taken back and forth through time to how they met so that we can gain a full understanding of their relationship, and how much they value each other’s friendship. Tobey Springer shows up at her best friend Jillian Bowman’s house on an early spring morning in a frenzy. Jillian has been depressed since the suicide death of her husband ... more
  • Watch It Turn

    by Vidyut Kapur

    "The job of this world is to turn and you must learn to just watch it turn."
    Before Gautam Singh can hear and understand those words, he has to live awhole life. A life whose focus shifts from friendship and love tosuccess and ambition. A life which culminates in a spiritual quest,undertaken in the most unlikely place with the most unlikely teacher.

    Set in the backdrop of the rise of the Indian IT industry, "Watch It Turn"is a novel with ch... more

  • Sparks Fly

    by Kadian Thomas

    Calina Cabhair, a sixteen-year-old high school junior is trying to figure out what to do with the rest of her life. For her, deciding a path is no simple task. All that is pushed aside, however, when Calina accidentally falls through a portal that transports her to a land called Kollosnia. Calina is amazed by the new world, but she has little time to savor it, as she finds out she s just landed in the middle of a brewing war, with the monstrous Dark King ruling the land. Calina has no intenti... more

  • Sea of Troubles (a novel)

    by William Bateson Rue
    Set in the mid 1970s, Sea of Troubles is the coming of age story of CHRIS BROOKS. Chris is 13, the youngest child in his family. His father, JOHN BROOKS, has been wiped out financially and his parents have been forced to sell their palatial Fifth Avenue apartment (and much of their valuables) and move into a small, modestly appointed house in Derring Harbor, Long Island. His father is an alcoholic and his parents’ marriage is falling apart. His family’s one remaining finger-hold to old New ... more
  • One Broken Day

    by Melissa MacVicar
    After a notorious school shooting leaves her a shadow of the girl she once was, seventeen-year-old Lizzie Beringer moves to Nantucket Island. There, Lizzie vows to hide her identity as the shooter’s sister. All her efforts to fly under the radar, however, are complicated by her P.T.S.D. and the attention she receives from two competing boys. While fending off the not-so-subtle advances of popular athlete Michael Wickersham, she must also deal with her growing feelings for her shy lab partner Gag... more
  • Walter the Raindrop

    by Linda Seebeth
    Walter thought he was an insignificant drip but soon discovered he was so much more!
  • Two Big Days

    by Rickey Lee
    The book has a “mystery element” of suspense and surprise—such a popular facet with books with great sales. An undercurrent, a type of news angle, begins and proceeds throughout each story. Interestingly, America’s Second Black President was entirely completed before “any idea“ of Mr. President Barack Obama’s campaign. Both novelettes are classed into a hybrid of researched history and fiction. The main character in The New Soul Man is a preacher; the second central character found in Americ... more
  • The Other Side of Christmas - An Upside-down Book

    by Beth Gully
    This ambigram book has two stories in one. The first story tells the contemporary story of Christmas. When the book is flipped over and read upside down, the second story tells the biblical message of the holiday.
  • The Tribulations of August Barton

    by Jennifer LeBlanc
    August Barton could never have mentally prepared himself for his freshman year of college: not only has his anxiety increased, but his parents are divorcing, his new roommate thinks Augie is the biggest nerd in existence, and his grandma, a retired prostitute named Gertie, has taken to running away from her nursing home. Augie just wants to hole up in his dorm room with his Star Wars collectables and textbooks, but Gertie is not about to let that happen. What ensues is a crazy ride including nak... more
  • Tizita (The Fleur Trilogy Book 2)

    by Sharon Heath
    Physics wunderkind Fleur Robins, just a little odd and more familiar with multiple universes than complicated affairs of the heart, is cast adrift when her project to address the climate crisis is stalled. Worse still, her Ethiopian-born fiancé Assefa takes off right after her 21st birthday party to track down his father, who’s gone missing investigating Ethiopian claims to the Ark of the Covenant. Fleur is left to contend with the puzzle of parallel worlds, an awkward admirer, and her best fr... more
  • The Memory Box: A Novel of Love, Regret and Memory

    by Jay Caselberg
    In Woodford Park, a small seaside town, Angelica and Walter's paths cross by accident, drawing them into discoveries about the town, themselves and each other.
  • Baxter Goes To Imagination Land

    by Jenn Duggan
    Mostly made-up adventures inspired by a mostly real dog named Baxter. Follow your imagination past the sneaker trees and cupcake bees to a place only you can see.
  • Dirty Living

    by Sierra
    After being released from prison, Deshonne "Magic" Robinson returns to his family's home in the suburbs of Delaware in hopes of a normal life. He soon realizes that everything has a price and without a dollar, he has to work for everything or get it the best way he knows how. As Magic takes you from Wilmington to New Castle, you're captured in the riveting twist and turns that lurk around every street corner. In order to come out clean it's gonna take a little Magic, when you're living dirty...