to works of every sort, fiction & non-fiction, all worthy in their own genre. You have only to choose...
Time Travel, Mystery, Paranormal, Humour, Poetry, Thrillers, Regency Romance, Historical, True-to-Life Tales & an Autobiography.
You will find these 'Indie Authors' on the following pages or linked in the margin. I have liked them for their imagination, humour or general writing skills. I hope you will appreciate them as I do!
Bill Rayburn, Phil Duke, Gary Weston
You have to kiss a lot of frogs to find a prince! This story tells how, in 1966, Barbra tries to find her prince in an unorthodox method for the times.
Free ebook for this weekend (27th & 28th Oct.). In Europe, we gain an hour as our clocks go back! This short story won't even cost you that!
An American family has rented a Victorian house in London, England, for a year.
Thanks to the inventory supplied by the Prim & Proper-T Real Estate Agency, they know exactly what to expect in the house. Every article of furniture, piece of linen and miscellany, right down to the smallest teaspoon, is on the list.
One item is missing... 'phenomenon.'
Ivy sees things in a blur. Will her medicine give her the sharp edges she needs?
A free short story to be found here:
Madame Defarge leads a relentless combat against French aristocrats and then takes pleasure in seeing them die...
Free Ebook here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/655722
This short story is free. It is based on the theme 'Parade.'
When revolutionaries become out-of-control mobs, keeping your head becomes a priority. Flora, her sister and mother are caught up in the 'Reign of Terror' which will guillotine more than 16 000 people. To escape, they face many other terrors. Will they survive?
What began as a short story soon turned into a full length novel, which has taken me ten months to finish. It blends black holes and portals with a medieval world of fantasy with magicians. I don't claim to be a hard core sci-fi writer, but I have kept the scientific part of the novel as accurate or believable as possible. The rest is pure imagination.
It is easy reading, which should be attractive to all sci-fi/fantasy fans, including young adults (YA category).
Snowdonia will be next, followed by Monstera; Hydra and Moss. Shade will be the concluding story of the series.
Whipped egg whites, huh? That seems innocuous enough but then things aren't always what they seem.
This collection of short stories using 'Meringue' as its theme has something for everyone. All the authors' proceeds go to Sea Shepherd in France, a charity who devotes itself to protecting our oceans and the life within.
The Latest Top Writers Block Collection
How far can stretch stitches? In this collection of short stories, you will find stitches involved in mystery, fantasy, comedy, intrigue, true to life situations and even horror. Twelve short stories to read in a dentist's waiting room, as you travel by train or plane or as you wait at the vet's for you pet's toenails to be clipped. There is something for everyone. All the authors' proceeds will go to Sea Shepherd.fr.
This is a Top Writers Block collection of short stories. All the group's proceeds will go to Sea Shepherd, who protects our seas and oceans.
The 10 stories based on the theme 'Trash Day' encompass humour, tragedy, mystery, horror and a little fantasy. You will not be disappointed.
Click HERE to go to Smashwords, where you can buy it for the reasonable sum of $1.99.
It is not every day that one stumbles upon a talented Englishman. This one is tucked away in a corner of Devon but his ingeniosity with words stretches across the internet. Barnaby Wilde reaches out and regales us wherever we are with the deviousness of his line of thinking.
It is not every day that one stumbles upon a passionate, talented Englishman. This one is tucked away in a corner of Devon but his ingeniosity with words stretches across the internet. Barnaby Wilde reaches out and regales us wherever we are with the deviousness of his line of thinking.
‘The Blind Philosopher and the God of Small Things’ will have you marvelling at his grasp on words as he entwines them in amusing verse. ‘Barnaby’s Shorts’ (showing a pair of slim legs in shorts, socks and ridiculous shoes on the book cover) are a collection of all his weird and wonderful short stories, described as ‘coffee break stories’. He now has 4 in the ‘Barnaby’s Shorts’ collection, all showing those ridiculous shoes.
‘Flowers for Mercedes’, a detective story, may just hook you onto wanting to know more about Detective Inspector Flowers.
Sci-fi, mystery, murder or romance fan? Mr. Barnaby Wilde will fill your order. Nothing can or will stop him. He is an inveterate writer who also belongs and contributes to a group of equally passionate writers called Top Writers Block. Why not sample a little of his writing? There is definitely something for everyone and we can all do with a good laugh – no?
Just a prolific as his writings are the places where he can be found. You won’t have to go to Devon…
On his website: www.barnaby-wilde.co.uk
Are you a FaceBook addict ? Find him there too: http://www.facebook.com/pages/
Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/
There are bound to be other places, wouldn’t you think? In fact, I’m a little surprised I haven’t stumble upon him before and you may be too. He does seem to be omniscient and I have to admit, I have now added him to my website – the proof that I can highly recommend him.
Six 'indie authors', who can also be found on the suzybazaar ebook website, have come together to write six short stories using the 'Painted Door' theme. Mystery, fantasy, murder and even comedy have been imagined for your pleasure. The proceeds from sales will go to the international charity the Smile Train. It is an association that gives a true smile to children born with a cleft palate and/or lip.
Just what is the trouble with Thorndyke? He doesn't even know himself; but he's in it neck deep!
This novel is written with the collaboration of 5 indie authors. They are:
Here is the beginning of Chapter 1 :
Sweat beaded on Thorndyke’s upper lip. His breathing was controlled and shallow, in an attempt to avoid detection. The big bass drum of his heart felt as if it would burst from his chest. Being found was inevitable. Death was inevitable. He was merely prolonging the agony. Agony. Deep down, it wasn't death that really scared him. It was how he would die. These people meant business. To these people, their “clients” were people to keep in line, and those that stepped beyond that line were to be made an example of.
New Arrival to the Website - Alison Blake
By following the link to each author's site you may also find books they are giving away free
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3 ebooks by Phil Duke
Feel free to contact Phillip Duke using the above email
A raw portrayal of Don’s experience during the Vietnam War, dealing with dead and dying children. He exposes his soul discussing events in his life while coping with PTSD issues, not knowing for 40 years that he was suffering from the disorder. As conditions worsen he moves into a tent in the woods. Through treatment he returns to Vietnam and in a matter of a few months his whole life has changed.
First part of the sequel to 'A King's Head'
Mussa remained in her curtsey, her face lowered.
“You sent for me, ma'am,” she said softly.