KND Free Book Search Tool: Literary Fiction

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An Amazon bestseller in World Literature and Eastern European LiteratureCordelia is disabled and painfully shy but none of that matters when a stranger desperately needs her help. Shaken out of a routine that centers on caring for her odd family in Warsaw--her father is an academic with no life skills, her brother never leaves the villa, and her mother has dementia--she is forced to act. Zaremba, a wealthy businessman, is fleeing arrest when he stops to save her father's life. He claims to be innocent and wants a favor as he seeks to turn the tables on the authorities. Cordelia is grateful but wary. Is he truly being persecuted or is he deceiving her? Her reluctant agreement to aid him plunges her into new realms of emotion. It is when he disappears, however, that she must gather all her courage and pursue the truth. Touching on human rights issues and real events in Europe, this is primarily a love story, intended for readers who enjoy language, conversation, and human relationships. It contains no graphic sex or violence.  
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Life has been anything but kind, and everything that can go wrong has. At an age when life should be coming together, and questions should start to be answered, Hope finds herself feeling very alone and terribly confused. As her life spirals out of control, she realizes she needs help. And she...
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A Thirty-Something Girl
By: L.M. Stull
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How do you go on your first date after losing your husband on 9/11? It’s been three years and yet Lilly struggles with hope and courage to meet the right kind of man who can help her find herself as a woman again. Kind of tall and kind of shy, Daniel is from another world in Lilly’s Boston, a...
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Healing Lily : a novel of hope
By: D. Stephenson Bond
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Before penning her first novel, L.M. Stull found her voice and style by crafting a variety of short stories, poems, and flash fiction. Comprised of the very first words she uttered as a writer, Contemplations is a collection of tales and prose about life. Some happy. Some sad. Contemplations is...
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"...Buoyed by a complex hero, Zenos' audacious novel is a compelling mix of academic satire and time-travel adventure..." - Kirkus Reviews. "...An extraordinarily well written and original novel..." - Midwest Book Review."Books...
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Autumn in Carthage
By: Christopher Zenos
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A mix of "gorgeously eccentric" stories about contemporary women seeking love-- tinged with the surreal and the metaphysical. This is romance de-constructed, and turned on its head. It's all designed to charm and entertain. "Carla Sarett's new collection is alternatively poignant and...
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A twenty four year old Samuel Beckett awakes in Paris on Bloomsday, 1930, to discover that a poem he does not remember writing - 'Whoroscope' - has been awarded first place in The Hours Press competition. To collect his ten pound prize he must provide footnotes for the incomprehensible verse, his...
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Ulysses 2 Murder in Paris
By: Steven Bond
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**************MILLION-COPY BESTSELLER, NOW BACK IN PRINT************* **#1 KINDLE (US) BESTSELLER IN ADVENTURE LITERARY FICTION (JAN. 2014)**   ONE LONELY ISLAND, ONE TIDAL WAVE, NINE SURVIVORS . . .   A tsunami is one of the last things Dr. Andrew...
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They call him “Big Dog”. To the locals, he represents all things great and terrible, and beaming adoration quickly melts to a fearful frown when asked of him. They tell tales of great floods, virulent disease, and hungry fires raining from the sky. His legends are many, and their scale is as...
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Song of Sinai
By: M.L. Zane
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Quirky and romantic, Stay Close, Little Ghost is an ecstatic debut novel flecked with fever dream fairy tales: a girl with no eyes scratching personal messages into the walls of the subway tunnel, a woman whose running mascara streaks over her body as she fades into a shadow on the wall, a...
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Stay Close, Little Ghost: A Novel
By: Oliver Serang
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At a quiet restaurant in an unnamed city a man and a woman sit across from each other. She is distraught. He is quickly drunk. Neither can stop thinking of what they've just seen - a deed so brutal, so terrible as to leave the woman in tears. Was it a moment of meaningless urban violence or was it...
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The Deed of the Monkeys: A Short Story
By: Shayna Krishnasamy
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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

      You may also be interested in this post: How can authors make best use of KDP Select free book promotions to turn their books into paid bestsellers? Here’s a three-step approach – http://indie.kindlenationdaily.com/?p=1291

      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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