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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Kiss'd

    by D. C. Reep
    Kissed by a ghost—Sixteen-year-old Jenny Tyler doesn’t believe in ghosts, but her recent concussion gives her strange visions. Her aunt’s séances to reach the dead produce even more odd sensations. After a séance, Jenny meets a ghost soldier who says he needs help and, with a kiss, takes her to 1914 Belgium during the invasion by Germany at the start of World War I. Hurtled through time, Jenny relies on her courage to survive constant danger in an unfamiliar world. When she finds Jack, a Canadia... more
  • Maiden

    by Chris Sorensen
    MAIDEN is my debut YA novel (also appropriate for middle schoolers). A clean, uplifting coming-of-age adventure loosely inspired by the life of Joan of Arc. Jeanette is not like the other 17-year-old, gray-eyed girls in the war-torn kingdom of Amarin. While the other girls hope to regain the green eye color of their ancestors at spring festival and win the prince’s favor, Jeanette has other plans to escape her stifled village life. After the caravan arrives, Jeanette fears that she will ... more
  • Effeminate Earth

    by Julia Flowers
    Men have been scientifically proven to be the cause of all troubles on Earth: wars, murders, violence, robberies, everything that is wrong with society. So what should the government do? Slowly eradicate all males of course! After over one hundred years of careful, scientific elimination, the male species is extinct. Sarah Williams, a high-ranking government official in the Department of Scientifically Generated Incubation (SGI) and convicted believer that all males are evil, decides it’s he... more
  • I Was, Am, Will Be Alice

    by Elise Abram
    Nine year old Alice Carroll realizes she can time travel after she narrowly escapes death in a school shooting, a situation she is determined to control in order to go back to the day of the shooting, save the lives of her teachers and classmates, and discover the identity of the woman who sacrificed herself so Alice could live.
  • The Myth of Santa's Beard

    by Sharon Thayer
  • Rose Red and the Seven Elves

    by G. L. Strytler

    A Princess in servitude.

    Rose Red, the younger sister of Snow White, lives with her stepmother the evil Queen. She works, cooks and cleans night and day without reward, but the evil Queen has a beautiful throne Rose Red greatly admires and on which longs to sit—if only for a moment—but is forbidden to do so.

    The evil Queen also has a longing for majestic objects, including a beautiful royal red robe, which can only be stitched from Rose Red’s heartstrings and dye... more

  • The Trilogy

    by Clarence Chavis
    Young Samuel Watkins has an amazing gift only known to a few people. He receives personal messages in poetic form from the forces of Good and Evil. Throughout his childhood, Samuel is being prepped for the special mission he is chosen to lead. Unfortunately the odds are against the blossoming of Samuel’s gift and purpose due to the daily struggles of Baltimore’s inner city and the Evil One’s attempt to deter Samuel from his purpose. Despite Samuel’s epic challenges, he has the guidance and ... more
  • Life Can Change (In An Instant) (Volume 2)

    by Janae Mitchell
    Kaden Jones’s life will never be the same. The person he once was died the day he wrecked his motorcycle, leaving him physically and mentally broken. Wanting to die, yet not even capable of killing himself, he feels like there’s no hope; that he’s being forced to live a life he no longer wants to live. In the midst of his despair, there’s one person who has loved him through it all, and that is Emersyn Moore. No matter how broken Kaden appears, she knows the old Kaden is still there, trapped wit... more
  • In An Instant (Volume 1)

    by Janae Mitchell
    Sixteen-year-old Emersyn Moore spends her summer days working part-time in a book store, enjoying her next read, and hanging out with her best friend, Brianna. She also spends a lot of time admiring Brianna’s older brother, Kaden, who has made it clear that he sees Emersyn as nothing more than a sister. Emersyn concedes to her sisterly role, keeping her feelings to herself, as well as the fantasies she knows will never become reality. However, when Kaden is involved in a disabling accident, ever... more
  • Rosey Raises Roses

    by Leah Escott

    Rosey, a five-year-old headstrong little girl, is determined not to end up employed in a flower related profession as has been role modelled for her by several generations of matriarchs. As Rosey matures, in her desperate avoidance of flower-related endeavors, Rosey acquires knowledge, worldliness, love, and finally, self-awareness, from an unexpected encounter. 

    All the names are flower related, making the story funny and equally appreciated by children and adults.

  • A Glass of Crazy

    by Tina Laningham

    In A GLASS OF CRAZY, Abby uses snarky humor to guide the reader on her journey into the depths of alcoholism and the not so easy road back. Those who like the hit drama series, The Fosters, won't want to miss A Glass of Crazy.

  • Charlie's Chalk Stick

    by Renee Wendinger
    One day Charlie, a hobo, hopped off the two o'clock train. After forming a friendship with an injured dog at a hobo village, Charlie meets a group of children at a lemonade stand. Through the use of his chalk stick, Charlie teaches the children a new language - the hobo language. Will the children judge Charlie by his appearance? Or will they have a change of heart? Deftly written by Renee Wendinger and charmingly illustrated by Sharon Grey, "Charlie's Chalk Stick" is a delightfully engaging chi... more
  • Spillworthy

    by Johanna Harness
    A Spillworthy is an idea so good, it has to be shared and ten-year-old Ulysses Finch doesn't let being homeless get in his way. He scrawls his best thoughts on pizza boxes, releases them into the wild, and relishes every response. After moving to Idaho, Ulysses finds Gem Rost's journal and dives into reading it. She must be a kindred spirit! Or is she?
  • Over the Under, and Around the Square: A Tale of Enduring Friendship

    by Craig Kunce
    A modern day tale of devoted friendship and the things each of us has to endure to make a valued friendship last. Spring has sprung in vibrant and colorful Under Valley. The valley is alive with wonderful creatures and tales to tell. As our story unfolds, we find an unusual pair. One is a silky orange snake, the other is a bright pink square. Their new friendship will blossom, then change, and change again. Let's hope, for their sake, it gets better in the end.
  • Trouble Finds Me

    by Craig Kunce
    An inspiring and compassionate story about two would-be friends. Friendship finds us when we least expect it. That's what our large orange friend discovers when it crosses paths one afternoon with a persistent, blue pest. It tries and tries, but it just can't get rid of the little blue bother. Then again, maybe it doesn't want to. What does that little pesky thing want anyway?
  • The Castle in the Bubble

    by Lori Forrest
    An old bubble wand. A hazy image in a bubble. POP! And suddenly, Erin is pulled into a new world -- a medieval town, complete with a castle. Mistaken for the princess who has gone missing, she finds herself in danger and on the adventure of a lifetime. With the help of her new friend, Jeffrey, Erin finds clues to the missing princess and struggles to save the kingdom. Join Erin on her first adventure in the magic bubble as she discovers the past of this new world. She must decide who to trust a... more

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