Looking for a great book or wondering what to read next? Our books section contains thousands of books written by members of the authonomy writing community that you can read online for free. Browse our book charts to find the community’s favourite books and their latest new book titles. Specific reading habits? Search for books by genre or keyword using our book tag cloud. Fancy taking pot luck with your book recommendations? Our "pitch me" tool presents a random book from the site. Try it and discover a new book today.

You don’t need to be a member to browse the site and read books online, but joining authonomy is very easy and completely free. If you’re looking to get published or just self-publish, authonomy is a great place to improve your writing, find a literary agent or even get a publishing contract. By becoming a member of the authonomy writing community you’ll be able to submit your manuscript to the site and showcase your work to the community and the publishing world. You can comment on the books you find here, talk to the authors, get writing tips and share advice. What are you waiting for? Register now.

Find out more about authonomy.

Historical Fiction, Chris....
4 =
Fiction, Popular Culture,....
4 =
Fiction, Thriller

latest comments

Twistedbiscuits wrote recently
I've read to chapter 5. I got a little lost around the guns. All I can s... more...
Natalie782 wrote 7 minutes ago
FCCG2 Your short pitch: Fantastic. Long pitch: The first sentence is a ... more...
M.J. Fahy wrote 1 hour ago
African Woman, American Adventure Hello, Wanjira, I only had time f... more...
BunnyHopwood wrote 1 hour ago
Yarg review I had already started reading this and had given a review on t... more...
dar1970 wrote 1 hour ago

pitch me

Dream on, Aloysius

Alison Roger


A confession of the life and loves of a Catholic Priest in a Tayside housing scheme. The story of a brutal killing and its consequences.

Many readers will have fantasised about the sex life of the average Catholic Priest and this novel provides no answers for them; for the priest at the centre of this novel is not at all average and his sex life cannot be taken as any indication of what other priests may do. The killing which sets th...