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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Firefly Lullaby

    by Karen Weiss
    Imagine being outside on a starry summer night with fireflies twinkling all around you. Can you hear the birds, crickets, and frogs singing their sweet lullabies? Sounds of nature soothe us to sleep in this visually enchanting bedtime book from a land of dreams and imagination. The story suggests the presence of two children; however, they remain unseen. Instead, we see imaginative dwellings, sparkling fireflies ornamenting dreamy landscapes, a decked-out tricycle, dancing frogs,... more
  • The Darker Shades of Night

    by Burt Freiman
    This is the story of a multi-faceted struggle, a young woman’s campaign against the strictures imposed upon her by her nation, culture, village and faith, each an epitome of male domination. Is she devout, a searcher, standing her ground, a smaller cyclone, careening within the greater, twisting in opposition to its Coriolis motion, lost in the wrong hemisphere? What befalls the characters happened to real people. The historical accuracy is backed by 400+ footnotes. A recent reader ca... more
  • Life by Pumpkin

    by Leslie Popp
    Life by Pumpkin chronicles the heartwarming adventures of Pumpkin, an orange tabby with determined curiosity, a desire for undivided attention, and dreams of world dominance. He provides instruction on how to train your human and an analysis of their odd rituals, such as standing under falling water in the morning, changing their fur daily, and being obsessed with portable, lighted rectangles that periodically make annoying noises. Pumpkin offers his views on everything, including how to handle ... more
  • Dunne's Landing

    by kl kiefer

    As a young woman, Jonna Dunne's fast track to a successful future is decimated with the sudden absence of her powerful father. She and her mother, who is also left without a shred of security, struggle to survive by moving from big city luxury and status into rural obscurity. Jonna's identity, exclusively formed by association with her important father, is nullified as she spends her days staring out the window at a soybean field. On a whim, she saunters into the world of ne'er do... more

  • House on Fire

    by D. Liebhart

    How far would you go to keep a promise? 

    Bernadette Rogers swore she’d never put her father in a nursing home. Does that include euthanizing him to keep her word? Her mother thinks it does. Bernadette isn’t so sure. And even if she were, it’s not like you can walk into a drug store and buy Nembutal. 

    As an ICU nurse Bernadette's no stranger to the blunt realities of death, but her mother’s request to help her father—who’s disappear... more

  • The Wolf and the Pilot

    by Nolan Wright
    In an alternative Earth in 1941 there are humans and anthropomorphic wolves called Wolvians. On a military base preparing for a growing war, a young man named Peter dreams of becoming a fighter pilot like his father. On the same base a young Wolvian woman named Arya aspires to become an aircraft mechanic in the face of misogynist and xenophobic culture. Peter and Arya are assigned together, and Peter is confronted with his prejudice. Will they learn to look past their species to become an unstop... more
  • American Strays

    by Douglas Richardson
  • The Child and the Tree: A Tale for Better Times

    by Nohra Bernal

    In a desert, a migrant girl discovers a tree. Their friendship transforms their world. And hopefully ours as well!

    A heartwarming and hopeful tale beautifully depicted in colorful illustrations and lyrical text. Social and environmental awareness come together in a story that touches on migration, resilience, forest regeneration, and individual empowerment.

    Perfect for fans and frenemies of:

    • The Giving Tree
    • The Lorax

    Perfect for fans of:... more

  • The Wonderful Once: A Christmas Story

    by John Buchta
    A little boy goes on a fantastic Christmas adventure in this story of a kind gesture that results in a magical journey. It’s an all-around feel-good story with a surprise ending and a powerful message. Brought to life by beautiful illustrations, this enchanting tale captures the spirit of Christmas and the magic of a single good deed that changed the world forever. It has all the makings of an annual read for families at Christmastime and a fresh look at some age-old traditions that will... more

    by Brian Kaufman
    1897. August Simms—explorer, soldier, world traveler—returns to Rhome, Texas to chase one last adventure. Hundreds of UFO sightings have been reported, seven years before the Wright brother’s flight, and August intends to solve the mystery. Instead, the past comes calling. A murder, a lynching, and the death of his wife fifteen years earlier are inextricably tied to the present. The adventure August finds will not be the one he expects…
  • New Normal

    by Michelle Paris
    After the sudden death of her husband, Emilie Russell just wants to feel normal. But being a middle-aged widow doesn’t come with a how-to manual. Her well-meaning friend, Viv, believes the cure to all that ails is simple: a new man. So, she sets Emilie up with her handsome and charming new neighbor, widower Colin. There’s only one problem with the plan—Colin is gay. Emilie embarks on a rollicking journey of self-discovery with Colin as her mentor and best friend. From learning to swipe right... more
  • US Ghostwriting Services

    by william smith
    e book writing services I am William Smith, a writer at the US Ghostwriting agency that provides the best ebook writing services in the USA. Our firm specializes in providing high-quality ebook writing services. We have a team of experienced writers who can create engaging and informative ebooks on various topics. Whether you need an ebook for marketing purposes or to share valuable information with your audience, we can help. Our ebook writing servic... more
  • 978-1-58985-015-6

    by Cynthia Kern OBrien

    Marky the Magnificent Fairy is written with the intent of eliciting back and forth discussions with children at home or in the classroom.

    I had many conversations with both children and adults while creating this book. I am grateful that they were kind enough to share with me their personal stories of bullying, fear, anxiety, insecurities, and handicaps both visible and invisible. The stories were wide-ranging – however the lasting after effect was the same. But they also shared t... more

  • Bunny Hunt

    by Lucy Simon
    In a classic tale of mistaken identity, Lucy Simon takes readers on a hunt for the Easter Bunny. Along the way, readers will delight in each animal's cute and sneaky disguise.
  • The Arrows of Mercy

    by Jill MacLean
    The year is 1348. Haunted by the blood on his hands, an archer named Edmund returns home from the French wars to a life of serfdom. His brutal elder brother does not want a hero on his doorstep. The priest denounces his mercy killings. The woman he loves yearns for a wider world; the ambitious wise-woman challenges him in ways he deplores; and an abused servant-girl is a thorn to his flesh. Yet, as the days pass, Edmund is impelled to fight for the impossible: love and redemption. Then plague ar... more
  • Something We Never Imagined

    by Andrea Comparato

    WON 10 AWARDS in 10 MONTHS!

    Although self-published with Westbow, Andrea Comparato, Literary Agent, offered Douglas representation after reading this book. 

    Introducing Douglas J. Wemple, whose writing style mirrors Nicholas Sparks, with Christian tones of Mitch Albom.

    This story is Serendipity meets Do You Believe?

    A bitter young man with an ey... more