| V Plague: Origins: Unleashed, Crucifixion and Rolling Thunder|
by Dirk Patton
$0.00, 1103 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #2 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
With 1,564 combined reviews averaging 4.7 stars, don't miss the opportunity to get all three, full-length novels that chronicle the beginning of the edge of your seat thrill-ride that is the V Plague series!
Unleashed, the first book in the series introduces John Chase, Rachel and Dog as America is attacked and begins its descent into post-apocalyptic chaos.
Crucifixion and Rolling Thunder continue their struggles for survival as they fight the devastating results of the attacks which have left millions of people in a murderous rage. As society crumbles around them, survival will be the most difficult task any of them have ever undertaken.
With a main character that is the Jack Reacher of the apocalypse, this is a series that has been hailed by readers and critics alike:
"A richly textured world has been created that draws you in, grabs you by the throat and shakes you like a rag doll. Wow! I've read so many series that peak by the second or third book, giving up on them when the author starts recycling events and story lines. But not here! I've read all the books in the series and am impatiently waiting for the next, and it just keeps getting better! New characters, new sub-plots, new dangers, new victories, new settings. Each book is fresh, continuing the best story I've read in years. I hope the series never ends!"
"I wasn't and I'm still not a zombie fan, but this series blew me away! You want zombies, you've got the infected. But these are all too real and possible. No mumbo-jumbo ridiculous explanation (or lack thereof) for re-animated corpses walking around to be found here. Bravo, Mr. Patton! You scare the hell out of me and keep me flipping through the pages because I can't put your books down."
"A devastating, completely believable end of the world as we know it scenario?
The guilty pleasure of flesh eating ghouls?
Well written, intricately plotted with a surprise at every turn?
Enough action to make Chuck Norris and Rambo beg for a vacation?
"A giant breath of fresh air in a tired genre"
"What The Walking Dead should be. Cancel TWD and start filming this tomorrow!"
"Wonderful characters that are real. Some you love, some you hate and some you loathe"
"Two tours in Iraq and one in A-stan and I've met a lot of operators. This is the most realistic, true to life depiction of a bad-ass special forces operator I've ever read. They aren't superman or ninjas, they're human just like everyone else, only much more determined. Best books and best characters I've come across in years. Oorah!"
"An all too believable scenario for the end of the world"
"A beautifully written, tightly woven tale of determination to survive against all odds"
"Perfectly crafted action scenes, creeping gooseflesh suspense and sudden laugh out loud one-liners to keep you turning pages"
"Look up adrenaline in the dictionary and most likely you'll see a picture of one of these books"
"Absolute genius! What a brilliantly done series. Read all the books in a week. Who needs to go to work?"
| Turning Events: zombie attack|
by A. Maarf
$0.00, 98 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #415 in Single Authors Short Stories
Life of Emma and her family when horrblie events take place...Will Emma and her family be able to fight off the Zombies.....or will Everyone she loves die a horrble death including her
| Eyes of a Stranger|
by Charles Patrick
$0.00, 364 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #16 in New Adult & College Fantasy (Kindle Store)
Secrets, sex, lies, and murder have a way of attracting the devil or in Greg Girard's case, something far worse than the devil.
A year ago, Greg Girard abruptly transferred colleges after the brutal death of his boyfriend, Justin Tilson. Greg watched and did nothing as members of his fraternity killed Justin, their motives unclear to him. He thought that running away from that tragic night in New Orleans would help to ease his guilty conscience and put that dark night behind him, but he was wrong. Nightmares of that horrific night, unanswered questions, thoughts of revenge, and the guilt to which he clings have followed him to his new college campus.
As the college semester ends and the anniversary of Justin’s death approaches, his friend, Emily Daigle, suggests a fun trip to New Orleans might help to lift his spirits and take his mind off Justin’s tragic death. Accompanied by his roommate, Chad Wheeler, the three set off for Bourbon Street for what Greg thought would be a fun and enjoyable trip. It’s while in the French Quarter that Greg comes face to face with one of Justin’s killers and nearly suffers the same fate as Justin. A mysterious stranger comes to his rescue and takes it upon himself to help Greg by avenging the death of Justin, and the bodies begin to pile up.
Try as he might, Greg cannot keep his past and secrets hidden from his friends any longer. These secrets will test the strength of their friendships, but Greg is not the only one with secrets and a past. The mysterious stranger and Greg are connected in ways that he could not even imagine, and this dark past will change everything Greg knows and believes in. But revenge comes with a price, especially when you make a deal with the devil.
| Ascent of Evil (The Darke Lyfe Trilogy -1)|
by Michael Goldcraft
$0.00, 367 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #652 in Historical Romance (Kindle Store)
Anthropologist Steven Atticus found more than a preserved Viking corpse in that cold Canadian lake. He found the progenitor of the vampyre race. And now he and a special task force, including the FBI, race to prevent the unthinkable from happening in a city by the sea -- because vampyres are real, genetically-altered predators. Harrison Van Gilter is one of those predators, and now Panama City, Florida is his for the taking!
From the Canadian savannah to the Netherlands; and from Florida to Suriname -- the hunt is on. A hunt for victims, a serial killer, and a global race of predators. Predators whose prey is the dominant species on earth!
| Wanted By The Vampire: A Young Adult Vampire Romance|
by Elina Jordan
$0.00, 53 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #305 in Paranormal Vampire Romance
For years, Jasmine and Daniel have been dealing with the creatures of the dark. Constantly having to balance their daily lives with their secret vampire hunts, the passionate but turbulent couple are not new to drama and tense moments.
Lately, however, Daniel has been acting more and more careless during their encounters with the vampires, putting Jasmine in needlessly dangerous situations. He has become more abusive and arrogant than ever before, as if some unknown force is corrupting his mind.
Meanwhile, the couple’s activities have not gone unnoticed. Darian, the Vampire Lord, has been keeping watch on the two humans, waiting for the ideal time to strike them down. Yet, something is holding him back. He finds himself inexplicably fascinated with Jasmine, who grabs his attention like no other human has ever done before.
Still, his deep-seated loyalty to his kind and the innate bloodthirst of his being may prove to be too much to bear.
As Jasmin and Darian come face to face for the first time, the flames of passion soon ignite, as the two are helplessly drawn towards each other despite their obvious differences.
A series of dramatic events are then set in motion, as old secrets are unearthed and dangerous encounters blend with steamy moments of lust and emotion.
| Distorted Visions: The Killing Jar|
by Martin McGregor
$0.00, 89 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #45 in Two-Hour Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
When you become trapped inside of the Killing Jar, you know that it is only a matter of time. Distorted Visions 2 contains nine brand new short horror stories from Martin McGregor that cover diverse topics such as the fifteen-year-old girl intent on saving the planet from global disaster who discovers the final solution to reversing climate change. The office worker trying to get home to his wife late at night alone in the dark, trying his best to stay awake. The tramp with a suspected mental illness who holds a life-changing secret within. Or the creature who uses humans as a vehicle to allow it to remain alive.
There are stories about the global release of an addictive app that has unexpected side effects for its subscribers, and the father out for revenge after the murder of his only child. The secret medical experiment that goes disastrously wrong with members of the public becoming unexpected killing machines or the man trapped in the middle of a hurricane with a secret hidden away from prying eyes who is about to become exposed. Lastly, the tale of a half-human and half-vampire hybrid creature who is hidden away safely by his mother until her secret is finally exposed.
Take a look inside of the Jar and witness the distortions for yourself.
| Three Nights of the Vampire: The Complete Trilogy|
by Amy Cross
$0.00, 515 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #101 in Paranormal Vampire Romance
One woman. Two vampire brothers. Three nights of terror.
As she waits by the window for a long-promised visit, Chloe Carter begins to tell her granddaughter the story of her life. It's a story that begins with a younger Chloe moving to Paris to make a fresh start. Everything seems to be going well, but then comes the battle between two ancient, dying vampires, followd by a journey back in time to World War Two Paris.
Matthias Bane is a hellraiser, with no interest in anything other than the pleasures of the world. His brother Hugo is intense and driven, and dedicated to scientific discovery. When they arrive in Paris, Matthias is badly wounded and Hugo is desperate to find a way to save his brother. But when the brothers make a deal with a Nazi leader, they set themselves on course for a destiny that neither of them can accept.
Three Nights of the Vampire is an epic love story about three people trapped in time, and about the dangers of refusing to accept death. Originally published in three volumes titled The Vampire Falls, The Vampire Burns and The Vampire Rises, the trilogy is now available together for the first time in this omnibus edition.
| The New England Vampire 2: The Aswang of Siquijor|
by Jay Wheeler
$0.00, 241 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #92 in Dark Fantasy Horror
The New England Vampire is a supernatural fantasy that will electrify fans of A Shade of Vampire and The Vampire Diaries with a fresh and unique storyline that no one is expecting!
Inspired by true events!
After Aphina’s death on Hy’Brasil, the spell walls on the Islands have been lifted, unleashing the last mercenary, a perfectly preserved werewolf that is thirsty for blood, hungry for revenge and immune to all the weapons used to kill them. Holy water, crosses and silver weapons won’t work. So, they have to find another way to kill it before an army is raised and they all face extinction.
After calling in back up from some fellow witches, they realize they are completely unmatched and outsmarted. Azrael has a solution to their problem, but it will mean the team traveling to the islands of the Philippines, him going back to his past and coming face to face with his demons. That’s not going to be the only obstacle in store, though.
Will they prevent the last mercenary from raising a werewolf army or will they bite off more than they can chew and discover a deeper threat that has been lurking in the shadows for centuries?
The New England Vampire perfectly merges reality, fantasy, legend and myth into one hair raising story that will leave you wanting more.
| Sunrise At The Three Stakes Saloon|
by E.v McQueen
$0.00, 212 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #14559 in General Humorous Fiction
Not all vampires are cut out to be vampires.
In fact, not all vampires are Suave, Devilishly Good Looking, or have perfect hair.
Even fewer glitter in the daylight.
Some are completely inept, and terribly unsuitable for the life of an undead bloodsucker. Meet Clyde, Steve, and Gabe. Three young vampires who work at the Three Stakes Saloon, with their master, Wyatt. After Wyatt dies horribly (Steve swears it was an accident), rival vampire's begin to muscle in on their prime Santa Alma territory.
If they hope to keep the Three Stakes Saloon, and avoid being killed in the process, they'll need to learn how to hunt for food, turn new vampires (thanks to the magic of VHS), and navigate the social minefield that is, 1986.
| Wampyre's Gate (Vampire Hunter Trilogy Book 3)|
by C J Wright
$0.00, 292 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Vampires
After witnessing his death in the bell tower of Big Ben, Victor Drake believed that the vampire, Sebastian Van Rake, was no more. Though, as evidence of the vampire's return emerges, it draws Victor back to the town of Edgewich. However, this is only the beginning, and as Van Rake's plan starts to become clear Victor must return to the Vampire Hunter's Union, and stop the opening of the fabled Wampyre's Gate and the return of The Old Ones.
| The Keeper's Legacy: A Chosen Novel (The Keepers Book 1)|
by Meg Anne
$0.00, 268 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (39 reviews), #14 in Romantic Fantasy (Kindle Store)
A legacy forged in blood and shrouded in nightmares.
With everyone she’s ever loved dead, Effie’s fate is no longer one of her choosing. Overnight, she becomes the newest initiate of the Keepers of Prophecy, a secret order that Sees what the future holds.
War looms for the land of Elysia, unless Effie can prevent it by harnessing her visions and interpreting their meaning. Yet as what she Sees becomes far more dark and sinister, she finds herself no closer to deciphering it.
Forced to rely on her tutor and Guardian, her inner turmoil deepens when feelings within herself—those she thought died with the man she loved—resurface. One would give up everything to be with her. The other challenges her at every turn.
Struggling to focus amidst her awakening desires, Effie fights to unravel the truth buried within her nightmares. Will she discover it in time to be the salvation Elysia needs... or will one wrong reading damn them all?
Equal parts dark fantasy and forbidden romance, The Keeper’s Legacy by Meg Anne is chock full of delicious dark angst!
The Keeper’s Legacy is the first book in an adult fantasy romance trilogy set within the Chosen universe. Readers do not need to read the Chosen series first, although events and characters from the books will be referenced.
| Death's Collector (The Death-Cursed Wizard Book 1)|
by Bill McCurry
$0.00, 328 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (19 reviews), #227 in Humorous Fantasy (Kindle Store)
There’s got to be more to life than sorcery, slaughter, and flowers.
Bib the sorcerer murders people for the God of Death, but he’s not just cursed to kill. He’s cursed to love it.
And he hates that he loves it.
The world is full of wicked people who are perfect targets for Bib’s blood lust. But sometimes he slips and kills people who aren’t as bad as all that. It weighs on him, so when a child-murdering kidnapper kills some hapless folk under Bib’s protection, he chases the vile toad with a clean conscience.
Bib is out for vengeance and death, but the kidnapped boy’s governess begs him to rescue the child. Meanwhile, the kidnapper wants Bib dead, the king wants him imprisoned, and a river spirit wants to pull out his arteries and tie them into charming designs.
Bib admits that while he’s wiping out the kidnapper and all his nasty friends, he could make an effort to save the boy. It seems possible—until he suffers betrayal, the obliteration of his plans, and powerlessness at the hands of his enemies. He is as good as dead.
Now he’ll show everyone why Death chose him to collect lives.
If you enjoy Terry Pratchett, Robert Bevan, Josh Erikson, Terry Mancour, or Jonathan L. Howard, you’ll love the irreverent and highly-addictive Death-Cursed Wizard Series.
Get it now!
Top 100 Seller in Dark Comedy
What Amazon readers are saying:
★★★★★ “There is always a cost for using magic. Nowhere have I ever seen that more vividly illustrated, and in a new and different way.”
★★★★★ “This is a book of murder, violence, and self-exploration. A character study drenched in blood”
★★★★★ “This is a fun read with a protagonist that should not be someone you want to spend time with; but dammit if you don't enjoy having him around.”
★★★★★ “McCurry turns the usual sword and sorcery tropes on their head, keeps the reader empathizing with what, in less talented hands would have been a one-note protagonist…”
★★★★★ “The insults hurled at each other are so unique, I had to read them out loud to my roommate.”
★★★★★ “The character Bib is a very interesting character, getting himself into impossible situations and dealing with them in improbable ways that had me mesmerized.”
★★★★★ “I wish the book was longer because I am already missing the main character, but I will continue to love him from afar!”
★★★★★ “Death’s Collector gives you a protagonist who isn't all good guy or all bad. Keeps you rooting for the characters and full of emotions.”
★★★★★ “Characters that capture your interest, adventure, battles, fantasy, all the fun things for an exciting escape into a book; not to mention some of the most horrid and amusing insults I've ever heard.”
| Sisters of Sorrow|
by Axel Blackwell
$0.00, 333 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (49 reviews), #63 in Historical Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Fiction
Anna Dufresne lives in a factory that eats children. If the brutal machines don't kill Anna, her guardians' neglect and abuse surely will. The only thing this abandoned teen wants is out. But the factory is inside a stone fortress, on an island, where people are sent to be forgotten. It serves as a dumping ground—both for orphans who are not welcome at finer institutions, and for nuns who have disgraced the Church. The walls of Saint Frances du Chantal's Orphan Asylum hum with secrets and buried scandal.
In the catacombs below the factory, something long dead, something almost forgotten, stirs. It offers Anna a key, and promises freedom, if she will seek it out when she escapes. She knows her plan will endanger the other children, but Anna cannot resist the call of freedom.
Her escape attempt triggers a chain reaction of chaos, shaking the orphanage to its foundation and laying bare its deadly secrets. As Anna flees into the night, she discovers that the evil nuns were the least of her worries. The swirling mist of the island hides terrors more dangerous than she could ever imagine.
*Warning: This story contains sinister nuns, morally ambiguous witches, unhinged orphans, and an industrious living dead thing.*
Interview with the Author:
Q1: Is this a book about evil nuns verses witches?
Q2: Creature? What kind of creature?
Q3: Can you tell us about the main character Anna?
Q4: Can you tell us a little about the setting?
Q4: What genre is Sisters of Sorrow?
*A Novel of Magic, Madness and Survival... with very Peculiar Children*
| A Lingering of Autumn: Two Tales of Autumn Incarnate|
by Christopher B. Owen
$0.00, 104 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #23307 in Dark Fantasy
A season of bounty and harvest, Autumn is also a season of mystery and magic, Halloween and horror. In this volume are two tales in which autumn itself becomes an arcane force to be reckoned with.
THE SCARECROW AND THE AUTUMN WITCH: Trapped in a world in which the same perfect autumnal day repeats itself over and over, Douglas lives a life of idleness and contentment, until an animate scarecrow leads him to believe that things might not be as prefect as they seem.
AUTUMN’S END: It’s five days until Christmas, but the day just won’t seem to arrive. The solution, a trip into the calendar itself to discover the problem and force time back into proper alignment.
| Fairies, Witches, Elves, Ghosts + a Witch's cat : Rhymes to entertain young and old|
by Maree Charman
$0.00, 11 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #50 in 15-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Rhymes of fairies, witches, elves and a witch's cat plus a few ghosts. Twenty five little rhymes to entertain all ages. A cat that doesn't want to cross the street, solar powered broomsticks, elf cricket, ghost chickens and much more.
| 9413: Graymalkin|
by Garret Ford
$0.00, 225 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #110 in Dark Fantasy Horror
Madness and death cast their shadow over the city of Ignox. A rebel faction takes revenge on an old foe. The cold cobblestone streets run hot with blood as the serial killer, the Dread Prowler, returns to slaughter nobles and prostitutes alike. Zarr, the vagabond, once cursed with the form of a cat, is finally human again, but finds himself a stranger to his family. The golden days of sun are quickly spent, Zarr is entangled in a web of intrigue as the six noble houses vie for control and peace for Gwynos, himself a mere pawn in the Great Game. Torture, insanity, and infidelity swell in this salacious journey of sex and death.
| Jaden's Trials|
by Justin Nead
$0.00, 524 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #25999 in Dark Fantasy
Jaden lived his life as a servant, with dreams of something better. What he finds is nothing like he expects. His life goes from being a lowly servant treated like less than dirt to having everyone's attention. The world focuses on him as he sparks the renewal of a lost faction of the church.
Everyone is watching Jaden and his new found friends while an army builds all around them, bent on destroying everything they hold dear. Jaden must face tragedy, hope, love, and betrayal as he fights for those that despise him. But questions whether he will have the strength to do what is truly necessary to do what has to be done to save his friends and the world from the greatest evil it has ever known.
| Spite: The Past Can't Hurt Us, Can It?|
by J.J. Kennard
$0.00, 180 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #36179 in Occult Fiction
A Christmas miracle! Her paralysis, cured by the stranger who only needed to hold her hands. So why was she cruelly robbed of the gift so soon afterwards? Why is she dying? Psychiatrist Ben Sheldon is perplexed. Why the rapid mental decline in his patients? How does the death of the local priest and the arrival of an exorcist from Rome tie the pieces together? Now, with his own family at risk from the mysterious and malign presence, Ben Sheldon must collaborate with unlikely allies to try and save them.
| Demon Unbound: Demon Enforcers, Book 1|
by Jenn Stark
$0.00, 327 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (38 reviews), #31 in Paranormal Demons & Devils Romance
None of us is without Sin...
After serving untold millennia as the leader of a demon special ops team with a brutal reputation for efficiency, Warrick of the Syx has seen it all, done it all, killed it all. Penance for his own damnation? Sure. But with the world running black with blood and magic, his skills are definitely in high demand.
This time, though...there's a catch. And her name is Maria Santos. Beautiful, badass, and out for blood, Maria's wrestling with her own dark secrets. The kind of secrets that call to Warrick's twisted soul. A call he knows better than to answer.
Unfortunately, the dangerously tempting undercover cop is Warrick's only ticket into the lockdown hellhole where a particularly vicious demon faction is boiling over, ready to unleash a new Armageddon on earth. If he wants them, he's going to have to take Maria with him.
But the second she gets caught in the crossfire between Warrick and the scum of eternity, well...
Hell hath no fury like a Demon Unbound.
| The Poor and The Haunted|
by Dustin McKissen
$0.00, 153 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #3 in Occult Horror
2019 New York City Big Book Award Winner - Horror
“This thought-provoking tale makes a strong argument for letting go of past pain.” –Kirkus Reviews
As a child Jimmy Lansford and his sister Kelly suffered crushing poverty, their father’s unexplained and frightening suicide, and their mother’s constant abuse and cruelty. Having grown to be a successful adult, Jimmy must contend with the sudden re-emergence of memories from his childhood in Oklahoma and unexplainable events occurring inside his own home. Is it more than memories that haunt Jimmy? Did his parents suffer from mental illness and addiction, or were they possessed by something even worse—and has that presence arrived to take Jimmy?
The first horror novel from acclaimed author and journalist Dustin McKissen explores the nature of hauntings, the ghosts from our past that haunt our present, and the unbreakable bond between siblings who learn early on they can only rely on each other.
| HEIST: A Melanie Perkiss Witch Hunter Novel|
by Kezzy Sparks
$0.00, 365 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #16 in Occult Horror
A thrilling magical mystery, with tons of humor.
A vengeful ex in Buffalo, NY hires a witch to fix her former boyfriend who is just about to wed someone else. The witch, better known in her circles as The Mage, magically removes the boyfriend’s genitals and vanishes...
The case lands in the hands of a powerful witch hunter and wizardess, Mel The Breaker Perkiss, who immediately starts a chase. She thrusts herself onto a deadly trail of treacherous black magic and malevolent beasts.
Will Mel be able to corner the elusive mage, recover the taken ‘goods’ and save a doomed marriage, while bringing the perpetrators to justice?
Very much like the television show Charmed.
Praise for HEIST
HEIST is a very humorous read, and very entertaining. It has an air of a cozy mystery feel to it… — The Avid Reader.
Ha, ha, ha! Really! This book has so much action and so many funny moments, with situations that will leave you breathless and scenes that will make you question the sanity of those characters (in a good way). — Lilly’s Book World.
HEIST by Kezzy Sparks is a fun unique read about, the magical theft of a body part...The story was entertaining, and it didn't disappoint — Book blogger.
If you are looking for a VERY unique plot full of darkness, witches, and thrilling rides, you will want to take a peek at this spooky read! — Treestand Book Reviews.
Funny, witty and filled with interesting characters, this book is a good start for a new series — Paper Safari.
| Kronos Sodom|
by Ethan Pettus
$0.00, 56 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #38 in 90-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
This Cosmic-Beatnik Horror novella was written over the course of 20 hours. Kronos Sodom is not suitable for anybody under the age of 18, or anybody with a weak stomach. You have been warned.
| Disturbance in The Darkness: A Fated Encounter|
by Ardnas Marie
$0.00, 368 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #76 in Occult Horror
Johnny, a hard working single father, has spent his life trying to forget his tragic past. That changes when he meets Cheyenne, a tortured girl encumbered by a sinister presence. Now the childhood memories that have haunted Johnny's dreams, the same memories from which he has attempted to protect his family, are being laid bare. Johnny must figure out how Cheyenne and her dark companion are connected to his past to keep his family safe.
| A Timeless Tale|
by K. L. Laettner
$0.00, 87 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #6511 in Two-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Before there was The Thrift... there was a ring.
Elouise and Gert are best friends who love browsing the thrift stores.
When Gert finds a beautiful ring, changes occur that threaten both their friendship and their lives.
As fear grows, and the imaginary becomes real, one woman will have to make the ultimate sacrifice to save them both.
A Timeless Tale will sweep you away into a world of two women who know the value of friendship, giving, and love.
| Who Knocks?: Issue #2|
by Krystal Lawrence
$0.00, 111 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Occult
Who Knocks? In this issue is a collection of finely crafted tales that celebrate the otherworldly, the ghostly, the mysterious and the strange. In addition to these entertaining and spine-tingling stories, we have an interview with horror and SF author, Holmes Russell. So sit back and prepare to be entertained...but remember, I warned you not to open the door.
| Journey to the Flame|
by Richard Monaco
$0.00, 261 pages, 3.4 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #141 in Historical Fantasy (Kindle Store)
“Captivating…” – Associated Press
In the days before the Great War, forces of light clashed against the dark order of Thule in a war of shadows.
Darkness covered the land, and the kingdom fell into the annals of time.
Inspired by H. Rider Haggard’s novel SHE, Richard Monaco weaves a tale of a young aviator who rediscovers the lost kingdom that belonged to the mystic and immortal goddess Ayesha.
He and the beautiful goddess must defend her home and its secrets from evil men, whose ideas would help found the Nazi regime.
The world may not know it, but the war has begun, and it is coming for us all.
A unique merger of historical fact and imaginative fiction, Richard Monaco’s Journey to the Flame is a gripping historical fantasy adventure.
Praise for Richard Monaco’s works:
“Captivating…” – Associated Press
“Epic scope…” – Los Angeles Sunday Times
“Monaco’s dialogue and meditations are often salty and fresh … a restless, strenuous rumination on civilization’s death and resurrection…” – Kirkus Reviews
“Worth waiting for. Often bawdy and raw…” – Publishers Weekly
“Monaco recreates the taste, touch, smell and sound of the knightly world in reality, not romance … he succeeds brilliantly…” – Library Journal
“Monaco presents dark, tormented tales … not for the weak-hearted.” – Fantasy Newsletter
“an instant classic.” – Salisbury Times
“… unbelievably talented … a literary miracle…” – Drogin Book Column
“… offers a worthy inclusion in the enduring and ever-expanding Arthurian literature.” – King Features Syndicate
Richard Monaco wrote the best-selling Parsival novels, 1977-2012, two of which were Pulitzer finalists. In addition he wrote over a dozen other books, plays, and screenplays. Monaco studied musical composition at Columbia, edited a national student newspaper and a poetry magazine, and had a radio talk show based on his textbook The Logic of Poetry. In 1979 he co-founded a NYC literary agency and the online journal, Grand Central Review, in 2015.
| Badwater: A Horror Story (The Shattered God Mythos)|
by Travis Liebert
$0.00, 35 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1 in Horror Anthologies (Kindle Store)
"I've been a search and rescue diver for twelve years. We see a lot of strange and disgusting things. But what I saw last week has me questioning both my job and reality."
There's a place in the river where not even search and rescue divers are supposed to go. It's called Badwater.
But when Joseph Albright dives into this forbidden region, he discovers something beyond comprehension.
Intent on solving a mystery as old as the earth itself, he comes into contact with forces beyond fathom.
Get this horror story and learn of the terrors that pervade our world.
| The Deadly 50/50: An Afterlife Story|
by Lara MacGregor
$0.00, 22 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #320 in 45-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
"When I passed on, they told me that they hadn’t seen a situation like mine in a thousand years. From the moment I crossed over, I was hoping to be blinded by bright light but wasn’t. Oddly, I wasn’t sucked into eternal darkness either."
A woman dies and is approached by three men from Anglo-Saxon days who inform her that she is neither good enough for heaven nor bad enough for hell. They give her a task, and if she succeeds, she can move on to better things: She must steal the keys from the gatekeeper to hell.
She takes a trip down there and discovers some interesting things about herself, and is in for a shock when she sees that the gatekeeper is her ex-lover. If she succeeds in her task, he will pay a terrible price. She is torn.
| Alternative Serving Sizes (Collections Book 3)|
by Eddie Generous
$0.00, 181 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #7882 in Occult Fiction
From the bony, thorny, gummy prizes in PELLETS, to the bloodied blacktop in DAYTONA 500, to the weird and nasty ways of the heart in TOILET MANNERS and HEARTBREAK DORMITORY, Eddie Generous, author of the monstrous adventure stories Trouble at Camp Still Waters, Radio Run, and Great Big Teeth, and the forthcoming science fiction/cosmic horror novella Plantation Pan, offers up twisted and suspenseful tales of monsters, ghosts, witchcraft, beasts, horrible people, and all the magic of the spaces between.
Alternative Serving Sizes is a collection of 43 horrific and thrilling stories set on striking huge blows with little fists. Binge read all 43 very short tales...if you dare.
| Sins of the Father (Bloody Marytown Book 1)|
by Lucie J Mansell
$0.00, 235 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #393 in Occult Horror
Responding to a call of distress from her sister, Martha Valentine returns to Marytown to discover her family in turmoil following a recent tragedy. It has been over a decade since she last entered the town, a picturesque place with a dark, twisted history and much has changed.
Not least of all Martha herself.
Two hundred years earlier, The Pact was struck - a solemn treaty between powerful supernatural entities to prevent their millennia-old war from spilling over onto the streets of Marytown once again. The beings that honour the treaty walk a fine line every time they travel through the area. A line which Martha's personal entanglements now threaten to completely tear asunder.
Regret. Revelation. Family. Obligation.
It's about to get bloody in Marytown.
| A Face At The Window|
by Alexander Steele Walton
$0.00, 35 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #859 in One-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
A collection of short stories and poems from dark nights and empty houses. Advisable to be read at night, all alone, and with all the blinds drawn. Herein lies deep space operatics, downtown detectives and otherworldly elder gods.
| The Harpist|
by M. M. Genet
$0.00, 139 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #17517 in Occult Fiction
Elizabeth O'Toole has finally gotten her life where she likes it. She plays harp for the local symphony. She shops high fashion labels at vintage stores. She'd recovered from a tragic past and she has her close friends Catherine and Alan to thank. After suppressing her extra sensory perception with intense study of her harp, she finds her music is suddenly connecting with a new audience; particularly a young girl, Emma Brady, who has been murdered. With each ghostly visit, the hauntings grow more intense and more terrifying.
Investigating the case is ruggedly handsome Detective Mike Flannery. Known for his fast thinking and bravery on the force, he has his own past and reputation he's trying to keep at bay. Coming from a rich and powerful family, he's out to prove he can fight for justice by being a good cop rather than moving up the ranks through nepotism.
Mike and Elizabeth's paths collide at Emma's funeral. The daughter of a Senator, the family wishes the investigation done quickly and quietly. Mike can't close the case because some of the pieces just don't fit together. Elizabeth holds the key to the murder mystery but will he believe her and her unusual connection to the dead victim? Will she and Alan find a way to help the dead tell their own stories?
A novel that spans two worlds. Two time periods. One part science fiction. One part paranormal mystery. All romance.
Intertwined is a love story of the most unlikely couple.
A killer is on the loose and both of them are on the hit list. If they work together, Mike just might solve the case before more people fall victim. But he can't do it alone. He'll need the help of Elizabeth as she connects her living world to that of the dead. She'll need Mikes protection and he'll need to talent and bravery of The Harpist.
| Ghost Stories: A Mystery Short Story|
by JJ Malsingh
$0.00, 9 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #3487 in 15-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
An apprentice is just getting the hang of his new job, when he hears a terrifying rumour about his new boss and the mysterious disappearance of his wife.
In this short story we follow an apprentice as he starts working for a gloomy old gardener. He finds the old man is more interested in making him suffer than teaching him anything, but he battles on, determined to show his worth. However when he hears a vicious local rumour about the disappearance of the gardener's wife, he becomes convinced there is more to the man's bitterness than meets the eye.
In his search for the truth the apprentice discovers there are scarier things in this world than ghosts and murderers.
| The Key of Andromeda|
by Pedro Elias
$0.00, 258 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Occult
After the discovery, in Egypt, of the City of Gods, Isabel, an archeologist, sets off in search for another quest, this time of inner nature, traveling through different places on the planet. In this pilgrimage a secret will be revealed based on a sacred Key. The Key that will release the power to save the world. Throughout the memories of her past lives, which take her from Atlantis to Egypt, passing through the Inca Empire, Isabel begins a journey through the paths of her own Soul. From Mount Shasta in the United States to Roncador Mountain in Brasil, from Uritorco Hill in Argentina to Machu Picchu in Peru, Isabel reunites with herself, finishing this pilgrimage in the Heart of the World. There, the three stones of the Grail will be reunited once again, and the most hidden secret will be revealed!
| Finite (Horsemen Book 1)|
by Rigel Sirius Wagner
$0.00, 271 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Occult
They say that death is infinite. It's the eternal end, the great beyond, but no one ever said that the rules were clear. When 18 year old Maggie Hill is murdered in cold blood on one snowy December evening, she has but one desire: to find her killer and make the toll even, but what happens when the pieces fall in and it comes to be known that the death of Maggie's mother may have had a hand in her own murder? Maggie may be in over her head, and even Death himself has never seen anything like it.
by Cody McMillan
$0.00, 69 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Occult
Jacksonville is a story about an USAF Captain, who doesn't believe in the supernatural. In 1995, during Halloween, while he's on a leave, he receives a call of duty. He is ordered to fly to Iraq, but, his trip takes a sinister turn when his plane crashes in the supposedly haunted Jacksonville county. He comes across a spirit of a little girl, which makes him believe in the supernatural. This innocent spirit tries to warn him about something much more evil lurking in the woods and also tries to help him solve the mystery of a family, the family responsible for the evil entity lurking in the darkness. Will he make it out alive? Will he ever see his friends and family again?
| The Death of Caroline Byrne: Blood money feeds the Outlaw Gang (The Kings Cross Sting Book 30)|
by Jennifer Stone
$0.00, 715 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #28 in Legal Thrillers (Kindle Store)
Caroline Byrne was a model who I believe knew too much. Caroline's death at "The Gap" has been a mystery for many. We take the evidence and unravel the mystery looking at the evidence with eyes wide open. Caroline Byrne lived just around the corner from the brothel in Kings Cross where we ask the Police for the search warrant to expose if this was allegedly a Contract for murder.
| SICK Part II: A tale of psychological horror (The Sick Series Book 2)|
by Christa Wojciechowski
$0.00, 107 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #193 in Horror (Kindle Store)
The secret is out. Susan knows, but she does not know how she feels about the shocking truth. John, her husband, senses he must finally come clean and tell all. So begins his terrible story of childhood neglect, fantasy-fulfillment and addiction.
Susan and John Branch have been living an artfully constructed lie for years, but now, the truth is out. Susan has devoted her life to caring for her debilitated yet brilliantly-mind husband John, and she cannot understand how he could betray her trust. She is conflicted between desire, rage and tremendous guilt for the part she played in this scheme. John, perceiving Susan slipping away from him, makes the decision to come clean, and begins to narrate his terrible, warped history.
Whereas the first book of the SICK series took the perspective of Susan, this second book delves into the labyrinthine mind of John Branch as he weaves his sordid tale of a childhood without compassion and his fall into malediction. Sophisticated, gripping, and poetic, this second installment takes you deep into the heart of the Branch’s story, and what it truly means to be sick.
| The Fallen Angel Hunters|
by David Welch
$0.00, 464 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #7210 in War & Military Action Fiction (Books)
After the War in Heaven, the fallen were cast out and bound to Hell…until they found ways to escape. Determined to continue the war, they and their demon offspring have set their sights on human beings. Armed with the ability to directly influence a person’s emotions and driven by an unquenchable hatred, they are determined to prove God wrong by corrupting, controlling, debasing and destroying his favorite creations. And they’ve gotten very good at it.
But the Man Upstairs isn’t about to turn his back on mankind, not without sending in a ringer of His own. When the archangel Michael descends to Earth in human form, he teams up with disgraced cop Ryker Lange, a man who values doing what is right far more than he ever did the law. Joining them is Icelandic immigrant Vig Ivarsdottir, a failed actress turned waitress who herself has been a victim of a fallen angel’s designs. They’re an odd bunch, no doubt, but sometimes an odd bunch is exactly what you need. Together they’re taking the fight to the fallen and their bestial demon children, running them down one-by-one to keep the world safe. And when the worst of the worst begins plotting a return—well, they’ll just have to take the fight to him too, however great the cost may be…
| From Cellar to Throne: Zen's Quest for Immortality 28: Getting The Illusion Points Effortlessly (Tempered into a Martial Master: A Cultivation Series)|
by Mobo Reader
$0.00, 374 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #2 in Asian Myth & Legend eBooks
All the martial artists wanted was to earn a spot in history.
Some blended in the crowd, and some didn’t. Some worked their way to the top and some became nothing but heaps of dust on the ground. Some were born into riches and jewels, and some were born with nothing but a strong mind and a great talent, like Zen Luo.
However, when he saw just how unfair the world was, he couldn’t stay put and set out on a journey towards greatness, with only two goals in mind: To witness the world from the very peak of martial arts and to provide a safe and happy future to the people he cared about.
| Grave Maker : Suspense/Horror/Thriller|
by John Meany
$0.00, 399 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #39 in Horror Suspense
Murderers rarely advertise who they are, or how many people they have killed, or how they have no remorse whatsoever walking through their day-to-day lives with blood on their hands.
This story is about one of those cunning killers, a ruthless taker of lives and an unsuspecting teenage guy who is lured into her deceitful web.
Recent high school graduate and amateur surfer Jeff Dean is enjoying the easy life. He lives in a beautiful home on the Jersey Shore, has zero bills to pay. However, when his mother kicks him out of the house on his eighteenth birthday for misbehaving, his peaceful standard of living is ruined
Several weeks later when Jeff, broke and homeless, meets a gorgeous older woman in New York City, she gives him a place to stay and the two eventually become lovers.
Soon though, with his sex hormones raging out of control, it becomes apparent to Jeff that his new girlfriend, an aspiring fashion designer, is leading a secret life, his new girlfriend confesses that she has a shady past. Against his better judgment, Jeff becomes a part of that same deadly world. And before long the couple are forced to go on the run across the United States, before the FBI has a chance to apprehend them for the senseless murders of more than a half dozen innocent people.
| Goat's Head|
by Brian Lupo
$0.00, 264 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #768 in Horror (Kindle Store)
There are worse things than the Ones Who Dwell in the Dark…Vince Marino is a dispirited sixteen-year-old, who is afflicted with anxiety panic disorder and an excessive fear of the dark. In his mind, he has nowhere else to turn but suicide. His one and only friend, Melissa, suggests he try hypnotherapy, which helped her deal with depression after her father’s death. Desperate, Vince agrees.
In his first session, Vince recounts a terrifying experience he had three years earlier at Goat’s Head, a local haunt in his small hometown of Yucaipa. He and his then best friends, Jarrod and Ethan, went to retrieve a goat’s skull that was said to hang on a barn owned by a presumed dead cult leader, Blackie Wilson. Here he encounters the Ones Who Dwell in the Dark.
When Bruce McGrail, Vince’s hypnotherapist, returns home that evening from work, he finds his house has been broken into by an unwelcomed visitor. A visitor that won’t stay away. Bruce and his family’s nightmare begins as they start to realize that there might be a connection between what now stalks them and Vince’s encounter with the Ones Who Dwell in the Dark.
| The Shadow Demon|
by Thomas A. Bradley
$0.00, 597 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #6004 in Native American Literature (Books)
It's loose ….. And it's angry!
Tasked with the guardianship of tribal legends, Theo Coyote must find a way to defeat a demon of the ancient world.
But how do you fight something that can take any form it wants and then vanish on the air?
To win, Theo must force himself to make peace with his estranged cousin, Martin Quarter-Moon, a ne'er-do-well and former professor of Native American Anthropology.
Can they hold their tenuous relationship together long enough to step back in time and embrace the old ways of a lost culture and find the one person who holds the key – the medicine man?
In an all-out race against time, the merging of past and present could be the deciding factor.
If you enjoy good suspense and are fans of Dean Koontz, Robert McCammon, Graham Masterton, and Richard Matheson you don't want to pass this up.
Get it now
| Back Roads: A Short Story|
by Joshua Scribner
$0.00, 7 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #1317 in 15-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Something has come out in the night, and it's waiting down the road.
| Electric Angel|
by Sue Dent
$0.00, 196 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #464 in Horror (Kindle Store)
"Because of her cancer, Anna Chadwick wouldn't live long
enough to carry her twin infants to term. Yet she wanted
nothing more than for them to have a chance at living.
Learning one would be stillborn didn't lessen her desire.
It would take a miracle....so she prayed for one.
When an electrical entity arrives to take the place of her
stillborn, some would reflect that prayers aren't always
answered the way we'd expect them to be."
Sue Dent's novel Electric Angel is a high voltage read, amped up with believable characters struggling in a unique plot. You likely won't read a novel like this one. Dent is an excellent wordsmith, her ideas original, and her work both entertaining and insightful. Definitely an up-and-coming author.
Nancy Kilpatrick Writer - The Power of the Blood trilogy Editor - Danse Macabre: Close Encounters With the Reaper
"Simply Brilliant. Sue has produced another page turner and truly original concept and I am very excited for her next book."
Maryann Boo reviewer for the British Fantasy Society
"There were several parts that had me nearly giving myself paper-cuts to turn the page fast enough . . . I thoroughly enjoyed this story."
Open Book Society
"Sue Dent's storytelling was vivid . . . I truly could not put this book down once I started reading!"
Char Hardin Horror reviewer and Podcast host of Charred Remains on BlogTalkRadio
"High Voltage Horror and Suspense Coursing Throughout 'Electric Angel' by Sue Dent"
Target Audience Magazine
| The Fin Series: Double feature|
by Matthew Danza
$0.00, 416 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #331 in Coming of Age Fiction (Kindle Store)
The Fin Series Double Feature
The Fin: Fate, is only waist deep
Lee Kager, her twin brother James, their best friend Adam and their father have been shipwrecked on a sandbar near the shores of Horseshoe Island. Stranded several miles from the local shore with no means of communication and the ocean’s tide rising fast, the only thing standing between them and the shore is a shark with an appetite for human flesh. Join their quest for survival as they fight their way to shore. Inspired by the blockbuster hit, Jaws. Read the book before you go swimming, and know that fate, is only waist deep.
Matthew Danza © 2015 All Rights Reserved
The Finn: Revenge will Surface
Join Lee Kager as her world literally sinks around her on her quest for revenge against the bloodthirsty shark that still stalks her island a year after the attack. Driven by will for her loved ones she lost that day and fighting her sanity as she slowly sinks into madness. Her biggest struggle will be a choice between walking away and endangering those she still holds dear. They say dig two graves when on a quest for vengeance, however, the ocean holds no graves and like anything else, revenge will surface.
Matthew Danza © 2016 All Rights Reserved
The story continues in Full Moon Knights.
| Tiamat's Revenge: A LITrpg Harem Adventure! (Blackest Night Book 1)|
by Jack Crosby
$0.00, 197 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #5931 in Dark Fantasy Horror
**The following book is rated mature for adult situations including the main character getting it on with a good many fine and sexy ladies, outlandish quests that serve little purpose, those foxy ladies having big boobs and sass, an antagonist that is so cliched it hurts, and yes, those beautiful and gorgeous ladies being willing to please our main character with a wink and a thumbs up. If this sounds like something you’d hate, you probably will. Reader discretion is advised.
Welcome to Blackest Night I: Tiamat’s Revenge! In this turn based style LITrpg adventure, we discover the world of Alfheim and all the great many secrets it holds. Are you ready to undertake a quest across four continents in the attempt to take revenge on General Victor and reclaim the world?
Prince Dante, the last prince of Skylonus, harbors a deep hatred for Gibraltar for destroying his home land. As he ventures around the world of Alfheim, he gathers a group of loyal friends to help him take his revenge. With the sexy ninja Kira, the furry bearcat Rico, and the mysterious and beautiful Alyssa at his side, Dante is sure to succeed!
Or is he?
Will Dante need to learn the truth about Skylonus and harness the raw power of the devil dragon (and sexy hot babe in her own right) Tiamat to fulfill his destiny? Or will Gibraltar, led by General Victor, prove too much to overcome?
Blackest Night I is the first in a series of stand-alone stories that will tie together a number of elements and ideas as each new tale comes to life. You can enjoy this story without worry of when a sequel will come out.
| Cannibal Holidays: The Beginning|
by Ralph D. Chains
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #200 in Horror (Kindle Store)
Germany's hardcore author number 1!
At the low point of his life, Peter Logan discovers the ad: “Travel with us to experience the last cannibals.” It turns out to be a wild trip with a group of fetishists whose biggest desire is to be reduced to meat by cannibals. Once in the jungle, the cruel reality surpasses their most perverse fantasies by far. Sex, drugs, and violence fascinate Peter, and he experiences a journey that goes beyond any limits and answers the question of what remains at the end of life. Not an immortal soul, but only bones and cannibal excrements.
| Midnight Drearies Vol. 1|
by Tom Balko
$0.00, 286 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #95 in Single Authors Short Stories
Six interlinking stories set the stage for their shared world that has an impending destiny with a darkness. Within these Midnight Drearies, dread and terror take many forms: an impossible door that cannot possibly be; a haunted attraction that proves more frightening than its already illustrious reputation; an isolated ice fishing trip with an unexpected visitor; a mother whose demons may be more literal than figurative; a twisted time machine that runs on human blood; and a jilted lover who takes his revenge on the woman who stole his heart. Reader beware, the only things more shocking than the horrors of these stories are their twisted endings!
| True Horror Storys: Scary Stories To Read At Night|
by SU Border
$0.00, 144 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #6 in Children's Scary Stories
There's no other way to say this: You'd better get some toilet paper, because you're about to get the crap scared out of you.Turn off the lights and prepare to be scared by these terrifying and unsettling true stories.When I think about telling ghost stories, I think about sitting around a campfire, roasting marshmallows, telling spooky tales with a torch under my chin before retiring to my tent for the night. Despite the fact that that isn’t an activity I’ve ever taken part in, ever, it just feels like the perfect way to share a scary story, especially with the sounds of the forest rustling around you and the stars overhead. Well, even if you’re not in the forest, telling short ghost stories is a brilliant way to pass the time, so we’ve rounded up some of the very best ghost stories for adults from around the internet that are sure to give you a fright. Pass the marshmallows!
| The Jake Matthews Saga: Ascension|
by Josiah Akhtab
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #63 in Dark Fantasy Horror
As a super-intelligent organism with little to no challenges or excitement in life, Jake Matthews is bored out of his mind. Speaking of his mind, it drives him insane. So insane, that it manifested a dark side that’s haunted him since his childhood. Also, his best friend, Thalia, moved back to her home country and she’s been racing through his mind ever since. With no purpose, nothing to motivate him, and the relative peace and quiet that surrounds him, Jake has developed himself into a sociopath.
One night, while going about his listless existence, he is dragged away to another dimension to a planet known as Figueroa. On this planet, he meets The White Figure General, X-Otropolis, who tells Jake he’s been chosen to stop The Great Figueroan War and defeat The Black Figure. Understanding what going on, but not really comprehending the ramifications, Jake blows if off and continues his listless life.
The next day, he is dragged back to Figueroa again where he is forced to lean swordplay and develop his might as well as his already overdeveloped mind to save a planet that is more connected to Earth than he thinks as The Great Figueroan War spreads across dimensions, where Jake not only has to save two worlds, but must enlist help from unlikely allies including Thalia, the girl he thought was lost to him forever.
| God Given Book One|
by Odette C. Bell
$0.00, 146 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #798 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy (Kindle Store)
“Every god will hunt you. They will not stop. There will be nowhere safe on the face of this planet. From now until the day you die, you will have to run.”
Those were the words that started everything. Casey was once normal – now she’s the most important piece in a game for the world.
She’s dragged into the realm of gods. It is violent, it’s tortured, and at its heart is a man she’s never been able to forget.
God Given is a complete five-book action-packed urban fantasy. It’s sure to please fans of Odette C. Bell’s Gods no More.
| Tales From Archeleon's Willow 3: Itward Doom's First Case|
$0.00, 65 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #302 in Dark Fantasy Horror
A haunted house has been causing trouble ever since the family who built it disappeared one night. But worry not! For coming to save the day is none other than the one and only Itward Lee Doom! He and his friends will explore this catastrophe and solve the mystery!
WARNING: This series deals with swear words, sex, murder, rape, addiction, phobias, and many more subjects that are for mature audiences. Make sure you can handle these subjects before reading, thank you and enjoy. -Creator
| The Butcher of Renheim (The Revna Chronicles Book 1)|
by Thomas Reynolds
$0.00, 76 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #228 in Gaslamp Fantasy (Books)
The world of Revna is filled with corruption and strife. Casting magic is taboo, and black magic is punishable by death. However, chemistry, a science that rivals magic in many ways, has risen as the world's guiding light to prosperity. A few years ago, In the nation of Lovria, A plague spread amongst its citizens, which mutated them into monsters reminiscent of the vampires and werewolves of legend. These infected people were no charming nobles, instead transforming into ravenous, feral beasts over time. Fortunately, after four years of quarantine, euthanasia, and mass hysteria, a treatment was developed for the plague, allowing the infected to retain their minds… But not before a fateful event known as The Culling; The mass euthenasia of the infected, occurred. The year is now 1830. The Holy Lovrian Inquisition serves as the nation’s domestic military, worshiping a god that they call “The One”. in reality, they protect the prosperous while leaving the destitute and infected to suffer in slums, also hunting down those born with the ability to sling spells. Arthur Holbrick is one such inquisitor, but he is different from the rest, His options having been to either join up or starve on the streets. He desperately tries to bring aid to his former home in the city slums; The Lower Quarter. Seeming to be stepped on at every turn, Arthur has become somewhat hopeless, nervous, and timid. But when a mangled body is found in the lower quarter, Arthur must face his fears to not only find the killer, but fight against those who want him dead
| Ghost stories for children: 24 scary stories (Scary stories to tell in the dark)|
by Flowers B
$0.00, 113 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1021 in Horror (Kindle Store)
Collection of 24 scary short stories, maybe you will get wet pants!
| Maria's Photograph: Look out! she's always watching you! (Strange tales from Norfolk)|
by Samuel J White
$0.00, 150 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #34 in Horror Comedy
After being widowed in the second world war, Young School teacher Judith moves to start a new life in a remote Norfolk village. Finding herself alone in her remote cottage for long evenings she often finds herself talking to an old photograph of a young girl which came with the house. When the girl begins to haunt her dreams Judith becomes involved in a terrifying and jumpy ghost story.
| The Book of Apparitions: Short Story Collection|
by Nick Adigu Burke
$0.00, 286 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #5854 in Ghost Fiction
In his first collection of award winning short stories, Nick Adigu Burke has delivered seventeen chilling tales, dripping with suspense and wonder. Readers will join Adigu Burke in a journey through the darkest of ages, taking in sights, sounds and smells that will forever remain.Will you survive the witchcraft of 17th Century, England? Or will you succumb to the drawn daggers and squalor of Victorian London? Will you outrun the Devil? Or will the ghosts, demons and crazies drag you to Hell?Be warned, if you should partake in this journey, do not ask grandpa about his infamous jambalaya, and do not trust the Cardinal von Greifswald. Do not venture into Alaska's icy wilderness, and do not listen to the voices in the rain. You may well survive all of this, but I cannot guarantee you will ever be the same again..This short horror story collection contains:
1. The Only Ghost in the World
2. Madame Zazou
3. Many a Silent Wish
4. What Bubbles Beneath?
5. The Antique Collector
6. The Olde Bookshop
7. The Birth of the Beast
8. Then there was Light
9. Dead Man Mallo
10. Beyond the Bering Door
11. The Fall of Cardinal von Greifswald
12. The Saharan Deal
13. The Last Killing Field
14. Bunker 78
15. Moyo Mukamba
16. Sisters' of the Solstice
17. Forever Winter
| You Had No Right: A Paranormal Thriller|
by Jacqueline Lopez
$0.00, 365 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #2194 in Horror Suspense
A paranormal thriller about three friends who learn the hard way not to take things that don't belong to them. In the wintry days of Houston when Jose comes up with an evil plan that includes his two friends, Danny and Berry, they discover that it's best not to do wrong onto others. When their plan fails, they discover quickly that something dark and sinister has latched onto them. Something they're having a hard time getting rid of. The question they can't stop asking is, what is this dark entity? Is it karma, a curse or something darker from another world? Most importantly how are they going to get rid of something they don't even comprehend.
| Open Up a Can of Whoop Ass (Land of Fright Book 63)|
by Jack O'Donnell
$0.00, 50 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #275 in 90-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
A desperately thirsty homeless man opens up a mysterious beverage and is amazed to discover what comes out of the can. Those who have abused him had better beware…
Open Up a Can of Whoop Ass is the sixty-third short story in the Land of Fright™ series of weird tales. The Land of Fright™ series is intended for mature audiences.
Open Up a Can of Whoop Ass is one of the ten stories included in Land of Fright™ - Collection VII.
Look for the Land of Fright™ Collections!
Look for Land of Fright™ - Collection I, Land of Fright™ - Collection II, Land of Fright™ - Collection III, Land of Fright™ - Collection IV, Land of Fright™ - Collection V, Land of Fright™ - Collection VI, Land of Fright™ - Collection VII, Land of Fright™ - Mega Collection 1, and Land of Fright™ - Mega Collection 2. These collections contain numerous Land of Fright™ stories gathered together in convenient volumes. The regular Collections contain 10 stories each, and the Mega Collections contain 25 stories each.
| Too Young To Die|
by Teena Underwood
$0.00, 9 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1521 in 15-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
The mind is a powerful tool. When it is given direction it can accomplish much. When it is left to its own unabridged thoughts it can create moments of happiness and pleasure, or unbridled anxiety and fear. Given nothing but a limited amount of input from the other senses the mind will fabricate its own existence in the present, and create a future that could be, but never known. It can even alter the past as we remember it.
A young lady awakens to realize that she has been buried alive. Or, has she? Her thoughts are a jumbled mess. Confusion reigns supreme, knowing only that she will never see daylight again. Her mind begins to overtake her sense of physical life. She takes a trip through the stages of confusion, fear, depression, loss of hope, and more, only to be replaced with utmost joy when she hears her saviors coming for her.
Will they be in time?
| The Cult of Aamon: (Volume One)|
by Blake Brown
$0.00, 174 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #42651 in Short Stories (Books)
The Cult of Aamon: Volume One is a collection of five interconnecting horror stories that all loosely revolve around the awakening of a demon king and his rebirth into the mortal world.
In They’re Laughing in the Fog- A bus filled with high school students and a detective transporting a young woman and her son, who happen to have a mysterious and violent past, wreck outside of a fog filled town. As the survivors of the wreck start getting picked off one by one, those that remain start to realize that something unbelievably sinister is going on, and that somehow the young boy is at the center of it.
In Porphyria- A young girl with an extremely rare illness spends her life indoors, never able to see the light of day or feel the sun on her skin. After falling in love with a boy on the internet, she’s no longer able to control her more carnal desires and the strange urges that have been building inside of her. When she leaves her house during the cover of night, violence ensues.
In Duality of Man- Jonas gets to experience being on both ends of a violent home invasion, having to decide which he would rather be, the criminal or the victim.
In A Sibling’s Peril- Ian spends time at home with his family. The more he interacts with his family, however, the more he realizes something is off, that they aren’t exactly… Right. He starts to realize that one member of his family is missing and that the others will cover up the truth no matter what the cost. Even if it means imprisoning Ian in his home.
In Virtual Therapy- Jim is a mental patient in a psychiatric hospital for the criminally insane. He has no memory of his life before the hospital, or even his life in the hospital for that matter. When he is offered the chance to try out a new and state of the art virtual reality system that is supposed to be able to access his suppressed memories and help him relive the events of his past, his doctor advises him to take part in the experimental treatment. Once Jim’s consciousness is transported into the virtual world, however, he is forced to live through horrific, nightmare versions of his already violent and tragic past.
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| The Warrior and the Thief: A Sword and Sorcery Adventure Tale|
by Christopher B. Owen
$0.00, 114 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #16966 in Dark Fantasy
When a small but nimble apprentice thief gets mixed up in a caper involving the high royal court, he finds his life on the line. With both swordsmen and a sly, powerful sorceress on his tail—and his friends failing him left and right—he seems to have nowhere to turn. But an ancient power contained within the very relic that he stole just might prove to be his salvation, or his greatest doom. The Warrior and the Thief is a tale filled with swordplay, sorcery and sly thievery, eldritch curses and legends from a distant past come to life, all set against the background of a sprawling enchanted forest and a grim and cruel medieval city.
| Who wants to live forever?: Immoral Immortals|
by Mark Lopez
$0.00, 65 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #9649 in Dark Fantasy Horror
Who controls those in power?
The world has become intense since the inception of a formula a young man named James and his scientist friend Rick had invented. The problem was that it helps people live seemingly forever and the world was spinning out of control because of the overpopulation problem.
The government begins to take drastic actions leading to billions of deaths around the world.
Can this problem of overpopulation be controlled before it becomes the end as we know it?
Find out in Immoral Immortals
This book is second in a series, get the FULL story today!
by John Terrell Jackson Jr
$0.00, 287 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #69 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
Corporal Alabama Fear is a US Marine fighting on the frontlines of an apocalyptic America ravaged in war, and after the enemy captures him and his Marine brother, they are rendered specimen, undergoing horrific experimentations.
Two weeks later, Alabama awakens in the heart of an enemy compound with no recollection of the experiments, but the mangled, dismembered corpses of his comrades and enemies surround him, and around every gore-swamped corridor a blood-ravenous, demoniac mutation hungers for his flesh and blood. However, determined to find his brother amidst the damnation and win the war, Alabama’s primal fear transcends into an indomitable rage. Donning his herculean strength, Alabama battles through the hordes of sadistic abominations in a wrath of genocidal retribution, bathing in the blood and entrails of his opposition as he obeys the voice in his head that screams KILL! KILL! KILL!
| THE HAUNTED MOOR: The Mist Hides A Dark Secret|
by David Mcillorum
$0.00, 255 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1496 in Horror (Kindle Store)
A holiday in Cornwall was just what Maddie needed. When her old-school friend Jodie suggests a short hiking trip around Bodmin Moor during Maddie’s summer break from university, she jumps at the chance to revisit the county of her childhood and recharge her batteries. But they hadn’t counted on the moors changeable weather or the seemingly innocent warning from the strange old lady Maddie met on the train journey to Cornwall where she planned to meet up with her friend. But the moor holds a dark secret, lurking in the shadows and watching the outsiders arrive like they did every summer, waiting patiently for the right one to come along.
| Thaumaturge: The devil inside me & other tales|
by Cody Badders
$0.00, 67 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #42091 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy (Kindle Store)
Thomas Cassidy is a paranormal detective living in the dirty south. With the help of his lycanthropic assistant, he serves as a detective for anyone with strange problems.
by Rob Shepherd
$0.00, 21 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #434 in Single Authors Short Stories
How far would you go to have the perfect show garden?
| His Reality: Books One and Two|
by Dakota Matos
$0.00, 145 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #556 in Horror (Kindle Store)
***PLEASE IGNORE THE FORMATTING ERRORS. I DO NOT KNOW WHAT KINDLE IS THINKING***
We all experience psychosis throughout our lives. This mainly consists of dreams, and we are able to dissect the fantasy from the reality. When it comes to Michael Nuth, are his visions just a result of psychosis? If they are not, is there a more sinister force at work? This book contains both novellas in the tale. REVISED EDITION COMING SOON.
| Asylum (ifrit diaries Book 2)|
by Ugur Peksen
$0.00, 74 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #38 in Children's Scary Stories
Those little things came into the dorm one by one and surrounded my bed. They were watching me. They were so close. Then came the ‘Shadow’. Its growl was shaking me inside. I can’t describe it since I was locked in two scary eyes. The hisses of the little shadows were echoing in my ears and the horror was overwhelming. In the end, that little scary girl came. My God, let this be a dream!
| His Reality: A Novella. Book Two|
by Dakota Matos
$0.00, 75 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #295 in Two-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
***PLEASE IGNORE THE FORMATTING ERRORS. I DO NOT KNOW WHAT KINDLE IS THINKING***
The second part of "His Reality." Is Michael's life still revolved around visions? REVISED EDITION COMING SOON.
| Beyond The Veil: Tales from the Other Side of Darkness|
by Terrel Bingham
$0.00, 184 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #30 in Horror Anthologies (Kindle Store)
A series of short stories and Free range poetry having to do with things of an evil and terrifying nature.
From government shadow agencies to other worldly gardeners. this book will keep you up at night.
| The Box|
by Anna Ryan
$0.00, 4 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #2152 in 15-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
When the lights go out and everything is still, there is eeriness in the atmosphere; something’s off kilter; something’s not right.
Did you remember to lock The Box? Will whatever or whoever lies within The Box finally escape?
| Night of the Green Devil|
by Christopher B. Owen
$0.00, 51 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #10084 in Coming of Age Fantasy eBooks
For thirty years, Rusher John has lived with a curse.
Tricked into a deal with a devil, John is cursed with immortality and invulnerability. While seemingly a desirable thing, this power comes with a price, and that price is pain. Pain—Rusher John’s world is filled with it—from old battle wounds to the loss of everyone he has ever loved, John’s life is ruled by pain, and because of his curse, he is doomed to live out each day with it.
But tonight, on the anniversary of John’s so called ‘deal,’ the demonic being who caused the whole matter has returned, and this ‘Green Devil’ brings with him an offer to end John’s pain. But like all things of this sort, it comes with a price....
| Die Before My Wake: Chapter Two|
by Karmen Rawlston
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Horror
Karmen Louise Rawlston is a spotted hyena and renowned African author, poet, novelist, lyricist and songwriter currently residing within the quiet Maryland suburb of Columbia in Howard County. Born July 1st of 1996 to parents Karen Ellezar Day and Darryl Solomon, she has since forever atoned to the diehard philosophy of working hard as a stone mason to achieve her dreams of big success, and is driven by her executive producer husband and young school aged daughter, Zalika, soon to be preceded by a sister, Zuri in December of this year.
| Die Before My Wake: Chapter One|
by Karmen Rawlston
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Horror
Karmen Louise Rawlston is a spotted hyena and renowned African author, poet, novelist, lyricist and songwriter currently residing within the quiet Maryland suburb of Columbia in Howard County. Born July 1st of 1996 to parents Karen Ellezar Day and Darryl Solomon, she has since forever atoned to the diehard philosophy of working hard as a stone mason to achieve her dreams of big success, and is driven by her executive producer husband and young school aged daughter, Zalika, soon to be preceded by a sister, Zuri in December of this year.
| Masters Of Light: Demon Spawn (Part 1 of 4)|
by Anthony D Largie
$0.00, 38 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Horror
A long long time ago in the depts of the universe in a galaxy far away there lived a civilization of humanoid beings who were the precursors to earthlings. These beings were born genetically superb but after millions of generations, it was discovered that by the fourth cycle, all Beings of their making will become feeble creatures of enslaved by their own senses.
Trapped by their own physical structure to live shortened lives on small distant planets scattered throughout the Universe. The degeneration has already started as most Beings currently living on their planets lack the simple powers of flight, visions, and strength. Even the strongest among them only possess a fraction of the power once beheld by their ancestors.
A powerful leader named Leviathan refused to accept this destiny and decided to take drastic measures including genocide in order to preserve the strength of his kind and so civil war fought over competing ideologies. The war concluded when the most powerful warriors combined their powers with Anu, the King to call forth a great celestial power that transcended space and time. This power was became concentrated a crown of stars.
With the power of the crown of stars, the King and his army trapped Leviathan and his forces within the Dark Realm between the third and fourth frequencies. As long as the Crown of Stars remains uncorrupted Leviathan and his forces who have been transformed by the Dark Relm into Demons will remain trapped in the void of their own Relm.
But now there have been reports of dimensional rips in the atmosphere of the distant planets with a strange energy and reports of what appears to be energetic beings (dark souls) drifting through the dimensional gates. The energetic being seen to be manifesting on different planets in different forms of reptilian creatures.
The King has sent his Son and greatest warrior Marduk to check out the disturbances but the full power of these dark beings is yet to be revealed and a new war is inevitable this time between the Masters of Light and the Dark Spawn of Demons.
Read this tale as it is revealed over 4 short read episodes.
| In Pursuit of Monsters: Three Short Contemporary Horror Stories|
by G.M. Griffin
$0.00, 31 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Horror
The Bear that came in from the Cold
A twelve-year-old girl shares her life with a bear cub her father rescued one cold night in the Wilds of Alaska. As they grow side by side, their relationship becomes more tenuous. She begins to realise her father brought back much more than a cub that fateful night. Her parents oblivious and self absorbed ignore the dangers as the day of reckoning fast approaches.
In Pursuit of Monsters
A man tormented by a soul crushing childhood trauma. A man in turmoil, a man in crisis. A man that will kill or be killed to save his sanity. Lucas tracks the monster that destroyed his life while seeking help to battle the demons within. Can we ever really defeat our monsters? Follow Lucas on his journey to redemption.
A man-eater that has terrified the local community, evaded capture and death. The best tracker and hunter is brought in. A woman, rejected by the hunting community. Shunned, alone and angry, she is finally about to receive recognition for her achievements… but not in the way she would expect.
I started making these lists for my own use in 2013 when an Amazon policy change gutted all of the web sites that listed free Kindle books. Before the policy change, those sites would get some amount of compensation for directing people to the Amazon web site. After the policy change, they lost all compensation for the month if most of their referrals that month were for free books. So most of those web sites stopped listing the free books.
I use the description "newly free" for these book lists. That means I won't list a book again if I've listed it recently. There are so many books that are permanently free, or frequently free, that it makes it difficult to find "newly free" books manually looking through the Amazon search results. There are just too many repeats every day. But I have included the links to those Amazon searches on the category headers, so you can always click the link to see the full list if you'd like. My process just extracts the "newly free" books from those search results, by keeping a record of books I've listed in the past.
The lists are designed for easy navigation through the books. Clicking on the blurb of any given book will bring the next book in the list up to the top of the screen. This makes it easy to quickly go through them one-by-one. Each category header has an index of the various categories available, and also shows the number of books available in each category. Clicking on the category header itself will bring up the full Amazon search listing of free books for that category.
If you're in Canada, Germany, or the UK, clicking on the "CA" or "DE" or "UK" link in the top right hand corner of the document will change all of the book links from USA to Canada or Germany or the UK. But they may not be free there as they are in the USA. Usually, but not always.
If an author classifies their book as belonging to multiple genres (e.g. fantasy, horror), it will only be listed in the first genre that I process. I process the sub-categories of a major category first, so that the book will be listed in the more specific category.
The rating and # of reviews will be highlighted green to flag ratings above 4.5 stars with more than 50 reviews.
Horizontal bars above the blurbs may be red. You can ignore that. They're just reminders to me that I have already purchased that book.
Three ways to search for free (or Prime) books on Amazon:
Currently, there are about 90,000 free Kindle books, a thousand "Prime Reading" books, and over 1.6 million "Prime Eligible" books. With only a few exceptions, "Kindle Unlimited" means "Prime Eligible". "Prime Reading" offers unlimited loans per month, while "Prime Eligible" is just one loan per month.
From the initial search results, you can drill down into categories and use any of the left navigation bar filters.
Those same searches with a keyword:
Click on the "search" part of the "results for" line and you can change the search term to whatever you desire. Then you can continue as before and use the normal drill-down and/or filter choices.
There are two Reddit groups that regularly have free Kindle books listed:Kindle Freebies
The eReaderIQ web site is a price tracking service for Kindle books. It allows you to set up watch lists for books and authors, and then they will send you an email alert when a book reaches a certain price, or an author has a book with a price reduction.
The BookBub web site will send you email alerts with handpicked recommendations on books, for your selected genres. Some are free, others just have price reductions.
Galaxy Science Fiction was an American digest-size science fiction magazine, published from 1950 to 1980, and they are now offered free online:https://archive.org/details/galaxymagazine?sort=-date
They can be downloaded as mobi files for the Kindle as well as being read online. Used to be one of my favorite SF magazines. I almost always had one with me when I was in high school.
If you're more interested in mainstream books, check to see what options you have from your local library. Many use the Overdrive or Libby sites to loan out Kindle books. If that's not available to you, or your local library has a limited collection, the "Free Library of Philadelphia" has an extensive Overdrive collection, and an out-of-state library card is only $50 per year. Less than half the price of KU.
Project Gutenberg, founded in 1971, is an Internet archive of free public domain books, created via a volunteer effort that digitizes and archives such books. You can download the Kindle format of a book and then transfer the book to your Kindle directly using a USB cable or by emailing it to your Kindle via its Send-to-Kindle email address using your email client or something like the Amazon Send-To-Kindle tool or an eBook management tool like Calibre.
Notifications of new listings will be made in various GoodReads discussion groups (e.g. Amazon Kindle), as well as on the Reddit FreeEBOOKS group. There is also an RSS Feed.