Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Mashed Myths : Greek Heroes

    by Andrew Traucki and Mick Wannenmacher
    MASHED MYTHS: GREEK HEROES is a books for 7 to 12 year olds about ancient myths. It’s a funny, easy to read, comical retelling of the classic stories loaded with humour, drawings and adventure. It’s Fractured Fairytales meets Hercules and the Ancient Greek Heroes.
  • Billy Gets Talking: A Preschooler's Journey Overcoming Childhood Apraxia of Speech

    by Mehreen Kakwan
    Billy was a smart boy, but he felt frustrated since it was difficult to move his lips, jaw, and tongue, to clearly say the words in his head. This is a story about how Billy found his words with the help of his speech-language pathologist and his family. With hard work and each small step, Billy became happier and gained confidence when talking to his family and friends. Written for ages 2-4, Billy's story is a relatable journey for the youngest children with a diagnosis of childhood apraxia ... more
  • Mich & Moose Adventures

    by Vince Cleghorne
    Mich and Moose love snowy mornings, but not everyone finds the snow fun. Their friend Spinner the Spider has been trying to build her web all morning, but it keeps slipping off the ice. Mich and Moose set off on an adventure to help Spinner find the ideal place for her web. Will it stick on a startled cat? Or on a fancy hat? Maybe a genie’s tum? But definitely not on a witch’s bum!
  • Strangers In Another Country

    by Lawrence G. Taylor
    Set in the late 60s and two ethnically different environments (London and Stockholm), this collection of two short stories and two novellas describes social and personal problems encountered by the four protagonists respectively: Betty, Binky, Charlie, and Moby - the men are fictionalised expatriates from the Caribbean. Themes are dreams, loneliness, alienation, disappointment and the lack of solidarity are some of the leading challenges they face. There is humour to ease the pain. The question ... more
  • Chula the Fox

    by Anthony Perry
    Chula, a Chickasaw boy, is suddenly thrown into the murky and treacherous worlds of warfare and adulthood after a traumatic ambush costs him his father. Left haunted by a restless spirit, Chula concludes, in line with the customs of his time, that only vengeance will make things right again. With the help of his Uncle Lheotubby, and armed with a brand-new musket, Chula hones his skills to become one of the revered Chickasaw warriors. He vows to join a raid against the enemy, regardless of his... more
  • Box Blades for Sale: A Quick and Easy Buyer’s Guide

    by Mike Langer
    Box blades are indispensable to farmers, landscapers, and builders because the simple design of a box blade is excellent for helping level out soils and other materials. Useful for preparing building sites, creating garden plots, smoothing driveways, and landscaping- even on tough, compacted soil - a box blade tractor attachment is efficiently equipped with adjustable ripper shanks to break up the soil, and blades to then level it out. Depending on your needs, more
  • A Bell For Jimmy

    by Theo Wadsworth
    A 103 page (51 quatrains) illustrated poem about a little dog who saves his snow-bound mountain village from imminent disaster.
  • The Sweetest Bird

    by Craig Cantelmo
    The sweetest bird takes a behind the scenes look at the lovable, soft spoken stork as he delivers all types of babies with compassion and love. Follow this sweet hearted bird on his journey as he will stop at nothing to deliver the next bundle of joy.
  • Anything is Possible: A Child's Journey to America and Hope

    by barbara stock
    Ten year old Sara packs as much as she can for the long trip to America. She is sure to pack her new doll so she doesn't feel lonely. But she has to leave very important things behind--her best friend, her grandmother, her house. Her family is not safe in Russia in 1909. Russia's leaders encourage soldiers and even some neighbors to attack and exploit Jewish people--and Sara's family is Jewish. Sara, her mother and three younger brothers come to Pittsburgh because her father, her aunts, uncl... more
  • The Elephant's Euphonium: A Little Tusker's Adventures in Africa (Little Global Adventurers)

    by Bonnie J. Fladung
    Inspired by the true story of Isilo, one of the largest and most famous tuskers in the world, this fantasy tale is told through the eyes of his imaginary son. Khula is a naughty little elephant who just wants to play music and have fun. But when he grows up, his mother takes him on a journey to find out what happened to his father, the "King of Kings." Learn about the last of the big tuskers and discover all kinds of information about southern Africa.
  • LEADER of The Pack Walking

    by leader ofthepack
    Dogs do not want to stay indoors for long and love to go on walks. Leader of the Pack offer dog walking services Oakville and Burlington for 30 or 40-minute walks and train your dog to walk with a leash
  • Barry Bear's Very Best, Learning to Say No to Negative Influences

    by Florenza Lee
    Barry is a very kind and considerate bear. He is known at home, school, and in his neighborhood as being helpful and thoughtful. New bears move in who are neither kind nor considerate; they bully Barry but Barry continues to do his very best. It is only when the bears attempt to pressure Barry to take drugs and drink alcohol does Barry involve his mom. Barry combines an anti-bullying message with DARE's just say no campaign and gives children usable tools they may use to continue to be their ver... more
  • The Tail of Max the Mindless Dog, A Children's Book on Mindfulness

    by Florenza Lee
    The Tail of Max the Mindless Dog, A Children's Book on Mindfulness is a book about a little puppy named Max. Max's tail is oftentimes hurt, no matter what he does, something happens to cause him pain. This pain is due to no fault of his own. However, believing his tail to be the source of his pain, he sets out to catch it and tie it in a knot. It is only when Max is asked why he runs in circles in the first place that he takes ownership of his actions and calls it a habit. Max's habit of running... more
  • Oh My Goodness, Look at this Big Mess

    by Florenza Lee
    “Oh My Goodness, Look at this Big Mess!” A Book on Obedience Based on Matthew 21: 28 - 32 This wonderful book, illustrated by Ray Johnson is based on The Parable of the Two Sons, found in Matthew 21: 28-32. It features twin brothers, Will and Willis. The brothers look, walk, and talk alike. They do everything together except, one always does as he says and the other does not. When asked to complete certain tasks, one brother states he will and the other states he will not; only one is bein... more
  • O'Kapi

    by Florenza Lee
    It is said, if you follow a rainbow to its very end, you will arrive in a magical place known as O'Kapi. In O'Kapi, majestic horses run and play all day long. Everyone gets along well except for one horse named Oya. Oya is not very kind and keeps to herself. She is different than the other horses; rather than celebrate her uniqueness, she hides away and is distant from the others. It is only when three sisters: Nevaeh, Nylah, and Naomi befriend her that she learns something amazing about her... more
  • Acornsville, Land of the Secret Seed Keepers

    by Florenza Lee
    Acornsville, Land of the Secret Seeds Keeper is currently being illustrated by Sofania Artisan. It is the first of several books written based on parables found in the Bible. The intent of these books is to teach the application of the stories. The book is set in a little forest called Acornsville. All the citizens are kind, helpful, generous, and live in peace and harmony; everyone that is, except Roscoe Rabbit. He is neither kind nor considerate. Roscoe doesn't assist his neighbors and ever... more

Loading...