Fiction Freebies and a Writer’s Guide

Free Today on Amazon

I haven’t posted much fiction lately because I already have so much loaded on my Kindle. Which made me ask myself, can I have too much fiction? Answer: of course not! The reason I own a Kindle is so I can carry a portable library wherever I go.

Libraries are best when taken at a leisurely browse. I love looking through all my books and deciding which one I want to read next. Having a wide variety to choose from is icing on the literary cake.

Today’s freebies include fantasy, a retold fairytale and historical fiction of a darker nature. I’ve also included a guide to writing a novel in 30 days. National Novel Writing Month is coming up and this could be a useful guide for those planning to participate.

  Mortality in Wasteland: My Life as Black Death’s Undertaker by Jeff Vrolyks
As Black Death approaches a small English town, Niccolai, a young unskilled laborer, accepts the job of undertaker’s apprentice. He surveys the town daily for markers representing death on resident’s doors, collects and buries the deceased. Although forbidden, he falls in love with an aristocrat’s daughter, Joanna. His biggest concern becomes her safety, keeping her from catching the disease–a disease that wipes out half the population, history’s greatest pandemic.

  Dark Earth by Jason Halstead
Eric’s dreams were shattered when his wife was taken from him by a reckless driver on a snowy Alaskan road. All that remained was his newborn daughter, Jessica. Uprooting to provide a safer life for his child, Eric moved back home to northern Michigan. Thirteen years later with Jessica raising the bar in everything she does, darkness returns to the Baxter’s life in the form of a crazed gunman. Surviving the assassin and seeking answers, Eric has to dig into the secrets of an unbelievable past hidden between the pages of history.

  Twin Souls by DelSheree Gladden
He avoids her because of the strange physical pain he feels when they touch. She avoids him because the way everyone seems to do what he says scares her. But when Claire needs to escape a bad situation Uriah is the first person she thinks of, and he is eager to rescue her. Faced with each other for the first time, both Uriah and Claire find it impossible to listen to their fears and stay away from one another. They soon find out, though, that there is more than they ever thought possible trying to keep them apart.

  The Puppet Queen: A Tale of the Sleeping Beauty by Mira Zamin
Run, run, run as fast as you can—and that is exactly what Selene does when she discovers that the curse set on her family and emirate, destining them to eternal slumber, is solely her fault. But pasts are not so easily left behind. On Selene’s eighteenth birthday, her emirate falls to the enchantment and her jilted fiancé, the conniving Lord Gwydion drags her home. While Selene clashes with her fiancé, the ailing Queen of Ghalain summons the emirs to contest for the throne. Each emir has a claim, but the crown holds special meaning for Selene: as queen, she would have the leverage necessary to oblige the Pari to lift the curse.

  How to Write a Fiction Novel in 30 Days or Less by Nicholas Black
Have you thought about writing books? Are you writing a book now? Does the idea of writing books seem seem interesting but you have no experience? This will teach you how to write a book, quickly, and have you published in 30 days! This is the number one book that will teach you an actual system to take the ideas out of your head and formulate them into your very own fiction novel. This is the same How-to system that Nicholas Black used to write his novels, after having no experience at all in writing or publishing.

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Disclaimers and Disclosures

I found these books via Amazon’s Kindle eBooks store. Resources for free Kindle and other format eBooks are listed in my sidebar.

These freebies are limited time offers, so there is no guarantee any of these books will still be free when you click on the links. Grab them sooner rather than later.

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