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Thelma: Tales of Courage From Beyond The Apocalypse (Apocalyptic Short Reads Book 0)
by T. M. Edwards
$0.00, 63 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #13 in 90-Minute Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
PLEASE NOTE: This book is a standalone short read which is part of the collection "Tales of Courage From Beyond the Apocalypse". These stories can be read in any order, and each features a different main character while still being connected to all the others.

Most folks don't have "survive the zombie apocalypse" on their bucket list. Thelma was no different.

But when the undead start roaming, the 85-year-old farm owner is forced to put her feisty and stubborn nature to a new use.

Turns out, zombies are basically just another invasive critter that only responds to some lead between the eyes.

When Thelma must face the fact that her family is gone, she turns her rage on the virus which killed them.

She doesn't know if it'll be the zombies or old age that will get her first.

But gosh darn it if she won't go down swinging, and take as many of them with her as she can.

If she can manage to save a few other people in the process of kicking the zombie apocalypse's butt, well, that'll just be icing on the cake.


Other stories in this collection:
Xavier (coming soon!)

Roger: Tales of Courage From Beyond The Apocalypse (Apocalyptic Short Reads)
by T. M. Edwards
$0.00, 36 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #4 in One-Hour Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
PLEASE NOTE: This book is a standalone short read which is part of the collection "Tales of Courage From Beyond the Apocalypse". These stories can be read in any order, and each features a different main character while still being connected to all the others.

That zombie shooter game addiction finally came in handy.

Roger is the typical pasty, skinny video game nerd. When the zombie apocalypse breaks out and Boston is bombed to stop the spread of the virus, he's is thrown into the ultimate fight for survival.

Three weeks later, Roger considers himself lucky to still be alive. He has a fortified base and hopes that he'll soon find more survivors. But winter is fast approaching, and if he doesn't find a more long-term solution for food and shelter, it'll be a toss-up between whether the zombies or hunger and exposure get to him first.

When a zombie battle leaves Roger with a bite wound, his survival becomes even more precarious. Even the possibility of other survivors is small consolation when the fever takes hold.

How can he survive if the virus already courses through his veins?

Check out the other stories in the collection!

Keiko: Tales of Courage From Beyond The Apocalypse (Apocalyptic Short Reads)
by T. M. Edwards
$0.00, 53 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #14 in 90-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Note: This is a SHORT READ in the collection "Tales of Courage From Beyond the Apocalypse". Each book in the collection is designed to be read in an hour or less, and is not a full novel. They can be read in any order, and connect to one or more other stories in the collection through characters or events, but are not sequential and it's not necessary to have read one to read the others.

I have a list of acceptable ways to die.
Zombie bite is not on that list.

I'm Keiko Seaburn, and if one more person calls me the Blind Ninja of Alabama, they’re getting a katana shoved someplace they don't want one. I have a few orifices you can pick from. None of them are pleasant.

And the next person to patronize or pity me will suffer the same fate. I'm fine the way I am. Keep your head down and your mouth shut, and I'll take you to your safe zone and teach you how to survive like I have.

Oh, and one more thing. Don’t you dare tell me what I can or can’t do.

Heartland Junk Part IV: This Blessed Death: A ZOMBIE Apocalypse Serial Final Chapter
by Eli Nixon
$0.00, 141 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #24 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
His friends closer than ever, Ray finds himself in the heart of peril. The zombies are changing, getting smarter...why? And then there' s the small problem of him being trapped by one of their hordes. The end is drawing close, and Ray is in more danger than ever. An end would truly be a blessed death...if only Ray could find it.

It came at you first like an unexpected chill breeze on a warm day. Most people never had a chance to figure out what was happening before it was too late. Only the lucky ones, the ones already ruined, like me, were able to defend ourselves.

The fourth and final installment of Heartland Junk, a zombie apocalypse serial novel!


"What is this place?" I asked, looking around. It was just a tiny meadow nestled in the center of the woods, barely large enough to fit the throng of white creatures.
"A waiting place. It is almost time," said the thing, now standing in front of me. It was taller than me by at least six inches, its head haloed by the sun. "You feel it as strongly as we do. When we leave this place, you will lead us the rest of the way home."
I could feel it. The thought terrified me. I was in that momentary twilight between high and come-down, the place where your mouth gets dry and those little aches and tight spots come back into your neck and shoulders, where your head gets heavy again where it was once light, light where it had been heavy.
And now, I knew, it was the last moment before Vitala's first searching fingers went reaching into my brain. This was the end. I wished Titan was there. The little furball gave me too much comfort. I wanted it now.
Two of the white creatures stood on either side of me, holding each forearm in one hand and each shoulder in the other. Holding me up as well as holding me in place. I tried to jerk my arm away, just experimentally, and it may as well have been welded to steel. The thing which spoke to me backed up a few paces, watching me. The rest of them, hundreds, backed up to the perimeter of the clearing, forming an unbroken ring of white just in front of the treeline, at least two or three deep there were so many of them.
This was the God damn end.

Newly Free Post-Apocalyptic Kindle Books for 2019-04-22

Until Nothing Remains: A Hybrid Post-Apocalyptic Espionage Adventure (A Gun Play Novel: Volume 1)
by C.A. Rudolph
$0.00, 348 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (46 reviews), #1 in Technothrillers (Kindle Store)

from the author of the best-selling What's Left of My World series...

Until Nothing Remains

The United States has experienced its share of turmoil over the years.

Although not particularly war-torn or stricken with genocide and violent crime as other nations, over time, gun violence and terror attacks have become commonplace on American soil.

Never before has the United States been subjected to widespread, coordinated terrorist attacks, devastating enough to bring the entire nation to its knees. Until now.

In this first volume of his Gun Play series, post-apocalyptic author C.A. Rudolph will engage you with the tale of two families from wholly diverse walks of life: a husband and wife immersed in a clandestine existence of murder-for-hire, espionage, and intrigue, and a mainstream middle-class family of six.

Each will find themselves affected by an onslaught of terror attacks the likes of which the world has never seen. Each must learn to survive…or succumb.

A silent enemy lurks among them, and no one knows when they plan to strike. When they do, it will only be a matter of time Until Nothing Remains.

Fear: The Quiet Apocalypse
by T. M. Edwards
$0.00, 313 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #8 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)

It’s black as obsidian.
It's shaped like an egg.
it's the size of a bus.

It’s also destroying the world.

A cloud of spores creeps outward across the US, reducing even the strongest people to whimpering puddles of fear.

Within days, the country is decimated. Except for a few survivors, everyone is dead. The streets echo with silence, while the beaches fester with the bodies of those so desperate to escape that they tried to swim across the oceans.

The only ones left untouched are those whose demons live inside their own heads.

Deidre is one of those people.

With her supplies dwindling and no hope of rescue, a mysterious broadcast leaves Deidre with the most difficult decision of her life: whether to stay and await certain death, or to set out across the US in a desperate bid for survival.

There’s just one question: will it be the wilderness, or the other survivors, that get her first?

Welcome to the quiet apocalypse.

Siren's Calling: Fantasy Dystopian Romance (The Cursed Seas Collection)
by Anna Santos
$0.00, 250 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #4 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
The seas are dying and are no longer safe for the siren people. Huge creatures called Titans attack, devouring the scarce resources. Incurable diseases affect the elderly siren population and living underwater becomes more difficult and more dangerous day by day.

When news of a magical stone arrives, the solution to their problems seems within reach, and Alayah is willing to leave behind her boyfriend and her foster mother if it means she can save her region.
A team of warriors is chosen, and led by Alayah, departs to recruit a mage to help them locate the Legacy Stone.

Recruiting the mage isn’t as easy as the elders foretold. Yet, in an unexpected turn of events, Alayah finds herself the focus of two gorgeous mages vying for her attention, willing to assist in her quest and attend to her every need.

Soon Alayah and her team discover they aren’t the only ones looking for the stone. A powerful mage wants to stop them and use the Legacy Stone for his own dark purposes.

Bonds will be forged, and trusts betrayed in this epic quest that leads sirens, humans, mages, and dark creatures into a race against time to find the powerful Legacy Stone and use it for either good or evil.

Siren female warriors, sexy mages, and dark creatures live in this dystopian world where the Black Magic threatens to destroy an already dying world. If you are a fan of Hunger Games, The 100, and Divergent, you'll love this one!

Siren’s Calling is a stand-alone, full-length, Reverse Harem, Dystopian novel in The Cursed Seas Collection.

Resonant: Book 3 in the Invasion Day series
by LC Morgans
$0.00, 230 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #72 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
In the year 3030, an alien race named the Thrakorian’s invaded Earth, and won.

Over twenty years later, the humans have finally discovered the truth behind their invasion, albeit too late. The Thrakorian’s weren’t on Earth to protect or to preserve the dying planet and its overpopulated race. They had an ulterior motive. The were there on a research mission, looking to their distant cousins for aspects of their DNA that might be used to help cure the Thrakorian’s of a vicious disease plaguing their kind—Ehrad.

Having taken what they wanted, they’ve left the Earth behind to die, along with billions of humans refused sanctuary on their home planet of Thrakor. And so, with their precious human cargo in tow, the Thrakorian’s are headed home with hopes of a better life for all those affected by the Ehrad disease once they reach it.

Aboard their mother ship, Kyra Millan has been stowed away by her boyfriend and Thrakorian superior, Thrayke. His plan is to keep her hidden while onboard and then sneak her home with him so they can be together, but all without the attentive eye of their leader, King Kronus, watching over them. Watching her.

If only things were that simple…

The Society: A YA Dystopian novel
by A I Knowles
$0.00, 240 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #40 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Human minds in android bodies.

What could possibly go wrong?

Alyss was raised in a walled compound, cared for by the Nandroids that run it. She’s never experienced anything outside the complex. Well, except for that small square of sky above the high walls of the exercise yard.

In just two months, Alyss will turn eighteen and her consciousness will be transferred into an android. Such is the way of the Society: giving its citizens bodies that will never age or decay, with the ability to experience the full range of human sensations. Who wouldn’t want immortality in a perfect body?

But when an equipment malfunction grants her a glimpse into the world beyond the walls, Alyss is thrown headlong into a race for her life.

The Society lied.

They aren’t putting her mind in an android body...they’re programming it to act like her. If they catch her, they will complete their plan, and Alyss herself will die.

An unexpected ally with questionable loyaties may hold the key to it all.

With humanity inside the walls on the verge of extinction, can Alyss trust another with her life?
Can she find the allies she needs to stop the Society’s genocide?

Their fate stands upon a knife’s edge, and one wrong move could plunge them all into destruction.

Hereafter: Book 4 in the Invasion Day series
by LC Morgans
$0.00, 210 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #56 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
In the year 3030 an alien species known as the Thrakorian’s attacked Earth, and won. They came on a research mission and in search of one thing, and one thing only—answers. The humans held the key to finding those resolutions and after searching relentlessly for over two decades, the Thrakorian’s finally found their cure.
Everything was going perfectly, until the scientist in charge of cultivating the vaccine steered things in a purely selfish direction. Greegis had manipulated them all into believing he had a stable serum within his reach, when in fact he had nothing.

Prince Kronus wants to find the solution with the help of his team of scientists dedicated to producing their cure. And while he’s at it, he might just find answers to some of the other questions stirring within him. Haunting him. Holding him back. Things that have nothing to do with his disease or the uncertainty of the future, but something else entirely, and it just happens that there is someone willing to help him. Someone who comes crashing into his life and ends up being unlike anyone he’s ever known before. A young woman who might penetrate that icy exterior at long last and help him be the type of leader he always wanted to be. The leader he knows he’s truly capable of becoming…

The Desert Sequence: Puatera Online bk 1-3
by Dawn Chapman
$0.00, 316 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #25 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
CONTAINS ALL 3 BOOKS of The Desert Sequence: Desert Runner, Desert Born, and Desert Storm.

Follow NPC Maddie on her journey of self-discovery. Through the deadly desert plains to the inner programming that makes her who she is.

by Stephen M Lynn
$0.00, 288 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #5 in Christian Futuristic Fiction
A novel about the return of Christ to our world, based on the book of Revelation, but in a more secular manner.

Mars Chronicles: The Complete Series
by Jasim M. Almardi
$0.00, 245 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #244 in Science Fiction Adventure
Why do we strive to explore, to travel, to go far and beyond?
Is it really in our nature, as humans, to want to discover what is beyond our line of sight? Or are we searching for somewhere that was once our real home?
The Mars Chronicles series brings you to a reality that may not be too far from the present. It brings you to a time when humans are no longer confined to a single planet, but rather, they have become a multi-planetary species. It brings you to a time when the red planet, Mars, has already been colonised for decades. Mars has become another home to humanity, a place where major settlements, known as PODS, have been built throughout, each serving a unique purpose.
But more specifically, Mars Chronicles tells you the story of a scientist named Aldrick Idramla as he wakes up to a world he no longer remembers, his memories somehow erased after an explosion in his workplace, PODS-6. The world he lives in becomes filled with too many unfamiliar familiar things. He would have to journey through Mars within a vessel he built, called a RAPTOR, in hopes of replenishing his supplies. All the while, getting to befriend the voice of his artificial intelligence driven assistant, Neo. And someone else he meets along the way, Elarya.
His journey would be bound to have an endless supply of unwanted surprises, one of them is Damon, who somehow, seems to be rather persistent in making Aldrick's life a living hell.
This is a story of survival.

Citizen Survivor Belles
by Old Bean Design
$0.00, 99 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
Welcome to the bizarre and nightmarish world of the Citizen Survivors. Not quite true and not quite false; not quite comedy and not quite horror.

‘Crumpet! Nothing distracts irksome men like crumpet!’, a drunken voice bellowed from Strangers' Bar. The voice would have probably been ignored, had it not happened to have belonged to a member of His Majesty's XXII Committee, who had recently dispossessed the parliamentarians in the 1940s and were keen to flex their muscles.

As a result, this inebriated idea was destined to become a reality. The Southern Herald newspaper was given the dubious task of resurrecting the provocative 'Page 7 Girls'. The concept of this being to titillate and distract the populace from the horrors of the day and, in the words of one merry member, ‘To keep the bastards quiet’.

Here then, against the backdrop of a defeated Britain destroying itself from within, is a collection of draft 'Page 7 Girls’. As you will see, they have been desperately cobbled together by a panicked editor and his team from what pictures, and models, still remained after the results of the Great Tribulation. The editor’s notes and comments have also been included.

Three Sisters: A Tale of Survival (Three Sisters Trilogy Book 1)
by Nikki Lewen
$0.00, 354 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
Three Sisters is meant for the big screen!

Riveting, corrosive, and disturbingly realistic—there’s something for everyone in the Three Sisters trilogy!

Just ask anyone who’s managed to survive and they’ll clearly remember the day the Enders crashed upon the world’s shores.

Sadie Larkin headed home to the safety of the mountains where the global catastrophe couldn’t reach her. But, in the wake of destruction, she’s left alone, isolated on an island, in the remnants of Northern California.

After a decade of solitude, everything changes when she stumbles upon a man from her past. He’s been severely beaten, lies unconscious, and is near death. Sadie is instinctively drawn to help and finds herself in a position to save much more than just him.

Nightshades Book One: Evelyne's Story (Kindle Publishing Series 1)
by Jim Peterson
$0.00, 75 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #104 in Two-Hour Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Evelyne Prewitt is a successful business woman, who is about to demonstration to the whole world just how powerful her government funded company (Prewitt Labs) has become. Today is the day she introduces "Instantaneous Rate of Travel" to the United States Air Force and goes down in history as the orchestrate who brought the world into an new age. The age of portal science and maybe even space travel. The only obstacle to Evelyne's successful demonstration lay caged up in a looped subroutine somewhere in the back of Prewitt Labs. The A.I., Issyk, who helped make all this happen, has started to act funny and even Evelyne Prewitt is afraid the virus might bring her whole operation down. What's the worst that can happen?

Eutopia: English edition
by Robert Corvus
$0.00, 11 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #15 in 15-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
A short story by award winning German science fiction and fantasy author Robert Corvus.

Nazir is a fisherman in Morocco, resisting the promise of Europe, the praised land in the north. This continent is a fortress, guarded by laser towers, and was the death of many hopeful men - including Nazir's father.
When Nazir notices a European chopper crashing on the shore, he suddenly is confronted with a task of humanity ...

Time of Darkness
by P. D. Montgomery
$0.00, 38 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #74 in One-Hour Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
The Sun disappears from the sky and the darkness arrives and changes the lives of everyone on Earth forever. When their neighbours leave to go to the city, the Hollingsworth family decide to stay at home and sit it out, hoping that things would soon return to normal. Their battle to stay alive is complicated by freezing temperatures and lack of food but things are about to get even tougher. Who or what is waiting in the darkness? Can they survive?

Invasion Day Series (4 Book Series)
by LC Morgans
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
From Book 1: “The human race will ultimately be responsible for its own demise. It is with great certainty that I alert you of this now, and you heed my warnings. What we have called the ‘benefits culture’ for hundreds of years has caused profound chaos to our world and its economy, and it is damage I fear we will not return from.” President of the USA, Harold Chant, the year 2465.


“We need to find alternative fuels and a cure for overpopulation. But short of a miracle or genocide, I fear it’s too late…” Queen Anastasia of England, the year 2989.


Against all foretelling and scientific proof, humans have ruined their home, Earth. Overpopulation and the misuse of valuable fossil fuels have resulted in the end of the world fast approaching, and many believe it might be too late to stop it.
With that fear very much in mind, in the year 3030, an alien race called the Thrakorian’s stepped in to take charge of the Earth and its inhabitants, but at a price.
Rather than leading by fear, the Thrakorian’s have ensured the loyalty and servitude of the human race through gratitude and a sense of purpose they’d been lacking for generations. But can their savior’s really be as generous as they seem?

Years later, and rebel forces are intent on bringing down their new governing race, and Earth’s new leader atop it. Loyal humans must fight against their own, but to what end, and for whose agenda?

Young Kyra Millan is a girl from the slums with a valuable mind. She’s intent on fighting her way up the social ladders and starting a new life based on her own merit, and will do anything it takes to reach her peak. Kyra also harbors a strange and unusual secret though, and it’s one she holds so precious it consumes her. Before long it becomes clear that all is not what it seems, but when you’re in too deep can you ever come back, and would you even want to?
Kyra must decide, and with everything on the line she’ll have to prove herself if she wants to survive.

Hidden Knowledge: Book 1 (Genesis IX Saga)
by ShaLee Michael Enabnit
$0.00, 211 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #403 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Join Knuveil and Narre as they unite the human race, and defeat the ancient darkness that destroyed Edden all those centuries ago.

Ever since Genesis IX‘s captain and crew made an emergency landing on this alien world, Edden, three hundred years ago, the crew has encountered a being called Ademon, who is not what he seems. Now Knuveil, a young woman the last remaining grandchild of a senior officer, uncovers the secrets of Ademon. With the help of a young man called Narre, one of the youngest sons of the captain, she leaves her home to gather aid from the other tribes to stop Ademon and free her people.

Newly Free Time Travel Kindle Books for 2019-04-22

T-Rexes & Tax Law (Time Travelling Taxman Book 1)
by Rachel Ford
$0.00, 201 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #1 in Time Travel Science Fiction
A routine tax fraud investigation. A strange lab. A mysterious button.

He shouldn’t have pushed the button. But Alfred Favero, senior analyst with the IRS, pushed the button. And now he’s 67 million years in the past, stranded out of time with a coworker who hates him and a bunch of tax cheats.

Oh, and then there’s the other inhabitants of his prehistoric home: the dinosaurs that want to make a meal of him. Things couldn’t get worse.

Until a mysterious visitor from an uncertain future shows up with murder on his mind…

(Cover by May Dawney Designs)

The Parallels of Time (Starion Saga Book 1)
by Andrew Kjar
$0.00, 397 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #4 in Time Travel Science Fiction
Time travel, parallel dimensions and mutants. All in a days work for Vaulkamier Starion and his special forces team fighting the evil Tyrraxian Empire. Utilizing his skills, mystical powers and his allies, he fights his half-brother, Emperor Damon Masters of the Tyrraxians in an effort to keep the Earth and the Universal Defense League from falling under their control.

PARAHAN: The Earth We Live on Has Been an Imprisonment System
$0.00, 317 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #166 in Time Travel Science Fiction

As soon as you start immersing yourself in the storyline that’s when the magic happens

- Book Review

PARAHAN is a bestselling science fiction in South Korean since it was published in the fall of 2013. The English edition of the book has been on Amazon since 2018.

[ Previous book reviews before an English version is published on Amazon ]
▪ I wish this book were a true story. I logged in at this late night because I so wanted to say this. The novel still lingers in my mind.
▪ It was easy to read and follow. I had goose bumps because the story reversed repeatedly in the later part. It made me think very many things. I salute to the imagination of the author.
▪ This book made me think a lot about existence. The storyline is so interesting that I finished a book at a sitting. I enjoyed it very much.
▪ I felt like it is a non-fiction. Fiction that will make you think! It is such a fun book.

After searching through blur images for a long time, he could find the memory of lying on the street.
I am sure I was about to die!

His confused face was filled with a smile now. He was holding a heavy sledgehammer in his right hand. He came as close as he could to finish the work he was about to do and wielded the sledgehammer in his hand.

Being born on the Earth was the beginning of his imprisonment. He forgot all the memories on Hoon and he grew up on the Earth and continued his imprisonment for 35 years. After he died by a car accident, he could escape from the Earth, or the prison camp.

Their number increased exponentially in a flash. In a short period of time, the black culcoons spread over the horizon and rapidly approached to them at a fast pace.

Before the Beast: Joanna and Atticus The Mini Memoirs (The Place Between Book 0)
by Johnathan Roth
$0.00, 24 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #70 in Time Travel Science Fiction
Joanna Vivian Meyrick and Atticus Weston Haynes III grew up in two, completely different worlds, maybe even different planets. This is their story. Joanna does everything off the cuff, her life is a bit of a She is spontaneous and gets herself into seemingly impossible situations. Joanna has had a rough life, but most of her mishaps are brought on by her clumsiness or absentminded nature. She takes everyone at face value and does not think anyone could betray her...until they do. And it always devastates her. Maybe she has no control of what happens to her and it has all happened to bring her to one defining moment in her life. Atticus is a methodical person, he likes everything in it's right place, but has been through tragedy in his life. He is rich, but he views money as nothing compared to what he has lost in his life. What brings Joanna and Atticus together is something out of the ordinary, something other worldly, something that only happens in dreams....or nightmares.

This short story is a prequel to the upcoming novelette, by Johnathan Roth, called The Place Between. It is a sneak peek at what lead up to the couple's meeting and their encounter with an unforeseen beast and a life altering chain of events.

Departure Point
by Rodolfo Del Toro
$0.00, 327 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #120 in War & Military Action Fiction (Kindle Store)
Tom Baker has spent most of his life building his company, E-Squared, into a technology powerhouse. Becoming in the process both a leader and a trendsetter in the high tech industry, not to mention more wealthy than he ever expected. But his success in not the product of a thirst for power nor wealth, he is instead driven by a secret obsession. Tormented by the death of his father, a marine during the Gulf War. Tom has spent more than twenty years trying to learn the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death, which had been deemed classified by the government. Enlisting the help of his sister, a reclusive scientist, a retired soldier and a somewhat unwilling physicist, Tom endeavors to not only learn where, how and why his father died, but he wants to go further. Tom wants to save his father, as unlikely as it may seem.

Another Time (Book 1)
by Emrys Apollo
$0.00, 116 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #24 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)

A musician in a famous symphonic orchestra on a tour of the world with his fellow instrumentalists, Daryl’s life is going exactly as planned – that is until everything is suddenly turned on its head in a second. When a fellow symphony member and the love of his life Moses vanishes from his life and Daryl finds himself stranded in a reality that looks very much like his own but with different turns of events and timeframes, he must find a way to make things right again. However, not everything is as it seems and the other members of the orchestra soon begin to suspect that something is amiss.

A Short Story: 9 Minutes To 1960
by Frank Günther
$0.00, 9 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #78 in 15-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Sue Erickson sat in her living room staring at the front window, waiting for her ride. She was nervous about her first day on the new job. She had relocated to Texas from Reno, Nevada, and still wasn’t sure she’d made the right decision—which was probably what kept her up half the night

Spatial Tirade
by Basit Khurshid
$0.00, 31 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
Neo noir fiction story that leads you to the edge and in the end keeps you thinking about the possibilities!
Time travel, wormholes and black holes, this book has it all.

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Lost Colony
by A.L. White
$0.00, 125 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #44 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
Wyatt Springfield just wanted to finish his last tour of duty and retire. Ordered on a secret mission at the far side of the known universe, Wyatt and the crew of the Cutlass travel to the corporate colony on the planet Volturnus 3 to search for answers to the riddle of the missing colonist, where they find the corporation's dark secrets.

Attack on Vulta Station
by Drew Avera
$0.00, 54 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Colonization

Aliens are on the attack. First stop—Vulta Station!

Joan Everett, captain of the USS Monolith, receives a distress call from the planet Corla’s primary defense, Vulta Station. Engaging her ship’s jump drive, they attempt to save the station from an attack by the Daliqians, an alien race humanity once defeated. As the Monolith retaliates, the ship takes severe damage, putting the crew at the brink of annihilation. Crippled to the point of no return, Captain Everett is forced into a decision that may jeopardize millions of lives.

She can only hope the price isn’t too steep if it stops the Daliqian invasion.

The Colony Starship
$0.00, 42 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Colonization
In the year 2260, Captain Wayland Morse commands Starship "The Colony" containing a colony of Earth's inhabitants to search the Milky Way Galaxy for a suitable new home planet in the event of an extinction event on Earth

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Alpha Centauri - Rise of the Kentaurus AIs (Aeon 14: Enfield Genesis Book 1)
by M. D. Cooper
$0.00, 259 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (50 reviews), #1 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)

The Sentience Wars may be won, but the battle is not over...

The Sentience Wars in Sol have come to an end. In the wake of war, refugees still flee to nearby stars, but there are sinister forces at work in Alpha Centauri who would turn their plight into profit.

None of this is apparent to an easygoing, self assured pilot-for-hire named Jason Andrews. Recently arrived from Proxima Centauri to visit his sister, he is sucked into a covert operation by a brother-in-law who is not who he seems. But then again, neither is Jason....

But the enemy they face has grown more powerful than any had expected, and the fate of the star systems' humans and AIs are at stake. Jason must engage in an all-out bid to save a world he's just getting to know, in a war he only just learned about.

The Dragons of Andromeda (The Imperium Chronicles Book 2)
by W. H. Mitchell
$0.00, 304 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Space Opera
Here there be dragons...

From sleeper ships long lost, two new royal houses are born. But in deepest, darkest space, other sleepers are beginning to stir. Will a usurper unleash unspeakable, Lovecraftian terror across the Andromeda galaxy?

Intrigue and horror, combined with interstellar assassins, robots, and meatballs, continue in Book Two of the Imperium Chronicles. Explore the stories of the Imperium and W. H. Mitchell’s dark, dry humor.

Pain of The Lone Spectre (The Silent Assassin Book 7)
by Adrian P.
$0.00, 282 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #225 in Space Opera Science Fiction
The Silent Assassin series is an epic heroic saga set in the 28th Century, filled with action, drama, political intrigue, superpower, and betrayal. The story revolves around a young mercenary caught amid a brewing interstellar revolution.

Book 07 concludes the arc that began in Book 06. The protagonist faces off against the true antagonist, but the war will not be so easily won.


Hope is the only difference between the world's saviour and its destroyer.

Konstantin Simonovsky has completed The Celestial Anvil, a weather-control superweapon capable of spawning a mega hurricane strong enough to flatten a megalopolis within hours. He tested it, and more than ten million civilians lost their lives.

Audi Prabian is hell-bent on stopping Konstantin from delivering Celestial Anvil back to Konstantin's true master, The Cypriot Brotherhood, a spacefaring civilization which aims to conquer The Crowned Confederacy and forcefully impose their system. Together with his allies: Bryant McGowan, Charlotte Payne, Christina Casillas, and Rachele Ciano, they aim to ambush Konstantin's convoys and destroy the superweapon.

However, Konstantin unleashes his true power and pushes them back. With the planet engulfed in civil unrest, they have no reinforcement, and it is only hours until Konstantin fires his superweapon upon the next major city.

In this arc finale, The Bandana Boy's faith in humanity will be tested when he realized Konstantin's justification for a massacre. Will he save humanity regardless, or will he stand still and watch Celestial Anvil unleashes its wrath once more?

The Godsend Series (3 Book Series)
by Timothious Smith
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Space Opera
From Book 1: What do two alien races, planet Earth, memory lost, secret organizations, angels, magic, demons, space flight, spirits and the hope of all mankind have in common?
His name is D`ae but on Earth he is known as Kirk Alexander Doyle. Sent to earth on a secret mission to save Earth from with in D`ae is captured and his memory is wiped. His handlers have been trying to contact him for years with no result. The United Earth Bureau of Investigation is out to capture him. The leader of an opposing Alien race wants him dead. Kirk is just trying to understand why he has all these powers that make him different from everyone else.

Follow D`ae in his adventures in this introduction to the Godsend Series.

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Prophet of the Badlands (The Awakened Book 1)
by Matthew S. Cox
$0.00, 422 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (49 reviews), #2 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
For most twelve-year-olds, being kidnapped is terrifying. For Althea, it’s only Tuesday.

Her powers of healing make her a precious commodity in the Badlands, a place where the strong write the law in blood. For as long as she can remember, she has lived either as a possession or a goddess. Althea contents herself with captivity as long as she can help others, even those who killed to own her.

After three whole months in the same village, the friendship of a young warrior makes her feel almost like a member of the tribe rather than a prisoner. Alas, raiders seize her yet again. For the first time in six years, being stolen hurts.

Following a reluctant escape, she questions if she should dare risk using her powers to defend herself, and those she has come to love. Her attempt to return to the tribe leaves her lost and alone and, for the first time in her life, trying to stay free.
Alas, two threats far beyond her experience to understand also hunt her. One wishes to use her for his grand scheme—and one wants to destroy her.

Classic Technology Fiction Stories For New Generation Reader In Destiny: Sci-Fi Bridge authentic Anthology collection
by Luich Piter
$0.00, 43 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #152 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
Sci-Fi Bridge authentic Anthology collection

Jinn (Djinn Rebellion Book 1)
by Jessica Cage
$0.00, 273 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (36 reviews), #1 in Dystopian Science Fiction
In a post-apocalyptic world, the earth is divided, and magic rules all. The strongest of which, is about to be challenged.

For centuries, Jinn has watched from afar as the powers that be, fought to claim a part of the world as their own. With no stake in the game, the djinn remained a powerful but neutral party. That was until an old friend presents Jinn with an offer he can’t refuse. The love he thought he’d lost forever is still alive, and he has the map to her location.

Mike wants his people freed from the slums and Jinn has the power to make that happen. In return for his aid, Mike will lead the quest into the darkest corner of the earth to find her.

With a new player on the field, everyone is on edge and for good reason. Jinn will go to hell and back for the woman he loves, and he’ll destroy anyone who gets in his way.
Jinn is book 1 of the Djinn Rebellion Series, a Paranormal Urban Fantasy series USA Today Best-Selling Author, Jessica Cage.

If you like powerful men, second chance love stories, and epic fight scenes with dragons, well you’re going to LOVE Jinn.
Grab your copy today and find out just how far he will go to save the woman he loves!

The Loyalty of Water
by Stephani Martin
$0.00, 444 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #84 in Dystopian Science Fiction
They are unbearably beautiful.
They do not age.
They do not die but by violence.
They are the undefeated military of an ancient race.

Immortal men serve a King abused by rumors and propaganda planted by a devious and wicked adversary, his sister Lady Mea. Devoted to her passion for power, she has created a gender war armed by an infertility curse used to punish society until she gets what she wants. Magic is her weapon of choice against uniformed officers who are worn out and defamed – but not defeated. Attempting to return balance and normalcy to the realm, the military attempt to return a banished heir who might be able to break the curse and thwart the plans of the grasping Lady Mea. Instead of raising weapons to the women who blindly follow her, they hope to gain the loyalty of a female they might be able to serve. While fighting the armies of Hell and enduring the civil war between genders, they hope to survive by gaining THE LOYALTY OF WATER.

The Great Hearts
by David Oliver
$0.00, 324 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (32 reviews), #7 in Military Fantasy (Kindle Store)
SPFBO 2018 semi-finalist

"I am what the Emperor made me. Monster."

Calidan Darkheart is an Imperator, a self-professed killer and an adept hunter of the creatures that most citizens of the Empire do not realise exist. Together with his hulking companion Cassius, he hunts the beast that slaughtered their home village.

Pity those who find themselves in their path.

Once, Calidan and Cassius were bright young boys, living peaceful, happy lives until the day everything changed. Embarking on a journey of survival, they face adventure fraught with danger, strange magic and dark deeds. Unbowing and undaunted they push forward, striving for power, making lifelong friendships along the way, and above all else, discovering the truth behind the magnificent, mythical Great Hearts.

Young Calidan is a boy full of hope and courage, driven by the past but not ruled by it.
Old Calidan is a bitter and twisted killer of monsters and men, his past haunting his dreams.

This is his story.

The first instalment of a new series, David Oliver’s debut novel features morally ambiguous heroes, mythical beasts and strange magic in an unputdownable, grimdark, coming-of-age adventure. Following in the footsteps of authors such as Mark Lawrence, Joe Abercrombie and Brian McClellan, pick up a copy today and be enraptured by The Great Heart's melding of gritty, vivid action with the soft, warm purr of a gigantic panther.


"Grimdark Eragon meets military school bromance," Coffee Archives

"Action scenes so well described you would swear you can feel the swish of the blade, the bite of the edge...up there with Kings of the Wyld and Blackwing," The Book Wyrm Speaks

"I know for sure that Mr. Oliver has a bright future as an author. The story he wrote in The Great Hearts is nothing short of fantastic. The story that he tells however was even more impressive...the narration was spot on. As a narrator I would put him in my top 5 favourites alongside Michael Kramer, Kate Redding, Nick Pohdel and Wil Wheaton." Jetpacksndragons

“An unexpected pleasure to excellent adventure,” Two Bald Mages (Steve)

“What Mr Oliver has done with this story and the characters within is nothing short of puts to shame some big name authors,” Two Bald Mages (Keith)

Fesarius: The Murdered World
$0.00, 74 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #31 in Two-Hour Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
"The Murdered World" is the second science fiction novel in the author's Fesarius series. The author has reimagined the Star Trek universe with elements of Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, a hint of The Orville and a boatload of common sense. The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, National Geographic are also included for good measure. Military accuracy is enhanced to create a read that is both comfortably familiar yet completely new.

After their success at the Semnorian Homeworld, starship Fesarius is ordered to investigate a newly discovered solar system. The automated FTL probe reported that it has nine planets that have been heavily mined, and the second planet is emitting an incredibly large radiation signature. In fact, the radiation coming from the second planet is 540% greater than its own star! There are just four lightspeed radio signals coming from that second planet as well; those signals are just blank carrier waves, and it is the task of Fesarius to find out what is going on in there. What horrors will Fesarius discover? This answer and more will be found within the pages of "The Murdered World."

The Gods Among Us (Divine Masquerade Series Book 1)
by D. C. Belton
$0.00, 283 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #1 in Children's Sword & Sorcery Fantasy Books
Could you forgive a god for drowning your mother,
if forgiving her made you immortal?

Pallas is a lonely teen from a backwater village on a forgotten shore. She really doesn’t believe in the gods except to peevishly blame them for drowning her mother. But she’s forced to shelve her moody cynicism when she accidentally rescues an obnoxious cat.

Suddenly caught in a celestial war, Pallas must do the unthinkable – champion the very goddess she hates. Masquerading as a mythic princess, she convinces everyone she’s a child of Atlantis.

Yet nothing can save her from certain doom, when the Volcano god reaches out to slay her. For how can a mortal fight a god?

D. C. Belton creates an emotional world as elegant as it is deadly: where mortals fall prey to passionate gods and a slave proves stronger than craven nobility.

Incarnate: Existence
by Thomas Harper
$0.00, 613 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #4 in Science Fiction Adventure
Being the only immortal being in existence, reincarnated every time they die, life has been lonely for Marcy Riviera, her current incarnation. Attempts to live a normal life are difficult when carrying the psychological baggage of humanities brutal past and the question of why reincarnation happens to her and only her.
Marcy thought things would be better when she found out she wasn't the only one who experiences this. But after finding another, as time progresses, they both realize that they may be around for a very long time.
Navigating the accelerating pace of technological innovation and the strange questions of their own existence, both of these mysterious beings must figure out a way to ensure that the future is not one of pain and misery. Meanwhile, they begin to uncover a mysterious worldwide conspiracy that entangles politics, organized crime, and bizarre human experimentation.
In part one of this three part series, you will get a glimpse at what the future might possibly behold for these beings and the rest of humanity.

Where the Strangers Live
by Oliver Phipps
$0.00, 69 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (35 reviews), #10 in Two-Hour Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
When a passenger plane disappears over the Indian Ocean in autumn 2013, a massive search gets underway.

A deep trolling, unmanned pod picks up faint readings and soon the deep-sea submersible Oceana and her three crew members are four miles below the ocean surface in search of the black box from flight N340.

Nothing could have prepared the submersible crew for what they discover and what happens afterwards. Ancient evils and other world creatures challenge the survival of the Oceana’s crew. Mysteries of the past are revealed, but death hangs in the balance for Sophie, Troy and Eliot in this deep-sea Science Fiction thriller.

Legends of Tarthirious: The Complete Collection
by Zachariah Dracoulis
$0.00, 853 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #4 in Dungeons & Dragons Gaming
The complete Legends of Tarthirious saga in one, heavily discounted collection.

The Adventures of Electra Sittie, 2025
by Melanie Zuben
$0.00, 230 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #7 in Eastern European Literature (Kindle Store)
Q: Why would anybody want to destroy an insignificant young artist from Sunburnt City?
A: Have you ever been in bed with a flea?

The Year is 2025. Electra Sittie has an inquiring mind. She's on a mission to expose vindictive cyber criminals, who are threatening the country of her origin, Rafinaltland. With the help of her dog, "I-Bite-U" and her cat, "I-Scratch-U", they embark on an adventure to save the remaining "Rafinalts" before their country's final destruction. Electra is devoted to the principles of justice, however she loses herself in a relationship with I-Play-U and becomes the victim of her own passion.

Monster: Monster of Earth Book Three
by Patrick F. Johnson
$0.00, 298 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #15 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
As Custodian of Earth, Frank Ford put the planet on the galactic map and has unfortunately drawn the attention of the Gotian Empire.

The crime lord Korick has bought the Gotian government and intends to exploit various species for profit. Nobody messes with the Gotes. Nobody messes with the Bugs, except for the Gotes. Earth is caught in the middle.

The Monster is unleashed again as Frank is forced to serve out this duties as Custodian. A new threat emerges and the stakes are raised as a terrible death is almost guaranteed for anyone who crosses the Gotes.

Empires are destroyed, rebuilt, and destroyed again.

Will Frank's ultimate sacrifice be enough to save the Earth?

The Island - A Dystopian Survival Adventure Novel (The Island Series Book 1)
by Kellee L. Greene
$0.00, 230 pages, 3.7 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #4 in Teen & Young Adult Sci-Fi Action & Adventure eBooks
When there's nowhere to run

Holly lived in a gloomy, miserable world where she and her family, like so many others, had been left to rot. To be forgotten. For the people that lived there, every day was a struggle, and even though it would have been easy to give up, she didn't. Her family depended on her.

But all that changes when Holly wakes up on a mysterious beach with several other strangers. She has no idea where she is, but she knows she's a long way from home.

Desperate to find answers and get back to her family, she must do whatever it takes before it’s too late.
The Island is a page-turning dystopian adventure that will have you on the edge of your seat. Please note this series does feature an RH romance.  Grab your copy today and discover the secrets of The Island.  

Guardian (The Egan Universe Book 1)
by T. Verd
$0.00, 263 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #86 in Hard Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
On the First of March 2047, the world changed. Now, thirty-eight years later, while most of the global community struggle to survive, US dominance is preserved by an agency so aggressively secretive that anyone who looks too hard turns up dead. Or worse.

The ultimate enforcers of this agency are known as Guardians. You don’t get to be a Guardian, you are bred to be a Guardian. In-vitro DNA tweaks make you stronger, faster, and smarter. High-tech implants include a battle computer AI that can control your emotions. And your training covers every act of violence possible, using every weapon imaginable, all so you can deliver overwhelming force on those who threaten the status quo.

But the dark tends to secrets, and secrets corrode. As a young Guardian finds when a seemingly routine assignment in San Francisco unexpectedly pivots. With civilians in the firing line, and the body count growing, it seems his enemies are always a step ahead. Taught to see patterns that others miss, the assignment is a jigsaw of missing pieces.

Then, just when he thinks there is nothing left to reveal, he suddenly finds himself with no option but to confront the ugly truth at the core of his very being.

This is the opening sequence of the ‘The Egan Universe’, a hard science series spanning hundreds of years of a future for mankind that we hope we never see.

Love is Strange (Timeline 10/27/62 Book 2)
by James Philip
$0.00, 237 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (31 reviews), #32 in Alternative History
The Cuban Missiles Crisis didn’t end peacefully and the 'swinging sixties' didn't happen.

On Saturday 27th October 1962 American and Soviet geopolitical brinkmanship resulted in the most terrible war in human history. The forever changed world that remained when the thermonuclear fires had burned themselves out is the world of ‘Timeline 10/27/62’.

Love is Strange is Book 2 of the alternative history series Timeline 10/27/62.

Love is Strange picks up the story a year and a month after the terrifying events in Operation Anadyr, Book 1 of the Timeline 10/27/62 Series. In a partially devastated world in which people are beginning to discover what actually happened and who their friends really are, chaos and disintegration threaten and old allies drift like sleepwalkers towards new wars.

The USA has assumed a new global hegemony and written off its old European allies. Therein lie the seeds of a generational conflict but nobody in Washington wants to hear that kind of news, or recognise that the laurels of victory might in time come to crush the seemingly invincible American eagle.

In a Britain ravaged by nuclear war in which the survivors are struggling to come to terms with the cataclysm questions are being asked about the reasons why; and how what remains of the nation will survive in the new world. Out of the catastrophe new leaders are beginning to emerge and there is a growing consensus that one day there will be a reckoning.

* * *

Why Timeline 10/27/62? Because that date is a very significant date in my life and in the lives of everybody else in the world alive today because on Saturday 27th October 1962 World War III almost started. World War III probably wouldn’t have lasted very long because one side would have been swiftly obliterated in the first 24 hours of a cataclysm that would have left vast tracts of the Northern Hemisphere uninhabited and uninhabitable for decades to come. Perhaps, a quarter of the world’s population would have died in the firestorm or in the starvation and the plagues that would have ensued in the following weeks and months.

The ‘Cuban Missiles’ War would have been a Man made global catastrophe like no other in human history. In the aftermath, the USA, mourning the dead in half-a-dozen wrecked cities would have been the last major industrial and military power left standing. That world could never, ever be the world we know today.

How close did we actually come to the edge of the abyss? Much closer than most people like to contemplate. On Saturday 27th October 1962, north east of Cuba, the commander of Soviet submarine B-59 had to be talked out of firing a nuclear-tipped torpedo at the American destroyer USS Beale. That’s how close we came to World War III!

In that era Soviet naval doctrine governing the deployment of tactical nuclear weapons onboard a warship at sea required the authorisation of three officers: the captain, the executive officer, and the vessel’s political officer. B-59’s political officer, Ivan Semonovich Maslennikov signed off on starting World War III but fortunately for us all, the submarine’s second-in-command, Captain 2nd Rank Vasili Arkhipov, dissented and Armageddon was narrowly averted.

Love is Strange, set a little over a year after the cataclysm, is the first full chapter of the story of what happened after Vasili Arkhipov failed to prevail upon Valentin Grigorievitch Savitsky to see reason.

Welcome to the Timeline 10/27/62 World.

Book 1: Operation Anadyr
Book 3: The Pillars of Hercules
Book 4: Red Dawn
Book 5: The Burning Time
Book 6: Tales of Brave Ulysses
Book 7: A Line in the Sand
Book 8: The Mountains of the Moon

Books in the Timeline 10/27/62 – USA Series:
Book 1: Aftermath
Book 2: California Dreaming
Book 3: The Great Society
Book 4: Ask Not of Your Country

by D. James
$0.00, 371 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #68 in War & Military Action Fiction (Kindle Store)
Seven amnesiacs awaken in the middle of a war between humanity and horde of killing machines commandeered by a malicious biomass. Each wielding elemental weaponry that draws from their own bodies, they must stake their survival on their ability to analyze their enemies and make the best use of their limited power to exploit their weaknesses. With each ambush they survive, their power grows, and their memories return. However, the more they remember of one in their group, the more his brutal past begins to gnaw at his squadmates' trust. Does the end justify the means? What's the difference between a killer and a murderer? And to what depth of darkness can the human heart descend before it becomes unable to find its way back?

Rise of the Rebellion: Book Two of the Falconcrest Chronicles
by J. Traveler Pelton
$0.00, 145 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #13 in Alternative History
Lucan and Amanda, still in the first year of their marriage, await the birth of their first child. When Lucan's Brother Isaac is released from the Eternity Prison by a disgraced wizard named Shadowblade, Lucan is called back by the King and Clansman to use his powers to rescue 24 kidnapped heirs of the clans and the Kingdom. Joined by a talkative dragon magivore called Gisella, surrounded by his wolfpack and joined in the fight by the wizards of Aisenbald, can he manage to recover all the children before they are sacrificed to the Myst and the Kingdom falls into Chaos?

by Don Taylor
$0.00, 216 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #214 in Family Life Fiction (Kindle Store)
“Do we all live on tracks we were born to?” thinks Lionel. He lives in town, works in a dull job, and has a flat in the same block that houses his highly promiscuous junkie sister and other oddball characters. Various incidents produce an unexpected happening that allows him to return to live with his cross-dressing Dad at his family's country home, taking his sister with him in the hope of weaning her off her precarious lifestyle. The storyline features sex, prostitution, violence, betrayal, and the odd twists and turns of family life. As Lionel works through the conflicts of a steady stream of discoveries, he steadily emerges from his shell and, although astonished by events, ends up feeling more sure of himself.

The Girl Fights
by Kelcey Coe
$0.00, 202 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Science Fiction
During Spring Break, out to prove she's the best, a wicked femme fatale jeopardizes the fashion show, luring its participants into a deadly mixed martial arts model mash-up called The Girl Fights, ultimately pitting hungry models inside brutal MMA cage fights to the death for their shot at fame and fortune.

Kuba: The Birth of a Super Powerful AI (Rogue Hackers Book 0)
by John Minx
$0.00, 57 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #9 in AI & Semantics

Learn or Die . . .

A 10,000 word short featuring Kuba - the AI from The Rogue Hackers Series. As the story begins, we're plunged into the murky Moscow underworld as the Soviet State Collapses, and a brilliant mathematician rewrites the rules of what is possible for artificial intelligence. But as the stunning machine develops ever more incredible capabilities, it reaches the attention of the Russian mob and sparks a gang war between rival factions; even as the KGB hovers in the background ready to seize this synthetic miracle and make it a soldier of the state.

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Notes and Tips

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.

Free book searches on Amazon

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.

Reddit Groups

There are two Reddit groups that regularly have free Kindle books listed:

Kindle Freebies
Free E-Books


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 Magazine

Galaxy Science Fiction was an American digest-size science fiction magazine, published from 1950 to 1980, and they are now offered free online:

​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.