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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • What She Takes Away

    by Adele Annesi
    The weaver's shuttle turns after the death of Gia Falcini's mother, when Gia's estranged father in Italy sends a scarf whose unusual qualities could revive Gia’s ailing fabric shop in Boston’s North End. Goaded by deadlines and conflicting desires, Gia leaves Boston for Italy's style capital, her father’s hillside village and the stepfamily she has never met, and a vibrant local fabric mill in a venture that could shred Gia's ambitions or offer a legacy worth taking away.
  • Uncontrollable

    by Sara Staggs
    Casey Scott is an attorney who seems to have it all in place: a booming career, a loving husband, and two young children. But, she also has epilepsy, and when her doctor tells her she might die if she doesn't get her seizures under control, she is at a crossroads: does she choose her career, dreams, and lifelong ambitions, or her family and health? She undergoes brain surgery, which changes the trajectory of her life in a way she could never expect, and the life she toiled to build begins to unr... more
  • The Bouncing Ant

    by Sally Sunflower
    ​Ant sees something he dreams of doing. However, it can't be done, at least not by one little ant. ​ He finds out what it takes to do the impossible with just a little team work.
  • The Lifestyle and Adventure of Ace McDice, Stretch Deed & moonshine Melody

    by doug mcphillips
    The lifestyle and Adventure of Ace McDice, Stretch Deed & Moonshine Melody tells a fictitious tale of three devil-may-care wild men of the Australian bush during the last days of the era of the Bushrangers and the Gold rush at the end of the 19th century. It tells of each character's lifestyle and their united bent as wild men of Australia's west who set upon a plan to rob the Sugar and Tea Express. How the plan manifested and what drove them to an apparent reckless course in gaining the never ... more
  • Little Toy Car

    by Gabe Oliver
    ★★★★★ NOW, AN AWARD WINNING STORY! ★★★★★ Follow Gene through this psychological coming of age novel on his journey to discover the meaning of it all, while maneuvering through the unexpected trials of life. From the hardship of a broken home, through the mental struggles of a religious sect. The unexpected twists and turns in this book will command the attention of its readers. The highs and lows of this inspiring story will make it hard to put down. Discover the significance of the LITTLE TOY ... more
  • All I Ever Wanted

    by Jamal Roberson
    We think we always know what our desires are; sometimes we go wrong when we don't know what they are. But we only scratch the surface; it's not until we are without our desires met that we truly see all that we ever want.
  • In the Night

    by Taylor Wright

    How do you make peace with the dead? Daniel Sawyer has grappled with this question ever since his brother Jake was murdered. At university, Daniel feels displaced and directionless, and is trying to come to terms with Jake’s death. He questions what led his brother to drug dealing and addiction, where did it all go wrong between them? Daniel, however, is coming dangerously close to drug addiction himself, unable to cope with school and social anxiety, resorting to pain killers on nights... more

  • Cooperative Living

    by Jeff Namian
    Love thy neighbor? If you live in New York, think twice. I know the guy who dusts in the nude across the street better than 5G. (I’m 5F) We waived. In the city, that constitutes a date. Cooperative Living explores survival techniques and situations unique to life in New York City.
  • McCann

    by John Benacre
    This collection of short stories is the first of three such volumes which compliment the novel “Easter, Smoke and Mirrors” and its sequel, “Shape, Shine and Shadow”. It concerns the life, times and upbringing of Michael McCann, the central character of the novels, who becomes a totally unknown and untraceable deep-cover Irish terrorist living and working in the heart of London. It spans the years from 1968 and the earliest rumblings of the ‘The Troubles’ in Northern Ireland, to 2015 and a resurg... more

    by Ned Claflin
    It was an old man’s last request. An international cadre of seers is dying out. Their informal leader Farid, close to death, has advice for one of them, Adele LaRoche, the modern-day Sibyl of Cumae living in Paris. She should seek the help of Brownie, a retired antique dealer in Los Angeles and current Patron Saint of Lost Causes. Adele only manages to write Brownie a letter requesting help, just before vanishing without a trace. The seers’ fate will lead them from a Mediterranean island... more
  • The Legend of the Solstice (Modern Mythos Book 1)

    by Lauren Evers
    GROWING UP IS REALIZING YOU MIGHT NOT BE ALL THAT HUMAN . . . Thousands of miles apart, three strangers share nothing but a birthday. Deep down, they harbor a secret that will kill them if they don’t remember it in time. After Ethan, Isolde, and Ridley celebrate their twentieth birthdays on the winter solstice, they begin to develop frightening powers that none of them understand. In the midst of bizarre, worldwide storms, Ethan meets a magical girl who claims to understand him, Ridley has... more
  • The Bequest: The Enhanced Edition

    by Nicolette Linden
    Upon turning thirty, a woman receives a package containing two documents forbidden to her since her teens-her foretold bequest. Stunned by what she reads, she gives up her career to pursue getting this material published! She must. Now she is tasked with devising a narrative arc to bridge these documents but, to frame them properly, she finds it necessary to create a spiral lattice of interwoven perspectives. Emotionally riveting, The Bequest is also an intellectual feast, filled with quiet li... more
  • A White Elephant for Christmas

    by Ashley Edwards
    Dego is so excited for his family’s Christmas party, but he has one big problem. He needs to find a white elephant! With the help of his family and, of course, his favorite pup, Dego will go on a quest for his own white elephant for Christmas. Comment by President Lyndon B. Johnson to the Greek ambassador - June 1964 1974 - the height of the Cold War. U.S. listening posts surround the Soviet Union eavesdropping on virtually every Russian radio communication. Operated by White House staff, mann... more
  • Ophelia the Californian Sea Otter

    by Tori Busto
    In this children’s book, come along for the adventure of the Trio of Otters. This group of friends has a fun-filled day, meeting new friends, fishing, and seeing the ballet in San Francisco! A story of a magical day filled with happiness.
  • Ashley

    by Robert E. Bryant
    Born in Royston (Franklin County), Georgia, Robert E. Bryant moved to Greenwood, South Carolina in 1958 and has called this quiet Southern town home ever since. He has been interested in aviation all of his life and began flying when he was just twenty-nine years old. Later, at age forty-one, he received his pilot’s license (the same month his daughter, Yvette, received hers). Though he is a welder and welding instructor by vocation, he is certainly a pilot by avocation. His experience with avia... more
  • 1800160011

    by Bastian Gregory
    Aboard the Timeline follows the journey of Pete, an ordinary boy who is struggling with boredom and monotony at school. He gets more excitement than he bargained for when time suddenly stops around him and he is inexplicably greeted by a talking dinosaur called Reginald at the classroom door. Trying to figure out what has happened, the two of them embark on a journey of adventure and discovery. They meet Philosophocles, an ancient Greek thinker and the three companions travel along the Time Line... more