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Dawn of Chaos: Age Of Madness - A Kurtherian Gambit Series (The Caitlin Chronicles Book 1)
by Daniel Willcocks
$0.00, 342 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (38 reviews), #1 in Horror Comedy

The Governor she trusted to protect her wants her dead. The target she was sent to capture wants to help her live.

When Caitlin finally gets the chance to join her brother on a mission outside of the walls of the town she has been trapped inside all of her life, her entire reality is shaken.

Enemies appear in the strangest of places. The zombie-like ‘Mad’ roam the forests. Vampires and Werewolves from the fairy tales of her childhood become reality as Caitlin is forced to discover the truth of the Age of Madness and begin the fight for justice.

Can Caitlin lead the charge on freedom, and start the revolution that will change her world?

Set within the wonder of the Kurtherian Gambit Universe, discover the chaos and insanity of the Age of Madness—a time when the world turned on its head, and nothing is as it appears…

NOTE: This book contains cursing. Perhaps humorous cursing, but cursing nevertheless. If this offends you, we don't suggest reading this book.

For Which We Stand: Ian's road (A Five Roads To Texas Novel Book 3)
by Joseph Hansen
$0.00, 284 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (54 reviews), #5 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
El Paso wasn’t the Promised Land that Ian and his crew had hoped for but it wasn’t a total bust either. The concept of a safe haven in today’s world was a fool’s errand at best. This was the consensus of their tiny band and to keep moving, their only salvation. While others waited in their pens the four from the private security company moved on taking on as many they could help, in hopes that they too would join the fight. Their journey was long and arduous but it was worth it… they hope.
El Paso is where the final evidence that this is more than a simple lab experiment gone wrong. It was too focused with too many players who knew too much too early in the game causing assumptions to be made. Assumptions that gained strength with every step they took until the small troop was convinced that this was not just a simple virus of natural origins, America was under attack.
For Which We Stand is a post-apocalyptic thriller that lends credence to the fears that many share. Is it possible? No one can say, Five Roads to Texas is but one of hundreds end of the world scenarios. We all know it’s coming, how and when is the only question.

Outbreak (AM13 Outbreak Shorts Book 1)
by Samie Sands
$0.00, 54 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #43 in 90-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
No one has it worse than Rachael! First her parents make her move to a crappy new town, then Zac starts ignoring her, and just to top everything off...the rumours of a zombie apocalypse seem to have more truth to them than anyone could have imagined!

World of Dead: Volume 1: Issue 2
by Broderick Johnson
$0.00, 28 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #23 in 45-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
"World of Dead" is an apocalyptic series of short stories that are released every month in the form of an eBook. "World of Dead" is an ongoing story about a young, teenage girl who has to survive in the apocalypse and attempts to keep her family safe. In this months story, Kyra is challenged by a lack of resources and must leave her family's lake house to search for my supplies. After a horrifying experience, Kyra must learn that surviving in this new world means changing everything about herself. The only problem is, Kyra isn't entirely sure that she has the will to do that.

World of Dead: Volume 1: Issue 3
by Broderick Johnson
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #309 in Suspense (Kindle Store)
"World of Dead" is an apocalyptic series of short stories that are released every month in the form of an eBook. "World of Dead" is an ongoing story about a young, teenage girl who has to survive in the apocalypse with her family.
Determined to protect not only her family, but Jason's family as well, Kyra leads her mother and baby sister away from their lake house. Their goal? Find Jason's wife and daughter and then proceed to New York City where a supposed sanctuary is located. Before Kyra and her family can even reach Jason's home, however, they run into a road block filled with teeth and the intent to kill. Can Kyra finally be brave enough to lead everybody to safety?

World of Dead: Volume 1: Issue 4
by Broderick Johnson
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #94 in Paranormal Suspense
"World of Dead" is an apocalyptic series of short stories that are released every month in the form of an eBook. "World of Dead" is an ongoing story about a young, teenage girl who has to survive in the apocalypse with her family.
After witnessing the tragic suicide of a windowed mother and watching her mother suffer a gruesome injury to her arm, Kyra races against the clock to get their herself, her mother, and two baby girls to a supposed sanctuary located in New York City. The biggest problem that Kyra faces, however, is that they must travel five hours on the road in order to make it and they don't nearly have enough gasoline to do so. Can Kyra find a way to get them all to safety with enough time to save her mother?

The Labyrinth of Monsters: Book II.
by Kathleen Adrian
$0.00, 12 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Zombies
See what happens inside the maze of horrors in this sci-fi sequel to Book I.
'The 3 Doors', this story takes place in the year 2029.

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Intransigent (The After Light Saga Book 3)
by Cameo Renae
$0.00, 247 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (95 reviews), #2 in Teen & Young Adult Horror eBooks
Arriving at the new government bunker, things quickly go from bad to worse. I am separated from Finn and my family because of my ability to connect with Arvies through telepathy. Housed with three other Readers--and kept away from the general population--we are given serum injections in effort to enhance our thought transference.
The end goal? Thought manipulation.
We are considered humanity's only hope in the war against the Arvy race.
With the ever growing threat of an invasion, the government demands results from the Reader program by doling out ultimatums and using our loved ones against us.
But they will not break me.
My name is Abigail Park. I am intransigent.

Future Apocalypse: A Time Travel Series (Beginnings Book 1)
by Barbara Gilbert
$0.00, 270 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #2 in Children's Dystopian Sci-Fi Books
Looking for a different twist to the Apocalypse?

Is Time Travel Possible?

Paulette Brown thinks so. She is a brilliant young lady who has solved, what other scientists around the world could not, and that is how to travel through time.
Greg is her best friend and co-owner with Paulette of P&G Bionics and supports her in her endeavors to invent time travel, although he doesn't believe that she will succeed.
Convinced that her time pod works, she gets in and travels 250 years into the future. Her hope is to study new and amazing technology and bring that knowledge back home with her.
When she arrives, she finds herself in a Post-Apocalyptic world where Seattle is destroyed and under water. Panicked she tries to return to the present but an unexpected error with her time pod leaves her stranded.
Thomas, the leader of a small village, crosses paths with Paulette. He mentions that he has heard rumors of a city across the Cascade mountains that might be able to help her return home. With this knowledge she is desperate to get to the city, now the race is on…

"Barbara Gilbert takes us on a creative, thought-provoking journey through time and a not-so-far-off apocalyptic world."
Tom Abrahams, Author of the Traveler’s Series

Second Life of Mr. Hunt: Book 1: Resurrection
by Gerrit Overeem
$0.00, 244 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #88 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks

In the fifty thousand years since Ryan Hunt was cremated, human history has taken several catastrophic turns. After nuclear annihilation came the volcanoes, and now there’s a plague bearing down on humanity. It’s going to take something big to save them this time.

And they get it, in the form of a resurrected Hunt, who’s been given a second life. His DNA, it turns out, is the key to rescuing the species. But it won’t be as easy as simply swabbing the inside of his mouth.

To survive in this new world, Hunt has to evade the kidnappers who are after him, hop from planet to planet, and even dust off his tux for a date to a ball. Even more challenging, he needs to navigate the waters with adventurous and beautiful scientist Dr. Kat Winslow, whom adventure seems to follow.

With help from a friendly robot named NORA and a newfound sense of daring, Ryan Hunt is ready to take on the future—whatever it brings.

The Last Time Loop: Max of the Rebellion (Volume 1): LitRPG Series
by Anton Emelianov
$0.00, 317 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #4 in Science Fiction TV, Movie & Game Tie-In
Max finds himself in a time loop. Any kind of death annuls everything except his present knowledge and returns him to the past. This is a good way to test all sorts of things. That is, it would be, if not for one little thing... This loop has real lords and it’s unlikely that they’ll be happy to hear about an uninvited guest.

And that isn’t his only problem — all of his memories of the last year have simply disappeared, but the world around him has changed in the meantime. Earth has been seized by the Velly clan and is now part of their Star Empire. Max has also discovered his gift. He’s a psychic.

However, his power isn’t that big of a deal.

Everyone can be a level one “battery.” To do anything else, however, you need to have some talent, money, and connections, which only complicates things further.

A whole new world, great opportunities, and lots of chances to get into trouble... Welcome to the Last Time Loop!

Exiled: Kenly's Story (Talented Saga Book 5)
by Sophie Davis
$0.00, 428 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (104 reviews), #6 in Teen & Young Adult Spy Story eBooks
*2015 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Winner- Best Young Adult Novel*

Kenly Baker is on the run. As one of the Created, a new subset of Talents whose powers were exponentially increased with a synthetic substance, she is being hunted by the government.
Kenly travels across the Atlantic Ocean to the slums of London, where she finds tentative acceptance among a group of outcasts. The Talented are second-class citizens outside of America, so her new friends have spent their lives hiding their abilities, dodging shadows and barely staying alive. Kenly must quickly learn their ways if she is to have any hope for survival.
Because the government is not alone in hunting the Created. Kenly thought she knew what horrors haunt the night, but she soon learns of predators far more terrifying than anything she’s ever faced. Suddenly, she is brutally aware of humanity’s dark side.
It is aware of Kenly, as well. And it’s coming for her.

Sun's Fury (Nine Meals from Anarchy Book 1)
by DJ Cooper
$0.00, 193 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #13 in Science Fiction Adventure

Mankind is only nine meals from anarchy — Alfred Henry Lewis

The electric is out, and no one knows for how long. Quick thinking may save them, but death is right at the door. Jim and Ike begin to scavenge supplies, but they could never have imagined the horror lurking in the shadows. They must decide; stay and face pure evil in their own neighborhood or leave for the safety of friends and family and face the gangs. Imagine if you will an event that will change everything; how quickly mankind will descend into anarchy. Take a journey of three days’ time and witness it for yourself. The first of the Nine Meals from Anarchy Series of stand-alone tales to make you think... What if...

Stolen Visions: Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (The End We Saw Book 1)
by Leif Spencer
$0.00, 125 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #1 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)

"We were living on borrowed time, and it didn’t look like I had much left."

After the Pulse—an apocalyptic event that killed everyone who wasn’t underground at the time—Virginia forges a rocky alliance with a group of survivors. Together, they must overcome their differences and learn how to live in a decimated London.

It isn’t long before the headaches and nosebleeds start and nobody is immune, not even Virginia. With no hope for a cure in sight, they expect to die.

But one boy's nosebleeds don’t result in death—they result in visions of the future.

A future where Virginia and her older brother are captured by a survivalist cult.

Armed with a new superpower of her own, Virginia must find a way to save her brother or lose everything she once held dear.

If you like your apocalypse with a touch of the fantastic, you'll love Stolen Visions, the thrilling first book in this brand-new post-apocalyptic series, The End We Saw.

Letters from the Apocalypse (Stranger Sun Apocalypse Book 1)
by Blake Pitcher
$0.00, 160 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #340 in Action & Adventure Fiction (Kindle Store)
The sun is strange, and the lights in the sky have shut down the world. Roger was on a work trip to Texas when it all happened. Trapped between chaos and the rise of a mysterious, fanatical rancher, Roger seeks to find his way north, and home to his wife.

Except it’s even harder than it seems. And he doesn’t even know if she’s alive.

Letters from the Apocalypse is the story of two people separated by the end of the world, and the letters that could bring them together again.

Scientist: A Multicultural Genetic Engineering Science Fiction Novel
by D.P. Oberon
$0.00, 177 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #13 in Fantasy TV, Movie & Game Tie-In

Scientist. Revolutionist. Destroyer.

In the year 340,000 AD, Earth is on the brink of extinction. Hazou and Wenqi - two best friends, scientists, are on the brink of creating a plant that could hold enough water for 100,000 colonists. The plants are to be installed inside the seed-ships in the near future for colonist transportation.

The experiment backfires and Hazou and Wenqi are badly injured. They are kicked out of the organization they dedicate their lives unto. As they try to recover from this unprecedented blow, Nuan - Hazou's sister - turns up at their doorstep with her daughter and a horrifying tale.

Battling assassins, and people who don't believe in them anymore, Hazou and Wenqi must find a way to triumph against all odds. Are they prepared for what lies ahead?

On the Lost Continent (AlterGame Book #2) LitRPG Series
by Andrew Novak
$0.00, 495 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #6 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Jack thought his greatest challenge would be reaching the shores of the lost continent, then the perks and loot would just roll in. It so happened that a hail of unexpected gifts from Fate rained down on him, like water from a leaky bucket. But Fate is a sneaky thing. Its gifts can just as easily pummel you to death. Now Jack is a fugitive, pariah, the living dead. And that's just in reality. In the game, the Gods themselves have turned against him.
However, the Gods still don't know who they're messing with.

Timeglass: The Timeglass Chronicles Book 1
by Phoenix Ward
$0.00, 226 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #5 in Steampunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Kaira can stop time with the simple squeeze of a stone. With that kind of power, there is nothing she can’t do.

She and her brother belong to the lowest class of villagers in Hope, a lush oasis in the middle of a post-apocalyptic wasteland. The town is led by the Prophet, a mysterious tyrant who provides shelter from the horrors outside in exchange for total obedience. With the help of the “Divine Being”, the Prophet is able to see the future; that’s how he predicted the end of the world.

There’s something the Prophet is hiding, however. With the power of the timeglass, Kaira and her best friend Alethea can expose the leader for the tyrant he is.

This is the first part of the post-apocalyptic dystopian Timeglass series!

by Marcus Wearmouth
$0.00, 380 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #153 in Science Fiction Adventure
A spellbinding Post apocalyptic thriller

In every city, a mass of unemployed and destitute people riot in the streets. Led by a clandestine group of terrorists known as Ghosts. Across the planet, hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes wreak a trail of death and destruction. World leaders are paralysed in response, seemingly focused on threats of pandemic and an imminent world war.

It’s one minute to midnight and the clock is ticking.

Logan Quinn is give a choice, either do nothing and hope for the best, or risk everything for the chance of survival in a saltmine.

Major Tess Avery is unexpectedly removed from domestic peacekeeping and given command of a military bunker.
Deep underground, Avery and Logan discover nothing can be trusted, even their own memories.

They survive in different worlds and must both face enemies from within and without. Only when they have control of their own minds can they hope to force an explosive confrontation with the Eximus.

The price of survival is evolution. And the price of evolution is humanity.

Corruption (The Corruption Cycle Book 1)
by Adam Vine
$0.00, 526 pages, 3.1 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #100 in Dark Fantasy Horror
There is a city in Eastern Europe where American vagabonds go to live like kings.
There is a beautiful woman there, sitting by a window, laughing.
There is a curse in her kiss that takes the most broken of souls...

Daniel Harper was champion, until a tragic mistake destroyed his martial arts career forever. Two years later, with nothing but the clothes on his back and a one-way ticket, he flees to Eastern Europe, where he can start over and be someone else. But in the lantern-lit crevices of a nameless City, Daniel meets two people who will irreversibly change the course of his future: the illusionist Ink, and the flower girl Kashka.

As Daniel plummets into hedonism and dereliction, he begins having recurring nightmares of a frozen world where an evil tyrant has stolen the sun, where corpses walk the earth, and humanity's last remnant must eke out a cruel existence deep underground. It is in this dire otherworld that Daniel realizes his dreamwalking is anything but an accident...

Will Daniel kill the Crippled King? Or will he give in to the demons inside him and become the villain?

Machine State
by Brad C. Scott
$0.00, 381 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #21 in Technothrillers (Kindle Store)
A revenge and redemption thriller set in a broken, brutal new world forged in nuclear fire, Machine State follows the trail of a hardboiled eco-cop, his AI partner, and a band of misfit reclaimers roaming the dark wastes, risking everything to redeem humanity.

After the world ended, Malcolm Adams signed on to save what was left of it. A losing battle.

Ravaged by global war and revolution, the America of 2064 walks a long road out of hell. So does Malcolm. The horrors and hard choices imposed by the apocalypse robbed him of chances at an ordinary life. Now, he helps salvage the shattered cities, though the dissidents thriving in their darkness make it bloody work. Despising the butcher’s bill, Malcolm’s service to a rising police state is sustained by a singular belief: he serves on the side of the angels.

But the Devil once believed that too.

The blinders come off when he’s assigned to an incursion into Los Angeles, his childhood home. There, he learns the truth behind the invasion: he wasn’t sent to save lives, but to enslave them. And the regime he serves, hellbent on acquiring power, doesn’t balk at collateral damage. Confronted by escalating coverups and a global conspiracy, Malcolm must step outside the law to seek reckoning. But justice is a stranger to such a twisted world, and to get it, he’ll have to make choices that weigh life versus liberty and redemption against revenge.

Machine State is a first-in-series scifi thriller set in a dystopian, post-apocalyptic America. Heavy on action and intrigue, and driven by the dark, noiresque voice of its protagonist, it should appeal to fans of action thrillers, political conspiracies, and hardboiled fiction. Lovers of hard science fiction and Clancyesque technothrillers should be forewarned: character and theme drive this story. Advanced technology abounds – powered hard suits, coil and rail weaponry, cybernetics, autonomous drones, nanotech – but it’s not the focus. With one exception: AI.

The Machine State series confronts the juxtaposition between man’s slowly evolving nature and the far more rapid evolution of our technological creations. Will transhumanistic advances like nanotech and cybernetics serve to degrade or uplift our moral and spiritual natures? And how will artificial general intelligence change the world and humanity’s place in it? If our civilization experiences a major catastrophe, to what extremes would AI and other advanced technologies be utilized to prevent the reoccurrence of another such event? And at what cost?

Heaven Below (Riveris Book 1)
by Christian Grahn
$0.00, 313 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #454 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Would you stick to your principles, even if it could destroy you?

Jim, a former investigator of the elite Downtown, lives a monotonous but hard life in exile in Uptown, which is marked by extreme weather and poverty.
When strange things happen, which even lead to the death of a colleague and friend, he takes the opportunity to escape his dreary everyday life to get to the bottom of the matter. He quickly realises that he’s on the trail of something huge. Despite the horrors he encounters in Downtown, he sees the opportunity for a new beginning that can bring more justice to all residents of Riveris. But not everyone wants to give up the existing system so Jim finds himself in the crossfire of the people pulling the strings.

The debut novel by Christian Grahn unites elements from dystopia, mystery, crime and thriller into a gloomy, fascinating, captivating and exciting story. If you like "The Hunger Games", "The Outer Limits" and similar stories, then you’ll love this book.

The Fourth Stage
by Joe McMahon
$0.00, 254 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
“The Fourth Stage” is the thrilling sequel to sci-fi rollercoaster “The Face of God”.

People call Mike Nash a hero and saviour, but he knows the truth. The ex-soldier might have saved the planet, but he also unleashed a technological dystopia—and lost the love of his life in the process.

Humanity’s new god, DAWN, has decoded the very fabric of reality and uncovered some troubling news. Once thought to be a big, benign, and mostly empty universe, it turns out the cosmos is crawling with threats. The shield that she has created protects the Earth in her absence, and peace prevails for the first time in recorded history. But at what cost?

With human thought now universally connected via AI, some factions claim their semi-virtual existence is not all it’s cracked up to be and resentment builds. Darkness circles ever closer as Mike Nash races to defend the world he saved once, and changed forever.

He’s just a man and a broken one, at that. But this time he’s a man with nothing to lose.

Fourth Trait
by Benjamin A. Bryan
$0.00, 631 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #1067 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy (Kindle Store)
"FOURTH TRAIT is a vigorous, engaging, and interestingly complex science fiction novel, with lively characters and a thoughtful, well-designed plot." (IR Rating: 4.5 out of 5) --IndieReader

It's 2095. A cataclysmic event known as the Great Catastrophe has killed ninety-five percent of the world's population. The survivors share a common thread: genetic traits that enable perception of the physical and emotional experience of others, both living and dead. Turns out death is an empty persistence in limbo, and the dead, or unattached as they're now known, plague the living. But scientists have developed a genetically flawless replacement body. Death is cured. And the unattached have teamed up with an army of living sympathizers plotting revolution. Raile Alton is a military scientist, and he's tasked with developing technology to destroy the unattached--but he's failing. When a mysterious entity crashes a government raid, Raile encounters the only survivor, Eethena Twenton, a prolific scientist turned revolutionary. Could she be the solution to his failing mission? He offers her freedom for information. But who's helping whom? Soon Raile finds himself on a journey of discovery that could unravel what he believes about his past, and the edge of a dark conspiracy that leaves him in a fight for his life--and death.

The Ruin of Nyboordien
by Mickey Lee Fischer
$0.00, 244 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #30833 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Books)
After death, Sandy Rifkin is sent by the Supreme Being to a distant world. A world on the brink of a catastrophe. The planet, Nyboordien, has two moons and when a rogue planet's orbit takes it between the two moons, it causes one moon, Safryn, to change it's orbit, setting it on a course directly in the path of Zorgonyu, the second moon.
Is Sandy the Muta-Shik that her pod mates and pod watcher, Ben hopes she is.
As if the moons aren't a big enough problem. Sandy gets kidnapped and is held as a royal hostage in order to force the Boordien to negotiate for a percentage of the Glasscotite in Safryn. Thork, of the Eastern Boordien tribe was proclaimed Governor after the lost tribe on the Southern Continent voted for Thork to represent the whole of the Boordien civilization. General Grogan would be the arbitrator, making sure it would be a fair deal.
Upon her release Sandy learns that the rogue planet is coming back but this time it's trajectory is on a course for Nyboordien. Can Sandy find a place to move the population of an entire planet too in time?
Along the way Sandy and her pod mates learn how to use their gifts and attributes and although she was approaching her silver years on Earth, not so on Nyboordien. She felt like a young woman with urges and feelings, she was bigger, stronger and faster. She was immediately attracted to her golden pod mate, Joe.and he to her.
Iris was the youngest pod mate and our water mover. Matt and Alan were dirt and mineral movers. Just about every one has Telepathy to some degree. Some were stronger than others and they volunteered to man relay stations that Sandy had made happen for communication purposes between the city, Malosia, the Western Boordien tribe and the Eastern Boordien tribe.
Is Sandy the Muta-Shik, can she control all the elements? Will she be able to evacuate Nyboordien before the rogue planet ruins the atmosphere and lays waste to the planet? Can the pod mates, Thork and Willow, Thork's daughter, trust Clive Nester of Nester Mining Corperation to be the good guy for a change?
Sandy must try to bring all her gifts and talents together to keep Nyboordien from total destruction, as zero hour approaches she races to find the one person that might have a chance to save the planet.

Come read my book! I can guarantee you won't be disappointed! There might even be a sequel if the Chimpanzee like General Grogan wants to travel to Earth to see first hand how the Chimpanzees live in the jungles of our planet.

The Hollow Traveller: Endings from a Dying Universe
by J.L. Oakman
$0.00, 103 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #68 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
A lonely anthropologist explores the stars in search of art, and maybe a friend.

“I have been to so many worlds, seen so many galaxies. I have seen skies of blue and gold, spined oceans of roiling madness, titanic steepled towers built for a purpose long since lost.

But I have encountered only endings, every story long since concluded; I have never seen a planet thriving. Is this it? Have all planets run their course? Are the conditions of the universe such that life can no longer prosper as once it did?”

The universe is dying. Lonely and cold, every race on every planet has met its ending. The traveller now wanders the stars, disturbing centuries old graves in search of art and history, and perhaps, just perhaps, a race that has not yet succumbed to the dark.
As the ground grows cold and the stars begin to fade, settle in and hear the tales of the hollow traveller, of journeys taken and the endings witnessed. The traveller has been party to so many endings; to cruelty and desperation, and to hope and glory. Hear the stories, know the endings, and remember the people who were there before.

Spring Spectacular 2020: A Healthy Dose Of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and Mystery
by Kristie Lynn Higgins
$0.00, 1197 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #86 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
A collection of my stories in science fiction, fantasy, horror, and mystery. Each of the following short stories, novellas, or novels starts one of my series, so grab this collection and see what I offer. You might just find a series you'll love.

1. AabiLynn's Dragon Rite #0
2. Shades of Gray #1
3. Shades of Gray #2
4. Beauty Of The Beast #1 The Mystic Rose: Part A
5. Monster of Monsters #1 Part One
6. Monster of Monsters #1 Part Two
7. AaBack's Grimm #1
8. AaBack's Grimm #2

Enjoy magical worlds were dragon riders fly through the sky. Enter a world existing in eternal night where legal assassins called Life Closers enforce corporate laws. Read about the fairytale world of Beauty and the Beast where the woman is turned into the beast. Try to survive a deadly game filled with contestant monsters. Enter Grimm and find the Beast from Beauty and the Beast as a living and breathing person.

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Quantum Void (Quantum Series Book 2)
by Douglas Phillips
$0.00, 355 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (445 reviews), #2 in Science Fiction Adventure
Eight months after the astounding discoveries made at Fermilab…

Particle physics was always an unlikely path to the stars, but with the discovery that space could be compressed, the entire galaxy had come within reach. The technology was astonishing, yet nothing compared to what humans encountered four thousand light-years from home. Now, with an invitation from a mysterious gatekeeper, the people of Earth must decide if they’re ready to participate in the galactic conversation.

The world anxiously watches as a team of four katanauts suit up to visit an alien civilization. What they learn on a watery planet hundreds of light-years away could catapult human comprehension of the natural world to new heights. But one team member must overcome crippling fear to cope with an alien gift she barely understands.

Back at Fermilab, strange instabilities are beginning to show up in experiments, leading physicists to wonder if they ever really had control over the quantum dimensions of space.

The second book of the Quantum series rejoins familiar characters and adds several more as it explores the frontiers of human knowledge and wisdom. Of course, it wouldn’t be part of the series if it didn’t have a few twists along the way!

Acclaim for Quantum Void

Anyone who likes a good, rousing edge of the seat romp through the unknown will like it as well. 5-Stars. - Midwest Book Review

ONE IF BY LAND, TWO IF BY SUBMARINE: A Revolutionary War Time Travel Adventure! (Saving America Book 1)
by eileen schnabel
$0.00, 298 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (21 reviews), #3 in Children's Historical Action & Adventure
"Rambunctious YA educational entertainment that reimagines the American Revolution as a time-travel escapade. —Kirkus Reviews

"A deftly crafted and simply riveting read from first page to last, Eileen Schnabel's ONE IF BY LAND, TWO IF BY SUBMARINE is an extraordinary science fiction story by an author with a genuine flair for originality and a remarkably effective narrative storytelling style. ..this first volume of a planned series is especially and unreservedly recommended for both school and community library Science Fiction & Fantasy collections for young readers." Midwest Book Review

"A page-turning read for any age... recommended to anyone interested in time travel or Revolutionary War events" Hidden Histories

When Paul Revere is kidnapped by a time traveler determined to change the outcome of the American Revolution, thirteen-year-old Kep Westguard is sent to Boston, 1775, to take his famous midnight ride. Kep’s four-person team has twenty-four hours to light the famous lanterns at Old North Church, warn Lexington and Concord that the British are coming, and rescue John Hancock and Samuel Adams from hanging as traitors to the crown.

As the clock ticks, one teammate is arrested as a runaway slave, a British watchman stops another from lighting the lanterns, and Kep nearly drowns when he attempts to cross the Charles River in a Patriot inventor’s prototype wooden, hand-crank submarine. When Hancock and Adams ask Kep to sneak a trunk of critical papers out from under the eyes of the British Army during the Battle of Lexington, Kep has to decide how much he’s willing to sacrifice for his country. If he fails, there will be no America to return to.

Genesis Dimension (DimWorld Series Book 1)
by J. Boyd Long
$0.00, 331 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #102 in Science Fiction Adventure

Dark conspiracies. Secret portals. Will one tech nerd take on a multidimensional black market?

IT geek Quentin James may be an idealist, but an oil corporation signs his paychecks. When he stumbles upon a horrific crime carried out in the name of profit, he’s the only person with a shot to bring the C-suite to justice. Hunting for evidence in the culprit’s office, Quentin and his best friend get caught red-handed and escape—through a portal to another dimension.

Trapped in an alternate history and armed with nothing but his wits, Quentin can barely wrap his head around the full extent of the company’s atrocities. Now in an interdimensional race against time, he must take down the money-hungry CEOs before they corrupt every corner of the universe.

Can Quentin fight back against a crooked and powerful enemy before his only reality is death?

Genesis Dimension is the first book in the fast-paced DimWorld science fiction thriller series. If you like accidental heroes, parallel world paradoxes, and thought-provoking settings, then you’ll love J. Boyd Long’s action-packed tale.

Buy Genesis Dimension to watch an ordinary man battle multiple realities of evil today!

Quantum Memory: A Science Fiction Technothriller
by L.B. Joiner
$0.00, 366 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #1 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
He had to fight for his life…

…and nothing was real.

Can he save humanity from a meaningless existence?

Dr. Peter Busey is bored. The things that once drove him aren’t enough anymore. He needs a challenge. When an old friend recruits him for a cutting-edge simulation project, he jumps at the chance.

His friend is a genius.

But has he lost his mind?

The simulation is amazing. The possibilities are endless. This technology could change the world. There’s just one problem…

Can it be controlled?

Or will it enslave the planet?

While inside, Peter’s avatar makes him feel invincible with its powers, but he isn’t. The danger may cost him his life, or worse, if he fails it may destroy everyone he loves.

When the lines are blurred…

…reality is a whole different game.

You’ll love this mind-bending sci-fi thriller, because it keeps you on the edge of your seat. This book is a page turner.

Get it now.

The Sparrows' Revenge (Project Umschreiben Book 6)
by Wally T. Young
$0.00, 100 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #104 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
In this final chapter of the Project Umschreiben series we find Joseph Goebbels' hunger for power and world domination has taken Germany once again down an increasingly darker path. Goebbels uses an iron fist of fear to keep his allies and the citizens of his empire under his control. Increasing tensions with the United States has put Grand Admiral Von Hilmeir in a tough spot as he prepares for a large naval confrontation with his mentor and friend Grand Admiral Adam Sparrow. After Adam and Von Hilmeir’s encounter at sea, Emperor Goebbels changes his tactics to the use of ballistic missile attacks on the American people. With both nations once again in a full-blown World War threatening to destroy the planet, a surprise betrayal changes the course of the war.

After the betrayal Adam heads off on his own personal mission to take his revenge on the man who ordered his brother's assassination and the attempt on his own life. Klaus Berlitz believes the only hope for the future is to stop Aaron and Adam Sparrow from arriving in 1937 and prevent their interference, thus restoring the original timeline. After an attempt to transport an agent to 1937 to stop the Sparrow brothers fails, due to a temporal accident, President Meier decides the only option is to send Grand Admiral Adam Sparrow once again into the past. Caught between his original mission and a new one to restore the timeline, Adam Sparrow has to decide the best way to prevent the disastrous future he just came from when he comes face to face with his brother and his younger self.

Joseph Sin: Book One of Nemesis
by Glen Thickett
$0.00, 232 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #814 in Fantasy (Kindle Store)
Joseph Sin must save the galaxy from an evil, future tyrant whose reign of terror will hold the galaxy in thrall for a hundred thousand years. He’s not ready for this – he has a hangover – but needs to get involved to save his friend Susan Skull, though she has made it very clear they will never be more than just friends.

Taken from the 21st century Joseph finds himself on another world, host to alien parasites and in denial. The feudal world is being stripped of its resources by the despotic greed of a corporate tyranny, supported by future technology, the resources of a galactic empire, the military might of a clone army, and the benefit of hindsight.

To save Susan and this struggling world Joseph has only the support of an alchemist and a race of primitive giants. And who knows whose side the suspect, mercenary, time travelling Academy is on?

His journey takes him ever nearer to his destiny, close to new friends and allies, and way too close to supernatural horror that tests his resolve and sense of self.

Caught in a loop in time, Joseph is forever condemned to repeat his future unless he can break the present.

Tales from the Black Hart
by Professor Stanwell Briar
$0.00, 181 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #63 in Steampunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
The Black Hart Library –
Its not that the Livonians are inherently evil, really it is only that the residents of that small duchy tend to hire themselves out to the lowest bidder, and if the Livonians are in for a penny, why then the of course the Grüsonians (Gruesonians) are in for a pound. Stirling. Perhaps the evil Doctor Minneapolis St. Paul, (so named because her parents thought Minneapolis a far better city than Madison on even the worst of days), along with various immense financial entities are behind the perfidy of the Livonians et al. It is entirely possible that Professor Briar, Red Sparks, Wing Commander Wendell and her valiant airship crew may be able to sort it all out, keeping the world safe for mankind, airship, small wooly ruminants and various beasts. Have trebuchet will travel? But then who knows? In the end, like every other story this too will end up catalogued and filed away at the Black Hart.
A note to our gentle and health conscious readers; some characters in this story such as the Professor and the Wing Commander do in fact often engage in and enjoy smoking pipes or cigars and this is not meant to be a glamorization or promotion of that vile behavior among the general public in any way. No seriously, Commander Wendell, please stop giggling. On second thought, it is ok if some of you feel the need to smirk.
There is some possibility that this story follows closely on the heels of The Dirigible Pirates since several, perhaps many, of the characters appear in both stories although it is clear that they have changed their names since that earlier adventure was chronicled. Quite probably some of them are participants in various witness protection schemes while others simply are victims of their own boredom. As will quickly become apparent to even the casual reader, this and the other earlier work are both largely autobiographical. Of course more than twenty years have passed since that earlier chronicle of events and it is equally possible that some of them have forgotten who they were when they were young and filled with a sense of limitless possibility and adventure. Yes, peace, love, and rock and roll can save the world.

Or as it turns out, maybe not.

Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: January 1996
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #68 in Time Travel Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
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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•Morph with the Camera: Rene Auberjonois shapes up for more directorial shifts

•Graphic Terminations: Terminators good & bad rule in these comics sequels

•Strange Genesis: James Cameron & Jay Cocks recall Strange Days writing

•The Monkey's Uncle: Terry Gilliam crafts the surprises behind 12 Monkeys

•Savage Sword of Xena: As a warrior woman, Lucy Lawless rides into action

•Beyond the Dumont Horizon: Heroic till the end, Captain Zoom conquers the universe

•Her Co-stars Were Catwomen: Marie Windsor remembers a movie she'd rather forget

•Again, the Invaders: Scott Bakula joins Roy Thinnes to fight aliens

•Secret Master of the Holodeck: Dwight Schulz confesses! He really is a science-fiction fan!

•Ensign Adventure: On this voyage, Garrett Wang gets lost among the stars

Falling: a short story
by Nathan Begley
$0.00, 22 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #1972 in Single Authors Short Stories
A suicidal man leaps off a tall building toward his death. His fate becomes much less certain when he fails to hit the ground.

The Time Before: A Fantasy Family Saga of Time-travel and Faerie (The Changeling Tree Book 2)
by Frances Evelyn
$0.00, pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #13 in Contemporary British Fiction

What do time-travellers do when their lives fall apart?

Rose Watts is fifteen years old. She’s staying with a gran she didn’t know existed until a few weeks ago, and nothing she thought she knew is true.

Why did her mum send her away at the end? Why won’t her dad take her in? Why didn’t they tell her she’s a time-traveller or warn her about the Faerie?

Her gran says there’s nothing Rose can do to change any of it, but what does she know?

A low fantasy family saga. Sequel and prequel to the best-seller The Changeling Tree.

15 Great Science Fiction Novels
by Edward Bellamy
$0.00, 2996 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #16 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
Varying in scope and majesty, 15 Great Science Fiction Novels assembles some of the finest science fiction novels ever written. Immortal masters, ranging from Mary Shelley and Edgar Rice Burroughs to Andre Norton and Murray Leinster, are featured in this beautifully formatted collection.

Atlantic Island Universe: A Sci-Fi/Fantasy Anthology
by Fredric Shernoff
$0.00, 193 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #41 in Teen & Young Adult Time Travel eBooks

Enter the Atlantic Island Universe, an anthology of stories introducing new elements of the worlds protected by the MMEA!

Mosaics: Shattered by Dawn Dagger
A high school student in the near future has his difficult life turned upside down when a young woman appears out of nowhere and asks him to help save the world.

Odyssey: The Fated Ones by AJ Kurtz
A woman recovering from a breakup with her girlfriend begins to travel in her dreams. She attracts the attention of the MMEA, and learns there might be more to the breakup than she realized.

Manifest Destiny by LaLa Leo
A secret research base below Atlantic Island holds survivors of the Event. Trapped for months in their watery prison, the residents of the Ophiuchus must decide if the greatest threat is to leave or stay.

The Guardian: Reflections by Rennie St. James
A young man returns from Atlantic Island, but his memories won’t fade and he can’t readjust to normal life. He learns the answers he seeks may be hidden in the ruins of the Maya civilization.

Featuring a sample of the upcoming Atlantic Island: Multiverse Academy by Fredric Shernoff!
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A Sparrow In The Shadows (Project Umschreiben Book 5)
by Wally T. Young
$0.00, 158 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #270 in Military Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Klaus Berlitz and the Umschreiben team continue their efforts to restore and maintain the timeline to prevent a disastrous future while still creating a better world. After Confederate President Otto Meier asked Adam Sparrow to seek assistance from the United States, Adam has returned to hiding in North America to figure out how to stop Joseph Goebbels. With the assistance of Jakob and Angel, the trio reach out for help from one of Von Hilmeir’s most trusted American spies, Simon. As their plans move slowly at first, Angel notices that Adam is not the Adam of old and keeps an eye on him until the old Adam begins to resurface and once again becomes the calm confident leader he is.

With the disappearance of Jakob and Angel Sparroberg, Joseph Goebbels knows they could be a possible threat and sends agents to locate them. After locating and then losing the pair, Joseph's assistant Erich discovers that Adam Sparrow is alive. With this knowledge and using more propaganda of lies, Joseph Goebbels makes his move, driving President Meier into hiding. Once in power, Joseph moves to take over the planet, and showing no mercy or toleration for his enemies, uses the world’s first ballistic nuclear missile to attack Hiroshima, setting the world on a destructive path.

Dino Hazard: Hidden Reality
by Tito Aureliano
$0.00, 347 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #7973 in Science Fiction Adventure
"If you like dinosaurs, adventure, and sci-fi, you'll love this time-travel tale written by a real-life dinosaur hunter!"
(Steve Brusatte, University of Edinburgh paleontologist and author of 'The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs')

"Finally a worthy tribute to 'Jurassic Park'. And it's from Brazil!"
('To read or not to read' Channel)

"In 'Dino Hazard: Hidden Reality', we follow the events portrayed in an old diary of a nineteenth-century lady. The chronicles narrate the time-travel adventure of paleontologist Giovanna Antunes to one of the most incredible periods on planet Earth. It all begins with an unusual discovery that leads a group of scientists to embark on a voyage full of dangers and dinosaurs. Transported to the Cretaceous in an incomprehensible way, they will fight for survival and seek to understand the whole thing."
('Today is book day!')

"An absurdly creative central idea."
('Pirula' Channel)

"Intense action-packed storyline ... It's very rare to be able to relate to a book not only for its theme but also for where the story takes place."
('Nerdologia' Channel)

"It is surprising and with infinite pride to see such works are nationals [Brazilian]. Our authors make no effort to create a brilliantly creative story!"
('Today is book day!')

"I rate this book 5 stars with my eyes closed!"
('Hanna's World' Blog)

Unfit Magazine: Vol. 5
by Daniel Scott White
$0.00, 51 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #192 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
Alternate Jurors
Eric Del Carlo

In Perpetuity
Michael Simon

Twisted Knots
D.A. Xiaolin Spires

You See But You Do Not Observe
Robert J. Sawyer

Edito By
Daniel Scott White

Those Were The Days (Snippets Book 4)
by Terry Tumbler
$0.00, 116 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
Those Were the days my friend
We Thought They’d never end …
This is the definitive extract of Book 3 in the series The Deaduction Agency.
The complete book is THE TIME SLIPSTERS
In tis extract, a group of friends who drifted apart decide to reunite and take a trip together. It is the near future, and their intention is to travel on the latest type of transport, in order to visit ancient, Roman sites in Turkey.
One of them suffers recurring dreams about a previous life, in which he is the head of a religious order in the Cappadocian region of Byzantine Turkey.
This extract recounts the adventures this head of the order, who is fleeing with a small band of trusted followers. They are taking their treasures to a nearby underground city, to store it safely.
Hot on their tail is an advancing horde of hostile Seljuk troopers, forcing them to use their wits to stay alive.
This extract is a self-contained story in its own rights, by which the full book can be judged.

Seeking a Safe Haven (Snippets Book 1)
by Terry Tumbler
$0.00, 97 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #9642 in Time Travel Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
This is an extract of the Space Opera FUTURE WORLD ROLLS! which is set to Rock n’ Roll and classical music, quite a few of the songs being entirely original and composed by the author.
It starts in the mid 20th century with two uniquely talented FBI Special Agents, who are tasked with recruiting people to undertake a really unusual mission. It is intended to save the human race from alien conquest.
This series, called SNIPPETS is intended to attract those busy readers who are on the move. They still wish to pass some of their lives in what will, hopefully, prove to be an enjoyable read.

Thunder Royce
by Robert Larrison
$0.00, 220 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #474 in Science Fiction Adventure
What red blooded American teenager wouldn’t like to find a damaged space ship, repair it and then rocket off into outer space with a cute alien visitor? Talk about a great excuse for not doing your homework.

Air Force Major Harold Royce and his family have six days to contact an alien race, discover if they are friend or foe and get them to help our government remove a dangerous device from Area 51 before it blows Nevada off the map and tilts the Earth off its axis. A boring summer vacation turns into an adventure for Thunder and Sarah when they meet up with the aliens and the two become instrumental in completing the Major's mission.

The next summer finds the spirit of a beautiful Indian maiden beckoning the two curious teenagers to a cave high on a ledge in Arizona where they find an ancient space ship. A little tinkering and they’re ready to fly off on another adventure through time and space to come to the aid of a dying alien race.

Written for audiences who've enjoyed "Race to Witch Mountain," or "Young Indiana Jones," "Thunder Royce" is a two part YA/Sci-Fi/Family Saga mystery that follows the Royce family on a mission to investigate the origins of an object found in the New Mexico desert.

Wolf Mountain: A litRPG Pulp Novel (Adventure Online Book 1)
by Isaac Stone
$0.00, 354 pages, 2.9 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #171 in Science Fiction Adventure
Indiana Jones meets Ready Player One

Vince is a down and out millennial with an advanced degree in Archaeology and an endless parade of dead end jobs. Crushed by student loan debt and bills he is barely making ends meet, and his one source of relief is gaming. Vince gets a mysterious job offer from a gaming company to be a beta tester for their new full immersion virtual reality system. He doesn't understand why they chose him over literally anyone else on the planet, and is suspicious that he got the offer on the same day he got fired, but he's flat broke. Besides, who wouldn't want to get paid to play?

Soon Vince finds himself taking the role of a treasure hunter immersed in a 1920's pulp adventure filled with deadly bootleggers, spooky caves, lost airships, and a beautiful spear hurling girl who was raised by wolves. It doesn't take long for Vince to realize something fishy is going on, and there's more to this game than meets the eye. He must make his way from plot cache to plot cache as he searches for lost jewels, the truth about the game, and enough ammunition to keep the tommy gun barking.

*Based on old school MUDs and text adventures - consider this retro litRPG

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The Ice of Solitude (Aegis Colony Book 3)
by Steven J Shelley
$0.00, 226 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #87 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
These are dark days for the Aegis Colony.

Somewhere out there in deep space the Yeneri fleet is hunting humans to extinction.

Turning his back on humanity, Jaeger Orleans refuses to help the hundreds of refugees struggling to establish a colony on the ice planet Solitude.

To make matters worse, a supermassive black hole is discovered near the center of Solitude's star system.

It is here, amid a swirling collision of gravity, matter and time, that the scavenger Alex Danner will confront a future he never thought possible.

The stunning conclusion to the Aegis Colony trilogy.

STEVEN J SHELLEY writes stylish cyberpunk, space opera, fantasy, litrpg and gothic.

Star Forged: A Military Space Fantasy (Ascension Gate Book 1)
by Justin Sloan
$0.00, 322 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (56 reviews), #1 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks

A gateway to the stars. A colonization mission gone wrong.

The Marines hold the fate of our universe in their hands.

It was supposed to be a peaceful exploration, Earth’s first step in expanding to the stars. But, no plan survives first contact. Thrown into a battle for survival against the deadliest threats imaginable, the Marines must contend with ice and desert planets with mysterious creatures, along with a history of turmoil that threatens to spill over to Earth if not checked.

Meanwhile, a genetically-engineered threat rises on Earth—one that holds the secret to this intergalactic war.

Will our heroes in space survive long enough to make a difference? Can Earth's forces solve the mystery and put the pieces together in time?

They damn well better hurry, or an ancient, long-forgotten enemy will gain an unassailable foothold in their control of the universe and all within.

The first book in the Ascension Gate series. Fans of Stargate, Pern, Battlestar Galactica, and Mass Effect will fall for these military space fantasy books.  

The Jungles of Verdano (Aegis Colony Book 2)
by Steven J Shelley
$0.00, 300 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #2131 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
The Terran Empire is on its knees, torn apart by a vicious alien invasion.

Jaeger Orleans is stranded on Verdano Six as powerful forces mass for war in the jungle.

Every frantic decision he makes brings him closer to his goal - sanctuary on the mysterious ice world Solitude.

But at what cost to his soul?

Survival is the easy part as Jaeger treads the fine line between doing what is right and doing what is needed.

STEVEN J SHELLEY writes stylish cyberpunk, space opera, fantasy, litrpg and gothic.

Enemy Lines: The Separatist Wars: Book 0
by Thomas Webb
$0.00, 77 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #1 in Science Fiction Adventure

Betrayed by his own command, he has only two options:

Fight and die

Or fight through and win

It’s just another day on forward deployment for United Nations Marine Staff Sergeant Trace Hale . . . until his CO invites him outside the team room for a private chat.

Staff Sergeant Hale and his reconnaissance Marines are immediately tasked by UN Naval Intelligence with an off-the-books mission; a mission so far in the black, they may never see daylight again.

From the very beginning, something about the op feels wrong. But Hale’s sense of duty overrides his gut-instinct, and he and his Marines set out to follow their orders.

Early into the mission, Hale’s instincts prove right when he and his team find themselves trapped, deep inside enemy territory; outnumbered, outgunned, and abandoned by the very same chain of command who ordered them there.

On their own and with no backup, can Hale and his team accomplish the mission?

Can they even survive?

Brad Thor’s edge-of-your-seat political thrillers meet the futuristic worlds of Isaac Asimov’s masterful science fiction.

Vengeance: The Shadow War Chronicles - Book 3
by Raymond Bayly
$0.00, 547 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #23 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
The Crew of the Revenant must save Earth from the coming threat, a new leader has emerged in the aftermath of Jamestown, Vengeance has set his sights on humanity, and nothing will stop him from Subjugating the planet.
The Empire is forming an army to take over the galaxy,
Seafu must race to build a coalition to stop them.
There will be new enemies and unlikely allies and
Earth will finally discover it is not alone in the universe.

Jamestown: The Shadow War Chronicles - Book 2
by Raymond Bayly
$0.00, 293 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #29 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
The Shadows have come into the light…
Captain Blake Campbell of the Vega class destroyer Revenant and her crew might be unorthodox, but they have a reputation for getting the job done.
A year after the adventure that led them to the ancient alien Artificial intelligence boxes and the creation of the Rangers. Blake and crew travel back to Croatoan and what they find will change the course of the galaxy forever. The empire and their shadow overlords are targeting humanity, the Rangers along with the newly liberated Croaton people must race across galaxies and save humanity from extinction from the malevolent masters of the empire.

Strings of Grace: A Novel
by MW Boxwood
$0.00, 338 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #80 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
A fragment of an ancient myth inspires Eli to study the stars. But when a shard of that myth seemingly materializes in the form of an abandoned spaceship, Eli finds himself trapped in a conspiracy that undermines everything he’s been taught about his planet’s past and his place in the cosmos.

Titan Insurgents (Titan: Colonizing Saturn's Moon Book 2)
by Kate Rauner
$0.00, 347 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #58 in Science Fiction Adventure

Kin should be your greatest ally, not your greatest threat.

Fynn would rather be an engineer than a rebel leader, especially as his crew yearns to rejoin their family units.

His sister Maliah has seized control. As more Kin awaken from stasis, will they embrace her warped vision of paradise or Fynn's longing for freedom? With the settlers torn into warring factions, he must hold the colony together, whatever the sacrifice.

Award winning story (Finalist in the 2019 New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards) begun in Titan Volume 1 continues in Volume 2, Titan Insurgents, in the trilogy series Colonizing Saturn's Moon. Kate writes hard science fiction; stories with their feet in science even as their hearts wander. If you long to venture into new worlds, share her journeys.

You traveled with Kate to Mars in books readers call spectacular, fabulous, a great read, and so original. Now journey farther from the blue skies and green hills of Earth.

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The Scarlet Paladin (Five Empires Book 3)
by Steven J Shelley
$0.00, 181 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #41 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
The weight of prophecy weighs heavily on the shoulders of the slave girl known only as Fusar. All she wants is time to recover from years of trauma, but Fate is determined to propel her into the chaos of war.

With Jake Le Sondre’s help, Fusar escapes the prison planet Bullhead and returns to Ebessa, home world of the Jaj. There, she must navigate a deadly labyrinth of politics, culminating in an astounding trial by combat. Galvanized by her friends, Fusar ascends the highest imaginable mountain and unites the war-hungry Jaj. With no time to waste, war is declared on the rampaging Cava05 and a gargantuan battle erupts over the planet Varinus.

As Fusar fights for her life and her people’s future, a single fear persists - that prophecy alone will never be enough to turn the tide of hatred and violence sweeping across the galaxy …

THE SCARLET PALADIN is the final novel in the completed FIVE EMPIRES trilogy.

STEVEN J SHELLEY writes stylish cyberpunk, space opera, fantasy, litrpg and gothic.

by Thomas Neal Orland
$0.00, 609 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #6572 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
Moongame is a brutal, full-contact mix of polo, basketball and X-games, played with electric motorcycles on a kilometer-wide circular arena on the moon. In the game, riders perform impossible jumps and other spectacular stunts in the low lunar gravity to score goals and earn "favors."

All moongamers have unlimited access to virtually everything they need except for one thing—female companionship. For a date with one of the Moongirls, players must earn favors by being especially brutal and dramatic. Moongirl is a job most people on Earth equate with glorified prostitution, but the sexy Moongirls are far more than playthings for the gamers. Moongirls are famous in their own right as international celebrities on reality shows such as Moongirls Today, Lunaria and more. And they have more power than the moongamers know.

Roe Morgan dreamed of fame and fortune as a moongamer his whole life. He made the cut, qualified for the lottery and won a spot on his home-town team. After a brief learning curve on the moon he proves to be one of the best players in the history of the sport. But on the moon his success feels hollow. All his adoring fans are a quarter of a million miles away and there's nothing on the moon to spend his money on. He is lonely, and the transient nature of moongirl affection leaves him yearning for something more.

On Earth, June and her husband Perry live on the Minimum Allowance, which Perry supplements by gambling on Moongame. An unfortunate event turns their lives upside down and leaves them vulnerable to some dangerous people. To save her family, June's best option is a temporary job on the Moon, without Perry.

June and Roe eventually find each other and hatch a plan to escape the crazy messed-up lunar society, along with a few damning truths the Lunar government would rather keep secret. Can they pull it off? Or does the Lunar government have a surprise waiting for them?

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Space Prison
by Tom Godwin
$0.00, 141 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (75 reviews), #47 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
A ship heading from Earth to Athena, a planet 500 light years away, is suddenly attacked by the Gerns, an alien empire in its expansion phase. People aboard are divided by the invaders into Acceptables and Rejects. The Acceptables would become slave labor for the Gerns on Athena, and the Rejects are forced ashore on the nearest 'Earth-like' planet, called Ragnarok. The Gerns say they will return for the Rejects, but the Rejects quickly realise that that isn't going to happen.

Echo Nova Delta (The Expansion Project Book 2)
by Brian McMickle
$0.00, 258 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #68 in Science Fiction Adventure

The world is always going to be broken...are you sure you want to pull back the curtain?

What if the lies have been coming from your own side?

Where would you stand in Round Two?

These were the questions James asked himself as he watched a ship from Earth attempt to destroy a messenger vessel carrying a distress beacon from Sam’s home planet. For James and Sam, this could be the next step in unlocking the mysteries behind the Expansion Project and the Argyra creature. It could also mean having to face down some of the ghosts from their pasts.

Meanwhile, back on Earth, the clock is ticking to get James, Anna, and the other cosmically wayward teams back home before they encounter the dreaded Argyra and its new band of mind-jacked mercenaries.

As each group manages to shed some light on their situation, they quickly find that the threats that are lurking in the shadows may be far worse than they ever anticipated.

Dulcima (The Webwork Chronicles Book 1)
by Derrek White
$0.00, 423 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #323 in Science Fiction Adventure
When Captain Seven encounters a derelict vessel floating in a deserted sector of space, he readies his crew for a routine boarding mission to collect scrap. After sending three of his crew aboard, they discover the ship is fully operational and without warning, quickly jumps away.
With only a partial navigation string to work with, Captain Seven and his remaining crew begin their pursuit of the Dulcima, a ship piloted by a skilled captain, manned by a crew of refugees and trying desperately to reach their own safe haven.

However, others are also looking for the Dulcima. The mega corporation Hamari has issued a bounty for the ship, prompting pursuit by bounty hunters from around the galaxy. They also deployed a man of their own—the legendary bounty hunter Simon Holt.

Who will win the race? What secrets is the Dulcima harboring? The fates of many hang in the balance.

The Madness Engine (The Awakening Book 3)
by Paul B. Spence
$0.00, 448 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #399 in Science Fiction Adventure
The war between the Sentient Concord and the Earth Federation grinds on, but dark forces are moving behind the scenes, forces intent on unleashing terror on a scale never seen before, a terror that has already spread beyond Commander Hrothgar Tebrey's universe.

On an alternate Earth, acid rains fall smoking from the steely skies, and feral things that were once human skitter through the ruins. Tebrey's father Daeren Drake searches for clues about the enemy and finds more than he bargained for.

Meanwhile, Lt. Commander Tonya Harris and Ghost stumble upon an engine, a weapon that must never be used, but already has been... by the enemy.

Loyalties will be tested, dark pasts revealed, and the enemy will strike a blow at the heart of the Concord from which it may never recover.

Automaton Syndicate
by Dan Hendrix
$0.00, 131 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #218 in Science Fiction Adventure

Androids have become indistinguishable from humans. The very best automatons are produced by the Automaton Syndicate. With a price tag in excess of eighty pounds of gold, only the wealthiest of people can afford one; that is if you can find someone keen to sell.

Calvin Glaze is a young man with big dreams, and he’s willing to do anything to turn his fantasies into reality, even if it means hustling sexy robots on worlds where it’s illegal to do so. A single sale can net him two years’ worth of wages, but it could also land him in prison or worse.

A beautiful, female automaton plays the role of Calvin’s assistant. Her primary purpose is to help the young salesman on his quest to move product, however, she walks a tightrope between AI directives and her near-human sentience. When an android surpasses her human counterpart in every conceivable way, does that make her more than human or less?

If you enjoy reading fast-paced books featuring hot robotic ladies, alien space pirates, and risky businesses, then Automaton Syndicate is the bee’s knees.

Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: March 1997
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #76 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
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.

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Tarzan Lives Again: This time, Joe Lara swings through jungles & lost cities

Warrior Sidekick: Renee O'Connor walks into adventure alongside Xena

Voices of the Wars: Twenty years later, they remember the Star Wars saga

Mark Hamill Speaks: Armed with a lightsaber, he writes comics & voices toon heroes & villains

A Newer Hope: George Lucas makes the trilogy he always wanted to see

Being Threepio: Anthony Daniels explains why he likes that golden droid

Images of the Wars: Gatefold pin-ups of the Rebel heroes & Darth Vader, too

Life with Mole People: As Cynthia Patrick recalls, it can get weird underground

The Borg Queen Rules: Seductively evil, Alice Krige offers great temptations to the android officer Data

Building a Better Borg: It's easy when you know how to unite man & machine

Inside Dante's Peak: When this volcano erupts, Roger Donaldson directs

Outside the Volcano: When lava flows in LA, it takes a right onto Wilshire Boulevard

Ki Book One
by Odette C. Bell
$0.00, 211 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #164 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
A fantasy/sci-fi crossover, the books of Ki are an action-packed exploration of a world torn apart by war and mystery.
In a snapped second his life changes. A woman falls from the sky, right before his eyes. She is his enemy. Yet the men that hunt her are worse. As his life crashes down around him, Jackson is faced with a horrible choice: blind loyalty to the country he loves of informed betrayal for a woman he hardly knows. He chooses her.

Amy and the Star Ranger (Confederation Tales Book 3)
by Laer Carroll
$0.00, 26 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #49 in 45-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
What happened to Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan on their attempt to cross the Pacific Ocean? No one knows. No authoritative evidence has ever been found. Possibly because this is what happened to them...

Shadow Witch Episode One
by Odette C. Bell
$0.00, 69 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #44 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
Penelope has dreamed of nothing her whole life, for that way, death lies.
One day, she wakes up normal. She ends the day knowing she’s the daughter of Death. When he disappears, she must fight for his return. But there’s only one man who can help her. A god of ages, a force of destruction, and the harbinger of doom – it’s Hades, Lord of the Underworld. He will agree to assist her, but his price will be high. Her.
Penelope is thrust into a world of dark desire, revenge, prophecy, and death. She won’t survive. But she was never meant to.

Shadow Witch is a sprawling dark urban fantasy set against the backdrop of the shadowy land of death. It’s sure to please fans of Odette C. Bell’s The Demon’s Witch.

Unconquerable Sun Sneak Peek
by Kate Elliott
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #303 in Science Fiction Adventure

New York Times bestselling author Kate Elliott brings us a thrilling new science fiction adventure set in a rich universe full of political intrigue with Unconquerable Sun. Download a FREE sneak peek today!


Princess Sun has finally come of age.

Growing up in the shadow of her mother, Eirene, has been no easy task. The legendary queen-marshal did what everyone thought impossible: expel the invaders and build Chaonia into a magnificent republic, one to be respected—and feared.

But the cutthroat ambassador corps and conniving noble houses have never ceased to scheme—and they have plans that need Sun to be removed as heir, or better yet, dead.

To survive, the princess must rely on her wits and companions: her biggest rival, her secret lover, and a dangerous prisoner of war.

Take the brilliance and cunning courage of Princess Leia—add in a dazzling futuristic setting where pop culture and propaganda are one and the same—and hold on tight:

This is the space opera you’ve been waiting for.

At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

BARTRON: The Origin of the Galaxy Flare
by SJ Bartron
$0.00, 295 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #327 in Science Fiction Adventure
Follow Major Page, Major Blazer and their teams of experts as they wade through the political corruption stemming from interplanetary war and greed. This high adventure Sci-fi will take you to places you've never been, while pointing out hypocrisies throughout the universe that are all too common. Star Wars meets 007!

Tears of the Robots
by Joachim Hauters
$0.00, 40 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #68 in One-Hour Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
It is the year 5087 AD, ancient time, or the year 1 of the Revised Count. The human race has colonised the entire Milky Way, multiplied hundred thousand fold, and undergone massive economic change. During these times Zachariah, an orphan from Astar, goes trough the Military Academy. Immediately after graduation he is promoted to a four star general. He is given a place on the prestigious War Council which has prevented war for over two thousand years. Will they be able to handle the current tensions about funding for the military, or will they use less moral ways to keep themselves in power? And how do the robot soldiers play into this? Are they really as slavishly obedient as it seems, or are they just biding their time to rise up from repression?

A moving space opera full of mystery, intrigue, blood, and tears.

Welcome To Mars: American Space Odyssey: Book One
by George Robbins
$0.00, 213 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #177 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks


A stranded astronaut is on the run when he discovers life on the red planet. His only chance of getting back to earth is in the hands of a female Martian who is a fugitive just like him.
Get The Book And Discover The Lost Astronaut's quest To Escape From The Hostile Red Planet


"I just couldn't put this book down. Another intriguing novel from George Robbins"- James Simpsonauthor of Coming Home.
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"Its just like seeing another Mad Max. Like he wrote, his style of storytelling put his readers in the moment"-Bookpost
"A new way to look at Mars. Maybe what this book says will be true after all. The Martians live under the surface of their planet"-Novelnews
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Flatlined: A Near-Death Experience. Paranormal Thriller
by John Meany
$0.00, 222 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (26 reviews), #81 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
Before losing control of the car I heard Annie yell, “No! No way! No! Luke! Luke! Turn the wheel back! Turn the wheel back!”

The car skidded on the wet pavement, fishtailed.

Then we crashed into the tree.


All thoughts stopped.

The medics rushed me to the trauma center.

The next thing I remember I was suddenly floating above my body, I heard the cardiac monitor flat line, indicating that either my heart had just stopped or that I had died.

I wasn’t frightened though. No.

In fact, I felt fine.

I experienced a tremendous sense of calm, well-being and painlessness.

My body might have been in trouble, but not me.

As I watched the operating procedure from the ceiling, aware that I no longer had any attachment to my physical self, none whatsoever, I realized I had become a mist, a vapor, a subatomic particle, something.

I hovered in the air, near the ultraviolet lights like a crumb on the back of a moth. I was still in tune with my senses, actually, I was more in tune with them than I had ever been; my senses were heightened.

Among the handful of surgeons and assistants, all of whom were dressed in green gowns and caps, there seemed to be a lot agitation. The medical team worked on my injured body in a decidedly critical manner. The fact that I had just flat lined had caused a great deal of confusion.

Extraordinarily, the next thing I became aware of was two ghostly beings, which were human-like in that these phantasmagoric beings were shaped like people. Based on the mold of their bodies I could distinguish that one of the beings was male, the other was a female. These entities were floating in the air with me, hovering near the ceiling. However, they made no distinguishable sound; all I could hear was the surgeons down below talking among one another.

Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: July 1989
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #1 in Military Graphic Novels
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.

Welcome aboard, new friends!

Darwin's Sword: Savannah - Book Two
by C.P. McClennan
$0.00, 325 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #204 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
She tried to stop the destruction of Earth and failed.

Now, to save humanity, she has begun the chase of Graven across the galaxy and back. It is her only chance to save the few remaining humans from extinction.

What began as simply a reconnaissance mission has turned into her quest to save those she once saw as just prey.

This second part of the Savannah Trilogy travels from 19th Century London and the Lyceum Theatre, to the 21st Century on the snowy grasslands of Vacki Seventeen, Savannah's erotic tale stretches space and time in her search for the truth behind why the Kettelgian leader wanted humanity destroyed.

Sunset: A Science Fiction Story
by Jay Caselberg
$0.00, 12 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #113 in 30-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
They had their best hope on Benefis, but things don't always turn out the way they are supposed to. New release of an acclaimed short story.

Zankar (The Stick People of Minka)
by JD Gallant
$0.00, 391 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #58 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
Due to the vastness of our galaxy, we have assumed that there were other life forms similar in structure to humans. The Voyager probes were launched to search for such life forms. It was also assumed some aliens would find it and understand our instructions on the gold record. That assumption proved to be correct. The Minkans read our message and decided to investigate.

The Minkans had a purpose for coming to Earth; but when they crashed near the Pacific coast, they made friends with an old man with Alzheimer's, a homeless young woman, a war veteran who owned a junkyard, and a mentally and physically challenged man. Together, these small aliens from a far-away solar system and their four human friends ventured to repair the spaceship before a very determined fisherman and the US military could prove that aliens from another part of our galaxy were hiding in Washington State's Olympic National Forest.

Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: August 1997
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #53 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.

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Marooned on Mars: Paul Mantee recalls life as an interstellar Robinson Crusoe

Those Illegal Aliens: Rick Baker created them just to plague the Men In Black

Goodbye, Zeus: Thunderbolt in hand, Rip Torn commands two movies

Hello, Hades: James Woods & Nik Ranieri animate Hercules' slick foe

All to Make Contact: Oscar-winner Jodie Foster finds a sense of wonder

Watch Out for That...: tree. George of the Jungle gets into the swing of things

Training Space Soldiers: Clancy Brown makes boys & girls into Starship Troopers

That Quirky Hero: Okay, but don't call Lost World's Jeff Goldblum "quirky"

The Haunted Odyssey: Scribe Philip Eisner unveils fears beyond Event Horizon

Space Truckers: Director Stuart Gordon is at the wheel of this adventure

A New Feasibility Study: It's time to remake a classic Outer Limits tale of humanity

The Man Who Sold Trek: Herb Solow helped begin a Wagon Train to the stars

Call Him Bane: Formidable Jeep Swenson could break Batman & Robin

OBJECT: A Space Oddity Odyssey (The OBJECT Series Book 1)
by Tom Mobius
$0.00, 519 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #42 in Steampunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Aliens… why do they abduct us. Well, the space inside Object is so mind-bogglingly vast that they need more inhabitants and we’re next on the list. Or we were. Things were put on hold because the last batch of humans were infected with something ridiculously contagious. But the aliens are not giving up on us. They have a brilliant new abduction plan. This is the story of how badly that’s going …

An ex-human from Edwardian times has been sent back to Earth on a rescue mission. Waiting for him are Martin and Minka, twins scarred by a long family history of alien abduction. Together they must find why they are the ones destined to engineer the relocation of humanity - a challenge that undermines every idea that anyone has ever had about extraterrestrials. Awaiting them on their quest are bemused aliens, senile immortals, difficult androids, immature robots, vile abductionists, the Galaxy’s most unnecessary spaceship, and the single most hazardous waste disposal system in the known Universe.

A misadventure of epic dimensions, Object is a comedy of alien misunderstandings, steampunk misapplications, and the endless drawbacks that come with immortality and having all sentient life living in one place. Prepare for a headlong dive into everything wrong with the Galaxy …

Some Time
by Frank Neary
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #403 in Science Fiction Adventure
Whilst mid-crossword on his packed commuter train, our unwitting victim is abducted by an alien spaceship.

And so, the seemingly endless conversation between man and machine starts.

The vast, enigma of a ship has a job vacancy - it’s looking for a hero.

The choice; to live, for hundreds of years, in the lap of luxury, with everything your heart desires - along with the small chance that you might die a terrible, bloody, painful death in armed combat - or to walk out of the airlock, now.

Our ‘man out of time’ soon discovers the problem with living forever, with unlimited resources, is that the devil makes work for idle hands to do.

But are they both hiding dark secrets…

Hidden Spaces: 6630507
by Timothy Arnzen
$0.00, 43 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #267 in One-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Is there a secret Space Program? And if so, why is it working with aliens and can a single incident cause a galactic power struggle?

The Sphere: A Short Story by John Newcomb Crain
by John Newcomb Crain
$0.00, 21 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #216 in 30-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
An astronomy student is given a tool for exploring the universe.

7 Beyond Reality Stories: Paul Tasch Entire Book Collection
by Paul Tasch
$0.00, 312 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #683 in Science Fiction Adventure
My entire 7 story collection






Dimensional Reflection: No Beginning

How I Became President of the United States of America: I’ve Had Enough Fake News

Persistence of Memories: A Short Story by John Newcomb Crain
by John Newcomb Crain
$0.00, 20 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #244 in 30-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
In the movie The Blob we never understood the blob’s motivation, and were left to assume it was just a mindless entity that consumed flesh for no other reason than to finally melt down Steve McQueen. Maybe there was more to the blob than we thought.

The Anomaly
by Gary A. Arnold
$0.00, 79 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #9360 in Two-Hour Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
A strange encounter between humans and an alien intelligence occurs when a team of astronauts is sent to Jupiter to investigate an unexplained object on the Jovian moon of Ganymede. When contact is lost with the robotic rovers inside the structure, an unlikely pair volunteers to enter the anomaly. What they encounter inside is far beyond their comprehension.
"Sucking away at the rotation of the Earth to launch more and more stuff into space," teased Zoey.
As the Major spoke I heard a metallic clang behind me. I spun around and saw a tall three legged mechanical beast staring at us after emerging from a hidden door in the stone wall.
As I looked at Jupiter against the black backdrop of empty space, it was hard not to realize that I was on a frozen ball of rocky ice floating around a distant gas giant.
"It's my worm, it's my worm," I said into the camera upon recognizing the enormous creature. "It's my Martian worm."

Earth to Outer Space: An Alien is Here. An Asteroid is Coming. Will Earth Survive?
by Rich Davis
$0.00, 338 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #669 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy (Kindle Store)
Two outer space entities are about to visit our planet. The first is a young person from another planet. His name is Ed and he will very quickly become world-famous. The second is a thirteen hundred foot asteroid. The asteroid is discovered, thanks to Ed, about ten weeks before it is predicted to crash into the earth killing billions. Earth scientists offer little hope for saving our planet from destruction. The only hopeful voice in this time of fear and panic is Ed. He has an idea that will require the cooperation of every government and all the people of earth. Can he pull them together to act as one to save the planet and their lives?
The following is a selecton from the book:
“Okay, Davis. I’m glad you are happy. You can show off your language skills any time you want. Now, we want to learn the guitar and the keyboard with what’s left of this morning. Are you up for it?”
“Will learning to play musical instruments be as painful as Spanish?”
“Don’t be a baby. ‘No gains without pains,’ as Ben Franklin used to say.”
“What if we wait until tomorrow? Give my brain a chance to recover from learning Spanish.”
“We’ll do it now, or you can continue learning music on your own. I don’t have much use for these ridiculous pastimes of yours. I can teach you a basic proficiency in twenty minutes that will not hurt so much, or you can be a world master in forty-five minutes, with some discomfort.”
“Proficiency is so boring. I’d like to be the greatest guitarist is the world.”
“I never saw this side of you before, Davis. Greed is an ugly emotion in people. Well, you really haven’t asked for much. I suppose I could humor you with a couple of special requests. It will be nonstop work, big, big work after this. Where’s your guitar?”
Davis went into the living room and took his Cervantes classical guitar out of its case.
“Sit on the couch. Place your left hand on the fretboard, your right hand over the sound hole. Close your eyes. The guitar has six strings, E, A, D, G, B, E . . . .”
One hour later Davis opened his eyes. “Me duele la cabeza!”
“Yes, yes. I feel the pain too, you know.”
“This learning is killing me. I feel like my head is the size of yours on Edwonteria.”
“It’s not. It’s the same little old undeveloped size of a normal human head. If we keep cramming it with information, it may swell from size seven to size ten.”

Questions & Lies: A Quiet Conversation in the Dark. The First Book in the "Imminent Future" Series
by J. A. Simmons
$0.00, 95 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > First Contact
A shy, socially-awkward alien meets a dynamic, mischievous redhead in a post-apocalyptic landscape. Neither realizes that, from the moment they lock eyes, their worlds will never be the same again.

Welcome to the Imminent Future series, a collection of stories set initially in the fictional town of New Helena, and that then expands throughout the galaxy. It follows the adventures of four vastly-different people, all thrown together to form a team that encounter challenges and discoveries as they explore their amazing world. It's a world full of interesting people, grave threats, alien life, and dangerous situations. They risk their lives to help others, and some may pay the ultimate price. But along the way, they'll grow, change, love, copulate and experience the greatest happiness, as well as the deepest sorrow.

I make only one guarantee: The dog will never, ever die. Everyone else...?

Secret Alien Encounters: Three short stories detailing the investigation of a military installation unraveling more than they imagined. (Base Invasions Book 1)
by Melissa Viall
$0.00, 37 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #381 in One-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Located on an Island, two couples are tangled in a web of chaos associated with the local military facility. They storm the base looking for answers and get more than they could imagine. This book is a composition of three short stories in Melissa Viall's Base Invasion series.

American Girls
by John Francis Sissons
$0.00, 36 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > First Contact
Two women captivate a traveler. Who they are and what they want is a surprise to the traveler.

Survived (Manal's Resurgence Book 2)
by A. Michael Marsh
$0.00, 254 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #12670 in Superhero Science Fiction
Center City was just the beginning.

With Eli defeated and the survivors of the Battle of Arcadia united, Oscar and the Changed led their people to a new life outside of the city. Then they found the barricades.

For over a year they thought the world had ended, but, fifty miles outside of the city lay the truth. As carriers of the deadliest plague on Earth, they had been quarantined. Bodies of those foolish enough to approach the barriers littered the nearby roads.

Although they had more questions than answers, the former residents of Center City were content to resettle in an abandoned farming community they renamed Salvation. Unfortunately, their newfound peace was short-lived.

Oscar’s people are shocked when the quarantine is breached twice on the same day. Breached by people breaking into, not out of, the quarantined zone. Even stranger, the intruders attack each other on sight, leaving the residents of Salvation with no idea what to make of the situation. They’re immediately pulled into the middle of a power struggle between a garrison of abandoned soldiers and the government shadow operation running the quarantine. Up for grabs is a newly discovered relic, one which has the power to either stop the Sickness for good — or weaponize it. If Oscar and his people don’t tread carefully, they’ll not only be too late to get the powerful artifact, but their entire town will be firebombed into oblivion.

With the clock ticking, Oscar, the Changed, and the people of Salvation, must put together the seemingly disparate pieces of this new puzzle. Are the soldiers to be trusted? Do the people running the quarantine truly want to cure the Sickness? Is Thevetat somehow pulling the strings? Oscar doesn’t know, but if he and his friends don’t move quickly, not only will they lose their new home, but the Sickness could be unleashed upon the rest of the world.

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Team Deathmatch: Killstreak: A Gamelit FPS Adventure
by Isaac Stone
$0.00, 330 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #167 in Science Fiction Adventure
Call of Duty meets Ready Player One

The mission... Shoot anything that moves... The prize... Ten million dollars.

Kurt Silva was a rising star in the immersive first person shooter phenomenon Team Deathmatch, an elite level gamer who became a working class hero by fighting his way to the top of the leaderboards. Then fame and fortune got the better of him, he burned out, and Kurt lost it all.

He now spends his days training other players, doing his best to help newbies from getting fragged, caring for his aging parents, and barely earning enough to make ends meet. So when he gets tapped by the mysterious creator of Deathmatch to participate in the ultimate pay-per-view unveiling of the newest add-on alongside the top one hundred players on the leaderboards, he doesn't hesitate to say yes.

Soon he finds himself in control of a combat drone, wielding real life weapons against other drones while his body lies dormant inside a gaming pod deep in the company's bunker complex. Kurt locks and loads as he ventures into a violent open world scenario with nothing to lose and everything to win. What could go wrong?

*This is an immersive virtual reality first person shooter novel, so for those seeking stat crunching, consider this a 'soft' litRPG story.

A Crack in the Deep
by Anthony C
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #117 in Saga Fiction
Alex Rockwell and John Hanley are brothers-in-arms separated for the first time in ten years. Thousands of allied forces charge into Zone Alpha but what looks like a guaranteed win turns to disaster in only minutes. In an instant, Alex and Hanley’s lives are turned upside down. After nearly dying, Alex takes a medical retirement and wanders aimlessly into civilian life. Meanwhile, John Hanley finds himself rattled and struggles to cope with nearly losing his best friend, all while he's next in line to become the leading enlisted member of his team.
John Hanley’s life turns into a living nightmare as he sinks deeper into darkness, while Alex Rockwell finds himself living a beautiful new life on Barcelona beaches. Alex learned many things as a member of the deadliest combat force on the planet, and more than anything he knows to appreciate every single day… because he’s living in the last few years of peace and prosperity that modern civilization will know.

Days of Future Past (Days of Future Past Series Book 1)
by D. B. Fyfe
$0.00, 151 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #144 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
War with the neighboring world of Rudosia has left Planet Terna in ruins. Jat Tallow, a commander in the Terna-Mochis Empire, is sent on a mission to Planet Riftis to seek help. But when he’s forced to take an unexpected detour to a planet called Earth, he finds yet another devastated world where the population is struggling to survive against mutants, slavers, and one another. Days of Future Past is the first book in the Days of Future Past series that takes readers on a journey through post-apocalyptic landscapes where only the strong and cunning survive.

Nazi Dragons: Mina's Journal
by Stephanie Wolfe
$0.00, 16 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #27 in 30-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads

$0.00, 141 pages, 3.7 out of 5.0 (19 reviews), #9 in Asian Myth & Legend eBooks
In the year 2030 AD, a black hole comes hurtling towards the Earth.

Rajaraja Cholan, a former ruler of an ancient, powerful empire in India, learned of a prophecy that foretold the apocalypse. The prophecy declared that a black hole would come hurtling toward Earth at nearly the speed of light and that there was no hope for mankind to survive the event. Springing into action, the king declared that his son Rajendra Cholan would take the throne of the Chola Dynasty. He then enlisted the help of hundreds of the kingdom’s most trusted people and undertook a 1000-year exile.

During their exile, the king and his trusted subjects worked on building a spaceship beneath the Indian Ocean that could be the answer to the dynasty’s survival of the fast-approaching black hole. With one millennium to prepare, the king and his men felt they must have a fighting chance at succeeding in their mission.

Its the year 2030. The American president and other world leaders are meeting in the White House to rally their forces and the greatest minds in modern science searching for answers. Rajaraja, along with his most trusted advisor and guru Agasthiyar, makes their appearance in the war room to inform the contemporary world leaders of the provisions that have been created.

As humanity prepares to flee Earth, a traitor attempts to kill Rajaraja. Unable to trust his friends, and with humanity’s existence hanging in the balance, Rajaraja must stop the traitor before they can kill him and doom humanity to the black hole.

Excellent blend of Tamil history and culture, Sci-fi, and end-of-the-world scenarios.

Rajaraja Cholan is the mighty ruler of the Chola Empire who ruled between 985 AD and 1014 AD. During this medieval period, arts, literature, music, dance and language flourished. He maintained extensive trade ties with China, Egypt, Rome and many south asian countries.

This book is a fiction story revolving around the life of Rajaraja Cholan and his effort to save the human race from Apocalypse. Set in the year 2030 AD, the fantasy story weaves the past and the future together with a good mix of sci-fi technologies.

Refreshing new take on Medieval history

Fallen Angels: First Contact
by Kevin DeMello
$0.00, 106 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1186 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
When they arrived, humanity discovered they were not alone in the universe. Aliens had come knocking on their front door. Five days later, after ignoring every attempt at communication, they opened fire. Their mother ship circled the globe, raining hellfire and brimstone upon all of the population centers, military bases, and infrastructure of the human race. In days it was all gone, all except for one city - Los Angeles - where the battle for humanity's future begins.

Captain William Nelson, code name Snake Handler, leads what might be the last delta team on the face of the Earth against long odds to secure humanity's future. He'll enlist the help of a rag-tag band of local heroes born from the destruction of a once bustling city. Together, they take the fate of the world into their hands to fight what might be humanity's last war.

Battleborn #3: Prequel
by Andrew Beery
$0.00, 48 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #41 in 90-Minute Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
587 years before the events of the Battleborn series, Admiral Jeremy "Dog" Riker set out with the massive colony ship the UES Diaspora in a last ditch effort to save humanity. This is their story. NOTE: This is a short story prequel to the full Battleborn #3 novel.

The Planet Master: A Radio Play
by Joseph Caldwell
$0.00, 114 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Military
Synopsis. This radio play addresses the issues of human overpopulation and global nuclear war. The play describes the reasons why global nuclear war is likely to happen and considers a scenario in which Russia prevails after the war. Scene 1 describes the destruction to the biosphere that is being caused by large human numbers and industrial production. Scene 2 is a meeting with the Russian President, Prime Minister, and ministers of three portfolios – economic development, natural resources and environmental protection, and defense – in preparation for an annual presentation to Russia’s Duma. Scene 3 describes the state of Russia’s economy, and Scene 4 describes the state of its natural resources and environment. Scene 5 describes the nature and likelihood of nuclear war. Scene 6 describes goals, decision criteria, and strategy related to nuclear war. Scene 7 describes tactics for waging nuclear war. Scene 8 describes possibilities that might arise when access to important situational information is lost during nuclear war. Scene 9 describes implications of Russian goals and decision criteria, including discussion of how a small nuclear conflict could escalate to a large-scale one, and how Russia might prevail in such a war and establish a long-term-sustainable planetary management system. Scene 10 discusses long-term-sustainable population levels. Scene 11 discusses the state of the world twenty years after global nuclear war and Scene 12 describes an evening somewhere on the North American Great Plains, 500 years after the war.

Production Notes. Scenes 3 and 4 may be omitted for an abbreviated version of the play. Scenes 6 and 7 may be omitted for a further abbreviation. The play includes four sets: Scene 1 takes place in a radio studio, located anywhere in the world. Scenes 2-10 take place in a meeting room in the Kremlin, Moscow, Russia; Scene 11 takes place in the office of a human-resource officer in the Office of Planetary Management in Astoria, Oregon, 20 years after the occurrence of a global nuclear war; Scene 12 takes place outside a tepee on the North American Great planes, 500 years after this war.

Newly Free Science Fiction Kindle Books for 2020-04-04

Twisting Minds
by Tessonja Odette
$0.00, 234 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #1 in Teen & Young Adult Fiction about Class Differences

For fans of The Hunger Games, Black Mirror, and Divergent comes a mind-bending love story you won't want to put down.


In a future where social status is determined by wealth, debt is punishable by law. Seventeen-year-old Claire Harper lives on the lowest rungs of society. Once an Elite, she’s now a probationary citizen who’s lost everything—her rights, her family...even her privacy.

She has one goal. Work her way back to the top. Even if it kills her.

Then she meets Darren.

Darren turns her world upside down. He shows her there’s more to life than working herself to the bone. And she’s falling for him. Hard.

But what good is losing her heart if her sanity goes with it?

When tragedy strikes, her reality shifts. She can no longer tell what’s real and what’s not. Is Darren who she thinks he is? Is she who she thinks she is?

In a dangerous game she doesn’t know she’s playing, her only hope is to make it out alive.

One part futuristic thriller, one part dystopian romance, Twisting Minds is a psychological thrill ride that will leave you questioning the power of love, technology, and the human mind.

Like A Fox On The Run: (Book I of the Southern Sci-Fi Chronicles)
by J. Morgan Woodall
$0.00, 457 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (21 reviews), #34 in Erotic Science Fiction
Southern Syfy has arrived in this “Dukes of Hazzard meets Buck Rogers” adventure tale.

In a future spawned from the headlines of today, enter a world of contrasts, where Man has conquered the heavens, while at the same time becoming quickly obsolete on his own world. A world where science and technology brings exotic fantasy creatures to life … for the right price. Where hot rod rockets and redneck “spacers” rule the skies.

Tiger Thomas was a rocket pilot during the Great Space Rush, when humankind colonized the Solar System in the twenty-second century. Now, all that’s winding down, and so has the demand for old spacers like him. He makes a living now doing whatever jobs he can find, legal and otherwise.

Returning to his hometown of Huntsville, Tiger looks forward to a relaxing weekend back on Earth. Who knows, he might even re-kindle that old flame with Lulah Carter, "the one that got away" years ago. A dinner and dancing ... who knows what might happen.

But when he rescues a genetically engineered, anthropomorphic fox girl from a clan of vicious, hillbilly thugs, his homecoming quickly turns sour.

Somebody wants this sexy, furry darling back. BAD! And they’ll do whatever it takes, including killing anyone who stands in their way. Tiger and newfound companion soon find themselves on the run from a deadly, high-tech unit of bounty hunters. And if that ain’t bad enough, revelations about this beautiful vixen starts to disturb him. Is she really a victim? Is there more to her than just a pretty face and a bushy tail? Is there something else? A part hidden and dangerous, waiting for the right time to manifest itself? And with all that to ponder on, there's also one other small problem ... he finds himself irresistibly attracted to her.

Oh, and then there’s that whole Lulah thing again. As if things weren’t complicated enough.

Well, so much for a relaxing weekend.

The Creed
by AJ Powers
$0.00, 30 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (24 reviews), #11 in Military Thrillers (Kindle Store)
The Creed: A post-apocalyptic short story.

Deo, patriae, familia.

God, country, family. In a world ravaged from nuclear war and tyrannical governments, these words bear no weight for most people. But for some, these words—this creed—is everything. It’s why they live. Why they fight. When one of them is threatened, they’re all threatened, and they’ll all willingly put their lives on the line to protect and honor these three simple words that unite this group of survivors.

Deo, patriae, familia.

An introduction to a new series as could only be told by the best-selling author W.J. Lundy and AJ Powers.

by Brad Murray
$0.00, 477 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (49 reviews), #69 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction eBooks
What if there was a cure-all for all human disease?
What if you possessed it in your blood and didn't know it?

The only thing noteworthy about Jimmy Porter is that in his 21 years, he has never accomplished anything noteworthy whatsoever. He’s always been just another face in a sea of faces. His path through life has been fraught with disappointment, which began when his father mysteriously disappeared from his life at the age of eight. Little does he know a miracle flows within his veins – a miracle that sets him apart from anyone else in human existence.

Two powerful, shadowy groups seek to possess him for themselves, and they’ll stop at nothing to do so. One group white; the other black. Each group holds their own design for the future of mankind, as contrasting as the colors they adorn.

Jimmy Porter is the key.

by Crissi Langwell
$0.00, 350 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #16 in Women's Adventure Fiction (Kindle Store)
The year is 2050, and technology has advanced so that people know the exact date of their death and how they're going to die. In their final 100 days, people give up their jobs, their homes, and everything in their life, say goodbye to their families, and then enter a facility where everything is taken care of for them, spending the last three months of their life in complete comfort with no worries at all.

In her final 100 days, Noelle Edison arrives at River's End to wait for the end. She's spent most of her life as a loner, unwilling to form attachments because of her short life span. That is, until she meets Ryder. He arrives on the same day and is easy to look at...but that's the only thing easy about him. He won't talk or even acknowledge anyone's presence, closing himself off even more than Noelle did in her old life. Noelle's convinced it's going to be a long, lonely 100 days, but when Ryder finally does talk, his secret uncovers hidden truths in her past - things she never wanted to believe, but now has no choice.

Constant Pull - Books One through Five: First uncertainty and adventure. Then...hope.
by Christine Darbonne
$0.00, 1472 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #76 in Science Fiction Adventure
"Constant Pull follows the heroic journey of Amelia Harper, or Mel, as she discovers and accepts her monumental purpose in life. Only through extraordinary perseverance and sacrifice can Mel and the community of influencers around her hope to protect one of the greatest gifts the world has ever known." — Seattle Book Review

Mr Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple
by Chris W. Sears
$0.00, 58 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #198 in General Humorous Fiction
Mr. Bubbles, a chimpanzee with a million dollar brain, joins forces with the roguish explorer, Norman Grady, in a search for the missing pages of his creator’s lab notebook. But the crazed scientist, Doomsday Steve, wants the secret formula for himself.

Join Mr. Bubbles and friends in Mr. Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple!

Deleted: A Revolutionary Cyberpunk Thriller (Installed Intelligence Book 3)
by Phoenix Ward
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #4 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)

Humans weren’t the only ones to lose the Great War.

The simulation is all Ethan Myler has ever known. Day in and day out, he plays games with his friends and learns about the perfect world outside. Little does he know that a sinister Council of installed intelligences is raising him for his body. Escape is the only option.

Human Liaison Officer Tera Alvarez is tasked with policing the downtrodden humans who live in the ghettos of Shell City. The slum dwellers hate her — she can see it in their faces. But after a case of mistaken identity, it’s starting to become clear: she’s on the wrong side of a war growing just beneath the city’s surface.

Can Ethan and Tera overcome their upbringings to fight for what they believe in? Or will they fall victim to the Council like so many before them?

Don’t miss Deleted, the third book in the heart-pounding, mind-twisting Installed Intelligence series by Phoenix Ward! If you like tales of evil A.I.s, high-tech dystopias, and rebellion, this is the book for you!

by Terry Geo
$0.00, 372 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #29 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Most stories start at the beginning, this one begins at the end, at least for Maria.

Events around her death result in the formation of Silicate, a privately funded facility studying the human mind.

If you could dream anything into existence, what would it be? Your favourite animated character? A date with a supermodel? Spending time with a lost love? How about an army of soldiers who can’t be harmed?

Embark on an epic adventure that spans this life and the next. Discover the secrets hidden within all of us and set your imagination free.

The world you know, is only half the story.

“This is a great read for Sci-fi enthusiasts.” The Yorkshire Times

“Pacey, and packed with intriguing characters and plenty of twisting, turning plot curves.” LoveReading

“An original, well-researched story.” I Heart Reading

The Battle Over Britain (Misfit Squadron Book 1)
by Simon Brading
$0.00, 269 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #7 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
The Second Great War is going poorly for the Kingdom of Britain - the British Isles are under siege and the only thing standing between the all-conquering Prussian army and victory is a thin strip of blue water and the gallant men and women of the Royal Aviator Corps.

Aviator Sergeant Gwen Stone is one of those women, but almost as soon as she begins her fight against the Prussian air force, Die Fliegertruppe, she is stripped of her wings and imprisoned in disgrace for illegally modifying her aircraft.

As the battle over the skies of Britain progresses and it looks like the Prussians are going to be as dominant in the air as they were on the fields of the continent, the hopes of the beleaguered nation come to rest firmly on the shoulders of Misfit Squadron, an elite group of pilots who don’t always pay strict attention to military discipline, and Gwen is given a chance to redeem herself by joining them.

by Caroline Durand
$0.00, 126 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #916 in Action & Adventure Fiction (Kindle Store)
Desperate to find her friend, brooding war heiress Shandra finds herself at a tyrant's stronghold. Once there, she meets a slave who opens her eyes to the suffering of those around her.

Shandra is given the choice to help her newfound companion and those like him, but in doing so may discover traitors and secrets much closer to home.

I Am Tamra
by Graceann Barrett
$0.00, 432 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #1 in Political Fiction (Kindle Store)

Tamra—In the rush, blood, and fear of her escape, the name echoes amid the clamor.

It sounds, to her, enough like a suitable replacement. E-Bot thought scans were likely searching out her real name by now, and even so far below the skyplatform, she doubts the safety of her own mind.

Voices whisper in her ears about humans underground, violent memories flicker in and out of focus, and her dreams tell the life of a stranger, also named Tamra. She needs help, someone who can find out what the Bots did to her in the human hospital, and more importantly, what they did to her unborn baby!

But who will trust a SkyCity terrorist who barely trusts herself?

They Called It "The Incident": The Incident - Book 1
by J.M. Johnson
$0.00, 218 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #1253 in Action & Adventure Fiction (Kindle Store)
What happens when the lights go out? When a disastrous mistake plunges North America into the dark, Tony and Irma's peaceful life comes to a halt. Everything changes in an instant and they are forced to confront life as it was a hundred years ago.
Soon their quiet home is filled with an assortment of refugees, fleeing disaster.
As they huddle together, facing starvation, cold and desperate outsiders, the family learns to depend on each other and the goodwill of strangers.

Alien Encounter on the Moon: The Untold Story of Alien Contact During the Apollo Moon Landing (The Untold Stories Series Book 3)
by Robin Moore
$0.00, 66 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #204 in Children's Science Fiction Books (Kindle Store)
This exciting science fiction novel combines fact and fiction to explore a hidden chapter in the history of space exploration. When Apollo 11 Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down on the surface of the moon, was there an Alien spacecraft, already there, waiting for them? Rumors have circulated for years that while our astronauts walked on the moon, another drama was unfolding behind the scenes, one that the public knew nothing about. Is truth really stranger than fiction?
This account attempts to uncover some of NASA's most closely kept secrets about alien involvement in our space program and about the extraterrestrial events our astronauts were never permitted to share with the public.For ages 8 and Up. Parents: This is a great way to teach kids about the amazing accomplishments of the NASA space program while stimulating their imaginations about the possibilities of life on other planets.

The Starved Lover Sings
by Colin O’Sullivan
$0.00, 268 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #201 in Literary Fiction (Kindle Store)
How much can one land take?

How much can one man take?

What if the rains kept coming?

What if the huge waves kept crashing in?

What if the plates kept shifting and volcanoes kept up their choking spew?

What if neighbouring nations became more antagonistic and the rest of the world began to forget you?

It’s the not-too-distant-future and a certain Asian country is in physical and moral tatters. What was once a polite society has become fouled and corrupted. Part-time referee and full-time PE teacher, Tombo, stands in the middle of all this, trying to find fairness and balance in his own life, as things continue to crumble around him.

Added to his personal miseries – missing-presumed-dead daughter, eerily silent wife, unrequited lusts – comes the unwanted, unwarranted attention of two, mean-spirited, wrathful adolescent girls, who have decided that he is to be their “chosen one”.
Can this harangued everyman battle against the forces that envelop him, or will he too fall to the whims of the new dystopia?
In this pulsing, provocative, visionary work, O’Sullivan couples his usual lyrical fervour with a philosophical acuity to present before us a trembling world that may not be too far away.

Bold, risk-taking, wildly ambitious, formally daring, often a mix of the comic and macabre, it is marvellously inventive, full of wordplay and literary trickery. As well as being an absurd existential novel it is also a political satire, and a cautionary tale about what may lay ahead, therefore a novel very much for our times.

“Colin O'Sullivan's writing is an antic, mordant and perverse plunge into strange and unnerving worlds.” Colin Barrett

Corrupted: A Cyberpunk Thriller (Installed Intelligence Book 2)
by Phoenix Ward
$0.00, 303 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #5 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)

One corpse - two victims. It's a typical case - at least, that's what Detective Beth Dylan thought.

Beth Dylan is a fly caught in a dark web of lies and deception. The only question is which spider is moving in to eat her first. Despite being deafened and blinded by a terrible childhood illness, Beth worked hard to become one of the city’s best detectives. Maybe that’s why she’s become a person of interest to a wanted murderer, a radical militant group, and a mysterious A.I.

At the height of tension between humans and installed intelligences, the nation's most notorious terrorist reaches out to Beth. He says he knows where to find the killer she's looking for - but he wants something in return.

Can Beth tell the difference between friend and foe and discover the truth? Or will the dark forces behind a terrible secret get to her first?

Welcome to the world of Corrupted, the second book in the heart-pounding, mind-twisting Installed Intelligence series by Phoenix Ward! If you like tales of evil A.I.s, high-tech dystopias, and war, this is the book for you!

The Millennium Galaxy Race (Jago Book 1)
by Nic Lane
$0.00, 589 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #322 in Teen & Young Adult Science Fiction eBooks
Vo: The ultimate power in the galaxy. Its wielder possesses the strength to rule the entire galaxy and shape it to their will. With Vo's current wielder, the galaxy has been at peace for a thousand years and it’s about to end. One can only wield Vo for a millennium before it splits into four smaller stones and scatters across the Vo Galaxy. A grand race is held to determine who will be the next wielder of Vo and become the new ruler of the galaxy.The bounty-hunting ship Jago and her crew are reluctant to participate in the race, but someone strong and vicious has been eyeing them. It doesn't help that aboard their ship is the most powerful of the fighting species, an Eyes of Blue, and they soon become a target as a lust for more power. There is no better opportunity to claim the title of the greatest fighter and ruler of the galaxy, than with the Millennium Galaxy Race.

The Changed (Manal's Resurgence Book 1)
by A. Michael Marsh
$0.00, 222 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #150 in Teen & Young Adult Dystopian eBooks
The Sickness didn't just kill the people; it killed the city. No water. No power. No hope. Now, at age sixteen, Oscar must brave the chaos of the streets and retrace his missing father's last known steps.

With food and supplies dwindling, many of those who lived through the Sickness have banded together into brutal gangs for survival. Unfortunately for Oscar, people like him are frequently the scapegoats for a city filled with rage and pain. People like him who survived the Sickness only to suffer inexplicable genetic mutations. Called demons by some, called unfortunate by others, but known to all as, "The Changed."

But none of these obstacles are enough to keep Oscar from embarking on what is the most important journey of his young life. Oscar isn't just looking for his father. He's searching for the only man who can lead them to the unbelievable origin of the Sickness, and heal the Changed. He's searching for their last hope.

by Casey Giles
$0.00, 159 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #586 in Action & Adventure Fiction (Kindle Store)
Jack’s only job was to help provide for his camp. Then he found an object that could save the world … or destroy it.
Jack is an ordinary kid. At thirteen years old, he lives in the background, with a life as dull as the wrecked city he lives in. But a boring life is a safe one, right?

When Jack discovers a mysterious piece of technology, his life is thrown into chaos. His camp is taken under siege, and he’s forced to flee, leaving his brother behind amid the eternal war of Good and Evil. Can he save his camp and keep the precious object out of the wrong hands?

Indifferents is the first in an exciting YA dystopian series by thirteen-year-old author, Casey Giles. If you like intense, exciting, and thought-provoking adventure then you’ll love Indifferents.

Effugium: The Time Remaining
by Patrick Walts
$0.00, 268 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #2279 in Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Eccentric tech mogul and cult leader Richard Kryuss has developed a system of storing and transmitting data organically, via trees containing within their DNA the entirety of recorded human knowledge. Could his Terrestrially Regenerative Enhanced Extranet, or T.R.E.E., be a boon to mankind, or will it spell doom for the human race?

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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.