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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • I, Kidney

    by Chris Six
    Joe Zizzi's childhood in the 1950s had everything a kid could want--pro athlete dad, wonderful mom, cool big bro. When the '60s kick in, this ideal life is violently shaken: a car crash claims his mother's life and his father's career, and brother Matt becomes distant and disturbed. Over the years, Joe learns to cope and carves out a niche for himself as a college sports star, and later as a coach and writer, but he can't quite shake the family legacy. Diagnosed with kidney failure, the semi-pro... more
  • Risk the Wings of Sisterhood

    by J.R. Evangelisti

    Julie Pastel is a drama queen, spouts Shakespeare quotes when annoyed or anxious, never dated in high school, and views the romantic world through books and movies. She comes from a modest background and has no money, not athletic, hates dodgeball, is on her way to college on Scholarship and laments she never has had a true friend, boy or girl. Julie never takes risks. That is about to change when she meets the outrageous, outgoing, outspoken, Burkie Vivid. Burkie has great wealth, needs the ... more

  • Afternoon

    by Robert Lampros

    Afternoon is a novella for young adults about courage, faith in Jesus Christ, and growing up in a surreal and challenging world.

  • The Pastoral

    by Jon Lawrence
    The Pastoral is the semi-fictional account of British composers Ralph Vaughan Williams and George Butterworth during the First World War. Both saw active service and witnessed the horrors of trench warfare; Vaughan Williams as a member of the medical corp, while Butterworth fought at the Battle of The Somme. Following the events and timeline that we know to be true, Jon Lawrence offers a hypothesis of what might have happened and considers how the unimaginable terrors of war in France might affe... more
  • Albatross Bay

    by Jon Lawrence
    Albatross Bay is a moving novella from Jon Lawrence, the author of The Pastoral. A father watches his young son sleeping in front of the fire in a little house near the waters around Cape Horn. As the fire flickers he recalls his own difficult childhood and the love he had for the mother he lost and the father he feared. Finally, he recalls the legend of the albatross and begins to understand his grief and love. Albatross Bay is a meditation on the complex relations between fathers and sons,... more
  • Gift of Sydney: An Epic Novel of the Struggle to Forge the Multicultural, World-Class City of Sydney, Australia

    by D. Manning Richards
    GIFT OF SYDNEY is an epic novel of the struggle from 1903 until 1981 to forge the multicultural, world-class city of Sydney, Australia, as seen through the trials and tribulations of three families: Scots-Irish, Aboriginal, and Chinese, who suffered through two world wars and the Great Depression. It is the second in a three-book series about Sydney, Australia.
  • Destiny in Sydney: An Epic Novel of Convicts, Aborigines, and Chinese Embroiled in the Birth of Sydney, Australia

    by D. Manning Richards
    DESTINY IN SYDNEY is an epic historical novel about the birth of Sydney, Australia, in 1788 as a British penal colony and how three families: Scots-Irish, Aboriginal, and Chinese clash through the tumultuous years leading to Federation of Australia in 1901. It is the first in a three-book series about Sydney, Australia.
  • Playing Beneath the Havelock House

    by Jon Lawrence
    Set in the picturesque Pelorus Sounds in New Zealand's Marlborough region, Playing Beneath the Havelock House is the moving story of Dai and Bronwyn Ifans, a grieving couple who attempt to rebuild their lives after the death of their young son. As the sorrow threatens to destroy their relationship, two mysterious young children come into their lives and have a profound effect on them both. One is a withdrawn child with his own secrets while the other is a quirky and cheeky Maori boy. Connecting ... more
  • Ace Alligator Loves Apples

    by Leah M. Starks
    Leah M. Starks, introduces her first Pre-K book of the “A to Z Read with Me Phonics” series called “Ace Alligator Loves Apples.” In this early learner reading book, our friend Ace Alligator will drive, swing, and eat his way through the “A” alphabet sounds. It is our hope that children from Birth to age 5+ will love exploring with Ace while learning to pronounce the phonetic sounds of the letter “A.” His name is Ace and he loves Apples. Ace is our friendly Alligator with a hunger for allit... more
  • The Adventures of Mister Bubble - The Colouring Book

    by Luke Mathius Harlow
    The Adventures of Mister Bubble - The Colouring Book Colouring pages based on the illustrations from the storybook "The Adventures of Mister Bubble - Mister Bubble and the Thoughtless Children" “Because you squeezed my bottle and set me free, I will grant you three wishes,” Mister Bubble told the children. “Any three wishes you want. But beware; if the wishes are not kind and good, the wish you make is likely to go wrong!” (Mister Bubble from The Adventures of Mister Bubble - Mister Bubble and t... more
  • A Collection of Short Stories

    by Luke Mathius Harlow
    A collection of short stories, written by Western Primary School students, aged 7 years.
  • The Adventures of Mister Bubble: Mister Bubble and the Thoughtless Children

    by Luke Mathius Harlow
    “Because you squeezed my bottle and set me free, I will grant you three wishes,” Mister Bubble told the children. “Any three wishes you want. But beware; if the wishes are not kind and good, the wish you make is likely to go wrong!” Mister Bubble is a fun series of modern day fables for 4 - 8 year olds.
  • The Adventures of Mister Bubble - Spot the Difference

    by Luke Mathius Harlow
    The Adventures of Mister Bubble - Spot the Difference. Spot the difference pictures are based on the illustrations from the storybook "The Adventures of Mister Bubble - Mister Bubble and the Thoughtless Children" “Because you squeezed my bottle and set me free, I will grant you three wishes,” Mister Bubble told the children. “Any three wishes you want. But beware; if the wishes are not kind and good, the wish you make is likely to go wrong!” (Mister Bubble from The Adventures of Mister Bubble - ... more
  • Los Diggities by Name

    by Jeanie Cunningham and Elisabeth Thormodsrud (Co-Author)

    One day on the porch of her “new home” in the hills of Los Angeles, XENA, a rescued 7 year old brindle Great Dane, opens a conversation with her 2 best friends, OSO (an 18 month old rescued Golden Retriever/Chow mix) and OSCAR (a 10 year old rescued Boxer) with the question, “Like, how did we all get here to Los Angeles?” Xena had originally started out as a potential show dog—or at least that’s what she had been told by her first owner. Born and raised in ... more

  • Los Diggities by Name (Audio book)

    by Jeanie Cunningham and Elisabeth Thormodsrud
    One day on the porch of her “new home” in the hills of Los Angeles, XENA, a rescued 7 year old brindle Great Dane, opens a conversation with her 2 best friends, OSO (an 18 month old rescued Golden Retriever/Chow mix) and OSCAR (a 10 year old rescued Boxer) with the question, “Like, how did we all get here to Los Angeles?” Xena had originally started out as a potential show dog—or at least that’s what she had been told by her first owner. Born and raised in “the Valley” of Chatsworth, Californ... more
  • The Sins of Soldiers

    by S J Hardman Lea

    “All I needed to do was tick off the list of the old sins - lust, greed, anger, laziness, gluttony, and pride. At least three of those were going to cause trouble. And then, of course, there was the seventh, the most destructive of them all. Envy.

    We’d come to that one before the end.”

    It is 1916 and the war in France is hot and about to get hotter. Embedded undercover in a British infantry regiment on the Western Front, Anson Scott - an American newspaperman &nd... more

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