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Danny: A V Plague Short Story
by Dirk Patton
$0.00, 59 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #952 in 90-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Danny Britton is a lawyer, husband, father and all-around sleaze ball who is thrown into the V Plague apocalypse. Will he save his family and survive?

The End
by Robert Bartlett
$0.00, 204 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #62 in British Horror Fiction

An apocalyptic pandemic. A handful of survivors who find that they are not alone.

The living are hunted relentlessly across a land of the dead by creatures that grow stronger as the survivors grow weak. Creatures feeding on the dead ... until they can possess the living.

The End is a fast-paced, action packed battle for survival set during the first twenty-four hours after an apocalyptic pandemic.

Anno Zombus: Year 1; December (Anno Zombus - Year 1 Book 12)
by Dave Rowlands
$0.00, 153 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #190 in Dystopian Science Fiction
The final epic instalment of survival after the end of everything.

Trust No Humans (Me VS Zombies Book 9)
by Sharon Lee Johnson
$0.00, 24 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #118 in 45-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
I don't like being alone with Zombies

I was thrilled, when Johnny and I were reunited. I didn't like being alone. I knew I could survive on my own, but I missed Johnny. I missed Sunshine and Wilma. I thought my luck had changed. I was going to live another day. That was my thought, till I walked into a tree branch. I hit the branch hard. Pain swepted through my body. My world went black. I wasn't sure if I went to Heaven or Hell. All I know is that I was not in pain. I didn't want to go back. I woke up and pain was worse than ever. Not only was I in pain, Humans invaded my world. Johnny was trusting Humans. Johnny had included Humans into our family. Humans that will only take from us in this new world. I had to get stronger to get Sunshine and myself away from these Humans. Every time I move or tried to stand up, the pain knocked me down and my world turned back into darkness. This time I knew that I was not in Heaven. I was in Hell. I had to get back to reality. I couldn't die, knowing that Sunshine was not safe. I fought the darkness. I fought throught the pain. I was awake. My battle had just begun. I knew that I could not trust Humans. My fight began, as I forced myself to stand, staring at the Human that was in my way.
Not sure what is worse, Zombies or Humans

The Surfer & Alien Zombie War: Book 3 Of The Surfers & Zombies Series
by Barwell Hollings
$0.00, 86 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #190 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
An alien race of intelligent scorpions has invaded earth. Their goal is to infest the human race with centipede like brain controlling symbionts. Standing in their way is the Surf Squad and their spider alien allies.

There will be epic battles in space and on land. A new band of intergalactic heroes will emerge. One will become the most powerful being in the galaxy!

Barwell Hollings concludes his three book series with this exciting science fiction thriller!

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The Heir of G.O'D. Revelations: A Gamelit Cyberpunk Adventure Series
by Harper Maze
$0.00, 205 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #1 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction

The virtual world of Sol has an end date. If the Corporations discover Ana’s secret, she will have one too.

Ana, like everyone else, escapes the horrors of realworld by hooking into Sol - a perfect cyber reproduction of our solar system. Inside the simulation, Ana explores the Earth as it was before the Devastation, and uses her e-games prize money from combat Arenas to fund her meagre existence and maintain her anonymity.

Unlike everyone else, Ana is hiding a fatal secret; she is blind, and the all-powerful Corporations hunt the visually impaired.

When the world discovers that Sol has an imminent end date, the news is calamitous for Ana because, without Sol, she will lose everything. Forced from the virtual sanctity of her realworld container, Ana seeks a legendary engineer to upgrade her cybernetic implant.

But leaving home puts Ana in the crosshairs of the same Corporations she has fought all her life to remain hidden from.

"A disaster. A future in a sim world and a blind girl making her way." Amazon

"I love these types of books. Reminds me of Ready Player One. Great read." Amazon

"Omg, I could see this series becoming a film." Amazon

"Ana is blind, and makes her living in the arena of a VR world called Sol. This is the best book of the year so far! I'm disabled and love books that have a disabled hero. The world is bleak and dystopian, and I can't wait to read the second book." Goodreads review.

A Printer’s Choice: A science-fiction murder-mystery about crime, faith, and the power of free will
by W. L. Patenaude
$0.00, 333 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (87 reviews), #3 in International Mystery & Crime
In January 2088, life in outer space is rocked with news of its first homicide. The dead man—a young Dominican Priest—had secretly made his way “upside” and lived as a common laborer. His intentions are a mystery and the killer’s identity and motive are questions that the best investigators of the new world cannot answer.

With public order threatened, the reputation of the ruling engineers at stake, and criminal elements seizing the opportunity to gain control, authorities seek help from Earth—itself recovering from decades of war and environmental crises. With assistance from the Vatican, they recruit Father John Francis McClellan, a parish priest from Boston and a retired US Marine Corps expert in “high-defs”—the artificially intelligent three-dimensional printers that built the new world.

A Printer’s Choice tells a story of faith, the future, and the power of free will. It explores questions about sentience, choice, and the necessity of choosing well. Set in locations on Earth and in the orbits, the story takes place in a future extrapolated from today’s geopolitical and ecological turmoil. In this epic debut novel, author W. L. Patenaude illuminates not just the struggles of our world, but also the promises and implications of building a better one, one choice at a time.

Descendants of Power: A Dystopian Sci-fi Novel
by P.N. Shafa
$0.00, 391 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #14 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
When the 1% flees a climate-ravaged Earth for a luxury Martian colony, will the survivors left behind build a new utopia or collapse into post-apocalyptic chaos?

Earth has devolved into corporate feudalism. The mega corporation NewOrigin promises a quick escape from an Earth made uninhabitable by global warming, and a fresh start on their new Martian colony.

But when a whistleblower reveals that the colony has the capacity to hold only a tiny fraction of the Earth’s population, the ultra elite stampede for a standing spot near the bathroom on the last shuttle to Mars.

There is Liam and his daughter Jemima, distant relatives of the CEO of NewOrigin, who battle against Earth’s remaining billionaires in a race to the Skylift shuttle minutes before its last launch.

Then there is Finbar, an establishment loyalist working at one of the largest social media networks on Earth. If she just keeps her head down and ignores the rioters outside, her contract promises her a golden ticket to Mars.

But does the new colony really offer salvation? NewOrigin’s rule becomes increasingly authoritarian in the struggle to control an overflowing population. Florentine, the once tech-billionaire, finds himself a member of the overstuffed colony’s burgeoning underclass.

In a world of only the powerful, who will dominate, who will revolt, and who will be left when the dust clears?

Earth and Mars evolve in parallel over the next one hundred years. One society runs from its mistakes, while the other must meet them head on.

When Tsunami, the great granddaughter of the once mighty NewOrigin CEO, flees Mars to beg political asylum on Earth, old resentments must be confronted in a planetary-wide, precedent-setting immigration hearing.

Descendants of Power is darkly comedic science fiction at its best, merging rising fears of climate apocalypse with dreams of Martian colonization as it strives to answer the question: can we outrun our own human nature?

Dawn Among the Stars: The Starless Series Book I
by Samantha Heuwagen
$0.00, 346 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (44 reviews), #6 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks

Aliens are real. Earth’s sense of security diminished, blown away into oblivion. Aliens are real.

From 2019 Georgia Author of the Year Nominee (First Novel) and 2019 James Tiptree Award Nominee, Dawn Among the Stars examines what it means to be human in this feminist space opera.

When the Shielders, a potential alien ally for Earth, come out of hiding and into the public consciousness, Kayin’s everyday life becomes complicated. Things get even worse when the Temorshians, an aggressive alien race, attack Earth. Kayin’s problems go deeper as she’s thrust into intergalactic politics she feels ill-prepared to handle. Her panic attacks threaten to pull her out of her new reality and diminish all her hard work as she fights for Earth’s future.

As for Henry Rickner, he wishes he could take back all of his mistakes in life, starting with his choice to leave Kayin. Yet he finds himself within the chaos of war as he tries to reunite with those he holds dear.

Melissa Pebbles only has one goal: to keep her family safe during the attack. She will do anything to make sure she and her family make it through whatever challenges are thrown their way. While Melissa fights to keep her family alive, she learns that family is more than just blood.

Can these three work with the Shielders to save Earth or will they lose the only home they’ve ever known?

Zero Day Code: A novel of the End of Days: a cyberwar apocalypse
by John Birmingham
$0.00, 425 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #23 in Military Science Fiction
A Chinese cyber-attack and a civilisation on the edge of collapse.

A modern city can feed itself for nine days. No more. And when the panic starts…

Chinese military hackers target the transport and food distribution systems of the West and unwittingly bring on the end of the world. Cities starve. Continents go dark. And a desperate America launches a devastating counterstrike.

In this apocalyptic thriller by best selling author John Birmingham, the arrogance of powerful men pushes the whole world to brink of destruction - and over.

Follow a handful of survivors from the first day of our civilisation’s fall into a violent, uncertain future.

James O’Donnell, a farm boy turned futures analyst is the first to suspect that a crippling computer virus is actually a cover for something much worse - a devastating cyber-attack by China to cripple and distract the US while Beijing seizes the food bowl of South East Asia to feed her starving peoplea.

But Beijing has miscalculated.

Follow James and the Deep State’s mysterious Michele Nguyen as they escape a dying Washington. Ride out of Seattle with Jonas Murdoch, an embittered alt-right activist chasing salvation, but strictly on his own terms. Flee a blazing San Francisco with single mother Jodie, her girlfriend El and their little boy Max. And join up with Rick, a traumatised army veteran who long ago retreated from society, as the world turns into the stuff of his nightmares.

Zero Day Code will turn some into
friends and allies, and others into bitter enemies, all of them fighting for survival and the future of America and the world.

Let the Devil In (The Alessandra Chronicles Book 2)
by Jeff Haws
$0.00, 280 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #21 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction

Can he protect what’s left of humankind from an apocalypse of their own making?

Michael will work alongside his ex-wife if it means the town’s survival. With the settlement still recovering from a bloody massacre and the defeat of their tyrannical leader, he struggles to help develop a democratic society. But he fears their peaceful utopia will crumble before it’s created when their ragged band suffers a series of brutal murders…

With power mongers using scare tactics to promote panic, Michael knows he must uncover the killer’s identity to regain citizens’ confidence. But with the return of a sinister figure from his past, a viral outbreak at the gates, and suspicions surrounding his ex, he’s not sure who to trust.

Can Michael dig up the truth before humanity’s last colony tears itself apart?

Let the Devil In is the second book in the action-packed Alessandra Chronicles post-apocalyptic thriller series. If you like ominous suspense, conflicted characters, and dystopian settings, then you’ll love Jeff Haws’s dark tale.

LINEAGE The Long Way Home
by Phoenix Hays
$0.00, 364 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #17 in Teen & Young Adult Science Fiction eBooks

Could the end of the world be humanity's best chance of survival?

Ex-Ranger Victor Bayham has seen a lot in his time serving his country and is looking forward to leaving the politics and war behind, to settle down and raise his family. The news changed that. Planet killer asteroids are headed toward Earth.

As it becomes more likely that nobody can stop the coming apocalypse, society starts to crumble. Victor learns that Space Vision — a leading space R&D company — is working on a solution to save the human race. He wants his family included in that solution.

Victor gambles on saving his family by taking them on a harrowing cross-country trip.

Little does he know that Space Vision needs him as much as he needs them. But can he get there before it’s too late?

Flame Tide: The Zeev Element
by Chris Whyatt
$0.00, 58 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #157 in Metaphysical Science Fiction eBooks
A novella of approximately 100 pages (please ignore Amazon's estimate)
In the battle against end times ... A test of faith ...
An ancient script of forgotten languages proves to be a work of prophetic warnings. Passed down through generations the texts were partly deciphered by Maer- a farmer and the rightful heir - in 5BC. Not only did it foretell of the coming of a star- and the Son of God, it held a strange double-meaning which heralded another coming of equal significance ... far into the future. The order is continued to protect and preserve the second prophecy.
To the present day ... Rachael Balsano owns a bookstore in the Austrian Alps, blissfully happy in her vocation ... until a strange book is returned.
Ralph Balsano is a leading scientist at The European Environment Agency ... coincidence?
A foreign stranger, David, must convince the modern world- science itself - not only to listen to his story, but to act upon it.
Flame Tide ... Cure? ... or Curse?

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "... thoroughly enjoyed it. Great characters and plot. For a short story it sure packs it in!" - Supergran.

Viral Vaccine: The Foundation of The Fourth Reich
by Billy Matthews
$0.00, 186 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #57 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
In a world that has been ravaged by a viral outbreak of pandemic proportions, we are exposed to the lives of two renowned professors. They battle foes, 70 years apart, from a mysterious order known as the Aryans in their bid to stop their plans of mass extinction. There are many twists and turns along the way as more information about the sinister plot comes to light. It’s a race against time to save the human race and, together with the Nazi Hunters, our modern-day hero must find a way to prevent the Aryan vision from coming to life.In this spine-chilling journey, relationships will be tested and truths will be revealed. Will good triumph over evil - or will we fade away into the history books of this secret society’s incorrigible plan?

Gulag, Book 3: Mutants
by Xavier Therg
$0.00, 172 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #543 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction


All the doctor's children...

Working in spacehab, Dr. Ary Novak has second thoughts about sending untested chimeric humans into the gulag. After joining a conspiracy to stop the project, Dr. Novak’s plan is exposed, and the conspirators dropped into Arizona. Fighting back in the only way he knows how, Ary starts a new chimera project that could blow the gulag wide open.

Book 1. Survivor
Book 2. Oil King
Book 3. Mutants
Book 4. Warlord
Book 5. A.I.
Book 6. Whipped
Book 7. Warder
Book 8. Warmonger
Book 9. Armada
Book 10. Breakout
Book 11. Mechas
Book 12. Defenders
Book 13. Hybrids
Book 14. Spacehab


Arizona is evacuated, and the entire U.S. prison population dropped inside. With high-tech armor suits producing food and water, prisoners are free to make their own rules.

The gulag began as a dream of the world's richest man, but it was all a con. John Harkin didn't care about ridding society of criminals, he was trying to save humankind from extinction.

Limitations: N1 Galactic Series (Book 1)
by JD Riggs
$0.00, 197 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #123 in Technothrillers

The sun's last fizzle destroyed Earth long ago. Humans knew it. They defied it. But couldn't survive it. Their mighty persistence led to a robotic-kind called the 1HE... Humanities last hope. The AI conscious beings complete their most important mission; find a new hospitable planet but their little utopia is about to face a bigger threat than human extinction - a government that hates human-forced limitations.

The tale of the events leading up to the first space war!

A software developer has the chance to travel to a newly opened planet, J-27. The culture and government is nothing like how the media informed him back home. When he gets caught up in a whistleblowing scandal the planet goes into full lockdown. How will he escape?

"Robots... planets... space travel... Filmmaking mixed in a world of hardware startup development"

Skye City: Sister of a Rebel Soldier (The Darkness of Emmilyn Book 1)
by R. D. Hale
$0.00, 140 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #53 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction
My name is Emmi Basilides. I am an orphan living in the slums of Medio city. Every slumdog I know underestimates me. They think I am a dumb kid who could not survive alone, not without my brother, but I have been through so much, and I have never asked anyone to fight my battles. My mother abandoned me when I was five years old and here I am – about to reach the grand old age of sixteen. Believe me, anyone who can survive ten years in this place deserves respect.

Ever since my brother Arturo started working for a mysterious man, our lives changed dramatically. At first, Arturo had money and it went to his head, but then he disappeared, and I thought I was never going to see him again, until he escaped... from prison.

That is when things really got crazy. Our friend Killow was infected by nanites which gave him superpowers, but also turned him evil. And now we have no idea where he is. Oh, and I forgot to mention our friend Dynah who also has superpowers and is non-evil.

The plague came and my best friend Lel died. It broke my heart, but I will not be beaten by this world. 'Live for the moment' is what Lel used to say, and I will move forward in her honour. I will prove to my brother I am not a kid any more, and I will show our rotten country that this dumb, blonde, 'bottom-leveller' is a force to be reckoned with.

Catastrophica: Departure of the Lords
by Trevor Daffyd
$0.00, 391 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
The world before the Great Flood, a time of great civilisations that are now vanished.
Who did build the pyramids of ancient Egypt?
Who were the ancient gods?
Did the Annunaki really live among us?
What really happened to Atlantis?
Who was the fair-skinned, red-headed god of Aztec lore?
There was a time at the end of the last great ice age when the gods roamed the earth and soared through the sky. A time when Atlantis thrived as one of the pre-eminent civilisations of the antediluvian world and boats travelled regularly from Europe to the far continent, now called America.
Then came the end of the world as all knew it, wiping out all of those advanced civilisations, leaving just handfuls of people to start again and build their societies anew.
Trevor Daffyd explores , through a handful of extraordinary men and women, how the ancients came to grips with their own catastrophe and asks the question, could it all happen again?

Skye City: The Rise of an Orphan (The Trials of Arturo Book 1)
by R. D. Hale
$0.00, 200 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
**Winner of Wattpad's: Watty 2014: People's Choice Award for Science-Fiction**

'My name is Arturo Basilides. I am an orphan living in the slums of Medio City – the capital of a nation ravaged by a war which was won by extremists. Offered a choice between slavery and disenfranchisement, we exist in an underclass so disconnected we effectively inhabit a different era. Daily life involves scavenging, theft and substance abuse with a bunch of misfits who are somehow still in one piece after years of abandonment. I am a natural born fighter and although I despise warfare, I must witness the downfall of those bastard elites while fulfilling my romantic intentions with the forever unattainable girl of my dreams.'

Skye City is a biopunk adventure set in a world where science is indistinguishable from magic and oppression is near-inescapable. Technology has created a newer, 'superior' form of human and genetically engineered monstrosities are as terrifying as anything encountered in your nightmares. The underclass have been underestimated and as they fight back the boundary between freedom fighter and terrorist becomes increasingly blurred. Meanwhile, the drug-induced haze of a traumatised mind places a question mark over the meaning of reality.

'Skye City: The Rise of an Orphan interweaves heavy social issues and philosophy, milking the sci-fi genre for all its worth. The slum dog's efforts to maintain their humanity in such a heartless age, when everything is going against them is palpable. The 99% versus 1% theme focuses our minds on where society might be heading and forces us to look at things how they are, if we wish them to be truly different.' Dean C. Moore - Author of Renaissance 2.0

Hamster in a Mircowave (Nina Steel Adventures Book 3)
by Ray Hansen
$0.00, 203 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
Hamster in a Microwave: It should have been a straightforward investigation of an Arthur Steel Foundation employee who had been murdered in San Diego. Never in Nina Steel's wildest dreams did she think it would lead her to a head to head confrontation with terrorists so incredibly vindictive that nothing would stop them from achieving their goal, even if it means annihilating each other.Once the terrorists realize Nina Steel is hunting them down, they attack her and her team with the ferocity of red fire ants. Except these ants have nuclear weapons. In the wild melee that follows Nina Steel makes a critical oversight and one of her genetically engineered counterparts is dealt a mortal blow. With all of this, it does not seem possible Nina Steel will prevail. In classic Mr. Hansen politically incorrect style, Hamster in a Microwave takes you on a rocket sled ride that leaves not only you, but the characters winded by the end. Every page builds the excitement at an unrelenting pace. Nina faces one deadly crisis after another and finds herself unable to save the life of a new friend. Never has Nina Steel been up against such violently cruel terrorists, terrorists that think nothing of using a nuclear weapon to kill just one person. Furthermore, unknown to Nina Steel, Dr. Betty Marsh, the genetic engineer who designed Nina has broken all the rules and is working on super human technology again by planning to redesign humanity to create a totally new species. Can Nina Steel deal with these terrorists in time to stop Dr. Marsh? Or does Dr. Marsh already have the upper hand and will force Nina Steel to destroy humanity herself if she attempts to stop the human redesign plan.

Skye City: The Arrival of the Nanosoldiers (The Darkness of Emmilyn Book 3)
by R. D. Hale
$0.00, 133 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #67 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction
The days we spent together felt like weeks. A bond was clearly forming. He helped me through my toughest time, the death and rebirth of my brother. And yet his own journey was so short, the deal he was offered so unfair, even by the standards of Eryx. He never got to discover himself, but I am glad he got to experience freedom, friendship, family, however briefly.
Born in a laboratory, created presumably to kill, he was so far from his apparent design. He deserved to glimpse the beauty our world reveals on those rare occasions when it suspends our drive towards extinction. And he deserved to see the Enclave flourish into something which can prevent our self-destruction, which can reshape humanity.
San Teria wanted an army of puppets but created beings superior to themselves, not just physically but in every way. These children, the telepaths, who were bred for obedience, were actually bred with compassion and reason which I suppose could be mistaken for obedience in the correct circumstances and this misunderstanding backfired in the best possible way. They created not puppets but opponents who will fight for justice, reluctant heroes who can lead our wretched species from the dark ages. We have so much to learn from the telepaths and I am honoured to know them. I just pray the rest of the Enclave are okay.

Skye City: The Return to Medio (The Wrath of Arturo Book 1)
by R. D. Hale
$0.00, 198 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
'Don't you remember? You were their little experiment. Half boy, half monster. Horrific, isn't it?'

'My name is Arturo Basilides - teenage slum dog turned rebel supersoldier. A smart mouth and sense of invulnerability have got me this far, but the plague they sent changed everything. The pain of losing a friend destroyed the best part of me. When another was taken, I was offered unlikely redemption and ascended to the stars for the sake of unrequited love.

'Life is not easy for any slumdog but none can claim to have survived what I have: abandonment, imprisonment, torture, death... I was never told the price of reincarnation. And I am no longer human in body or mind as I float above this wretched planet I must return to. War is imminent. I do not know whose side I am on. Or what happens next...'

Skye City is a biopunk adventure with light elements of fantasy. It is set in a near future alternative reality where science is indistinguishable from magic and oppression is near-inescapable. Technology has created a newer, 'superior' form of human and genetically engineered monstrosities are as terrifying as anything encountered in your nightmares.

The underclass have been underestimated and as they fight back, the boundary between freedom fighter and terrorist becomes increasingly blurred. Meanwhile, the drug-induced haze of a traumatised mind places a question mark over the meaning of reality.

Skye City: Survivors of the Plague (The Darkness of Emmilyn Book 2)
by R. D. Hale
$0.00, 140 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
My name is Emmi Basilides. I am the sister of a rebel soldier who is missing in action. The world of Eryx is falling apart. People are vanishing all around me. Many are dying. Some are simply leaving no trace and I do not have answers. The lack of closure is a real killer. I just want to flee this warzone, but you cannot run from a world war.
Everywhere I go, the violence follows me, and the scariest thing is how well I am adapting. I am supposed to be the care-free airhead, the one who depends on everyone else. Well, that is what the gang have always thought. The ironic thing is, when it comes down to it, time and again, they look to me. And I never wanted leadership, I never wanted conflict, but I am not given a choice. Right now, life is about two things: running and waiting.
We keep running from battles, but in the process, we run into fresh battles. And all the while, we are waiting for my brother, my friends, and my boyfriend to safely return. I do not know if they ever will. I do not even know if hope is helpful any more. I am just trying to keep my sanity intact, but as the madness spreads around me, this damn plague, this bio-weapon is making things a million times worse.

Gods, Aliens, and Other Unwanted Visitors
by Jaymes Shore
$0.00, 447 pages, 2.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #188 in Science Fiction Anthologies


Mankind faces threats from outer space, ancient monsters, an insane President, the church, a massive brown dwarf star, a human resource manager, Biblical creatures, and other unwanted visitors. No amount of faith can save us.

Fifteen dark tales of science fiction, horror, and black comedy. Pray they don’t come true.

This book is not recommended for the religious, conservative, or close minded.

Four bickering men flee the dying Earth in a tin can. They rapidly descend into claustrophobic madness, and become the worst possible representatives of humanity.

The election is upon us, and it is time for the next religious change. Sadly, Presidential candidates don’t always keep their campaign promises. One reporter learns the true meaning of faith, as the newly elected President makes some questionable religious decisions.

There is no greater threat to your existence, than the arrival of a senior human resource manager. This angel of death will leave you out in the cold, and at the mercy of the murderous marauders waiting in the wastelands. His name is Mort, and he wants to terminate your employment.

A young child is continuously bullied at school. The boy’s only comfort comes in the form of a monstrous Biblical creature, which he gladly introduces to his unsuspecting tormentors.

Never look into your personal genome. You might not like what you find. A woman discovers her unique lineage, and the results will destroy her life.

Two men embark on the holiest of crusades. They give up the safety and comfort of mankind’s new home on a distant world, and return to the dying Earth. The rapture is coming, and only the few remaining chosen will be saved. Just enjoy the burning ground, boiling seas, and unbreathable air. Salvation will be arriving at any moment.

In America, even going to the rest room has become an impossible task.

A ship arrives from the stars. Earth is promised peace, prosperity, and fair trade. After all, they are only here to help us. Mankind rapidly descends into poverty and servitude. Mankind’s fate rests in the hands of one Pastor. Unfortunately, his mind has been suppressed by the creature possessing his body.

A bar full of drunks await the end of the world, as a time traveler reveals a terrifying secret about humanity.

The Chemtrails from passing jets kill hundreds of birds over a new housing community. One Saturday afternoon, the chemtrails bring down something else. An angel like creature falls to Earth, then seeks revenge on its perceived attackers.

An Earth colony receives a blessing from God, then uses it to subjugate the rest of humanity. A slave from a pacifist farming planet needs to free the woman he loves, and there is only one way to accomplish this without bloodshed.

When everything in life is based upon a single religious test, you need to have some faith. A boy’s belief structure is strained, as he begins to understand the true meaning of life.

A man’s above average IQ prevents him from enjoying life. Sometimes, there are no intelligent solutions to one’s problems.

The end of the world occurs once again. Drink up, as a threat from the outer solar system wipes out all life on Earth.

A scientist discovers an alien device, and it can change the course of human history. The owners return, and they are not pleased.

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Telescope Jim Illustrated (The Mutiny Papers Book 1)
by J. S. Lome
$0.00, 109 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (47 reviews), #8 in Time Travel Science Fiction
Up-and-coming Author J. S. Lome spins a tale of action-packed fantasy for readers of all ages!

Take a dash of Lord of the Rings and a splash of Treasure Island and what do you get? The Mutiny Papers! An illustrious Fully-Illustrated fantasy series packed with enough Long John Silvers, Jack Sparrows, and Captain Hooks to leave your heart throbbing for more.

The battle has begun!

Federation ships sweep the seas . . . James Williams, teenage runaway, carries a stone with magical power. But will his adventure come to a halt when he is mistaken for a notorious criminal?

Enter mastermind conman and treasure hunter, Longfellow Jim, who offers James a deal. Join his crew and hunt for treasure or fight the federation on his own.

James joins the buccaneer, but Little does he know, a giant by the name of Telescope Jim lurks in the South Seas hunting the same treasure. Will James survive a battle of trickery, deception, and double-crossing between the two outlaws? Or will he become a casualty of the giant Telescope's cut-throat crew?

Don't miss this heart-pounding first installment of The Mutiny Papers, where the fate of the South Seas rests on the shoulders of a roguish teenager, a notorious conman, and the treasure map of a dead pirate.

"Fits right in between Black Sails and Pirates of the Caribbean. A pirates adventure that quickly draws you in, filled with shark-toothed scoundrels amid tales of hidden treasure." ~Amazon Customer

The Mutiny Papers

The Magical Lift #1 Evening with the Evolution of Mankind
by Avani Agrawal
$0.00, 13 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #156 in Time Travel Science Fiction
One fine morning, two girls Kimi and Mori visited a science center. There they saw some wonderful science exhibitions and also experienced some shows. While they were playing in the ground during lunch break, they found something magical and it took them on an adventurous journey! From this book -
"I had wished to go to the time of evolution. That’s why the ring had begun to glow. The feeling of being pushed downwards was feeling of going back in time! Unbelievable!’ thought Kimi."

Unfinished Dreams: My Journey in Time
by Kurt Masterson
$0.00, 360 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #12 in Time Travel Science Fiction

"A Spirit's Dreams Never Die."

This is the touching and sometimes humorous story of the pursuit of "unfinished dreams" that spans eight-hundred years... a story about music and love that transcends time.

Derrick Mattingly is a young man in 2071 with dreams of becoming a progressive music artist, and finding eternal love in a world where culture has been turned upside-down... a world where humankind is aided by androids, virtual reality, and surreal technology... a world where new challenges and adventures confront him every step of the way.

But his time-travel journey actually began way earlier than 2071, beginning in Medieval Wales in the thirteenth century. There, in a simple life in the countryside, his life essence DID find eternal love with his beloved Katherine.

Derrick's journey and struggles then continued into the seventeenth century in Vienna, Austria, future home of great composers like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven. The royal palace staunchly supported "the best" musicians and composers in the world, sponsoring lavish musical productions that touched the souls of even the most jaded amongst the nobility. But how can Derrick's musical talents as a classical composer be discovered? He is but a common worker who repairs shoes, a far cry from the elitist world of high-society!

These past experiences helped shape the being of Derrick Mattingly... his current "essence", and in 2071, his pursuit of dreams of eternal love and artistic excellence continue along with his sexual awakening, despite all the daunting obstacles the world can throw at him. This is the story of "unfinished dreams".

Discovery (Below the Waterline Book 1)
by Paul Samuels
$0.00, 20 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1 in Reference Engineering
Uneasy, the feeling remains. A strange boat, out of place where it sits. A curious engineer. Discoveries beyond the wildest imaginings. Discovery is the first book in the “Below the Waterline” Series. Where would you go if you could travel anywhere, anytime? Matt Stevens will be travelling to places he never knew existed. He has questions, and he will search until he finds his answers. But, will he want the answers that he gets? This is a roller coaster ride that will take you to places you have never dreamed of, and some places you wish you never hear of again.

Travels in Time & Dimensions
by Christopher Jackson-Ash
$0.00, 206 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
Travels in Time & Dimensions is an anthology of short stories and novel excerpts, set in Christopher Jackson-Ash’s FirstWorld Multiverse. CJA’s writing explores the complex paradoxes that time travel inevitably throws up and the eternal debate over whether our lives are controlled by fate or chance. He is fascinated by the never-ending battle for domination between Law and Chaos and the role that the Balance plays in finding an appropriate middle way that we should strive to follow. And how does good and evil fit in? Perhaps, rather than fate or chance, we are ruled by our genes. Does the battle that Heroes undertake to come to terms with their special genes mirror the author’s own struggle to come to terms with his sexuality? And where does the companion to the Hero fit into the narrative? The Immortal Prophet, Nostradamus, wrote that sometimes the Companion is more important than the Hero. This anthology demonstrates the veracity of that quotation as the Heroes are supporting characters to the Companion. This anthology can be read as a stand-alone work or be used as an introduction to CJA’s FirstWorld novels.

Temporal Realignment
by Joanne Ash
$0.00, 19 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
When the death penalty is not enough of a deterrent, a new type of punishment is needed. In mid 21st century Britain, someone has found it.

Assimilation: Endless War - Book 2
by Starshipwriter
$0.00, 219 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #205 in Time Travel Science Fiction
The future can never escape from the past no more than situations can remain the same. Such too can be said of each and every person, but you and I are not always who we seem to be, even to ourselves let alone to a stranger. In some the secrets are even deeper, so deep that even they are unaware of their place or of the course that fate has laid out before them.

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Claimed by the Alien: Alien Menage Romance (The Ragrim Conflict Book 1)
by Nessa Claugh
$0.00, 100 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #28 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks

Adina remained on Earth to stay with her husband, even though she was the perfect candidate for the alien bridal program on Lukrim. She has a good job, a husband who loves her, and a hobby watching old movies where the sky was still blue. She's worked her way up to be the director at the very program she denied herself from, but now her alien boss on Lukrim wants more from her.

When he offers her a deal she can't refuse, she leaps at the chance to get herself and her husband off Earth. Her husband Mike is suspicious of the alien's motives; how could he not be? Tahum is tall, blue, and hot as hell, and he can give Adina the one thing her husband can't: a baby.

Tahum can give his coworker and her husband everything they want and need if they'll only give him a chance, but can Mike trust this alien with his wife and not lose her in the process?

Sizzling, occasionally mean stand alone MFM menage with HEA. No MM action.

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The Aggressive: A science fiction thriller (Book 1 of the Titanwar saga)
by Gem Jackson
$0.00, 387 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (24 reviews), #36 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction

How do you steal a warship without anybody noticing? How do you start a war?

When a destroyer is mysteriously hijacked, triggering a crisis around Earth, three misfits are thrown together on the Aggressive to investigate. What happens next will change everything.

The Aggressive is adult sci-fi with a gritty edge and page turning action - fans of Corey, Kloos and Hamilton will love it.

NOTE - Think 'The Boys' v 'The Expanse', so expect violence and cursing throughout.

Anton Biarritz is a ruthless career terrorist. After a devastating attack on Earth, he escapes aboard the warship Aggressive, posing as a misanthropic diplomat. To fulfill his task and ignite a conflict across the stars, he must preserve his identity and reach the edge of the Solar System.

September Long is a brilliant but disgraced intelligence officer. Having hunted Anton for a decade, she is determined to bring him to justice, whatever the cost. As the stakes rise, she finds herself isolated and caught in a deadly battle of wits in the cold emptiness of the outer planets.

Pilot officer Leon Wood grew up under an oppressive regime on Titan. He joins the Aggressive to escape his past and find something more in life. As Titan breaks ties with the ruling powers on Earth, Leon finds himself trapped between forces far greater than he ever imagined possible.

THE AGGRESSIVE plays out across a Solar System dominated by power struggles and commercial interests. As they leave Earth, the trio must navigate the worst of humanity as they approach an explosive climax around Saturn.

Don’t miss your chance to get this no holds barred sci-fi thriller. If you like high stakes, complex characters and bone-crunching action, this is probably the book for you!

True Cold (Ahunamons Book 1)
by D.S. Lynch
$0.00, 247 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #66 in Hard Science Fiction
They believed they were on a starship training to be soldiers. It was a lie.

The crew of the 'Alice Zhang' had spent fifty years sleeping, on their way to investigate strange flashes deep in space when they are woken by a strange entity, there to show them the truth. But was that even real?

As the crew fights to find the truth, they must battle a new enemy, there to protect a reality defining secret that will change their lives forever.

A Crowd of Stars ((The Great Human War #1))
by Dave Creek
$0.00, 144 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #71 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Winner of the 2016 Imadjinn Award for Best SF Novel!

Earth Alliance starship captain Jon Hendrik barely escapes death at the hands of the Star Rebellion, and vows to defeat it!

Rachel Adero, a young woman scarred by poverty, joins the Star Rebellion to fight for the destruction of the Alliance!

Meanwhile, the ruler known only as the Eminence is pulling the strings on both sides of the conflict!

Faith and Empire: Book One of The Holy Terran Empire
by Carlos Carrasco
$0.00, 134 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #14 in Christian Futuristic Fiction
One Faith. One Galactic Empire. And A Thousand Worlds Yet To Convert!

In the 51st century, man has spread throughout a great swath of the galaxy without having found any sign of alien life or another habitable world. Instead, mankind has splintered into a score of bio-engineered sub-species spread out across more than a thousand terraformed worlds. The Holy Terran Empire rules over three hundred of these man-made planets. Earth, the One, True World is the Empire’s Capital. The One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church of Rome governs the Empire, hand-in-hand, with the Imperial Family.

Not everyone is pleased with this arrangement.

Zephyrinus Zapatas, a dutiful citizen of the Empire and loyal son of the Church is more than happy with the Co-Dominion of Emperor and Pope. At sixteen, Zeph leaves home, seeking a life of service to the two crowns. He finds his opportunity in an invitation to join the Emperor’s Own, the elite Corps of Imperial Marines.

The Corps’ training is arduous; its moral code, exacting, but; Zeph welcomes the trials and the strictures. The Corps will demand sacrifices. In return, the Imperial Marines offer its recruits little more than a career fraught with peril to life and limb. Zeph accepts the life, however short it might be, because it comes with the chance of achieving his greatest ambition: reaching the rank of Knight Defender of the Faith and Empire.

His training, ambition and his faith will all be tested in the fires of battle against a cruel alliance of space pirates terrorizing scores of worlds.

The Holy Terran Empire is a new space opera series for anyone who can't get enough sword & blaster action.

The Other Wonder Trio: Excursion through the Absurd [9224] (Campy Sci-Fi Shorts Book 10)
by Arsidious The Great Writer
$0.00, 9 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Space Opera
Another uneventful day passed on the ship between systems. Out in the Void there was nothing, not even the smallest change of encountering new life in any capacity. The lanes of travel for spaceships were so wide, even between the same solar systems, that it was infinitely unlikely for two passing vessels to come close enough to share communications.

Then, in the hangar, a presence arrived like an eruption. Etta detected it immediately. It numbered in the dozens. Living things, aliens, were warping in one by one until they filled the hangar like an army, complete with a nefarious leader who courageously commanded them all with a sinister laugh.

Head Game (Space Force America Book 6)
by Murt Gibson
$0.00, 25 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #316 in Military Science Fiction
First Lieutenant Charles Beckman is just one of many gamers recently recruited by Space Force America. But, at the top of his craft, he is the team leader of the internationally ranked SFA gaming team. As the first recipient of an M.S. in Advanced Simulation and Gaming from the U.S. National University, he holds SFA specialty codes in Cyber Ops and Geospatial Intel. His gaming team's recent activities catch the attention of SFA deep data and pattern recognition specialist Mateo Sanchez. Mateo, eager to explore the role of gaming theory in the SFA mission, recruits his best friend and space combat pilot, Col. Ron Sawyer, to join him in that venture. What begins as a gaming exercise in space, takes a tragic turn.

Adagio of Awakening (Song of the Multiverse Book 1)
by Brett Baker
$0.00, 221 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #72 in Metaphysical Science Fiction eBooks
Rin and Lexi Halloran were just two ordinary teens growing up in Chicago. Then they were abducted from their boarding school, and that's when things got really strange. They awoke to find a mysterious man named Watanabe rescuing them from a heavily guarded warehouse, and that rescue sets them on a journey of adventure that will reveal just what a wonderfully weird place the multiverse is. But Rin keeps hearing this music wherever she goes. What is the significance of the music? Who do the men who were guarding the warehouse where they were kept work for? And who is Watanabe? The fate of the world just might hang in the balance as they search for answers.

The Mars Debacle
by Matt Gregory
$0.00, 49 pages, 2.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #3,295 in 90-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
It's 2044, and Alexey Markelov is living a comfortable life on the moon. That life is disrupted when a hacker steals all of his assets. He must travel to Mars with an engineer in the hopes of securing a new fortune.

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AREA 51: Final Flight (2nd edition)
by Zalien Vufo
$0.00, 11 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #34 in 15-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
An anonymous person claims:

A baby alien inside a spacecraft crashed next to AREA 51.

The baby alien did not talk and doesn't have parents.

The voice coming from the spacecraft begged for help, explained their creators are performing experiments against their will.

The AREA 51 military arrived before I could discover the truth.

Will Zablixoid and Lodminaz figure out the truth about AREA 51?

Universal Speakers - Revolution
by Ensali Usare
$0.00, 281 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #141 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
- "Everything is possible" was never so true.

- Time is incredibly relative. You can’t really situate yourself at a specific time when reading these stories.

- Different subjects, commented by species from all over the universe, living in distinct space times.

- Considered by some a difficult read, Universal Speakers consists of shortread chapters that make you dive into your imagination as you uncover mind-blowing tales of outer-planetary civilizations.

by D. J. Adamson
$0.00, 111 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks

“Was it truly an "act of nature" or something worse? Who can you believe? How do you know you are right? Very compelling and excellent storytelling.”

I thought it was just another August storm. But, everything isn’t always exactly what it seems in life. Sometimes a storm is more than a storm.

My mother and sister came up missing. My Dad, badly burned, secreted away. And the trail taken to find the answers became a path into more storms.

How do you know you’re right?

I found myself approaching something beyond everything I thought to be true.

The Return of Tomorrow
by Lara MacGregor
$0.00, 10 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #23 in 15-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
“The Return of Tomorrow” is a piece set mainly on another planet with two mismatched humans among aliens. The story’s main themes are prejudice, survival, and opening one’s mind to cross divides and learn the real meaning of friendship.

Edomia: A Fantasy-Adventure (Tales from the Edomian Mythos Book 1)
by J.M. Kind
$0.00, 334 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #260 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
At the dawn of a new Dark Age, the world of Edomia reels amid the clash of warring species, and the rise of a militant new religion from beyond the stars. Heir to the ancient Goddess-worshiping matriarchy of Taugwadeth, Princess Ashna N’rene is sent on a dangerous journey to form an alliance with her people’s most obstinate foe, the fanatical, misogynist Curions, adherents of an alien faith only recently carried to Edomia from medieval Earth. But success in this endeavor may be no more desirable than all-out war with the ravenous race of arachno-sapiens known as the Sc’dorim. Faced with two equally dire prospects—to become concubines for the Curions or livestock for the Sc’dorim— Ashna and her companions must fight for their own enlightened way of life, their faith, their freedom, and all they have ever loved, before their once-proud world of women passes forever into the hands of men. Paralleling the story of Ashna’s adventures, a modern-day Marco Polo recounts his travels through the quantum portal that connects Earth to Edomia. A small boy when he arrives from Earth in the year 1965, Brother Morek looks back over many decades to recount his enslavement by the Sc’dorim, his friendship with a fellow prisoner, his escape and rescue in the midst of battle, and his struggles to adapt to life on a world at once familiar and nightmarishly strange. Along the way, Morek offers rich insight into the culture, and science, art, language, and mythology of his adopted world.

The Art of the Pluto Deal: A Novel by,
by J. D. Loff
$0.00, 176 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #11,643 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
When a spacecraft is discovered near the dwarf planet Pluto a team is put together to attempt to communicate with the alien visitors. Based on years of psychological modeling, the team is carefully assembled and efforts to reach out to the alien ship are going well until the current President assigns a former President to work with the team. Known as The Mogul, the ex President, businessman, and reality tv star disrupts the team and threatens to turn friendly first contact into interplanetary war.

Out of the Earth and Into the Infinite Space: Stories of Humans Who Found Their Purpose While Traversing the Galaxy with Other Alien Species
by The Alien Chronicles
$0.00, 15 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > First Contact
When the Udduks, as humans called them, first made contact on Earth they made their intentions clear. They came for manpower and resources, and even proved that they came in peace. When the United Nations agreed to sign a trade agreement with them, they gave humanity the resources needed to travel space safely.

Decades have passed and the agreement is still honored. Humans encountered aliens of different shapes and sizes, and even some cosmic beasts that left no spaceship safe in its wake. The Udduks are left in awe of the desire to seek thrills and fun despite the dangers of space but do not pose to stop them from their explorations. After all, they are indebted to the humans for handling most of the labor for them.

They watch as several humans tell their tales after stepping outside their home planet to their fellows.

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Resilient (The Anye Legacy Book 3)
by John G. Dyer
$0.00, 410 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #85 in Hard Science Fiction
Set amidst the clash between a space-faring commonwealth and its domestic enemies, Resilient is a tale of adventure,survival and perseverance.

Stolen at birth, Suban Dhava is spirited away to a continent isolated by quarantine, embargo and war. Even his name is taken from him -- a word from Sanskrit, signifying his clan's connection to the oceans. It means properly anchored, sturdy, resilient. Suban will have to be all of these things, if he's ever to make his way home.

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Occam's Razor eSampler
by T. R. Ryden
$0.00, 59 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Military
Read the first three chapters of Occam's Razor for free!

Time is short. They are locking down the world. They know what is coming; and it is the greatest coverup in the history of mankind. Occam's Razor is a terrifying speculative thriller painting a real scientific vision of nothing less than the threat of an imminent apocalyptic event. Has this information truly been withheld from the public? Find out before it is too late for you and your family.

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Clockwork Twist : Family
by Emily Thompson
$0.00, 214 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (24 reviews), #1 in Steampunk Science Fiction
This is the seventh book of 12, in a long series of steampunk adventure books. Set in a magical fantasy version of the Victorian era, the Clockwork Twist series follows an unassuming and introverted clockmaker from London, named Twist. When a clockwork princess needs his help, Twist finds himself on an adventure around the world surrounded by airship pirates, secret societies, treasure hunters, vampires, magical kitsune, a genie or two, and occupationally dragons. Are you all caught up on the series?

Continue the journey in Book Seven: Family!

After a lifetime alone, Twist finally finds himself as a part of a family, among his close friends and his new bride. But will their support be enough to save him from an angry dragon that wants to drive him mad?

His friends now safe from vampires, and his bride at his side, Twist thought he might have some time to rest after his most recent adventure. But what was once only a mild annoyance has now grown into a true threat.

Twist never meant to kill the dragon. He had only tried to defend himself, but the dragon had been slain all the same. Now, the dragon's ghost still clings to Twist's skin, giving him uncomfortable sensations, hallucinations, and nightmares. Some warn that the dragon's ghost will plague him until it drives him mad and eventually takes possession of Twist completely. Although they say that this should take years to happen, thanks to Twist's powerful sight, the dragon's ghost is getting stronger much faster than that.

The best hope that Twist has to free him from the ghost is gypsy magic. Jonas spent his childhood among a troupe of gypsies, and says that the woman who took him in as her own grandson was a powerful witch who might be able to help Twist. Without anywhere else to turn, Twist and his friends now have to set off across the world, once again, this time to meet a witch.

American Loom
by Jay Dewitt
$0.00, 400 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #7 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction
The world has changed in the year 2045. Smart phones - once so ubiquitous - have been replaced by the more popular "smart lenses" that blink in every eye. And with the rise in crime, the Vigilant Homeland Division (VHD) surveils people’s smart lenses to make cities like D.C. safe again. But when a VHD employee is shot dead, Nash Winston, the newest analyst at the VHD, discovers the VHD may be doing more than just surveilling lenses. Now Nash, with the help of anti-lens radical Zoe Lane, must confront his own morality as he chooses whether to save democracy or save the country.

American Loom is a fast-paced, intellectual science fiction thriller addressing the rise of Super P.A.C.s, the techno-deterioration of privacy, and the far reach of data companies. Fans of Marcus Sakey's Brilliance trilogy will enjoy.

Lone Survivor
by Jenna Lee
$0.00, 156 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #25 in Fantasy Adventure Fiction
Sadie was created in a lab - an experiment that scientists were supposed to get rid of on her eighteenth birthday. But a fire breaks out and she’s the only survivor. Or is she? Now, she’s tracking other misfits like her before the secret government agency that created her can track them all down for themselves.

A Few Lives Lost (Tyranny Trilogy Book 1)
by J Glen Percy
$0.00, 373 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #6 in Dystopian Science Fiction
Thomas loves the outdoors. He doesn’t love battling the unforgiving elements and relentless deprivation in a minute to minute struggle for survival. What teen would? But when the United States collapses suddenly and regional authoritarian powers establish their rule, his parents are violently abducted, forcing the adolescent to make a terrible decision for his future and more importantly, that of his younger sister -- stay and be nurtured into autocratic soldiers, or flee into the harsh and exacting embrace of the wild? Nature and the wilderness aren’t his only enemies though as the ruthless Commission, an unwanted pair of companions, and Thomas himself, all work against his ultimate pursuit of life and liberty. What follows is an unimaginable near-future journey laced with extreme hardship and impossible choices that examines what it means to grow up free. Free of worries, free of oppression, free of fear. What will Thomas do, how far will he go, and just how much of himself will he give to protect the only person left in his life?

The City around the World (The Trilogy of Zand Book 1)
by Elliot Harper
$0.00, 117 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #169 in Dystopian Science Fiction
Book One of the Trilogy of Zand

Dasein: he craves it, he needs it. The needle rules his whole life, but when he stumbles upon a mysterious object, his world is thrown into disarray. Can he fight his addiction long enough to survive, or will he succumb to the monsters living without and within?

"The world Harper has built is vast, engaging, so alive and vibrant it's impossible not to be fascinated with. From Pau Market, a place at once intriguing and dangerous, to the south, where indebted slaves pull buses without engines, fed enough water to keep them upright enough to earn money for their masters. It isn't a pleasant place, far from it; but it's an intriguing place, one you have to keep reading about to try and garner more clues, to try and learn more about what's going on. Harper feeds information sparingly, but gives just enough so as to keep you hooked, and make you want more."

Robert Welbourn, author of Ideal Angels.

Antiquities: An Onteora County Romance
by Francis Porretto
$0.00, 153 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #84 in Science Fiction
Gail was a has-been singer from a forgotten band, surviving by performing for small crowds in coffee houses and bars, near to giving up on everything.
Evan was a venture capitalist, widowed by cancer and robbed of his only child by a car crash, who kept going on momentum alone.
They were going through the motions, barely clinging to life, until one Friday evening in a central New York bar, when a faint and a spontaneous rescue brought them together.
Then the music really started.

Spectrum Worlds (The Cyberpunk Uploads Book 1)
by Seth Rain
$0.00, 272 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #909 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction

Explore a brand-new, fast-paced and immersive cyberpunk series in which androids, humans, hover-bikes and drone-shuttles roam neon-lit city streets.

It is 2118, and the Postman, second-generation android, having given up hope of finding out who killed the android he loved, is one delivery away from retirement. But when he learns this final job is delivering a human called Lola, he is confronted with the truth after all.

After helping Lola and a group of rebel humans attack the corrupt, state-sponsored Fr.e.dom, the Postman and his new associates become hunted vigilantes. Trapped inside city walls designed to keep androids in and humans out, the Postman must escape on his solar-jet powered bike through the neon-lit streets of the city if he wants to stay alive.

But until the postman understands his own worth and his place alongside humans, there is no way he can help prevent the tyrannical, vengeful Cardinal from taking control of the city, the androids who live there, and from killing every human on the planet.

Caught between an underground mafia called The Brotherhood and Cardinal’s state-sponsored corporation, Fr.e.dom, the Postman doesn’t stand a chance.

That is, until he discovers the spectrum...

The Science Fiction Archive #6
by H. Beam Piper
$0.00, 305 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (28 reviews), #76 in Science Fiction
The sixth powerful Science Fiction Archive! Edited by the strangely enigmatic Rey Bertran, SFA #6 features the following tales:

Missing Link, by Frank Herbert
The Great Nebraska Sea, by Allan Danzig
The Valor of Cappen Varra, by Poul Anderson
A Bad Day for Vermin, by Keith Laumer
Hall of Mirrors, by Frederic Brown
Common Denominator, by John MacDonald
Doctor, by Murray Leinster
The Next Logical Step, by Ben Bova
The Nothing Equation, by Tom Godwin
The Last Evolution, by John Campbell
A Hitch in Space, by Fritz Leiber
On the Fourth Planet, by J.F. Bone
Flight From Tomorrow, by H. Beam Piper
Card Trick, by Walter Bupp
The K-Factor, by Harry Harrison

Martians Kill
by Keith Keenan
$0.00, 348 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #4,148 in Technothrillers
On Mars survival depends on access to water. America controls their water, and members of the Martian government allied with powerful Washington politicians are about to assassinate Devon Pratt, the President. When the Vice President is assassinated instead of Pratt, more murders plunge the White House into chaos. A desperate and cowardly Pratt calls on his gifted but flawed friend, Leon Gallagher, to save his life.

Leon sees that Pratt's potential assassination is only one part of this conspiracy; he discovers the atheistic Martians are allied with religious Gnostics who believe that America is the Kingdom of God, and its future will be determined by the will of God and not the American government. The Gnostics, he finds, intend to run God’s Kingdom from Mars. In a race against time, Leon, overwhelmed by his demons, wonders whether he or anyone can stop this insidious conspiracy, but knows if he fails the Martian colonies will perish, and the United States as a country will disappear.

Pangea Online 2: Magic and Mayhem
by S.L. Rowland
$0.00, 308 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (47 reviews), #2 in Role Playing & Fantasy Games
Everything has a price. Pangea Online is no different.

In the aftermath of the Developer’s Tournament, Esil has a new life filled with opportunity. He’s the first person to test out their most innovative technology, full-immersion gameplay, in a brand new, unexplored gameworld. Magic and mayhem collide in ways he never thought possible and soon, he finds himself caught in a quest that may alter the course of the game for years to come.

As Esil experiences the grandeur of full-immersion and the line blurs between reality and the gameworld, the NPCs he meets feel more like friends than data. Tasked with defending a small town from dark forces, he must learn to protect its citizens from impending doom or risk losing them forever.

by Paul Bruder
$0.00, 284 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #32,728 in Science Fiction Adventure
Doug was like any normal 18 year old. Except that one day when Doug was sitting on his couch watching TV, something extraordinary happened. Doug didn’t know it at first, but he was the only person thawed. Time seemed to have stopped, people were frozen everywhere. Doug panicked. Doug left the small Oregon town where he grew up behind and set off toward California to experience what was left of the world. The adventures are numerous and his journey is hardly an easy one. This is the first book in the Thawed Series.

The Government is Gone: Book Two of the Homestead Trilogy
by Jack Archer
$0.00, 279 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #153 in Gay Fiction
The enemy of your enemy is not always your friend.

Four months after the destruction of Jacksonville and the Lustrators, Ryan Frey finds himself in a life of domestic bliss. He, his brother, and his husband live in a huge cabin near the woods next to the thriving town of New Homestead. Life couldn’t be more perfect.

But something lurks in the forest around them. A distant relative of the Lustrators, these new Runners can hunt, hide, and attack with the intelligence of the very humans they consume.

Caught amid a terrifying feud between the Lustrators and the remaining government in Tallahassee, Ryan is forced to choose to save his town or save his family before they are both destroyed.

What Lies Beyond: Sci-Fi Stories of the Future (The Red Penguin Collection)
by JK Larkin
$0.00, 150 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #14 in Science Fiction Anthologies

“What Lies Beyond: Sci-Fi Stories of The Future” Edited by JK Larkin

Are You On The Prowl For A Dark, Enticing, and Wildly Imaginative Science Fiction Reading Experience?

Journey through space and time as you read this second installment of The Red Penguin Collection, an anthology series by Red Penguin Books. In our collection of science fiction stories, you will be confronted with aliens, robots, clones, and… cats? When it comes to the ever-expanding universe and the bounds of technology, anything is possible!

Featuring the following talented authors, playwrights, and poets:

  • Lawrence F. Bloom
  • Debbie De Louise
  • R. J. Erbacher
  • John M. Floyd
  • Jeremy Handel
  • David M. Lange
  • George Marzocchi
  • Lisa Diaz Meyer
  • Stephen Oliver

But, in case we didn’t convince you already, let’s hear from some of our readers:

“With an eclectic mix as varied in style as content, this volume presents eleven engaging stories. Some of these stories are reminiscent of the classic SciFi of the 1950s, others timeless, and some a perfect marriage of SciFi and horror. I recommend this anthology to anyone looking for enjoyable, diverse, science fiction.”

Andrew G. Parker, Amazon

“...a great entry point for anyone who is interested in testing the sci-fi waters.”

Hannah M. Johnson, Amazon

“...a collection with a difference, and I'm proud to have been selected to take part in it.”

Stephen Oliver, Amazon

So now that you know you are going to be ordering yourself a copy, only one question remains: how many?

by Christopher J. Fox
$0.00, 276 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #36 in Technothrillers
Reality is a coin, and you've only seen one side.

Trapped by an act of betrayal and sabotage, the mind of neuroscientist Aida Doxiphus is locked in an alternate view of reality where the future can be easily predicted—a view that the profiteering saboteurs believe that they have to themselves. And they’ll do anything to keep it that way.

Though she appears unconscious in this world, Aida is more than active in the other. She uses her extraordinary view to save the lives of people around the globe. Her actions, however, come at a steep price: every moment she inhabits the alternate world accelerates her toward death—that is, if the saboteurs don’t kill her and her family first.

After an attempt on Aida’s life in the hospital and the murder of her lab technician that night, her husband, and daughter, along with the medic who brought her in are pulled into a race for their lives. With nothing but their brains and fortitude—and aided by a group of Buddhist monks in New Mexico—the Doxiphus family must elude their hunters in both worlds and expose the saboteurs and their reality bending plans before time runs out.

The End of Everything (The Connection Series Book 1)
by Esme Carmichael
$0.00, 447 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #56 in New Adult & College Fantasy

Viking Norway meets Victorian London in this gripping dystopian debut.

It has been 183 years since Mason destroyed the Old World, terraforming it into a beautiful, frozen tundra which he claims with tyrannical sovereignty. In the midst of this New World, Alira is a wanted woman, running from Mason and his sadistic minions. Forced to hide her true identity, Alira must survive the darkest, cruellest forms of humanity as she searches for the truth of who, and what she is. Why is she prophesied to destroy the world, why is she known as The End of Everything? And why, when Mason can kill with a single stare, does she want to look into his eyes?

Mixing the allure of fantasy with the gut-wrenching tensity of a thriller, The End of Everything is the first in a brutal tetralogy of emotion and survival. Each part twists Alira’s personality, turning her from a naïve, immature girl into a relentless survivor who straddles the boundary between heroine and villain.

Nabatea (Innerscape Book 3)
by acflory
$0.00, 371 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #52 in Technothrillers
More alone than ever, Miira Tahn clings to the bonds of friendship, yet even there, nothing is quite what it seems, not even her own memories.

Driven to search for answers out in the real world, she uncovers the one truth that can tear apart the tissue of lies surrounding the Burned Man. But is she strong enough to face the consequences?

And what of the powerful people who would prefer the truth to remain safely buried?

In Nabatea, the past finally collides with the present as Miira risks all to save a good man.

‘Nabatea’ is the third book of the Innerscape cycle and corresponds to Episodes 4 and 5 of the original series.

The Making of an Angel: Book 4: Light in the Darkness
by Anthony Harrington
$0.00, 302 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #16 in LGBT Action & Adventure
Book 4 begins with Angel being presented in court to King Edward. During a visit back to her time, she is involved in stopping a dirty bomb plot in London. Use of the Time Door creates an energy surge that has NASA puzzled. Events lead to Angel revealing the existence of the alien she and the Clan are hosting, to the President of America. This part of her adventure ends with her and Duke Pendle setting off to journey down to London from York, and having to deal with an army blocking their way.

...The Duke gave instructions to his men to hold fast where they were. He and Angel walked their horses forward. When they were about four hundred yards from the opposing army, they stopped. A group of three armoured knights trotted forward to meet them. Watching the advancing knights, she drew the Glock, cocked it and let her arm dangle down. The mounted knights advanced until the gap between them was no more than ten feet. The knights’ shields, which each had slung to the left of their saddles, bore their colours.
“Earl Coullson, and Sir Hingston, and that third with you I would guess to be Sir Henry de Beauchamp. What makes this army in my path?” the Duke asked, in a stern voice. All three knights looked askance at the long shape of the machine gun resting in the Duke’s lap.
“Good morrow to you, Duke Pendle. We have no quarrel with you, my Lord, unless you seek to push past us. However, this woman here must come with us for trial. I have received word that she assaulted and falsely imprisoned three knights, using black arts which showed her to be a witch.” Earl Coullson said.
Bryan smiled broadly.
“Aye, she kicked their arses for them, no question, but it was soldierly skills, not magic, that felled them. This is the Lady Angel. One of the three fellows, I take him for the spokesman, though he did not identify himself, called her a whore. When she knocked him down, the other two sought to draw their swords and were similarly knocked to the ground. Now, leaving that matter aside, I am summoned by the King and must go to London. Give me leave to pass with the Lady here, and my men, and we have no quarrel.”
“That, I regret, I cannot permit. If you wish to stay and speak on her behalf at the Lady’s trial, I will provide you and your men with all proper accommodation. I will require you to lay down your arms, however.”
“Give up my sword? To you, whom I laid low at the Oxford tourney two years back? I don’t think so,” the Duke said.
“For the last time, hand over the Lady and turn back,” the Earl said, his impatience clear in his voice.
Angel brought her gun hand up, showing the Glock.
“Bryan, you’ll want to steady Thunder, this is going to be loud.”
“So, she calls you by your given name, Duke Pendle? Have you no shame, to take your whore to see the King?”
The speaker was the third knight, whom the Duke had named as de Beauchamp. Angel shot him through the left elbow.
The report echoed across the plain like a thunderclap. Bits of chain mail and flesh went flying in a spray of blood. All three of the knights’ horses reared and pranced. While the horses were still bucking wildly, Angel put three shots through de Beauchamp’s helmet, blowing it and much of his head off his shoulders. His body fell sideways off his horse. Regaining some control of their mounts, Earl Coullson, and Sir Hingston turned their horses and made to gallop back to their army. Angel shot both men in the back, knocking them off their horses.
Bryan stared at her in shock.
“I’m getting a little annoyed at being called a whore, Bryan. Give me that bloody machine gun,” she said, holstering the Glock...

The Boom Show
by Liz Tuckwell
$0.00, 15 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #133 in Satire
Quiz shows can be murder.

...and George fears he's the next contestant to lose.

Will he find a way to survive Boom Show?

Where elders compete to be the last person standing and gain a life of luxury. The losers blow themselves up.

Is George willing to die to get his revenge on a corrupt system?

Or will he win and reap the rewards?

You’ll love this dystopian short story that shows an all too plausible future.

Get it now.

Catcoin: The Fictional History of a Cryptocurrency
by Frank Edler
$0.00, 146 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #27 in Humorous Fantasy
One is a cat. One is money. One is Catcoin, a cryptocurrency. Follow the history of an unlikely cat which becomes the primary coin in an economic revolution that will change the world. Catcoin is a globe trotting tale that reveals the history of a new money that changes the way people spend money and disrupts the way banks do business and tips the scales of the balance of power held by world governments. Friendships are forged, lovers are loved and Durian fruit is smashed. Enrich yourself in the history of Catcoin, the world's first feline-based cryptocurrency.

Tarot Magic: Event Programming
by Krylov Petr
$0.00, 96 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #48 in Alternative History
This book discusses the branch of esotericism that deals with event programming by Tarot cards.
The book draws on the author’s many years’ experience reconstructing its theory and verifying it in practice.
In Russia, the book finds its online niche within the context of the Patience of Medici. Legend has it that the Patience of Medici is a magical practice that makes it possible to control the future.
Historical and literature sources have mentioned it under various names for hundreds of years.

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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.