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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Moskowitz Code

    by Joel Bresler

    Just When You Thought it was Safe to be Healthy… When his doctor mistakenly types the wrong code into his electronic medical record, Myron Moskowitz – Mike, to the entire world except his mother, Celia – finds life, or at least the one he's grown used to, suddenly turned tush-over-teakettle. With that single dodgy digital diagnosis, a chain reaction is set in motion leading Mike to lose his job, accidentally get all trace of himself wiped off of every computer in the kn... more

  • Eyesore

    by Kyle David Iverson

    Tor Leingaard is a semester away from graduating college. While his friends lock down positions in marketing and banking and administrative assistance, Tor can barely align the bullet points on his resume. He tells himself that the jobs his friends are getting aren’t right for him. That they’re meaningless at best and soul-crushing at worst. Still, he wonders if he’s being left behind.

    To clear his head, Tor paints graffiti. He’s been painting the same spot for y... more

  • Light the Christmas Tree

    by Doug Baney
    Chuck Crane quits his job with an international highway construction firm and moves his family from Weston Massachusetts to Shelburne, Ontario Canada. All is well in their new home until a fateful trip to the Christmas tree farm. Trouble begins when the Christmas tree lot is out of trees and Chuck cuts a tree from dead man Waller's estate. The family loses their house to disaster, but gain a newfound sense family and tradition.
  • The New Year

    by Chance Daniel Smith
    The New Year is a literary fiction in which a young intellectual by the name of Jack Redding leaves his family, friends, and academia behind in the name of love. His adventure seems at first to be a grand one, fraught with sex, drugs, and the beautiful American West, but as enemies of his lover Karyn become wise to his presence, Jack finds himself very much unwelcome in his new Rocky Mountain home. Will Jack be pushed out by the violent harassment of old rivals? Or will the sins of his past snea... more
  • Last Chance for a Slow Dance: Little Joy

    by Endless Meghan Warner
    Veteran transplants of Los Angeles trade in their rose-colored glasses for a healthy dose of cynicism when they realize Hollywood Boulevard’s glitter is actually broken glass and that diamond is the head of a lighter snapped off. Following your dream means competing against a market of a thousand puppy-eyed hopefuls ready to stab or sabotage their way up the ladder. Finding love comes with serial dating and long-term dating is a relationship lasting two weeks… Until the click happens with anot... more
  • Hogarth's Reign of Terror

    by James Delaney

    Hogarth's Reign of Terror is the first chapter of a four-part series called The Hogarth Saga. The Hogarth Saga follows the exploits of Hogarth, a 12-year old boy (in the first three books-he's a young man in the fourth), who does some very bad things. In Hogarth's Reign of Terror, he begins by building a guillotine and uses it to dispatch the cats, then the dogs, and then other animals in the neighborhood. But why he does it is a mystery.

  • Encounters Unforeseen: 1492 Retold

    by Andrew Rowen
    After 525 years, the traditional literature recounting the history of Columbus’s epic voyage and first encounters with Native Americans remains Eurocentric, focused principally—whether pro- or anti-Columbus—on Columbus and the European perspective. A historical novel, Encounters Unforeseen: 1492 Retold now dramatizes these events from a bicultural perspective, fictionalizing the beliefs, thoughts, and actions of the Native Americans who met Columbus side by side with those of Columbus and other ... more
  • The Best Season: The Challenging Finish

    by Bob May
    Back Cover – The Best Season – The Challenging Finish The Best Season – The Challenging Finish completes the two book Best Season Series of twenty one Negro League Stars (nineteen in National Baseball Hall of Fame) and four free-agent Major League pitchers with stats from their Best Season in Major league Baseball (Don Newcombe, 1956 Dodgers; Luis Tiant, 1968 Indians; J R Richard, 1979 Astros; Donnie Moore, 1985 Angels). 165+ game season against 375 of the greatest Major League players from 18... more
  • Moon

    by Lucia Spalletti
    A modern fairy-tale as light as the wind, as enchanting as the ocean, as wondrous as the moon.
  • The Sun Shines Brightest at Midnight

    by Youlanda Brewster
    The saga of a multi-cultural, multi-racial family which spans over 250 years and covers the globe. Celebrate the resilience of the human spirit and the American dream. See America as a cornucopia rather than melting pot, where differences are celebrated, thus invoking a rainbow of color in a dreary world.
  • The Last Gandhi Movie

    by Deepak Mankar

    The Last Gandhi Movie is experimental-historical literary fiction. There are three parallel strands in the narrative: Gandhi, movies and the nameless narrator's capers. The Last Gandhi Movie also experiments with RetroNotes, the new avatar of footnotes/endnotes. RetroNotes works as an integral part of the narrative giving it contextual depth and width. At times, they act as a commentary with contrarian pungency. At others, they behave as a distancing or alienation device. The novel also h... more

  • Tom and Lovey: Under the Moon into the Wood

    by G.R. Jerry
    On a ten year mission to avenge the brutal sacrifice of her man by Stargut, the local sheriff, himself on a mission to create the perfect man-beast, Lovey, abandoned by her spellbound friend Patty, is joined by a stranger. Tom is a preacher of sorts, who has followed the scent of evil for a hundred years. He mysteriously appears in the Village of Wrong, the rural Midwestern town and its mutant inhabitants, mere creations of the devil lawman. Together the three converge under the moon into the wo... more

    by Karen Stensgaard
    Planning a vacation was never so complicated or dangerous. After a traumatic night, businesswoman Kat Jensen de-stresses with shots of Scandinavian aquavit known as ‘water of life’ liquor. With her audit consulting business closing and nothing keeping her at home in New York City, Kat has a few months before starting another job search. She decides to do something special - a cruise onboard an old clipper sailing ship pictured on an aquavit bottle. Despite finding a fantastic voyage and itiner... more
  • South of Main Street

    by robert gately
    The mother dies, the dad’s emotionally challenged, and one of the two daughters is suing her father for financial control of the multi-million dollar estate. That’s the setup of South of Main Street, a heartwarming story named for the dividing line that exists between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’ in a fictitious town of Coalsville, Pennsylvania. The story centers on Henry who most believe is a simpleton by nature, or suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress from a war long forgotten. Sharon, the y... more
  • Ephemeral

    by Andie Andrews
    When a jaded romance writer takes up horseback riding as research for her latest project, she joins up with a horse on an accidental journey that will challenge everything she knows about love… Enter into New Jersey’s legendary horse country, where wealthy women, six-figure performance horses, and elite show barns are part of the natural landscape. It’s into this white-gloved arena that Clarissa Stamos, a reclusive, midlife romance writer is thrust when she decides to write a country-western rom... more
  • The Christmas Room

    by Denny Hartford

    Serenity can be found in the most unlikely places. 

    Carolyn Kovacs, the visionary director of Villa Vista Care Community, welcomed the Christmas Room idea.  So too did the staff and residents.  Businessman Clark Gritzner, however, is an exception and in his zeal, he triggers a medical emergency that places his mother in the hospital and threatens to expose mysterious crises in his private life.  Unveiling (and ultimately resolving) those troubles provides just one of... more