Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • What Would Elvis Think? Mississippi Stories

    by Johnny Lowe
    From the Foreword: [A]ny discussion of southern writing will eventually lead to Mississippi—the state that has more published authors per capita than any other. . . . Why not, then, create an anthology of stories specifically about Mississippi? Such is the book you now hold in your hand—a collection of tales that are all set here in Elvis Country. . . . Some of these Mississippians might remind you of folks you know—and others are people you might never want to meet face to face. What they hav... more
  • Buy Fildena 150-Medzsite

    by James Faranadise

    Fildena Extra Power 150 mg tablet take with a glass of water and do not comminute and swallow whole tablet. fildena 150mg tablet work as inhibite the PDE-5 that leads the cGMP and improve the blood stream in penile vein which is helpfull into mechanism of sexually activity. Fildena 150mg tablet of PDE-5 is inhibite the cGMP enzyme which is Commutation level in blood vessels, and that is increase the level of flowing blood into vessels, lead to fight against  dysfunction an... more

  • Children of Violence

    by Luke Gherardi
    The book is about kids that grow up around violent adults and how that shapes their lives. There’s Gracie, Robbie, Cole, and Reeves. Gracie’s life in the Suburbs is perfect from the outside, but her dad is an abusive drunk that moonlights as a hitman for the mafia. Robbie lives in a project in the inner city, his mother is a prostitute, his mother’s boyfriend is a drug dealing pimp. Robbie is set on getting enough cash to get him and his little brother out of the hood, and where he gets that mon... more
  • Saved as a Painting

    by Tali Geva

    In 1889, a Jewish girl attends the opening of an exhibition in a new art gallery in Budapest. A young artist named Gábor Pahl notices her, and his stare makes her flee. Eighteen years later she visits the National Salon of 1907 in Budapest to see Gábor Pahl’s paintings, accompanied by her two daughters. This time the painter fixes his gaze on her elder daughter, Kata. Those two encounters – and one painting – are at the foundation of this novel, the story of Ka... more

  • The Birthday Picture: and Other Stories

    by Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum

    The Birthday Picture and Other Stories is a collection of genre-bending short fiction written by Alaskan author Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum and published by Red Sweater Press.

    These stories are the results of an imagination at work over a span of 10 years, from 2010 to 2020. They will take you from Iceland to Italy, the Midwest to New England, the present day to the 1920s, and more times and places in between. They are dark, sad, strange, and sometimes humorous. Themes range from mental and ph... more

  • Consequences

    by Nicole Evelina
    Famous for her hospitality, Venerable Catherine McAuley only ever turned away one woman who came to her for help, and that decision haunted her for the rest of her life. This is that servant’s story. Dublin – 1824. When a fellow maid is forced to temporarily vacate her position under scandalous circumstances, Margaret finds herself in an elevated position under the watchful eye of their master, the infamous Lord Montague. He believes in total obedience from those in his employ and when she... more
  • Enemy Patriots

    by Rodger Carlyle
    His family imprisoned on a visit to Japan, Mark Ishihara is ordered to the family fish processing plant across the bay from America’s only military base in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. With the planned bombing of Pearl Harbor only months away, his job is to spy for Japan, as they prepare to seize American territory. Mark’s blood brother, U.S. Army pilot Chad Gritt is sent to the same island as part of a secret American intelligence group. The two men are forever tied by a terrible accident that k... more
  • Candy, Sweet & Sour

    by Bobbi Faulkner
  • When the Tamarind Tree Blooms

    by Elaine Russell
    Genevieve (Vivi) Dubois, a half-Lao/half-French métisse, turns eighteen and leaves the French orphanage where she has lived for fourteen unhappy years. (The colonial government forced many native mothers in Indochina to give up their mixed race children after the French fathers abandoned them and returned to France. The system tried to keep the children’s origins hidden from them.) Vivi is determined to discover the story of her parents. She finds herself immersed in the deeply divided world of ... more
  • Foreign Teachers

    by Sam Wade
    Westerners Andy Dutton and Danny Cole teach English at Luxury Gardens International School in China. Despite being unqualified as teachers, they earn relatively high salaries, and enjoy lives of privilege and indulgence, traveling Southeast Asia, drinking excessively and visiting brothels. Meanwhile, the school principal, Peter Li, is busy trying to build the school into one with an elite global reputation. His plan involves getting the school accredited by the International Diploma Organizat... more
  • The Wall Plug Boys

    by Peter Sandor
  • Reset Life

    by Bohdan Khomyn
    Coming out of a troubled childhood and having recently lost her father, Emily discovers that she is no ordinary teen! And she realizes that her father’s last gift to her is no ordinary trinket. The once shy African American girl who sought her mother’s attention is all grown! All that stands between the death of thousands, is Emily and her group of friends: different males who in some way are interested in her. In the quest to save lives, emotional boundaries will be pushed, and the mettle of th... more
  • Hummer

    by Linda Gruenberg
    When an old man agrees to let twelve-year-old Hummer train his Arabian mare for a competitive trail ride, it is the one bright spot in her difficult life with a mentally ill mother and a father who won't recognize the problem.
  • Diversionary Fires

    by Rodney Ross
    Tara Atwater holds the right combination of numbers to the record-breaking Ohio state lottery. But what to do about the boyfriend, stabbed to death, on the kitchen floor? It was, after all, his ticket. A diversionary fire might be the answer. Left in her grandparents’ care as her reckless mother worked the carnival circuit, Tara learned about sleight-of-hand flame, purposely created to distract from something far bigger, at age nine. As decades flicker past, from the 1970s until the beginning of... more

    INAUSPICIOUS is the international saga of Rajasthani teenage bride, Triti Sharma, whose harrowing escape from the flames of a forbidden ancient ritual takes her from the desert sands of India to the streets of New York City where her soul twin, Jaq Morel, helps her uncover the horrors of her forgotten past. Spanning two continents, five cities, and three divergent cultures, INAUSPICIOUS is a modern story of survival, redemption, and the transcendent brilliance of synchronicity.
  • Spooked by a Suspicion

    by Risa Nyman
    One major life change should be the limit for any kid. ~Rocky’s theory About to transition from middle school to high school, Rocky is shocked when his mother announces her plan to marry Ted, a devious man with a devil’s beard, ominous eyebrows in constant motion, and black, beady eyes. Rocky decides to take Ted on and axe the impending marriage until a series of strange accidents convince Rocky that Ted is using some evil powers against him. With the help of his girlfriend Olive Roc... more