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Newly Free Zombies Kindle Books for 2021-06-09

Blackout: Still Surviving
by Boyd Craven III
$0.00, 296 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (474 reviews), #3 in Pulp Thrillers
Westley Flagg isn’t your usual lawbreaker. He’s a poacher, a moonshiner and a prepper, out of necessity. Despite trying to live on the straight and narrow, he knows the law can turn things on you in a heartbeat. When Wes has to come up with money for his Grandpa’s surgery, he gets involved with an unsavory group.

Living deep in poverty for most of his life, he’s become resilient and flexible, but college education can only take him so far. A solar storm sends the northern lights as far south as Texas, and cascading failures in the grid cripple the nation. Now, without communications, Flagg has to prove he has what it takes to still survive.


The Land of the Undying: Dark Elf Chronicles Book One
by Dave Willmarth
$0.00, 409 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (198 reviews), #16 in Dystopian Science Fiction
Shari is a med student, months away from being a doctor. Mace is a coder on his first day of an exciting new job. When the world comes to a sudden and horrifying end, none would have expected them to be among the few survivors.

Hyper-aggressive undead creatures hunt anything living on the surface, where even the grass and trees can kill you. Hiding underground is safe, but not much of a life. Their only escape is a virtual world where Shari can use her healing skills, and Mace can focus on something other than his fears.

But Shari is a light elf, and Mace is a drow. Their people are ancient enemies, and neither would be welcome in the other’s world. Still they strive to come together in the game, while they scavenge for food and fight to stay alive in the real world.

The odds are against them, and their food will eventually run out. Is their best hope for survival to find a way to upload themselves to the game permanently?


Runner: A Post-Apocalyptic Motorcycle Club Romance (Nameless Souls MC Book 1)
by Evie Mitchell
$0.00, 147 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (64 reviews), #262 in Contemporary Short Stories
Ellie
The virus ravaged the world, plunging us into darkness. It was in the darkness that nightmares became reality.
And it was in the shadows that I met him – Runner.
He promised me protection in exchange for one thing – my surrender.

Runner
She was salvation. Bringing us hope when all was lost.
I'd fight for her. For our life together. But in the after nothing is guaranteed.
When the world ended, we began. But would we have a future?

Trigger warning: This is a darker book than my other series and contains some violence and references to abuse. A happily ever after is still guaranteed, but this is a gritty series so proceeded with caution.


The Ridden: A Gamelit Apocalypse Progression Fantasy Novel
by Joshua Kern
$0.00, 355 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (21 reviews), #1 in Teen & Young Adult Literary Biography eBooks

People called them different things when they first appeared: Walkers, Cryptids, Infected, the Ridden. The most popular was also the least apt, Zombies.

Sands from across the ocean blew in and covered everything in a fine dusting of granules, as they did every year. But this year they carried with them an infectious spore that infected anything that breathed.

Animal or human, it showed no favorites and infected them all. If people were lucky, they retained the ability to think. If they weren’t, they became little more than monsters hungry for more spores.

Chris stumbled out of his cheap motel room after the worst night of his life and straight into the apocalypse.

This is not your normal zombie apocalypse story, as Chris was about to find out. It’s not the monsters he needs to worry about.

It’s the humans.

If you liked The Last of Us and World War Z, you will be sure to enjoy The Ridden.



What Amazon readers are saying:

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★★★★★ 'This was a good take on the 'zombie' team. I enjoyed reading this and would recommend it to anyone interested in the zombie apocalypse.'

★★★★★ 'I like it! Definitely an interesting take on the zombie apocalypse. I like the whole being able to upgrade themselves thing.'

★★★★★ 'This was easy to read. Great plot, keeps you interested.
I liked the humor and action in it.'

★★★★★ 'Great book, loved the vibes, think this is a better portrayal of a "zombie apocalypse" than anything else I have read in a couple years, and the progression aspect just makes it much more fun.'


Liberation: A Magi Saga Series (Wasteland Road Knights Book 1)
by Andrew Dobell
$0.00, 212 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (58 reviews), #19 in Dystopian Science Fiction
Survive, or start living?
Save the girl or turn the other cheek?
What would you do?


The Cataclysm scorched the Earth. Only a zombie infested wasteland remains. Warlords and worse rule over the remains of humanity in a cruel new world where only the strong survive.

Nero travels the wasteland in a souped-up V8 charger, barely hanging on as he moves between the scattered remnants of humanity. In return for food and supplies, he offers his services fighting zombies and raiders for those who can pay.

Arriving at the Watchtower, Nero meets the abused slave girl Nyx. A beautiful young woman, she’s skilled in the use of a sword - yet held captive by the tower's ruler.

When the Watchtower is attacked, events begin to spiral out of control, and Nero discovers the secret Nyx has been hiding from her master. Now he must choose between the life he knows alone in the wastes, or helping the fascinating but vulnerable Nyx, and changing his life forever.

Grab this rip roaring V8 adventure now. It's Mad Max: Fury Road with Magic and monsters.


Newly Free Post-Apocalyptic Kindle Books for 2021-06-09

This Fallen World (The Fallen World Book 1)
by Christopher Woods
$0.00, 362 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (89 reviews), #4 in Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Literary Fiction
The world has Fallen, but life goes on…

Matthew Kade was a corporate assassin—one of the best agents Obsidian Corporation had. But then the bombs began falling, and the old world ended. Now he must navigate the new world he finds himself in, a world where the strongest survive, and the weaker do their bidding…or die.

Kade was always one of the strongest, though, so when a rich man’s daughter goes missing, he turns to Kade to find her and bring her back. But she has already been gone three days, and in the Fallen World, that is an eternity in which any number of things could have happened to her.

Can Kade—a man with a price on his head—pick up the trail of the young woman and navigate the streets of the city to find her, or will the city’s denizens be the end of him? It will take all of Kade’s abilities to find her and save her life…if he doesn’t lose his first.

“This Fallen World” includes three novellas in an exciting new universe by bestselling author Christopher Woods. You’ll want to get it—right now!



Homestead: A Post-Apocalyptic Tale of Human Survival (After the Pulse Book 1)
by L. Douglas Hogan
$0.00, 187 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (68 reviews), #13 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
Two years after the Pulse shut down the nation’s power grid, Darrick, his wife Tonya, and their autistic son Andy, show up on the doorstep of Darrick’s childhood home. Darrick must make peace with his older brother Jimmie and ailing father James, all the while reacquainting himself with the life of a homesteader.
Meanwhile, a looming omen hovers over everything he holds dear. A huge murder of crows circle a large, well-equipped and organized group of aggressive survivors that are about to discover the homestead and threaten everyone’s way of life. When a bad decision leads to the loss of a family member, everything changes, and Darrick must reanalyze and adapt himself to the situation. Mistrust and paranoia take hold as Darrick struggles with the blurred lines between friend and foe.


Powerless World: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller (Survive the Fall Book 1)
by Derek Shupert
$0.00, 243 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (178 reviews), #1 in Absurdist Fiction

A single Coronal Mass Ejection…

…was all it took to bring down the grid.

Will Russell survive as his plane falls from the sky?

It had been twelve-months since the worst day in Russell’s life. The anniversary of his daughter’s death sent him into the bottle. He loved his wife, but they grieved in different ways. Would the pain ever stop?

Sarah missed Russell.

She lay in bed unable to sleep. The heart ache had nearly broken her, too, but Sarah didn’t want their marriage to end. If she could just get him to stop drinking. Could they learn to live again?

One day later…

…everything changed.

Russell was on a plane heading west. The engines stopped, the plane was going down, and all he could think about was Sarah. He had to see her again.

On the Boston subway, Sarah, was trapped.

Fear and panic were all around her. Sarah sensed the danger. A man glared at her. With a deep breath, she wrapped her fingers around the Glock-43 in her purse. Sarah wasn’t afraid.

Will Russell and Sarah live long enough to find their way back to each other?

You’ll be on the edge of your seat with this post-apocalyptic thriller, because Russell and Sarah are easy to love.

Powerless World is a gripping grid down apocalyptic thriller featuring flawed, complex characters and riveting action. A disaster/survival series perfect for fans of Ryan Schow, Grace Hamilton, Harley Tate, Jack Hunt, Boyd Craven, and Kyla Stone.

Get it now.




Not the Victor
by Aimee Lopez
$0.00, 297 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #6,490 in Coming of Age Fantasy eBooks
When the world grinds to a halt after half of the population disappears, the fight for survival in New York City becomes a battle, especially when a man called The Dragon takes over Manhattan. Aldric wants to find a way to be happy in this new world, but strange dreams and uncomfortable premonitions keep him and his friends on edge. When Aldric realizes his role in the wreckage of NYC is more important, he must make a choice.


Half Past Midnight
by Jeff Brackett
$0.00, 338 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (182 reviews), #33 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
In 1947 the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists created the Doomsday Clock to gauge the threat of nuclear war. The closer the hands come to midnight, the more imminent the threat of nuclear war. Despite those warnings, it was practically inevitable that the hands would slip past midnight at some point.

Half Past Midnight is a post-apocalyptic thriller – the story of Leeland Dawcett and his family, in the first days and years after the Doomsday War. It’s the story of how one man learns that survival sometimes just isn’t enough, and of friends who help each other through thick and thin while facing the enemies who make life after Doomsday a living hell.

A Red Adept Select novel.


Helix Genesis: A vengeful war hero. A politician's wife. A lethal pathogen. Scores to settle. (Nathan Helix Thrillers Book 1)
by Chris Lofts
$0.00, 239 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #1 in Mystery Action Fiction
2039 Great Britain is socially fractured. The London elite enjoy a life of privilege, comfort and plenty, while those outside forage, hunt and dig for survival.

Major Nathan Helix has survived twenty years of service to his country at the cost of one brother and almost the second. Doctor Gabrielle Stepper, wife of the Chancellor and venerated scientist credited with defeating the virus, craves normality and anonymity. Her dream is shattered along with her reputation when she is accused of murdering of her lover.

Helix is assigned to investigate. Stepper’s revelations about a genetically engineered pathogen point to a spurned former colleague with a score to settle. Confronted by his own demons, Helix fights for his and Stepper’s survival in the shadow of a government conspiracy, a lust for revenge and the threat of another global catastrophe.

AUTHOR NOTE: This is the same edge-of-the-seat thriller, but with a newly designed cover.



Legends of Science Fiction: Volume 4 (THE PULP FICTION COLLECTION)
by Christopher Broschell
$0.00, 357 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #45 in Science Fiction Anthologies
Twenty-five short stories from science fiction masters including: The Shipshape Miracle by Clifford D. Simak, The Five Hells of Orion by Frederik Pohl, The Faces Outside by Bruce McAllister, I, Executioner by Ted White and Terry Carr, Venture to the Moon by Arthur C. Clarke, Arenaby Fredric Brown, The Snowbank Orbit by Fritz Leiber, Rope's End by Miriam Allen deFord, Call Him Nemesis by Donald Westlake, The Contact Point by Jack Sharkey, Egg and Ashes by Frank Herbert, The Little Red Bag by Jerry Sohl, Mystery of the Creeping Underwear by Robert Bloch, Heel by Philip Jose Farmer, Send Her Victorious by Evelyn E. Smith, Small Town by Philip K. Dick, Sweet Tooth by Robert Young, The Rag and Bone Men by Algis Budrys, The Golem by Avram Davidson, Who Dares a Bulbur Eat? by Gordon Dickson, Sodom and Gomorrah, Texas by R. A. Lafferty, The Long Way Home by Fred Saberhagen, The Stuff by Henry Slesar, Something Bright by Zenna Henderson and Cato the Martian by Howard Fast.



Bloodcrier: The Complete Two-Book Series
by Richard Denoncourt
$0.00, 835 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #148 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction eBooks

IN A WORLD WHERE THOUGHTS CAN'T BE HIDDEN, NO ONE IS SAFE.

Michael Cairne never asked to be born, especially not with a dangerous psychic ability that would manifest during puberty and turn him into a freak. Born in a military research facility, he would have grown up in a cage had his mother not sacrificed her life to smuggle him out. Now capable of dominating minds telepathically, he is also prone to “episodes” in which he becomes unstable, causing psychic harm to those around him.

The tyrant who designed his brain to be a weapon of mass destruction wants him back. Finding himself on the run from shady government agents, Michael doesn't know who to trust. The military wants to dissect him; a rag-tag group of rebels wants to train him; a beautiful girl named Arielle wants to save him; and the other outcasts in his new home – a hidden mountain community in the post-nuclear ruins of Colorado - think he's a killer who will never learn to control his dark side.

Maybe they're right. Michael is obsessed with getting revenge against the man who killed his mother - the same all-powerful dictator who has just unleashed a ruthless telepathic assassin to hunt Michael down by exploiting his greatest weakness: his love for a girl who will change him in ways he never imagined.

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New Age
by Nicolette Fuller
$0.00, 471 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #227 in Dystopian Science Fiction
It was 2065, and the world was finally at peace, countries flourished, genetic scientific breakthroughs were happening daily, mankind was finally at the cusp of stem cell enhancement research. All worldly governments had come to terms and had made peace, or so everyone had thought...
There was devastation as nuclear war broke out. Cities were destroyed; entire countries blow apart. The world population was at its lowest. Mankind's only hope for survival was to rebuild under a new government order, and so from the rubble and ashes, the walled city of Meridiana was born. Surviving scientists and government officials were able to piece together a genetic compound within the city, which kept those inside thriving, all while continuing their studies in genetic modifications. The head scientist of genetic cell research, Professor Dorian, put together a research team in charge of stem cell regeneration to create the ultimate super beings. He was allowed a group of 50 test subjects to be injected with enhanced cells... 50 children. The experiment quickly fell apart as subjects started to die off... the professor threw himself into his work with new findings that proved the experiment would be successful. He was given one last chance and was offered 20 more children. Finally, there was success. Three children had survived. First child Hokura, second child Amara, and the third child Adam. All three created with perfect genetic structure, the ultimate perfection of humanity designed to be the peacekeepers of the city.
Meanwhile, rebels started breaching the city walls bringing in mass amounts of old-world weapons to aid in the civilian uprising and free the people of Meridiana of their harsh government laws and curfews.
It's up to the peacekeepers to protect and defend the city along with the compound, but there's far more at stake when the truth is revealed and everything they've been told their entire lives has been a lie. With new found emotions unfolding before them, they uncover more secrets about their purpose than they ever imagined.

A series of love, lies, and deceit.
Where one secret ends, another begins.


Terminus State: A Post Apocalyptic Survival Thriller: Nine Meals From Anarchy
by DJ Cooper
$0.00, 242 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #2 in U.S. Horror Fiction
“Mankind is only nine meals from Anarchy.” —Alfred Henry Lewis Dani likes her big city driving job but Mal is a country boy through and through. An unlikely couple find themselves in the middle of chaos when the country goes crazy. Their small New Hampshire town is not exempt from the riots and destruction of the apocalypse surrounding them. Mal is shot... Dani must dig deep if she is to survive and save Mal. Imagine if you will, an event that will change everything. A glimpse at how quickly mankind will descend into anarchy. Take a journey of three days’ time and witness for yourself the apocalyptic slide into the darkest mankind has to offer.
Part of the Nine Meals from Anarchy Series of stand-alone tales to make you think... What if...


Deviant: Quantic Dreams Book One
by Elizabeth McLaughlin
$0.00, 200 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #3 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction
Jacob Alvaro dreams of living on the surface.
But to protect his family and the rest of his shelter, all lost to dreaming away their lives in a virtual world, he remains alone.
Jacob is the last of humanity, his sole companion, Gabriel, the shelter’s AI.
Then Gabriel begins to act strange, then angry, then deadly, and Jacob must decide, to abandon his family, shelter and humanity, or to face his fears.


Alien Race
by Ben Smart
$0.00, 16 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #144 in 30-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
A shipload of humanoid aliens crash land on earth and are assimilated into society, evoking a violent reaction among the earthlings.


The sellers of dreams
by Pablo Navarro Simarro
$0.00, 244 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
Year 2114, the Earth government has threatened Mars with deportation to take over its natural resources. Soon after, Elias Grant agrees to travel clandestinely to Earth to try to confront his neighbors on the front line. There, he encounters a society totally opposed to the utopian Martian cities. Underground cities ruled by the mind and holograms; a hostile atmosphere where only humanoid robots can live. A precious machine capable of changing the world.


The Traveler and the Incredible Beyond: The Piper Gods Volume 11
by Kevin Candela
$0.00, 93 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
Super-sorcerer Tarina of Sumer launches all-out war against the human race in a final great effort to fully subjugate the world she ruled in the long-forgotten past. Helpless in the face of an onslaught of alien monstrosities and resurrected "evil dead," the world's leaders are given an offer they can't rightly refuse--even though it chills them to their very cores: The fearsome dimension-crossing "skinwalkers" will throw in their supernatural might, but only for the right price. As waves of horror and destruction spread outward from more than two dozen "convergence spots" around the globe, only the Piper's kids and their eclectic little cluster of friends and allies appear to stand in the way of the staggering global assault force--and even then, they can't be all those places at once. Can the world even make it to 2148 for the Piper's return?


Newly Free Time Travel Kindle Books for 2021-06-09

MDF Reason: The Abraxian Wars (Earth 50,000 BC)
by David Edward
$0.00, 30 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #88 in 45-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Set before the epic events of the Earth 50,000 BC books, this thrilling and fast-moving short story conveys the start of the Abraxian conflict: a massive space war that marked the beginning of the end to civilization in the luminary and launched an epic conflict between those who survived it, and those that did not.
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Deep in space, an ancient enemy has returned. Captain Magneus, the flamboyant and brutal ship captain of the MDF Reason, races against time to stop a fleet of Abraxian warships from escaping the small moon Aegir with valuable cargo.

Alone, against a superior combat force, and fighting a ruthless enemy no one has seen for a thousand years, only the cunning and determined crew of the MDF Reason stand between life, death, and something else they are discovering might be much worse.


Plans Interrupted
by Madge Wood
$0.00, 258 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #4,291 in Time Travel Science Fiction
Have you ever been disappointed because your major plans were interrupted or have you willingly given up your plans for someone you loved? If so, have you ever wondered if it’s too late to revise past plans?Yeh, I have, too. And now here I am a sixty-something widow with only one major plan left—a trip to Monaco, a ride up the “To Catch a Thief” cliffside road , wearing a long, pink, Grace Kelly-like scarf that catches the sunlight as it flies in the wind , and a visit to Princess Grace’s Palace.My last plan. What could possibly interrupt it?You’re not going to believe it.I wouldn’t either—except I lived it.


Fragile Existence
by Steve Larson
$0.00, 46 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #181 in Time Travel Science Fiction
Jeff Phillips thought he could return to the past and fix the greatest tragedy in his life. Instead he set in motion a sequence of events that will teach him, and those close to him, just how fragile existence can be.

(Also included in the paperback collection "Fragile Existence and Other Stories" with three additional stories.)


THE HEADS OF CERBERUS (Dystopian Classic): The First Sci-Fi to use the Idea of Parallel Worlds and Alternate Time
by Gertrude Barrows Bennett
$0.00, 194 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #66 in Time Travel Science Fiction
What would you do if inhaling a mysterious dust transports you to a future totalitarian Philadelphia in 2118 AD where you are face to face with the mythical and ferocious three headed dog Cerberus? Who will succeed in killing you first – the government or the beast? Find out for yourself in this dystopian sci-fi classic!
Gertrude Barrows Bennett (1883–1948) was the first major female writer of fantasy and science fiction in the United States, publishing her stories under the pseudonym Francis Stevens. Bennett wrote a number of highly acclaimed fantasies between 1917 and 1923 and has been called "the woman who invented dark fantasy."


The Past Frontier: A Futuristic Sci-Fi Techno-Thriller
by Victor Major
$0.00, 496 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #12 in Time Travel Science Fiction
By the 24th Century, humanity has successfully harnessed cutting-edge technologies to restore the well-being of planet Earth and its life-giving ecosystems. A key moment in history has arrived, we have advanced technology that lets us jump across the vast distances of interstellar space and it is feasible to explore a planet outside our solar system.
The crew of the spaceship, Terra Nova, on their maiden voyage to the exoplanet, Galapagos-B, suffer the consequences of a mysterious incident. Lieutenant-Commander Scott Sinclair, accompanied by several advanced androids called Primes, are thrust into a unique situation where their actions can have serious implications on the future of the Earth.
Will they be able to avoid calamity or are they destined to aimlessly wander the cosmos in search of a new home?

This book is a great read if you find yourself enthralled by a science-fiction action-adventure set in the future. Scientific discoveries from the past few hundred years have enabled us to change our world and to comprehend the universe in unprecedented ways. These and future developments are the backdrop for this techno-thriller story of humankind’s first interstellar voyage.



The Second life of Anne Boleyn
by R. P. TORKINGTON
$0.00, 303 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #20 in Historical Fantasy Fiction
As far as Tudor England was concerned in 1536, Anne Boleyn was dead with all traces that she had ever existed removed from sight. But thanks to the involvement of a passing starship and an elaborate illusion she would live on into the 21st century as Anne Palmer EVA specialist.


The Complete Novels of H. G. Wells
by H. G. Wells
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1 in Classic Fiction Anthologies & Collections
The Time Machine
The Island of Dr. Moreau
The Invisible Man
The War of the Worlds
The First Men in the Moon
The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth


Timekeeper: The Dark Side of the Moon
by Renee Marie HIghsmith
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #54 in Time Travel Science Fiction
Gemini and her twin brother Josiah Hawk are living on the dark side of the moon, Josiah is a brilliant science professor who invented a time machine called the TimeKeeper. Soon after they are asked to help save America's future from a deranged billionaire who invented a deadly contagious virus known as Enigma 20. So much depends on the past or should I say the future.


Beyond the Veil (The Epimetheus Trial Book 3)
by E. A. Setser
$0.00, 808 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #2,675 in Time Travel Science Fiction

Future tech collides with sword and sorcery in this epic science fantasy thriller!



Everyone Has Their Limits

The Heniokhos Disaster has resulted in several blocks of property damage and innumerable casualties, including two of the Hybrids. Phylus is still lost in Tanelen, and the ultimatum of war is fast approaching.


But The Avatars of Fate have suffered blows of their own. Most of The Named have been eliminated. Their recruitment efforts have been stonewalled. And a critical line of communication has been severed.


The revelation of a turncoat, however, brings The Coalition's very foundation under scrutiny. This apostate breathes new life into The Avatars' operations. Though perhaps it's a life that's been present all along. The prophesied arising draws near.


Eldritch beings herald the return of one more power for the Hybrids' arsenal. Buried deep underground for millennia, it may be the last hope against The Avatars' enigmatic Goddess.


Even though it failed once before.



Traveller - Professor Green (Tales of the Chron-Arch Book 5)
by Zak Standridge
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel

One last trick from Deceit. One last visit from the Violet Stranger. One last ride for Jade and a blast of emerald energy sends Professor Green into the now.

Old friends Saber and Bro return to the front, as Professor Green takes on the unimaginable.

Even...meeting his 11th self?



Newly Free Space Opera Kindle Books for 2021-06-09

The Human Captain
by John A Hill
$0.00, 301 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #115 in Military Science Fiction
Abducted by an alien race the lone human, Captain Wolfe finds himself in command of the Tobin frigate the Hammer. There, he must command an alien ship as he fights a brutal enemy the Cael. Alone in the Crones Sector which borders the Cael Empire border he must lead his crew against the savage invaders coming into Tobin territory. Captain Wolfe not only is the Tobin’s greatest secret but their best hope in the first addition of the Human Captain.


Battleship Raider (Outlaws of the Galaxy Book 1)
by Paul Tomlinson
$0.00, 203 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #1,201 in LGBTQ+ Science Fiction

Raiders of the Lost Battlship!

The battleship Celestia crashed into the jungle near the end of the human-Gator war. It has lain untouched for decades with its technological treasures intact.

Thief and conman Quincy Randall follows an old pirate’s map and breaks into the battleship. But he quickly discovers that its defences are still active – including a relentless robot guardian that will kill to protect the Celestia from invaders.

Quincy must decide whether the treasure is worth dying for. And as he fights to escape with his life, he learns that allies can be found where you least expect them. And so can enemies.

Introducing a new science fiction hero for lovers of humour and adventure. Look out for the second book in the series A Fistful of Trouble.



Destination: Beyond Frontiers
by Raj Kumar Sharma
$0.00, 177 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #151 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
A science fiction novel taking you to the journey into the unknown world. Enjoy the ride with Joy & team and dive into the imaginations of the writer along with increasing knowledge in the area of space and science.



Newly Free First Contact Kindle Books for 2021-06-09

Outworldly
by Jai Yadav
$0.00, 67 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #4 in Children's Technology Fiction

Hans is an alien who fell upon Earth years ago, everything has been normal in his life until now. Strange stuff is happening as soon as he moved into a new apartment, will he figure out the mysteries around him or will it be too late?

The drones rushed away to their origin and the ship rushed away.
The most sickening part? Cheers. He could hear cheers and roars coming from the ship as if they had constructed a monument.

Hans is an alien, stuck on this godforsaken planet where he knows nothing. He lives in an apartment with four others but some plot is afoot. Can he find out what's wrong before it's too late?

Hundreds of brown wings sprouted from him, his foot-long oily black demonic hair standing up. His arms reached down to the floor, white as snow. He turned around as he cracked his neck. His huge brown head almost looked funny if not for the rest of his body, his torso as red as blood. His small legs were muscular like the rest of his body. Huge nails that resembled claws sprouted from his feet.
Demon.

Where was he from? What happened to his home?
Will he find answers, or will it be too late?


Coming From Heaven. Book 2
by Elena Kryuchkova
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #79 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
The Blue Planet gradually approached and increased in size. The distance between its and the aircraft decreased. Inanna heard footsteps behind her, and turning to see Aruru. Aruru's appearance was quite attractive: her golden hair contrasted sharply with bright large green eyes. Despite this, Aruru preferred modest clothes in low-key tones.
“Inanna, we'll be landing soon,” she said enthusiastically. “I am looking forward to coming to our colony!”
Aruru was an optimist by nature. The long time spent on board the spacecraft, and even in a confined space and in the same team, seemed to have no effect on her. Nevertheless, Inanna felt pretty tired. She could no longer look at the same faces. She was sick of the monotonous food, and Dumuzid had been annoying lately.
The red-haired beauty increasingly thought that the next hundred, or even two hundred years, she would have to spend on Earth, devoid of the usual benefits and comfort. Inanna inwardly wondered at the enthusiasm of her aunts. It seemed that they were already on the ship were completely absorbed in the forthcoming research. And they discussed it incessantly. Sometimes it seemed to Inanna that her aunts were simply obsessed with science.
“...There is little left...” Inanna confirmed.
She turned her gaze to Lahar and Ashnan who had appeared in the compartment. Both, like two drops of water, are similar to each other: with wheat-colored hair and gray eyes. The eldest, Ashnan, loved to decorate her hair with hairpins made of fresh flowers and ears. The youngest, Lahar, styled her blonde hair in two tufts above her ears, somewhat reminiscent of sheep's horns.
Inanna, although she had never been to the Blue Planet before, she heard a lot about its from her parents, grandfather Enki and older brother Utu. Inanna in advance formed an idea of the local inhabitants of the Earth as primitive creatures. And she assumed that they would call Ashnan the goddess of grain, and Lahar — the goddess of cattle, respectively, according to their occupation. After all, Ashnan was engaged in the study and crossing of plants, and Lahar was enthusiastically breeding new species of animals. And because of her red hair, Inanna herself will be more likely to be revered as the goddess of the dawn. Inanna did not yet know how prophetic her assumptions would turn out to be. And that the women of Mesopotamia will dye their hair with henna so that they get a reddish tint.
The Anunnaki women spoke enthusiastically about science, using various difficult to pronounce words. Inanna was terribly annoyed, especially when the irrepressible energy of the twins burst out.
“I can't wait until I finally leave this cage! And I will breathe a little fresh air...” Inanna thought irritably. However, she smiled sweetly at her aunts.
After some time, Inanna's patience was rewarded — the ‘celestial chariot’ began to descend to Earth. The landing site was on the roof of a specially built ziggurat for this purpose, located between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Nearby was the city of Uruk, and the ziggurat was surrounded by a high stone wall for security reasons. Because the townspeople often came to worship the place where the deities in heavenly chariots descend to Earth. Some lucky ones even managed to see the deities with their own eyes.
A passage opened on the surface of the golden flying disc, and a staircase rolled out smoothly. The heavenly travelers descended along it to the roof of the ziggurat.


Coming From Heaven. Book 3
by Elena Kryuchkova
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #78 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
The final part of the trilogy "Coming From Heaven".


The Bodyguard: a young adult alien romance
by Tina Proffitt
$0.00, 236 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #262 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks

Even though I’m not what you’d call a typical teenager, at sixteen, the last thing anyone wants or needs is for anything or anyone to cause them to stand out from the crowd. A bodyguard, which I do not want or need, would do just that.

Fortunately, that’s not going to be a problem for me because the crowd is gone—vanished, disappeared into thin air, leaving only me and my bodyguard behind on a deserted campus. To make matters worse, I can’t get in touch with anyone.

Finding yourself all alone is unnerving enough, but finding out the reason behind it is terrifying.



Galactic Olympics
by Euron Whiteley
$0.00, 84 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #92 in Sports Fiction
An athlete, Zeneth, from the planet Criptoid ventures to Earth in order to compete in the first Inter-Galactic Olympics (Galactic Olympics). In the year 3012 the stage is set for another planetary being to compete against the likes of a Jamaican superstar named Blackwood for the prestigious 100m title. Before Zeneth can venture to Earth he must develop a speed never before witnessed in the universe. Under the guidance of his father, a famous scientist and coach, Zeneth is convinced to face a very lethal zone called the death-zone for the key ingredients in becoming a much faster athlete.


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Johnny Mayhem - The Complete Works: The Pulp Fiction Collection
by Milton Lesser
$0.00, 277 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #17 in Science Fiction Anthologies
The complete series of Johnny Mayhem from the pages of Amazing Stories. Johnny Mayhem, a bodiless sentience. Mayhem — Johnny Marlow then — who had been chased from Earth a pariah and a criminal, who had been mortally wounded on a wild planet deep within the Sagittarian Swarm, whose life had been saved by the white magic of that planet. Mayhem, doomed now to possible immortality as a bodiless sentience, an elan, which could occupy and activate a corpse if it had been preserved properly…an elan doomed to wander eternally because it could not remain in one body for more than a month without body and elan perishing. Mayhem, who had dedicated his strange, lonely life to the services of the Galactic League because a normal life and normal social relations were not possible to him.


The Machine's Soul
by J. Wander
$0.00, 30 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #17 in 45-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Her father was an inspiration for her, he was her hero, even more when they lost their mother in the war.

He disappeared a year ago, after going on a quest, and ... they just received a letter from the government because her father was not alone on his quest.

She never stops to remember her father´s lasts words!


The Prince of the Granite Continent: Book 1 of The Ten Continents of Power a fantasy epic novel
by Simon Hector Herakles
$0.00, 150 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #127 in Dragons & Mythical Creatures Fantasy

Welcome to The Ten Continents of Power, the fantasy epic series, set on a mythical Earth, telling the tale of a growing evil, and the forces of good who try to oppose it.

In this first book, the armies of the undead prepare to bring down a dreadful tyranny, from the snowy, forest peaks, upon the people of the Granite Continent and smash the Castle of Leandronamawa.

The Granite Prince mobilises his armies and prepares to defend the lands that surround the castle from the sinister enemy.

Unbeknown to him, another part of his kingdom is intending to destabilize him further, with an incursion from the north, and all the time the distant beat of dread begins to be heard more and more, as the Necromancers of Gothemasia are rumoured to have started their evil factories, which will produce the next army of millions, who will maraud the earth.

Welcome to the Earth that contains two suns, that sit high in the sky during the day, and two moons that light the sky at night.



Mace's Gilded Forge
by Mace Taylor
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Military
77's the target, now. And there won't be second chances to complete their mission. After a trip to Siberia, 77 goes to Cairo to recruit a friar with strange powers to join a team of outcasts.


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Tequila Vikings
by J.E. Park
$0.00, 299 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (31 reviews), #2,001 in Sea Adventures Fiction (Books)
Petty Officer Doyle Murphy’s problem was not that he was prone to alcohol-fueled misadventure. It was that he tended to revel in it.

Like the Norse berserkers of old, Murphy was not above getting drunk and fighting an adversary naked on occasion. That, along with the notoriety he and his men gained during their boozy forays into Tijuana, is how he became known as one of the USS Belleau Wood’s Tequila Vikings.

When his penchant for blurring the line between fun and felony finally goes bad, Murphy lands a vulnerable subordinate at risk of spending years behind bars in a Mexican prison. Getting his man back means risking all that he has achieved: his fiancée, his career, his freedom, and even his life.

Can Murphy free his shipmate without corrupt cartel cops obliterating everything he holds dear? Or will his self-destructive impulses lay it all to waste first?


The Bridge (The Mindbridge Trilogy Book 1)
by Joe Luegers
$0.00, 232 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #105 in Science Fiction Adventure
ADVANCE READER PRAISE FOR THE BRIDGE, THE MINDBRIDGE TRILOGY BOOK 1

"...hands down one of my new favorite YA novels I have read in years."

"With the epic, brilliantly funny, and very unique story line with an unlikely duo, this book will take you on many twists and turns as the two main characters lead you on an epic quest and learn about friendship!"

"Unexpected and brilliant."

Maeryn Kacey’s fourteenth birthday didn’t go quite as planned. One minute she’s hanging out at the MotherTech headquarters, her family’s artificial intelligence company in Indianapolis, and the next she’s trapped in the body of a girl from a universe known as Gaia. This new world is in the midst of a civil war with a group of violent, teleporting Nomads, and as Maeryn dives into the history of Gaia she discovers some unsettling truths about herself and her family.

Kaija Monhegan’s fourteenth cycle day didn’t go quite as planned. One minute she’s hiding in the woods on Monhegan Island, trying to awaken her newfound telepathic powers, and the next she finds herself trapped in the body of a girl from a universe known as Earth. This new world is full of technological marvels, deceitful people, and a secret shared history with Gaia that makes it the absolute most dangerous place for Kaija to be.

Maeryn needs to survive in a place where her intellect does her little good. Kaija needs to get back to her own body before the chaos on Gaia leaves her no home to return to. They both feel scared and isolated, but Maeryn and Kaija have never really been alone.

The Bridge begins with two parallel stories, one sci/fi, one fantasy, and follows the two worlds on a gradual collision course.


Max Opposite
by Meldon Wright
$0.00, 311 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #45,346 in Science Fiction Adventure
Max Opposite

What do you do when you can’t control what you do,
When your brain behaves in mysterious ways,
When you’re only 13,
And discover your life is a lie?
What do you do,
When your search for the truth,
Plunges you into a nightmare?


“Max has got it all: action, adventure, international settings, a touch of romance and a sci-fi tilt. Great read for ages 12-112.” – A. H. (Auckland, New Zealand)


“Rachel, do you dream?”
“Of course I do. Everyone does.”
“Do you always have the same dream?”
“Ah, no, that’d be pretty weird.”
“I thought so.”
“So what’s this about, Max?”
“I have the same dream every single night. Always have, for as long as I can remember.”
“That’s definitely not normal. Even recurring dreams don’t stay forever.”


"Fast moving with a clever plot. Max kept me completely involved. Thoroughly enjoyable…waiting for the next episode." – J. G. (Sydney, Australia)

“Max makes Harry Potter look wimpy! Great characters and an absolutely fantastic story.” – P. L. (South Carolina, U.S.A.)



Max Opposite


Every morning, thirteen year old Max wakes from the same dream, scans his bedroom and waits for his memories to return. Every morning, when they do, he takes a deep breath and prepares for another day of humiliating events: Nicknamed ‘Opposite’ at school, Max is known for bizarre and inexplicable behaviour. Tired of being the fool, Max begins to question his purpose in life. What is wrong with him? Why does his mother keep secrets from him? Where does she secretly go at night?
With the help of Rachel, his only friend, Max sets out to find the answers, and is quickly drawn into a world of danger far beyond any of the problems faced at school. Soon he and Rachel find themselves at odds with one of the most ruthless and wealthy criminal masterminds the world has ever known.
In an international battle for survival, Max is forced to face the truth about himself, and soon realises that it’s not easy being thirteen and discovering that your whole life has been a lie. It’s not easy being Max Opposite.


Snow & Caramel: A Post-Apocalyptic Dystopian Thriller
by Jay Kerk
$0.00, 75 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #729 in Teen & Young Adult Science Fiction & Dystopian Romance eBooks
We stood against the big humans: the oppressors, the opponents, the enemies, the hated.

"Very smooth flow and makes you really visualize the characters and ask yourself if this can really happen in the future of humans" Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

These were all names I had learned for them, and yet were they the right names? Experience screamed yes, logic screamed no, and I grappled with morality as I grappled with slavery, unable to tell what made a man and what made a monster. Where did we fit, we oppressed?

Snow- white ice made in freezing clouds atop the world. I am Snow, and the world we live in has no place for snow, no place for me or my kind, save in labor and death. The radiation of the sun burns up the land and the bigger humans that stalk this Earth have claimed it for their own. They care nothing for us smaller folk.

Caramel - soft, silky, sweet. Little Caramel, the sweetest of sisters. I would not allow the world to burn her as it burned her namesake. I would keep her safe and golden if it cost me everything. She was the only beauty left in life.

In our reality, with force and a few coins, you had power of life and death over a creature of equal awareness and thought. How had it world come to this? How could any of us, especially those so small as we were, create cracks in which to sow the seeds of change? I did not know the answers, but when I stared across parched land, I knew that the cracks must be found, the seeds sown, or the world could never heal.


The Book Club Girl Sampler: Excerpts from New and Upcoming Books Perfect for Book Clubs, Book Club Recommendations and Resources, and Recipes from Your Favorite Authors (eBook Original)
by Book Club Girl
$0.00, 539 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #83 in Literary Short Stories

The Book Club Girl Sampler includes excerpts from the following titles:

The Shoemaker's Wife by Adriana Trigiani

The Secrets of Mary Bowser by Lois Leveen

Into the Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes

An Unmarked Grave by Charles Todd

Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter

Porch Lights by Dorothea Benton Frank

With My Body by Nikki Gemmell

Keepsake by Kristina Riggle

The Thread by Victoria Hislop

Have Mother, Will Travel by Claire and Mia Fontaine

The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern

Miss Me When I'm Gone by Emily Arsenault

Falling Together by Marisa de los Santos

The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin

The Roots of the Olive Tree by Courtney Miller Santo

Sharp by David Fitzpatrick

The Midwife of Hope River by Patricia Harman

The Mirrored World by Debra Dean

A Train in Winter by Caroline Moorehead

Lucky Bunny by Jill Dawson



Dearest Astra
by Alex R. London
$0.00, 120 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #365 in Single Authors Short Stories
Stranded on an unexplored moon while war wages high above, the crew of the G.C.S. Aristoria must fight to preserve their lives until allied forces can rescue them. Led by the wounded Captain Cassian Barringer, a band of weakened and tattered survivors struggle against nature, enemies, and even one another as they desperately search for a glimmer of hope. The quest for salvation has begun, and not all will be able to find it. Dearest Astra is a tale of hope, faith, and leadership in the nightmarish aftermath of a deadly crash landing. It is the first science fiction story written by Alex R. London, the author of the self-published epic fantasy series, The Armean Journals. Embark upon the Aristoria and follow both captain and crew as they discover the challenges awaiting them on Kryo’s moon.


Daisy's Pushkin Duel (The Blind Sleuth Mysteries Book 11)
by Nick Aaron
$0.00, 145 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #36 in Historical Mysteries

In 1949 Daisy Hayes had a patient more or less her own age, Odile Speed, with whom she had a good rapport at once, and who told her about a strange kind of duel, interrupted for many years, from a short story by Pushkin.


Then on Christmas Eve of 1952 our blind sleuth extraordinaire stumbled on the scene of a murder just being committed. She bumped into the culprit and the victim died in her arms. The police interrogated her at once. But soon it became clear that the testimony of a blind witness was bound to be worthless in a court of law, the results of the coroner’s inquest were inconclusive at best, and it seemed that the murderer, whoever he was, would get away scot-free.


It was only in 1986, during a stay in Zermatt with her old friend Beatrice, that Daisy was confronted again with this ‘cold case’. She then experienced first-hand what it is like to fight your own version of a ‘Pushkin duel’ to the bitter end.


“Nick Aaron can be a strange storyteller. No one else would devise a plot combining a short story by Pushkin, the ‘discovery’ of DNA in 1953, and a very British scandal. Did solving a murder ever involve such disparate puzzle pieces?” — The Weekly Banner


This 42k novel is a stand-alone in the Blind Sleuth series


An unusual sleuth Daisy Hayes was born in London in 1922. Her father was a bank manager, hoping for a son, but he had to settle for a blind daughter.


Now what do you do when your child is blind since birth and you have the means to do all that is necessary to help her? You hire a private tutor to stimulate her verbal development in the first years of her life, because you realize how vital language will become for her. Then you send her to an exclusive school where everything is done to develop the minds and resourcefulness of blind girls. There they teach them all these fancy techniques of spatial orientation and mind mapping. And before you know it, your darling daughter has developed an exceptional intellect that just seems to draw murder mysteries like a magnet…


In combination with this unusual sleuth, Nick Aaron enlists the techniques of the page-turner to create an enjoyable reading experience: well-written prose, clever plots, and surprising characters. Unputdownable.



Fourhaven: Paradise Gone Wrong
by Fred Witzgall
$0.00, 333 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #2,342 in Humorous Science Fiction (Books)
A dark humor sci-fi adventure. Fordy is a four-dimensional miscreant who decides to play god. He creates a paradise called Fourhaven and mysteriously kidnaps people from earth to populate it. Eight beleaguered humans struggle to survive against other-worldly threats: an all-powerful sociopath and his fanatical converts, human sacrifices and trans-dimensional demons, bizarre carnivorous wildlife and a dying world as paradise goes dreadfully wrong. Excellent rating from OnlineBookClub.


INCH: A dystopian conspiracy thriller with a massive twist
by Kenneth James Allen
$0.00, 320 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (54 reviews), #192 in Dystopian Science Fiction

A dystopian conspiracty thriller from the author of The Humanist


All he ever wanted was to be the same as everyone else, and now he had endured a dream, he had to report to the doctor.


Blaike is a citizen of Haven, a place where everybody has a purpose, clean clothes appear every morning, and secrets are buried. When Blaike reports his recurring dream to Haven psychologist Doctor Ibsen, it sets him on a path of discovery with dire consequences. Blaike has seen another place, one beyond Haven. Ibsen knows it is a place that should be forgotten.


The Circle rules over Haven, protecting the citizens from hidden truths and themselves. But some members feel like prisoners. Their leader, Commissioner Coman, has become their warden with absolute authority. Those who believe life is safe outside the walls of the city band together to spark a movement-a crusade that begins by freeing Blaike from his mental shackles.


But they get so much more than they bargained for.



The Pax Neandara: A Read-in-one-sitting tale about Neanderthals in Ancient Rome
by Jonathan Maas
$0.00, 64 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #22 in Greco-Roman Myth & Legend Fantasy eBooks
Rome, 234 AD.

Decima was born north of the Wall, but she was raised in Rome, and will do anything for her adopted homeland.
But this last request –
Couriering a red-haired boy back over the Wall, and then to his windswept island home?
And this boy—what is he exactly?
He not only has red hair, but his face holds a heaviness that belies his youth. He speaks no language that Decima has ever heard of, and worships a strange spirit named Kulkuz .
A strange spirit with whom Decima feels an even stranger connection.


/***/


A message from the editor :

“When Jonathan sent me the manuscript for the novella The Pax Neandara , I read it in one sitting. I didn't know whether I wanted to categorize it as a YA Fantasy or an adult piece of Historical Fiction - but whatever the case, it's a page-turner.
"It’s about Neanderthals in Ancient Rome, but in true Jonathan Maas fashion—the ending finds a way to explain our current world.
Though The Pax Neandara is part of a larger series— Kulkuz, Angel of the Neanderthals —it functions as a standalone tale as well, and I’ll bet you’ll read it in one sitting just like I did.”
-J. Shaw, editor
Cynical Optimist Press


For fans of: Rosemary Sutcliff, The Eagle of the 9th, Neanderthals, Alternate History, Ancient Rome, Hadrian’s Wall, Barbarians, Centurions, Science Fiction, High Concept Fantasy, Michael Crichton, The Eaters of the Dead, evolution, genetics, On the Origin of the Species, angels, Charles Darwin, George R.R. Martin, Game of Thrones, Ken Follett, The Pillars of the Earth, Historical Fiction


The Grisly Folk (A rare science fiction story by H. G. Wells)
by H. G. Wells
$0.00, 29 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #14 in Classic Fiction Anthologies & Collections
This carefully crafted ebook: "The Grisly Folk (A rare science fiction story by H. G. Wells)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional table of contents. Herbert George "H. G." Wells (1866 – 1946) was an English writer, now best known for his work in the science fiction genre. He was also a prolific writer in many other genres, including contemporary novels, history, politics and social commentary, even writing textbooks and rules for war games. Wells is one person sometimes called "The Father of Science Fiction", as are Jules Verne and Hugo Gernsback. His most notable science fiction works include The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine, The Invisible Man and The Island of Doctor Moreau.


Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: June 1989
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #248 in Science Fiction Adventure
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!


Bloodlines: Tales of The Arcanix: Vol.1
by Jael Ortiz
$0.00, 774 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #5,515 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction
The year is 2097. In the midst of a Cold War where the arms race has shifted to Mages and The Gifted, young mercenary, Terry Nomura, is thrusted into a game of life and death after the assassination of The U.S. President. He is forced to come to terms with the legend of his father’s legacy, while simultaneously trying to unite a divided world against a clandestine cult that has been secretly controlling it from the shadows. An ancient threat unveils itself, as the cult's dark prophecy comes to fruition. No life will go untouched, and no person shall ever be the same once the war has begun, for it already has.





Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: July 1995
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #742 in Science Fiction
Welcome aboard, new friends! May our journey together be long and wonderful...

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

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

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

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Content's:

•Waterworld Wetwork: There's water, water everywhere in this SF epic

•The Holo-Doctor: Robert Picardo considers the nature of this emergency

•Killer Apes, Hippos & Me: Deep in the heart of "Congo," Laura Linney braves the wild

•I'm OK, You're a Specter: Being friendly to ghosts is Bill Pullman's idea of fun

•Filmmaker Forever: Batman & Robin fight evil for director Joel Schumacher

•Commissioner's Report: Great American character actor Pat Hingle recalls life

•Cybermission: Robert Longo films William Gibson's "Johnny Mnemonic"

•Print the Legend! When Richard Dean Anderson gets heroic, he is Legend

•Life in the Twilight Zone: Veteran actor John Anderson was always a character

•Space Pilot: Grounded on "Earth 2", Antonio Sabato, Jr. talks

•Submarine Lass: On "SeaQuest", Kathy Evison is also available for romance


Fall of the StarSmasher (The Voyage of the StarSmasher Book 4)
by Aksel Erzinclioglu
$0.00, 51 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #59 in Hard Science Fiction
With an asteroid set to destroy the ship, can Kaquina protect the secrets she has guarded all her life? Can she find a way off the StarSmasher? And if rescue arrives, will it be the salvation she has longed for? This is the epic final chapter. This is the Fall of the StarSmasher!


HER TAINTED HEART: A Haley Das Series
by Geralene sukhoo
$0.00, 221 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #76 in Science Fiction
"Sometimes our greatest allies are the ones we don't know" Hades The Soulless have been stealing souls for centuries leaving the Underworld full of trapped souls unable to move on. Haley must now find away to free them. Hades is secretly guiding her but we all know the God of the Underworld does nothing without gain. What deal does she make with the devil? As Haley goes on this journey, she's accompanied by her three soulmates in this spicy reverse harem.


Consequenceless Society
by Michael J Roy
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #6 in Metaphysics
A very short historical narration on the attempt to seek value in life, told by one of the last beings to exist. The story is guided by the endless crises humans have overcome.


Power of Love, Simple way to relax and relives stress. all ages.: Relaxing bedtime and dream book. learn how to relax the mind and experience less stress.
by Darya Ahmadi
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #316 in Science Fiction Adventure
Do you have an overactive brain? Every night, before bed, you are unable to shut down your thoughts and fall asleep. One problem is that you are trying to go from 100 to 0 in a very short time and, when that does not happen, your brain starts to work overtime in frustration. You need some techniques that help reset your brain naturally, distracting it with calming, creative thoughts rather than problem-solving dilemmas.
One of the best ways to relax your overactive brain is to occupy your mind by telling, reading, or listening to a story, imagining a scene, even putting yourself into the narrative. Go where your imagination takes you and create your own storyline. No psychological roadblocks.
Where there is a dream, there is a way to achieve it. This series of books are self-help, personal growth, and an inspirational guide for young adults. There are untold stories behind every picture allowing readers to make up their own narrative and become a character in the story, creating a memorable image of meditation and self-improvement for themselves



Kansas City Volcano
by Raymond Laubert
$0.00, 409 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #93 in Christian Suspense
Allen is a world renowned volcanologist, Dennis is his trainee. Together they discover that the worlds volcanoes are possibly linked together in such a way that when one erupts it could trigger others around the world to erupt, some like Yellowstone are Super Volcanoes. They also find that Kansas City is sitting on an old caldera and is linked to Yellowstone. If Yellowstone erupted, it could mean the end of the United States and the entire northern hemisphere.

They soon discover that there are more than a few linked volcanoes. When a single volcano in Alaska starts to come alive, Allen tries to warn the government that this could be the trigger that ends the world. The Director of the Geological Survey Office, thinks Allen and his theory are farfetched and Allen is fired when he tells the world that the end is near. God warned us that fire would be next. Is this the end?


Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: November 1987
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #219 in Science Fiction Adventure
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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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


eReaderIQ

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.


BookBub

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:

https://archive.org/details/galaxymagazine?sort=-date

​They can be downloaded as mobi files for the Kindle as well as being read online.​ Used to be one of my favorite SF magazines. I almost always had one with me when I was in high school.


Overdrive

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.


Gutenberg

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

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.

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