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  • The Golden Age of Charli: RSVP

    by Jena C. Henry
    Charlotte McAntic spent her thirties, forties and even fifties in peace and harmony aligning her marriage, mortgage, careers and children. As she stumbles into a new phase of life- also known as the Golden Years- Charli cannot help but wonder where the gold and her husband, Pud, are hiding. Pud is happily cruising down the retirement path that, for him, leads to the golf course. While Charli spend her days at home cleaning our closets, she yearns to gaze deeply into Pud’s blue eyes and remember... more
  • Broken Crutch

    by Beverly J. Walker
    Broken Crutch tells the story of the lives of three dysfunctional individuals: Mercedes Kemp, a single mother, rebuilds her life after an abusive relationship. Desiring a more affluent life she begins transporting drugs. The money is great; but the drug lord is the devil incarnate. Intuition tells her something is wrong. Can she get out in time? Kodjoe Jackson, a widower and father, hates everything about drugs. But what will he do when he finds himself addicted to the very substance he despises... more
  • Birthright

    by T. J. Pulley

    Experience a journey that leads to a legacy. Birthright brings the imagination to life and explores true faith. Orion discovers that life can be so much more.

    There are so many things in life that we must work hard for. Other things come to us just from being born. What an amazing feeling to have something of importance given to you. In Birthright, author T. J. Pulley tells the story of a young college student Orion who inherits an extraordinary gift after suffering the loss of his gran... more

  • Chickadees, Bumbelbeez, Pussy-Willow Trees and Two-And-A-Half

    by Jeffrey Politsky

    Chickadees, Bumbelbeez, Pussy-Willow Trees and Two-And-A-Half, by Jeffrey Politsky, is a children’s book of adventure. It is recommended for ages 4-9.

    “Kids who still have their parents read to them really like the book, as do kids who are independent readers,” says Dr. Politsky. “The reviews of parents and children who have read the book are very favorable: adults really like the message and the children just love the story. I hope many more chil... more

  • The Tiny Confinements Miscellany

    by Kim Velk
    A writing sampler featuring short humor pieces and short stories.
  • An Ode to the Humans Who've Loved and Left Me

    by JS Lee
    A man loses the woman of his dreams due to his philandering ways. A lesbian couple are on the brink of an opportunity of a lifetime. A vibrant family with an adopted Chinese child struggles with racial bullying and extramarital flirtations. A successful Japanese American woman in her thirties is disheartened by the dating pool. What do they all have in common? A cat. In the meantime, Charlie—the cat—is suffering from somewhat of an identity crisis. His caretakers, environment, and name change... more
  • Kessy Ventures

    by Joan Dee Wilson
    This easy reading Children's Picture Book is an action adventure story about a young boy, Grant, and his wild falcon friend, Kessy. Grant is unaware that a group of grand folks whom were: doctors, inventors, ranchers, bakers or makers of big Navy ships and more, will come to help - or possibly complicate matters. Although Kessy knows and can see everything, it's his encounter with this lively group of wily but wise that drives the suspense.
  • I I am John, I am Paul; A Story of Two Soldiers in Ancient Rome

    by Mark Tedesco
    I am John, I am Paul; A Story of Two Soldiers in Ancient Rome. The book is the product of eight years of research, and gives an accurate and exciting picture of life in 4th century Rome under Constantine and Julian, Emperors. The story is truly gripping as these two soldiers experience the cataclysmic times in which they lived, their bond to one another, and their decision to follow “The Way”. The nature of the bond between the two men is left up to the reader to decide, but their attachment to ... more
  • Shallcross

    by Charles Porter

    “Are you sure the voice in
    your head is always your own?”

    A modern-day Odyssey. A modern-day romance. Shades of A 
    Clockwork Orange with a shocking end and a surprising
    view from inside a man’s split mind, Shallcross tells the story of
    a middle-aged car dealer who entertains and haunts himself in a
    heated hatchery of colorful phanera, film, and music, spawned
    in the auditory and visual hallucinations he’s experienced since
    ... more

  • The Zum Zum Girls

    by Lynn Wachtel
    Relive the incredible sixties in New York City through the eyes of The Zum Zum Girls--Lori, Angela, Marcia, and Priscilla. The first in a series, reminiscent of Candace Bushnell's Sex and the City and Lauren Weisberger's The Devil Wears Prada, The Zum Zum Girls is the exciting story of four bright, determined, and spirited young women who, while attending business school, develop a special friendship--a bond that will last a lifetime. An inspiring and often funny narrative of their lives, loves,... more
  • Willow the Vam-PIE-her

    by Samantha McEachin-Ifill
  • The Mother-in-Law Cure

    by Farha Hasan

    The Mother-in-Law Cure is a modern day fairy tale that chronicles the rise of the book’s central character, Humara from orphan to power matriarch in an affluent family. Humara’s influence spans generations and continents, but things are seldom as they appear. Humara’s prosperity is not simply good fortune but stems from something dark and sinister – as those who encounter her quickly begin to realize. It seems that nothing can stand in Humara’s way as she pulls t... more

  • I Want Cake!

    by Jo Ann Kairys
    Parents, teachers and librarians concerned about the lack of diversity in children's books will welcome "I Want Cake!" an intergenerational picture book featuring three precocious siblings as they venture through their multicultural neighborhood looking for cake for breakfast. The story, for children ages 4-8, begins with 6-year-old Leen telling her older sister, YaYa, she wants cake for breakfast. Though at first YaYa resists the idea, together they quickly rope in their little brother Jad... more
  • Watchers and Dancers: A Modern-day Take on Louisa May Alcott's Little Women

    by RoZita Berry
    An affectionate and gently humorous retelling of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women with a modern-day setting.
  • Two Wild Swans

    by RoZita Berry
    A bittersweet romantic war story in the tradition of A Farewell to Arms, Gone with the Wind, and The English Patient. When Ursula von Schattenberg-Wenzler, better known as Uschi, became engaged to dashing German fighter pilot Martin Hinterhofer, everyone thought she had made an incomparable match. Then she fell in love with Julio Romero, a charming Spanish musician with a dark secret. But how would Martin take it? And what would become of Uschi's brother Albert, whose mind had been seriously imp... more
  • One Love

    by Thomas Duffy
    One Love begins as a young man named Timothy meets a girl named Melody. She seems to be the girl of his dreams but when things don't go as planned, he moves forward and settles down with another girl named Cindy. As years pass, Timothy reconnects with Melody who is now married with children. He begins an affair with her that will change both of their lives and force him to evaluate the decisions he has made in his life. One Love is a story of family, romance and heartbreak. It will make you sear... more