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Dear Mom, I love you very much. Love, Joe

by Joe Brian

When I got word that my mother had died, my life changed forever. I immediately went upstairs to my room and slammed the door shut. I opened up the photo album she gave me before she passed and stared at the pictures of my mom throughout the years. With tears pouring down my hot face, I just gazed at the pictures; images of her as a young woman, images of her older.Thoughts raced through my mind like, “Here she is at 16. She had no clue that she would get cancer several years later and have a horrible death.” And, “Here she is holding me when I was a baby. She had no clue what was in store for her 26 years later.”Suddenly, I screamed and threw the book across the room. “This isn’t fair!” I bellowed. I looked up at the ceiling and screamed at God. “What kind of a sick joke i...

Genre: Genre Fiction, Biographical
Size: 209 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Andrew Murray: Destined to Wait: A Biographical Novel

by Olea Nel

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Genre: History, Africa, Genre Fiction, Biographical
Size: 330 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.10 / 5
4 reviews

Killing Elephants

by Vorgan

Killing Elephants by David Bennett[Biographical Novel]A shy young man meets his roommate on his first day of college and both their lives take an unexpected twist when they discover an ingenious method that will turn them into millionaires…Who was David Bennett? How did he reach wealth at such a young age? And why is he considered one of the most intriguing figures of our time? At last the whole story unfolds. From his beginnings as a timid and fearful-of-the-world kid, and his first encounter with his arrogant roommate (who shared with him a number of ideas capable of giving seemingly impossible capabilities to those who execute them), to the strange method that he had to devise to put them into practice.Written with shrewd eloquence and in an addictive style, David offers us a window i...

Genre: Teen & Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Biographical
Size: 585 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Spanked Boy Stories 4

by Simon Clark

Spanked. Paddled. Caned. Belted. Thrashed. Tanned. Punished. All words that mean the same thing. All words that once were the standard means by which a boy who had done wrong was disciplined and taught the error of his ways. Only a few decades ago this was a common thing – a normal thing. Nowadays it is not quite so, but only a few short years ago it was perfectly normal for a boy who had done wrong to know with absolute certainty that he was going to receive a very sore spanked bottom as punishment for his crimes. The tradition of corporal punishment was established and protected for centuries. Every schoolboy in England feared the cane, every son of Texas knew that his dad kept a strap. Contained in this book are nine tales contributed by nine authors detailing fictional accounts of sp...

Genre: Genre Fiction, Biographical
Size: 155 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

I am Studious, but I too have a life

by A J

The story takes us through the life of the lead protagonist, Villy Joseph, right from his school days to the time he completes his Master’s degree. As the title of the novel itself suggests, Villy is a studious boy with no extracurricular talents to boast of. He is a pet to his teachers solely due to his academic credentials and he always prefers to stay calm and composed. He does not drink or smoke and he is alien to the world of pub and parties. You cannot see him bunking classes to go to a movie and his friend circle is a small one. No one has ever seen him in boys’ only circles where the discussion is mainly about girls and sex. Usually, such people are considered to be living in a world of their own and mostly all movies, novels etc depicts them as laughing stocks. Mostly everyone...

Genre: Genre Fiction, Biographical
Size: 171 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

For Martin thank you: At salt coats home (my life Book 1)

by Maestro William Mozart McCaughey

At salt coats home as a boy the staff a big help to me...

Genre: Genre Fiction, Biographical, Family Life
Size: 190 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Letters From A Bum: Fans Of Charles Bukowski, Hunter S. Thompson, John Irving Or Chuck Palahniuk?

by Chassis Albuquerque

If you're fans of the writers mentioned above, you'll love Frank Bruce.Who’s Frank Bruce?Exactly.A sacked CIA accounts analyst wants to make it big - as a writer. Is this even possible? Well, there are worse things - Frank's wife for one thing, and working for the CIA for another. But the road to any chance of literary fame and success is marred by his hellish artistic lifestyle and Frank's main literary companion - cocaine. And the only thing he's more addicted to? Writing.Desperate in his unrelenting pursuit, fueled by drugs and his life comically spiraling out of control, Frank meets a successful, but carefree author, who takes him under his wing. Together they try to ensure that they both hit rock-bottom - hard. Packed with wit and deliciously degenerate characters, “Letters From ...

Genre: Genre Fiction, Biographical, Satire
Size: 108 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

BAGHA JATIN: THE MAN WHO SLEW TIGER (Indian Freedom Fighters Book 1)

by Saptarshi Bhattacharyya

Jatindranath Mukherjee is one of the most enigmatic figures of India’s armed freedom-struggles against British Raj. He once killed a fully grown tiger with just a dagger, to get the moniker Bagha Jatin. During Ghadar Movement, he, along with others, brought India close to freedom. Had they been successful, Indian history would have been written differently. This redoubtable freedom fighter of early twentieth century ran an almost parallel administration in Bengal ─ played an unforgettable role in rousing the masses through his leadership, bravery and sacrifice. After Bagha Jatin’s death, many of his followers joined Congress to make it the vanguard of Independence Movement. A man of supreme mental and physical strengths, he was an endless source of inspirations to the youths of his ...

Genre: Genre Fiction, Biographical
Size: 149 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

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