General Fiction

A September to Remember <bR>By: Richard Wubbena
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-322-8
Edition: Paperback, 48 Pages
Publication Date: August 8, 2011
Jim’s first day of class in September was interrupted when a new student, Irvin, entered. Irvin showed an instant dislike for Jim, and before the day had ended Irvin had bullied Jim several times. The bullying continued day after day and not even Jim’s best friend, Jack, would support him. Jim was so fearful of Irvin that once he pretended to be sick so that he didn’t have to go to school. Only when a classmate, Jessica, befriended Jim and encouraged him did he find the inner strength to resist Irvin’s bullying.
Four Walls <bR>By: Tyree M. Braden
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-307-5
Edition: Paperback, 88 Pages
Publication Date: June 16, 2011
This story is about three Southern couples and their hard times. While going through tough times, tragedy, heartbreak, and secrets, they either find each other or lose each other. Follow them and their story as they face the challenges that their lives in Mississippi puts in front of them.
George <BR>By: G. F. Papson
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-299-3
Edition: Paperback, 140 Pages
Publication Date: June 9, 2011
George is a story about a guy who can’t seem to find a girlfriend, no matter how hard he tries.
Darwin Smiled <BR>By: John Stchur
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-291-7
Edition: Paperback, 297 Pages
Publication Date: May 24, 2011
The tale of a motherless child gifted with superhuman strength and the sensual angel who saves him

Darwin Smiled is the amazing story of a young man named Johnny Leeds, who might easily be thought of as “the thinking man’s Superman.” Everything about him is scientifically, physiologically possible and has historical precedent, surprisingly well-documented precedent, while the story itself is written by someone who knows first-hand what it is like to be in the upper echelons of the strength world, both personally and as a trainer of numerous exceptional athletes.

Darwin Smiled, however, is much more than merely the tale of an eighteen year-old who just happens to be the most powerful human being to ever walk the Earth. Fun, somewhat quirky and absolutely unique, it is also a love story, a mildly erotic novel (at times), and a tribute to the heroic nature of the unconditional love given him by two very special women: First is Julie, the sensual yet nurturing exotic dance instructor who has been surrogate mother to her twin brothers since their real mother’s death when she was fifteen and the boys themselves were still in diapers. And later, Johnny’s mother Diana, from whom he was stolen when he was only two. She has never stopped searching, stopped believing... and she is about to discover the truth.
~ Lylas <bR>(love you like a sister) <Br>By: Latoya Lee
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-290-0
Edition: Paperback, 217 Pages
Publication Date: May 23, 2011
Broken and defeated by loveless, abusive foster homes coupled with enduring the mean streets of New York City renders three, innocent little girls calloused and hopeless. Rescued and adopted as grown children, they thought the pain was over. But could the promise of family and a real future abolish the scars deep in their souls? Was their sudden ‘rags to riches’ fairy tale enough to heal over half a decade of unspeakable abuse and violence?

Lylas (love you like a sister), told from one sister’s perspective, takes you into the lives of three sisters, post-adoption. Oldest sister Sasha assumed the role of ‘mother’ to her two sisters until Margaret came along. Never able to forge a relationship with her adoptive parents, Sasha grew disconnected and vacant, later succumbing to the lure of the night life. She turns to alcohol and prostitution to comfort her, feeding her with the unwavering dependability she so deeply desired. Middle child, Tricia, hardened and wounded, can’t seem to escape the painful memories of childhood neglect and cruelty. Her abandonment issues shackle her to a seemingly lifelong fear of intimacy as she grapples with drug abuse, eating disorders and agonizing loneliness. Little sister Laila, naïve and vulnerable, develops penetrating issues of her own despite the years of coddling and nurturing shown to her from all in her path. Her naïveté later gives way to victimization as she is reduced to a mere target for every physically abusive man and woman with which she becomes intimate.

The story draws on real life events to tell the tale of the sisters’ journey from childhood to adulthood, documenting poignant trials and tribulations along the way. The girls find that the brutal beginning that once cemented their bond ultimately becomes the wedge that fragments their fragile relationship, nearly destroying their connection forever. Through patience, understanding, spirituality and love, the sisters fight to find their way back into one another’s lives and hearts.
A Class Act <BR>By: Buck Rish, MD
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-286-3
Edition: Paperback, 165 Pages
Publication Date: May 3, 2011
Two friends in medical school fall in love with an enticing medical artist. She shares her love intermittently and discretely between the two doctors during medical school, internship, residency training, and their early professional years.

As the two doctors face the challenges of this phenomenal era in medicine they experience the debacle in health care created by the intrusion of business entrepreneurs and attorneys into their profession.

The artist, the love interest of their early years, mysteriously haunts their senior years.
You Can Turn the Tables, But You Can't Return the Tears <BR>By: L. Roland Newby
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-278-8
Edition: Paperback, 165 Pages
Publication Date: April 11, 2011
A dedicated but often inept college librarian strives to fulfill a mission for his campus. In the determined pursuit of his goal he is unwittingly drafted into the political up-rising of several united Native American Tribes, who seek to recover the “Indian Territory” in southeastern Oklahoma, that has been taken from them over the years. After extensive preparation and patient waiting, the Tribes find the timely opportunity to activate their revolution through interaction with the librarian.

As they launch their quest for the return of their “Promised Land” against seemingly overwhelming odds, the crafty Tribal leaders call in a “cowboy cavalry” and other unlikely allies for reinforcements.
Don't Tell Nobody! <BR>A Forbidden Desire <bR>Not Forever Vulnerable <BR>By: Darryl Wayne
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-215-3
Edition: Paperback, 200 Pages
Publication Date: December 27, 2010
Other Editions: Hardcover
A tale in an inner city ghetto, a young boy is imprisoned in a dark world where molestation, poverty and self loathing are a daily way of life. Repeatedly raped, an event that foreshadows a life of struggle with self identity and dysfunctional relationships with men. The inevitable happens as he takes many risks trying to find himself, until one day he does, becoming, not forever vulnerable.
Windknocker <bR>A Novel of Friendship, Summer Sausage, and Last Gaspers <br>By: Bud Malby
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-232-0
Edition: Paperback, 305 Pages
Publication Date: November 10, 2010
Windknocker is an entertaining, fast-moving, nostalgic tale of two boys who became close friends at a very young age and who grew to manhood on uniquely different paths. One would be scarred by war and one by a different conflict. Often amusing, it’s a story of two men whose lifelong bond will give you a new appreciation of the word friendship. It’s fiction that reads like a memoir, and shines a refreshing and compelling light on the value of the true blessing of a relationship with God, and the richness of lives well-led.
Dearly Departed<BR> Blessedly Returned <BR>By: Lu Raldiris
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-178-1
Edition: Paperback, 118 Pages
Publication Date: May 27, 2010
When we die we are just dead. Are we? We never come back in spirit much less reincarnated. Do we not? Of those of us who have had spiritual personal experiences some will admit to it and others will not. Why not? There are those who believe, those who are in doubt, and those who do not believe and that is the end of it for them. In these pages we also expose a spiritual center as the ultimate in charlatanism. We have some touching moments when a non-believer suddenly believes. More is revealed when a group of students are presented with the smiling face of one of their own who has already passed on. Dearly Departed Blessedly Returned deals with these issues. The revelations may shock and challenge...