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  • Stargazer Lilies or Nothing at All

    by Stephen Lomer
    Stargazer Lilies or Nothing at All is a collection of short stories that has a little something for everyone. See what life is like for the poor mother of an insufferable perfectionist in the title story. Find out what's to be done to save the hipsters in "So Ten Minutes Ago." Enjoy an updated take on the Goldilocks story in "Trouble Bruin." Ponder how our choices define our lives in "The Haunting of Flattop Harris." Stand in the shoes of a young nurse trying to save the tiniest of lives from a... more
  • Empty Bottle of Smoke

    by Conon Parks

    The story of a hunted man named Walter who seeks refuge in the no-man's of downtown Seattle in an old warehouse called the New Museum of Hysteria and Indecision. This is where the Vigilance Committee for the Manifesto Party, a leftist libertine crew (free guns & dope for life) resides and holds court.

    Walter meets Mac, the night-watchman who introduces him to a cast of wild characters as they tarry forth on an odyssey of mad adventures, filled with political intrigue and incoherent vice... more

  • Chance on Safari

    by Mark Piper
    Chance is a knock about thirteen year old boy who lives and works on a vast cattle station in northern New South Wales. An orphan he was adopted by the owners of “Ironwood Station.” Set during depression era Australia of the late 1930s, the station has been transformed into a game park. During his first outing on a hunt for water buffalo and wild boar Chance is injured. In this first instalment of “The Stock and Station Short Stories” his injury sets Chance on a path of discovery and adventur... more
  • The Wonderful World of Wren : The Grimble Grumble Grimble

    by Peter J Shilkin
    One fine day Wren is out and about and happily playing along, When she hears a strange noise and a very woeful song. This is when she meets The Grimble Grumble Grimble for the very first time, Join Wren in her fun adventures that are all detailed in rhyme
  • Fame and Fortune Tellers

    by Todd Netland

    Todd Netland's book, "Fame and Fortune Tellers," is the story of one man's rise to the top, almost overnight, in the music business. Randy Miller is a young choral teacher who encounters a spiritualist at the tag end of a mini-vacation who prophesizes a sudden rise to stardom for this school choir teacher. These predictions come true, but it turns out to be a life of emptiness, joylessness, and conflict for Randy and his family. Other characters enter into the story who all ... more

  • Remember How It Rained: River Saga Book Two

    by K. Lyn Wurth

    Available January 27, 2017

    Remembering, where justice begins Divided in childhood but children no more, Margaret Rose, Jack and Kuruk answer the echoes of childhood loves, memories and voices. Power is shifting in Darkwater Creek, old crimes cry out for justice and Nebraska’s deadliest floodwaters gather in the west. Book Two of the River Saga, Remember How It Rained continues Seven Kinds of Rain’s voices of innocence, corruption, courage and justice on the Great Plains. It ... more

  • Seven Kinds of Rain: River Saga Book One

    by K. Lyn Wurth
    Three Orphans Seek Shelter in the Trees On a southern Nebraska prairie in 1919, in small-town Darkwater Creek, an abandoned housemaid with vaudeville memories, a railroad magnate’s neglected son, and a runaway Pawnee boy come of age where money is power, the right name brings privilege, and the color of your skin can make you disappear.
  • The Darkwater Liar's Account

    by K. Lyn Wurth
    A Dark Adventure Written Between the Lines. London, 1930 Alpine Bavaria, 1936 Darkwater Creek, Nebraska 1968 Love and lies led young Bridget into Nazi entanglement, through war-torn Europe, and across an ocean to her Nebraska farm. With secrets under the floor and graves in her garden, Bridget’s a double wife living a double life. Her crimes are leagues behind her, but as civil rights unrest and assassinations divide her new nation, genetic illness shakes her and a legacy of retribu... more
  • Vent: A Reader Participation Book

    by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
    Controversial, groundbreaking, and highly acclaimed VENT is the first ever reader participation book. During the story about two totally diverse people accidentally meeting and subsequently forming a heartwarming relationship, the reader is asked to circle either YES or NO to questions that run the gauntlet from the pertinent, to the ridiculous, and at times scandalous topics we obsess and frustrate ourselves over. Following the questions are several blank lines to write your personal opinion on... more
  • Echoes of My Clan

    by Rocio Vargas Herrera

    This novel tells the story of Carlota, a young gypsy and an indomitable spirit who is forced to learn to live outside her village during World War II. Her free spirit is reflected and defined in the way she lives her life. She does not accept defeat and nothing can stop her as she takes life head on. The passage of her that savors and captivates in femininity is full of passion, sadness, humor, intrigue, trials, triumph and love. Come join the Carlota & her Clan on their adventures. With many... more

  • Pickett House

    by Linda S. Browning

    Pickett House is about loss, starting over, growing up, and falling in love. Elizabeth Pickett died peacefully at the age of ninety six in the family mansion known as Pickett House. However, a ninety six-year-old woman was not always a ninety six-year-old woman. She was once a little girl…a teenager…and a grown woman.

    The last of her line, Elizabeth left her estate and mansion to the town of Bigby, Tennessee for the purpose of establishing a Bed & Breakfast. The town of Bi... more

  • The Well House II: The Revenge

    by M.S. Matassa
    In 1998, Ben Carson saved his pregnant wife, Anne, from the ultimate evil. Now, in the summer of 2015, the future looks great for Ben and Anne. Their son Taylor is married to his longtime love, Jenny, and they are expecting their first grandchild. Their daughter, Molly, now almost seventeen, is a beautiful, intelligent teenager. Life has never been better for the Carson family. But that is about to change. The disturbing dreams are back and Ben is terrified. The ultimate evil force has not forgo... more
  • The Well House

    by M.S. Matassa
    The dream is back and Ben Carson is terrified. His pregnant wife, Anne, is locked in a coma and Ben is the only person who can save her but he has no idea how to accomplish this. His dreams contain clues but they make no sense. Ben can’t figure what a small white well house and black flying creatures have to do with Anne. Then he meets a mysterious woman named Thelma Grippe. What he learns from Thelma shakes him to the core, but gives him the knowledge to free Anne from the force keeping her in ... more
  • Caledonia: A Song of Scotland

    by William D. McEachern
    By the author of the critically acclaimed novel, Casting Lots, William D. McEachern, Caledonia: A Song of Scotland is his second historical novel. Caledonia is the epic tale of Scotland’s struggle to become an independent nation. In the process, the story of Scotland is revealed in its people, the Picts, the Irish Missionaries, the Norsemen, and the Highland Clans. All the natural beauty and wonder that is Scotland are captured for the reader’s enjoyment, from the wind-swept Isle of Skye through... more
  • New Caledonia: A Song of America

    by William D. McEachern
    By the author of the critically acclaimed novel, Casting Lots, New Caledonia: A Song of America is William D. McEachern’s third historical novel and the second in the Caledonia series. The first novel in the series, Caledonia: A Song of Scotland, told the story of James MacEachern fighting for Bonnie Prince Charles. New Caledonia: A Song of America continues the epic tale of James, as he emigrates from Scotland in 1750, fleeing the Duke of Cumberland’s ruthless assassin, Captain David Angus Camp... more
  • Spenser's Story of the Constitution

    by Paul Sleman Clark
    The most important document in American history was drafted in 1787 at the State House in Philadelphia. Spenser, the building's caretaker--a cat and a close friend of Ben Franklin--was there to record how 55 delegates from 12 states struggled to write the Constitution. The book records the battles between small states and large states that nearly resulted in failure, and it describes the compromises both sides made to establish our nation.