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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A White Room

    by Stephanie Carroll
    At the close of the Victorian Era, society still expected middle-class women to be “the angels of the house,” even as a select few strived to become something more. In this time of change, Emeline Evans dreamed of becoming a nurse. But when her father dies unexpectedly, Emeline sacrifices her ambitions and rescues her family from destitution by marrying John Dorr, a reserved lawyer who can provide for her family. John moves Emeline to the remote Missouri town of Labellum and into an unusual ... more
  • The Story Teller

    by William Baird
    The story of one man's family stretching over a century from Ireland to America. births, deaths, religious conflicts and grinding hunger; these are just some of the challenges faced. This is their story.
  • Unexpected Journeys

    by William Baird
    An ordinary man travels the road backward in time to trace his family beginnings. the family story becomes a winding journey that includes England, Puritan New England for the Salem Witch Trials, emigration to the US, and both the Civil War and WW2. These journeys urge the reader to complete the journey with the author. but, are the Journeys truly over?
  • Tessalation!

    by Emily Grosvenor
    Tiny Tessa Truman-Ling sees patterns in the strangest things! One day, Tessa's mama sends her outside to play. There, in a game of hide-and-seek, she discovers a thrilling beauty in the patterns of nature. In the wonderland of her backyard, Tessa explores a bee hive, a mushroom ring, a pile of leaves, and makes friends with turtles, fish and butterflies. As she gets lost in the patterns, she discovers that the world outside has a startling and comforting order to it. Join Tessa in this whi... more
  • Jestus on Rmpge

    by V.S.Sury
  • Slice

    by Mark Wayne Allen
    Is poetry meant to inspire love or terror? Do our religious leaders always lead us to mercy and love or do they sometimes lead down a darker path? Can a person show courage and forgiveness when forced into impossible circumstances? Is a man sane to care about a house full of trash and rats? These topics and more are explored in this new collection from the Bayou Writers Group in Lake Charles, LA-- Slice: BWG Anthology Vol. 2 Through memoir, poetry, humorous, serious, and—well, just plain weird —... more
  • Journeys (Bayou Writers Group Anthology) (Volume 1)

    by Mark Allen
    Whether it’s space academy, finding God, fighting wars, or bringing your cat to a psychiatrist, life takes us many interesting places. Some roads we choose. Some are chosen for us. But all have to be traveled. Join Bayou Writers Group as they explore life’s journeys in their new anthology.
  • The Boy Who Had A Peach Tree Growing Out Of His Head

    by Hal Ackerman
    From a man in need of a haircut picking up a hitchhiking rabbi whose Romanian village was decimated by the Nazis, to a family of rabbits, to an elderly man who might have gone to school with Lenin, to a hunch bettor at the race track who uses the results as a ouija board to his future, to a man whose wife left him via a text message, to the inner life of a queen bee, this eclectic compilation of stories examines the ties of family that break and bind. They are like sun showers, simultaneously... more
  • The Last Star & Other Stories

    by D.L. Orton
    Share the wonder. Experience the passion. Take the journey... FROM AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR D. L. ORTON comes a funny, provocative, and sensual collection of short stories. Laugh, cry, and linger over these brief but intense glimpses into the lives of two hesitant young lovers, a billion-year-old AI and his female companion, a human-dolphin friendship, a lonely divorcée who believes she's too old to fall in love, and more...
  • Other Worlds: Stories

    by michael hoffman
    It's a collection of 7 short stories. As follows: Granule and Mandolyn “There’s a world,” he said, speaking slowly and hesitantly, as a man does when his experience has outrun his vocabulary, “where there’s a thing called death. They are human there, like us, only… they come into being at a certain point in time, through a process called birth, and then… they die, they vanish.” The little group fell silent, and the silence seemed to spread to other parts of the room. Real Life H... more
  • Ruined Wings

    by Ashley Fontainne
    Seventeen-year-old Callie Novak is on the cusp of changing her life as she warms up for the final heat in the Women's 1600 meter track and field competition. While she sets a new state record, her family's worse nightmare is just beginning. When tragedy strikes the Novak family every reader will feel the pain of grief, the perils of drug abuse, the despair that leads to a shocking downward spiral and the strength that’s needed to overcome addiction.
  • Knights of Enmity

    by Sedrie Danielle
    Knights of Enmity is an adult urban fantasy series which follows the lives of the modern-day Knights of the Round Table. Sworn to defend Earth from the coming onslaught of angelic threat, the Knights find themselves immersed in drama as a series of bad decisions, love affairs, and murders creates tension within the magical world; hindering their ability to defend the Earth. Baron Samedi, the lord of Purgatorio and guardian of the spirit realms, witnesses the failures of the humans and descends t... more
  • The Dreamer Sleeps Without Dreaming

    by Jonathan Harnisch
    The novel thrives in the realm of anti-art, testing boundaries and throwing clever punches. "This example of anti-art deserves nothing short of scathing criticism," asserts the first page of Jonathan Harnisch's massive novel The Dreamer Sleeps without Dreaming. By turns aggressive and coy, The Dreamer plays with themes of rejection, desire, and self-discovery, but never reaches a firm conclusion. Georgie, sick and overly medicated, checks himself out of the local psych ward just in time for his ... more
  • Pastiche

    by Jonathan Harnisch
    Intense and artfully self-centered, this novel wraps around itself in search of release, after which the pleasure is over all too soon. Jonathan Harnisch's Pastiche is an exhaustive and frequently painful catalog of the struggles of the weirdly shy and chronically frustrated character Benny, who struggles to find a way to connect to the outer world. Benny likes latex. He likes to be encased, totally enclosed, and separated from reality by a thin, impermeable layer of rubber. His anxiety is that ... more
  • Meeting of the Mustangs

    by Cathy Kennedy
    A black colt is born into an exciting and dangerous world. Will his parents be able to protect him from becoming a victim? The wild mustangs encourage and protect each other, but what will happen when the man and his tame horse show up? Can the mustangs save themselves or will they be forced to abandon all they've ever known?
  • Skippy's Favourite Honey

    by Anthony Rebuck

    Imagine if you couldn?t find the food you liked most in the world. How would you feel? What would you do to get that thing you love?

    That is Skippy?s problem in Skippy?s Favourite Honey. Author Anthony Rebuck tells the story of the little kangaroo who lives in Australia. Unfortunately, all the stores there are out of the best honey in the world. When Skippy discovers it comes from Guatemala, she?s off on her search. And when she?s disappointed again, Skippy is off to England. Fat Fred ... more