General Fiction

FINAL Slider General 1 copyGeneral fiction are books about life. These are books which don’t fit into any genre so if you are looking for something a little different, why not give one of these books a try?

Cover Reveal For ‘Vikings: The Truth About Lagertha And Ragnar’ And A Quick Word About PaintNET

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Jan 182017
 
Cover Reveal For 'Vikings: The Truth About Lagertha And Ragnar' And A Quick Word About PaintNET

Now that Christmas and New Year’s has come and gone and the school holidays are nearly over here in Australia, it is time to get serious about edits for my upcoming book, Vikings: The Truth About Lagertha and Ragnar. But, […]

Mar 312016
 
A Girl Called Wolf

A GIRL CALLED WOLF by Stephen Swartz (December 2015) A Girl Called Wolf (paper) A Girl Called Wolf (Kindle) Ice and snow are all 12 year old Anuka knows outside the hut in Greenland where she was born. When her […]

Elmer Left by Kate Bitters

 
Elmer Left by Kate Bitters

ELMER LEFT By Kate Bitters “At the age of seventy-eight, Elmer Heartland packed up his things, kissed his sleeping wife on the forehead, and left. For good.” So begins the journey of Elmer, a man in his twilight years who […]

Aiko by Stephen Swartz

 
Aiko by Stephen Swartz

AIKO (Paperback) (Kindle) When the handwritten letter from Japan arrives, Benjamin cannot help but flash back five years. He was in Hawaii when he met Hanako, a Japanese stewardess. But Addy, Benjamin’s wife of three years, knows what the letter […]

Last Kiss in Tiananmen Square by Lisa Zhang Wharton

 
Last Kiss in Tiananmen Square by Lisa Zhang Wharton

LAST KISS IN TIANANMEN SQUARE BY Lisa Zhang Wharton “Last Kiss in Tiananmen Square” is a novel based on the 1989 Tiananmen Square Pro-democracy movement. The novel follows a young woman, Baiyun, a junior in college, trying to reconcile her […]

A Beautiful Chill by Stephen Swartz

 
A Beautiful Chill by Stephen Swartz

A BEAUTIFUL CHILL BY Stephen Swartz Opposites may attract…but can they stay together? Íris is a refugee from an abusive youth in Iceland, further abused on the streets of Toronto – until she sees Art as an escape. With a […]

Chinese Lolita | Chinese generational survival

 
Chinese Lolita | Chinese generational survival

Three generations of women in Baiyun’s family (grandma, who worked as a prostitute in Shanghai, mother, who grew up in her grandmother’s brothel and later lived through the communist China, and Baiyun, who grew up in the communist China and […]