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Eppington: THE GUARDED SECRET (Hewey Spader Cozy Mystery Series Book 1)
by Tanya R. Taylor
$0.00, 185 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #23 in Letters & Correspondence
"WOW! A totally different type of cozy mystery. Definitely looking forward to more!!!"

"I liked the characters who were varied and interesting, especially the canines."

With a sense of urgency, four close friends return to their respective homes only to discover that nothing is quite the way they'd left it. Their family members are behaving strangely and their dogs, in particular, are far different than they ever imagined could be possible.

Will Hewey, Rob, Jason and Samantha get to the bottom of what's really going on in the town of Eppington? And if so, will they be able to fix what seems like the impossible?

A brand new, exciting cozy conspiracy by award-winning author Tanya R. Taylor!

"A brilliant storyteller!" - Amazon customer

Discovery of Humanity: Humanity Series: Book 1
by C.K. Butler
$0.00, 215 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #116 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
Within this action-packed and terrifying adventure is the idea that the first encounter with an alien species will come with great misunderstanding - on both sides.

Beginning with the murder of the Millan family in the mountains of West Virginia by invisible, hunt-crazed aliens, this is the story of how the surviving members continue their life and death battle against an advanced species. Where do these creatures come from and why would they mindlessly pursue humans as prey. What happens when the FBI and the US military get in the mix? And what problems occur when the biology of the aliens and humans are a little too similar?

Thaddeus and Cal, two generations of the Millan family, must discover answers to these questions in order to safeguard their loved-ones and those under their protection. The events of their struggle include the slaughter of both species, the capture of an alien, a dangerous and deadly infection, a wild descent down an alien infested mountain road, and a cataclysmic battle with the US Military.

Space Zombie 2
by Don Nieve
$0.00, 40 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #173 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
(The part before this short story, "Space Zombie", is available free of charge. Thank you!)
It all started with a virus that spread through the Earth, it was an uncontrollable pandemic. A slightly more virulent flu was called. Governments closed borders, not too many people were infected and died, the world economy stopped for a long time... That was not the biggest problem.

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by Chris Lodwig
$0.00, 335 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #5,605 in Dystopian Fiction
For generations, a sentient AI has watched over the world and solved all of humanity’s problems. It was an era of objectivity, social equality, and ecological recovery.

It should have been a golden age.

Now, three strangers are on a pilgrimage through the arid lonely sagelands and underpopulated cities of the Systemic era on their way to the seemingly innocuous town of Prower. There, they will uncover the secrets that lay buried beneath the town and learn the truth about their half-remembered pasts. In the end, they must choose between their sanity or solving humanity’s final and most intractable problem.

What readers are saying:

Systemic is a new kind of AI story, that shows both the promise and peril of sentient AI. It manages to be both dystopian and utopian, big picture, and very, very human. This is a novel that asks important questions about what we as humans want – and invites you to answer them for yourself.
-Ramez Naam, Author of the Nexus Series

Systemic is a refreshingly optimistic version of an AI-fueled dystopian future. It’s like watching an episode of Black Mirror without having to drink yourself to sleep.
-Carly Jayne – Love Like Salt

Akropolis: Sanctuary
by HC Edwards
$0.00, 360 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #527 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
The final chapter of the Akropolis series finds the city facing an imminent threat, information privy to a handful of citizens that have the power to affect the future of their civilization. The council has a plan that could save the species and preserve their way of life. The cost will be high and there will be sacrifice, the outcome anything but certain.There is hope, however, as Quentin, Misao, Mia, Trey, and Claire discover the truth of the danger that lies beneath their city, but while they take action to correct the mistakes of the past, their choices could also lead to the very extinction of the species.The fate of all lies in the hands of these few.Either the end is near or it is just the beginning of a new era for humanity...for Akropolis.

Her Dark Matter Necklace
by Robert Albo
$0.00, 166 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #43 in Metaphysical Fiction
When Alice Blair is accepted to the world-renowned St. Robert’s high school, she figures it must be a mistake. She’s an orphan from the Midwest, alone, with nothing special about her. But on her fifteenth birthday, the headmaster gives her a necklace, and she begins to dream of weird worlds. Alice learns that as she sleeps, her consciousness actually explores the dark matter universe of Thronos, the universal spirit. As he reveals the science of dark matter, the human soul, and other mysteries, he gives her a monumental task: bring beauty to your world.

During her visits, Alice meets Reina, an alien child from an underwater planet who has been given the same task. Together they learn that beauty can be many things, like a mother’s love for a child, compassion for others, art— almost anything that gives you that good feeling in your soul. While they struggle to accomplish Thronos’ difficult task, Alice’s mission and her life are thrown into jeopardy when her connection to the dark universe is discovered. But what she doesn’t know is that she is playing the key role in St. Robert’s prophecy. If she fails, humanity will perish in flames and ashes.

HER DARK MATTER NECKLACE is a fast-paced metaphysical novel and is the first book of a planned three book series.

Nothing Personal: West Hills Season One
by R. T. W. Lipkin
$0.00, 402 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (24 reviews), #131 in Dystopian Science Fiction

When civilization ends, the struggle for power begins

Since the Collapse, there’s no such thing as “family” anymore. Now people’s lives are structured into “corporations”—groups of people who have been forced together without their consent.

Everything must be done for “the greater good”—that is, those at the top. As the architects of the system, they have total control over everyone inside it.

Arriving at her new corporation in West Hills, Addyson assumes her post is a promotion. Yet she soon discovers it’s nothing of the sort.

But she has far bigger problems: one of the most powerful members of corporate society wants her dead.

It’s nothing personal—he’s just willing to dispose of anyone who stands in his way . . . and Addyson is right in his crosshairs.

Read the first book of this exciting new dystopic series right now!

Nothing Personal is the first season in the West Hills saga. Up next is Nothing Sacred, the second season.

Broken Magic: The Demon's Decree Book 4
by Rory B. Byrne
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #85 in Time Travel Science Fiction
Mo Kane was a friendly tour guide from the city of Grahwood, Wessing Territory, on the planet of Rohavoake. She had lived her life secluded from the secrets of the other two territories of her world — the middle territory, called Semweisse, and the eastern territory, known as Essidel. Before Mo’s time, the three territories were completely sealed off from each other by two magical barriers called World Rims, which were impossible to pass through. Wessing is where people went to live away from magic. The nearest World Rim was the only magic many people in the western territory ever saw.
Thus, she grew up and lived her life, never seeing what magic could do. Then, her father died, and no perpetrator could be found. Instead, the only clue Mo had was a strange insect she had never seen before that her father had left behind in a jar on his desk. In investigating her father’s mysterious death, she found herself suddenly in the midst of a strange foreigner claiming, impossibly, to be from across the World Rim, a group of assassins, and a strange creature unlike any animal she had ever seen.
Mo sought the help of her sister, Janika, who is the Captain of the City Guard, and her old friend, Sorcha, who her father had known and trusted. Her lackadaisical lifestyle was shaken up as she discovered that her friends weren’t who she thought they were, and who she could really trust came under question.
The foreigner, Kyle Greenhand, really did cross through the World Rim, and it turned out he was more than just a handsome traveler; he was a blood hunter. Furthermore, Mo’s close friend Sorcha was a powerful warlock. The two of them revealed to Mo that she was, in fact, the Worldbuilder foretold in prophecy, and Sorcha gave her a magical artifact called the world well. This device allowed Mo to travel instantaneously.
By using it, the trio escaped to Semweisse to figure out why the World Rims were failing, why demon familiars were getting through, and what all this had to do with a mysterious demon master called Amobis Kai. Unintentionally, however, another friend of Mo’s, a city guard named Yoni, ended up on the other side of the world well with them. Yoni and Sorcha set off to find answers to help Mo on her quest, and she and Kyle headed to a tribal village of people called the Durgers. There, the tribal oracles revealed the location of an artifact called Bazoth’s Gate, which was necessary to defeat Amobis Kai. Mo and Kyle leapt through the world well to meet the guardian of this artifact, who turned out to be a less-than-friendly warlock who escaped with it again.
In trying to find him and Bazoth’s Gate, Mo overheard her sister conspiring with a member of Amobis Kai’s guards. To protect the secrets of a parchment their father had given Mo, she decided to burn the parchment. Unfortunately, she was recognized by Janika’s commander, who unintentionally followed her and Kyle through the world well back to Semweisse.
Now, Mo must convince Commander Janson to switch his allegiance and help her defeat the agents of evil and chaos…

Thread Twice Cut
by Bryan Costales
$0.00, 226 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #68 in Alternative History
Imagine Frankenstein's monster but created by an alien machine where each piece of his flesh acted as a DNA key. Imagine a man who died in 1986 and was resurrected 300 years later into just such a patchwork body. This is the story of Puppet, the only man who could die in a world of immortality. Follow Puppet's adventure as he races against time to save the life of an immortal woman, before this strange world kills him. A world where death was forbidden and rules were made up by a select few. This is a story about mortality, art, love, unusual relationships, and a place where people can choose to reincarnate into augmented bodies or bizarre creatures.

Men and Machines II: punks and postapocalypticans
by Charlie Nash
$0.00, 74 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #54 in Steampunk Science Fiction
In a future of corporatized agriculture, a fault-finder corners an unusual saboteur. A quantum-damaged man considers destroying his enemies – but at what cost? A soldier in a freezing steam-demon world finds a life-changing prize in the snow. A boy befriends an indentured dragon and ushers in the carbon age.

Combining technical curiosity and classic storytelling, Charlie Nash’s second collection celebrates cyberpunk, steampunk and postapocalyptic fiction, including “Alchemy & Ice”, shortlisted for the Aurealis Award for Best Science Fiction Short Story.

Colton McCrady and The Lost Civilization
by Shane Milton
$0.00, 277 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #87 in Superhero Fantasy eBooks
An attack on Earth and several other planets causes chaos in many forms. For many the end only serves to create panic and turmoil for all. Colton McCrady and his brother Quinton are thrust upon their own adventures as a group of planet destroyers are headed straight for Earth. With everything lost, all hope depends on a lone boy and a new discovery.

On a distant Planet
At the Edge of the Cosmos
Lies our Last Best Hope

David: A Simple Search for Entertainment Turns Deadly. The Third Book in the "Imminent Future" series
by J. A. Simmons
$0.00, 107 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #169 in Science Fiction Adventure
Now that New Helena has been saved from extinction by Jorra and company, they try to get back some of the "normal" life that the people of Earth had experienced before the war. A mission to find television sets takes our team to the Mall of America, where a simple search for entertainment turns into tragedy...

The Horseman's Dream
by A. J. Reid
$0.00, 228 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
“Lots of fascinating ideas” – Will Self

“One of the best books I’ve read in ages. I really love the pace of it and it just completely sucked me in. Barely noticed where we were and that last line was so poignant.” – Jade G

The Horseman’s Dream is a dystopian vision of near-future Britain – now a tiny archipelago, courtesy of climate disaster. A fascist media mogul seizes power via VR, cymatics and hallucinogenics, altering the fabric of reality and waging psychological warfare to consolidate her power. Elevated areas that survived the floods provide a base for resistance, while Sheffield becomes the new capital. Dartmoor is designated a red zone for deportation of political enemies and diseased, while Exmoor houses the criminally insane. The prefix “Great” is but a distant memory for Britannia.

The isles’ last hope rests in the hands of a suicidal neuropsychiatrist, a chaplain with too much blood on his conscience and an ex-Royal Marine who eats seagulls for breakfast.

Will they stop the transmission of The Horseman’s Dream before it plunges this once green and pleasant land into an apocalypse of the soul?

#PsychologicalHorror #Existential #Speculative #Dystopian #Esoteric #Adventure #Occult

2525 - The End: World through the eyes of an alien
by Rajashakher Intha
$0.00, 33 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #42 in One-Hour Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
This book takes you through a journey of the year 2525 AD, where mankind has terraformed the planet Mars to hold life in full capacity. Witness the extinction level event of planet Earth and discover the reason behind it, explore how aliens played their part in keeping the world together for centuries without being noticed.

Watch the world through the eyes of an alien, learning the known and unknown threats involved in the extinction of the planet earth by visiting the historic events that age back to the 15th century and beyond. See what the future technology holds for humans and how we all fit in this equation.

That Bible Warning: Do Not Be Deceived (The Way Sect Book 1)
by Sharon Lee Johnson
$0.00, 51 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
Sara comes home, only to find her friends have turned her apartment in to den for Satan. Drinking, smoking and witchcraft being preformed, Sara pushes the Ouija board onto the floor.
Her best friends and roommates whom she loved dearly, but couldn't deal with the fact that they all have turned their back on God. They have been deceived, even though the Bible has warned His people what was going to happen.
She was not about to denounce her faith, even if that meant death.

Jake was steps away from making Sara his wife, that was until, the world changed overnight, as state run media took over, creating fear in everyone, as churches were burned, Bibles burned and if you would not denounce your faith, you would be arrested, hanged or burned at the stake. Jake didn't stand by Sara, and now he was torn between society that offered sins of the flesh, now legal or follow his heart and protect Sara, even if it meant he would die.

Ivar has become popular as he has gotten all the nations to sign a thirty day of peace, as a peace treaty was being worked out. Some thought he was a savior of the world, Sara saw Ivar as the Anti-Christ, waiting for the Believers to denounce their faith or to be killed. She had to warn her friends, before they get the Mark.

Sara and Jake go on their own journey to find what is in their heart before the Bible Prophecies come to pass.

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The King's Ancestors: Book Two in the Trilogy of Glenfair (The Kingdom of Glenfair 2)
by Robin Simmons
$0.00, 281 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #18 in Time Travel Science Fiction
The Ancestors of a King!
For a thousand years the kingdom knew peace and was protected from outside attacks until the Wickshields gained access through treachery and almost overran the little kingdom of Glenfair. If it were not for prince Raven who was now king, the battle would have been lost. His special abilities and leadership helped defeat the Wickshields and restore the land to its peace and security. But now a new threat had come upon the kingdom, the enemy of the ancients whom they fled to begin this great kingdom had arrived. It was only a matter of time before the enemy found out where the ancients had fled and destroyed them. If that happened the kingdom of Glenfair as Raven knew it would cease to exist! King Raven, along with his sister Lorriel and his best friend Andrew must somehow find the ancients in a time long forgotten and learn how to stop the evil enemy before he destroys the ancients and erases the kingdom of Glenfair from history!

The Chosen (The Rooms' Series, Book 2)
by Bob Stegner
$0.00, 244 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #30 in Time Travel Science Fiction

Earth had been laid to waste and abandoned over five hundred years in the past by The Chosen, an elite and powerful corporate upper-class. Most of their descendants, over time, had spread out across the galaxy in order to survive, and their original society and culture had been lost and forgotten.

Lost and forgotten everywhere, that is, except on one planet - M-78. On that rich and resource-laden world, The Chosen’s way of life had remained intact ever since leaving Earth, and Harlequin and the Visionaries, through the use of reboot technology, had continued as their leaders. Their philosophy: “The Chosen must survive, and Profit, above all else!”

But The Chosen were not satisfied with one planet. They were determined to spread their influence across the galaxy and had been searching for another Earth-like world to exploit. They eventually discovered Loon, but the humans on that rich and verdant planet were nothing like The Chosen. This set up a galactic conflict that would influence human evolution one way or another for eons and eons to come.

Catching Love When it Falls (The Future Movers Book 1)
by Deryn Pittar
$0.00, 126 pages, 3.7 out of 5.0 (23 reviews), #3 in Time Travel Science Fiction
Talents come in many shapes and forms. This novel explores a future reality and discovers the one talent neither Belinda nor William can control - love. Their relationship creates a raft of problems both struggle to overcome.

William’s talent is to move through space between locations in the blink of an eye. Belinda uses her talent to lift objects of great weight with her mind.

William and Belinda, both genetically altered, meet years after leaving the government rearing-nursery. The late development of their talents allowed them to escape a life devoted to the government's defence departments. Releases to be adopted into the community, they have thrived but if their skills are now discovered they will be conscripted by the government and never be free again.

Can they trust each other enough to allow love to bloom? Can they risk the renewed attention of the Defence Department?

A Crystal Age: A Dystopia
by William Henry Hudson
$0.00, 166 pages, 3.4 out of 5.0 (41 reviews), #61 in Time Travel Science Fiction
A Crystal Age is a dystopia written by W. H. Hudson. The book has been called a "significant S-F milestone" and has been noted for its anticipation of the "modern ecological mysticism" that would evolve a century later. The story involvestraveller and amateur naturalist namedSmithwho regains consciousness "under a heap of earth and stones." He is astounded to discover that he is entwined in the roots of plants, as though they have been growing around him. Extricating himself and surveying the scene, he sees a great house in the distance, and walks toward it to seek help and information. He soon learns that this world and everyone in it are far older than they appear.The narrator struggles to adapt to this new society, as he pursues Yoletta. He is shocked to learn that all the people are much older than they appear; Yoletta is 31 years old, and the Father of the House is nearly 200.In time he meets the mysterious Mother of the House, and begins to comprehend the full strangeness and differentness of their way of life. The humans of this distant future have achieved their utopian state by abandoning sexuality and romantic love. The narrator despairs when he realizes that his passion for Yoletta can never be consummated; and, wonders whether he can adapt to this mode of living. Read to find out!

by Tom Clarke
$0.00, 252 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #98 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
RAZOR 1-7 is the story of a joint forces special operations team made up of members from the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, and the Central Intelligence Agency. Their mission is to test a new, technologically advanced, weapons deliver system while engaged in war games outside of Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The delivery system, developed for the U.S. intelligence and special operations community, works through the manipulation of gravity waves, and the introduction of exotic particles allowing for the instantaneous transmission of matter over long distances. As with most black book projects there is another level to the system, a level that is not revealed to RAZOR 1-7---time travel. The intention being to allow special operations to jump back in time, hours, or even a day, to interdict, capture, or kill high value targets. The initial field test of this technology goes wrong, and as a result, RAZOR 1-7 is deposited in the year 1589. While trying to determine what's occurred, and through their actions, the team becomes embroiled in conflict between Spanish forces, who with the help of indigenous peoples, are trying to eradicate English settlers who have established a colony off the coast of North Carolina. This conflict culminates in one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the United States.

The Binary Bridges: From the highly successful series of The Bridges
by James Huber
$0.00, 177 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #106 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction
The Bridge series male up this imaginative romp set at the dawn of the computer age. I had a marvelous time reading this story and loved the time-traveling adventures the two brothers experienced courtesy of their phantom bridge, especially Dan’s initial trip into London at the height of the WWII bombing raids. An imaginative tale makes one appreciate the light-year speed with which computers have become a part of our culture and wonder at those early days when it all seemed like science fiction. Dan and Tim are grand characters, and their adventures are quite entertaining. It is inventive and original. Seen any strange bridges lately? A Bridge To ...? is most highly recommended.

Step up now and see what adventures arise and what discoveries come to life. Dan and Tim continue to be amazed.

Tim and Dan Shell, who have previously spent some time inside the world of computers in a fantastical fictional world. Their cyberpunk adventure is not yet over for when Tim is introduced to time travel technology, his urge to go back and rescue Pixie from the computer world is too strong to resist. What follows is a retro adventure with plenty of nostalgic tech and modern twists.
Tim and Dan Shell, who have previously spent some time inside the world of computers in a fantastical fictional world,. Their cyberpunk adventure is not yet over for when Tim is introduced to time travel technology, his urge to go back and rescue Pixie from the computer world is too strong to resist. What follows is a retro adventure with plenty of nostalgic tech and modern twists.

You should like the conceptual inventions at play, and the ideas.It’s easy to get into the story from book one’s ending, and Tim and Dan are set out well as very different types of men, which builds to an interesting clash of motivations as the plot moves forward. The work overall could do with lengthening to fully explore these very interesting themes on the right level of detail. Explore the possibilities of technology from a unique retro setting of the 1960s. Explore many popular themes for cyberpunk and time travel fans, with good tension and character involvement.

by Aanand Chaudhary
$0.00, 30 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
this story begins with an accident, when a boy name, Aryan lost his father and sister. so, in order to get them back he builts a time mechine. but can he really get them back? can the law of physics really defeat the law of karma? To know please this out !!!

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Shadow Moves: A Military Space Opera Tale (The War in Shadow Saga Book 1)
by P R Adams
$0.00, 312 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #5 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks

Deep inside the neutral zone…

…something impossible waits.

Is it a trap, a solution, or pretense for war?

A once promising officer, Lt. Commander Faith Benson’s career has stalled. A posting aboard the search-and-rescue starship Pandora told her all she needed to know: There will be no further advancement.

How could she make the best of it?

Then comes the S.O.S.

The signal takes the Pandora dangerously close to enemy space, but that’s their job. Still, this rescue isn’t like the others. Faith knows that one wrong move, and the bloodthirsty Azoren Federation would be on them.

What she doesn’t expect is the captain’s poor decision.

Now, the crew will have to fight for their lives.

Will Faith defy an illegal order, or does she have another card to play?

You’ll love this first book in the War in Shadow saga, with its interesting characters and intricate world building.

Get it now.

Rumors of War (Green Zone War Book 1)
by Jake Elwood
$0.00, 375 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (28 reviews), #5 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Out of the frying pan …
Tom Thrush thinks Basic Officer Training is tough – until he joins the frigate Kestrel and finds out what tough really means. The crew resents him. The First Officer is actively hostile. As the ship hunts pirates in deep space Tom struggles to fit in and wonders if things can get any worse.

They can.

And into the fire of interstellar war
A devastating attack leaves the ship crippled with half the crew dead or dying. The senior officers are wiped out, leaving a terrified sublieutenant in the last place he wants to be.

In command.

Secret of the Buried City
by John Russell Fearn
$0.00, 159 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #13,411 in Space Opera Science Fiction

For the first time in ebook!

Our world is not what it seems…

When Rodney Marlow purchases a new plot of land, he thinks he has struck gold. A perfect idyll, out in the countryside. But all that is about to change…

Beneath the land, he soon discovers, is a mysterious abyss, seemingly never-ending.

As he ventures further into the cavern, Rodney uncovers something that he would never have expected: a secret city under the Earth.

What is waiting for him at the bottom of this cave?

Who built this enormous, strange dwelling?

And are they still here…

Find out in Secret of the Buried City, a gripping science fiction novella from master of the genre, John Russell Fearn. Also included are two further novellas, The World Without Death and The Master of the Golden City.

Praise for John Russell Fearn:

“… A pioneer of science fiction […] he was one of the Greats of the earlier ages, and his name should be there with Hugo Gernsback, John W. Campbell, Stanley G. Weinbaum, Murray Leinster, and all the others whose thoughts and works formulated today’s modern science fiction.” — John Carnell, New Worlds

John Russell Fearn was an extremely prolific and popular British writer, who began in the American pulps, then almost single-handedly drove the post-World War II boom in British publishing with a flood of science fiction, detective stories, westerns, and adventure fiction. He was so popular that one of his pseudonyms became the editor of Vargo Statten’s Science Fiction Magazine in the 1950’s. His work is noted for its vigor and wild imagination. He has always had a substantial cult following and has been popular in translation around the world.

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RED MIST Phoenix: Part Two of the Red Mist Series
by R T Green
$0.00, 263 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #6 in LGBT Science Fiction
'Jealousy has green eyes...'

** Hot Red Mist News: Book 5, ‘Feral’ releases Monday 13th July! Read all about the epic Red Mist series at

The Red Mist story –

Thrown together in the midst of a terror threat unlike anything London has seen before, an MI6 shadow assassin and a terrorist fall into a dangerous, unstoppable love.
But as their lives spiral out of control, it becomes clear the horror looming over the capital’s population is not the only threat they have to face. When hearts and jealousy collide, the war against the evil Tiri and her compatriots will not be the hardest battle they have to fight…

This book, ‘Phoenix’ -

After killing a fellow MI6 agent, heartbroken shadow assassin Madeline deWinter is on the run. She makes it to her father’s home in the Caribbean, unaware she is being pursued by both friends and enemies. There is a shocking development back in London, but off the grid and out of contact, no one is able to give her the life-changing news.

On an unrelenting road to self-destruction, she meets a local girl who throws her a lifeline. Grasping it desperately with both hands, Madeline begins to rediscover her spirit. But nothing is what it seems, and she finds herself plunged into an intricate game of emotional chess, the queen’s pawn in what becomes a nightmare far worse than the one she left behind.

*Just so you know... Red Mist Phoenix contains scenes of a sexual nature.

The Ranch: The Tesla Conspiracies
by Tony Arland Creach
$0.00, 26 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #118 in Alternative History
An idea was born of real science in 1893 at the Chicago World’s Fair. This idea would challenge the ingenuity, and talents of three geniuses. After many decades this idea culminated into a reality many would never be able to fathom as true. Three geniuses from totally different backgrounds set in motion an advent of fantastic proportions. An advent that never came but would rock the world beginning in 1947 and continue to present day.

The Infiltrator: A Short Story
by Joe Vasicek
$0.00, 19 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #11 in 30-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
The aliens are already among us, in a form we refuse to see.

"The aliens’ physiology is unlike that of any other race we have encountered. Your carapace will have to be softened; your mid-limbs absorbed into your thorax; your abdomen shrunk to almost nothing… However, the one part that the aliens rarely cover is also the hardest part for us to alter. I am speaking, of course, of your eyes.”

This story originally appeared in the anthology Not Far From Roswell (December 2019).

THE BIRTH OF A STARSHIP (The Archangel Chronicles Book 1)
by Ernest Napolitano
$0.00, 312 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #80 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
The Birth of a Starship introduces you to Jason Erikson, Alison Tanner, and the lovely impish blue alien girl named Surika, who Jason and Alison meet after they were all abducted by the same UFO. That UFO crashes into a rogue asteroid and everyone dies - almost. After being reanimated by a mysterious race of pure energy beings, Jason and two his companions set off on an epic struggle to cross the galaxy to get home to Earth in their new starship, The Blue Archangel.

The BBC Micro:bit and the Moon Dust Aliens
by Irfan Virk
$0.00, 298 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #6,263 in Children's Science Fiction Books
It’s almost the end of the summer term. The ‘Moonbeams’ - that’s Will, Megan, Shazia and Fergus - are planning all the adventures they’ll have over the holidays. But quite unexpectedly, they’re handed an adventure that’s literally out of this world.

“Well you four,” said Mr Taylor with a huge smile, “it seems that the National Space Agency really liked your proposal to test for microbial life forms on the Moon...You leave in two weeks!”

When they were told they were about to go on an educational visit to the Moon, the Moonbeams could never have imagined that they would soon find themselves pitted against an alien species that was intent on taking over the Earth...

In this adventure story, the ‘Moonbeams’ make use of a gadget called the BBC Micro:bit. This is a small programmable computer that was especially designed to be used by children.

Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: December 1997
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #29 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
Welcome aboard, new friends! May our journey together be long and wonderful...

You are holding the a magazine devoted to the field of science fiction in films and television: the realm that combines science, adventure, romance, and philosophy.

At its best, science fiction in the visual media creates worlds apart from our own, in which we can lose ourselves for a time while dwelling upon truths about the human condition that can be isolated by imagination and presented dramatically.

We constantly strive to give our readers the best, most exciting and beautiful magazine the science fiction world has ever seen.

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Mythic Moments: Robert Tapert chronicles his life with Xena & Hercules

Tight Genes: They're manipulating your destiny as part of Gattaca

War Correspondent: Ed Neumeier adapts Robert Heinlein's classic SF novel

Dreams of Warfare: Paul Verhoeven dispatches Starship Troopers into combat

Between Earth & Alien: Walking the edge of loyalty is Kevin Kliner's only agenda

NightMan Unmasked: Heroic Matt McColm knows what you've been thinking

Television's Timecop: Skipping through history, T.W. King enforces the law

Stargate Scholar: Michael Shanks is the hero least likely to take action

Keeper of Conan: Former cop Burton Armus writes to a Cimmerian beat

Hong Kong Heroine: When Tomorrow Never Dies, Michelle Yeoh leaps to kill

Man of Menace: Alien bounty hunter Brian Thompson reveals the truth

Creator1 Sky Angel Episode 1 Blue Angel
by Tom Law
$0.00, 114 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #14,341 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
Angela, called by billions of fans worldwide as Blue Angel, or the angelic voice of Gaia, is perhaps the MOST popular singer in the history of showbiz. She was awarded three DIAMOND albums in just a year at 17. She thought she is just an ordinary girl (though quite lucky) until she was persuaded by her best friend, the First Daughter, to attend a very mysterious private university called the Galactic U, which is, curiously, sponsored by the UN. After almost being poisoned by two assassins at her birthday party at the President's Guest House, she was taken to the moon and met her real mother, who told her about her real identity and her 'dangerous' mission on Earth, which can save billions of life. Now, our Blue Angel has to make a choice : Either to continue to enjoy her so-called celebrity life-style, making billions a year as a successful entertainer, or to plunge into the unknown, to risk to be kidnapped, tortured by the Dark Empire and the Illuminati, even to die for LOVE of humanity, saving many lives on Earth and other planets in the Galaxy..........

Episode 1( Blue Angel) is the first of five episodes in the Creator 1 (Sky Angel) series. Episode 2 is called Kung-Fu 'Monk', who is a world martial-art champion from the Shaolin Temple. Episode 3 is called Shooting Star-an Olympic champion in shooting and archery. The three star-seeds or sky-angels have become best friends. Together, they attempt to fulfil their mission on Earth, fighting against Galactic Dark Forces. They experience all of life with its love and laughters, tears and turmoils, ease and excitement. Later, they continue with their unforgettable and wonderful adventure in the mysterious Galactic U (Episode 4), and even enter the unknown interior territories of Mother Earth (Episode 5).

There are twisting turns, hilarious humour, schiziphrenic pschology, alien abduction, faithful friendship, precarious plots, and much more that make this 5D VR hologram reading experience an amazing psychic journey........

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Assigned to Ghost: Pike Evans Novel
by Suzanne Eglington
$0.00, 158 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #45 in Military Thrillers
Government secrets, military escorts, unexplainable deadly cargo, traveling on highways everyday.
Pike Evans could not see ahead, when he stopped to help a fellow trucker in trouble; that his perfectly routine day would land him in jail.
He heard rumors of the ghost fleet, but never imagined he would meet one of them.
Now detained on a military base with Agents surrounding him, he must prove and convince them he could be an asset to their secret society.
Action/Adventure, Military, Humor, Sci Fi, Thriller, Young Adult

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by George Dixon
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The Monarch Papers: Flora & Fauna (The Briar Archive Book 1)
by C.J. Bernstein
$0.00, pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (42 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Science Fiction

A supernatural secret, a race to thwart a sinister magic, and one young woman’s strange inheritance, that could change her life, and history itself. 

Adapted from the one-of-a-kind online literary experience, where readers and characters worked together to uncover magical secrets and expose a centuries-old literary conspiracy. The Monarch Papers: Flora & Fauna ushers in a new era of storytelling, pushing the narrative beyond the page and into the hands of its readers.

"A compelling and chilling tale of books, magic, and obsession."  — William Shunn

"CJ Bernstein has created an experience that, whether you only join the website, or only read the book, blends magic and reality in a new way. Having a copy of this book feels personal, like a secret club's manifesto." Heather Hallberg

Deirdre Green is no stranger to losing it all. Nearly two decades after her father's mysterious disappearance, her boyfriend, her job, and her London flat all go up in smoke. But when she suddenly inherits what’s left of her family’s publishing business, Deirdre is shocked to discover the cryptic magical conspiracy revealed in its remains.

Martin Rank can't stop living in the past. Ever since a bizarre incident involving a lost book destroyed his marriage and robbed him of his son, he's been desperate for closure. When the retired journalist learns that Deirdre plans to resurrect her family’s mysterious company – the same company at the heart of his tragic past – he follows her down the rabbit hole, knowing the journey could possibly undo his heartbreaking history, or cause it to repeat itself.

As Deirdre digs deeper into the family company and Martin chronicles her every move, neither of them realizes they're attracting the attention of potent forces, dangerous enemies, and an online organization called The Mountaineers, believers from around the world who are committed to helping Deirdre succeed. Together, can they unravel a long-lost magical secret, or will her father’s legacy doom mankind forever?

The Monarch Papers: Flora and Fauna is the first book in a contemporary, new adult fantasy series that first took shape as a groundbreaking online interactive experience. If you like dark magic, secret societies, and fast-paced twists and turns, then you'll love C.J. Bernstein's captivating series.

Read The Monarch Papers: Flora and Fauna and join the search for magic today.

God is Great: Science Spirituality Love
by Joish Upendra Kumar
$0.00, 90 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #372 in Two-Hour Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
A fiction depicting a young Indian scientist's journey to find answers on Spirituality and religion and the all important questions on God, weaved in a tender pure beautiful love story. A feelgood read and thought provoking. An honest writing on finding relevance of spirituality and Faith in the context of the complexities of present world. A book written with good intentions needs to find a place in the hearts of the readers.

Tupoy Piksi
by Rebecca Morman
$0.00, 163 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #6,079 in Dystopian Fiction
Two years, seven months, three weeks, and four days. That is how long it has been since Ashlynn packed her shit and literally drove out of my life.
Not that I am counting though; that is more of an estimate.
Even though I knew that the lies I told myself were nothing more than the bullshit half truths that I continuously fed everyone else, I woke with the same thoughts running rampant in my mind. Her face with her beautiful ocean blue eyes that captivated me with a simple wink and her full, red, completely seductive lips that could talk me into anything, was always the last thing that I saw every night when I closed my eyes.
The really fucked up part was that her face was always the first thing I saw in the morning when I opened my eyes too. No matter who the hell it was that I woke up next to; for a few blissful minutes before I was firing on all cylinders and my brain literally felt like it was wrapped in cobwebs, I was laying next to AZ with her arms wrapped around me and her sleepy moans tickling my ear as she nuzzled in closer to me.
But, just like every fucking morning for two years, seven months, three weeks, and four days, it wasn't her.

In the Sargasso Sea: A Novel
by Thomas A. Janvier
$0.00, 196 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (48 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Science Fiction
"In the Sargasso Sea" by Thomas A. Janvier. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

How to Buy a Planet: The must-read sci-fi novel of 2020
by D.A. Holdsworth
$0.00, 437 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #1 in British Humor & Satire Literature

The Earth has been sold to aliens. What could possibly go wrong?

“Entertaining and fast-moving science fiction adventure in the spirit of Douglas Adams… Written with a sense of humour, fun, and wonder.” Una McCormack, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author

It’s the Year 2024. Drowning in debt following the pandemic and facing ruin, the world's leaders have taken the only logical decision.

They’ve sold the planet.

When Toby, a penniless student, and his two new flatmates find out one morning on TV, they're surprised to find the Earth’s new alien owners are staggeringly cute and bring the promise of a debt-free future. They're just getting ready to celebrate along with the rest of the world, when a chance encounter with a mysterious professor reveals the truth. And there’s a glitch: the Earth is about to be destroyed.

With only 24 hours to avert the apocalypse, Toby’s flatmates - one paranoid, one gorgeous - drag him on an intergalactic adventure. Battling interplanetary bankers and pursued by pitiless assassins, the gang find that a deadly virus becomes their only chance of salvation.

Fresh, fun and fast-paced, How to Buy a Planet is the unforgettable tale of three students on an impossible quest to beat the system. If you're a fan of Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, or sci-fi hero, Doctor Who, this is the must-read sci-fi novel of 2020.

Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: May 1995
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #660 in Science Fiction
Welcome aboard, new friends! May our journey together be long and wonderful...

You are holding the a magazine devoted to the field of science fiction in films and television: the realm that combines science, adventure, romance, and philosophy.

At its best, science fiction in the visual media creates worlds apart from our own, in which we can lose ourselves for a time while dwelling upon truths about the human condition that can be isolated by imagination and presented dramatically.

We constantly strive to give our readers the best, most exciting and beautiful magazine the science fiction world has ever seen.

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•Wild at Heart: Roxann Biggs-Dawson copes with an alien heritage

•It's Still a Good Life: Wrapped in plastic, Bill Mumy now serves on "Babylon 5"

•Coal Miner's Daughter: Rebecca Gayheart learns to survive on "Earth 2"

•Creating New "Species": There's a monstrous new life form spawned by special FX

•Treaded Tales: Director Rachel Talalay sends "Tank Girl" into action

•Mutant Janitor: Peter DeLuise is cleaning up all over "seaQuest"

•Beyond "Outer Limits": Once again, they control the horizontal & the vertical

•Birth of "The Blob": Years ago, Irvin Yeaworth Jr. crafted a genre classic

•"Blob" Bait: With Steve McQueen, Aneta Corsaut fought ooze

•The Killer Virus: Wolfgang Petersen directs this terrifying "Outbreak"

•Knight Sidekick: Partnered to a vampire, John Kapelos forever works nights

Paragon's Fall: A Superhero Science Fiction Series (The Hero's Code Book 1)
by A.R. Knight
$0.00, 448 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #34 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction

The world's mightiest heroes face a deadly threat from the shadows, while a hunter tracks down a runaway whose secrets could change everything.

All his life, Aegis has defeated every villain he’s come across, one punch after another. He deserves a break, but when word spreads of a plot to destroy the Paragons, Aegis must don the suit one more time.

In the not-so-far future, Paragons run Earth with their powered abilities, governing normals and anomalies alike, and Aegis, along with a small group of other Champions, runs the Paragons. Living beneath a super-powered boot heel isn’t what everybody wants, though, and a freedom fighter works to form a resistance. The spark calling the world to rise up against its guardians, its jailers?

Killing Aegis.

Paragon’s Fall begins a new series exploring a world run by would-be heroes, who prove to be all too human as they clash with each other, normals, and monsters from their pasts. Explore a fascinating take on the superhero genre, and how getting everything you want might be the worst thing you can imagine.

If you’re looking for an action-packed, character-driven adventure in a tech-drenched world, you’ve found it. Paragon’s Fall will suck you in and keep you turning the pages until the very end, so pick it up today and decide for yourself which side you’re on.

The Invisible Choker: Written in Lockdown
by E.M.G Wixley
$0.00, 201 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #3,264 in Medical Fiction
Marnie is born into a world battling the Invisible Choker. As the disease scythes down adults and the vulnerable, Marnie is abandoned to a lonely existence. Her only companion is Shadow who frequently leads her astray and out of sight of any authority. On one adventure they come to a deserted house, a time capsule of lost lives where they soon discover a world-changing secret hidden within its walls.
As an adult, surviving in a post-apocalyptic world, Marnie now a virologist, dreams of discovering a cure-all which would wipe viruses from the planet. At the same time, she wrestles with her childhood demons and attempts to adapt to the new world of human relationships. However, the occurrence of many disturbing events threatens to sabotage her efforts and derail her from her life's plans.
Early one morning her world is turned upside down. Resting on the doorstep of a sweatshop is a young man, an outsider, a hostile derelict who lives on the towns dump. Their eyes lock and their lives crash together.
The first apocalypse is bad enough but what follows is far more sinister.
This book was written during my time in lockdown and was influenced by current events. It is, however, a work of fiction.

Rise: Towers Ascending
by Robert Weiss
$0.00, 147 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #1,771 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction (Books)
Michael Albetter can see the future. He noticed he acquired this ability right after the attack on the World Trade Center. In the fall of 2006, while trying to fall asleep in his Brooklyn apartment, he has a a vision of a man holding a knife and threatening a homeless man lying on the ground. Suddenly, the attacker stops in his tracks, clutches his throat and dies before he can commit the crime. A shadowy figure wearing a wide brimmed hat and a trench coat leaves the scene as the homeless man looks on in stunned amazement. Detective Justin Champion should have an easy time solving the crime. He has two witnesses. One is a homeless man who can't say what the shadow vigilante really looks like, and the other, who witnessed the crime from his bedroom in Brooklyn in a dream. Set five years after the towers fell, when many first responders and people working and living south of Canal St. began showing signs of serious respiratory illness and cancer, Rise: Towers Ascending tells a tale of a new life form that has emerged. Where did it come from? What is its purpose? Take the journey to find out!

$0.00, 299 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #571 in Science Fiction Adventure
The nation of Zuntra along with its allies are at war with an infamous enemy known as the Zakatarian empire. The people of Zuntra have discovered that they are living on a disc shaped earth, that is covereved in a mysterious dome. This technological breakthrough has now got them fighting for survival, because Zakataria (the enemy) is determined to silence the truth.

Reconnassance personnel (private Sharpe) and his two serving buddies have been surveying the outer edge of Greenshore city (Zuntra's capital.) Paul Sharpe finds himself haunted by his past as he keeps watch on the enemy held Red Zone.

The emotional challenges from being alone inside a makeshift turret post forces private Sharpe to dig in deep, in an enormous effort to find his true inner self.

Will he survive the constant threat of sporardic enemy attacks, or will he faulter?

Revoked Consent
by Ian Minielly
$0.00, 235 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #19 in Political Fiction
Revoked Consent is the story of people fighting back. The world has suffered at the hands of government for too long. Government loves to claim a mandate to lead and control, but in Revoked Consent, a small group of citizens of the world band together to level the playing field. With each new effort and death of a politician, judge, or lawyer, the mandate is removed and a small piece of freedom is restored.The members of the Voting Booth are confident people can handle freedom. They are so confident they place their lives on the line to make it happen, knowing full well the governments of the world will not go quietly.

Ronald Raygun: The Red Fire Ball
by Mike Miracle
$0.00, 28 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #6 in Teen & Young Adult Politics & Government eBooks
Central City needs a hero. Ronald was just your average stand up comedian until he found something amazing in a mailroom mix-up. Follow Ronald as he tries to save Central City from the notorious bank robbing Bagachev gang.

The 22nd Century Ronin: A Woman's Journey For Revenge
by Jason Winchester
$0.00, 249 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #147 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction
Yuko is an ex-assassin of The White Snake Syndicate, a gang that operates inside of one of the densest cities in the world, Tokyo. She is secretly given a mission by the commissioner of the Tokyo Police Department to take down her former boss Tatsuzo, the young and determined leader of the White Snakes.
With the commissioner’s backing, Yuko is gifted a cybernetically enhanced arm to assist her in eliminating the White Snake gangsters from the heartland of Japan.
Mirai, a data analysis agent, is also seeking revenge and joins Yuko. Together, they work to hunt down the man who killed Yuko's husband and daughter in an action-packed story of cyborgs, artificial intelligence, and conspiracies.
In this near-future world of lies and deceit, follow Yuko's journey for revenge, as she learns the truth behind her cybernetic enhancements and the mysterious Project Ghost.

Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: August 1995
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #2,088 in Science Fiction
Welcome aboard, new friends! May our journey together be long and wonderful...

You are holding the a magazine devoted to the field of science fiction in films and television: the realm that combines science, adventure, romance, and philosophy.

At its best, science fiction in the visual media creates worlds apart from our own, in which we can lose ourselves for a time while dwelling upon truths about the human condition that can be isolated by imagination and presented dramatically.

We constantly strive to give our readers the best, most exciting and beautiful magazine the science fiction world has ever seen.

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•Robin Forever: Heroically, Chris O'Donnell assumes the role of a lifetime

•In the Fold: Star command cadets get a true taste of space

•Wizard of Gorillas: Frank Marshall conjures up the magicks of "Congo"

•Houston, We Have a Problem: Ron Howard embarks on the "Apollo 13" mission

•Chief Justice: Enforcing the law of Dredd is Danny Cannon's mission

•Breeding Alien Horror: Roger Donaldson unleashes a very deadly "Species"

•The Producer from Outer Space: William Alland deserves credit for lotsa alien visitors

•A Splash of Wetwork: There's action on skis in the oceans of "Waterworld"

•Beyond the Limits: Joseph Stefano & Leonard Nimoy regain control

•The Stuff of Legend: Michael Piller goes West to create dime novels' hero

Polymer's Universe An Epic Adventure: Chapter Two: An Unlikely Alliance
by Matthew Boyce
$0.00, 245 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #148 in Metaphysical Science Fiction eBooks
It's been ten years since we last saw our young, er,.. shall we say, heroes?In the time that’s passed, Orthos and Kobyt have trained extensively and ventured endlessly. Kolastaria rules the Venusian Kingdom ruthlessly while she awaits the much anticipated arrival of the “Gods”. -As the Visitors make their landing, the people of Venus scramble to secure themselves their aid.The Humans also expect this celestial being to arrive in the near future. However it is this belief, or disbelief that has brought them to incredible levels of tension and has since forced the majority of them to disband into many separate factions across the Venusian planet surface,…

Deceptive Visions
by Daniel McMillan
$0.00, 118 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #26 in Humorous Science Fiction
3 Stories by exciting new science fiction storyteller Daniel McMillan, author of Eve of Ascension, that remind us -


Sanctuary -After Mary Russell has her ingenious proposal rejected by the tech company she works for, she decides to move on and create her vision without them. In realizing her life’s ambition, everything else in her world is torn apart. She should have been more careful what she wished for.

Komodo -A battle hardened Galactic war veteran whose reason for living has been taken from him faces off against impossible odds. He could be reunited with his dead wife sooner than he thinks.

Mantle -An anonymous, mysterious hero from a desolate future passes down what he has learned to the next generation of saviors, a boy he encountered while responding to a "calling". What he doesn’t know about his powerful young student surely couldn’t hurt him, right?

Asteroid of Fear
by Raymond Gallun
$0.00, 46 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Science Fiction
All space was electrified as that harsh challenge rang out ... but John Endlich hesitated. For he saw beyond his own murder—saw the horror and destruction his death would unleash—and knew he dared not fight back!

Twisted Fate : Draconia World Book 1
by Joanna Mazurkiewicz
$0.00, 47 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #2 in 90-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Dragon Fever will destroy not one world, but two—unless she can atone for the sins of her past to protect the future.

When a world of magic is the only thing you know, what do you do when it’s gone?

In the dark city of Draconia, ruled by powerful mages, the only thing that matters is magic, and Fran is on the search. She’s caught the attention of some unsavory types. It doesn’t help that she has the most powerful magical object in the kingdom in her possession; an object many men have died to hold: a dragon’s egg.

Can she use the egg to save her best friend before it's too late?

Death, Love, & Other Myths: Short Stories From Multiple Genres
by Cecil Adkins
$0.00, 51 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #42 in 90-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
7 short stories from various genres. In this collection, you'll find heartbreak, family tragedy, humor, love and hate and everything in between, and just a touch of science fiction dystopia. Stories from this collection have previously appeared on Medium, where they've garnered such praise as:

"Enjoyed this -- had a twist I didn't see coming" ("Empty Chair")
"This is one creepy story" ("Sunshine & Laughter")
"Absolutely fantastic. I can't stop crying" ("Sudden Death")
"Powerful, loving, moving piece.... characters so real" ("Sudden Death")
"I didn't want it to end" ("Sudden Death")
"I love this -- hopefully it's not the future!" ("Attachment")

Venture into various worlds and meet characters who all struggle with death, love, and other myths.

Welcome to the Wasteland Commandos
by Ben K
$0.00, 289 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #536 in Science Fiction Adventure
The bombs dropped, the wars raged, and the world basically came to an end. Humanity now survives in large, airtight shelters to protect itself from the ravages of the wastelands outside. The wastelands are brutal, terrifying, and filled with all manner of deadly menaces. It’s up to a fearless group of protectors, the Wasteland Commandos, to keep these threats at bay and keep what’s left of the human race alive. Life in the Commandos is fraught with peril, but it’s also the only escape from a life restricted to one of the shelters. Soon after being selected, a new Commando learns that things may not actually be as they seem. Now, she has to fight for her life and her very sanity as everything crashes down around her! Armed with only her wits and her guns, will she be able to survive the madness, or will the wasteland claim her like it has so many before? Out in the wasteland, you have to be ready for anything…Welcome to the Wasteland Commandos!

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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.