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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Have You Seen My Egg?

    by Andrew Fairchild

    "Have You Seen My Egg?" is an endearing story written by multi-award winning author Andrew Fairchild. This is a children’s fiction about following your heart and allowing true love to be your guide. "Have You Seen My Egg?" is beautifully illustrated by Melissa Shultz-Jones.
    The story opens with the main character, Red the rooster, awakening from a dream. It is a dream that he has often and believes to be true, but normally roosters don’t have eggs. Convinc... more

  • Tinker - How I Became an Elf

    by John Williams
    My name is Billy. I would like to tell you about my big adventure - how I became an elf. This is the story about how I get to go to a special school, fly in a jet, go to the North Pole and meet Santa! "All of a sudden it hit me. I was at the North Pole, in Santa’s castle, standing next to Santa. This was real!"
  • Cancer, Faith & Butterflies

    by Johnny M. Sanchez
    Joe can only helplessly watch his beautiful wife, Brooke, lose her fight against breast cancer. Brooke has unbreakable faith toward God—despite her current circumstances. Joe, on the other hand, has only entertained a belief in God in order to honor his love for his wife. Not only must he cope with the reality of losing his wife, but his thoughts are constantly focused on how in the world he is going to raise their ten-month old daughter, Sara, alone. He faces grief, anger, and betrayal—which on... more
  • Curly Bear: The Little Girl Bear with the Curly, Curly Hair

    by Gerald Kosel
    What's a curly girl bear to do? Every day she does her best to tame her hair but nothing seems to work. Every day Mama Bear tells her how beautiful she is with curly, curly hair. But what do mama bears know? Or daddy bears, for that matter? Curly Bear simply wishes her hair was different - until a surprise friend shows her a new way to look at herself.
  • A Curious Host

    by Nanette L. Avery
    In her latest work of realistic literary fiction, Nanette L. Avery introduces a “plain town,” set in Pre-internet America, a time when wires connected phones to the wall, and doctors made house calls. Our unlikely guide is a yellow dog, and he unwittingly leads the reader deeper into the lives of the town’s residents. Through a masterfully constructed narrative that explores the constructs of place and history, Avery introduces us to idiosyncratic townspeople and weaves a story as humorously... more
  • The Theory of Talking to Trees

    by Karl Dehmelt
    Stephen Christiansen's life has been defined by tragedy and achievement; after experiencing horrors in his youth, he's gone on to publish three novels and works as an editor at the prestigious Bessemer Press of Baltimore. He and his fiance, Phoebe Walker, seem to have an impeccable relationship in the 8th year of their engagement. Stephen's affluence, however, is shattered when he's shot trying to stop a robbery on the street. The stranger for whom he intervenes, Isaac Sellers, is a disenfranchi... more
  • Stone of Destiny

    by Mary L. Ball
    Taylor Harrison has given up on everything but her work. After becoming the youngest CEO of Mugful’s Beverage Company, she believes life is complete--until her grandmother asks her to oversee the renovations of the family home, in addition to searching for a missing heirloom. Her first contact with what she believes is an insignificant ring, lost for fifty years, sends her life spinning. Taylor experiences strange dreams. Unexpected feelings surface that she doesn't understand. Thoughts that... more
  • Judah's Scepter and the Sacred Stone

    by D. A. Brittain
    In 586 BC, Princess Teia, daughter of Judah's last king, begins a harrowing journey after she’s rescued by the prophet Jeremiah from the burning city of Jerusalem. They flee to Egypt, where amid Teia’s efforts to cope with devastating loss comes an unexpected awakening of her heart when she meets Eochaid, a foreign prince. The two young nobles fall in love, but are soon forced to part and follow their preordained destinies of ruling separate nations. Against the backdrop of daring escapes on ... more
  • Truth From the Bathroom: If she knew about this, she'd call it a diary and a waste of time.

    by Bob Whire
    Strainings from a whipped man who is trying to find his pants in the circus we call marriage. Scott has had enough. After fifteen years of a marriage rut he's ready to stand up and say, no more. He's been bullied, ignored, and pushed around by a domineering wife. Things are going to change. Sitting on his throne he will write a new declaration of regularity and marital relief. First he has to think things through. He needs privacy. He needs to talk it all out somehow, but not with his wife. ... more
  • Limerence: Be Careful What You Tell Yourself.

    by Shira Block
    Jackie Baker likes to pretend. She pretends she's happily married to her handsome, successful husband. She pretends she's the perfect mother to her two beautiful children. She even pretends that her secret job as a phone-sex operator is noble and fulfilling. But after years of pretending, Jackie's life is about to unravel. Her husband may be having an affair. Her mothering skills may be less than stellar, and her new client with the alluring voice is about to send her spiraling. As the lin... more
  • You Can't Ride This Train

    by Jane Mitchell
    On New Years Eve in 1965, four high school friends in small town Alabama find skeletal remains while looking for mistletoe. The story reverts to 1900 in DeKalb County, Alabama, where twelve year old Lillie Rose Frost and her family eke out a living as sharecroppers. They soon move to Milltown, Alabama, to work in White Cotton Mill. The story centers on Lillie Rose, a girl who works hard, sings beautifully--she began with Sacred Harp Singing in Jerusalem Primitive Baptist Church in DeKalb County... more
  • Nqobile: The Story of Becoming

    by Mandhla Mgijima
    Troubled by feelings of racial inferiority, Nqobile, a Zimbabwean student in America fruitlessly searches for meaning in black consciousness ideas and religion, eventually finding spiritual transformation by looking within himself.
  • Clever Little Bird

    by Betty Hedstrand
    Clever Little Bird is about a moose and magpie who meet at Kincaid Park in Anchorage, AK and become friends. They face obstacles as they journey through Anchorage to the Chugach Mountains in search of moose's brother.
  • Hermann Finds Home

    by Nancy Lang-Feldman
    Hermann is an adorable tortoise who sets out to find his way back home. Along the way he makes new friends, conquers challenges, and explores the world around him. In the end, he finds not the home he was looking for, but one even more satisfying and rewarding.
  • Santosh the Little Elephant: A Tale of Friendship and Courage

    by Gilbert-Ian Rueda
    Santosh the little elephant has a problem. A BIG, HUMONGOUS problem. His family has to move. Not just to another neighborhood, but across the ocean to another continent. YES, ACROSS THE OCEAN! That though isn't the biggest problem he has. There is a SUPER-HUGE, GINOMOROUS problem on top of that. His dog, Cooper, isn't able to go with the family to their new home. What is Santosh to do? How can he convince his parents to let Cooper go with them? Santosh has an idea! He has a great ide... more
  • Soldier Boys: Tales of the Civil War

    by Jack Matthews
    Over the decades, author Jack Matthews collected memoirs and personal correspondence by actual U.S. Civil War soldiers. Eventually this interest led him to write a group of stories from the vantage point of teenage soldiers. Told in an accessible, humorous and even old-fashioned way, these stories have a philosophical bent and give readers a sense of how 19th century young Americans must have pondered their world.