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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Eddie the Legend

    by Brian Scala
    Eddie Fitzgerald never imagined he would do anything but follow in his father’s footsteps as a star ballplayer. However, when his baseball dreams did not pan out, he resigned himself to an ordinary existence. After several years, the Seattle native moved to Long Island when his wife received a lucrative job offer. A global pandemic would turn his mundane life and sixteen-year marriage upside down. When the world returned to normal, Eddie garnered the strength to move beyond tragedy and make n... more
  • Carillon Chase

    by D.R. Ransdell
    Gina Campanello is thrilled when Happy Travels Press offers her a writing assignment. The college student envisions traveling between jungle palaces and island paradises. When she’s assigned to drive from Arizona to the heart of the Midwest, she curses her bad luck. The only perk is attending an international festival in Springfield, Illinois, especially after she makes friends with the top-billed musician. But before she reaches the capital city, Vlinder Van de Velde disappears. After he misses... more
  • Worldwide Crush

    by Kristin Nilsen
    Rory Calhoun is a teen popstar with perfect teeth and messy hair who’s inspiring first crushes all over the globe. Millie Jackson is just one of the millions of fans who love him—but that doesn't mean her heart doesn't break for him every single day in this laugh-out-loud coming-of-age story. How many of Rory’s fans collect “data” about him in a special notebook hidden in their underwear drawer? Or have faked a fascination with whale migration for a chance to visit his hometown? Millie may no... more
  • Ambition, Arrogance & Pride

    by Bublish, Inc.

    Three Weddings—Two Rival Families In 1735 Richard Derby, a ship’s master in colonial Salem, Massachusetts, married Mary Hodges, a merchant's daughter.

    The alliance was good business, and Mary Hodges was a willing bride. Richard prospered, retired from the sea, and founded his own merchant house. With one exception, Richard's sons went to sea. Hasket Derby stayed ashore, learning to manage the trading network his father built. George Crowninshield was the youngest of ... more

  • A Little Rain

    by Bill VanPatten

    WINNER OF THE 2022 BRONZE MEDAL FOR SELF-PUBLISHING REVIEW BOOK AWARDS

    Sixteen-year-old Alexander Chance’s love of another boy has turned into an obsession—and the consequences have pushed his family to the brink. Sitting in a courtroom, he reflects on the past four months and what led him to the present situation. His father watches a quiet and dissociated son during the proceedings, forcing him to confront his own secretive past and the repressed sexuality that destroyed a... more

  • Adventures of the Sací Kids: A New Home

    by Pamella Russell
    Four foster children meet an elf called Sací. sheltering in an antique rum barrel. He's a one-legged trickster in a magical red cap who smells like rotten eggs and travels in a dust tunnel - an orphan of sorts and a long way from his home in the jungles of Brazil. Add to the mix a crafty antiques' dealer who tries to cheat the children out of their discovery. What lessons will they all learn as they bond together and discover a new definition of friendship and family? That discovery will help th... more
  • Maria Isabel

    by Petru Plesa
    The novel is a combination between mystery and suspense which introduces you to the subject from the first page. The book reveals the extremes of the human condition from the most absurd to the most uplifting, a condition that has been present with us at all times. Maria Isabel is a fiction novel that unfolds in three dimensions, intertwining in a harmonious and intriguing way.The first dimension is a historical one, an account of life, people and places, from 17th century Spain. The second i... more
  • Conflict of Interest

    by Leonard A. Zwelling, Marianne L. Ehrlich
    Money drives medicine. All doctors are not good. Hospitals are dangerous places. People die. With the incisive eye of those who have lived the experiences of health care delivery gone wrong, Dr. Zwelling and Ms. Ehrlich weave a frightening narrative about shocking and grievous events that occur when conflicts of interest among the staff and faculty of a major academic medical center prevail over the Hippocratic Oath, Primum Non Nocere. First do no harm.
  • Charlie the Champion - Mom's Choice Silver Award Recipient

    by K.R. King
    Charlie the Champion is an inspirational tale of Charlie the chubby cheetah, who wants nothing more than to be strong like his dad and compete to win big races. With a big, round belly, Charlie doesn’t feel like he could ever do something so great. Being a chubby cheetah is harder than you think. After being bullied by his classmates, Charlie finally decides that he will not be scared to do what he loves anymore. In the face of fear, Charlie finally unlocks his hidden extraordinary potential ... more
  • The Miracle of a Butterfly

    by Betty and Paul Lowery
    Butterflies are a beautiful natural resource that is fading away! Through The Miracle of a Butterfly, Betty and Paul Lowery hope to inspire others to plant their very own butterfly gardens to help keep these helpful and beautiful creatures alive. Through their fun and captivating poetry, the Lowerys will help children understand more about the life of a butterfly and their importance to our ecosystem. So, open up the pages and plant the seeds of inspiration in your own child’s mind, and together... more
  • R & R: A Sex Comedy

    by E.M. Schorb
    \tSerge Bering-Strait, a young poet living with his activist mother and aunties has just been employed as copywriter for “Women’s Omnibus” magazine. His boss, Bettina Battle, the “Battle of Britain,” hails from “Swinging London”—the magazine as well as the city—and is out to deflower him. On the sly, he’s writing Resurgius, a novel set in a universe governed by women, where the Dongs are in revolt.
  • An Eternity of Mirrors: Best Short Stories of Johnny Townsend

    by Johnny Townsend
    From over 500 short stories published over three decades, author Johnny Townsend presents several of his favorites. A gay couple steals from the rich to support their favorite charities. Two young women vie for the affection of the same missionary. A father with a speech impediment is forced into the spotlight after his daughter survives a school shooting. A reporter seeks the identity of Salt Lake’s new superhero—a masked man wearing temples clothes who mysteriously shows up at crime scenes... more
  • Scar Songs

    by W. Royce Adams
    SCAR SONGS contains nine stories dealing with male protagonists at various stages in life who experience events that leave either a psychological or physical memory scar. The stories cover dilemmas such as struggles with family loyalties, guilt after catching a shoplifter, suffering the loss of a loved one, the inability to forgive, and the breakdown of a professor while teaching his class.
  • When a Phoenix Rose Nevermore: Cycles of the Phoenix II

    by C.A. Nicholas
    Dear Literary Traveler, Another life-affirming journey between you and C.A. Nicholas awaits! In this standalone sequel to Cycles of the Phoenix, you will encounter tragic tales and surreal comedies, as well as degrees of horror. Yet the heroes of these diverse, interlaced, and multigenerational stories share a desire to show you how to find happiness amid persistent sorrow; their mantra is this: you are wonderful because you exist.
  • The Servant of Helaman

    by M.D. House

    While a mighty nation reels following the assassination of its chief leader, its greatest enemy prepares to launch another bold invasion aimed at the subjugation of the free people of Nephi, about fifty years before the Savior’s long-prophesied advent to the world.

     

    Caught up in the swirling cacophony of events is a young soldier and spy, a former orphan whose growing testimony of the coming Christ will be tested and refined as he engages in momentous battles to preser... more

  • The Barabbas Legacy

    by M.D. House

    In this poignant capstone to the trilogy, the man called Barabbas—infamous former thief, murderer and prisoner turned Christian—and his wife Chanah continue their mission of spreading the gospel across the known world as cauldrons of political and military chaos boil across the Roman Empire. Nero is increasingly erratic, and it’s only a matter of time before the sharp knives of imperial politics finish him off. Various successors vie for position. Who will strike first, and ... more

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