KND Free Book Search Tool: Literary Fiction

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Something funny is going on in the mind of Jobeus. He's been lying awake at night having visions. It's been a week since they moved him to the Hawses' foster home way out in the country, and the house is still strange, the old man in the pajamas downstairs is weird. Everything is. His old life is lost to him, childhood is ending, and now he's beginning to lose his head too. Or is he only just beginning to discover its power? Here Brackenwoods forest stretches for miles and miles around, and the legend of a hero long gone still hangs over the hills. Jobeus is waking. In the dark it seems as though the great mystery is about to reveal itself. Something is happening to him. He can't stop thinking about the Hawses' older daughter, the cat out in the pothole seems to be waiting on him, there is another world calling to him from somewhere. Who’s to say where his road will lead him, because truth is a pathless wood, and the journey home for Jobeus is about to begin. But the only way out is within. From the writer that nobody knows comes the epic novel sure to stir the minds of dreamers, pinch the arms of sleepers, and knit the brows of fools.
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Scooter Girl is a short story about the people you see on your way to work, and how they can affect you without you knowing it....
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Scooter Girl
By: Warren Jason Street
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These heartwarming stories from Ecuador celebrate the humanity in us all. The motivations which lead me to write stories about my surroundings were rooted in a tremendously unequal and unjust society where many people could only dream of happiness and affection. My characters have...
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Newly divorced aging Artist Michael seduces a young lap-dancer into his "paradise". However, he serves her the wrong drug and wakes up next morning with a "gorgeous" stiff at his bedside. Now Michael discovers a dark side of his broken heart - it lusts and craves his new discovery! The two male...
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PLAN B PARADISE
By: Heini Grünbaum
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“The vampire. Fear of the vampire. This is still very strong in Transylvania, Professor Nietzsche – and there is no greater respect than fear. This is one of the lessons Machiavelli teaches us, is it not? Just as fear drove those ‘flies’ to menace you, a still greater fear would have...
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Nietzsche Against Dracula: Part Five
By: Steven Prizeman
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"To be a great lover, you have to shed your armor. To be a great writer, you have to shed your skin." Frank can’t get past his writing instructor’s words. He’d like to be both, but his autistic childhood, visual impairment, dismissive parents, and narcissistic brother prevent him from being...
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Memoir of an Unlikely Savior
By: Peter VanDenBeemt
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A boy restarts the world.Pissed-off, Comic, Literary Sci-Fi. First person, present tense. 48,000 words, 139 chapters. From the author of MFU, The Washington Pissed, and Acid Round the Clock....
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Boy Zero
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In evil’s shadow, truth is the riskiest choice.Open An Owl’s Whisper and enter a world of truth and lies, refuge and peril, loyalty and betrayal, innocence…guilt…redemption. Eva Messiaen is a convent school girl in 1940s Belgium when Hitler’s invasion and...
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A DIFFERENCE OF PURPOSE is a civil war novel that tells the story of 12 year old Jonathan Berkeley, a Confederate drummer boy serving with the famous Orphan Brigade, and his uncle and Godfather, Alexander Wythe, an abolitionist lawyer and captain serving in the Union army. They wrestle with God and...
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A committed Christian sifts through the conflicting pressures applied by work, family, the church and his own conscience in search of a Christ-like response to one of the world’s most hotly debated sins. Putting that response into practice, though, will test his faith in ways he never imagined....
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Working It Out
By: D. A. Greiner
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My name is Bash You may look at me and think my life is perfect. It is anything but. I’m not like normal people. Happiness doesn’t come easy for me. I wake up hoping that each day is my last. You learned about Bash in The Last Thing. Now relive the...
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8 Responses to KND Free Book Search Tool: Literary Fiction

  1. Ingrid Stukey on December 6, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    I just ordered a couple of books for free on my Kindle, Thank you so much.

  2. Ingrid Stukey on December 18, 2011 at 6:46 pm

    Thank you for making these Books available to us. :-)

  3. Shanti on January 5, 2012 at 11:23 pm

    Great way to find new writers! Thanks.

  4. John I. Jones on June 16, 2012 at 8:22 am

    Hello:
    I would like to provide my short story collection “Alabama Stories” to your list of free kindle ebooks.
    How do I do that?
    Thanks!!
    John I. Jones

    • KND on June 16, 2012 at 9:39 am

      Hi Lisa,

      Thanks for being in touch. I am sending along a link to our Kindle Nation Sponsorship Info Page for Authors and Publishers in the event it might be of interest at some point. In addition, your book(s) can be included free on some of our search lists, if applicable. Our database should pick them up for applicable lists, such as the Prime-Eligible Kindle Lending Library listings or the Quality 99-Centers list if they have 4+ stars on 4+ reviews at 99 cents, but you can give them a push if you go to our eBookTracker site, register or log in, and enter them manually.

      We’ve set up a very effective but inexpensive service to help get the word out to our readers above and beyond simply being in the list: http://bit.ly/waZvFS – New from Kindle Nation Daily: A Quick and Easy “Free Book Highlighter” Service to Help Indie Authors Get the Word Out About New Free Book Listings!

      I am also sending along a link to our Kindle Nation Sponsorship Info Page for Authors and Publishers in the event it might be of interest at some point – http://bit.ly/InH97P

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      Cheers,
      Steve

  5. msdownlow on September 1, 2012 at 10:15 pm

    How about an African American fiction category? I actually have readers who are mad when they get my novel and discover that the main characters are African American. Thanks for this site, it is awesome!

  6. Nancy Wyer on September 12, 2012 at 3:58 pm

    I am 82 and love love my kindle nook..and now my husband wants one. I hope I win one for him!

  7. Carol on May 22, 2013 at 6:59 pm

    I love your site, it’s fantastic. Thank you so much!!

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