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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Architect of Hope

    by Heath Greenis

    Two couples, a dream, nearly two centuries apart.

    A faded portrait in an old bottle propels Keeghan into a series of realistic yet disturbing dreams about a young 19th-century couple. Natasha is royalty, Stewart middle class, and their social struggle escalates to a critical culmination.

    Volunteering at a local orphanage empowers Natasha with the knowledge that a different, compassionate life exists beyond the castle. She rebels against the future her parents h... more

  • Coop The Cat

    by Wendy Weber
    Coop The Cat is a touching tale of a cat who wants nothing more than to explore the outdoors. With an overprotective owner, Coop is finally able to realize his dreams and his wishes for freedom are granted. The story begins with a young girl who receives a cat as a present and the mother who refuses to let the cat go outside. The mother soon realizes that her over protective helicopter ways have diminished the cat's happiness and therefore she comes to a realization that benefits Coop the Cat ... more
  • The Initiates

    by Natasha Karis

    This is an uplifting story that follows a teacher, Alayne Adams, as she tries to help five students after the discovery of a suicide note. Through a series of life lessons, Alayne steers them onto a path that will change all their lives.

  • Once in a Blood Moon

    by Dorothea Hubble Bonneau
    Once in a Blood Moon By Dorothea Hubble Bonneau Inspired by a true story Synopsis Heaven Hill Plantation, upriver from Georgetown, South Carolina, 1807: Sixteen-year-old Alexandra Degambia walks a tightrope between her parents’ ambitions. Her father, a prosperous African American plantation owner, wants to preserve the heritage of his Gambian ancestors. But her mother, who can pass for white, seeks to distance herself from her African American roots and position herself in the elite societ... more
  • Corona Daze: Eva's time at home during Covid-19

    by Jennifer Angel
    When Eva stays home during the Coronavirus pandemic, she learns about the virus, the importance of good hygiene, and how to process difficult emotions.
  • Freddy the Frog

    by Tim Haddock
    Freddy the Frog wanted to be a rancher. Betty the Beetle wanted to be a horse. The two team up for adventures on a ranch filled with ducks and walnut trees and squirrels and a grumpy catfish who lives in a pond.
  • SUKI

    by CF Winn

    When you are young and in love, there is no reason to think of death, no matter how inevitable it is.

    In SUKI, Dwayne and Savannah are planning their life together when fate throws them an unexpected curve ball. Award winning author, CF Winn, allows her characters their flaws as they face the consequences of their own decisions. The couple is portrayed with humor and honesty as they try to make sense of their imploding world.

    The powerful voice of the unlikely narrator allows the ... more

  • Prisoners of the Pacific

    by Charles.G. Fournel

    When an Australian Z Special Units soldier, Hunter, and two of his comrades are captured by the Imperial Japanese forces they are detained in a prisoner of war camp. Thanks to him the prisoners of war are transferred to a labour camp working on the infamous 'Death Railway'. Hunter has only one thing on his mind, to escape and return home to the girl he left behind. He must cross four occupied counties, through tropical jungles, cross guarded rivers, trek through booby trapped woodland... more

  • Seasons Out of Time

    by Kimberly Wenzler
    A separated empty-nester embarks in an unconventional affair and learns how to view life through a different lens.
  • Six of the Best

    by Jonathan Land Evans

    This is a mini-collection comprising six tales selected by the author from his several full-length collections published between 2018 and 2020, and is the companion volume to his 'The Typishly Tales' (which comprises another six stories: those previously published by the on-line literary magazine Typishly). The stories are variously set in the USA, Europe and Bermuda. {Please note, however, that the attached image does not accurately depict the spine of the book, which in reality is t... more

  • The Typishly Tales

    by Jonathan Land Evans

    The book is a collection of six diverse tales, set variously in the USA, Britain and Bermuda. All were originally published by the on-line literary magazine Typishly, and are re-published here as a paperback mini-collection and companion volume to the same author's 'Six of the Best: selected short stories, 2018-2020' (which presents another half-dozen of the author's favourite tales). {Please note, however, that the attached image does not correctly depict the spine of the boo... more

  • The Wicked Wizard and the Worms

    by Judith M. Ackerman
    The Wicked Wizard and the Worms Can a little worm teach a mean old wicked wizard a valuable lesson in life? Discover the answer in this adventurous story of a very unhappy wizard and the effects his wicked his spells.
  • One Hundred Lives

    by D.A. Jennings

    One Hundred Lives Life and Nature Poured into Poetry

    Open the book. Slip into shoes that walk City streets or roam the fields. Turn the page. Sit on the corner with arrogance. Laugh about Neuticles and nose pickers. Flip the page. Tip your hat to the brave. Tremble at the monster under your bed. Walk with strangers As you live one hundred lives.

  • Seize the Cheese

    by D.A. Jennings
    Meet Kip. A mischievous mouse who wears sunglasses, runs around with a knot in his tail, and carries with him the mystery of why he has part of his ear missing. He will wiggle his way into your funny bone, and have you pulling your hair out because of his pranks.
  • Mia, Ripples in the Water

    by D.A. Jennings

    Join Mia, the adventurous mouse, on her travels as she encounters Africa's wild animals and birds, and wrestles with the strained relationship between her and her two brothers. Learn about the mysteries surrounding the disappearance of a sister she never knew, and find out what it means to follow the ripples in the water.

    “The content is rich with topics relevant to young children: love, friendship, forgiveness, bullying, loss, justice, and success. . .this book is ideal to us... more

  • Summer in Gettysburg

    by Evelyn Landane
    In 1863, Summer Walker and her family must face the unthinkable - occupation of their Gettysburg, Pennsylvania home by Confederate sharpshooters. Escape to Stonestile Farm, near the hills known as the Round Tops, promises sanctuary from the fray. That is, until Summer finds herself trapped within the conflict’s misery, forced to face her deepest fears and greatest heartbreak. When the battle ends, Summer suddenly and mysteriously vanishes. Turn to present day: when insecure Shelley Rourke’s g... more

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