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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Gator McBumpypants Hears a Scary Noise

    by Maria Berg
    A noise disturbs Gator McBumpypants' happy day, so he decides to investigate. This book, filled with colorful photographs, introduces the adventures of a fuzzy, bumpy, friendly stuffed alligator in the world outside.
  • From Iran to America: Mahnaz and Shirin - A Love Story

    by Reza Mashayekhi
    This is a fictional story that is loosely based on true events that have taken place beginning in the 1950's in Iran and continuing up until the present in the United States. Some of these events have happened in the author’s life, and the rest are what he is aware of. The story is delivered in the first person, however, and fictional elements and characters have been incorporated, in order to better convey the author’s intended message in a smooth storyline. The main purpose of the book is t... more
  • The Christmas Garden

    by John Alexander
    Two sisters one year apart in elementary school investigate wild rumors of a witch in a haunted house. Enjoy their exploits as they discover the truth and bring the whole town together in the process.

    by Nelson Donley
    Nathaniel Cosgray is a musician with oodles & oodles of talent. There isn't anything he can't play on either the piano or the violin. He just can't make a career of it. Carnegie Hall is about as far away as the moon, but Nat is ready to take on the challenge, hoping for some lucky break along the way. The journey begins in the late 1970s. Fresh out of college, he sets out to make a loud noise in the musical world, but soon discovers that musicians, highly talented or not, are a dime a dozen. Mo... more
  • American Messiah

    by Aaron Lamar
    At the dawn of the new century, media mogul Billy Lansky observed outside forces, currents moving in curious directions. Pockets of skilled, well-financed social engineers were popping up all over the globe. The zeitgeist was red-hot, stoking a unique moment in time. An exceptional turn in human events would be lost, he’d say, if someone didn’t “close the deal!” A twenty-first-century renaissance, in which public consciousness could rise to the level of our mind-numbing technology, was possi... more
  • Squeaker and Marty: The Lucky Escape (The Tales of Squeaker and Marty) (Volume 1)

    by Cynthia Smith
    Squeaker is a little mouse who lives in 'Bluebell Wood'. Squeaker has a best friend called 'Marty' and together they have lots of adventures. In this book Squeaker and Marty go to 'Buttercup Farm' and that is where their adventure begins.
  • The Aviator Owls and the Dancing Skeleton

    by S. A. Porcher
    It's Halloween night and the Aviator Owls begin to follow a strange noise. Join them on their adventure as they discover a haunted house, and the noisy thing that lurks inside.
  • Roberta Crousseau, Her Shipwreck and Return

    by Corless Smith
    On her way to the New World with her young mistress, Roberta Crousseau is shipwrecked on a tropical island where she fights to survive. With tools from the wrecked ship she carves out a home, plants a green and raises goats. For the first time in her life she is not a servant, but she's profoundly lonely. One day a tribe jettisons an Indian man on the island. Overcoming confusion and misunderstanding, he and Roberta grow close. Their happiness is broken by a fanatic who kidnaps Roberta back... more
  • Delicate: The Alchemy of Emily Greyson

    by Debi Cimo

    "It was the moths that first revealed the change. Grey-tipped whispers in the moonlit night. Two or three here, a single one there. White ones slipping through the darkness, silent and seemingly harmless, but present. Growing in numbers until they erupted the quiet like flutters of falling ash. There was a music in their silence. The kind of music that attached itself to hums and vibrations in the waters of the earth.

    The hums, the vibrations, all but imperceptible. With the dawn t... more

  • The Messenger: The Last Prophet

    by James D. Richardson
    The Messenger The Last Prophet is a fiction story inspired by true events. All names were changed to protect the innocent. The story is about a boy that was asked by God at a young age to deliver a message to the world. God said, “James Martin, I need you. I know you’re only five years old but you are a special boy. I need you to deliver a message to the world for me. I would like it in the form of a book. I will send angels to look after you until you can complete your book with my mes... more
  • The Magical World of Sebella

    by Thea Berg
    Do you know the legend of Halloween? Three Little Werewolves live on the outskirts of a town called Skullvilla. They are powerful and important. On October 31st when the sun goes down, the werewolves must howl into the night sky to awaken the moon and signal Halloween to begin. If this doesn’t happen, it will not get dark. And you know what that means…there will be no Halloween since no one goes trick-or-treating in the daylight. ************** It is All Hallows’ Eve and Sebel... more
  • The Magical World of Sebella

    by Thea Berg
    Sebella, a witch, lives in a house once owned by an infamous magician, where strange things often happen. While playing the game of Spooks, Sebella’s bratty cousin Prudence accidently knocks over a gargoyle statue, and it magically comes to life! The gargoyle’s red eyes torpedo into the fireplace revealing a secret opening. Out of the statue’s mouth flow these words… The All-Powerful Magician needs your HELP! He requests your services to SAVE the Castle! Succeed and win the Grand Prize. To save ... more
  • Jack Downing: The Lunatic Memoirs

    by Thatcher C. Nalley

    This memoir has been printed in the original raw format as penned by Jack Downing to keep the veracity of his madness intact. A cogent memoir of a man’s bitter examination of humanism as a plagued ego drives his descent into madness...

    Jack Downing has become one of the most influential business tycoons in America.

    Jack Downing also believes that God has chosen him to annihilate the entire existence of mankind.

    Convinced that God has chosen him to be &ld... more

  • Fairhope Anthology 2

    by Phyllis Pittman
    WELCOME TO FAIRHOPE, Alabama, a magical retreat that speaks to the soul through its charm, quirky characters, and natural beauty. Tucked away along the eastern shore of Mobile Bay where moss-draped live oaks frame sunsets and sailboats, this fairy tale hamlet is full of flowers, boutiques, peace, history, and mystery. Fairhope is a respite, a breath of fresh air, a place unto itself. The eclectic story-tellers of the Fairhope Writers Group take you on a stroll through this quaint, artistic, ... more
  • Pony Tales: Night Mischief

    by Phyllis Pittman

    Night Mischief seems to be misjudged from the day he is born. He is very obedient and good natured, but because his name is Mischief, people, as well as the other horses, think he is a naughty pony. When one of the other ponies gets into trouble, Mischief is blamed, even though he actually tried to help. The story of Night Mischief tells how Mischief overcomes his name and the perceptions of others, holding his head high, and always knowing who he really is inside.

  • Andrew Murray: Destined to Serve: A Biographical Novel

    by Olea Nel
    Historically accurate, and based upon Andrew Murray's letters and early biographies

    A boyish and fun-loving Andrew Murray arrives back in South Africa after being ordained at the Hague on his twentieth birthday. He soon discovers that his preaching lacks the power displayed by his heroes of the faith. He therefore decides to embark on a quest to become a powerful preacher filled with the Holy Spirit.

    But not long after his appointment as pastor to the Dutch emigrants beyond the borde... more