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  • The Legend of Chip: The Legend Begins

    by Stanley Campbell
    Chip is a commoner, struggling to provide for his family. After accepting a stranger's offer to earn more money, mysterious things begin to happen. Soon, his life is shifted out of his control. Realizing that supernatural forces are at work, he must now find a power he never thought possible and face the darkness within himself as well.
  • Severed Knot

    by Cryssa Bazos

    Barbados 1652. In the aftermath of the English Civil War, the vanquished are uprooted and scattered to the ends of the earth.   When marauding English soldiers descend on Mairead O’Coneill’s family farm, she is sold into indentured servitude. After surviving a harrowing voyage, the young Irish woman is auctioned off to a Barbados sugar plantation where she is thrust into a hostile world of depravation and heartbreak. Though stripped of her freedom, Mairead refuses to surrende... more

  • Traitor's Knot

    by Cryssa Bazos
    England 1650: Civil War has given way to an uneasy peace in the year since Parliament executed King Charles I. Royalist officer James Hart refuses to accept the tyranny of the new government, and to raise funds for the restoration of the king’s son, he takes to the road as a highwayman. Elizabeth Seton has long been shunned for being a traitor’s daughter. In the midst of the new order, she risks her life by sheltering fugitives from Parliament in a garrison town. But her attempts to rebuil... more
  • The Guest From Johannesburg

    by Donald McPhail
    The Guest From Johannesburg is the much-anticipated sequel to The Millionaires Cruise, featuring adventurous travel executive Duff Malone. Set in Hawaii, Asia and South Africa, this epic tale of hope and resilience is also an anti-war novel -- a sharp indictment of deceitful government leaders, and warlords throughout the world. Carefully crafted and replete with memorable characters, The Guest From Johannesburg is a coming of age story that carries Malone from energetic young cruise director... more
  • Lucky's Adventure in Saratoga

    by Elizabeth Macy

    A heartwarming children's picture book about friendship, love, community, hope and kindness.

    The first book in the Lucky's Adventures series, was inspired by the true story of a lost doggie. Take an adventure with Lucky as she travels through Saratoga. Meet her new animal friends as they safely guide her through town in search of her mommy.

  • The Land of Ick and Eck: Harlot's Encounters

    by Micah Genest
    A provocatively absurd fairytale for the morbid breed who take delight in the darker side of children’s literature (a nod to the medieval and Victorian era). A much too trusting Harlot finds herself in the preyful Land of Ick and Eck, a place where she encounters peculiar creatures that have the most awful intensions of the carnal sort. By happenstance, she finds the company of a Ground Faerie, a Wood and Water Nymph, and a Butter-Maiden to assist her (sort of) along the way. But Alas! How... more
  • The Melancholy History Of Mayfly

    by Mutch Katsonga
    This is much more than a supernatural story but more one of human relationships and the power that self-doubt can have on your perception of reality. There are such heartwarming passages throughout the story. The twist at the end was a superb example of great storytelling! --- Readers' Favourite. Born with a rare, unusual gift...sentenced to death...confined to a dungeon...persuaded by a priest to write! His powerful story, in his own powerful words! A devastating, immersive and unforgettable i... more
  • The Ghost Years

    by Mutch Katsonga

    ***Winner of the New Apple Book Award (YOUNG ADULT INSPIRATIONAL category)*** 

    ***Winner of the New Apple Book Award (YOUNG ADULT INSPIRATIONAL category)***
    **Winner of the Literary Titan Book Award**
    "A lovingly crafted tale of damnation and redemption! Poetic and beautiful...a book that you cannot put down!" --- Editor's Pick Publication Review Winner
    "This is the work of a sensitive poet who molds language as though on a potter’s wheel tha... more

  • Beyond the Spiral Gates

    by Mutch Katsonga
    Wickfields was the name of an institution that housed children deemed too dangerous to live in regular society. Beyond the Spiral Gates is a raw coming-of-age odyssey, a first-hand account of one boy's experiences at the archaic Wickfields School for Criminal Children. From the idyllic sun-drenched fields of Hayvern to the shadowy hallways of Wickfields, the story delves deep into the epicentre of the human psyche. Starting in the present day with the protagonist as an elderly man and chronic in... more
  • The Perfectly Good Lie: Winning has its price

    by Rose Gonsoulin

    He has the talent and the drive, but does he have the makings of a pro?

    When confirmed heartbreaker Buck Buchanan finally earns his tour card, he races home to mend the fence with his estranged mother. Only she has died, leaving Buck to care for his nerdy half-brother, Art Rimlinger. Buck drafts Art to be his caddie, except Art hates golf. After an epic fail in the Phoenix Open, Buck seeks redemption from an unlikely source, the former LPGA champion, Carla Davila.

    Can Carla make B... more

  • Mrs Rickaby's Lullaby

    by Julie Thorndyke
    Mrs Eileen Rickaby, a semi-retired botanical illustrator and Orchid Society member with a penchant for Mozart, lives a quiet ordered life with Missy, her cat. Her tranquillity is disturbed when close friend and neighbour Irene brings home a twice-widowed younger man of dubious character, and introduces him as her future husband. Petty theft, vandalism and violence disrupt the peaceful retirement village. How can Mrs Rickaby protect her friend from this con-man lover? Mrs Rickaby’s Lullaby is an ... more
  • 978-1-7325066-0-2

    by Patsie McCandless
    We are all born with magic. It is the Light within you, awaiting your joy of recognition. In this poignant tale, Jesse comes to know his magic. He is a 6 year-old orphan boy of comic charm, soul-lighting wonder and unflappable determination, who is raised by his shining-light grandmother, Dearie, a once-upon-a-time Irish gypsy, who owns a theater in 1950s NYC. Jesse is on a quest to find his other ‘disappeared’ grandmother and, though beset with puzzles, mysteries and challenges, he is guided to... more
  • Golda Goes to the Farm: The Adventures of Golda

    by R. Kinney
    Golda goes to visit her friends on the farm and ends up having quite an adventure as she encounters a host of farm animals. Her shy lizard companion is always hiding in the shadows and adds to the fun children will have as they learn about farm animals.
  • The Truth is a Theory

    by Karyn Bristol

    How do you define the truth? Is it what you see? Is it what you are told by a beloved partner, a best friend, a trusted parent? Is it the whispers you hear in the halls of your life?


    However you define it, Allie Sexton is terrified of the truth.


    Twenty-eight years ago, Allie’s mother disappeared; never to be heard from again. Allie survived by becoming the toast of the party—any party—and never looking back. But as a thirty-two-year-old ... more

  • Dressing Stone: A Post-Postmodern Picaresque

    by Scott Feero
    Craig Plummer, a sculptor once known as DeBris in New York art circles, has lost his creative drive after experiencing a series of tragedies, culminating with the death of his first wife, Carol Javal, an up and coming fashion model. \tNow remarried, Craig is consumed by guilt over his role in Carol’s death, and secretly longs for her daily. \tGetting by working as a residential remodeling contractor, Craig is facing growing pressure from his second wife, Cheryl, a high powered M&A lawyer, who... more
  • The Passion of Eve: Remembering the Beginning

    by Edward N Brown

    In this book, the reader is immersed in the thoughts and feelings of Eve, considered by many to be the progenitor of us all. What was she really thinking?  How did it all really happen?  Putting away the effect of hindsight for the moment, the reader will want to ask him/herself, “Would I have acted like Eve did, if I had been in the same situation?  Or would I have done otherwise?  Just what would I have done?”