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General Fiction (including literary and historical)


    by Charlotte Zoe Walker
    It is the summer of 1963, with stories of past political violence in Colombia and hints of the coming assassination of JFK in the United States. Laura, a young North American woman, visits Bogota with her Colombian husband Andres and their two small children, though strange, seemingly mystical messages have warned her not to. Conversations with her husband’s “mad” sister Francisca, and Señor Vargas, a revolutionary jewelry maker who lives in the dismal hotel run by Andres’s mother, help Laura co... more
  • Big Nana and Joey

    by Joey Tormino
    A suffocating family…High anxiety…Hot Latino beauties…Joey doesn’t have a chance in hell of becoming a babe magnet until he confronts these adversaries. Big Nana and Joey is a comic, graphic novella about a boy who fights his insecurities and a stifling Sicilian grandmother to persist in his pursuit of libidinous pleasure. The story is crafted from humorous and inspirational events in my adolescent life. It’s the sixties in Valencia City, an ethnic Florida community, Latinos and Sicilians liv... more
  • The Sound of Starlight

    by Christa Willis
  • Grape Spunk: Wine Memoirs 2015

    by S J Reeves
    This superb testament to fine wine fermentation emanates like a huge constipated turd from the Whippet Digest’s Food & Drink team. Featuring the marvellous reviews by their in house connoisseur’s, Felicity Cockstraddler and Roderick Cameron – Nightterror, it provides a cutting edge survival guide to navigating some of the lesser established 2015 vintages. Flirting a distinct luminous broken nose poca dot colour, infused with hallucinogenic tartan and a prominent cattle ranch nose, this belter o... more
  • Rest Now, Beloved

    by Blake S. Lee
    Seven-year-old Christopher Abkhazian refuses to be forgotten. This child's death took place during the waning days of Prohibition in San Diego. Some said it was accidental death; pathologists disagreed. Unsolved, it gathered dust on cold case shelves for over sixty years. When a team of forensic detectives reopens the investigation in 1990, it expects to put the case to closure. But this victim demands justice, not obscurity. An unlikely duo begins an investigation of their own. Ex-police... more
  • All The Clues Are There: "...And The Earth Did Move"

    by Germaine R. Fournier-Longpre
    Genre: Creative Non-Fiction "It'll knock your socks off!" Scott, controlling the podium's cockpit command module, interjected. Although his 87 year old grandfather, astrophysicist Doctor Thomas Charles Blackthorn, is resigning as chairman of Global Scientists' Symposium (GSS), he was going to make certain his final public appearance was unforgettable. Professor Blackthorn, or Old Jack to many, is championing the author's cause by revealing innumerable scientific discoveries unearthed ove... more
  • The Epic of Dexter The War Dog: Getting Out of Afghanistan Was Just The Beginning

    by Jean Vives

    Dexter the war dog searches for his master Marc after a deadly ambush tears them apart in Afghanistan.  Once stateside, Dexter must cross 1,500 miles of dangerous wilderness in his quest to find his lost master.     The story begins when Marc. Sergeant Marc Majors, a trainer of military dogs meets the street dog Dexter while having coffee at an outdoor café. The dog enters Marc’s world of intrigue and stealth. Dexter becomes a Special Ops dog. In Afghanistan, Dexte... more

  • Tyler's TALL Tales Chasing the Moon

    by Ashley Richer
    Tyler's TALL Tales 'Chasing the Moon' is the first children's book in a series. The story is about a boy and his dog who go on a nighttime adventure to catch the moon. See what animals come along to help the duo on their adventure! The story takes place in Narragansett, RI! To learn more visit: - See more at:
  • The Magic Rock

    by Rochelle Shamaley
    The Magic Rock is a rhyming children's picture book. Chuck, the main character, is a young boy with a run of bad luck. One day Chuck is given a magic rock that changes his belief in himself and the outcome of his misfortunes. The Magic Rock illustrates the how a child can change his bad luck through the power of positive thinking in a fun and creative way. Is it magic or is it believing in yourself?
  • Abhaya

    by Saiswaroopa Iyer
    An assertive and idealistic Princess Abhaya meets the enigmatic Krishna Vaasudeva. A bereaved Dhatri, hounded by her own family is saved by Lord Bhauma. When subverted religion becomes a tool in the hands of power thirsty and strikes Bharatavarsha, the land of Aryas, Abhaya finds herself face to face with the impending doom. “Can we combat the fear with faith? Can we keep our faith undeterred when the last traces of hope melt away? Can we receive blame and adulation, accept them and yet not ... more
  • Maiden General

    by Mike MacCarthy
    The year is 1429 and the English have been attempting to annex France since long before Joan can remember, and since 1419 trying to illegitimize its crown prince (the Dauphin). Joan, 17 years old and a pious young woman, runs away from home in order to attempt an impossible mission from God—have herself appointed as a French field general and lead her country to victory over the English. She knows she’s small in stature, of low birth, illiterate, and has no knowledge of war or politics. Nonethel... more
  • Sons of the Sphinx

    by Cheryl Carpinello

    Travel back to 1330 BC Egypt--When15-year-old Rosa agrees to help the ghost of King Tut find his lost queen Hesena, she doesn't count on falling for him. Once back in Ancient Egypt, Rosa discovers that finding Hesena is not all she must do and is not as easy as she thought it would be, even though she carries part of that lost queen in her soul. She must also keep out of the reach of the living Horemheb--who crosses mortal boundaries using Seth's evil magic--if she is... more

  • Guinevere: On the Eve of Legend

    by Cheryl Carpinello
    In Guinevere: On the Eve of Legend, 12-year-old Guinevere finds herself having to make the decision of a lifetime: Will she choose wisely?
  • Somewhere Between Here and Heaven

    by Jovan Roseboro
    Somewhere Between Here and Heaven peers in the life of a beautiful mulatto woman named Love. Who after finding out her life came with an early than expected expiration date has to make critical decisions for herself and her children. Born in an era where ugly racism plagues society, especially, in the south, Love is faced with a life filled with prejudiced grandparents, a mother fighting against her parents to support her bi-racial daughter and grandchildren. Love and her three children are faci... more
  • The Lady of the Tower

    by Elizabeth St.John
    Orphaned Lucy St.John, described as "the most beautiful of all," defies English society by carving her own path through the decadent Stuart court. In 1609, the early days of the rule of James I are a time of glittering pageantry and cutthroat ambition, when the most dangerous thing one can do is fall in love . . . or make an enemy of Frances Howard, the reigning court beauty. Lucy catches the eye of the Earl of Suffolk, but her envious sister Barbara is determined to ruin her happiness. Exilin... more
  • Wild Raspberries (First Printing)

    by Connie Chappell
    When Callie MacCallum sews her first quilt after the death of her lover, Jack Sebring, she doesn’t realize she’ll be drawn into a Sebring family battle between his wife and daughter-in-law. Callie only wants to fulfill her promise to Jack that she return to their weekend cabin in the West Virginia mountains, the place where their twenty-year love affair was safely hidden. Instead, her emotional and reminiscent trip becomes crowded with the two Sebring women, a grief counselor, and the massive ro... more