Free and Discounted Literature on Kindle

Literature is often referred to books that are able to stand the test of time through their unique, creative elements and resounding messages. Classic stories by authors like Charles Dickens and Jane Austen make up just a small sampling of the literature available to readers today.

Sea of Glass

Tricia D. Wagner

How bright and how terrible is dawn on the day we discover our wings. Twelve-year-old Teo spends his days helping his drunken papá hang windows on shanties along Baja’s wild coast. When an old angler presses Teo to seek a goddess—the Sea Angel—for rescue, Teo sets out to test whether help can be found at ... Read more

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Resistance, Revolution and Other Love Stories

K .

“Fantastical, meditative, and witty… An outstanding collection.” — The Prairies Book Review Is love the most revolutionary of all acts? In this wide-ranging collection of twelve short stories, a startling array of characters explore their perspectives on love. The stories sweep from sharp realism to heady allegory, haunting fables. Join the struggle against stifling societal ... Read more

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Free: Whippoorwill Chronicles

Timothy Strong

Sam and George are childhood friends, sharing a deep loyalty that is cemented when George, the older by three years, saves Sam from drowning. This is their journey to adulthood and how relationships grow apart and come together again. Free on Kindle.... Read more

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Arnold Falls

Charlie Suisman

Spend time in the funny, oddball village of Arnold Falls, where larger-than-life characters deal with the smallest of problems. Somehow, it all comes out right in the end. Arnold Falls is a novel that tips its hat to Armistead Maupin and P. G. Wodehouse, creating a world in which food, music, friendship, love, and tending ... Read more

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A Region of Reverie

D. T. Adams

In this collection of writings, D. T. Adams looks at the Lake District and how beautiful, inspirational and popular it is. The pieces in the collection are a reflection of what the Lake District is like today: a place of undeniable beauty that continues to evoke change in people, with parts that are becoming overrun ... Read more

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My Father’s Indian: How A Butterfly Split The Oak

Eric Dorsey

When tragedy in the wilderness forces Suzy to confront her past and seek out true friends, a psychological drama/mystery exploring the meaning of human connection unfolds. “Not your run of the mill psychological thriller…Comfortably casual and yet subtly elegant, highlighting the beauty in nature and in the relationships we cultivate.” $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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Free: Ubiety

Grzegorz Kunowski

If you were to find yourself at the edge of a dying world with a lingering sense of reality, would you simply fade into the nothingness or would you fight for everything you hold dear? This assertive question is at the heart of the thought-provoking book Ubiety, for this abstract book was designed to help ... Read more

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Free: Test of Faith

Rachel Stoltzfus

When Miriam Beiler, a first class quilter, narrowly avoids an accident with an Englischer who asks her for directions to a nearby high school, will this chance meeting push Miriam and her Amish community to an ultimate test of faith? Amish woman, Miriam Beiler is being courted by John Fisher, and she’s moving towards being ... Read more

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Free: Viral

D. T. Adams

This collection of writings looks at COVID-19 and the effects it’s had on the world. The collection is split into three parts: Lockdown, The Government and The Media. The first looks at life under strict rules, the second questions the decisions of those in charge and the third asks whether the media’s helping matters or ... Read more

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The Sacrifice

Indrajit Garai

Three novellas, each about seventy pages, depicting the power of sacrifice some make for those they love. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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When Goodbye Begins: Life Takes Over

Geeta Sahai

In When Goodbye Begins: life takes over, author-filmmaker – Geeta Lal Sahai actively involved in mental health advocacy rips apart the stereotypical existence. These five stories are about mental health, innumerable lanes and layers of memories, childhood abuse, infidelity, betrayal, hopelessness, and hidden emotions. There is pathos, feelings, inner conflict and stoic acceptance. In the ... Read more

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Free: Ward

Kyle Waller

Tango Primary Five and the Angel of Death have been condemned to the city-prison of Sacramento, CA. A Roman-inspired death cult, cannibal Vikings, and a paranoid mafia syndicate vie for dominance. To escape, all must unite, or one must win. Free on Kindle.... Read more

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Get The Yak Out

Christian Celind

Ben’s approach to basically everything in life is to choose the path of least resistance. Muddling through and staying under the radar while exerting the least amount of effort is how he rolls. On the one day when he really has to get home through, a complete London public transport standstill suddenly hampers his plans ... Read more

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Free: From da Big Island: New York defined her – Hawaii changed her

Bill Hutchinson

From da Big Island is a baby boomer coming of age, fish out of water, woman centric tale about Ruth, a famous New York syndicated television personality, who leaves the commotion of the Big Apple for the peace and tranquility of the Big Island of Hawaii. Ruth meets her neighbors, William, an at risk high ... Read more

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The Mass of Men

Rachel Wentz

WINNER OF THE FLORIDA AUTHOR AND PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION SILVER MEDAL PRESIDENT’S AWARD IN GENRE FICTION AN IndieReader “BEST OF” BOOK! They huddle in a darkened doorway, swallowing their fear and awaiting the signal. The fire starts small, building rapidly as it draws breath, consuming everything in its path. Only then can they enter – on ... Read more

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The Tide Between Us

Olive Collins

1821: Among the thousands of Irish deportees to the Caribbean British Colonies is a 10 year old Irish boy, Art O’Neill. As an Indentured Servant on a sugar plantation in Jamaica, Art gradually acclimatizes to the exotic country and the unfamiliar customs of the African slaves. When the new heirs to the plantation arrive from ... Read more

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Free: The Madness of Grief

Panayotis Cacoyannis

London 1969. While men are walking on the moon, a series of dramatic events threaten to have lasting repercussions for 16-year-old Jane and the people she loves. “A richly complicated, and deeply engaging coming-of-age tale.” – Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Free on Kindle.... Read more

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The Eye Opener

Indrajit Garai

Three novellas, each about seventy pages, depicting the power of blind spots in transforming our lives. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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Masters of Horror Essentials: Mary Shelley Frankstein

J.P. Silver

Frankenstein is a novel that is considered both one of the first science fiction novels and a timeless classic of the horror genre. It has terrified and entertained readers for decades. It is more than just a story about the creation of a monster. Mary Shelley gave readers not only a novel that has inspired ... Read more

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The Spa at Lavender Lane

Phyllis Melhado

Lust, ambition, secrets, betrayal, competition for the ownership of the world’s premier spa and a chance to snag the uber-eligible man who unexpectedly arrives on the scene are all on the menu at The Spa at Lavender Lane. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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Red Clover

Florence Osmund

Lee Winekoop feels like an outsider in his own family. Now twenty-six—confused and emotionally bankrupt after suffering a childhood fraught with criticism and isolation—he leaves his dysfunctional upper-class family to find his true self. Determined to cultivate a meaningful life, Lee discovers a world poles apart from the one he had left behind. But just ... Read more

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The Fiddler in the Night

Christian Fennell

In his debut novel, Fennell takes the reader on an orphaned teen’s journey through the darker recesses of rural America, where he tries to stay one step ahead of a ruthless killer. A tragic love story unfolding against a background that is both real and imagined, making this novel as memorable for its language as ... Read more

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The Coldness of Objects

Panayotis Cacoyannis

London 2030. When a postman knocks on his door, the news he delivers will cause 70-year-old Mr Rubens to reflect on all the sadnesses and joys of the past, while he begins to prepare for the surprises of the future. “thoroughly gripping… a chilling vision of an abnormal ‘new-normal’ to come.” Kirkus Reviews (starred review) ... Read more

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Free: Dances, Towers, Hills and Skies

Del Elle

Years running from it. Now trying to write it. Try Dances, Towers, Hills and Skies. Free on Kindle.... Read more

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Free: When Told Out Loud

Jaros?aw ?wi?cik

Poetry which focuses on whispers of love and what could have been—had they been felt or spoken out loud. This chapbook centers around emotion in effort to capture the intangible moments between people, and what was perhaps lost in translation along the way. Free on Kindle.... Read more

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The Siege-A Prison Uprising Redefines Justice

James Hanna

A dorm counselor is conscripted to defuse a hostage standoff in a Midwest prison. But who are the good guys and who are the bad? A literary thriller written in the tradition of Faulkner and Joseph Conrad. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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In the Shadow of Gold: A Tale of the Lost Confederate Treasure

Michael Kenneth Smith

April 1865. Richmond, Virginia. Two trains. One treasure. And a question worth millions. As the US Civil War was drawing to a close, and Grant was about to take Richmond, two trains left the city in the dark of night. One carried Confederate President Jefferson Davis and his cabinet. The other carried the Confederate Treasury ... Read more

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How Much is Self-Worth?: Ruminations of a Rented Slave

Michael Centrone

‘How Much is Self-Worth?: Ruminations of a Rented Slave’ is an eclectic collection of poems by debut author Michael Centrone that puts a harsh, revealing spotlight on the effects of overthinking our roles as individuals and as a whole. With individualism being a relatively new mentality to our species, Centrone introspectively digs deep into the ... Read more

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Princess of Independence

Icarus Bobain

Princess Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso is a forgotten figure of the Italian Revolution. Born into a family of nobility, Belgiojoso learned at a young age what foreigners interested in ruling the Italian States could be like. She spent the rest of her life dedicated to uniting her home country and ousting those foreigners who only brought harm and ... Read more

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Rustle of the Leaves: Forest Reflections

Poetic reflections of the forest come to life in this anthology of the outdoors writing from the author. The collection includes three books of poetry: ‘Whisper the Wind’, ‘Northern Woods’ & ‘Hawthorn & Hyacinth’. Trapper tales and woodsman lore throw dashes of humor to repose the wistful musings from the forest floor. Profound as in ... Read more

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The Bells of Eastertide

Leslie Douglas

It is 750 A.D. For two years, King Edbert of Northumbria has yearned for a simpler life: a life of penance and prayer. But can he live the life of a saint and still save his kingdom from civil war – or will his new life cause one? The Bells of Eastertide is a thrilling ... Read more

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Forbidden Inheritance

L. Paul Dorsey

After Larry Cooper helps a neighbor, a simple question makes him doubt his true identity. Is his family really his family? His parents aren’t talking. In fact, it starts to seem like no one but Larry wants to find out the truth. What is his family hiding? With nothing left to lose, he digs into ... Read more

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Resistance, Revolution and Other Love Stories

K. .

Is love the most revolutionary of all acts? In this wide-ranging collection of twelve short stories, a startling array of characters explore their perspectives on love. The stories sweep from sharp realism to heady allegory, haunting fables. Join the struggle against stifling societal powers and explore the potency of love. Join the revolution! $2.99 on ... Read more

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CITY OF PROMISES: An Atmospheric Romance of Mexico City’s Golden Age

D. Grant Fitter

A fantastic setting for this wonderfully written, memorable sweep through time, history, and the search for what love really means. She’s a headliner showgirl star who knows all about the perils of glamour and fame; he’s an ambitious young entrepreneur with fine-tuned plans for his future. She is lust after by every privileged politico in ... Read more

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Princess of Independence

Icarus Bobain

Princess Cristina Trivulzio possessed all the gifts that one attributes to the child whose cradle was surrounded by good fairies.” – Childhood Friend Caroline Jaubert Princess of Independence is an empowering Historical Fiction novel based on the life of the influential Italian noblewoman Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso, who was a staunch supporter of the Italian Revolution ... Read more

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Princess of Independence

Icarus Bobain

Princess Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso is a forgotten figure of the Italian Revolution Born into a family of nobility, Belgiojoso learned at a young age what foreigners interested in ruling the Italian States could be like. She spent the rest of her life dedicated to uniting her home country and ousting those foreigners who only brought ... Read more

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The Road to Delano

John DeSimone

It’s 1968, and a strike by field workers in the grape fields has ripped an otherwise quiet central California town down the middle. Jack Duncan is a Delano high school senior who is on his way to earning a baseball scholarship, hoping to escape the turmoil infesting his town. His mother has kept from him ... Read more

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Falling

Marc Burgio

After confessing to a series of bizarre murders, a young woman galvanizes her ailing cousin into confronting a forgotten tragedy. And that’s only the prologue of author Marc Burgio’s debut novel. Spanning four decades, Falling is a sweeping yet intimate epic of love and revenge, exploring the nature of innocence, loss and the mystery of ... Read more

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Free: Bowl of Fruit (1907)

Panayotis Cacoyannis

When Leon agrees to meet the mysterious ghostwriter Anna Tor, the devastating secrets of the past are revealed one by one to bind them ever closer together. “A magically original story about two strangers and enticing secrets.” – IndieReader (5 Star Review). Free on Kindle.... Read more

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The Weaver’s Legacy

Olive Collins

From the bestselling author of The Tide Between Us and The Memory of Music comes an epic story of the American West – The Weaver’s Legacy. 1865: Goldie O’Neill was nine years of age when she trekked across the unclaimed American West with her family to form their own Irish catholic Colony. Their new community had ... Read more

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