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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Womb Town

    by Vlad Bunea
  • The Diary of Stephanie Dane

    by Casey Bell
    Picture In High Schools across the country, students' dropout rates soar as high as 50 percent. Literacy levels are at an all-time low. After decades of false promises by the school system, parents are still demanding educational equality, blaming the school system for their child not excelling academically and not realizing what students face while trying to obtain a good & thorough education. The Diary of Stephanie Dane examines the impact students' deal with in school and challenges parents... more
  • CrazyFun

    by Casey Bell
    Are you a director, producer, or an artist looking for something different? Well, look no more because CrazyFun© has found you. CrazyFun© is a live sketch comedy without the many limits most theatre productions come with. Starting with the production side of CrazyFun© this show will make it easy for all involved. The sets, costumes, props, and all ideas can be very elaborate, or simple, which means you never have to worry about your budget. You can spend from $20-$2,000 on this production. It is... more
  • Essays from Dysfunctional Families: Dysfunctional Betrayal: Black and White Version

    by Casey Bell
    The first section of this book (Essays from Dysfunctional Families) is a book compiled of ten essays from ten different American citizens who tell their dysfunctional family story. This book (Essays...) is written by fictional author Dean K Brent. The second part of the book (Literary Betrayal) is the story (or backlash) of the writer. We find out in Literary Betrayal that Dean K Brent used the true stories of his family and friends in the making of his book, Essays from Dysfunctional Families... more
  • Steak at Stake: A Food Allergy Story

    by Desirée DeNourie
    Come see what happens to Cole on the hungriest day of his life! Cole loves eating at restaurants, especially when steak is on the menu. The problem is Cole has many food allergies and sometimes people struggle with tolerance.
  • Flaherty's Crossing

    by Kaylin McFarren
    Successful yet emotionally stifled artist Kate Flaherty stands at the deathbed of her estranged father, conflicted by his morphine-induced confession of his part in her mother's death. While racing home, Kate's car mishap leads her to a soul-searching discussion with a lone diner employee, prompting Kate to confront the true reasons her marriage hangs in the balance. When her night takes an expected turn, however, she flees for her life, a life desperate for faith that can only be found through ... more
  • A New Baby For Christmas (Layla Down Under)

    by Bron Whitley
    Christmas time in Australia is hot, and Layla is on summer vacation! It’s Christmas Down Under style! This summer is going to be an exciting one because Layla’s family are expecting a new baby for Christmas, AND Mema is coming to visit from America for the first time. Layla is not sure she is ready for a new baby. What if everyone likes the baby more than they like her? What if it cries all the time? Perhaps it will want her bedroom! Join Layla as she learns to welcome her new sister to ... more
  • Just Like My Daddy Taught Me

    by Nadia Monroe

    Dads set an example for their children in everything they do. It turns out that some of the littlest lessons from Dad can carry the biggest meaning for their kids.

  • Intensive Therapy: A Novel

    by Jeffrey Deitz
    Intensive Therapy: A Novel takes readers inside the minds and interconnected lives of psychiatrist Dr. Jonas Speller and his patient Victoria Schone Braun, whose profound connection changes both doctor and patient. Years after they first met Victoria calls on Jonas for help with amidst a life-threatening family crisis and Jonas must intervene decisively if he is to save the family of the woman who made him what he is. But can he do so without threatening his own marriage and family?
  • Now: My Poetry Speaks Not of Tomorrow, But Right...

    by Wanda Jefferson
    A book of poetry that was written with a jagged edge pen that cuts deep into your soul; bleeding away past hurt, pain, temptation, and self hate. Only to give way to a Phoenix rising inside of you as you learn that those pains, that temptation, and that supposed never ending hurt was only temporary things of the past. Author Wanda Jefferson poetic muse teaches us that yesterday is gone, never to return. Tomorrow is always a day away and a fleeting promise at best. That you should live for the mo... more
  • Aww, Fishsticks

    by Lenora Riegel
    All Pax the Perch wants is to fit in with his fishy friends, but he's the shyest fish in the lake. When he's invited to play flipflop in the park, Pax has to battle rough waters, self doubt, and the eyeballing of nosey lake animals to conquer his fear of swimming in front of others. A fish too embarrassed to swim? Aww Fishsticks!

  • Jaden Toussaint, the Greatest Episode 2: The Ladek Invasion

    by Marti Dumas
    Jaden Toussaint is a five year-old who knows it all. I mean, really knows it all. Animal Scientist. Great Debater. Master of the art of ninja dancing. There’s nothing Jaden Toussaint can’t do. This time there is an alien invasion at school. They may look like caterpillars, but you can never be too safe. Our hero must use all his super-powered brain power to save the people and (possible) aliens from each other!
  • Youthful Fantasies

    by Fadi Bejjani
    This collection of original works covers a variety of subject matter, including history, poetry, fiction, and art, all directly from the creative minds of the young authors. By turning to the first page, one unlocks a realm of creatures, gods and goddesses, common cravings of children, fancied adornments, the simplest elements of nature, the hardships of growing up, and nighttime beauties, peppered with pithy text and illustrative drawings. Let curiosity carry you through the stories, one by one... more
  • Stone Angels

    by Michael Hartigan
    This gritty and fast-paced story follows Augustine Shaw as he embarks on a road trip from college in Providence, Rhode Island to Key West, Florida, where he hopes the sun, sex and insobriety will help drown his past. But the reprieve is only temporary. On the dark road home, Shaw is thrust into a dizzying array of memories, forcing him to relive the heartache he caused, the reputations he shattered, and the two friends he killed. Shaw races towards a final decision: bury his secrets forever, or ... more
  • Master Gardener

    by Rolf Margenau
    The story of what happens when big AG tries to thwart the introduction of magic seeds from the Amazon basin that challenge genetic engineering. Master Gardeners work to save the monarch butterfly by modifying milkweed seeds to grow through poisoned soil. Humorous look at a serious subject. Attractive main characters; villainous bad guys.
  • Epiphany

    by Nickolae Gerstner
    Philip Rockcastle discovers that an unimaginable crime paved the way for him to become a priest. Now pastor of a neighborhood church, is he doing what he was meant to do or is his life a mistake? He feels responsible when his counseling efforts drive a mentally troubled parishioner to seek validation for fantasies by making a bogus confession to a murder. Troubled, he visits Tara, a divorced mother of two young boys. The visit is innocent. He is not in love with her. He tells himself that fre... more