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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Remembrance

    by Randy Stensaas
    The story of a man who thinks he is on his death bed, but not sure. He keeps reliving his life, or is he? Is it just his memories or is it real? He struggles to sort out it out all the while he keeps hearing music. Music he knows has a meaning for him, if he could just remember why.
  • Regrets Tree on Fire

    by Jean Stringam
    The school year begins with Bill and his friends in pursuit of romance, chess, and recreational fire—a plan that has always worked before—but high school is safe compared to the high-stakes Internet conspiracy that grows ever larger, threatening the stability of their world and a best friend’s life. When the protection racket hits high school, no one is safe. Add to that the complications of family relationships where disloyalty destroys, but where an over-arching compulsion for loyalty also wre... more
  • The Jerk

    by Christopher Mundie
    This is a story about a special kind of guy. The kind of guy you wouldn't want to have at your party. Don't even think about asking him for a favor, not if you're unwilling to pay for it. You know the type. You've passed him down the street, seen him seated comfortably at the bar and maybe had the unfortunate chance of catching his gaze. He can get away with anything. He's a cynical, sarcastic, self-centered, lying and conniving-Jerk. Being a Jerk isn't so bad though, it can get you free coffee,... more
  • The Wild Chihuahuas of Mexico

    by Traude Gomez Rhine
    A pack of wild Chihuahuas, led by alpha dog Lola, journeys across the Chihuahuan Desert in search of Pancho Villa during the Mexican Revolution. Along the way the dogs learn important lessons about leadership.
  • THE ELECTRIC AFFINITIES

    by wade stevenson
    A Vietnam Vet. A world-famous architect. A French film director. An American girl. A beautiful European woman of Russian descent. Set in the Hamptons, during the summer of 1969, "the year when everything changed". An unforgettable cast of characters, including Salvador Dali. A story about love, and passion and freedom, and ultimately a love so powerful that it kills.
  • Hector Goes to the Circus

    by Nadine Donovan
    Ladies and Gentlemen! Children one and all! Presenting Hector, the cheeriest pig on the farm. Alas, autumn is near and Hector must be sold at the fall fair....to the highest bidder! A plan is hatched. Hector is game. And soon, who is performing the most marvelous and stupendously spectacular spectacles on earth? Why, Hector, that's who!
  • Patches of Grey

    by Roy Pickering
    Patches of Grey is the story of an impoverished African American family. The narrative focus switches among family members, but its center belongs to Tony who is a high school senior with aspirations of college and progressing further towards the American Dream than his parents did. This combined with falling in love with a white classmate put him at odds with his father, who views his son’s ambitions as a form of selling out. Unrealized goals reincarnated in Tony’s eyes remind Lionel of what... more
  • Run

    by Allen Levine

    The novel, Run, is both a love-letter to running and a coming-of-age story that takes place over the course of a high school cross country season. The story revolves around Andy Rasson, the best runner on a powerhouse team in a weak league. Andy has always used running to stay in the moment and keep his OCD and ADHD in check. He has been looking forward to his senior year and leading the team with his pals Chris and Skids. Andy's girlfriend, Tiffany, is also a solid runner who understands... more

  • Make Me

    by Rhiannon Holte
    What happens to celebrities after they burn through their money, crash their cars, and land in rehab? This is the story of Anya, a former child TV star who is determined to claw her way back into the spotlight, and Rhiannon, a friend who is willing to help her. They create a website that allows users to vote on ways to give Anya’s life a complete makeover. Fans not only vote on how to change her appearance, they also make other decisions for her, like where she should live and whether to dump he... more
  • TreeCat

    by Jackie McFadden
    Cat, a sassy young feral feline, would never have predicted how her life would forever change all because of one escape from an 11-year-old boy, Cornerback, and one leap into a hole of the wise oak, Live. An unlikely friendship forms, a favor is asked, and a last ditch chance for keeping an ancient promise begins her adventure. With the past and present now mysteriously linked, can one mere cat save the woods, Live’s family, the mayor, and the town from the new darkness lurking in the woods?
  • A Month of Bedtime Stories: Thirty-One Bite-Sized Tales of Wackiness and Wonder for the Retiring Child

    by Neil McFarlane
    A cow that eats bananas and lives in the trees! Bees that pilot submarines through uncharted puddles! An elevator that descends to the centre of the Earth! Cowardly dinosaurs! Cockney pirates! Alien Dogs! Vertiginous squirrels! Time-traveling slugs! Fish in spacesuits! Hedgehogs disguised as fish! Cows disguised as ants! Disco-dancing horses!
  • Extreme Music

    by Michael Vezzuto
    Raymond Maynard, a classical violinist, wanted a career playing Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven. Unfortunately, his career plans were thwarted by the emergence of composer Alberto Narcisi, whose Extreme Music style has the power to injure and kill those who play it. It also attracts audiences in record numbers. Maynard recounts the trajectory of Narcisi's career and its devastating effect on the lives of his colleagues.
  • A Horse Called H Bomb

    by Randy Stensaas
    H-Bomb the horse does everything he can to leave his rider walking miles from home. There is nothing that this horse can not think of to unseat the poor unsuspecting rider, from bucking him off in the middle of an anthill to rolling over on him while crossing a river. The rider decides to show him a thing or two so when H-Bomb runs away with him, again, he ties his rope off hard and fast to the saddle horn and drops a loop over a post in the middle of no where when they go streaking by. ... more
  • Gaybash

    by David Collins
    Matt Tompkins, a reserved gay man, has always played by the rules and has created a comfortable but unfulfilling life for himself. When his bold best friend Greg reaps unexpected rewards for standing up for himself in a very public display, Matt's jealousy leads him to risk everything when he's confronted by two attackers. Determined to be more like Greg, a split-second reaction brings astonishing changes to Matt's life--for better and for worse. Set in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, Gayba... more
  • Preying Hands: A Drama in Two Parts Inspired by Actual Events

    by Richard Medugno
    "Preying Hands" is a drama tells the tale of former students of a Catholic school for the deaf in Wisconsin who were molested by a priest in the 1960s, and their long fight for justice.
  • Evel Knievel Jumps the Snake River Canyon . . . and Other Stories Close to Home

    by Kelly Jones
    When ten-year-old Pick Patterson finds himself stuck with his bossy Grandma Grace and his unemployed, easygoing Uncle Buddy in Twin Falls, he thinks he’s in for a boring summer in a hick town in the middle of the Idaho desert. But when Evel Knievel announces he’ll jump the Snake River Canyon just north of town, everything changes. In the novella and short story collection, Kelly Jones departs from the settings of her earlier novels—Paris, Florence, and Munich—and writes of ordinary people in t... more

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