| Zombies in Saudi Arabia|
by Andy Ibrahim
$0.00, 314 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #1,582 in Horror Comedy
Zombies in Saudi Arabia follows sisters Sara and Malak, and their two best friends who live ordinary lives in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. The girls notice a series of strange events popping up around them, followed by a warning from the military, it soon becomes clear that something is horribly wrong. Things around them fall into chaos, and the dead begin to rise – and beneath the scorching Arabian sun, they’re more dangerous than anyone could have possibly imagined. Sara and her friends soon find themselves thrust into a dangerous world filled with undead and living enemies. Teaming up with Sara’s co-worker Rakan and his cousin, the girls set out to locate their parents and seek answers. On the way, they discover the unnerving truth behind the zombies – and how Sara might be the only one who can stop them. With suspicion running rampant and nobody safe to trust, will Sara and her friends be able to uncover the secrets behind the virus? Or will Saudi Arabia – and the entire world – fall to ruin?
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| The Burn Our Houses Down Trilogy (The Burn Our Houses Down Series Book 4)|
by Kelsey D. Garmendia
$0.00, 207 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #271 in Dystopian Science Fiction
Follow Hayley and Xavier through the woods of upstate New York as they flee to Fort Ticonderoga to seek safety from the creatures in the woods. As they get closer to safety, they being to realize that humans are the least of their worries. Something not quite human is at the top of the food chain now.
| Morning Motivation Series: Fantasy and Sci Fi Short Stories for your Daily Commute|
by James Livingood
$0.00, 283 pages, 2.8 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #6 in Science Fiction Anthologies
"This was a neat story and I wish it had been longer. I hope James Livingood writes more like this one." - (Swamp Monster Voodoo) Teresa
"Once again, James Livingood brings to us a new take on an old theme" - (Floating Ink) DabOfDarkness
"Really? Magic produced on the line? Who in their right mind would think of such a thing? Well, James Livingood, of course." - (Magic Factory) A. Sines
This book contains 8 fantasy and sci fi short stories perfect for your morning commute. Each story is self contained and lasts for about 1 hr of reading.
Pale Rider - Two worlds collide in this action short story. Zombie destruction has leveled humanity. Gasoline fuel is no longer an option, but humanity must find a way to survive. In response to trying to restore our way of life, we engineer franken-monsters. Enter a world of dinosaur riders and zombie apocalypse.
Magic Factory - In a factory full of magic, some magic is bound to slip out and cause havoc. Magical industry knowledge is precious and hard to find. Even the most minor of spells require an enormous non-disclosure waiver. Magic factories are known to be high risk because of the stigma of sharing information. Unfortunately for the workers at this factory, that includes information on how to be safe.
Summer Sword - An otherworldly friendship is forged under stress and fear. Wyatt, a recently unemployed camper, is looking for an escape from responsibilities. Thunder Born is a wind esper looking to escape from those who want to murder him. Together they start something surpassing both of them.
Floating Ink - The world was cookie cutter ready for an alien invasion. Xenophen leveraged humanity’s growing into a knowledge economy. To control us, they simply needed to offer a better education.
Vampire Caving - Join a risk taking vampire as he explores why vampires exist.
Swamp Monster Voodoo - A voodoo swamp creature battles for his way of life. An explorer battles for the swamp creature's treasure.
Frankenstein IT Support - Frankenstein's monster is retrained to provide IT support. After all, if you can't find good help, why not build it?
Moonlight Motor - A fair fight doesn’t start with hunger. That will to live drives a desperate, hungry man to find solace on a train. After all, you got to keep moving to survive. The only problem is that blending in with the passengers may be worse than getting caught.
Other books by James Livingood
Lucy The Easter Bunny
Lucy The Hiking Bunny
Lucy The Pumpkin Patch Bunny
Think Like a Skinny Person Series
Think Like a Skinny Person
Think Like a Skinny Person Quotes
Other Books by James Livingood
Vampire Caving 2
Janus (Book 2 of Zombies vs Dinosaurs)
Upcoming Books by James Livingood
| Prep For Doom|
by E.R. Arroyo
$0.00, 391 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (64 reviews), #1 in Science Fiction Anthologies
From the imaginations of twenty authors of dystopian and post-apocalyptic fiction comes PREP FOR DOOM - an integrated collection of short stories that tell the tale of a single catastrophe as experienced by many characters, some of whom will cross paths.
What begins with a seemingly innocuous traffic accident soon spirals into a global pandemic. The release of Airborne Viral Hemorrhagic Fever upon New York City’s unsuspecting populace brings bloody suffering within hours, death within a day, and spreads worldwide within a month.
An online community called Prep For Doom has risen to the top of a recent doomsday preparation movement. Some have written them off as crazy while others couldn’t be more serious about the safety the preppers could provide in a global disaster. But when AVHF strikes, their preparation may not be enough to save them.
From authors Laura Albins, ER Arroyo, Amy Bartelloni, Brea Behn, Casey L. Bond, TK Carter, Kate Corcino, Harlow C. Fallon, Kelsey D. Garmendia, Caroline A. Gill, DelSheree Gladden, John Gregory Hancock, Casey Hays, Kate L. Mary, Jon Messenger, Monica Enderle Pierce, Cameo Renae, Hilary Thompson, Yvonne Ventresca, and Megan White.
| ARC (New Earth Book 1)|
by Devon C. Ford
$0.00, 268 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (45 reviews), #6 in Space Opera Science Fiction
They say that necessity is the mother of all inventions.
Amir Weatherby has the world in his hands, quite literally. When his company discovers an asteroid on a direct collision course with Earth, they decide to keep the news quiet and find a way to survive the impending apocalypse themselves. Secret projects begin with the intent of preventing the world going the same way as the dinosaurs.
Three top-secret sites are developed, each designed to hold a small pocket of the human race safe until after impact.
It just so happens that one of these sites is in space.
The former ISS is transformed intoa safe haven called the ARC, the Automated Resettlement and Repopulation Cryostation, where some of the world’s greatest scientific minds will sleep through the whole show.
But events unfold in ways that couldn’t have been predicted, and when they arrive back on Earth there is a whole new disaster waiting for them.
| No World For A Writer Vol. 2|
by Fielding Fenn
$0.00, 7 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #42 in 15-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Forest and Sterling take their adventure down from the mountains and into a nearby town. Is Forest telling the truth? Sterling is ready to find out. A new development is about to shed light on a lot of new information.
| Eternal (Religious, Post-Apocalyptic, Christian, Supernatural)|
by J.P. Ramzy
$0.00, 155 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #14 in Christian Futuristic Fiction
After Tara's husband mysteriously vanishes, she is forced to handle a difficult pregnancy alone in a post-apocalyptic world. Tara is set to make God feel her pain, but little does she know that the child is special. Part of the Game of Deception series.
| Puritannica: Britstopia Book 3|
by John Kinderton
$0.00, 193 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #184 in Science Fiction Adventure
“Please do not adjust your set. The problem is not with your screen. The problem is with your government.”
Gripped in the iron rule of an absolute monarchy, the citizens of Britannica live in fear and apathy on an endless diet of Chlorinated Fried Chicken and back-to-back episodes of I Love Libby, while the new queen plans a surveillance scheme of staggering power.
In the void left behind by Purity St. George and her followers, rebellion takes many faces, but none more unexpected and terrifying then the once treasured National Elf.
A face promising anarchy and change.
No matter what the cost.
“In this we are unwavering.
In this we are unconditional.
In this we are… Unanimous.”
PURITANNICA is the thrilling and explosive third book in the BRITSTOPIA series - a particularly British dystopia.
| World War Q|
by Andrew Macdonald
$0.00, 250 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #344 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
"World War Q" describes Discordian Duke Turner's moves and counter-moves to thwart the ultranationalist President of the United States and his invisible masters, the Illuminati, as they attempt an apocalyptic overthrow of the world through terror and nuclear brinksmanship. It is up to Turner and his team of insurgents to subvert, subdue, and survive in an increasingly hostile America.
Among the narrative,"World War Q" humorously weaves interviews and media references (even the back cover is in on the joke) with contemporary malignancies such as Q, the Proud Boys, and White Supremacy. No fascist is spared the book's ire, no fascist movement escapes the narrator's eagle eye.
| Side Effects|
by Audrey Cohen
$0.00, 313 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #544 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
Laika Tattersall is mentally ill.
In a world where the after-effects of a meteor have left humans unable to feel happiness, having a mood disorder means she’s one of few who can experience real emotions. But it’s far from a blessing. She’d give anything to live in the practical, apathetic headspace most do, alleviated only by taking synthetic happiness, or H-Adelyde.
Laika vowed to be normal, take her meds, and keep her dysfunctional brain secret when she moved across the country for college. A year later, she’s done pretty darn well. At least, until a secret society and a new black-market drug upend her predictable life and bring into question the stable society she’s come to expect. As it turns out, running from yourself isn’t so easy after all.
| It Is Finished|
by Bernard Wilkerson
$0.00, 45 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #18 in Christian Futuristic Fiction
Kieran returns home with bad news for his wife, but her news for him is worse. Two things going wrong on the same day doesn’t mean it's the end of the world, does it?
It Is Finished, a disturbing short story by Bernard Wilkerson.
| New Israel (The Hrwang Incursion Trilogy Book 3)|
by Bernard Wilkerson
$0.00, 385 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #147 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
The thrilling conclusion of the Hrwang Incursion Saga!
Winter is approaching and not only humans, but also the Hrwang, grow desperate for food. The Lord Admiral’s Adjutant, missing and presumed dead, recovers with the help of a beautiful Indian doctor and returns to the Fleet with a plan.
The Earth, renamed New Israel, has to find a way to fight back.
| BONE & LORAINE: A Bone & Loraine Novel|
by Ken Farmer
$0.00, 320 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (28 reviews), #12 in Old West History of the U.S.
If you travel to the past, then you are part of the past…and always have been.
Bone and Loraine, still trapped in the past, wed. The joint honeymoon with Sheriff Mason Flynn and his wife, Deputy US Marshal Fiona Miller Flynn takes the two couples to San Antonio where they solve a longtime mystery of a restless spirit.
Padrino, Bone's Godfather learns how to transport himself to the past to join Bone and Loraine through the same ancient portal to help thwart the Rudabaugh Gang when they hold the entire town of Jacksboro, Texas, hostage.
Einstein said that the past, present and future may all exist at the same time as part of the quantum entanglement theorem…'Spooky action at a distance'.
Could he be right? You might find out in,
Bone & Loraine
| The Eyes of Courage: An Alternate History|
by James A Fisher
$0.00, 245 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #3 in Time Travel Science Fiction
AN AMERICA THAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN.
From the beginning, The Eyes of Courage pulls you into a different North America where European colonization never happened and Native Americans thrive. This alternative history work of speculative fiction thrusts you into a fascinating world from the viewpoint of an eighteen-year-old American. In 1976, Tom Hathaway left his house in Virginia Beach to fly a plane but was hurled into a mysterious foreign land before he even left his driveway. Suddenly a “man from nowhere,” Tom wonders how he got there and why. He doesn’t even know where he is, nor if he’ll even survive. An inspiring tale of human survival and adventure, The Eyes of Courage immerses you into another timeline that could have been. It will keep you thinking and reading until its climactic ending when Tom's young cousin Golden Feather, at the tender age of seventeen, becomes the ultimate heroine of the story.
| Vampire Vendetta 2: AMBW Suspense BWAM Thriller|
by S. Hayashi
$0.00, 63 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #91 in Time Travel Science Fiction
This thrilling Sequel Finds Eva and Kenji teaming up again in another time travel tale. This time their mission takes them back to the 1980's. The world once again finds a threat in the Nephilim and one woman is determined to make sure that the Fallen angels have their day upon earth once again. Eva and Kenji In a battle against time, fight to stay alive against enemies the humans never saw coming. Old enemies and new friends make the world a scary place where hope is hard fought for.
| THE ADVENTURES OF THE PENGUIN PATA: ILUSTRATED BOOK FOR CHILDREN (Illustrated children's books)|
by VINCE MARTINEZ
$0.00, 51 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
In this illustrated book for children, you will meet the bravest royal penguin in Antarctica, on his short name Pata, but also on his friends, the Albatross, the Cormorant, the Mast and the magnificent polar bear named Cico.
| Home: Interstellar: (Hope's War)|
by Ray Strong
$0.00, 355 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (108 reviews), #5 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
To protect the ones she loves, Meriel Hope will have to face the inner demons she’s been running from, and the monsters who created them.
For Meriel, evil sounds like her mother’s scream. It smells like burning flesh and tastes of iron. It’s a slow, sticky wetness, oozing under the door. As much as she wishes it weren’t so, Meriel knows evil intimately.
In the pirate's wake, she inherited a busted ship, a traumatized sister, and a bunch of orphaned kids. But deep within Meriel lurk memories that challenge the official account of what happened. Clues that hint at an insidious conspiracy too vast and horrible to believe.
She’s threatened, gas-lighted, and drugged, but the flashbacks continue. Fighting to find a new normal, Meriel grows close to Nav Officer John, whose quiet strength gives her hope for a fresh start and sanctuary for them all.
But Meriel’s past refuses to remain buried, and her fight for justice and freedom could cost her everything she has left—her sanity included.
“... a science fiction tale that reads like a pilgrimage with a haunted and haunting female character who combines strength and grace in a way that instantly wins the reader over to her perspective and her values, her every cause.” -- Writer's Digest
“Reminiscent of Ray Bradbury, early Heinlein, or Alan Dean Foster. Characters who are realistic, not perfect...” ★★★★★ Norma Mason (Goodreads)
“Great Story! Great World Building! … engrossing and entertaining, and a plot full of twists and turns... awesome world building and character arcs…!” ★★★★★ Madhavi Ghare (Goodeads)
| Legends of AZUREIGN: Raka and Secrets|
by Joy Oestreicher
$0.00, 285 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #156 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
Rokumon Tanaka’s new pet isn’t working out. The little guy is cute, he’s inquisitive, and his little paws are really good at lockpicking. But raka are supposed to be HELPER animals…and how is being cute and curious any help to a settler? Ro intends to find out. He is determined to go to the Azureign Oracle to get an answer to that question, as well as a more personal one: How can he save his mother from her Reyes family curse?
| When She Awakes: A Short Story (Free Short Story Singles)|
by Joe Vasicek
$0.00, pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #2 in Science Fiction Anthologies
To pay her father's debt, she must offer herself as coin.
In the Pleiadean Satrapy of New Amman, women are not just slaves, or even property—they are commodity money for the wealthiest and most powerful elites. Stores of value, units of account, and a medium of exchange in the upper echelons of the interstellar caliphate, cryofrozen virgins may spend centuries under the ice—or never wake again at all.
A revolt against the caliphate's decadence is brewing, but will it come soon enough to prevent Rachel from going under the ice? Or to save her father and sister from slavery, will she take her chances that things will be better when she awakes?
| Children of Steel|
by Daniel Miniet
$0.00, 207 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #86 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
Humanity is on the verge of annihilation, an enemy dwells in the shadows, a race of zealot aliens is hell-bent on destroying the human race. All that stands in their way is a boy, centuries out of his own time. Now, he must pilot the most powerful weapon ever constructed, to keep the invaders at bay. He must train, fight, and if needs be sacrifice himself to keep humanity from facing extinction.
by Rogan Abbeyside
$0.00, 199 pages, 2.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #78 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
It’s a routine drop off after months in deep space, but Captain John Wallace isn’t feeling well. Lotus Station is just another seed colony set up by the administration and the ISS George W. Plunkitt, the ‘Plunk’, has arrived with its new colonists. Things start smoothly, but the discovery of an alien artifact on the planet leads to chain of events that will engulf everyone.
Soon the colony is at war with itself, his ship is in danger and matters spiral beyond anyone’s control. The arrival of another ship in orbit introduces them to a culture so alien that common ground seems impossible. Captain Wallace tries to navigate between the rocks and shoals of each new crisis whilst keeping his friends and crew safe.
He’s only one man, can one man make a difference?
| Side Hustle Tango (The Grand Human Empire Book 2)|
by John Wilker
$0.00, 262 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #2 in LGBTQ+ Science Fiction
The Crimson Orchid hasn’t forgotten what Jax did to them on Jebidiah.
Everywhere he and Naomi turn, bespoke suited thugs are trying to kill them.
When the Governor of Kelso station hires them to take her to a summit on the Imperial homeworld of New Terra, it’s the kind of straightforward job Jax likes.
Naomi has other ideas.
One thing leads to another and now it’s not just the Crimson Orchid that is hot on their heels, but a mysterious Imperial agent.
Can they shake two very determined groups?
| The Lost Knight II: Fealty|
by Zachary Watson
$0.00, 341 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #27 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
You would think that nearly two years on an alien world would be enough to acclimate someone... and you'd be mostly right. I could speak the languages, I could enjoy the sports, and I could find a new family. Sure, my accent was a bit rough, and some of my friends hated each other, but it was a good and stable life.
At least until politics got involved.
Now I'm just one more pawn in the interstellar games of the Far Reaches. The Queen of the Crescent wants to end her mercenary war. The Ascendancy wants to silence traitors and make inroads to Alum's economy. The Empire of the Homeworld wants both to lose.
And my noble lover wants to use all of them to advance the position of her house.
If I'm going to make it through this, it's going to take all of the skill, luck, and coordination in the world.
| A Stolen Heart: An Immortal Science Fiction in the Antonello Brothers Series|
by Kayelle Allen
$0.00, 442 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #3 in LGBTQ+ Science Fiction
When he rescues a half-human orphan, a glorified space pirate turned entrepreneur sets in motion a chain of events that threatens to topple the powerful Thieves' Guild he once led.Multiple layers of conspiracy unfold, reaching all the way to Luc's immortal ex--the king. Behind each solved mystery looms an unseen foe, undoing the good Luc accomplishes. For the sake of this child, Luc must postpone his own freedom and master his desire for revenge or he will violate an ancient vow. Worse, he'll put the toddler at risk.
At war with his compassion for the vulnerable child, loyalty to the king, duty to the Guild, and the bright lure of freedom he's coveted for centuries, Luc seeks the right path. Will he choose liberty and unparalleled success, or restore the Thieves' Guild to its former glory while overseeing the child's training?
A hard choice for any man.
For an immortal whose inner monster can destroy on sight? Impossible.
A pirate with a monstrous past can never be trusted with an innocent child. Luc must ensure the child is protected, safe, nowhere near danger. Nowhere near him. Even if this little boy has already stolen his heart...
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| The Enemy Within: U-SAM Series - Book 3|
by Rob Nesbitt
$0.00, 125 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #4,518 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
A traitor on board? Spies at every corner of the universe and an enemy intent on slaying the entire crew. The chances of survival take a nosedive as the crew of Apollo Explorer face danger from every quarter of space and the treachery of one of their own.
U-SAM and the crew of the Apollo Explorer make some astonishing discoveries as they continue their search for a utopian planet to settle on. An enemy within the ranks and some techno wizardry from a surprising new crew member builds to a huge spaceship battle with one of the most despicable female antagonists in the galaxy, Marin Dice, the female leader of the Heridion Space Pirates.
The Enemy Within is the third book in the Rob Nesbitt U-SAM sci-fi action, adventure series continuing this intriguing and exciting space opera drama. Fast paced space travel fiction, engaging characters, deadly extra-terrestrial forces and a strong female protagonist will keep you on a knife-edge in the darkest corners of the universe.
Pick up your copy of The Enemy Within to continue enjoying this exciting new space opera, science fiction series today!
| Path of Dreams: Dark Empire: Enmalex Wars Book 1 (Path of Dreams: Enmalex Wars)|
by Shane M. Smith
$0.00, 344 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #149 in Space Opera Science Fiction
After nearly three centuries of conflict, the galaxy spanning Mykentian Republic had finally been reunited and become stable. Yet, lurking in the mists of legend was an enemy that had once vanquished the galaxy, one that could return at any time. Few believed the tales told by long dead survivors, thinking none could challenge the now undisputed strength of the Republic. But then a black cloud appeared, enveloping system after system, and behind it was a fleet so vast and powerful that the Republic seemed doomed. In desperation they turned to Mark Thomason, believed by many to be the greatest leader of the Republic since it’s founder Mykentos almost a thousand years earlier. Vested with the emergency powers of the Hilt of the Sword of the Mykentian People, it would be up to him to stop the collapse and hold the Republic together. All the hopes and dreams of the galaxy would depend on the Hilt finding victory, if one could be found against the Dark Empire.
| Forgotten Stars Book One|
by Odette C. Bell
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #46 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
A new realm has awoken. A new threat has emerged. So new warriors must take the helm.
Amber is an ordinary ensign whose only claim to fame is throwing toast on the most important soldier on the station. Then everything changes. When she’s lost on an alien world and her true powers awaken, she must keep them secret from the Coalition or pay the price.
But it’ll be hard to keep her secret around the ever-watchful Commander Starsmith. When she draws his eye, he can’t look away. For deep within him, something is arising. Let it sink, and the station might survive. Let it rise, and the Coalition will never be the same again.
Tune in for the thrilling first installment in the Forgotten Stars series. Action-packed, heart-racing sci-fi, it has just the right mix of adventure, thrills, and light romance. It is sure to please fans of Odette C. Bell’s Ouroboros.
| The Concierge|
by R.P. Torkington
$0.00, 356 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #3,776 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
Abducted as a child Esme Powers was educated and brought up to serve as a concierge aboard a galaxy class vessel. However, being a first class concierge to abducted passengers has left her with a question about what happens to her guests after they disembark her vessel.
| Daughter Of Ethos: Unknown Universe Book 1|
by L.M. Lacee
$0.00, 479 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #2 in Teen & Young Adult Fiction about Pregnancy
In the year 2193, the population of Earth was approximately twenty billion people. Before a silent, relentless killer stalked the population, leaving destruction and devastation in its wake. It had only one name, ‘Virus’ and it never slept, it never faltered and it never died.
From this killer there was nowhere to hide, there were no terrorists to blame, no environmental catastrophe to point a finger at. It killed without mercy or remorse. A deadly assassin with humanity as its target. Within seven years from the first sign of the ‘Virus’ it had wiped from the Earth, 38% of the population. Within the next seven years, the ‘virus’ mutated.
Despite all the best efforts of the remaining scientists, government agencies, researchers and doctors using everything at their disposal. The ‘virus’ ravaged the world. Taking life after life until the ‘virus’ mutated once more. Eventually it killed without discrimination. There was no cure and no way to stop it. As the years passed, speculations over the cause of the ‘virus’ were many.
Militant terrorists was a favorite theory, another was a plot by beings from outer space to take over the world. The most common belief was that an environmental experiment backfired. Of course, the most likely suspects for this were covert science government agencies that were experimenting in anti-gravity and hazardous space technology. As of this writing, none of these theories were ever proved.
Twenty-one years after the first sign of the emergence of the ‘Virus’ only one billion people remain on Earth. Predominately females. In essence, if the XY chromosome is not extinct, it is on the endangered list.
When the odds are stacked against her, can she survive and keep the people who depend on her not only safe from the virus but their own government who have sold them out to a race of interstellar species!
Can one woman make a difference in this world?
She can if her name is Peyton St. Hill, daughter to the stars. Touched by the Divine and given abilities far exceeding those of a Goddess. Peyton with her sisters and thousands of women will rescue the Jenersar Warriors from servitude and together they will escape Earth and reach for the stars, somehow...
Nine planets known as Maikonia. In the language of the Stars this means. Home! Created and shielded for just over two million years Maikonia awaits the Star Daughter and all she welcomes into her heart and on to her world.
In this first installment we follow the adventures of Peyton and her sisters as well as the Jenersar Warriors in leaving Earth and traveling to Maikonia.
Honestly, what can go wrong!
| Illiam: a first contact story|
by Mel Braxton
$0.00, 65 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #2,059 in LGBTQ+ Science Fiction
While flying in uncolonized space, Elysa's starship was damaged beyond repair. Desperate, she landed on a planet.
Illiam, a sentient world, had been alone for eons but only recently learned how painful loneliness could be.
Elysa, now stranded, must learn to work with Illiam, her survival depends on it.
Illiam is a novella, 60 pages long, for fans of stories like Cast Away, The Martian, and Gravity.
by M.K McGowan
$0.00, 391 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #6,477 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
From black void of our deepest nightmares, they came into the light. They came with a single purpose, came with a new weapon, a simple weapon, one that would turn man against man.
Dr Adrian Hope was the first to discover something was wrong in the quiet Norwegian town of Røyken. To say he observed strange behaviour was an understatement. His elderly patient, crippled with brittle bones, poor eyesight and a handshake so weak she could hardly crush paper, somehow had managed to murder two people, attack several men and had the young doctor fight for his life all in a single evening.
Sadly, it would not end there. Soon the entire town would be the centre of media attention that would spread across the world. Inexplicable outbreaks of violence, murders and strange creatures lurking in the woods captivated and horrified the locals. Some tried to leave but found strict lockdown measures enforced by the Government meant everyone was now trapped in Røyken, trapped with those creatures.
Locked inside the village, not knowing whether your neighbour would turn violent or if those creatures would emerge from the darkness, the only thing to do was survive…
... anyway they could!
| The Return: A Short Taster|
by Chris Carlton
$0.00, 89 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #270 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
The instinct to explore is one of the qualities that define us as human beings.
It has propelled us across vast oceans and to every corner of every continent.
But far away from these shores, are stars and planets we could never imagine in our wildest dreams.
But these planets also have pioneers with the same instincts to explore.
These same qualities that define us also defines who they are.
| Alien Goo Upon Her|
by Lucy LaLuna
$0.00, 13 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #12 in LGBTQ+ Science Fiction
The year is 2055. Busty housewife Amy Myers is the 2nd in command of the human resistance against the Alien occupation, her cell based in Chicago. When a disgruntled former colleague turns her in to the pro-Alien authorities, she is immediately captured and imprisoned, a fact much celebrated in the media. The alien overlords demand she be turned over to them for her punishment, and the human collaborators are more than happy to comply. Amy's arousal surprises even herself when she boards the space craft, and soon finds herself the willing target of gallons of alien goo!
| Those 'Dam Obsidians (The Obsidian Odysseys)|
by C.G. Barrie
$0.00, 16 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #30 in 30-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
In the Venice of the North, a rock band like no other prepare for their latest gig, Marissa the band's feisty lead singer knows exactly where to find trouble wherever she goes. While following up on a lead to find a mysterious gold artefact she runs into the Penose, Dutch organised criminals who never take no for an answer. In this exciting sci fi adventure, can Marissa, Ruan and Henrik outwit a criminal mastermind and escape unharmed to fight another day?
| Suns of Angels|
by Dave Birchbauer
$0.00, 282 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #136 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
Some people affect the ones around them while others affect the world. Yet even the most powerful are seldom no more than a blip in the history of the Universe. Fourteen-year-old Jessie is unique as every one of her practical jokes and every ‘D’ in algebra changes the course of history. Maybe it’s because of her talent for seeing electricity in colors or maybe that talent is just a sign of her destiny. Jessie just wants to bum a ride on the world’s first anti-gravity spaceship on its maiden flight around the moon but gets more than she bargains for when they are attacked by a waiting Kan-ji fleet. Now stranded and alone on a 30-mile long super ship, it is up to Jessie to rescue her friends and escape. On her journey, a series of events transform her; a gift from the tree-like alien Chander fills her mind with knowledge of the Kan-ji and their technology and a battle with Loomius leaves her reeling with his dark and ageless memories. Yet even with knowledge beyond her years, she knows she is still just a little girl trapped on a giant alien ship with her friends’ lives depending on her.
| The Flower of Avarice|
by Kade Marshall
$0.00, 55 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > First Contact
Sometimes, conquering fear leads to the discovery of things even more horrifying.
When his childhood friends acquire a flower that appears to fall from the stars, unexplainable events begin to happen around Kilo. His friends Daniel and Jared develop an unhealthy obsession with the cosmic flower, which Daniel now keeps in his house. Convinced that the cosmic being is responsible, and that it’s preying on his friends, Kilo is thrown into a battle to save his friends’ sanity, as well as his own.
| SEVEN LITTLE GREEN MEN|
by william phiri
$0.00, 57 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #17,815 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
A chilling futuristic climate horror entitled SEVEN LITTLE GREEN MEN, is a fictional tale set on planet earth’s late twenty-first century. This book was written to try and shade light on the far-reaching consequences of climate change and global warming.It speaks about what could go wrong if humans do not wake up to the realities of the careless use of fossil fuels and other natural resources.
| City of Mirrors (Strange Doors (Weird Tales))|
by John Argo
$0.00, 35 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #4,470 in One-Hour Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Short Reads
A young adventurer and rebel named Kanon returns to Terraform City after a stretch in Hammerkill Prison. Alone, adrift on the night streets without a job or a place to live, he escapes the hideous Unmen who stalk about hunting their prey.
The unseen Authority harshly rules the city by day, while these carnivorous beings from hell (the Unmen) rule the streets at night. It is a place where (to borrow an immortal line from the Cream song In A White Room) "the shadows run from themselves."
Kanon finds refuge with a young, pretty sylph named Rin, who dwells underground amid the tombs of dead bishops. Rin lives by her wits, flitting among the shadows--but she seems to have a thing for Kanon. He, in turn, cannot resist her warmth and need, as well as her many talents and skills on the dark side of a city that seems perpetually steeped in twilight.
Together, Kanon and Rin in their quest for survival end up confronting the city's corrupt and omnipotent power structure…high up in the skyscrapers of glass and gloom whose sad windows look down upon a steamy, smoky, foggy world of uneasy dreams verging on nightmares.
Take a night train, open some strange doors, prowl the deadly streets, and find out what lurks in Terraform City when the lights grow dimmer and the Unmen come out to play (and eat). Yet it is the human predator within System Hammerkill that we must avoid all the more.
| Specter - Day of Reckoning|
by Robert Roth
$0.00, 249 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #192 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
Kai Raeber is ten years old when he discovers a special ability to become 'untouchable' to avoid being hurt by bullies. As he grows into his teens, his ability to use this talent matures, and he discovers he can also slip through walls and other obstacles, even taking others along with him. Danger threatens his community when unusual genetic experiments unleash terrifying beasts that put his schoolmates in danger during a wilderness trip. Attempting to rescue his friends, he discovers unique ways to use his talent, and also uncovers limitations which place his own life in danger, leading to the discovery of the Optigon.The Optigon, a secret organization of talented members, pursues a mysterious enemy called the Murgan, whom they have opposed for thousands of years, yet know little about. But time is running out, and if Kai cannot solve clues hidden in ancient texts that reveal the secret of the Murgan, it could spell the end of their world.
| Stranger Tides (Stranger World Book 3)|
by Jack Castle
$0.00, 259 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #1 in Amusement & Theme Park Travel
FROM BESTSELLING AUTHOR JACK CASTLE
"For nearly a decade, Jack Castle has been crafting thrilling adventures for my theme park and guiding millions of guests through them. So, it comes as no surprise his talent as a storyteller has expanded to delight readers worldwide through his Stranger World book series."
Owner of Silverwood Theme Park
(The largest Theme Park in the Northwest)
“Jack Castle-style’ is officially a thing! The lines of imagination and reality never have been so blurred as they are in the amazing yet sinister theme park so creatively envisioned by Jack Castle!”
-Joe Butler, Spokesman Review
No one really knows how the world became this way: Flying Steamships commandeered by snarky holograms, angry mechanized misfits stalking the crumbling cities in-between themed lands, and aquatic dinosaurs hunting underwater palaces in search of their next meal. Nor does anyone understand why people from different time periods keep showing up in this terrifying, upside-down world.
Teenage Maddie doesn’t care about any of those things. Her only concern is to find her parents, who are lost somewhere within this frightening, mixed up universe.
Mum, Dad… where are you?
| The Last Shifter: A Paranormal Romance Complete Series|
by Sadie Moss
$0.00, 833 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (118 reviews), #2 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction eBooks
***Complete reverse harem series ready to be devoured***
Four renegade wolf shifters. An innocent young woman trapped in a web of lies. When their fates collide, sparks will fly…
Diagnosed with a rare terminal illness, I’ve spent over half my life in the Strand Corporation’s state-of-the-art treatment facility. I keep my chin up and do everything the doctors order, praying one day I’ll walk out of here in perfect health.
But when that day finally arrives, it’s nothing like I hoped it would be. Instead, it comes in a hail of gunfire, along with four distractingly handsome men who say they’re here to rescue me.
On the run with these mysterious men and hunted by the very people I believed were my caretakers, I begin to realize nothing is what I thought it was.
Turns out, I’m not really sick.
I’m not completely human either…
The complete Last Shifter boxed set contains:
#1 Wolf Hunted
#2 Wolf Called
#3 Wolf Claimed
#4 Wolf Freed
If you love heroines with guts, hot alpha men, reverse harem romance, and edge-of-your-seat action, dive into this thrilling new series today!
| Surviving Tomorrow: A Charity Anthology|
by Bryan Schmidt
$0.00, 466 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #35 in Horror Anthologies
Surviving Tomorrow is a charity anthology of stories about everyday people living through extraordinary, history changing times. Facing societal collapse or personal tragedy, some may lose who they are, some will suffer greatly… all will find new ways of being, of surviving, or not as the case may be. There may be a zombie wedding, definitely an alien abduction, nanotech gone awry, computer geeks saving the world, and a myriad of other world-altering events. Over half of the twenty-nine stories in Surviving Tomorrow are published here for the first time. Most are short enough to be read in a few minutes’ time—perfect for a brief respite from the very real worries of our own moment in time.
If purchased through the SurvivingTomorrowAnthology.com website, you can earmark the profits for one of several charities. Available in a limited, numbered, gold-leaf embossed collector’s edition as well as hardcover, trade paperback, and ebook, Surviving Tomorrow will provide hours of enjoyment even as it contributes to a charitable cause.
Contributing authors: Claire Ashgrove, Roshni “Rush” Bhatia, Livia Blackburne, Orson Scott Card, Beth Cato, Brenda Cooper, A.C. Crispin, Cory Doctorow, Raymund Eich, Tori Eldridge, Alan Dean Foster, Julie C. Frost, Neil Gaiman, C. Stuart Hardwick, J. Kent Holloway, Jonathan Maberry, Andrew Mayne, K.D. McEntire, Seanan McGuire, Jody Lynn Nye, Kathleen O’Malley, Kristine Katherine Rusch, Bryan Thomas Schmidt, Ken Scholes, Martin L. Shoemaker, Scott Sigler, Robert Silverberg, John Skipp, Peter J. Wacks, Jay Werkheiser, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro and Mercedes M. Yardley.
| Her Silent Knight: AMBW Paranormal Romance|
by Siren Allen
$0.00, 225 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (48 reviews), #1 in Erotic Thrillers
Cursed to never speak again, Kaede Oshiro hasn’t uttered a word in decades. And then a curvy witch storms into his life and makes him moan her name. Banished to the Frostlands by his jealous cousin and his cousin’s wife, Kaede Oshiro has spent years fighting to stay alive on a frozen tundra that’s filled with creatures straight out of nightmares. Battling day after day, killing night after night has turned him into a cold-hearted shifter. His hope of returning to the mortal realm and reclaiming his title as pack alpha seems impossible. Then one day, an opportunity for him to regain his freedom arises. All he has to do is kidnap a witch and bring her to The Deciders. He thought finding the witch, Sinclair Rose, and turning her over to The Deciders would be a simple task. She proved him wrong. The moment he touched her, he experienced pain unlike anything he’d felt before. When he finally came to, he realized six things: 1. The captor had become the captive. 2. The cottage he was being held captive in was filled with Christmas decorations. 3. The witch holding him hostage was the most beautiful creature he’d ever seen. 4. When her hands were on him, he was able to speak. 5. Her presence was awaking the dormant dragon inside him. 6. He must protect this woman at all costs. However, if he chooses protecting Sinclair over completing the task assigned to him by The Deciders, he’s putting both their lives in danger. Obey The Deciders or protect a voluptuous witch who makes his dragon roar? There’s only one answer both he and his inner animal can agree on. Protect the witch. And death to any who try to harm her.
Frostlands Series - https://sirenallen.com/frostlands-series/
| The Rise of Renegade X (Renegade X, Book 1)|
by Chelsea M. Campbell
$0.00, 234 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (177 reviews), #7 in Teen & Young Adult Humorous eBooks
Sixteen-year-old Damien Locke has a plan: major in messing with people at the local supervillain university and become a professional evil genius, just like his supervillain mom. But when he discovers the shameful secret she's been hiding all these years, that the one-night stand that spawned him was actually with a superhero, everything gets messed up. His father's too moral for his own good, so when he finds out Damien exists, he actually wants him to come live with him and his goody-goody superhero family. Damien gets shipped off to stay with them in their suburban hellhole, and he has only six weeks to prove he's not a hero in any way, or else he's stuck living with them for the rest of his life, or until he turns eighteen, whichever comes first.
To get out of this mess, Damien has to survive his dad's "flying lessons" that involve throwing him off the tallest building in the city--despite his nearly debilitating fear of heights--thwarting the eccentric teen scientist who insists she's his sidekick, and keeping his supervillain girlfriend from finding out the truth. But when Damien uncovers a dastardly plot to turn all the superheroes into mindless zombie slaves, a plan hatched by his own mom, he discovers he cares about his new family more than he thought. Now he has to choose: go back to his life of villainy and let his family become zombies, or stand up to his mom and become a real hero.
| Awakened: I'm Only Dreaming of Dragons: Book 1|
by K. G. Duncan
$0.00, 296 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #5 in Teen & Young Adult Fiction about Girls & Women
Abby Rubideaux has a secret: There’s a dragon living inside of her. Her schoolmates think she’s a freak. The doctors think she’s crazy. The government wants to weaponize her. She just wishes everything could be normal, but everything is pretty far from normal. So, with a few good friends and a dragon’s crash course in how to travel through the Fold—a multiverse reality that transcends time and space—she just might be able to save humanity, one person at a time.
| Carnival Panic|
by Catori Sarmiento
$0.00, 145 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #15 in Science Fiction Adventure
Literary Titan Silver Award Winner
Kops-Fethering International Book Silver Award Winner
"Sarmiento writes beautifully, using vivid descriptions to add depth to the horrible game and add dimensions to a world that is in stark contrast to our own. Descriptions are so vivid that you can’t help but wince when a contestant gets injured. I appreciated the meticulous descriptions of what a specific arena looks like as it really made me feel like I was there."
"Each character felt distinct and easy to relate to. With simple prose, the story keeps the focus on the characters, the game, and how the two are at odds. Each chapter covers not only a specific character’s maneuverings through the game but also who they are, why they are in the game, and what they want to do should they win the money. This book is unpredictable and kept me guessing in every chapter. Catori Sarmiento has an impressive way of building up a character and then having the game pull them apart."
CANDY MAKES THE PON PON BUNNIES SWEET! Be careful if they’re angry. And watch out for traps! These are the dangers of competing in the Carnival Panic game show, a ruthless competition that tests the chosen competitors with mental and physical struggles. In order to claim the substantial monetary prize, the winner must solve a series of room puzzles and succeed in entertaining the fickle masses.
| Cyber-Knife: Apex Predator|
by Phil Wrede
$0.00, 218 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #56 in Science Fiction Adventure
The world has ended. Alien invaders - the Autonomous Resilient Nonhumans - dominate the Earth from pole to pole, and hold humanity hostage under their oversized robotic heel. The fires of dissent are swiftly stamped out, and soon, even the thought of revolution will be a death sentence. In one last, desperate act, the surviving human resistance unleashes Cyber-Knife, a fighter unlike any other.
Cyber-Knife IS the apex predator: stronger, smarter, faster, and more ruthless than any human warrior who has ever lived. With perfectly manipulated genetics, and mechanical augmentation atop them, he hits back against the ARNs, scoring crucial victories where no one had ever won before. Cyber-Knife buys humankind precious breathing room, and time to regain its footing in the war for our home.
Tonight, Cyber-Knife departs for the heart of the enemy operation: the jungles of Vietnam, rendered all but unrecognizable in the years since nuclear war shook the earth and rattled the sky. He and the freedom fighters he inspires inch closer to total victory with every fight they win, but it won't come quickly enough to save the Earth at the glacial pace with which they push the invaders back. The hopes and dreams of an entire civilization rest on the quick strike Cyber-Knife hopes to complete, tearing the head off the ARN regime and putting an end to their rule in one swift stroke.
The sun sets over the ocean. Cyber-Knife steels himself for the task at hand, and wonders. Victory means a future for humanity, but is he human any more? Was he ever?
| The Patriot’s Grill|
by Steven Day
$0.00, 326 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (45 reviews), #50 in Political Fiction
It is 2099 and America has been controlled by a brutal dictatorship for 70 years. Democracy isn’t just dead; it’s been erased from history. For Joe Carlton, bartender at The Patriot’s Grill, concepts of self-government and individual liberty are unimaginable. But then an old man, with an unbelievable story, wanders into the Grill and everything changes — for Joe and for the nation.
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| The Scarlet Hopewell Box Set: Books 1–3: The Keepers of Light, The Dragon's Burden, and The Queen of the New World|
by Brandon Charles West
$0.00, 688 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #1 in Teen & Young Adult Mythical Creatures eBooks
“The world building is superb, the writing is not overly simplistic. . . . The pace is never slow and not so fast as to feel rushed. . . . Dwarfs, magical assassins, light-wielding winged people, talking kick-a$$ animals, evil magical princes, and more.” —Amazon reviewer“A wild ride with old enemies, new friends, sacrifice and betrayal. Then just when you think you have it all sorted out everything turns on its head, almost like gravity suddenly switched and now what was once the floor is the ceiling.” —Amazon reviewerScarlet Hopewell dreams about a magical world where winged creatures sculpt with light, where dogs talk, and where Scarlet is the guest of honor in an enchanted castle under the roots of a mighty oak tree.One day her father brings home a stray pup with eerie blue eyes. Dakota is loving and smart—maybe too smart. News shows start to take an interest. Ominous storms have everyone on edge. Scarlet’s dream world keeps getting darker and more vivid.When one night three beautiful, sinister, silver-voiced men blow the front door of its hinges one night, Dakota leads the Hopewells in their escape through the winter woods—right into the world of Scarlet’s dreams. A five-volume epic in the classic fantasy tradition that runs from Narnia and the Lord of the Rings through Harry Potter, with a strong female protagonist and a rich cast of characters, the Scarlet Hopewell series is a story about the power of the word, and the adventure of finding the light within.
| Project Renovatio|
by Allison Maruska
$0.00, 183 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (41 reviews), #1 in Teen & Young Adult Fiction about Siblings
Levin Davis has it made. At 20, he’s a college graduate with a dream job, a beautiful girlfriend, and a life that can only get better - until he receives a mysterious letter suggesting his long-dead father is alive and hiding an extraordinary secret.
Distraught, Levin meets the letter’s author, who could pass for his twin. The stranger claims to be part of a genetically engineered race designed to survive global catastrophes and rebuild society, and he insists Levin and his sisters are as well.
Despite his disbelief, Levin uncovers not only the bizarre truth of his existence but also Project Renovatio’s ominous purpose – to secure genetic superiority, the new race must live according to harsh demands or risk severe penalties inflicted on their loved ones. If Levin hopes to protect his family and live a free life, he must escape Project Renovatio – or rise above himself to fight them.
“What if scientists take genetic engineering to the next level and start altering the human race? Allison Maruska writes a thrilling YA novel that will grab the attention of her readers and hold it until the end.“ – Lisa Tortorello, author of My Hero, My Ding
| The Stereopsis Effect|
by Mark Anthony Hall
$0.00, 427 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #133 in Conspiracy Thrillers
Paul Kehoe is an ambitious inventor who has created a unique hologram projector, which can display a flawless, three-dimensional image that Paul christens the Stereopsis Effect.
After testing the device, he shares the good news with his best friend Frank Farley. But with Frank fearing for his life, it isn't long until he pleads with Paul to exploit the machine’s gifts to help fake his death.
After Paul’s machine is exposed, he is confronted by a rogue branch of the National Security Agency (NSA), which wants to use the machine’s deceptive ability for its own purposes. With the intention of never giving in to the NSA, Paul has to fend off their advances whilst trying to convince two police detectives of his innocence after they accuse him of a murder that has never even happened.
With Frank in hiding and unable to step forward to help, Paul and Frank's former partner Chloe Parker uncover a sinister plot involving a plan by Russian spies to obtain a breakthrough invention – and it appears that it is Frank Farley helping them get it.
In a pulsating finish, Paul has to avoid the attention of the NSA, Russian spies and the police to stay ahead of the game and find out what Frank is really up to.
The Stereopsis Effect is a cutting-edge conspiracy thriller, with a pulsating plot and unimaginable twist.
Don’t believe everything you see.
| Among the Ruins|
by Dominic Peloso
$0.00, 88 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #168 in Psychological Fiction
An aspiring actress finds herself the only person still alive after a plague has devastated the world. With no purpose left, she finds herself almost unable to go on; until she meets literally the last man on earth.
Together the pair find a reason to live within each other, and work to build a life on a beautiful, quiet Earth they have all to themselves.
But when a message from someone long thought dead warns that all is not as it appears, paranoia sets in. Is the last man on earth her charming savior or a creepy captor?
Gripping, packed with twists and turns from the first page to the very last, this stunning psychological thriller is a rollercoaster of a read that explores gaslighting, Stockholm Syndrome, disassociation, mental illness, existentialism, and the search for purpose in an absurd universe.
| Birthday Cake, Spaceships and Lingerie: A sci-fi romance adventure|
by L.H. Whitlock
$0.00, 199 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #3,155 in Action & Adventure Romance (Books)
What do an intergalactic art thief, a snarky AI, and a sexy protestor have in common? It’s up to them to save the universe! Mathia thinks stealing Princess Rosalie’s spaceship will lead to a peaceful protest. Instead, she finds herself abandoned on a remote asteroid with nothing but a pain-in-the-ass AI to keep her company. When art thief Ave stumbles on a secret weapon, he must warn Prova so they can destroy the weapon before it annihilates the Universe. But before he succeeds, he’s shot down and crashes on an asteroid. What starts as an unlikely pairing turns into a hot romance and a once-in-a-lifetime adventure
| Boone's Journey|
by K. L. Stein
$0.00, 15 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #168 in 30-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
In the outliers of the Turinth Galaxy, Talia Boone embarks on a tedious, mindless mission to repair outpost communication buoys. Talia likes her solo expeditions - no micromanagement, no small talk, and no one to share her hidden stash of vodka. But when the mission goes awry and her cruiser malfunctions, isolation can have deadly consequences.
| The Scion's Descent: The Falling Scion Series|
by S.D. Johnson
$0.00, 118 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #450 in Dystopian Science Fiction
This is the first installment of the Falling Scion series. Yoli is the Scion of the Shore Delegation. She has been groomed her whole life to once day take the seat of Delegate from her father, Shepherd of the Shore Delegation. After having a run-in with the Post Trader, she is whisked away and meets her long-lost sister. This mysterious sister not only brings lies that tear down the foundation of Yoli’s faith in the Shore Delegation but also sets her on a journey that will change her life forever. Yoli begins to fall from grace as the Scion and into a world that will force her to rediscover herself on every level possible.
| OF FIRE AND TIME (BLUE MOUNTAIN Book 2)|
by Larry Alderman
$0.00, 131 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #456 in Paranormal Suspense
A doorway through time in the Blue Ridge Mountains! He finds romance and adventure in the ancient past. The man from the future must defeat the great beast Zabor and undertake a fantastic journey through lands and people in the mists of time.
| The Dawn of Skye|
by E. B. Heimdal
$0.00, 297 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #1,534 in Children's Dystopian Sci-Fi Books
A gripping and captivating story about survival, friendship, hope and love.Skye and her twin brother, Ecco, struggle to survive in a world without grown-ups. For five years they have lived alone in the woods. But they are not the only ones. Other groups of children wander in the wilderness. Some are enemies. Others are friends. Who can they trust? Skye and Ecco soon find out how far they are willing to go to survive. And what about the mysterious disease that killed all the grown-ups – has it returned?When Skye's world once again falls into pieces, she almost loses all hope. In her struggle to survive Skye fears she will only find darkness and pain but instead she finds something unexpected. Two strangers will change her life. One is strong, blond, and a natural born leader. The other one is dark and full of secrets. Skye's heart is feeling something new. She's feeling torn. Who will she choose? The one that only sees her good side or the one that knows her darkest secrets?Everyone has something to hide.
| Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: April 1991|
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #1,216 in Science Fiction
Welcome aboard, new friends! May our journey together be long and wonderful...
You are holding the a magazine devoted to the field of science fiction in films and television: the realm that combines science, adventure, romance, and philosophy.
| Kamas Trilogy Box Set (Books 1-3): Dystopian Political Thriller|
by Preston Fleming
$0.00, 1250 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #61 in Political Thrillers & Suspense
The Kamas Trilogy Box Set (Books 1-3) contains the complete text of all three novels in the Kamas Trilogy (FORTY DAYS AT KAMAS; STAR CHAMBER BROTHERHOOD; and EXILE HUNTER) in a single ebook file. Perfect for new Preston Fleming readers.
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.