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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Colonel

    by Beau North
    “This isn’t a love story, but the end of one. The story of two ships forever passing in the night. This is the story of my father and the woman he spent most of his adult life loving, a woman who was never really his.” 1950: After letting his chance at love with Elizabeth Bennet slip through his fingers a second time, Richard Fitzwilliam loses himself in women, whiskey, and war as he tries to forget what he left behind. Putting oceans, continents, and decades between himself and his heartbrea... more
  • Teddy and Teri: A Novel by

    by Dennis Littrell

    Theodore Roosevelt Crenshaw, "Best Heart-Throb" of his high school class, now in is early thirties is looking to get what he wants out of life regardless of what anybody thinks.

    He meets Pamela White, a sharp 38-year-old business woman whose sexual hunger cannot be drowned in bourbon. She makes him an offer he can’t refuse.

    At nearly the same time he runs into Beverly Simons, a slightly neurotic, rather plump high school classmate with whom he once had a one-night ... more

  • The Dragon Wagon

    by A.B. Writings
    The Dragon Wagon is a humorous, fully illustrated book that promotes children’s social skills through its endearing male and female characters’ attempts to play with an over-sized dragon sitting in an under-sized broken wagon. Using their individual strengths, each character tries to solve the problem of how to best pull the wagon. In the end, they all agree on a great solution as they learn to accept dragons as they are and not to judge them based on appearances! Both boys and girls can identif... more
  • Mercy

    by Mary Dalton
    Mercy a homely dog longs to go to her forever home. While living in a shelter she stays to herself. The owner tries to encourage Mercy to no avail. Today is Aidan's eighth birthday. The only thing he wants for his birthday is a dog to love. Being born blind his father would prefer he have a certified guide dog. Aidan pats each dog but none feel right until he meets trimbling Mercy. "I have found my dog," he exclaims! Follow Mercy and Aidan on their adventure that proves love truly is blind!... more
  • I'm Not Tired, No Not Me

    by donna black
    Little Emma loves her stuffies but when they are tired and ready for bed, Emma doesn't think she wants to join them.
  • Suicide Tango: My Year Killin' It With A Shrink

    by Tripsy South
    "Good Will Hunting slams into Pulp Fiction at 500 miles an hour!" SUICIDE TANGO is a story about love and teen suicide, featuring a series of in-depth psychiatric sessions over one year between a 17-year-old girl, Tripsy, and her 40-year-old male shrink, whom she affectionately calls "Dorkus." Tripsy is a super-smart and thinking "suicide" with a hyperkinetic knowledge of suicide in teens, especially girls. This Indigo Child’s mastery is accompanied by a caustic and devastating wit that ... more
  • DIY High

    by Amanda L. Webster
    When Gabby’s single mother loses her job because of her addiction to prescription pain medication. Gabby must step up to pay the bills and look after her younger siblings. Her mom won’t let her drop out of school to work at the truckstop full-time, but she does finally allow her to become a homeschool student. Before Gabby knows it, she is running her own Do-It-Yourself high school, DIY High.
  • Finding Tate

    by Ann Anthony
    In this heartwarming middle grade novel, summer is here, and Taylor and her best friend, Carey, have planned “makeover” missions. Each girl has chosen one thing in her life she wants, no needs, to change before seventh grade begins in their new junior high. Taylor wants to change her name, a relic from an ancient relative revered by her father. But when Taylor’s long-lost Aunt Julie appears out of the blue with her 15-year-old daughter, Tate, everything changes. Taylor suddenly has more m... more
  • Out of the Rabbit Hutch

    by Nanette L. Avery
    This is a story of freedom, risk, and unspoken truths; a time before and after the American Civil War and the eradication of the Aboriginal people in Van Diemen’s Land (today’s Tasmania). Out of the Rabbit Hutch unites the power and drama of two distant countries and two generations. Populated by socialites, opium users, slave hunters, and war heroes, the novel chronicles the remarkable tale of a Civil War veteran, Asa Young. Unable to speak and still seemingly broken from the war, he is rele... more
  • Everything For Love

    by Kate Smith
    A wedding… Two exes… What could go wrong? All promises come at a cost, and Aiden has made many he cannot break. Especially the one made to a man on his deathbed. Take care of our Savannah. Now he must learn to parent a teenage daughter he barely knows… without the benefit of the woman he loves. Once he navigates the two weekends at his best friend’s wedding, he intends to embrace the future. Without Emily. Emily may have regrets, but she also has a career and life in Chicago and refuses to... more
  • Everything We Lost (The Hamilton Series Book 1)

    by Kate Smith

    A devastating loss. A faded photo. A fateful meeting.

    Two years ago, Savannah lost her adoptive mother in a tragic accident, leaving a gaping hole in her life and a single clue to finding her birth mother. She longs for answers that may never be found, but a journey to Chicago presents an opportunity to pursue her dream. What she finds will forever change her world.

    When Savannah, a teenage girl from Portland, ends up in Aiden’s emergency room, he experiences déj&agra... more

  • Goldilocks Private Eye

    by Greg Trine
    When her father dies, Goldilocks is left with nothing but her loyal cat Charlotte and a fledgling detective agency, which hasn’t turned a profit in years. Then again, her father wasn’t much of a detective…and even less of a businessman. Behind in the rent, with the landlady breathing down her neck and an over zealous orphanage director out to get her, Goldilocks knows that the only way to keep herself off the mean streets of Lick Skillet (and out of the orphanage) is to do what her father co... more
  • Sayville Tales

    by Lawrence Jay Switzer

    Like their medieval predecessors who so memorably journeyed together to Canterbury, a motley group of railroad passengers agree to pass their time immersed in the busywork of storytelling. As the restored Paumanok Express makes its way towards Sayville and beyond, the strangers and ghosts on board create a crazy quilt of fictions, the strangest of which might be the story of the quilt-making itself. Among the tales: ---- The appointed racketeers of the Warren Commission square off against a l... more

  • Bittersweet Harvest: The Weight of the Plow (O'Shaughnessy Chronicles)

    by Harold William Thorpe
    The second book from author Harold William Thorpe continues the story of Will and Mary O’Shaughnessy of Iowa County, Wisconsin. Will has left behind Ashley Springs, and his car dealership, and moved his family to a dairy farm in the hills of southwestern Wisconsin. Now, as the Great Depression gives way to World War II, his daughters are growing up. Neighbors are driving gasoline tractors, but he’s still plowing with horses and milking by hand. Will is living his dream. But challenges bear... more
  • Giddyap Tin Lizzie (The O'Shaughnessy Chronicles)

    by Harold William Thorpe
    When a sibling unexpectedly inherits his grandfather’s dairy farm, Will O’Shaughnessy turns to selling Fords in rural, pre-World War I southwestern Wisconsin. But over the next two decades, even as his automobile business booms and he raises a family with his true love, Mary, Will yearns to return to farming. Meanwhile, the small town of Ashley Springs weathers the war, the booming 20s, prohibition and the Great Depression. There’s family drama in devastating illness and an estranged, alcoholic ... more
  • 52 for 52

    by Adam Drake
    The premise was simple: one story a week for the entirety of 2018. No matter the state or quality of the story, it had to be published by midnight on Saturday. Thus, 52 stories were conceived, written, and edited throughout the year. Enjoy a collection of mass-produced stories that run the gamut from absurdly sarcastic to deeply personal.

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