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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • 1862

    by C J Halbard
    Love meets madness on a 19th century frontier at earth’s end. He’s sent to investigate the wreck of a mysterious expedition ship off the wild coast of New Zealand. But the locals are strange, and the explorers driven insane.There’s one hope he still holds dear, a long-dreamed reunion with the final survivor, yet that connection proves the most twisted of all.
  • The Persephone Theory

    by Namir Rashid Thompson
    The Persephone Theory is one of the most interesting stories to read and by far one of the best books to mix comedy with horror and history. The Persephone Theory begins with the Greek myth coming to life as the goddess of harvest and fertility, Persephone, daughter of Zeus and Demeter, is taken by her uncle Hades to live in the underworld to become its queen, but is allowed to live among the humans possessing the one called Persephone. This Persephone is argent to those who love and hate her, a... more
  • the butterflies have died

    by Rinoshun
    'the butterflies have died,' is my debut poetry collection. It features 50 poems written by me on various things that happen around me and in the world. Some poems are on war as war troubles me a lot, some poems are on love and some other poems are personal poetry.
  • Peel's Biggest Hug

    by Robin Ellaby

    Meet Peel, a banana peel who'll go anywhere to give the biggest hug ever! 

    In Peel's Biggest Hug, Peel goes on a big-hearted journey to give hugs to all sorts of creatures bigger than him: to the grasslands for bunny hugs, to the treetops for birdy hugs, to the sea for dolphin hugs, and then into the night sky for one truly massive hug! When Peel finally returns home, he learns that the real biggest hug is the one with the most love behind it.

  • David: Rise

    by Mark Buchanan
    Mark Buchanan’s first book in a trilogy of novels vividly recreates the life and times of David, a man of many contradictions – poet, killer, God-lover, adulterer, brigand, fugitive, war hero. It’s a tale told through many eyes, those who love David and those who don’t, in details both intimate and epic. Three thousand years after he lived, David: Rise reminds us why he still captures our imagination and rivets our attention.
  • David: Rise

    by Mark Buchanan
    Mark Buchanan’s first book in a trilogy of novels vividly recreates the life and times of David, a man of many contradictions – poet, killer, God-lover, adulterer, brigand, fugitive, war hero. It’s a tale told through many eyes, those who love David and those who don’t, in details both intimate and epic. Three thousand years after he lived, David: Rise reminds us why he still captures our imagination and rivets our attention.
  • COVID-19 IMAGES: Pandemic Contemporary Art

    by Tom Zatar Kay
    And So The Sun It’s been honking all morning The highway is filled with cars Of people trying to make it someplace different than where they are Trying not to be late But the traffic’s making them wait. The cars pass by a school They pass by some stores and shops They pass by some restaurants and salons All working non-stop The day had only begun And there’s so much to be done Today’s a morning Just like any other morning Of human civilization under the sun. And so the ... more
  • Tapestry

    by Beth Duke
    Beth Duke, Author of #1 Best Seller It All Comes Back to You, delivers an emotional and inspiring novel about family, from the roots that ground us to the branches that allow us to take flight. "Beth Duke is a poet disguised as a Southern novelist. Tapestry made me laugh, made me think and in the end, made me cry. Tapestry delivers on ALL counts.” -Dan Brown, Author of Reunion Twenty-one-year-old Skye Willis lives in Eufaula, Alabama, a tourist mecca of stately homes and world-class b... more
  • Venice

    by Jaye Burke

    Treasured memories tell the beautiful, yet heartbreaking story of two young lovers torn apart by social class, greed, and the brutality of the Great War.

    Set in the aristocratic Garden District of old New Orleans and the Northshore of Lake Pontchartrain, wealth and poverty meet at the onset of World War I.
     

     

     

  • Kwanzaa Gets an A

    by Steven Thedford
    African storytelling is a tradition that has existed for centuries on the continent of Africa. Using history as a guide, Kwanzaa Gets An A tells the story about how the name of the holiday came into existence using a griot, an African Storyteller. As a result, the book was written to be an interactive experience where children participate, call and Response. In other words, as the griot tells the story of Kwanzaa Gets an A, the children will respond Ashe (ah-Shay), which is a West African word... more
  • Teddy Dee in the World of Shadows

    by Mark T. Sneed
    Teddy Dee is no boy scout. He is a corporate finger breaker who was imprisoned. Teddy Dee learns that he is dying. He wants to die having done some good. All the people that he has double-crossed do not want him to die nobly. He is trying to right some wrongs before his past catches up to him. No one said that dying was going to be easy.
  • VoIP Fundamentals

    by robbie wilson

    Whether you are planning to set up an all-new virtual phone system or scale your existing one to support business telephony, knowing about the different choices stand undeterred. The age-old business phones are no longer fruitful and replacing them or restructuring them is the only way to use them for organizational profits.

  • Honeymoon Packages From Hyderabad

    by Hopper West

    Arranging a significant Honeymoon starts with picking an energizing destination that facilitates your marvelous desires for a perfect escape. Regardless, picking a place that both of you will absolutely revere isn't basic. So in case you are so far endeavoring to figure where you should be, you should encounter our Honeymoon Packages From Hyderabad. Go to our official site to see l... more

  • A Tomorrow Worth Living For

    by Todd McGee
    France, 1940 – Like every frightened boy in France, Raoud Le Meir dreads the arrival of the rampaging German Army. Rumors of fields drenched in blood, endless caravans of tanks and skies filled with airplanes dropping bombs by the thousands spread like a virus through the French countryside. Days after Hitler enters Paris, a garrison of soldiers appears in Chivegny. Raoud’s father, the mayor, urges neighbors and friends to cooperate and works to maintain an uneasy peace, but Papa cannot quell ... more
  • Luke Under Fire: Caught Behind Enemy Lines

    by D. C. Reep
    It’s 1914 when Luke Sawyer finds himself in the first major battle of World War I when his regiment is ordered to “resist to the end.” Luke fights to save his friends, dodge enemy bullets, escape a German prison, and evade heart-pounding danger behind enemy lines.
  • SONGS OF A PRODIGAL SON

    by Steve Grandinetti
    Songs of a Prodigal Son is a new American novel by Steve Grandinetti. Set in 1992 our young musical protagonist Tony Benedetto experiences an epic Saturn return triggered by his estranged mother Sofia's death which forces him to make a cross country journey from Los Angeles back east to the Bronx, NYC for her funeral and wake. We join Tony on his trip meeting new and old friends alike; Blues legend Moses Law, The Rabbi our narrator, Isabella Della Croix, and many more fascinating characters as ... more

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