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Fiction is the telling of stories which are not real. More specifically, fiction is an imaginative form of narrative, one of the four basic rhetorical modes. Although the word fiction is derived from the Latin fingo, fingere, finxi, fictum, "to form, create", works of fiction need not be entirely imaginary and may include real people, places, and events. Fiction may be either written or oral. Although not all fiction is necessarily artistic, fiction is largely perceived as a form of art or entertainment. The ability to create fiction and other artistic works is considered to be a fundamental a ...more

New Releases Tagged "Fiction"

The Girls
First Comes Love
Homegoing
Age of Myth (The Legends of the First Empire #1)
All the Missing Girls
Vinegar Girl
Rich and Pretty
The Loose Ends List
The Woman in Cabin 10
How It Feels to Fly
American Girls
If I Forget You
The Bourbon Thief
I'm Thinking of Ending Things
The Gilded Years
We Could Be Beautiful
I Almost Forgot About You
Sons and Daughters of Ease and Plenty
Change Places with Me
Under the Harrow
Disappearance at Devil's Rock
Risuko: A Kunoichi Tale
False Hearts (False Hearts, #1)
The Girl from The Savoy
The Geek's Guide to Unrequited Love
The Darkest Magic (Spirits and Thieves, #2)
True Letters from a Fictional Life
Mirror in the Sky
The Gallery
Julia Vanishes
Infomocracy
The Fifth Avenue Artists Society
Invincible Summer
Empire of Dust (Blood of Gods and Royals, #2)
A Hundred Thousand Worlds
Cure for the Common Universe
The Long Cosmos (The Long Earth, #5)
Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet
The Ringmaster's Wife
The Last Time She Saw Him (Julia Gooden Mystery #1)
A Green and Ancient Light
The Royal Nanny
White Sand, Volume 1 (White Sand, #1)
The Emperor of the Eight Islands (Tale of Shikanoko, #1)
My Name is Leon
Romeo and/or Juliet: A Chooseable-Path Adventure
Ninefox Gambit (The Machineries of Empire, #1)
Magruder's Curiosity Cabinet
Lessons in Falling
Since She Went Away
Lucky Few
The Wolf Road
They May Not Mean To, But They Do
London Belongs to Us
Security
The Tumbling Turner Sisters
In the Shadow of the Gods (Bound Gods, #1)
Tumbling
Sunshine Beach (Ten Beach Road, #4)
Grace: A Novel
Marrow Island
Last Call at the Nightshade Lounge
Every Single Second
Guilty Minds (Nick Heller #3)
Hope and Red (Empire of Storms Trilogy #1)
Field of Graves (Taylor Jackson, #8)
Steeplejack (Alternative Detective, #1)
The Cavendon Luck: A Novel (Cavendon Hall, #3)
Honeysuckle & Pain (The Familiar #3)
Spells of Blood and Kin
The Fire Child
Gifted
Hell's Gate
Foxlowe
The Dark Side
The Museum of You
My Last Continent: A Novel
First Strike (Dewey Andreas, #6)
Ghosts of War (Pike Logan, #10)
The Whale: A Love Story
The Second Girl
The Many Selves of Katherine North
Goodnight, Beautiful Women
Widowmaker (Mike Bowditch, #7)
The Book of Esther
Brighton
Poison or Protect (Delightfully Deadly, #1)
The Sun in Your Eyes: A Novel
Wintering
Chronicle of a Last Summer: A Novel of Egypt
Charcoal Joe (Easy Rawlins #14)
The Good Lieutenant
Collecting the Dead (Special Tracking Unit #1)
The City of Mirrors (The Passage, #3)
The Hidden Oracle (The Trials of Apollo, #1)
Summer Days & Summer Nights: Twelve Love Stories
The Problem with Forever
The Fireman
Outrun the Moon
Modern Lovers


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Katarina Bivald grew up working part-time in a bookshop. Today she lives outside of Stockholm, Sweden, with her sister and as many bookshelves she can get by her. She'scurrently trying to persuade her sister that having a shelf for winter jackets and shoes is completely unneccessary. There should be enough space for a book shelf or two instead. Limited success so far. Apparantly, her sister is also stubbornly refusing to even discuss using the bath room to store books.

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