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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Orient of Adoration

    by Maria Yrsa Rönneus

    "I have nothing, except my looks. I do not wish to be merely a man's pretty possession; but unmarried and unskilled, I am nothing. I need change."

    Miss Millicent Barbian has lost everything. To acheive any sliver of happiness, she must change, not only how others perceive her, but also how she sees herself.

    When her cousin asks her to go out to India as her companion, Millicent is happy to accept. But instead of a new beginning, she finds that her father'... more

  • Oaths of Affection

    by Maria Yrsa Rönneus

    “Your mother was a whore!”

    After her parents' tragic accident; the spirited, principled, and romantic Lady Marigold is plunged into a bleak existence at the hands of her vindictive aunt. Inexplicably, her aunt and uncle seem to oppose any marriage match. Is she doomed to remain her beautiful cousin's companion? And what exactly is up with her uncle's shady, overly familiar lawyer?
    The attentions of the gallant Major Arthur Hastings present a r... more

  • DIVERSITY: A Colourful Collection of Short Stories

    by Monique Gliozzi
    Diversity is a delightful collection of short stories taking the reader on a charismatic adventure mixed with suspense, drama, and even humour. A close shave with death in The Twin, a humorous account of the stubborn character in The Mask, the romantic and comical rendezvous of Burning Love, the ghostly memories of the El Caballo Inn, and so much more! Gliozzi's exploration of diverse themes invites us to experience and acknowledge the colourfulness of life itself.
  • The Shakespeare Conspiracy: A Novel about the Greatest Literary Deception of All Time

    by Ted Bacino
    1593 -- Elizabethan London... ...He was gay...a spy for England, ...the country's foremost playwright at the time, ...about to be tried for treason, ...who had hired a bumbling actor named Shakespeare to front for his plays, ...and had become a fugitive, trying to evade clever Inspector Maunder -- who had dedicated his life to catching this criminal, the Black Plague was spreading everywhere. IT WAS TIME FOR CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE TO FAKE HIS OWN MURDER. (It's based on real people an... more
  • OOF: An Online Outrage Fiesta for the Ages

    by Strobe Witherspoon

    Novelist and cultural critic Strobe Witherspoon interrogates his own profession. It goes terribly.

    "A strikingly original book that astutely captures an era of division…an innovative literary experiment that supplies a thoughtful commentary on the ‘discourse virus’ of our age…Witherspoon’s eclectic work effectively documents the feverish public reaction to the impending publication of his latest book as a “comp... more

  • Only Forward, Never Back

    by Andrew Sarto

    A story of three expats making a mess of things abroad. Harper lands in Toronto. His plan? To make himself a respectable adult life and stop being such a screw-up. Adrian arrives in Rome. He's a 21-year-old bundle of insecurity and Presbyterian inhibition who wants to trick a handsome Italian into being his boyfriend. Natalie, a habitual escape artist, flees to London. Behind her, and catching up fast, is a tsunami of past missteps and misdeeds. Far from home, these three New Zealanders&n... more

  • World Language

    My book eventually changed the languages we learned in school and in long run we speak one language in world.
  • The Nucleus of Reality, or the Recollections of Thomas P–

    by L.A. Davenport

    The truth is all around you

    Thomas P– is exhausted. He's been travelling for work so much he barely knows where he is. And then, while waiting for a table at a restaurant, he sees someone from his past. Exactly as she was twenty years ago, when they first knew each other. Deeply shaken, he tries to carry on as if nothing happened.

    But when it happens again, in a different restaurant, in a different city, Thomas's world begins to unravel. Haunted by a... more

  • The Isa Book 1: Isa's Very First Book

    by Linda Gruenberg
    The Isa Book 1 is a child's very first learn-to-read book. The vocabulary is first-book simple, illustrated with whimsical watercolor to help the child work out the story and read it themselves. In this book, Isa "likes" a thing, and it likes her too. Isa likes some surprising things, as you'll find out.
  • Robotastic!

    by Sari Karplus
    It starts with a big birthday wish... Alf closes his eyes and wishes for a best friend. Not wanting to wait around for the magic to happen, he takes matters into his own hands. Alf sets out to build his own best buddy: a robot.
  • Kool to Be Kind

    by Carolina Cutruzzola
    Charlie, the friendliest boy in school and President of the #Kool2BeKind Club, is eager to become a friend to Pat, the new kid in class. However, he soon realizes that this is not an easy task. Regardless of how many times Charlie tries to win him over with kindness and cookies, Pat continues to bully him. Just as Charlie is ready to give up on the idea of being Pat’s friend, he is surprised to discover why Pat was being a bully in the first place. By understanding Pat’s point of view, Charl... more

    by Allen Wittenborn

    It's 1980 and the Middle East is engulfed in chaos and war as generals, ayatollahs and mujahideen fight for money, power, and God. Turkey's coup finds two seasoned operatives, Kemal Yilmaz and Shirin Demirel, forced to cooperate to survive. They're complete strangers but in the world of spy craft they know about each other. Although political opposites, their common denominator is Nadiye, Kemal's fiancee and Shirin's estranged sister who has disappeared. But there's no... more

  • Brandon Goes to Hong Kong - Xiānggǎng (香港)

    by Eugenia Chu
    While on a trip to Hong Kong, Brandon thinks he sees a great red dragon – but is it real or imaginary? Join Brandon as he tours the city and learns about dragons in this multicultural, multigenerational chapter book which includes some Mandarin Chinese (Simplified) with Pinyin pronunciation throughout, adding educational elements of the Chinese language and culture. Is Brandon the only one who sees the dragon? Can legendary or mythical creatures ever be real? What do you believe?
  • Dream Wishes Prayers For Children

    by Marcia Miles
    Let your child read a prayer from Dream Wishes Prayers For Children, each morning and each night to grow, build strength, and instill confidence that will help young children throughout their lives.
  • Beneath the Tracks

    by Jimmy Stalikas
    It was a cold day in December. But unknown to many, the chaos were boiling beneath the tracks. This day was like any other day, people commuting from the city, from places as far as Albany and New Jersey and Washington DC, but mostly from the five boroughs where most businesses were getting ready for another day, cursing the MTA for them getting to work late and flipping on the news as they get home. Hey, if they were late for work cause of track work, well, that's a part of living in the city. ... more
  • The Shakespeare Conspiracy: A Novel about the Greatest Literary Deception of All Time

    by Ted Bacino

    •He was gay...about to tried for treason...had hired a bumbling actor from Stratford to front for his writings…and was a fugitive, trying to evade a clever Inspector -- and the Black Plague. •It was obviously time for Christopher Marlowe to fake his own murder. •It's a novel about the literary deception of all time.