Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • I, Walter (The Eternity Series Book 1)

    by Mike Hartner

    In a country and a time where favor and politics were both deadly, can an honest boy stay true to himself? Especially given his family background?

    Walter Crofter was born in Elizabethan England, the youngest son of a poor family. After watching his father's fall and the suffering it caused Walter learns from a young age that favor is fleeting. Young Walter leaves home to find his own way and is swept away on one of the ships in service to the crown.

    ... more

  • Black Mariah

    by Heather Shaw
    On May 24, 1990, a bomb exploded in a car driven by two Earth First! environmental activists. The woman, Vera Green, was seriously wounded. Both she and her partner were immediatly arrested for terrorism. Five days later, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat received a letter from The Lord’s Avenger, claiming responsibility and lamenting the bomb’s failure to take Vera’s life. FBI agents in charge of the case ignored the letter. In fact, Vera had received over thirty death threats that summer, but t... more
  • Eve: In the Beginning

    by H. B. Moore
    Eve: In the Beginning The first love story on earth . . . Haunting . . . Lyrical . . . Unforgettable . . . In a world where everything is perfect, yet the same day after day, Eve must decide if she wants to live forever in the garden with Adam and never know what lies beyond the walls. When she makes a choice with terrible consequences, the pain of mortality is swift. As she and Adam explore their new world, and her body changes, Eve discovers the sweetness of first love with the man who ... more
  • Nickerbacher, the funniest dragon

    by Terry John Barto

    A dragon named Nickerbacher guards a princess because his papa told him to. However, he practices his jokes on Princess Gwendolyn, as he yearns to be a stand-up comedian. The young dragon gets up the nerve to tell his papa about his aspirations and is told an unequivocal no.

    When Prince Happenstance shows up for the princess he expects to battle a ferocious dragon but Nickerbacher chooses to slay him with jokes instead of flames. The opponents manage to find common ground and ... more

  • Edward Teller Dreams of Barbecuing People

    by Jim Nelson

    "My father studied thermonuclear reactions. He could explain Nagasaki at the subatomic level."

    Welcome to Livermore, California, the early 1980s. Gene Harland introduces you to a world of Cold War politics, swimming pools, crushy love, and genuine loss in Jim Nelson’s new novel Edward Teller Dreams of Barbecuing People. Growing up in sleepy suburbia surrounded by nuclear scientists, teenage Gene witnesses firsthand the culture of arms developmen... more

  • The Boston Incident

    by Mike Harris
  • Gollywood, Here I Come!

    by Terry John Barto

    Growing up in the small town of Gobbleville, Anamazie studied acting, singing and dancing while basking in the local spotlight as a star baton twirler. Opportunity comes knocking when the competition Gobbleville’s Got Talent gives Anamazie her shot at being discovered. That is where her path to stardom truly begins as she is discovered by a talent scout, is cast in her first movie and declares “Gollywood, Here I Come!”

  • My Life as a Sperm

    by William Darrah Whitaker

    Buddy Price, a Hollywood agent, dies in a car crash and finds himself in Heaven. There, he discovers God’s had enough with people and will pull the plug if we can’t learn to get along - a 'love thy neighbor or else' sort of message. An unlikely hero as there ever was, Buddy convinces God to let him fix things and gets a second chance. From the first few lines of the book, we know that he’s probably the last person we’d want to depend on to save the world, but G... more

  • Serge Backwards

    by Rob Gruen

    Before his entire town, Serge Everett 's invention malfunctions, sending him backwards in much the same way as a character in a movie reverses when a DVD rewinds at a brisk 1-1/2 times speed.

  • The Doctor's Daughter: Journey to Justice

    by Belle Blackburn
    Everybody, including her mother, believes that Kate's father committed suicide. Determined to prove otherwise, Kate sets out on a fascinating and sometimes hysterical journey through antebellum law and medicine. Set in 1860s Nashville and told with a biting wit, determined Kate finally discovers the truth - but at what cost? Will she ruin her own life trying to defend the life of her dead father?
  • Victoria's Choice (Victoria's Journey Book 2)

    by A'Mera Frieman
    In Victoria's Choice, the highly anticipated sequel to Victoria's Beginning, Victoria discovers that the decision she made on her wedding day has terrible consequences. Trapped in an abusive marriage, Victoria allows the darkness to give her comfort in her despair. She travels back to Carson, and we catch up with some of our favorite characters: Big Mama Chandra, Grandpa Ed, and her aunts, Charlotte and Mary. Temptation rears its head in the form of a lost love, but a heartbreaking loss gives Vi... more
  • Victoria's Beginning (Breaking the Line Books Book 1)

    by A'Mera Frieman

    Breaking the line: Victoria’s Beginning follows the life of a young Christian girl, Victoria Roberts. Born with White skin and blue eyes to the embarrassment of her darker skinned Black parents, Tess and Clyde, Victoria faces rejection and colorism at an early age. Tess and Clyde send Victoria away to Dallas to live with her childless aunts, Charlotte and Mary. Charlotte is a wealthy widow, and Mary is clairvoyant. Mary has seen the difficult road ahead fo... more

  • Spirit Talker: The Legend Of Nakosis

    by Tom Coles

    A young Shaman comes of age amid the primordial wilds of North America in this epic tale of adventure, magic, love and loss, and spiritual fulfillment.

  • The Ugly Bureaucrat

    by H.J. Lassek
    Jeff Vinton, tempered by Vietnam firefights and bureaucratic turf wars, achieves meaningful victories for the powerless in the early years of the War on Poverty. But his promising start turns sour just as he becomes entangled in an ugly divorce. Along his trek Vinton nurtures government’s positive role but experiences its destructive force as well. Overseeing this from afar is Bob Elam, a successful businessman intent on changing outcomes when he becomes governor. But Elam is co-opted by ... more
  • Seven for the Revolution

    by Rudy Ruiz

    Seven characters. Seven stories that capture uniquely American slices of the Latino immigrant experience. Seven explorations of humanity, longing, suffering and hope that beckon for America to reconsider and revolutionize its views of immigrants and immigration. Winner of four 2014 International Latino Book Awards, including 1st Place for Best Popular Fiction and The Mariposa Award for Best First Book – Fiction: Seven for the Revolution.

  • Problem with Pets

    by Asher jones
    Problem with Pets is a book about watching what you wish for. Through the antics of his many many wild pets a young boy learns by the end of the book that just one pet is just right.