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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Fourth Pillar

    by James Milton Smith
    Mr. Terry Irving is a four time Emmy award winning journalist. He edited and reviewed The Fourth Pillar. In the following you will find Mr. Irving's credentials and his review of The Fourth Pillar. I was most fortunate to be able to get Mr. Terry Irving to do my edit and I am grateful for his observations. He has put in place all the elements of a successful commercial thriller. The Fourth Pillar has been through numerous iterations with this acclaimed editor and writer. Mr. Irving i... more
  • The Fourth Pillar

    by James MIlton Smith
    Mr. Terry Irving is a four time Emmy award winning journalist. He edited and reviewed my book which is titled The Fourth Pillar. In the following you will find Mr. Irving's credentials and his review of The Fourth Pillar. I was most fortunate to be able to get Mr. Terry Irving to do my edit and I am grateful for his observations. He has put in place all the elements of a successful commercial thriller. The Fourth Pillar has been through numerous iterations with this acclaimed editor an... more
  • Armed & Delicious

    by Nathan Aylor
    Love, crime... and pizza. "Sparky" Lagala had become accustomed to a mediocre high-school existence spent dreaming of things he could never have--the girl, the car, and the respect. That is until the day he's hired as the roadside mascot for Tino's Pizza in Portland, Oregon, and discovers that his mysterious employer is, in fact, a major player in a foodie-based crime syndicate. It isn't long before Sparky finds himself taken in by a constellation of unique and ruthless characters, who ... more
  • The Color of Home

    by Tanja Kobasic
    Iris, a young bride-to-be, is just days away from getting married when her mother shares a long-buried secret with her only child. A story about war, survival, and a mother's enduring love.
  • Trusting the Currents

    by Lynnda Pollio

    Author Lynnda Pollio’s life changes when she begins hearing the voice of Addie Mae Aubrey, a Southern, African American woman from the late 1930s rural south. Together, they begin a journey into Addie Mae's turbulent teenage years that leads to the author’s own spiritual awakening.

    As Addie Mae, the narrator, shares her story about the struggle, tragedy and magic of her teenage years, she brings each reader into their own life story. It is a unique visionary novel with three levels of e... more

  • Stitches

    by Kathy Weyer
    When her husband Arthur dies, Jen Conrad opens a retail shop, much to the horror of her imperious mother and her society sister. Jen’s niece Tricia, her sister Maggie’s daughter, asks her to hand-knit a wedding dress with the intent of shocking her mother. A group forms at the new shop to help make the dress, which is kept a secret from Maggie, who has a very different idea of a society wedding; a hand-made dress is simply out of the question. Jen learns the value of true friendships with people... more
  • LADY LAW (The Nations Book 6)

    by Ken Farmer
    There was one female Deputy US Marshal in the Indian Territory. Her name was Fiona Mae Miller. The Fort Smith Elevator, in its November 6, 1891, issue described her…as a dashing brunette of charming manners…an expert shot and a superb horsewoman, and brave to the verge of recklessness. \t \tSome even went so far as to call her a female Bass Reeves…others just called her…LADY LAW. She doesn't backwater for any man… \tMarshal Miller is on a mission to bring a Cherokee renegade, Cal Mankiller, t... more
  • Edge of the Wind

    by James E Cherry
    Edge of the Wind centers around protagonist Alexander van der Pool, a 25 year old black man who is off his meds and hearing voices. The primary voice he hears is that of his alter ego, Tobi. Alex has been writing poetry and wants to find out if they are any good. He visits a literature class at a local college and when they try to put him out, he pulls a gun and takes the class hostage, instead. The themes of the book include: race, literature, poetry, father/son relationships,etc.
  • Tools of the Trade

    by Philip B. Persinger
    A heart-warming tale of alpha males facing a precipitous slide—for beta or for worse. Woody Steele is one of the richest men on the planet. Sadly one of his greatest assets has been recently downsized—sorry Casanova. Ivan Greenbriar, his fellow billionaire nemesis and creep extraordinaire, turns every activity into a pissing contest even when he’s alone. Sargent Scanlon, a hero cop solely on the merits of getting shot in the nuts, doesn’t know what fear is until he must match wits with his odiou... more
  • Born From the Ashes

    by Ronesa Aveela
    Illustrated short story. Kerana is spending the summer with her grandmother while her mother is busy with work. Keeping with old traditions, Baba (the grandmother) initiates Kerana as a znahar, an herbal healer, who people often call a witch. Things go wrong when she disobeys her grandmother's warning. In the tradition of family togetherness, Baba Treasure Chest stories are geared toward the entire family: Adults reading stories to children, families participating in activities, and childr... more
  • The Miracle Stork

    by Ronesa Aveela
    Rada knows little about her Bulgarian heritage because her family doesn't practice their customs. That changes when her grandmother comes to visit. On a trip to the zoo, Rada discovers more than animals. She learns that diversity is not something to be ashamed of. Her grandmother tells her about the traditions of their ancestors and the meaning of the martenitsi that she makes every spring. The Miracle Stork is a story about creating and maintaining traditions and customs to embrace who you are.... more
  • The Christmas Thief

    by Ronesa Aveela
    An illustrated short story about a boy discovering the true meaning of Christmas. Includes activities and coloring pages. This book is dedicated to people everywhere as a reminder of the beauty of Christmas when we count our blessings and help those in need. In the tradition of family togetherness, Baba Treasure Chest stories are geared toward the entire family: Adults reading stories to children, families participating in activities, and children working together on coloring pages.
  • Patching Time

    by Kathleen Curtin
    An irresistible tale of intrigue and suspense! PATCHING TIME takes us into the heart of contemporary rural Ireland where money lending, drugs, blackmail and murder are the back drop to a story about retribution, love and forgiveness. In the small quiet town of Killdoe, the lives of a cleaning woman, Lily Casey, and her daughter are threatened by one shop keeper’s obsession with vengeance for what she perceives as past wrongs to her family. Will Sheila O’Connell succeed in her twisted quest or ca... more
  • All The Dark We Will Not See

    by Michael Neff
    Under the presidency of former Hollywood actor, Ronald Reagan, the struggle for America's soul has begun—a trial of conscience and idealism versus idolatry and political dictatorship. Democracy is fading, and one woman in a solitary small agency created by Congress, the Office of Whistleblower Counsel, is determined to save it. The White House officials who stand in the way, however, are adamant and ruthless. Their plan is to clear the field for their corporate clients by making the governme... more
  • Let's Have Fun Vol. 3

    by A.A Schenna
    A May/December romance, angels versus demons, and a plus sized woman who discovers love along with other great tales of the Summer Solstice. Authors A.A. Schenna, Alex Pilalis, Jillian Chantal, J. Wayne Williams, Maighread MacKay, Margaret Egrot, Rachael Tamayo, Susan Lynn Solomon, Tevis Shkoda, and Virginia Babcock delight you with stories from the longest day of the year.
  • Sierra Becomes a Search Dog (Sierra the Search Dog)

    by Robert Calkins
    Sierra, a Golden Retriever puppy with a knack for hide-and-seek, becomes an unlikely hero when a little neighbor girl gets lost in the woods near her home. With practice and persistence little Sierra turns a children's game into a life-saving mission, earning the vest that marks her as an official search and rescue dog.

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