Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • When Revolution Calls

    by Jo Gillespie
    Colonial New England is in revolt, not only against the British, but in many other aspects of life as well. Ardent patriot, Oliver Tewkesbury, unceasingly strives to answer the call to serve his fledgling country. The towns people of Granville, Connecticut send Oliver and two young local comrades off to join up with Washington's forces in New York. The enthusiastic patriots face unforeseen trials and an unanticipated fate, while Rebecca White faithfully awaits Oliver's return, knowing he is alr... more
  • Men Against Women

    by Laura McKinny
    Los Angeles, 1984: Morgan, a tough-minded cop and single mom, requests a transfer out of her sleepy suburban town to the gritty streets of Los Angeles. She lands at the 77th precinct, where she finds division and animosity between men and women on the force due to a secret club called Men Against Women (MAW). When Morgan is unceremoniously demoted to "report car" after she refuses to rat out a fellow male officer, she discovers a cover-up that could bring down MAW and change the face of the 77th... more
  • Nativity of a Devil

    by C.V. Ruisdael
    “Nativity of a Devil is a story of adventure, demons, time travel and the Seven Deadly Sins!” Each and every day that Virgil goes to school, he must endure the worst mockeries at the hands of his classmates. They call him a “Devil,” a “Little Satan,” and a variety of other names—all because of his strange appearance—all because the boy was born with two strange nubs coming out of his forehead. “I’m not a Devil!” Virgil shouts one morning, before lashing out on his classmates and erratica... more
  • Pretty Maids in a Row

    by Teri Kanefield
    A time travel adventure. Mattie from Los Angeles learns how it feels to walk in the shoes of Mary Queen of Scots. She discovers that being the pampered darling of the French court isn't all it's cracked up to be. While being kissed by a real prince has a certain appeal, and turning down the marriage proposal of a king can give a girl confidence, a young queen who does not learn to distinguish flattery from true friendship is bound to come to a tragic end.
  • Before I Let Go (Urban Soul)

    by Kimberly T. Matthews
    After waiting for what seemed like forever to get a marriage commitment from her fiancé, Micah Abraham's wedding day has finally arrived. Everything is set for her to have the wedding she'd always fantasized about, and has been fully paid for by her groom, Rossi Evans. There is only one thing wrong. . .Micah won't be there. Micah has long since reached the peak of her frustration. Unbeknownst to Rossi, he's already been dismissed, but instead of declining his proposal and breaking the engage... more
  • Stories for the 12 Days of Christmas

    by Linda Mansfield

    In "Stories for the 12 Days of Christmas, Linda Mansfield encourages you to find a little "me time" over the Christmas holidays to relax, put your feet up, and immerse yourself in some modern Christmas stories. They're short and they're realistic. Like your favorite Christmas memories, some of these stories may make you smile. They also might help you get into the Christmas spirit, remind you of the real reason for the season, and become a part of your Christmas traditions.

  • A Fool and Her Honey

    by Kimberly T. Matthews
    Candis has never been good at picking a suitable mate, enduring heartbreak after heartbreak. Coming to the conclusion that divine intervention would be best, she solicits God's help through a quick prayer, promising faithful church attendance in exchange for a good man. Only a fool like her would believe that her prayer has been answered when she meets and falls in love with SeanMichael, a man she's only communicated with through Facebook. Ignoring the warnings of her two best friends, Candis en... more
  • Spoonin'

    by Kimberly T. Matthews
    Kareese Watson should have listened to her family when they told her Sydney Christopher was far from husband material. Now she'd neck deep in a marriage that is anything but happy. While Kareese struggles to pay their bills, Sydney refuses to get off the couch and find full-time work. The only time the two seem to get along is when they are in bed spooning. Once she learns that good sex doesn't make a good marriage, will it be to late to escape with her sanity still intact?
  • Cocktails at Le Carmen

    by Isabelle Andover

    When job cuts at Chloe Saddler’s London communications firm result in an unexpected transfer to Paris, she finds herself leaving behind her friends, family, and boyfriend Scott to start a new life in the City of Light. Getting to grips with La Vie Parisienne and keeping a long-distance relationship afloat is not made any easier by the culture shock. Committing the odd French faux pas and inadvertently indulging in a few too many flirtations with her very sexy (and very taken) boss, Jean... more

  • The Other Side of Olivia

    by Rena Johnson
    The story of Olivia is a cautionary tale about winning at all cost. It examines what happens to a person who allows the disappointments of life to cause her to become bitter, vindictive, and paranoid. She mistakenly equates money and power with success. In the end, she realizes she has accomplished neither.
  • Randy Bamboo: In Chicken City

    by RC Beaird
    A kid from the city moves to the country! "Finally, I was going to be a good old country boy. (My country cousins always called me city boy.) Mom and Dad became Ma and Pa, just like the old western movies while my bicycle hopped around like a wild bronco." Join this suspense filled adventure as Randy raises chickens and hopes for eggs that he can one day sell.
  • Kill Marguerite and Other Stories

    by Megan Milks
    Kill Marguerite and Other Stories collects thirteen risk-taking stories obsessed with crossing boundaries, whether formal or corporeal. Narrative genres are giddily mongrelized: the Sweet Valley twins get stuck in a choose-your-own-adventure story; Mean Girls-like violence gets embedded within a classic video game. Protagonists cycle through a series of startling, sometimes violent, changes in gender, physiology, and even species, occasionally blurring into other characters or swapping identitie... more
  • The Legend of Henry Berry Lowrie

    by Warren R. Reichel
    "The LEGEND of Henry Berry Lowrie" is the 150 year old story of a real American Robin Hood; a blue-eyed North Carolina Indian who robbed rich plantations and gave the contraband to the poor - while terrorizing the Ku Klux Klan during the times known as The Lowrie Wars (1865-1872). The story is about the struggles between defeated rich white conservatives Rebels - and a band of Indian Brothers trying to keep their families and friends from starving. The story does not try to explain tho... more
  • Gut Feelings: the inside story

    by Olga Sheean
    A body odyssey with guts, attitude and a bellyful of laughs, Gut Feelings is a quirky off-the-wall story about the internal shenanigans of the body and the external dynamics of modern-day relationships. Nowhere else will you learn about lymphomaniacs, the real purpose of your appendix, or the spiritual significance of chocolate cake. You'll laugh as you learn about how your body really works—and all the chaos that unfolds when you are stressed, eat the wrong foods, work too hard, have sex an... more
  • A Talk on the Wild Side: imaginary interviews with unlikely sources of wisdom

    by Olga Sheean
    Ever shared laughs with a hyena, chatted up a strawberry, or had a chinwag with a boomerang? Forget about all those gurus out there, telling you how to live your life. Wisdom is all around you, available in the most unlikely places—from dinosaurs to dandelions, mattresses to mirrors, peanuts to parking metres, toothbrushes to toilets, and plenty of other wiseguys you've never talked to before. A Talk on the Wild Side is a collection of outrageous conversations, filled with irreverent insig... more
  • Queer on a Bench

    by Mark William Lindberg
    Em sits down on a bench in a park and makes a deal with themself not to get up until something happens. What follows is a formally experimental stream of consciousness novella that digs deeply into the way we think about the world and view both the people around us and ourselves. Em’s relentless self-examination brings up beautiful insights and frustrating questions about privilege, gender, and religion, and gets constantly interrupted by short story daydreams that veer off into sexual fantasy, ... more

Loading...