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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Fools Tomorrow

    by James J. Isaacs

    Fools Tomorrow is a cautionary tale that illustrates the illusion of control in business and in life.

    In 1951, Jon Whittee (a. k. a. The Leader) establishes Jon Whittee’s Advertising Agency in Blair, Texas. His executive staff consists of the best men in their fields. Jon fears them all, and consequently, creates rules through which he controls them as if he owns them.

    During the brief history of the agency, the Family Group — the executives and their wives — str... more

  • RONALD BARNES

    by Ronald Barnes
  • Let's Go on a Letter Hunt: An Alphabet Adventure by Spell-It-Out Photos

    by Sue Tenerowicz and Lynn Champagne
    A “Suessical” adventure that takes your young reader on a marvelous journey of rhyming and hunting for letters from A-Z. The fun loving alphabet guide, Alphie, leads the reader / listener up trees, on beaches, into parks, and many other fun places where the alphabet is hiding, in plain view. The creative letter art photography by Spell-It-Out Photos shows children that if they look past the obvious, they can find letters in everyday objects. Letter hunting is a fun treasure hunt that can be inc... more
  • The Cheese Pirates: Cheddar Island

    by Christina Lewis
    PiRats have invaded Tillamook Bay. Only one mouse can stop them: Captain Pepper Jack. To save a seamouse from certain death, Pepper Jack leaps down a sea monster's throat. But endangering an entire crew and disobeying his captain's orders gets him thrown out of the West Tillamook Trading Company on charges of mutiny. His career is over – until the WTTC desperately needs a hero. PiRats stalk the seaways. Merchant galleons with rich cargoes of cheese and root beer never return from the dread... more
  • Simon

    by Michael Mullin
    His father is dead. His mother has remarried. His uncle is . . . his new stepfather? When the ghost of Simon Elsinore's father returns and claims he was murdered by his own brother, the nineteen-year-old film student must determine what is true and exact the revenge his father demands. A modern-day Hamlet for YA readers.
  • Wai-nani: A Voice from Old Hawai'i

    by Christine Padovan

    From the cauldron of controversy that is Hawaiian history emerged Wai-nani, a reflection of the personage of the great chiefess Ka'ahumanu. Like all islanders she was a water baby who found pleasure, sustenance, solace, wisdom, and courage in the grand and vibrant sea. She was born 15 years prior to the landing of Captain Cook in Kealakekua in 1779 and was the favorite wife of Makaha, a fierce warrior modeled after Kamehameha the Great.

    Hawaiian women enjoyed sports, were trained in... more

  • 8: The Untold Story

    by Michael Mullin
    The graphic novel adaptation of the cult-hit story "8: The Previously Untold Story of the Previously Unknown 8th Dwarf," published as one of three stories in "TaleSpins" by Michael Mullin. When their 8th roommate starts acting weird, the seven dwarves nickname him "Creepy" and banish him to the cottage basement. From there he affects the Snow White story we all THOUGHT we knew.
  • TaleSpins

    by Michael Mullin
    A trilogy of alternative fairytales & retellings for YA readers. Meet Creepy the unknown 8th dwarf and learn the truth about Snow White. Discover a teen princess who hires The Frog Prince witch to get revenge on a Mean Girl at school. And learn what happens when a man who lives high above ground encounters a boy thief named Jack!
  • Land of OR

    by Katie Mullaly

    Travel with us through this fine Land of OR and learn how to choose unlike never before!

    Come along on a fantastic adventure where readers of all ages can learn how to make great choices.

    On this journey, you’ll be joined by several exciting characters, including your Guide,a variety of Options, and the mischievous Yabbut. You’ll explore the Canyon of WHY, cross the Stream of IF Then, and take other important steps as you learn to choose the Best Optio... more

  • The Letter

    by N.D. Byma
    The story of a young girl who goes to her favorite park to write a letter to someone very special but cannot find the words. When she goes for a walk, she forgets her letter on the park bench and will soon discover that, with the help of some very unlikely characters, fate has plans to write her letter for her in a way she could never imagine.
  • The Reinvention Of Rudd Carter. A Western Action Adventure Novel

    by R.L. Davis
    South of the border, everyone is for sale. Everyone but Rudd Carter. Carter is a rarity: A martial arts expert and hired gun born to an aristocratic English family. He worked undercover for the British in China, helping put down the Boxer Rebellion. Now, in 1922, in the lawless Mexican desert, a conspiracy is brewing. Ben Mosier is a cigar-chomping American who runs hotels, casinos, bootlegging and brothels. He’s plenty rich, but he lusts for more, even if it means corrupting local autho... more
  • The Smuggler's Gambit

    by Sara Whitford

    Port Beaufort, North Carolina - May 1765

    Seventeen-year-old Adam Fletcher is no stranger to fist fights, but when he bloodies the nose of the obnoxious son of Port Beaufort's customs agent, the local magistrate offers Adam two choices: jail or an apprenticeship.

    Choosing the latter, he soon finds himself bound apprentice to a reclusive old man with a secret, colorful past.

    Although Adam is less than thrilled about his new situation, when he is asked to spy on hi... more

  • Money, Sex & Babies

    by Robert A. Ford
    This is the lost manuscript written in 1990 to be the author's first book. The manuscript was found 24 years later and upon reading it, the author felt so compelled to publish it because it predicted some of the technological advances we enjoy today. A young poor man, Trebor Frank discovers early in his pursuit of success that love gets in the way. Struggling for years to succeed at his first business as a magazine owner, he loses out on love and possibly family. He is a man on top of the wor... more
  • Mighty Jack Climbs Mount Everest

    by Jason Timmerman

    Mighty Jack is a smart, curious, and energetic four-year-old boy. He loves learning about amazing places and animals. Come join him on his many adventures as he explores the world with his friends.

    In this adventure, Jack and his friends Owen and Ethan decide to "climb" Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world. Will they make it to the top? What dangers await them on the way up the mountain?

  • Betrayal

    by E. Michelle

    Which Betrayal is worse: that from a love interest or a loved one? How do you manage the lies, deceit and heart ache?  All questions that Stephanie must answer in order to conquer defeat or will she fold? 

  • The Trotters of Tweeville: Zavis Damavis

    by Shirin Zarqa-Lederman

    Zavis DaMavis is a happy young boy and a proud resident of a whimsical town called Tweeville. He’s off to school one morning when his mom—a very wise woman—gives him an important reminder. But what does it mean to treat others the way you’d like to be treated? 
    While Zavis ponders his mother’s advice as he walks to school, he’s distracted by an elderly man who needs a hand getting across the street. When he’s done helping, he finds that he&r... more

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