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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Mrs Johnson's Psychedelic Gathering

    by Christopher Anthony Rhodes
    One Year after the 2020 Nimbus Pandemic, Mrs Johnson has a mystery visitor, who gives her the power to save the world. Who is Mr Lovegrove and how will Mrs Johnson gather The Six together after more than 40 years? Join them on a psychedelic adventure spanning eight decades and crossing time and space as they attempt to save their world from extinction.
  • Polly Goes to the Fair

    by Marcia Miles
    For everyone who loves adventure, Polly is always offering new ones. Polly is busy learning more, and more about her world. In the second book in this series, Polly visited the fair, what will Polly learn. Continue reading to find out.
  • Exposed: Humanity Craves Power

    by Anton D. Morris

    Exposed: Humanity Craves Power is, a 90,700-word novel, begins at the end of HORUS FITSROY'S run for his party's nomination. He leaves the courthouse to face a swarm of reporters who want to know if Horus is guilty of conspiring to kill a suddenly famous internet journalist - APOLLO GIVENS. Once home, Horus and his brother JASON recall days when life was more straightforward for them. They remember the night of the company Christmas party when things changed. Through multiple points o... more

  • The Last Word

    by Ron Miner
    A small town journalist is tasked with the most important assignment of his life––a conversation with the last surviving World War II veteran. And the man is willing to talk. Gleaned from real life filmed interviews with ten squadron members, this novel is a poignant tale of a life well lived, and an evocative legacy of rescue missions and night flight from New Guinea to the Mariana Islands of World War II’s South Pacific. Dan Callahan’s next three days take him on a pilgrimage of over ... more
  • Hamilton's Choice

    by Jack Casey
    A historical novel about the emotional and political events that led up to the famous duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. A vivid portrayal of Hamilton's conflicting loyalties to his family and his country.
  • Jam Sessions: Sometimes in Middle School, the best you can do is survive.

    by Jerry Harwood
    Meet Phillip. His mom relocates him to a new school in the middle of the school year. Things do not go well. Phillip lands himself a trip to the dean of student’s office when he tries to forge his mother’s signature. Maybe if he spelled her name correctly it would have gone better. Phillip also finds himself having more and more anxiety. And the song some bullies are singing is certainly not helping: Phillip Willip, Puddin and Pie. Got a bad grade and made him cry. There i... more
  • American Blasphemer

    by John Matthew Gillen

    Would you dance with the Devil at a rock and roll show?

    Even if she wanted to kill you?

    American Blasphemer is the story of a lovesick writer named John who moves to NYC to escape his dysfunctional family after getting dumped by his girlfriend.

    An epic literary novel written in the tradition of Denis Johnson, Charles Bukowski, and Hunter S. Thompson, each chapter delivers new characters and unforgettab... more

  • Can I Tell You Something?

    by Karl Kristian Flores
    Rich. Dense. Hopeful. Can I Tell You Something? (CITYS) is a tender and brutal book of philosophy. Its collection is composed of 100 poems about age, addiction, disease, poverty, romance, art, friendship and more. Flores’ poems are a nuanced assembly of our questions, our instincts, and our most concealed emotions like shame, purposelessness, and lust. These poems are accompanied by fifty illustrations by Marta Maszkiewicz to create a powerful thrill for readers looking to be inspired by new ide... more
  • The Showdown at San Benito

    by Roy Calvin Moore
    In the times of post-Civil War reconstruction comes a Western page-turner of epic proportions. Who are the good guys? • a tormented Texas Ranger • a murdering priest • and a teen-mother collide in the lawless land of South Texas. Gambling, gunfights and the wealthiest whorehouse in Texas all play starring roles in this legend of struggle and ambition. This twisted tale of morality brings to light how bad folks can reform and good folks can turn bad. You’ll love... more
  • What the Farmer Told the Bard

    by Paul Cornell Du Houx

    It's a world where you build your personal panoply of credit. You wear it like armor and rise as a cybertype in a hierarchy of avatars, by watching your own Orpheus Chronicles. One of you is suspected to be the return of the Christ. The camera is on a computer scientist who has developed a sexual truth-seeking path-finder that uncovers past lives. A race to identify and save him -- or sacrifice him for credit -- builds into a global crisis of monotheism. Puck, Titania and other p... more

  • King's Blood

    by Daniel J. Geisel

    King’s Blood is a fast-paced retelling of history’s greatest life-threatening journey ever taken to become king. It is the story of David and his unconventional rise to power, but this is not your Sunday-school tale.

    To those who know him, he is nothing more than a shepherd. To his family, he is a servant and the youngest of eight, but David has a secret. It is a secret that will propel him into the national spotlight with the slaying of the most notorious giant in history.<... more

  • The Happiness of Many Lives

    by Andrew Griffiths
    Are we connected to others who have gone before us, to those who have stood in the same spaces or experienced the same emotions? Can those who don’t find resolution and acceptance in their time and place find it in someone else’s? Can it take many lifetimes to resolve a life? Or, can it take just one lifetime to resolve the conflicts of many lives? Johnny, a struggling young man who faces his mental instability with defiance and humor, starts a journal to document his obsessive and jea... more
  • To the Ends of the Earth

    by Sharon Thayer
    A lyrical “love story” that goes beyond all borders. "To the Ends of the Earth" is a journey of love from the moment it comes into your world, through the challenges it brings, as you travel through wild storms, over steep mountains, across mighty oceans, and through the deepest jungles, ever pushing forward, fueled by love’s unlimited power. Through our lives we all lose our smile once in a while. We get bored, sick, upset, lost, or afraid. When that happens, our burdens are greatly li... more

    by Jill C. Baker
    For men in mid-life crisis, women in dull jobs, or anyone seeking adventure, Absent takes you on a wild ride. Carter Sutherland, a former high school science teacher, is now a think tank executive living near D.C. His world is precise and analytical; his demeanor, reserved. Because he is partially color-blind, his black-and-white perspective is both literal and physical—until he meets client Tracee Green—a synesthete who sees words as colors. When she offers to take him on four sensory-ric... more
  • The Settling

    by Michael Putegnat
    A seemingly random leaf, floating on a quiet pond, Charlie Campbell is a bookkeeper of little account, whose life is ordinary to the point of invisibility...until his death unlocks a truth that challenges three unsettled lives, who must now come to their own final settlements.
  • Annalynn the Canadian Spy: Terrible Tissues

    by Shawn P. B. Robinson
    Ten-year-old Annalynn has just been hired as a spy. Two men and two women break into Annalynn's home and steal a box of tissues, literally from under their noses. No one can imagine why someone would do such a thing, but Annalynn has been put on the case. Her country needs her, but does she have what it takes? Laugh your way through the adventure of a lifetime as Annalynn embarks on her new life as a Canadian Spy in this exciting series starter!