Amazon Kindle Fiction Freebies for July 19, 2018

Sweet romances, both long and short, along with whimsical literary fiction and a stunning coming of age novel.

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Now That I'm Ready to Tell You Everything

On a beautiful spring morning, Serena Callaway wanted nothing more than a quiet, meditative walk along the streets of her small town. Then she found a toe, a woman’s big toe, recently pedicured, lying in the street, and began to realize that normal, along with quiet and certainly meditative, just might not be where things were headed that day.

Now That I’m Ready To Tell You Everything is a quirky romp through a single morning, as a group of quite ordinary people try desperately to turn average moments into nutty adventures.
Undiscovered Country

Rye Bartleby is a man who has made a career out of avoiding responsibility on two different colonial planets. When he runs into Addy Hallis on the street, he just can’t make himself walk away, even after he’s mistaken her for a saloon girl.

His life is getting ridiculously complicated, and everything is sideways, but he can’t seem to make himself regret it.
Four Somethings & a Sixpence

One wedding. Six participants. Be they sitting in the pews or standing at the altar, bearing witness in person or only in spirit, each of them knows something about the unsmiling bride.

Go ahead—offer them a sixpence for their thoughts, and they'll make you these vows:

One would love to declare this woman his “awfully wedded wife.” Verbatim.
One fears what she already has and will have to hold—if not from this day forward, then soon.
One takes her to be richer, not poorer—and for that reason wants to scrub the toilet with her toothbrush.
One is better for what she told him this morning, worse for betraying a friend to get to this point.
One worries whether today finds her in sickness or in health.
And only one already knows—with certainty—that not even in death will they part.

Whether they speak now or forever hold their peace, they all give the bride a little something she didn’t register for.
Birch Hills @ World's End

Birch Hills at World’s End begins between Detroit and nowhere, in 1999, when high school senior Josh Reilly senses an apocalypse approaching. Josh's unease increases as his privileged but disturbed friend Erik schemes in a journal he calls "The Doomsday Book," where he plots revenge against the suburbia he's learned to despise.

When Lindsay, a sixteen-year-old famed for dramatic self-mutilation and questionable poetry, becomes Josh's girlfriend, Erik finds companionship in a circle of bikers and small-time meth traffickers. Josh, suspecting his friend Erik has become a competitor for Lindsay's affections, peeks into the Doomsday Book and is shocked by what he learns. A web of domestic strife, romantic rivalry, and millennial anxiety challenges two boys to stand together as their youth comes apart.

Columbine... Y2K... can friendships survive the end of the world?