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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Mad Druggist

    by Frank Hozeska
    Once upon a time, there was a very kind, loving, generous, and caring man who did good work. Unfortunately, the ungodly hypocrites in authority did not like his radical ways of counseling which made it very difficult for him to hold on to his livelihood. All he wanted in this unprecedented, unheard-of, crazy cruel spiritual journey is for someone to give him a break! The tumultuous pharmacy career finally catches up with Louie, and no one is willing to give him another chance or a break. Louie... more
  • Adventurer At Sea: On the Edge of Freedom

    by Margreit Maitland
    Thrilling twists and turns surround Robert and Michael as they continue their adventures around the world's oceans. Aboard a whaling vessel with their family of shipmates, a perilous hunt causes the death of a beloved friend and it is the catalyst for the boys renewing their vow to get to America. On a remote exotic island the boys hunt for wild boar and become immersed in the exotic life of the natives and missionaries. Robert falls for a beautiful young girl and his heart breaks when he has... more
  • Runaway At Sea

    by Margreit Maitland
    Are YOU looking for an adventure story filled with harrowing feats of survival set against an exciting historical background? Something bad and scary is about to happen to Robert. He must make a choice, stay or run. He runs! Fleeing from danger, Robert and his best friend Michael sneak aboard a ship and hide in a lifeboat, convinced they will start a new life at the next port. When they are found, the real trouble begins. Trapped aboard a British Naval vessel, the boys must learn to endure a har... more
  • An Adult Coloring Book: From The Mind Of A Burnt-Out Corporate Baddie

    by Luna Writes

    Take a break from the daily corporate grind and unleash your creative side! Enjoy 40 coloring pages filled with cute designs and colorful language.

  • Irreversible

    by Agata Duma
    IRREVERSIBLE, is the first poem by Agata Duma from her debut book of poetry called Addicted. It is a poem that makes you feel a strong desire to be yourself and take risks combined with humor and sensitivity, Therefore, it symbolizes the beginning of a new stage in life.
  • The Grain of Rice That Made a Difference

    by Loan Nguyen
    Rice is a primary source of food for many all over the world. This is a story of a grain of rice named Goldie. Goldie was sad because it felt small and unimportant. Every year, Goldie watched as other grains of rice sprouted from the soil and grew into beautiful golden straws. But Goldie wanted more from life -- it wanted to have a bigger impact on the world. Goldie’s chance encounter with a family in despair gave it an opportunity to help them, and through this kindness, Goldie found a deeper m... more
  • The Amazingly Awesome Amani Battles the Molar Monsters (BCBW edition)

    by Jamiyl Samuels
    Amani loves to eat junk food, but he is not brushing his teeth properly. The night before his dentist appointment he is visited by strange creatures trying to get to his mouth. Although the dentist tells him how to keep his teeth clean, the unwanted guests return. Does Amani have what it takes to rid himself of these monsters once and for all? This is a story about RESPONSIBILITY and the importance of prpoer hygiene.
  • Apokeri Bay

    by Jackie Watson
    Escape to Greece as a feisty young woman falls in love with a quaint seaside village and starts again. But paradise isn’t what it seems with a matchmaking café owner, a laid-back bike rental employee and a man desperate to escape island life. Enjoy an irresistible page-turner about life and love, friendship, betrayal and heart-wrenching decisions.
  • Sigh

    by Francis Mutemwa
    The process of shipping items can be filled with moments of hope and frustration, as teams work together to ensure timely delivery. Transporting goods across long distances requires a great deal of effort and hard work from postal services, which can sometimes put a strain on their resources and on the environment. Freight ships play a crucial role in the world's economy, carrying a significant percentage of global exports. However, as the world evolves, it's important to consider the sustainabi... more
  • Things to See in Arizona

    by Mary Vensel White
    Tuesday Mayes has always felt like she was meant for more than the desert she's lived in her whole life. With the summer after high school graduation upon her, she is eager to start a new chapter despite a recent health diagnosis. But when her father goes missing, she must confront a reality she's not ready to face. Enter Cristian Robles, childhood friend and long-time crush. When he offers to accompany her on a journey across Arizona to find her father—if they visit supernatural locations fr... more
  • When Cardinals Appear

    by Katie Eagan Schenck

    She has a promise to keep. But when her plans are thrown into a tailspin, will a persistent red bird show her how to let her dreams take flight?

    Lanie McAllister is ready to move on. Wrestling with her mom’s death, the young woman just wants to settle the estate and soar off for good to her boyfriend in California—far away from painful memories. But she suspects the lucky cardinal she keeps seeing is trying to send a message when a flat tire puts her back in... more

  • Voyage of the Pleiades

    by Amy Marie Turner
    Botanist Linnea Wren journeys across the world to the magical island of Chiloé; will she realize her dreams of botanical discovery, or will romance and her murder investigation draw her closer to becoming the next victim?
  • in search of lost time

    by Kartikey maurya
  • Beast Mom

    by Kim Imas

    An Oregon mom is about to lose her $#!t.

    It might be what the government’s been waiting for.

    On the outside, Harriet “Harry” Lime is a typical American mom. But after years of packing all the lunches and picking up all the socks, she’s become a bit…off on the inside. And after stumbling upon the offensive new statue at her daughter’s school, she gets unusually angry and turns into a gigantic mons... more

  • The Fireweed Moon

    by Barbara J. Dzikowski
    Willow Trudeau has lost her mojo, her career as an artist in New York City is floundering, and she decides to pick up and move to the small town of Weeping Willow, Ohio where her father, Leon Ziemny, still lives. When she arrives, she finds he has a houseguest, a stranger from her late grandmother’s past, who’s on a mission to find his murdered pastor brother’s long-missing Bible, a treasured family heirloom passed down from slave times. Amid the cultural uncertainties of 2017 America, as the t... more