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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Broken

    by Roni Askey-Doran
    Today is Emily Zylaz’s birthday. This is the day that she has chosen to kill herself. After struggling for many years to cope with the roller-coaster of mental illness, a devastating failed marriage, and a soul-destroying career that is going nowhere, she’s giving up. Feeling like the only solution to all of her problems is to take her own life, Emily plans to hang herself at midnight. She believes no one will care that she’s dead, that she won’t be missed, and that everyone will be better off w... more
  • Infinite Ending: Ten Stories

    by Frank Marcopolos
    From a mysteriously life-changing and erotic coffee shop in Austin, Texas to college baseball diamonds in upstate New York, these ten tales transport the reader into lush fictional landscapes where compelling characters are thrown into predicaments that allow for philosophical debate as well as pure escapism.
  • Stephen's Presentation

    by seletha Tucker
    Stephen finds out he is ill at school and goes to the hospital to discover he has sickle cell anemia and wants to share this information with his fellow classmates
  • Saving Bone

    by Shelley Stoehr
    Izzy and bff Seven (whose name was supposed to have been “Steven”, but the “t” was left off his birth certificate) set out to rescue a dog, Bone, from its abusive owner. Although they fail repeatedly, they cannot stop trying – though Izzy wonders why not. What's so important that they have to risk "life and limb" to save this dog? But then Izzy learns a truth about Seven, a reality that is so horrible, that she realizes it isn’t only Bone who needs saving – it is Seven.
  • Shanna Poe's Imaginary World A Birthday Party

    by Deby C Gervais
    Shanna has a friend named Irga. Shanna loves to play with Irga. Until today, Irga has been Shanna's secret imaginary friend. Today is Shanna's fifth birthday. Shanna's friends will all be at her party. Shanna wants Irga at her party too. Shanna is so happy. It is going to be a Very Special Day! Imagination is an important tool for young children. It helps them make sense of their world, and to explore new ideas and situations in a safe environment. Make room in your child's world for art, read... more
  • Interrogating Ellie

    by Julian Gray
    On the eve of World War II a naïve young woman makes a fateful decision: she will abandon her British citizenship and go to live in Nazi Austria. When her marriage breaks down and she finds herself alone in an enemy land, her passionate, restless nature drives her in a struggle for survival against the odds. Who can she trust? And ultimately, who can she love? Interrogating Ellie is based on a true story. See http://www.interrogating-ellie.com for more details
  • Ere àwòrán

    by Michael Jay Nusbaum
    Ere Aworan is a story of slavery, love, hope and redemption. It follows the life of Osumaka and his family who are abducted from Africa and sent into slavery. It also follows two sailors from the US who are sent to stop the slave trade in the Africa Squadron. There, the two sailors, one from the south and one from the north, clash ideologically over the issue of slavery. Ultimately, the reality and horror of the slave trade change the mind of the sailor from the south until he too opposes slaver... more
  • The Zebra Party

    by Michelle Inda

    “Grandfather,” young zebra asked. “Where do zebra’s come from?” Juma had known that he would have to tell this story someday. “Onyango my boy,” he said, “the story goes something like this…

  • Interception!: When the Battle Becomes the War...

    by S. Denice Newton
    A divine war rages relentlessly just beyond the human senses. People everywhere are influenced by these invisible forces, in ways both wicked and pure, but wickedness has slowly gained the upper hand. In order to restore balance, help is needed from the human race. El Roi, the founder and chief justice of Azure, marked Keturah Rachel Adams at birth to serve as a bringer of light, hope and prosperity. Keturah is a seventeen year old honors student at Stratford High School in Edenton, Texas, with ... more
  • Tracks: Racing the Sun

    by Sandro Martini
    In this epic novel about the motor-racing heroes of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany, legendary characters battle to win incredible races on switchback roads along the edges of ravines. Exploring the relationships between the champions as much as the sporting events themselves, this is a thrilling tale based on the true rivalries, triumphs and disasters during a fascinating period in European sporting history.
  • Oliver and Jumpy, Stories 10-12 (Oliver and Jumpy, the cat series)

    by Werner Stejskal
    Oliver is an elegant tomcat and Jumpy his kangaroo lady friend. They both experience many adventures together. This cat picture book series is suitable for small children until primary school age.
  • Oliver and Jumpy, Stories 1-3 (Oliver and Jumpy, the cat series)

    by Werner Stejskal
    Oliver is an elegant tomcat and Jumpy his kangaroo lady friend. They both experience many adventures together. This is a picture book series for small children to prinary school age.
  • The Bewundering World of Bewilderbeests

    by Bailey Fort

    Beyond the high seas,
    A-way to the east
    Lies the Bewundering World of Bewilderbeests…

    So begins this charming adventure that introduces us to a colourful cast of strange and silly creatures. Rich illustrations and delightful poems full of wry wit bring to life such confounding beasties as a juggling Millipus, a scatter-brained Two-Headed Mugwump, and more. Bailey Fort's picture book debut captures the heart and spirit of a host of unique characters with a l... more

  • Ninth-Month Midnight

    by Marie Bacigalupo
    After struggling for years to conceive, Dolores Walsh loses her four-year-old daughter to cancer. A year later, at a bereavement support meeting in Queens, Dolores meets Sal Esperanza, a charismatic psychic who reportedly connects people with deceased loved ones. Dolores attends Sal’s séances, unable to resist his promise of hope or to ignore his powerful sensuality. Joe, her husband, insists Esperanza is swindling Dolores. When he pressures her to see a psychiatrist, she lays bare for the d... more
  • The Day the Walls Cried

    by Snook
    King and his mother, Jasmine, moves to the worst housing project in the city of Richmond after his grandmother dies. He is forced into an environment where he has to learn fast to survive where life changes forever. His mother is attacked in her bedroom while he listens from the other side of the wall of his best friend's bedroom. He is tormented by the screams of his mother and the sight of her blood. Taken in by remaining family member, Aunt Pearl, he meets her foster kid, Starr. They bond as ... more
  • Issues of the Heart

    by Snook
    Snook goes back to her roots of writing poetry. In her first collection of evocative poetry, she embarks on subject matters such as loss, love, abuse, relationships, courage, and wisdom. Although written in simplicity, her words are beautifully woven together. This collection opens the reader to an array of emotions.

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