Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock: It's Time to Read

    by Davon Miller
    Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock loves going to the library to get books. Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock is on his way to the library with Little Ricky. The thing is, Little Ricky would rather focus on his video game then read. As Little Ricky picks up a book to read, books are disappearing one by one! Reading a book can be so much fun, but it’s not fun when there are none. Discover the wonders of the library as Mr. Tickety-Toc Clock and friends look for books to read and find out who’s hogging the books.
  • The Remnants

    by W..P. Osborn
    The Remnants begins in Edwardian England and follows the story of Danny and Rose through their desperate struggle to hold on to their love - and their lives, during a time of momentous change. Danny Pulbrook is a handsome and rebellious young man. Born the bastard son of a minor royal and orphaned at birth he is determined to find a new life far beyond his "pre-ordained oblivion". His only way out - a forced enlistment into the army brings him to an inevitable confrontation with his own demon... more
  • Angels Can't Swim

    by Alexandra McCann
    The novella deals with three college swimmers: Jenna, Eden, and Maggie. The girls confront a painful semester that includes issues with mental health and sexuality, combined with the stress of being student-athletes. They also must deal with a coach who crosses boundaries and abuses his power over them. The book, while about swimming, is also about growing up, finding yourself, and figuring out who you want to be as a person. It will appeal to young/early adult and adult readers.
  • The Awakening of Anna-Leigh

    by Jewel Hart
    Beautiful, intelligent and talented, yet entirely naïve to the ways of the world, young Anna-Leigh’s curiosity begs finishing. Newly arrived at New England’s most exclusive finishing school, the headmistress appoints Édouard Henri (Paul) Avril as Anna-Leigh’s private tutor. She instructs the handsome artist to polish Anna-Leigh’s artistic talents, yet her real goal is to educate her new student in everything the achingly innocent young girl should know about the masculine sex. A classic and live... more
  • Stellar

    by Jewel Hart
    "Stellar" is an interesting as well as compelling book of prose poetry that encompasses the wonderment of love. Further, stories of romance, love, and tragedy are told creatively through the eyes of 107 poems. In "Stellar" one will have a chance to go on an odyssey of figurative language, and will also get a refreshing sense of the human condition that we all need, and yearn for love. In "Stellar" one will also have a unique opportunity to view emotionalism seemingly painted by the masters. In r... more
  • Endangered Eagle Seventh Edition

    by Richard Carl Roth
  • ADIPISCING: The Superlatives Supravolume of New Derivative Art

    by Lepota Luba Cosmo
    Adipiscing written by non-existent author Tiitus Sokolsky is the longest novel it the world, containing 6,000,703 words and 27.228 pages (41.622.460 characters with spaces) as conceptual piece of no-audience-no-hero-no-writer anamodernist narrative work. It is part of author's Concepts Superlatives series. Master piece and conceptual work of one manifesto, and contemporary art movement. Some of anamodernist writting techniques elaborated in: non-creative art, non-sense art, non-content, private... more
  • FIRE ON THE HILL : A STAND-ALONE NOVEL: Book 2 in The Liberty Trilogy

    by Gretta Curran Browne
    A COMPLETE STAND-ALONE NOVEL and also Book #2 of THE LIBERTY TRILOGY) Gretta Curran Browne’s books have been internationally published in translation throughout Europe and Japan and China. *** Charismatic in every way, Michael Dwyer has grown was born from boy to man under the shade of the Wicklow Hills. He knows every inch of them - the secret streams to quench a man's thirst, the wild game to keep away hunger, the wood in excess to burn, and the shelteri... more
  • ANOTHER KIND OF LIGHT : A Biographical Novel (The Lord BYRON Series Book 6)

    by Gretta Curran Browne

    "Good night--or rather, morning. It is four, and the dawn gleams over the Grand Canal and unshadows the Rialto. I must to bed; up all night -- but, 'it's life, though, damme, it's life!' "

    An Englishman in Italy, Lord Byron's life in Venice is full of fun, laughter, and devil-may-care romancing - until he meets his last and truest love, the eighteen-year-old Teresa Gamba Guiccioli, for whom he risks everything, even th... more

  • Minimum Payment

    by Paul Shona
    A heart-touching tale of families ravaged by rising personal debt and changes in the labour market due to rapidly growing automation, computer and digital technology on one hand, and international trade agreements facilitating out-sourcing of jobs from high to low-wage countries on the other. Readers who have been or currently impacted by too much of indebtedness and/or loss of job will readily identify with the main characters and how they coped with the resulting adversities.
  • Cross Country

    by Brian Herberger
    Having her father away in Vietnam wasn't easy for Bets, but she soon discovers having him back home comes with its own set of problems. When a letter from her friend Emmie arrives along with a ticket to the Woodstock Music Festival, Bets has a tough decision to make. Should she stick it out back home or leave her problems behind for a cross-country adventure? There's a lot happening in 1969, and figuring it all out is complicated. The people Bets encounters all have their own perspectives, ea... more
  • Looking to the Light

    by William A. Kofoed
    I am told that I am a philosophical poet. And I suppose that I am in that I want meaning in what I write. I want people to think and feel about m poems and the world Some how to me, this has become a trilogy of books. The first book of life lived, the second of being old and the third of looking to death. These are not over shadowing themes just thought that ran through my mind.
  • The Idol

    by Vadim Kucherenko
    “The Idol” play tells about representatives of a dangerous and romantic profession - mountain climbers. Who are they? Are they heroes haloed with fame or quite ordinary people of flesh and blood? This question is to be revealed by a journalist Cyrill Sumyatov which has to write a newspaper story about the brave conquerors of mountains. After successful climbing the forbidding Devil’s Fang peak the four mountaineers are having rest at a tourist camp. Cyrill Sumyatov and a careless tourist... more
  • Beyond The Glass Box: A Children's Book About Change

    by T.A. Whipp
    Gilly lives alone in her glass box, and that is how she likes it. Or so she thought until one day she is taken from her home. In a plastic bag she meets Merc, a grumpy, glass half empty fish. Together they wonder where this adventure will take them, what they will discover and what waits for them at the end of their journey.
  • The Scouts of St. Michael ON UNHOLY GROUND (working)

    by Dan Morales
    Book II of the Scouts of St. Michael series.
  • Solomon the Accountant

    by Edward M. Krauss

    Solomon the Accountant is the story of a young man who falls in love with Molly. He first meets her at the funeral of her husband, killed in an accident after less than a year of marriage. She is heartbroken and devastated, with a new love the last thing on her mind. Solomon’s effort gently, carefully to win Molly’s heart is the core of the novel.

    The story is set in a middle-class Jewish community in Toledo, Ohio, in 1950. References to television shows, automobiles, the pr... more

Loading...