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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Bloody Shoe Affair: A daring and thrilling adventure with the jailer's daughter

    by Joy York
    A daring and thrilling adventure with the jailer’s daughter In this mystery set in 1968, Christi, a shy and awkward teenager, never expected to get sucked into helping her cousin, Lily, the “double-dare-you” daughter of the county jailer, try to solve the grizzliest murder the town of Roselyn, Mississippi, had ever seen. Then again, Christi had been entangled in her misadventures before. So a whirlwind week of spying, lying, crawling through tunnels and sneaking into the jail should have com... more
  • Kulture Klash: An Allegory on Organizational Culture

    by Terry R. Barber
    In his book, "Kulture Klash: An Allegory, Changing the Culture in the Corporate Workplace, Terry Barber uses an ancient site as a battlefield for the modern day confrontation between the good and evil of a hostile takeover in the corporate workplace. It is an allegory that is brilliantly presented for today's leaders and followers who struggle in their job of trying to make their companies and lives relevant. Barber highlights three groups of combatants: King Klash, the Enigmatic Emperor, the ba... more
  • The Trotters of Tweeville

    by Shirin Zarqa-Lederman
    The Trotters of Tweeville is a series of children's picture books dedicated to demonstrating random acts of kindness through fable-like tales that exemplify these random acts of kindness.
  • Flight

    by Charlene Moncrief
    18 year-old socialite Camille Vanderhale’s life is not going the way she had planned. Her days are normally spent attending one vapid social event to another. Ballroom galas, charity auctions at the Met and afternoon tea with New York’s elite is how she spends most of her time. The Vanderhales are American Royalty and she is the perfect gilded princess. Between her countless social obligations, and watching over her partying 16 year-old sister and best friend, Noelle, her path is clear and her d... more
  • The Ash Tree

    by Daniel Melnick

    [Powerful prologue and other parts now streamlined, seeking a larger publisher:] The Ash Tree – a novel -- tells a timeless story of the romance and marriage between an American Armenian girl and her immigrant husband who survived the 1915 Armenian Genocide in Turkey. In the aftermath of the Genocide from the twenties to the early seventies, the couple and their three children become vivid, quintessentially American characters, only for tragedy to find them again in ... more

  • Man Trouble

    by Latina R. Sheard
    In her debut novel, Man Trouble, Latina Sheard has composed an engaging story about five dynamic women: Sylvia, Patricia, Kenya, Simone, and Valerie. As stylists at In the Mix Beauty Salon, each woman is living out her professional dream. But, their life outside of the shop is filled with struggle and heartache. Sylvia lost the love of her life in a tragic car accident and is left to raise two sons on her own. Unwilling to imagine falling in love with another man, her sons are now the only me... more
  • Warren Lane

    by Andrew Diamond

    Susan Moore is about to hire the wrong man to investigate her philandering husband, Will. There's something not quite right about that detective, but he's all she has at the moment. 

    "Warren Lane" drinks too much and has a hard time staying out of trouble. He's just the kind of guy Will's mistress can't resist. And everyone is starting to figure out that Will is hiding a lot more than his affair with a reckless young woman.

  • Home Is a Fire

    by Jordan Nasser
    Most people would look at Derek and say he’d made it in life. A fun job, a handsome boyfriend, and an exciting life in New York City. But one night, staring at his reflection in the window of the subway as it barrels down Lexington Avenue, Derek realizes he’s fooling himself—and everyone else, too. Derek gets off the train and goes home. Only not home to his tiny Manhattan apartment, but home to Tennessee—which is definitely not NYC. Home to his family—and to all the other people he knows,... more
  • Fantastic 40 - A Collection of Micro Stories

    by Reetwika Banerjee
    “Fantastic 40” is an assortment of English micro stories (shorter than a short story) which is an amalgamation of author’s figments of imagination based on fiction works depicted in the form of crispy narrations. It contains 40 stories encircling various moods of life including love, humour, trust, revenge, happiness, anguish, sarcasm, mystery, affection, sportsmanship, friendship, thrill, romance and forgiveness. Though all the events/characters depicted in the book are purely imaginary, yet r... more
  • Dirty Quiet Money

    by Ryan E. Long
    Sophia is a blue-blooded blond from Louisiana plantation glamour. Jacky is a brutish janitor from the slums of Marseille. They both live in Paris and have shocking secrets. She is Jewish. He is a Mafia boss. In the Nazis, they have a powerful wicked enemy. By taking Jacky’s hand and fighting with him in the French Resistance, she and her son might be able to survive. However, will Jacky’s underworld make her question everything, and ruin her in the end? Ryan's family in Marseille, France, fou... more
  • Lucien and I

    by Danny Wynn
    Be Careful What You Wish For… What if you had the chance to relive your twenties the way you really wanted them to have been? Thirty-nine-year-old David is presented with that opportunity by Lucien, a charismatic young Englishman. Traveling from downtown Manhattan to Istanbul, Majorca, and the Hamptons, the two of them live a life of excess—drugs, beautiful women, and adventure—and forge a strange but great friendship. But with every journey, there comes a price; in every paradise, th... more
  • Captain Kissy-Face!: Book One in the Red Cloak Island Series

    by Joe Mosher
    On Kevin McFarland's first day at the world's only school for superheroes, he finds himself dealing with an awful new nickname, bullies with frightening powers, and a severe case of homesickness. What's in store for day two? How about a bizarre illness that spreads across the campus, sapping the powers of students and teachers alike ... except for Kevin, who becomes a suspected super villain. Now the top-secret school is locked down and Kevin will have to clear his name, earn his classmates' tr... more
  • Where the Tomorrows Go

    by Manoj S. Abraham
    Bella is a little girl who adores Gogo, her pet dog. When she learns of Gogo’s sudden passing, she experiences some difficult thoughts and emotions for the first time. With some help from her parents, Bella opens her mind and heart to discover the happiness that lies beyond grief. The loss of life is difficult to understand and accept, for adults and children alike. This book is a journey of the heart that parents can use as a tool to have a meaningful conversation about this emotional subject w... more
  • The Adventures of Daniel

    by Rene Ghazarian

    The Adventures of Daniel consists of five(5) children's books for 3-6 year olds. Daniel, the main character, experiences everyday events that a child his age experiences. He makes new friends, learns about the world around him, and learns new vocabulary. He is supported by a loving family.

  • If Jesus Had a Dog

    by Donald Hart
    Imagine the life and ministry of Jesus just as you know it from the New Testament but with an interesting twist-in my story Jesus has his "best friend", his dog, next to his side from the day of his birth to the day of his death. Written to make Jesus appear more human and interesting, not some religious icon. Take the journey with Jesus and his dog!
  • Lensfogger's Best: A Super-Hero's Collection of Humor, Satire & Short Stories

    by Roger Blake
    Every super-hero has an alter-ego. Dodger Lensfogger, who is the narrator through most of these stories, is no different, except that he has multiple identities and speaks with many voices. Dodger’s characters routinely surface in response to situations or people who interest him, whether he finds them stimulating, challenging or even offensive. He writes about himself or others in the first person or third person, whatever feels best for the story. He also allows no limits to his inspiration or... more