Free literary fiction Kindle books for 09 May 15

Will of the Wisps

by Matthias Miles

Cooke, Marcus, Rolie and Josh have formed a bond of friendship over many years. But Cooke feels that their lives lack purpose. Troubled, he prays for revelation of the purpose of their lives, even though he is not a religious person. From there the law of unintended consequences takes over and changes their lives in ways none of them could have foreseen.



The Devil, The Cairn and the Possum

by William DeGeest

A collection of three eclectic stories. First, Hank has made a deal with the Devil but thinks he has found a loop-hole. His friend Donny thinks Hank may have lost his mind. Next memories of crossing the desolate plains of South Dakota nearly a century before are recalled by Edna as she returns to the prairie. And finally, an annual gathering of friends at the end of the summer does not go as planned.



Coffee House Lies: 100 Cups of Flash Fiction

by Carly Berg

These fun-sized stories are just right for a coffee break, public commute, waiting room, bedtime story, or any other time you want a quick trip without leaving the farm.

The 100 stories in this quirky collection range from a few sentences to a few pages. Nearly all of them have been published before individually, in numerous print and online magazines and anthologies. Stories in this collection have received nominations for the 2013 Pushcart Prize, Micro Award, and Wigleaf Long List.

Tales vary from realistic to humorous to surreal, and family-friendly to adult. Repeating themes include: people-as-animals, people losing themselves and finding themselves (and sometimes wishing they hadn’t), childhood in the psychedelic seventies, reality TV, marriage, twisted religion, and of course the gotta have ’em he-done-me wrongs. Enjoy!

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Lesbian Erotica: When Teacher Bites: Professor’s Lesbian Slut

by Spirited Sapphire Publishing

Lesbian Erotica: When Teacher Bites: Professor’s Lesbian Slut – Karrie, a virgin lesbian, struggles with the opinionated, obnoxious demeanor of one of her college professors, Dr. Eva Lessing. Although her professor is strikingly beautiful, their seeming opposing personalities clash when the professor confronts Karrie on some missing essays. Willfully trying to maintain her position, Karrie loses the battle when Professor Lessing threatens to fail her if she doesn’t complete the essays.

While trying to accommodate the professor’s demand of her completing her late assignments, Karrie can’t help but ponder all the rumors that circulate on campus about Professor Lessing, amongst them, that the professor was a vampire.

While simultaneously infuriated and attracted to the beautiful lesbian professor, Karrie makes her way over to the professor’s office to deliver at least one of the essays. Upon arrival, she is completely taken off guard by Professor Lessing as she presents a completely different side of herself to Karrie. In fact, several different sides, and once again

Karrie is more consumed with her attraction to the lesbian professor vs. her previous intolerance of her.

So many things are not as they seem as the professor makes revelations to Karrie, that in turn, unearth revelations about herself. Find out how this lesbian vampire romance plays out as Karrie unsheathes and explores her insatiable lesbian sex desires with her sapphic lesbian professor, becoming the professor’s private little lesbian slut.

* Situations in this erotic lesbian fiction tale involve consenting adults over the age of 21.

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Sailing with Monkey: Part One: The Curse of Jacob Hastings

by Patrick T.

Sailing with Monkey is a humorous post-modern tale of friendship and adventure. Blair is the stagnant beneficiary of a waning logging empire who learns his grandfather has cursed him by felling a stand of mystical trees. Blair is goaded by his newfound comrade, Monkey, into a sailing journey to break the curse and navigate the dangerous waters of anthropologists, sea monsters, shadow people, and the “Turkey” song. Breaking a curse is no straightforward endeavor, though, and bureaucracy, cowardice, and other forces of nature interfere.

Written in a humorous, unconventional literary style that embraces absurdity and touches the surreal, Sailing with Monkey doesn’t follow the normal path of a story. Instead, it blends the real with the imagined and waking life with a dream into a picaresque epic that nods to “Don Quixote” and the Kafkaesque. “I, Blair J. Belding III, present this as an accurate account of my struggles against the Curse of Jacob Hastings and the American Society of Ethical Anthropologists.”



Shared (Life Begins at 40 Book 1)

by Lissy Bergman

There are undeniable experiences that you have in your life that profoundly change your perception of reality. I’d never thought about writing about my life before, but recent events made me realize that I needed to tell other woman not to give up on their sexual desires. These days I lived two different lives simultaneously. In one life I’m Michelle, an average, recently divorced â??forty-something’ woman. In the other, I have to admit, I’m a shameless toy for a sexy young man named Lex and his friends. Until recently, I’d been able to keep my two lives separate. However, my life hadn’t always been like thisâ?¦.



Afterlife: A Novel of What Might Come Next

by P.F. White

Edward Thomas is dead. He died very recently, at least for him. While dueling with his lifelong rival, he met his end. Now he finds himself in an afterlife unlike anything he had expected.

Edward must find his way in this strange new land. It is a peculiar place, everything you could desire is free for the taking. Everything works differently here, even time.

First though: he must let go of the life that was, and embrace the life that may come next.



May 2015 Issue

by Brenda Novak

Creative Writing Magazine that features both new emerging and best-selling authors. Free short stories, book reviews, contests, and new literary agents looking for submissions.



Nightmare Abbey (Xist Classics)

by Thomas Love Peacock

A Gothic Satire to Poke Fun at all those Morbid Romantic Novels

“He had some taste for romance reading before he went to the university, where, we must confess, in justice to his college, he was cured of the love of reading in all its shapes; and the cure would have been radical, if disappointment in love, and total solitude, had not conspired to bring on a relapse.” â?? Thomas Love Peacock, Nightmare Abbey

In Thomas Love Peacock’s Nightmare Abbey, a morose widower lives with his adult son who is recovering from a failed love affair. If you love gothic novels, or are tired of melancholy heroes and heroines, Nightmare Abbey will be a fun treat.



Writing Novels for a Living: An enjoyable way to earn an income with your talent (Kindle Quickreads)

by Rand Bennett

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In this edition of the Kindle Quickread series, Rand Bennett gives us a beginner’s guide that shows us both “how” and “why” we should consider using our writing talents to write novels for a living. In this Internet and eBook era, getting started with this process is easier than ever.

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Our Dear Mr. Henry

by George Kempis

Hanson’s Symposium Press is proud to present George Kempis’s collection of short stories, “Our Dear Mr. Henry”, tales of hope, love, fear, and wondering; including ‘Hearing Voices’, about a boy who wakes up one morning and hears distinct voices coming from all the objects around him; ‘The Scowling Man’, concerning a certain scowling, misanthropic poet, and how he meets his demise; ‘Life Of The Mind’, in which is related the adventures of a very frail man with impossibly thick glasses and how he makes his way in New York City; ‘The Hand Holder’, a story regarding one Melvin Simons, a failure in every respect, except that he may well have solved the most intractable of mathematical riddles; and ‘Our Dear Mr. Henry’, concerning a dear, sweet old man who spends his lunch hours at the post office mailing anonymous notes to strangers, notes which somehow speak a secret truth…



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