by Jen Ponce
$0.00, 242 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #1,897 in LGBTQ+ Science Fiction
A simple trip turned nightmare.
When Dee and her wife Lana visit Omaha, they expect all the drama to come from their visit to Lana's ex. And it does ... sort of. The ex's girlfriend is sick, his car won't start, and all circuits are busy, so Dee and Lana volunteer to take them to the hospital. It isn't until they're halfway there that they realize something is horribly wrong. Not just with the girlfriend, who dies and inexplicably comes back to life, but with the city. Maybe even the world.
Dee and Lana been together through thick and thin, but this might just be the worse thing they’ve ever faced. There’s 1658 miles between them and their teenage sons, left home in Seattle with Dee’s aging parents. The two women will do anything to get back to them, even trek across a country teeming with the living dead.
They refuse to let the apocalypse break them … but the dead might have other plans.
**This is a standalone horror novel
| Cascadia Fallen: Spiritus Americae|
by Austin Chambers
$0.00, 376 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (62 reviews), #4 in Alternative History
War is in the air…
The Gun Club members recoil from the explosive and violent abduction that showed just how brutally Order had been Divested. The fledgling new Posse is immediately tested with the knowledge that the cartel has annihilated the remaining police and National Guard in Seattle…
Elsewhere in the Northwest, the heroes become the hunters…
◆ An alliance forms on the road to destroying a sexual predator…
◆ A pair of Rangers risk everything to rescue a missing loved one…
◆ And a former cop must conquer his fears in order to lead a daring operation.
Phil rallies his team…The Slaughter Peninsula Posse outwits a pending attack in time to find their way across Puget Sound and into the Fight for Freedom. American Spirit must prevail…
Grab your chair, as all of the exciting stories in this trilogy meet in the Battle for Seattle, as Americans band together to drive out a blood-thirsty and ruthless enemy.
Enjoy the Cascadia Fallen Trilogy in the Proper Order:
Cascadia Fallen: Tahoma’s Hammer
Cascadia Fallen: Order Divested
Cascadia Fallen: Spiritus Americae
| Coffin Dodgers: You'll Either Die a Hero, Or Live Long Enough to Become a Grey|
by Matthew Clarke
$0.00, 191 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #23 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction eBooks
In the year 2030, a dying scientist released a volatile pathogen into the atmosphere. It granted the elderly a plethora of augmented abilities, near-immortality, and an insatiable bloodlust for the generations that have wronged them. The war between the Greys and the Resistance has now been raging for over two hundred years. The Resistance are all but defeated. Their survival depends on the success of one man’s mission — infiltrate the Grey’s sanctum and retrieve the antivirus. Raised in solitary confinement on a strict diet of cigars and alcohol, Wilhelm Baggotry has successfully prematurely aged his body to that of a ninety-year-old. But will it be enough to fool the Greys and gain their trust? Or will the Resistance be destroyed, and youth become a thing of the past? Coffin Dodgers is a bizarre tale of love, loss, and depravity that is guaranteed to leave you with an irrational fear of butterscotch.
| Our Lady of Holy Death: A Prequel to Devil's Road|
by Gary Gibson
$0.00, 27 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #11 in 45-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
When an old friend and rival from the Devil's Run calls on Dutch to help get him out of a sticky situation down San Salvador way, Dutch has no choice but to go to his aid - only to find herself trapped in a pit with a newly hatched kaiju and no way to escape.
OUR LADY OF HOLY DEATH is a prequel to DEVIL'S ROAD:
Dutch McGuire is a driver in the Devil's Road - a no-holds-barred, anything-goes annual road race across the wastelands of Teijouan. Once a prosperous island-nation, Teijouan is now a barren post-apocalyptic wilderness populated by huge, dinosaur-like beasts known as kaiju. Between the kaiju and the other drivers, it's hard to say which are more dangerous.
But for Dutch McGuire, winning is everything. And God help anyone who gets between her and the finishing line.
| The Ephinschari-12,000 Phenomenon : A catastrophe and innovation.|
by Robert Moore
$0.00, 101 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
The Ephinschari-12,000 Phenomenon is a catastrophic event that occurred during the battle of Long-Distance Travel Conduit 996, which took place in the year 2577. The Far-Habitat and Exploration Colonies seceded from the Earth Defense Conglomerate, only to fall into chaos due to a terrible series of unfortunate events. This report summarizes the Ephinschari-12,000 Phenomenon, and displays the vehicles found to operate in that region of space.
| The Vaccine: It's coming. But it's not how you imagine it|
by Luca Gagliardi
$0.00, 38 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
A relentless virus is ravaging the planet. Rina Thompson, a researcher at the University of Miami, will embark on a dangerous journey at the head of a group of idealists to steal the vaccine from the hands of a pharmaceutical lobby and distribute it on a large scale.
In an escalation of death and destruction, hunted by Oksana's unstoppable commando, this dystopian race against time will end in a Canadian laboratory, a place of unexpected revelations.
A story in which the points of view are different and open to broader food for thought, immersed in a scenario of urban warfare and changing power relations.
With original illustrations by Irene Gattazzo.
Luca Gagliardi, born in 1982, lives in Piedmont, Northern Italy. He's a former radio speaker, press officer, and author of articles. He currently works in the storytelling sector and is a big fan of the sci-fi genre.
"The Vaccine" is his first published story and the prelude to his collection, soon to be published.
| The Girl in the Golden Atom (Ray Cummings' Matter, Space and Time series Book 1)|
by Ray Cummings
$0.00, 359 pages, 3.7 out of 5.0 (23 reviews), #234 in Molecular Physics
First published in 1922, "The Girl in the Golden Atom" by Ray Cummings is a classic work of science fiction and one of the first to explore the world of the atom.
"The Girl in the Golden Atom" is the first and most famous work in Cummings’ Matter, Space and Time series ("The Fire People" and "The Man Who Mastered Time" dealing with the other two matters, respectively), which postulates that matter, space and time are interlinked and that one cannot exist without the others.
"The Girl in the Golden Atom" was enormously successful at its publication, and Cummings went on to write an equally successful sequel, "The People of the Golden Atom". This novel stays as Cummings’ most highly regarded fictional work.
"The Girl in the Golden Atom" is the story of a young chemist who finds a hidden atomic world within his mother’s wedding ring. Under a microscope, he sees within the ring a beautiful young woman sitting before a cave. Enchanted by her, he shrinks himself so that he can join her world.
Ray Cummings is viewed as one of the founding fathers of the pulp science fiction genre.
| The Pearl: To retrieve it, the aliens needed a secret agent - they got David|
by Gary Townsend
$0.00, 199 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #86 in Time Travel Science Fiction
After effectively proving physical time travel cannot possibly exist, Professor David Melville goes to bed one evening and wakes up in his childhood bedroom, surrounded by familiar things.
So far, his quiet life has been governed by a secret he has kept hidden for thirty-five years. But he’s about to embark on a journey where he will see and do things he never dreamed would be possible in his lifetime, one of which is running up a flight of stairs without dying of a heart attack.
Abducted by aliens (although they consider this a mere technicality), he is entrusted with a piece of technology that in the wrong hands could spell disaster for humanity. Unfortunately, they have lost control of it and need David to retrieve it for them.
One of the aliens thinks David is the right man for the job, the other one thinks he’s an idiot…
| A Voyage to Arcturus: A Sci-Fi Classic|
by David Lindsay
$0.00, 265 pages, 3.4 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #31 in Time Travel Science Fiction
This carefully crafted ebook: "A Voyage to Arcturus" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents.
A Voyage to Arcturus combines fantasy, philosophy, and science fiction in an exploration of the nature of good and evil and their relationship with existence. Described by critic and philosopher Colin Wilson as the "greatest novel of the twentieth century", it was a central influence on C. S. Lewis' Space Trilogy, and through him on J. R. R. Tolkien, who said he read the book "with avidity". An interstellar voyage is the framework for a narrative of a journey through fantastic landscapes. The story is set at Tormance, an imaginary planet orbiting Arcturus, which, in the novel (but not in reality) is a double star system, consisting of stars Branchspell and Alppain. The lands through which the characters travel represent philosophical systems or states of mind, through which the main character, Maskull, passes on his search for the meaning of life.
David Lindsay was an author now best remembered for the philosophical science fiction novel A Voyage to Arcturus. The secret of Lindsay's originality as a novelist lies in his metaphysical assumptions.
| The Cure|
by Aaron Van Gossen
$0.00, 9 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #1,123 in 15-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Michael takes a coffee break while working on his novel "The Cure". While reading the paper a strange man sits down next to him and tells him that his book will change the future. However, some people aim to stop that.
| Timecrime: A time travel crime thriller|
by Peter Sao-Levene
$0.00, 191 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #6,289 in Time Travel Science Fiction
Joe Bedford has invented a time travel machine. Although wanting to use this for good, Joe gets caught up with mafia style boss Mr. Infanta, his girlfriend’s uncle Lorenzo!
Lorenzo Infanta wants to use the time travel equipment for self-gain and Joe has to travel back to historical moments in time in order retrieve now destroyed works of art, before they get destroyed so Infanta that can sell them and increase his own wealth.
But Joe is made of sterner stuff than to allow himself to be used in such a way for long.
When Joe changes the game to stop Mr. Infanta, the bullets start to fly.
Can he keep his romance with Samantha Infanta strong? Can he dodge the mafia’s clutches and escape with his life?
All will be revealed in this exciting new first novel.
| The Prophecies Of Time: Book 2: Sub-Zero|
by Ashwal Bolla
$0.00, 123 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
Just as they hoped it would be over, another adventure began. This time, they fought against the evil Lord Planetron. At least, that was how Jack put it. Introducing brand new characters, twists, and plots! This is the second installation from the series “The Prophecies Of Time”. Except, this book is just filled with awesome, action packed characters and mysteries. Journey with the team to climb the tallest mountain and challenge their biggest difficulty again; getting through their formidable journey alive.
| The Tuar Tums Trilogy: Conquering Symmetry|
by Phil Asmundson
$0.00, 394 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #2 in Children's Action & Adventure Sci-Fi Books
Destiny unfolds before her…
…and claims her every waking moment.
She can see the future, but can she prevent it?
Alexa now must live up to her name: defender of mankind. However, not only mankind is at risk, but her friends, family, and the entire universe. As a future shaper, why can’t she prevent the death she foresees?
How many will die?
How much destruction will occur if she can’t reunify what’s been torn apart?
When an immortal curse from the past returns, Alexa is the only shield that stands between him and ultimate power.
Can she draw on her friends once more to prove the power of love over destruction?
You’ll love the conclusion to this sci-fi fantasy coming-of-age saga because no one can resist a supreme battle of good versus evil.
Experience the adventure today.
| Ultimate Payback: Age of Expansion - A Kurtherian Gambit Series (Shadow Vanguard Book 4)|
by Tom Dublin
$0.00, 250 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (31 reviews), #4 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
The Shadows are back and on a personal mission to clear Tc’aarlat’s name.
A two-legged Yollin, a pariah to his parents. The Gan’barlo crime family has been a thorn in his side since he came of age and tried to make his own way. When he was forced to choose one family over the other, he found that he didn’t like either and left the planet Yoll.
But you can’t ghost your family. It’s time to go home and deal with both. Captain Jack Marber is behind Tc’aarlat all the way as they return to their crewmember’s home to set things right.
Ultimate Payback is the fourth thrilling adventure in the Age of Expansion’s Shadow Vanguard series. Grab your copy and dive into the action today!
On a sad note, Tom Dublin passed away at the beginning of this process, but he was able to produce the outlines for Books 4-9 which we are writing for him. We (LMBPN Publishing) are donating one hundred percent of the profit from these books to Tommy’s family.
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*NOTE: If cursing is a problem, even humorous cursing, then this might not be for you.
| The Warlord of Mars (Barsoom Book 3)|
by Edgar Rice Burroughs
$0.00, 287 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (487 reviews), #6 in Metaphysical Science Fiction eBooks
John Carter pursues his kidnapped wife, the Martian princess Dejah Thoris, across the perilous red planet in this thrilling sequel to The Gods of Mars.
When Dejah Thoris is finally freed from the Temple of the Sun, new perils await her at the hands of her liberators. Along with Princess Thuvia of Ptarth, Dejah is immediately taken prisoner by the nefarious Matai Shang and his daughter Phaidor. Though John Carter is close on their trail, they escape from the south pole of Mars by heading into uncharted regions.As he pursues them to the equatorial Land of Koal and onward to the dangerous realms of the north pole, Carter battles fearsome monsters and discovers a forgotten race of yellow Martians. Before his adventure is over, his many feats of bravery and skill will have earned him the title Warlord of Barsoom.
| Blast Off: A Fun Science Fiction LitRPG Adventure (Interstellar Online Book 1)|
by D. B. Goodin
$0.00, 192 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (26 reviews), #1 in Science Fiction TV, Movie & Game Tie-In
Endless adventure awaits in INTERSTELLAR ONLINE! Try out new sensory bodysuits to feel what your character feels!
CAUTION: Malware included.
Cassidy Delgado needs the newest MMO launch from Lush Games to be fantastic. It isn’t just the future of the company and a lot of money on the line, it’s her career as a product manager. The hype is enormous. Someone has hacked the project code already, but the R&D heads have assured Cassidy they’ve fixed the error.
There’s no possible way that a malicious hacker could, for instance, trap her in the game space when she’s testing out a prototype suit or blackmail her into installing a trojan horse.
…People are definitely going to get fired for this.
With few options left but to contact someone offline for help, Cassidy runs a game scenario where she controls a starship, activates some artificial intelligence programs, and plots a course to the nearest connection to the outside world. Unfortunately, an alpha tester going by the username of Zart Tender has plans for her ship and the AIs, and they don’t include her.
Cassidy will have to take her skills to the next level to defeat Zart and call for help before the hacker can wield the game as a weapon against its users—and the rest of the world.
Blast Off is a hilarious, action-packed LitRPG story that fans of Galaxy Quest or The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy will love.
Authors Note: Contains some sexual content that is intended for mature readers.
| Mercury Blade (Valyien Far Future Space Opera Book 1)|
by James David Victor
$0.00, 168 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (41 reviews), #26 in Teen & Young Adult Aliens eBooks
On the run with a stolen alien artifact that could ultimately destroy humanity. Chased by the most powerful military force in the galaxy and the most notorious criminal overlord in the sector. No problem for the fastest ship in the known universe.
A far-future space opera series from #1 Bestselling author James David Victor
Eliard Martin is captain of the Mercury Blade, the fastest ship in the galaxy. With his small crew, he travels the stars looking for adventure and profit. When he tries to pull one over on a dangerous criminal overlord, he soon finds himself on a mission that will lead to more danger than he has ever faced before. With the help of a mysterious stranger, who is clearly more than she appears, they will fight to stay one step ahead of the most powerful forces in the galaxy. Can the crew of the Mercury Blade fly their way to freedom or will they be crushed by the opposing forces seeking their demise?
Mercury Blade is the first book in the exciting Valyien Far Future Space Opera series. If you like fast paced space adventure, the rogue crew of the Mercury Blade will keep you entertained for hours.
Download Mercury Blade and get started on your next space adventure today!
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| Any Job Will Do (The Grand Human Empire Book 1)|
by John Wilker
$0.00, 306 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (29 reviews), #1 in LGBTQ+ Science Fiction
Jackson ”Jax” Caruso inherited a ship from his parents.
They’re dead, they don’t need it.
The unification wars happened a while ago, Jax’s parent’s fought for the losing side. Now he takes the jobs he can get; smuggling, bounty hunting, hauling cargo. If it pays, he’ll do it.
When Jax is approached with a job that seems too good to be true, he should have known better, he should have walked.
Now he and a few friends are in it deep; Imperial entanglements are the least of their concerns with organized crime on their tails.
Will Jax and his friends finish the job without getting caught, or killed? Only one way to find out!
Get your copy today!
| The Nathan Daniels Saga: Part 1|
by Sam Lippert
$0.00, 98 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (19 reviews), #72 in Metaphysical Science Fiction eBooks
Captain Nathan Daniels had the best lifestyle in the modern galaxy. As an independent trader he set his own schedule, selected his own cargo, and had the freedom to visit any of the kingdoms, empires and fiefdoms in known space. He even had the best pick-up line of all time: "Want to go for a ride on my space ship?"
After leaving a small mining colony on the moon of Droshai, just outside of Kalifet space, he receives a summons from the Empress of the Kalifet Empire. The fact that the summons is delivered by two military cruisers both ensures his compliance, and piques his curiosity.
Little did he know how much this summons would change his life...
Looking for The Nathan Daniels Saga: Part 2? Look here: http://www.amazon.com/Nathan-Daniels-Saga-Part-ebook/dp/B00C1QKS4Y
| Trojan Horse - A Space Opera: Act One|
by Carter Seagrove
$0.00, 33 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1 in One-Hour LGBT Short Reads
This Sci-Fi project is a collaboration between the authors, Chambers Mars and Alp Mortal. ‘Trojan Horse’ is the first part of what we are calling a ‘Space Opera’ which will chart the adventures of Elias and Dunno, a pair of security guards who work for Gala Inc., a space exploration and mining conglomerate.
The adventures take place on various spacecraft and planets. Invariably the two men get involved in some kind of mystery or conspiracy which they ‘solve’ to win favour with the boss, Krevis: he’s always after them for some misdemeanour or other.
This story has an adult theme, aside from the scene being played out. The descriptions of the sexual relationships are especially graphic.
We sincerely hope that you enjoy the story.
Chambers Mars & Alp Mortal
| Travelers (Stars Edge: Nel Bently Book 1)|
by V. S. Holmes
$0.00, 239 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (28 reviews), #2 in LGBTQ+ Science Fiction
No one fights dirtier than an archaeologist.
Dr. Nel Bently has barely dug into Chile’s dry earth when her pristine site is vandalized. Her archaeologist’s dream of a ground-breaking project funded by a private patron turns into a nightmare: local activists Los Pobladores take issue with anyone brave--or stubborn--enough to set boots on their land. And foul-mouthed Nel is stubborn as they come.
Despite the danger, Nel refuses to surrender her site to vandals. Easier said than done, however, with the greenest crew she’s ever trained, absurd radiocarbon dates, and angry militants who may actually have a point.
When Los Pobledores land a blow that turns Nel’s world upside down, she realizes her mysterious benefactor is playing chess with their lives. Grief-stricken and angrier than ever, Nel is ready to fight dirty.
THE X-FILES meets LARA CROFT in this queer, snarky science fiction adventure about where we came from, and where we’re going from International Bestselling author V. S. Holmes.
Scroll up and one-click now to embark on the adventure!
| The Limehouse Happening|
by M E Dormer
$0.00, 260 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #173 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
The human race is on a countdown to extinction… unless world governments act speedily to roll back the devastating effects on planet Earth from environmental pollution caused by the actions of human kind. Representatives of an advanced civilisation have warned world leaders that they will terminate the human race… unless the pollution is eradicated and a new way of living with nature is adopted by the peoples of the world. And that is where the IES comes into the story: the mysterious International Environmental Services.
On a cold autumnal day in November as four very different officers made their way to work at Limehouse Police Station they had no inkling that the day’s work would bring them all together for completely different reasons. Their journey, together yet very separately, would involve intrigue, espionage, murder and a plethora of unexplained revelations. The four officers would be caught up in a series of events that would ultimately lead them fighting for the very existence of human life.
"The Shey Atar are the handmaidens of nature. They maintain balance and harmony. Their powers are beyond your comprehension. If a species becomes a threat to the existence of all others the Shey Atar will remove it. They have done this before. You have had your final warning…"
| Black Mailbox: Zip code 89044 - Area 51|
by Mike Albanese
$0.00, 211 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #104 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
“Their gods have failed them,” said Isabel, “These poor natives look to the sky for someone to save them from the arbitrary horrors of this world.” Isabel took the beef jerky from Max. She tore it open and stuffed a piece in her mouth. She made devil eyes over a wicked smile. “They got us instead.”
The Extraterrestrial Highway is officially known on maps as Nevada State Route 375. 375 is the back door to Area 51. And on that highway is the town of Rachel, population 54. A mile or two past Rachel is an abandoned gas station. One mile beyond that gas station is the Black Mailbox. Nobody knows who put it there. Some say it first appeared around 1949 some time after the Roswell incident. Legend has it that at time it bore the name of a Steve Medlin. Who was he? No one knows.
The Black Mailbox an artifact of sorts, it's been hijacked by vandals, painted white then black again, blown to pieces with shotguns. But it always reappears. And when it is there it's the destination of offerings from those who make the pilgrimage to touch the Black Box in the desert.
UFO hunters have reported a Black GMC Denali that appears on moonless nights. A lone driver gets out and collects the contents. Those who attempt to intervene find themselves waking in their cars with no memory of that night. No cell phone videos, no photos, no text messages. The only evidence of being there, a red pin dropped on a Google map that lead them to this place.
This is the story of the people who drive the Black Denali.
| Boogie on the Velvet Flower: Even In space, they will hear you scream. (With A Twist Book 1)|
by Stephen R. Amos
$0.00, 71 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #158 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
Who knows what lies in the depths of space...Ly Rico is a junk lugger, transporting ice from the asteroid belt to Mars. A solitary role, forever in zero gravity. She doesn't like people. Doesn't trust people. The last thing she wants is company. But then the mysterious creature stowaways on board and nothing will be the same again. A tale so terrifying, it could change the solar system.
| The Cloud Conspiracy: UFO crash survivor story|
by by a.j. Lombardi
$0.00, 36 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #34 in One-Hour Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
The ongoing case into the “UFO crash survivor investigation” is taken from the files of special agent Tray Marrow. A super-intelligent UFO crash survivor is held at a quasi-government research company named Genesis 15. He is given the name Lawrence. As an advanced species, he creates an implantable microchip enabling humans to become one with the cloud. A power-hungry loner named Larry Fledges realizes the power that the microchip holds. He steals the chip and self-implants becoming "one with the cloud" The clock is now ticking for special agent Marrow to locate Fledgers before world chaos ensues.
| The Fire People (Ray Cummings' Matter, Space and Time series Book 2)|
by Ray Cummings
$0.00, 254 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Alien Invasion
First published in 1922, "The Fire People" by one of the masters of early science fiction, Ray Cummings, is the second novel of trilogy of tales of Matter, Space, and Time ("The Girl in the Golden Atom" and "The Man Who Mastered Time" dealing with the other two elements, respectively). The Matter, Space and Time series postulates that matter, space and time are interlinked and that one cannot exist without the others.
"The Fire People" is the story of a fiery invasion from another planet. No one could have suspected that the Earth was in mortal danger. It started with a small meteor streaking across the sky and smashing into the Earth's surface, but the event was so much more than a simple collision between the Earth and a wandering piece of space rubble. A strange glow began to radiate from the meteor, a glow unlike anything known to Earthly science; and with these emanations came death, anything coming into contact with that light was immediately destroyed. The fate of the Earth fell into the hands of an inquisitive newspaper reporter and a brilliant professor of science as they strived to save mankind from its first interplanetary threat, an attack from a distant neighbour...
Ray Cummings was an American author of science fiction, rated one of the "founding fathers of the science fiction pulp genre".
| Suffering: What is It Like to Be Euthanized?|
by Brandon Long
$0.00, 258 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Military
Looking into the eyes of someone who is in abject suffering is difficult. Most mammals work to end the suffering of their fellows, and even strangers. However, when there is only one option left to help someone, to end their suffering, we must face a philosophical question: is it worse to end suffering by euthanasia, or to allow the continuation of suffering?
In America, factions have formed in the medical community and society abroad pushing back against what they see as "murder". Others see it as a kindness, a reduction of overall harm caused.
This is the question Chris, an Army Medic in a quarantine camp, must face in Suffering while caring for victims of a prion disease outbreak. Prions are real disease-causing agents, and can persist in the environment for decades, and can't be degraded with heat, acid, or disinfectants. Once infected, it is a death sentence, but a slowly unmerciful one that presents like dementia.
Factions form in the quarantine camp when soldiers begin to euthanize patients. Some characters take drastic steps to prevent what they perceive as murder. The morality of these topics must be explored with the public and medical community alike before sensible policy can be applied.
Suffering is science fiction, with blended elements of thriller. The idea for the book came about when I heard a single sentence that irrevocably opened my eyes to the depths of suffering that exists in the world while working in emergency medical services as an EMT.
In a doctor's office my patient looked at his wife and said, “I can’t do this anymore.” The room lost its air, but she ignored him by making small talk with me. She had heard this before. How we treat the dying reflects what we think about death. Is it moral? Is failing to end someone’s suffering as bad as causing it? What does knowing that the best-case scenario for some people alive right now is an end of all experience do to you?
Suffering is a fictitious phenomenological exploration of euthanasia, in the eyes of the patients, and clinicians. What would it be like to be consensually killed for your own good, or what would it be like to kill consensually for a patient's good?
| It's Not the End of the World|
by Clint Gage
$0.00, 284 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #38 in Dystopian Science Fiction
From two guys who’ve never written a book comes the definitive post-not-apocalypse comedy about survival and relationships in a time when the world didn’t end.
Dave and Melanie thought an asteroid was going to destroy the planet. For a full seven weeks, so did everyone else on Earth. But then… it missed. Now, along with the rest of humanity, Dave and Melanie have to deal with the choices they made during “The Countdown” and figure out if there are any parts of their old life worth hanging on to after “The Miss.” The passing asteroid left society in shambles with gas as the only reliable currency, NASA without a single employee, and local bars stocked with deadly homemade hooch, but at least it’s not the end of the world.
Like any good false apocalypse comedy, It’s Not the End of the World contains mature themes and language that may be most appropriate for readers 17 and older.
by Robert Calbeck
$0.00, 523 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (19 reviews), #2 in Hard Science Fiction
Thirty years into the future, the world is still reeling from the effects of another world war. World leaders have banned all fossil fuels other than oil, leaving the major powers to fight over what’s left. The results are chilling: starvation, war, rationing. Billions were left dead in their wake. The survivors have limped into a new equilibrium subsisting entirely on green energy, but there is not nearly enough of it to grow and transport sufficient food or keep everyone warm in the winter. Everyone has an identification chip implanted to monitor their Carbon output, ensuring compliance with the green new world.
In this world where the most precious commodity is electricity, a former paratrooper named Luthor Tenrel stumbles upon a new stable element capable of creating endless, self-renewing, clean energy through its ability to manipulate gravity. On the eve of his reveal at the International Energy Convention, ruthless men attempt to take Luthor's discovery—and his life. Framed for crimes they didn’t commit, Luthor and his team struggle to escape the seemingly omnipotent conspiracy that will stop at nothing to possess Luthor’s technology. With the help of the mysterious Vika and the strange gravitational powers of Luthor's new element, their small band must evade governments, criminals, and Luthor’s own demons to have a chance to end scarcity once and for all.
Robert Calbeck's debut novel throws readers into a complex and detailed world that explores the consequences of Climate Change and the policies designed to fight it. Hard-fi fans will appreciate the meticulous research to make Scarcity believable, but fantasy lovers will be drawn to the gravity-manipulating antics that read more like something from Brandon Sanderson.
| Dead Weapons: A standalone, near-future, YA science-fiction thriller|
by Simon Paul Woodward
$0.00, 357 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #1 in Teen & Young Adult Spy Story eBooks
Violent gangsters want his hardware. Droid soldiers are after his blood. Can a son searching for his dad survive the fight of his life?
London in the near future. Ciaran Richards refuses to accept his heroic father’s death. So to uncover the true fate of his dearly departed parent, the fifteen-year-old agrees to deliver his criminal brother a rare AI-powered gun. But Ciaran barely escapes with the prized hi-tech piece when the illegal pickup goes south, and he’s framed for murder.
With the government’s intelligent weapon now fused to his hand and both cyborg black ops and mobsters hot on his heels, the embattled teen is desperate to unearth the truth. But when he ropes in his hacker ex-girlfriend to unlock the firearm’s gruesome secrets, he fears the grim reality of his father’s demise exposes an ugly and dangerous conspiracy.
Can Ciaran outrun those who want him exterminated in time to save the innocent?
Dead Weapons is an exhilarating standalone YA thriller. If you like cyberpunk tech, pulse-pounding action, and page-turning shootouts, then you’ll love Simon Paul Woodward’s mind-bending story.
Buy Dead Weapons to blow a cover-up sky-high today!
| The Conduit Chronicles: Books 1-2.5: Urban Fantasy Series|
by Ashley Hohenstein
$0.00, 976 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #1 in Alternative History
An ancient prophecy. A clandestine war between Gods and Monsters. Their chance encounter will change it all.
Ophelia has always felt cursed. For as long as she can remember she has been able to unwillingly siphon people’s deepest secrets and absorb their strongest emotions. An encounter with a golden-eyed stranger hurtles Ophelia into a whole new world. Where she discovers her curse may decide her fate and the fate of all those she holds dear.
Elias has been on the run since his parents’ murder. His father’s final wish was for Elias to end the war that has been raging on for centuries. He is so close, when suddenly everything changes, and the most important thing is keeping Ophelia safe.
When two worlds collide, the prophecy is set in motion. But will the strands of fate culminate into the peace Elias has been fighting for or wreck complete annihilation on the world as he knows it?
Found and Forsaken introduce The Conduit Chronicles, a series that weaves Gods, monsters, and magic into a fantastical page turner.
Ashley Hohenstein’s urban fantasy series takes you on a ride of epic adventure and romance. If you like Kevin Hearnes Iron Druid Series and the imaginative writings of Charlaine Harris then you will love The Conduit Chronicles.
by Chris Coppel
$0.00, 174 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (25 reviews), #1 in Crime & Mystery Science Fiction
Craig Edmonds and his young family are awoken at 2 AM by someone banging at their front door. On their doorstep they find an unexpected delivery… a large crate with a generic label addressed to his family.
Their remote house, the lateness of the hour, the unexpectedness of the delivery… something feels wrong to Craig, a sheriff in the high desert of southern Utah. It has taken him years to recover from the psychological trauma he’d undergone as an elite Marine sniper, but his life was now simple and complete.
But then he opens the crate to discover an intricately carved wooden mirror. Now Craig must fight an enemy far worse than any he’d encountered in the Middle East. Only this time he is battling against time and the embodiment of evil in a desperate attempt to save his family. His mission will take him twenty five years into the past and six thousand miles from home in order to defeat the reanimation of a 16th century English witch in this spine-chilling time travelling horror.
| The Greatest Works of Jules Verne (Illustrated Edition): Journey to the Centre of the Earth, The Mysterious Island, 20 000 Leagues Under The Sea…|
by Jules Verne
$0.00, 13608 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #17 in Teen & Young Adult Survival Stories eBooks
This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.
Five Weeks in a Balloon
Journey to the Centre of the Earth
From the Earth to the Moon
Around the Moon
The Adventures of Captain Hatteras
In Search of the Castaways
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
A Floating City
The Adventures of Three Englishmen and Three Russians in South Africa
The Fur Country
Around the World in Eighty Days
The Mysterious Island
The Survivors of the Chancellor
The Underground City
Dick Sand, A Captain at Fifteen
The Begum's Fortune
Tribulations of a Chinaman in China
The Steam House
Eight Hundred Leagues on the Amazon
Godfrey Morgan or, The Robinson Crusoe School
The Green Ray
The Star of the South
Ticket No. "9672"
Robur the Conqueror
The Master of the World
The Waif of "Cynthia"
North Against South or, Texar's Revenge
The Flight to France or, The Memoirs of a Dragoon
Kéraban the Inflexible
Adrift in Pacific or, Two Years' Vacation
The Castle of the Carpathians
Facing the Flag
An Antarctic Mystery
A Voyage in a Balloon
A Drama in Mexico
A Winter Amid The Ice
The Blockade Runners
Doctor Ox's Experiment
Ascent of Mont Blanc
The Mutineers of the Bounty
An Express of the Future
In The Year 2889
The Exploration of the World
The Great Navigators of the 18th Century
The Great Explorers of 19th Century
A Chinese Banquet
Jules Gabriel Verne (1828-1905) was a French novelist, poet, and playwright best known for his adventure novels and his profound influence on the literary genre of science fiction.
| The Seven Sisters: The Pleiadian|
by Chadwick Reinheardt
$0.00, 262 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #23,470 in Science Fiction Adventure
All she had ever wanted was what we all wanted. A normal life, good times, good friends, kill a few folks, you know, the typical. Unfortunately, her world was soon going to change in ways she never imagined. Liadan is a Purifier, a soldier, a badass woman with a badass attitude.
| THE ESSENTIAL H. G. WELLS: Novels, Short Stories, Essays & Articles in One Edition|
by H. G. Wells
$0.00, 10212 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #115 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction eBooks
This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.
H. G. Wells, was a prolific English writer in many genres, including the novel, history, politics, and social commentary, and textbooks and rules for war games. He is now best remembered for his science fiction novels, and Wells is called a father of science fiction. Table of Contents: H. G. Wells by J. D. Beresford Mr. Wells as Historian by Arnold Wycombe Gomme Mr. H. G. Wells and the Giants by G. K. Chesterton Essays and Articles Novels and Short Stories: A Modern Utopia Ann Veronica Bealby In the Days of the Comet Joan and Peter Kipps Love and Mr. Lewisham Marriage Mr. Britling Sees It Through The Chronic Argonauts The First Men in the Moon The Food of the Gods The History of Mr Polly The Invisible Man The Island of Dr Moreau The New Machiavelli The Passionate Friends The Prophetic Trilogy The Research Magnificent The Sea Lady The Secret Places of the Heart The Soul of a Bishop The Time Machine The Undying Fire The War in the Air The War of the Worlds The Wheels of Chance The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman The Wonderful Visit The World Set Free Tono-bungay When the Sleeper Wakes Collections of Short Stories Short Stories: A Catastrophe A Deal in Ostriches A Dream of Armageddon A Slip Under the Microscope A Story of the Days to Come A Story of the Stone Age A Tale of the Twentieth Century A Talk with Gryllotalpa How Gabriel Became Thompson How Pingwill Was Routed In the Abyss Le Mari Terrible Little Mother Up the Morderberg Miss Winchelsea's Heart Mr. Brisher's Treasure Mr. Ledbetter's Vacation Mr. Marshall's Doppelganger...
| The Lost Ship of the Tucker Rebellion|
by Marie Sexton
$0.00, 264 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (26 reviews), #17 in Science Fiction Adventure
Alien invasion has rendered Earth uninhabitable. Now, humanity survives in settlements on Mars, the moon, and distant space stations around Jupiter and Saturn. It’s all people can do to eke out a living from mining, salvage, and scrap.
Twin brothers Denver and Laramie Clayborne’s salvage operation is a small one—just them, their friend Marit, and their quirky ‘bot, OPAL. Their lives are simple and they like it that way, even though they barely earn enough to pay for Laramie’s expensive, life-saving medications. They make do, just like everyone else. It’s all they can do.
Until the day they find something big floating in the wreckage of a battleship graveyard. Something so rare, so precious, it could change their lives forever. Trading it would make them loved. Selling it would make them rich. But keeping it might make them heroes. They have a chance at a whole new world, if they’re brave enough to grasp it.
And if Mars doesn’t catch them first.
co-written with Cari Z
by Gabi Aharonov
$0.00, 99 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #3 in Jewish Literature
Kodesh is a compilation of vignettes which create a story about a Jewish Orthodox settlement. It follows a variety of characters who chose to live in complete segregation from the outside world, and within their settlement, there is complete gender segregation. A brilliant response to the current trend of erasing women, Kodesh is a dystopia which acts a warning.
| Love's Bright Star: A time-stopping, heart-twisting romance (The Future Movers Book 2)|
by Deryn Pittar
$0.00, 142 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #296 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction eBooks
He stops time to save her life. She has secrets too. If their talents are discovered they will be conscripted - FOR LIFE! Genetically altered and living secret lives can they trust each other? The Defence Department comes knocking with tough questions! How will they survive the scrutiny?
James Corban rescues Sarah Coster from an attack in a nightclub. He recognizes she is g-altered, like him. When Sarah becomes pregnant against James wishes, both are questioned by the Defense Department. They deny their relationship, but have they successfully deflected the government’s attention?
And what of the talents the unborn baby appears to have? Can James must save Sarah and his child - even if he has to stop time again - and risk his talent being revealed.
| The Legacy|
by Mark Snyder Jr
$0.00, 416 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #432 in Metaphysical Science Fiction eBooks
The planet will only continue to host our species as long as we remain respectful guests. The Legacy is a suspenseful thriller with a glimpse into the world of the paranormal.
Ellen was born to suffer and watch those around her succumb to their misfortune. With the deaths of both of her natural parents, Ellen experiences more sadness, loss and tragedy than most people would endure during several lifetimes.
Clayton, the hero of The Legacy, loses his father in a mysterious accident before he is old enough to remember him. The questions that surround the family tragedy follow Clayton, and his vivid dreams of others begin to move him closer to who he was always meant to be —even without his knowledge.
Clayton flourishes professionally as a successful chef-entrepreneur and takes matters into his own hands to save the planet through innovation and cutting-edge technology.
Johanna is a shut-in destined to endure a cycle of addiction and depression as she attempts to remember her life before her abduction. Shedding her former life, and being lost without ever claiming another, Johanna is forced outside of her zone of tolerated discomfort and directly into the middle of an ancient force of nature.
Azra’s mysterious origins are revealed to show her complicated place in the Universe and how she, and only she, has the ultimate power to change everything.
In The Legacy, Ellen, Clayton and Johanna are related to one another in the most unique way, the way of saving the human race from itself.
| A Simple Thought of Sanity|
by C E Huntingdon
$0.00, 234 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #52 in Psychological Fiction
Brutus sees himself as just an average salaryman living in the City. Every day he puts on his alabaster Face and lives the life that is expected of him. He rides the train to work and files and files until it’s time to go home and repeat the day.
Unbeknownst to Brutus, he has been picked to be the catalyst that changes the City and the lives of everyone in it. What was a chance occurrence at a café alters the course of his very identity, sending him down a spiral of self-discovery and sanity-inspiring events.
But not all revolutionaries are heroes, and not all revolutions bring about a better age.
Follow Brutus as he discovers how much more there is to living, and the violent consequences that change his world forever, and the generations that follow after.
Brutus’ story is a struggle of the mind and the challenges we face in understanding a reality where madness is seen in a simple thought of sanity.
| Find Her (The Erodium Trilogy Book 1)|
by Kenneth Zink
$0.00, 242 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #1 in Terrorism Thrillers
“A suspenseful and compelling thriller!” — Amazon Reader Review
Robin Wray never looks back.
When she was six her parents signed her over to the NIF, a government institution that turns gifted children into deadly soldiers. Decades later she’s a fragment detective who bends the law to track targets and crack cases, a job that has left her cynical and alone. Then the President’s granddaughter is kidnapped and the case lands on Robin’s desk, energizing her for the first time in years.
Mac Barnes had one job — protect the President’s granddaughter.
The fact that he survived the kidnapping is cold comfort. The child was taken on his watch. Now he’s in the hospital with no way to find her himself. Despite his guilt, Mac tells Robin and her rookie partner Tim what he knows so they can find the missing child, but what they find shocks the world.
As the geopolitical climate hits a boiling point, the investigation leads Robin through a labyrinth of twists and turns that make it impossible for her to know friend from foe. To find the truth she’ll have to unravel a sinister conspiracy and confront her long buried past — before the missing child is used as a pawn to start World War III.
| Fragments: Project Infinity|
by Vittoria Willow
$0.00, 244 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #475 in Teen & Young Adult Science Fiction eBooks
Calista Hale, an interior designer with no real work experience, is rarely the luckiest individual in any given situation. However, her life is quite simple and sorted out before the world as she knows it comes to an end. Wishing to pick up the pieces and restart her life, Calista stumbles upon an opportunity to work for Infinity, the biggest tech company in the world. They seem to be a perfect fit for each other, but some things just aren't adding up.
| Class of 2045|
by Sierra Ayonnie
$0.00, 147 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #20,198 in Dystopian Fiction
2045 is a cursed year for every person of color. It is a year when blacks are either rich and highly involved in politics or broke and detained, there is no in-between. Doria, a privileged African American, grows tired of her over saturated lifestyle of high-end clothes, political organizations, and meetings at her university.
She decides it’s time to find her own happiness at a more meaningful college, one where she can pursue discipline and the arts. The college of her dreams was haunted by rumors. Most said many of the blacks who attended never made it out, many were detained, and even tortured. Ignoring the gossip, Doria finds herself trapped as an experimental lab rat at the institution in the mountains of Virginia.
The Class of 2045 races with time to escape as history rewinds itself to create a panoramic view of just how the past has a direct impact on the present and near future. In Class of 2045, the reader walks through a time portal where they follow the evolution of the university Doria attends. It captures the privilege of the Lumpkin family and how a single slave jail turned into a university to produce new slaves over the time span of 200 years.
| Margaret Gumm and the Song of Solomon: Book 1 of The Gumm Chronicles|
by Derek Anderson
$0.00, 391 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #292 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction eBooks
Aiden Johnson might be a 20-year old super genius who lectures college history courses and can read a person like a book, but his life is mostly grading papers and catering to a needy girlfriend. He’s never even left his home state of New York. But that was until his parents supposedly contracted a mysterious disease and now Aiden and his sisters Flair and Simone’s ordinary lives are about to get a lot more extraordinary.
A curious invitation leads the Johnsons to embark on the adventure of a lifetime, where they discover their parents were leaders of a clandestine organization called The Journeymen’s Guild. Suddenly thrust into calamity and with no time to lose, and his sister’s life on the line, Aiden has no choice but to locate an immensely powerful relic that only exists in legend. He dives into the murky world of adventurers, genetically-enhanced criminals, spies and saboteurs with crazy technology and elementally-charged weapons, all while trying to discover the mystery behind his own shrouded past.
When the future of the world is at stake, when the odds are stacked against you, and you’re going toe to toe with the greatest threat to humankind…who else can you trust but family?
GET INTO THE ADVENTURE TODAY!
| The War That Will End War (The original unabridged edition)|
by H. G. Wells
$0.00, 180 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (21 reviews), #4 in World War I History
This carefully crafted ebook: "The War That Will End War (The original unabridged edition)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. This ebook, first published by Frank & Cecil Palmer in 1914, is a pamphlet addressing the anti-war and pacifist elements in Britain entitled "The War That Will End War." Its title became proverbial almost instantly and is used to refer to the First World War even today. Table of contents : Chapter I. Why Britain Went to War Chapter II. The Sword of Peace Chapter III. Hands Off the People's Food Chapter IV. Concerning Mr. Maximilian Craft Chapter V. The Most Necessary Measures in the World Chapter VI. The Need of a New Map of Europe Chapter VII. The Opportunity of Liberalism Chapter VIII. The Liberal Fear of Russia Chapter IX. An Appeal to the American People Chapter X. Common Sense and the Balkan States Chapter XI. The War of the Mind Herbert George "H. G." Wells (1866 – 1946) was an English writer, now best known for his work in the science fiction genre. He was also a prolific writer in many other genres, including contemporary novels, history, politics and social commentary, even writing textbooks and rules for war games. Wells was now considered to be one of the world's most important political thinkers and during the 1920s and 30s he was in great demand as a contributor to newspapers and journals.
| The Man with the Ice Cream|
by Greg Bullard
$0.00, 94 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #100 in Hard Science Fiction
Sixty years from now, anyone with the right brain implant can read your mind and pluck the very essence of emotion and motivation from your thoughts. Two brilliant titans of industry develop and control the technology. And with the help of a murderous, sociopathic little girl, Maddie, they hold the world's trade markets hostage, but not even she knows why.
| Neither Officers Nor Gentlemen: A Novel|
by Jake Lanum
$0.00, 174 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #4,734 in Alternative History
After the Spanish discovered the Americas, world powers endeavored to project naval power and occupy the promise-filled void. This gave rise to the golden age of privateering and piracy.
Neither Officers Nor Gentlemen is a fast-burning tale of maritime adventure. A cobbler’s son, Wilhelm “Will” Geier, joins an English privateer, Captain Drake, on a journey at the ends of the earth. In search of gold and glory, Will learns the trade. He hunts for subsistence in wildlands, finds allies in far-flung insurgencies, and struggles against the perils and threats looming in every navigable stream.
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.