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The midpoint of 2021 arrived a lot sooner than anyone expected, especially those who turned to books for a temporary escape from reality. However, as said by Dr. Seuss, "The more you read, the more things you will know.
After his brush with death Wade Garrison has kept his promise to God and his wife never to pick up a gun again. However, when bank robbers kill his old friend Sheriff Harry Block, and everyone turns to Wade for justice, he has a difficult choice to make.
Historical fiction offers a great way for authors to transport readers to settings that they might recognize from history, but can then also view in a brand new way. Using a historical setting for a fictional narrative or real historical figures as characters in a fictional tale is something that has been irresistible for both authors and readers for many years and it is a trend that shows no signs of slowing down. Here are just five free ebooks that features fictional tales that were inspired by real historical events or people.
In an action-packed and fast-paced adventure with a refreshing new take on Irish fairies and the lore surrounding them, Alistaria is charged with a quest into the human realm to save their world.
From outdoor survival to renovation and dating, the reality television genre is as popular as ever. Many views love tuning in to watch unknown individuals compete against each other for fame and fortune.
Satirical and slapstick, Tony Teora’s Smart Pills is a sci-fi comedy that is sure to tickle the funny bone of fans who laugh out loud at Red Dwarf or Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
The accident that occurred in 1986 propelled the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant and the nearby town of Pripyat to the forefront of public consciousness.
The Quest for the Golden Plunger follows the misadventures of Troop 99 as they wreak an unbelievable amount of havoc during summer camp.
Some books are epic in scope and feature stories that can span generations. However, other authors have taken the complete opposite approach to their novels.
The Art of Anatomy, by Gary Power, introduces a dark traveling carnival stopping in a small town.
Sari Gilbert - An Intriguing Story Set in 1980 in Italy
FEATURED AUTHOR - Sari Gilbert fell in love with Italy at a tender age and has been living in Rome since the 1970s when she moved there to complete her graduate studies in International Relations – she has both an M.A. and a Ph.D - and then found work there as a reporter and foreign correspondent.