Weekly Amazon Kindle Book Freebies – Nov. 3/4, 2017
This is a new feature that will allow us to share access to free books for voracious readers like you! Check out the books below and click on the covers to get them for free! We will be posting new freebie ebooks every Friday!
Knight Prisoner by Mark J. Mitchell:
A hilarious romp through an alternative 15th century, where two great literary minds meet and pull off a jailbreak of legend.
In 1470, in the great City of London, the great French poet, François Villon, was in trouble. He had a talent for it. Carted off to Newgate prison, he is thrown into the company of that master of English crime and prose, Sir Thomas Malory.
The legal and romantic situations go from bad to worse until there is only one man they can turn to, the old Knight in the prison.
Home of the Can Man’s Daughter by James Vachowski
The touching story of a tribute to a Christmas, Florida, hero.
Every boy sees his grandfather as something of a legend, and Richard Petty Schultz is no exception. His Poppy fought the Nazis during the War and notched 17 confirmed kills before a sniper’s bullet left him blind in one eye. In peacetime, the man survived heartbreak, cancer, bankruptcy, and a stroke. Most importantly, Poppy Schaeffer built the Eiffel Tower, which made Christmas everything that it is today.
But even the greatest of men have to die sometime.
Ink Stains, Volume 1: A Dark Fiction Literary Anthology
Death. A permanent end. Termination of life.
Some embrace death as if reuniting with a long-missing old friend. Others fear it, try to outwit it, hide from it. And then there are those who are fascinated by it, mesmerized by it, chasing it down, taunting it, challenging it.
In Ink Stains, Volume 1, eight authors explore death in all its facets in a collection of short stories that range from fantastical to gritty to supernaturally creepy. Join them in a journey through the darker side of fiction.
This dark fiction and horror anthology series is a quarterly publication featuring occult horror stories and dark and chilling fiction.
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