Fiction New Releases

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"

Fire & Blood (A Song of Ice and Fire)
My Sister, the Serial Killer
Empress of All Seasons
Kingdom of the Blind (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #14)
Empire of Sand (The Books of Ambha, #1)
Someone Like Me
How Long 'til Black Future Month?
Kingdom of the Blazing Phoenix (Rise of the Empress, #2)
The Dark Days Deceit (Lady Helen, #3)
This Is What It Feels Like
Those Who Knew
The Shadows We Hide
The Mortal Word (The Invisible Library, #5)
The Lonesome Bodybuilder: Stories
The Kinship of Secrets
The Best Bad Things
The Feral Detective
Firefly: Big Damn Hero
This Splintered Silence
Hazards of Time Travel
How She Died, How I Lived
Evening in Paradise: More Stories
Master of His Fate (House of Falconer #1)
Navigating the Stars
A Town Divided by Christmas
The Resolutions
Your Own Worst Enemy
Tell Her No Lies
City of Secrets (Counterfeit Lady, #2)
City of Broken Magic (Chronicles of Amicae  #1)
The Lying Woods
How to Knit a Murder (Seaside Knitters Society, #13)
The Girl with the Sweetest Secret (Sin and Sensibility, #2)
Creatures of Want and Ruin
Come with Me
Robert B. Parker's Blood Feud (Sunny Randall)
A Different Kind of Fire
Jack Frost: The End Becomes the Beginning (The Guardians, #5)
Dead Ringer
Jerusalem's Queen: A Novel of Salome Alexandra (The Silent Years, #3)
Middle England
Oath of Office (Jack Ryan Universe #26)
A Case of Bier (Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries, #31)
City of Ash and Red
The April 3rd Incident
Fugitive Red
Death and Other Holidays
Any Second
House of Glass
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 9: Squirrels Fall Like Dominoes
Hide With Me
The Making of Mrs. Hale (Regency Brides: Promise of Hope #3)
The New Order
The Rust Maidens
Saving Death
Are You Ready to Hatch an Unusual Chicken? (Unusual Chickens, #2)
Harvest of Secrets (Wine Country Mysteries, #9)
Merciless (Age of Conquest #1)
Naughty on Ice (Discreet Retrieval Agency, #4)
Fool's Moon (Tarot Cats Mystery #1)
Dark Ocean Princess (The Cursed Seas Collection)
The Alehouse at the End of the World
A Dreadful Fairy Book
Christmas at the Red Door Inn (Prince Edward Island Dreams, #3.5)
Only the Ocean
The Wicked + The Divine: The Funnies
The Ice Princess's Fair Illusion (Fairytale Verses, #2)
Le stagioni del Commissario Ricciardi n. 4: Il giorno dei morti
The Witch Elm
Bridge of Clay
A Very Large Expanse of Sea
The Reckoning
The Proposal
Sawkill Girls
The Witch of Willow Hall
The Boneless Mercies
Blanca & Roja
Marilla of Green Gables
The Rain Watcher
An Assassin's Guide to Love and Treason
Virgil Wander
The Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter
The Brilliant Death
The Light Between Worlds
Becoming Mrs. Lewis: The Improbable Love Story of Joy Davidman and C. S. Lewis
The Little Shop of Found Things (The Little Shop of Found Things #1)
Family Trust
When We Caught Fire
The Winters
This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story

Steven Barnes

Author of The Cestus Deception

Steven Barnes (born March 1, 1952, Los Angeles, California) is an African American science fiction writer, lecturer, creative consultant, and human performance technician. He has written several episodes of The Outer Limits and Baywatch, as well as the Stargate SG-1 episode "Brief Candle" and the Andromeda episode "The Sum of its Parts". Barnes' first published piece of fiction, the novelette The Locusts (1979), written with Larry Niven, and was a Hugo Award nominee.

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