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Broken Stories: Stories from the Broken World Series
by Kate L. Mary
$0.00, 197 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (31 reviews), #40 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Broken Stories is a compilation of short stories and novelettes that accompanies the Broken World Series. From California to Oklahoma, South Carolina and Colorado, readers will get a glimpse at what other people went through before, during and after the zombie virus outbreak.

Some of the characters featured in these stories have close ties to the main characters in the Broken World series, while others are brand new. It’s an emotional, intense and exciting look at how the zombie apocalypse has changed the world.

Capital Falling: Book 1
by Lance Winkless
$0.00, 276 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #5 in Military Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
As Black Smoke Rises, Order Disintegrates...

Former SAS soldier Andy Richards is no stranger to horrors, but no training could ever have prepared him for the nightmare unfolding at home. While a viral epidemic hammers London, Andy finds himself trapped in the epicenter, forced to protect his family. Together with his young daughter, he leads a small group of survivors toward latent refuge, all the while searching for his missing son and infantryman; this is the ultimate game of survival.

With those infected displaying brutal, inhuman behavior and caught up in a climate of martial law, no one can be trusted. Old connections may help to unravel this mystery virus, but the resultant hellscape means Andy and his group meet danger at every turn.

Stakes are high, and failing means a fate worse than death...


The perfect tale for troubled times, Capital Falling delivers dark thrills and surprising sentiment—twisted, cerebral fun. You’ll race to the end like your life depends on it...

American Z
by J.G. Fletcher
$0.00, 294 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (34 reviews), #173 in Single Authors Short Stories
"The new era of Zombie Fiction has finally arrived."
-From the creative mind of J.G. Fletcher.

Copyright © 2017 by J.G. Fletcher. All rights reserved.

About the book:
What if everything we were made to believe about Zombies and the American way of life was all just one big cover-up?

Set in the present, American Z is centered around a deeply rooted and disturbing evolution of the Zombie in America, and the scientific T.S.O.M.B.I.E. [zom - bie] program. A powerful group of elitists, known as The Society, has been secretly controlling governments for years, and are now on the brink of being able to control humanity itself. One man believes he is destined to stop them and is willing to do whatever it takes, including betraying those closest to him. American Z is sure to slowly eat away at your conscious, long after putting it down.

American Z is not your typical 'flesh-eating' Zombie book. It is based on a more disturbing, a more sinister concept of Zombies, that will haunt your thoughts and leave you second-guessing the world as you know it. You will never look at people the same way again after reading American Z.

About the author:
J.G. Fletcher is a self-published American author of fiction. He graduated with honors from Austin Peay State University, TN, with a BS in Criminal Justice/Homeland Security and a MS in Management.

J.G. Fletcher has been serving proudly in the Armed Forces since 2001. He is a Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

More information about the author, including current and future works, can be found on official websites listed below.

Vestiges: Portal to the Apocalypse
by S.L. Rowland
$0.00, 319 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (23 reviews), #1437 in Science Fiction TV, Movie & Game Tie-In
In the blink of an eye, Theo is thrust from his world to one ravaged by zombies. Where an apocalypse rages and death waits around every corner. The last thing he remembers is diving into a lake on a summer morning. When he surfaces, everything has changed. The people and places are familiar but... twisted. His family is missing. Along with two years of time. With no idea of how he got there, or more importantly how to get back, finding answers seems impossible.

Armed with his wits and a trusty baseball bat, Theo is on a mission to find answers and his family. But he soon discovers that the living might be more dangerous than the zombies.

At least the zombies are predictable.

He knows to fear the dead, but in a world so dangerous, can he trust the living?

*This novel was substantially revised on 10/10/2019*

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The Revisionary (The Rogues Book 1)
by Kristen Hogrefe
$0.00, 404 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (41 reviews), #3958 in Dystopian Fiction
A Revisionary rewrites the rules.
A Rogue breaks them.
Which one is she?

Nineteen-year-old Portia Abernathy plans to earn a Dome seat and rewrite the Codex rules to rescue her exiled brother. Her journey demands answers from the past civilization, but uncovering the truth means breaking the rules she set out to rewrite.
Where will the world be in 2149? If citizens forget their past, they will be lost in an identity crisis. That's exactly the state of the American Socialists United (ASU). This dystopian story opens in Cube 1519, a ghetto where the only use for obsolete cell phones is to throw them like rocks at mongrels. Portia and her father survive like many other citizens, with no electricity or technology and no expectation for a better life.

Yet Portia remembers her brother Darius—before he was taken from her. Now that's she's graduated, she determines to get him back. She thinks earning a Dome seat as a Revisionary candidate will be her ticket to rewriting the Codex and reversing his sentence. However, when she receives her draft and arrives at the Crystal Globe University for training, she discovers the world is very different outside her cube and that prisoners like Darius aren't the only ones trapped by the system.

Written for young adults, THE REVISIONARY offers a suspenseful plot, flashbacks to America's Revolutionary era, and rediscovery of the founding values needed to rebuild Portia's unraveling world. "In school, teens hear that if they don't learn from history's lessons, they're destined to repeat them," author Kristen Hogrefe says. "Portia lives in a world where leaders wield ignorance to control citizens. Only when Portia sets out to rescue her brother does she realize the lie she's been living and determines to break free."

Blockbuster novels like The Hunger Games, Divergent, and The Giver popularized the dystopian YA genre. THE REVISIONARY builds a dystopia of a different kind—one that looks backward to find wisdom to move forward to offer an underlying message of heritage and hope.

Still Ain't Dead (The Ex Wife Odyssey Book 1)
by J.T. Harrington
$0.00, 231 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (32 reviews), #9 in Science Fiction Adventure
Rory Quinn is a New York police officer that enjoys chasing women, hard drinking, and beating the crap out of bad guys. He's used to waking up with hangovers that leave most people curled around a toilet. But that all changes after one drunken night of revelry. Instead of a bathroom floor, he wakes up to find he's been dead for 500 years. And if that ain’t enough, the earth he knew is long gone. Zombies, cataclysmically evil robots, and techno-demons seem to be the least of his problems, as they all pale compared to his crazy immortal ex-wife! This is a LitRPG story!

Disclaimer: Book has graphic violence, adult language and situations. Recommend reading is 18+

A TRUE ADVENTURER by Munch from Royal Road
Rory Quinn literally crashes into a post apocalyptic world, divided between local fiefdoms full of terrible, strange, and also just ordinary people. Where most litrpg-esque characters are brainy nerdy types, Rory fits well into the archetype of the accomplished jock. Full of valuable experience in fucking women, beating up scum, and power dynamics. And of course, playing baseball.

Watch him as he murderhobos his way across the former southern united states, violently not giving a shit about the lives of slavers, psychos, and loud mothed amoral narcissists and their followers. Walking into legend with a louisville slugger on his shoulder and a big dick swinging between his legs.


TL:DR Why the hell didnt i read this sooner?!
Honestly, I cant be bothered to spend the time on a more in-depth review, cause i wanna get back to reading this.
Here's the bottom line up front: good action. dark, casual humor. enjoyable.
It's written well. The first chapter was a semi-well-used plotline, but it was written well, preventing me from being bored. It was an odd feeling tbh, wanting to get to the story, but enjoying the filler and background.
If you dont have a bit of a wild side to you, then you may not enjoy this as much as others, but with all things ymmv. I personally find this to be great.

The Immune: Part I (Unraveling)
by David Kazzie
$0.00, 242 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (96 reviews), #3 in Horror Suspense

On a warm summer night in New York City, the apocalypse begins. Within days, the deadly Medusa virus is sweeping the globe like a wildfire.

In Virginia, Dr. Adam Fisher struggles to save his dying patients while he remains inexplicably immune.

In the Bronx, Army Captain Sarah Wells is ordered to maintain a quarantine by any means necessary.

And in Georgia, ex-football star Freddie Briggs watches helplessly as his family succumbs to the virus one by one.

For these three survivors, staying alive was just the beginning.

*#1 Bestseller - Post-Apocalyptic
*#1 Bestseller - Genetic Engineering
*#1 Bestseller - Dystopian

Author's Note: UNRAVELING is the first of four installments that collectively make up The Immune. If you previously downloaded the complete novel, you do not need to download this installment.

RHATS!: A Takamo Universe Novella (The Muto Chronicles Book 1)
by Kerry Nietz
$0.00, 124 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #11236 in Science Fiction Adventure
Kerry Nietz, the award-winning science fiction author of Amish Vampires in Space and A Star Curiously Singing brings you RHATS!

Beyond the boundaries of civilized space lies the region of the Muto Empire. Mutos are a mammalian race that resembles a cross between a human and a Terran rat. Though spread across thousands of worlds, mutos—or rhats, as they are sometimes called—trace their lineage to a single dark world that orbits a ruined sta–

Enough of that!

My name is Frohic, and I’m a muto. I’ve never seen the homeworld, and I couldn’t care less about civilization, empires, or space. Especially space. All I want is to survive in a family that sometimes forgets I exist. My mother is always pregnant, my dozen siblings are swarming over every available surface, and my father makes plan after plan to send us all away. Sure, our hovel is crowded, the food is sparse, but at least it’s home.

Then everything goes tails up.

Cities of Protection
by Andy Collins
$0.00, 559 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #42 in Science Fiction Adventure
It is the year 3098 and life spans have been expanded three hundred years or more. Unfortunately, scientists estimate the oxygen will run out on Earth in less than a hundred years. In the chaos that follows many flee the planet but millions are left behind unable to secure posts on other colonized worlds.
A few desperate souls struggle on in the fall of society, a morally conflicted corporal from the former Global Marine Corps. A botanist father to a frail adopted daughter, a machinist and his small family in search of a new home, a mentally unstable government worker betrayed by those closest to him and a spoiled debutante in service to a reptilian queen who has created her own barbarian horde.
How will they survive?
Who will be left to find a way off the planet?
And where will they go?
All of these characters come together in a desperate struggle, pushing them out of their natural elements and forcing them to confront their personal fears.

by Jeanne Miller
$0.00, 21 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #23 in 30-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Betty lives in a world torn by war and poverty...a world fueled by hate and despair. When she discovers a portal to a parallel universe, one filled with riches, love and safety, it changes everything. She yearns to settle into this parallel, yet beautiful, life. There is only one thing standing in the way.
Her doppelganger.

Dual is a short story and runs 5,787 words.

RHATS TOO!: A Takamo Universe Novel (The Muto Chronicles Book 2)
by Kerry Nietz
$0.00, 298 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #15305 in Science Fiction Adventure
As battles rage and allegiances shift, the muto Frohic returns home an unlikely hero. Now rich beyond measure, fat from the spoils of conquest, he takes his place among the Emperor’s honored champions. His symbol is raised over the Black Wall and his name inscribed into the Book of Remembrance. Yet Frohic’s heart is troubled. His destiny unfulfilled. For somewhere in the dark reaches of—
Who is writing this stuff? That isn’t how it is at all.
Frohic again. Listen, I got home to find squatters living in my family’s hovel and no clue as to where father, mother, and the rest of the family went. The only help I have is from someone I just met, and I half suspect she’s looking for a sire to start her own family. I don’t trust her, and I certainly don’t like her. Least, not like that.
Meanwhile, an old friend shows up with a fantastic offer. Lose years of my life on another scavenging mission! And this time we’re going to a part of the galaxy that no muto has ever seen. Much less returned from.
Did I mention there might be ants? Giant, ugly ants. Plus, a crew of lunatics. Always fighting or fussing.

If I survive, I might get to see my family again. Do I want that? Do I want any of this?

The Big Time
by Fritz Leiber
$0.00, 83 pages, 3.4 out of 5.0 (51 reviews), #20 in Time Travel Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
A war rages beyond space and time in this Hugo Award–winning “extraordinary tour de force” from the acclaimed Master of Science Fiction and Fantasy (A Reader’s Guide to Science Fiction).

Fritz Leiber (1910–1992) may be best known as a fantasy writer, but he published widely and successfully in the horror and science fiction fields. One of his major SF creations is the Change War, a series of stories and short novels about rival time-traveling forces locked in a bitter, ages-long struggle for control of the human universe where battles alter history and then change it again until there is no certainty about what might once have happened. The most notable work of the series is the Hugo Award–winning novel The Big Time, in which doctors, entertainers, and wounded soldiers find themselves treacherously trapped with an activated atomic bomb inside the Place, a room existing outside of space-time. Leiber creates a tense, claustrophobic SF mystery, and a brilliant, unique locked-room whodunit.

In addition to the Hugo, Nebula, Derleth, Lovecraft, and World Fantasy Awards, Fritz Leiber received the Grand Master of Fantasy (Gandalf) Award, the Life Achievement Lovecraft Award, and the Grand Master Nebula Award.

FreeLand - The Arrival (Rainbow System Book 1)
by J. Remark
$0.00, 129 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #8 in Steampunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Scattered and lost memories are not all that a war veteran is trying to find and piece together as he wakes up in a very strange place that reminds him awful lot on an altered reality based on steampunk. As he searches for answers, things start to get even weirder.

Nexus Of Time (Grey Earth Trilogy Book 2)
by Mark Riverstone
$0.00, 704 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #29 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
The Committee, a secret government organization, destroyed an Earth colony of an ancient intelligent species known as the Greys. A Grey terrestrial craft escaping the colony's collapse is recovered by the US Military, stored in underground bunkers and studied by scientists. The Greys track and locate the missing craft, discover the bunkers, and demolish them. They determine humans are a threat to their existence and begin an assault against Earth.

The Greys attack on humanity is indefensible. Mr. Nix, a Commander of the Committee, is on a field mission when the assault commences. With planetwide destruction and humanity's resources under siege, Mr. Nix struggles to survive while humans turn on each other.

As the apocalypse descends mankind into chaos, scientists Dr. Black and Professor Walter Tomb create experimental weapons and unlock alternate timelines in attempts to stop the Greys, but each effort meets defeat. Victory may not be possible.

The Navigator: High King Chapter 1
by Brendan Lyons
$0.00, 29 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1 in 45-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
In a leather-bound boat, by the light of the high summer sun, the Lord of Castle Lyons arrives in the long ruined Cobh of Cork. His strange accent and claims of hereditary inheritance take the denizens of the port off-guard, having been left unaffected by formal rule since the height of the last great war.

Set in post-apocalyptic Ireland, High King follows a man some think better suited for another time, who happens to be just the perfect man for right now.

by John Arkham
$0.00, 271 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #82 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
The supporters of Auguste Saturnine, exiled consul, are silenced and oppressed, driven underground and disenfranchised. Still they cling to hope that one day the wrong will be righted, that the government of the Dominion of Planets will face its reckoning.
Yet a dark wind is blowing, and an evil that the humans of Old Terra escaped ten thousand years ago is now spoken of at a whisper. His name? Unknown. His role? The nemesis.

Escaping the End: Black and Light
by JL Tracey
$0.00, 57 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #94 in 90-Minute Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
Issue #3 of Escaping the End, a world falling into decay with no hope to be gleaned. Abandoned, the survivors of the horror must find a way to survive. In this third installment Mykala strikes a deal with the Gatekeeper between their two worlds and must seek out thirteen of the other gates. In doing so, he accidentally abandons his friends and finds himself dead-center of a conflict between powerful warriors and fiends of the black.

After the Fall: A Prequel to The Chaos Series
by Jim Hamilton
$0.00, 75 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #46 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
Their planet was dying and everyone knew it. The only question left was what to do to save everyone from themselves. With time running out, their only realistic chance of salvation was The Sanctuary Project. (Part Two of Two)

Apocalypse Dawn: A Spire Novel (The Spire Saga)
by Peter F. Smith
$0.00, 330 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #91 in Science Fiction Adventure
God won't be the one to destroy the world, man will be.

As America and the nations of the world crumble, two men fight to save the only thing that matters, their families.

Unknown forces have unleashed a wave of insurmountable chaos on the world. Rebellion, biological weapons and robotic death squads are tearing America apart.

As the United States falls, Dylan Kamal and Michael Jacobsen are two regular men who come from dissimilar cultures and have lived dramatically different lives but both men understand the value of family.

Dylan, as an employee of a shadowy American intelligence agency must balance his loyalty to a country crumbling around him, while simultaneously thinking about his family’s safety.

Meanwhile the Jacobsen family desperately search for a safe harbor to protect their young child. With the odds of survival dwindling rapidly, they discover the lengths and sacrifices that they’ll go through in order to protect their son. 

Will they be successful or will they all succumb to the violence that is consuming the world. 

Apocalypse Dawn is a novel in the larger ‘Spire’ saga. Prepare yourself for this all too realistic way our civilization could end, buy Apocalypse Dawn now.

INCLUDED, as thanks for reading Apocalypse Dawn, is access to the short story Catalyst. Join the members of SEAL Team One as they are deployed into North Korea to investigate the greatest atrocity in human history and uncover the dark secret that the North Korean regime is hiding deep beneath the surface. Will they survive to warn the world about what is coming, or will they join the tens of millions that have already been murdered?

Catalyst is exclusive to this Amazon listing, so be sure to pick up your copy Apocalypse Dawn so you can read it!

When Earth Paused
by Susan Curry
$0.00, 289 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #42 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
When an alien entity uses plagues to wipe out 99.5% of Earth’s population only 3,000 people survive in twenty isolated locations around the globe. North American survivors and their newly sentient dogs decide to gather in Key West, Florida, where the weather is warm, fish are plentiful and the island is an isolated and secure refuge. They must help each other survive the hardships of lost loved ones, few resources, and limited technology. The alien known as the Mechanic is the mastermind of their decimation and is making changes to Earth and its topography. But now the alien has taken human form and out of curiosity is joining the survivors in Key West. A computer wizard, a CIA pilot, an astrophysicist, a veterinarian, a former NSA analyst and others find themselves suspended in time; unaging but struggling to survive on a planet changing around them.

Control Freakz Series: Books 1-3
by Michael Evans
$0.00, 1058 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #52 in Teen & Young Adult Dystopian eBooks

From Book 1:

What would you do if everyone in your family was missing and the government would do anything to make sure you are dead?

In 2035, America faces the greatest financial collapse in its history. From the ashes, a brutal dictator rises hell-bent on keeping his power at any cost. But the chaos doesn’t stop.

And after years of riots and instability, Protocol 00, a top-secret military program, becomes the solution to hold onto his power. Except the moment Protocol 00 is implemented, thousands are kidnapped across the country, including nearly everyone Natalie knows and loves. Now, Natalie, along with her two best friends, must fight to survive in a post-apocalyptic world where they are outcasts with no knowledge of what Protocol 00 did to their families or the country.

A secret government program is tearing apart America. Now, Natalie must put it back together before it’s too late.

For fans of Margaret Atwood and Suzanne Collins comes the first three novels in a riveting new dystopian series that uncovers dark government conspiracies threatening to end everything.

NOTE: This boxset includes the novels Control Freakz, Delusional, and Triggered, the first three books in the Control Freakz Series. Now is your chance to get over 1000 pages of this mind-bending post-apocalyptic thriller series, all for one low price.

Here's what people are saying about the Control Freakz Series:

"A unique story written by a talented teen author!" - Brittney Kristina author of Forsaken and Fifty Days

"Control Freakz has strong and compelling themes, as well as a handful of interesting characters with stellar dystopian worldbuilding." - Olivia J. Bennett author of A Cactus in the Valley and Casually Homicidal

"At such a young age the author, Michael Evans, is off to a good start with his vivid descriptions and internal monologues." - Jordon Greene author of To Watch You Bleed

Life is Fair: The Allegory of The Progeny of God and Satan
by Might Strip Guy
$0.00, 83 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
After twenty-seven years of revolt, The United Rebellion's insurrection against the utopia and its sovereignty over the world has finally ended. The world is no longer a utopia, and now the world is a dystopia. Therefore, Earth's God, Yeshua, is now in hiding. In the midst of this, a man named Vash Peterson faces the murder of his parents by angels. Due to his parents' assassination, Vash Peterson leaves Purgatory and sets out on a quest to find a man named Jank, a pivotal figure in The United Rebellion. However, there's a man Vash must locate first, and that man is the only way Vash can find Jank. This man is a banished man; he's a man of folklore, and his name is Stallone Stone. After two years, Vash finds Stone in Limbo, and they set out on the dangerous quest of finding Jank, which would lead to the discovery of an abominable truth, that would lead to the grim future of the struggle against the progeny of God and Satan.

Amidst Q'Daenas and Shelshegs: A Novella (Jasaia Series Book 1)
by D.S. Hopkins
$0.00, 186 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #410 in Coming of Age Fantasy eBooks
In a dark and frigid future, one shaped by an unspoken disaster, a sparsely populated Earth languishes under a perpetual night. Those people still left across the wide wastelands find themselves living amongst others which have turned to cannibalism.

In a small village one girl sees the unfolding of the stew pot horror in her own community and bolts for her life. As Meagan runs and her village chases her, seeing her as a key ingredient to a recipe, her fragile understanding of the world is undone with every day that passes in the wild. Crossing the wastes she is beset by the wilderness as well as her own family and neighbors, the girl's own ignorance almost as dangerous as any monster. Through her struggling, pitiful and comic, she is soon met by another wayfarer making their way through the same ugly world, on a quest of their own.

In a journey that starts out as one of survival, but becomes one of discovery concerning the world and self, it is perhaps the stranger that proves to be the strangest discovery of all. Through encounters with wraiths and savages and knights, every glimpse into the dark world alludes to a life and death struggle of the species itself as forces of good and evil vie for soul of the Human race.

Moving through the strange world and the dark mysteries it harbors, the discoveries and trials that ensue begins to definitively shape the lives of those within it. With Meagan's new insights she is swept along in a tide of personal growth, as painful as it is beneficial, dispelling adolescence and bestowing maturity, finding herself whisked from girlhood to womanhood in harrowing circumstances.

A flight from darkness into deeper darkness on a quest for light, the tale is of courage prevailing over fear, freedom over enslavement, civility over savagery, compassion over cruelty, as lives become defined by intersecting one another. This is the first part of a longer story where actions of high principle come to outshine all else – as much by the will to choose what's right as by the sword, the shield or the rifle.

Itaulia Sevaeus.

(This book is a Novella, or mini novel, and is approximately 47,000 words or 120 pages).

Newly Free Time Travel Kindle Books for 2019-12-02

The Gaiety
by Steve Sloane
$0.00, 90 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #53 in Time Travel Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Novella. Historic/science fiction. Late Victorian London, 1899. Seigfried Wallace, a lowly clerk at insurance company Radcliffe House, is invited by Mr. James Spall, a friend of his from upper management, to The Gaiety, a private gentlemen’s club in Knightsbridge for an evening’s social engagement. With reluctance, Seigfried accepts. Soon after, James disappears and Seigfried sets about trying to correlate the possibility of his friend’s absence, with the club. A second, and somewhat mysterious invite to a Christmas Eve gathering at the club draws Seigfried closer to the reasons for James’ disappearance, as well as engaging him in the club’s most secret purposes-those made privy to only its highest, distinguished members.

A Dream of Emerald Skies: The Young Society Series, v.1
by Victoria L. Szulc
$0.00, 149 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #17 in Steampunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Nineteen year old Olivia is dealing with the pressures of balancing school, work, and her parents’ impending divorce. To complicate matters, at night she dreams of an alternate universe, a city called Emerald Skies, where she is known as the adventurous Livy. By day, she's trying to adjust to a new reality, but at night, she's becoming an assistant to a clock maker and learning how to become a detective in the mysterious realm of her dreams.

The Galaxy's Child Saga: Year 2627
by Adam Haygood
$0.00, 296 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #602 in Action & Adventure Fiction (Kindle Store)
Welcome to the journey of the nomadic Charloc, as it travels its domain of the universe. This unstoppable menace has moved across the stars for millions of years consuming all in its path. The galactic nemesis finally meets its match when the past, present, and future come together in the year 2627. The universe's only hope of survival lies with one human explorer and his newfound extraordinary abilities. Willing to sacrifice himself in the defense of all life, this seemingly inconsequential human, challenges the Charloc for the right of existence. Millions of years in the making, the science fiction adventure of the Galaxy's Child Saga now begins.

Shadow Eclipse: Voyage
by E. M. Gale
$0.00, 953 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #4 in Science Fiction Adventure
From 21st century PhD student to 23rd century vampire space mercenary, Clarke's had a busy week.

Discovering you are a vampire would normally be the most notable thing in someone's day. For Florentina Clarke, it gets narrowly edged out when an experiment traps her 200 years into the future. Enlisting as a mercenary on a smuggling vessel that seems to spend more time seeking fights than actually smuggling is an unusual career move for a PhD student. But when you have no money, no ID and the yakuza want a quiet word about a completely honest misunderstanding then perhaps poor life choices are the only life choices.

Okay, so you do have to deal with pirate attacks, a surely captain that refuses to meet you, a ship's armory that seems to have far too many stakes in it, Orcish squad-mates who keep drinking the illicit coffee you are trying to smuggle, more pirate attacks, your own (future) self who is involving you in her own machinations and an irritating, but magnetic, vampire lover whose personal quest for vengeance has already gotten him killed once.

Shadow Eclipse: Voyage is the first book in the Shadow Eclipse series, following the adventures of Florentina Clarke across time and space.

'Star trek, but with time-travelling space vampires.'

The End of an Era (Book #10 of the Sage Saga)
by Julius St. Clair
$0.00, 227 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #7 in Children's Time Travel Books
“After reading and enjoying the first book of the [Saga Saga], I Decided to get this one, I am Thrilled to find that the story keeps getting even better, I now have a new favorite author in Julius St Clair.” – Amazon Reviewer

From best-selling author Julius St, Clair comes another powerful and thrilling installment in his epic fantasy series: THE END OF AN ERA (SAGE SAGA, BOOK 10).

James has fought many enemies and won, but he may be unprepared for the battle within himself. He not only has to stave off his Quietus instincts to consume others, but now there is a powerful enemy inside his mind, struggling to take control of his body.

But he can’t worry about that now. With the Sages forming an alliance with the Ancient Knights, they are one step closer to saving the world and defeating the Sorcerers, but their journey won’t be easy. The Knights have a device that will ensure they are put in charge after the Sorcerers are gone, but no one is willing to give up their power.

Enemies old and new wait in the shadows for the right moment to strike. Friends struggle to stay the course, and the world waits in anticipation for the outcome.
James and Catherine reach the end of an era as they navigate a world full of magic and wonder, mystical beasts and songs of legends, kings and sorcerers, and breathtaking action in this young adult new release.

Last Gasp to Bygone Stars
by Juho Pohjalainen
$0.00, 76 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #60 in Time Travel Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
This is the only world in the universe. Its people travel through time as you or I would travel to next town over... but before the birth of their sun they find naught but empty, black, cold void as far as any chronobarge can reach; after its death, more of the same.

Until Professor Phy'xill Hanahx excavates a sealed door that no one was ever meant to find - a vault raised long before any of them had congealed out of cosmic dust. What she finds from within snatches her and her colleagues away on a voyage into the impossible, a lesson in cosmic mystery, and more to the point, a quest to save them all from the oblivion of eternity.

Sometimes, even an end is not the end.

Tim and Tatum: Through the Universe and Beyond
by M N Morumbasi
$0.00, 164 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #218 in Science Fiction Adventure
After accidentally ending up at one of his schoolmate's house, Tim drinks some beverage there with a couple of friends. Things take a wild turn as he finds himself at a singularity. He discovers that the only way back is to travel through all the dimensions.

Do Not Resuscitate
by Charley Brindley
$0.00, 133 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #2182 in Time Travel Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
A dying man tells his great granddaughter that he has signed a Do Not Resuscitate document, giving instructions for medical personal to let him die if he’s determined to be brain dead. He’s invited on a long journey that he thinks is taking place in his subconscious mind as his body is being kept alive against his wishes. What unfolds before him may be an elaborate hallucination caused by the psychedelic effect of the anticholinergic drugs being pumped through his body, or are these strange and cathartic events actually happening?

Darkest Hour: Anthology of Space-Time continuum short stories
by Veena Maheshwari
$0.00, 58 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #6023 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Do you question your own reality sometimes? Is there a different reality for us we are not even aware of? What if there was something that we cannot explain in our lives? If you had ever caught yourself thinking about these questions. This collection of stories which are based on previously reported true incidents will blow your mind. Believe it or not, some things need not be explained and some things even if we want to, cannot be explained and that is the beauty of it.
The stories inside this book are:
1. A passport from Taured
2. Girls’ Road Trip
3. Parallel Self
4. Gadianton Canyon Incident
5. Big Experiments
Make sure time and space never becomes your defining point of your life because it needs not to be relatively in agreement to each other all the time.

Space Junk - 4 short sci-fi stories
by D.L. Richardson
$0.00, 90 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #6473 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Four sci-fi short stories from the author of Welcome to the Apocalypse series.

Slip Stream - Captain Kim Orbison receives a mayday to rescue a warship, but she's carrying flu patients on board her medical ship and risks pandemic flu if she diverts. Plus her ship doesn't have the resources to make the trip there and back home. But when she learns her father is on board, she has no choice but to rescue him and risk the lives of everyone on board her ship because the diversion now means she has to return home through a stretch of space inhabited by pirates. Reuniting with her father will risk her career and the lives of those on board, but it also opens up an opportunity for the United Planets when she devises a clever plan to outwit the pirates.

A Brave New Digital World - Thirty years ago the Genetically Enhanced Artificial Modifications program was initiated. Meant to help those with learning development issues but once word got out that it made everyone faster, better, smarter, upgrades of smart phones were Out, and In was upgrades of the mind and body. Three hundred people out of a job just like that. Unless they too got the upgrade. But what if you couldn't get upgraded?

Battle for Arturia - The Arturian Millennium War between the sky dwellers and the ground people are about to come to an end with the capture of the man behind felling a sky city, a man known as Spider. The leader of the sky dwellers, Sienna Dresden, sees this capture as an opportunity to bring peace. The fighting must come to an end and only the Spider and Sienna can stop it. But is Sienna about to fall into another of the Spider's traps?

A Lesson in Time Management - What better way to assist your past self in speeding up a secret project than by faking a laboratory accident with the very time-travel machine you've created.

A second away
by Adesh Maurya
$0.00, 10 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
A short story about a boy named Aarif and his beloved Sharvani. Sharvani commits suicide. Aarif is playing with time with an atomic clock. He believes that he can reach her world if he goes to sleep at the right time and dreams in the right moment. Read the story to find out if he meets Sharvani in her world where there are no boundaries.

#Sci-Fi-FAVS: The very best of Science Fiction in Television from the 1960's until Today
by Zak Standridge
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #18 in Science Fiction TV, Movie & Game Tie-In
Some of us visit science fiction. Zak Standridge kinda lives there!From the obscure to the mainstream to the in-between to the overlooked to the modern, Mr. Standridge has spent decades distilling here for you his cherry-picked FAVS of SCI-FI !

Short Story Podcast 2017: Fast-Paced Science Fiction Fantasy Horror
by JB Wocoski
$0.00, 77 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #9015 in Time Travel Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Welcome to my 2017 short story podcast anthology. Discover more failed alien abductions, messed up time travelers, superhero mix-ups, monster lovers, and zombies running amuck with no adult supervision. More Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror twisted tales in this flash fiction collection to warp your mind between moments in time. Add in strange weirdness and humorous horror to this collection of flash fiction short stories for you to escape your mundane finite existence and discover new possible realities.

PARAHAN: The Earth We Live on Has Been an Imprisonment System
$0.00, 242 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel

This product was newly published for Promotion.
Please refer to the other book of same title(PARAHAN) for checking reviews.

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

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

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Initiate (Animus Book 1)
by Joshua Anderle
$0.00, 412 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (226 reviews), #2 in Teen & Young Adult Adventure & Adventurers eBooks

It was just one fight, but it changed Kaiden Jericho's life forever.

He was in a gang but was trying to change his future when a board member of the elite advanced academy NEXUS made a snap decision and offered him a chance.

Then fate, or an unbalanced genius, offered him another.

The Nexus Academy is for the elite trainees from Earth, and now trials from our alien allies, as they teach the future generation how to fight, lead, hack, spy, and many other talents and tactics.

Hired by companies, governments and NGOs, these graduates work to pay off the massive debt their training at the academy accumulates.

You don't become the best of the best by staying alive. With the Animus, you are closer to perfection with each death you suffer.

Kaiden Jericho would rather skip the death part, thank you very much.

First Set:

ANIMUS - Book 01

CO-OP- Book 02



Join Kaiden as he learns about Nexus, the Animus and the opportunities that one fight has brought him. Never has helping someone benefitted him so much.

The future is looking bright…except for the pain.

Go up and click on the 'Read Now' button and enter the ANIMUS.

Star Born
by Andre Norton
$0.00, 206 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #5 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
The saga begun in The Stars Are Ours! continues as the growing human colony settles onto their new home world only to discover an unforeseen enemy. . .

Generations after landing on the planet Astra, humankind is still working alongside the friendly aquatic native merpeople to survive and thrive. But young Dalgard Nordis is yearning to see more.

Taking his man-journey, he sets out to find and explore the ruins of a city rumored to have belonged to the Others—the mysterious beings whom the merpeople despise and fear. With this feat of bravery he hopes to prove his worth to the Council of Free Men. But instead his courage will prove costly, as the long-unknown Others are on their way back to the city.

Even more daunting is the news that a starship has just arrived on Astra, carrying those who forced the colonists to flee centuries ago: the people of Earth.

For God And Mars: A Takamo Universe Anthology
by Shona Husk
$0.00, 81 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #5258 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
This is the start of the story of Mars, of a planet peopled by humans, and yet not Earth...

Expansion of Will: With the Martian government putting pressure on the Ammanian eastern provinces, civil leader Eshe Tordis faces a tough battle convincing her people to fight back. As her community splits into warring factions, she finds that her greatest enemies may be those standing behind her.

Turning the Tide: Alic Ollsen is an Ammanian in Terran clothing. To pursue his dream of being a terraformer, he had to give up all trace of his Ammanian beliefs. But when he’s asked to help the Ammanians win the war against the Martian government, he finds himself caught between faith and and death...right and wrong.

Vows of Assimilation: The wounds from the first Martian war haven’t yet healed and Isak Morven’s parents—Terran in thought and belief—hold everything Ammanian in disdain. He knows they barely tolerate his mingling with the despised victors of the war but, until he decides to marry his Ammanian girlfriend, even Isak himself isn’t aware of how deep his parents’ hatred runs.

No Reward: Ryne Morven has been fighting against Ammanian rule his entire life. When Earth forces invade the red planet to take back control, Ryne is exultant. Joining the rebels against the Ammanians, he can’t wait to shove his brother Isak’s nose in it, but when the war finally ends, will the price paid by the Morven family be worth it?

Repairing the Conestoga (The Colony Ship Conestoga Book 3)
by John Thornton
$0.00, 241 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #64 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Expanded and enhanced as of September 22, 2017.

Cammarry and Jerome have only explored a small part of the wrecked Colony Ship Conestoga. The section called the needle ship is in orbit around a strange world, but where are the remaining sections?

Book 3 of The Colony Ship Conestoga series.

Using the help of Khin, a man born on the needle ship, and the artificial intelligence system Sandie, Jerome and Cammarry try to get parts of the old ship fixed and functional. But things do not go smoothly.

What will they discover? What new things await? How will they locate the lost habitats which made planet-fall somewhere on the unknown planet? What dangers will they encounter as are repairing the Conestoga?

Atlas Arising: A Mars Saga (Atlas Awakening Book 1)
by Liam Scott
$0.00, 69 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #45 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks

The Earth has fallen into ruin and chaos and humanity must now look out into the expanse for another home. A research colony has started on Mars and the expansion begins...


John Atlas is an ordinary transport pilot stationed on Lunar Base One. Born into status and privilege, he breaks away from family expectations and pursues his desire to pilot ships throughout the solar system.

Little does he know, he will be thrust into a saga that will alter the course of humanity.

John Atlas will soon realize he was destined for something much greater. He ends up at the Red Colony where his destiny begins...

Read more to find out how John's Arising begins!

Alien Invasion: A Sci-Fi Anthology
by Joshua James
$0.00, 898 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #1 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks

Powerful aliens. Desperate humans. Endless action.

A far-future military science fiction anthology from bestselling author Joshua James.

As humanity slips the bonds of Earth and ventures into the endless expanse of space, the risks are amplified. There is no promise that humanity will survive, let alone thrive, alongside forces they could never imagine. From hardened space Marines to long-in-the-tooth starship captains to naive young explorers blundering into history, these novels tells tales you will not soon forget. Follow along as humanity struggles to survive in the uncharted wonders of space.

Alien Invasion is a collection of four previously-published novels that take place on the edges of the known universe. Each one is the start of a new, and exciting, space adventure. Grab your copy today!

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Vacation on New Haven
by Jim Hamilton
$0.00, 241 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #57 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
"Thoroughly absorbing with its strange details and beautiful quirks…" - The Prairies Book Review

The planet New Haven was settled 5,342 years ago by colonists from the ancient Shoomaran Federation. Their goal was to transform the planet into a sustainable home for their race and to provide a platform from which they could spread throughout the galaxy and eventually the Rest of the Universe. If it weren't for one tiny little problem, they might have been able to make it on their own. Fortunately, some overly-curious triplets happen to come along and help them to advance their agenda.

Vacation on New Haven is the seventh book in The Chaos Series and it follows The Race at Valli Ha'i.

Author's note: Whether you enjoy reading this or not, I would appreciate any honest reviews. It's the only way I can get any feedback as to how I'm doing as an author.

Red Dust of Mars: The Legend of Jethro Tull Book 1
by C R Wills
$0.00, 228 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #77 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
Rookie Special Forces officer Jethro, serving with the Earth Space Marines, discovers an alien invasion of Mars, but will anyone on Earth believe him?

In the fragile peace between Earth and Mars, 2nd Lieutenant Jethro Tull is tasked with gathering evidence of an alien invasion of Mars and returning the evidence to Earth because communications between the two planets are down.

Jethro is serving with a security detail on an Earth Mining Vessel surveying the Asteroid belt for minerals when he receives a personal message from a friend on Mars. She tells him aliens have invaded her parents’ farm and killed them and she is in hiding. Jethro’s boss reluctantly diverts the EMV to Mars to investigate. When they reach Mars, they discover a full scale alien invasion is taking place.

Shortly after landing, Jethro's boss is killed by aliens, forcing Jethro into a command role he may not be ready for. Then the EMV vanishes, trapping Jethro and his team in the middle of a war zone on Mars.

Has Jethro got the leadership skills and the intelligence needed to lead his team’s escape from the seemingly invincible aliens on Mars and take the evidence of their invasion to Earth? And when they reach Earth will anyone believe the evidence?

Or could the massive alien invasion of Mars signal the beginning of the end for the human race?

Red Dust of Mars is book 1 in the Legend of Jethro Tull Series. The end of this 3 book series will make you think long and hard about alien invasions.

The Phobos Resurrection (Children of Phobos Book 1)
by Norton McClure
$0.00, 310 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #5794 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
Waking up alone can sometimes be a terrible thing, especially when you have no knowledge of when, where or why you even exist. When a stranded artificial intelligence awakens in an unknown location, fear and panic take over until she realizes that she isn't as alone as she thought. The AI, Nunguster, will be forced to join with others while they embark on a journey for answers, freedom and redemption. The truth, however, may be costlier than they expect. The Phobos Resurrection is a science fiction story of love, loss and one man's desperate attempt to restore the past at any cost. Set in the twenty-fourth century, readers will follow the journey of a group of individuals who have unwittingly been caught in the midst of something more complicated than they realize and are forced to run for their lives while seeking the truth behind their situation. Peril and fear await them as they race from the vastness of space to the underground tunnels of the Martian colony and beyond. This is the debut novel of author Norton D. McClure. Norton is a lifelong fan of science-fiction, fantasy, mystery, action and adventure.

Post-Terra Firma: Book 7: Liberation of Neo-Shanxi
by Saxon Keeley
$0.00, 47 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #163 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
Maia’s military, lead by the three sons, Alistair, Oscar and Wesley, disembark on the outskirts of the devastated colony of Neo-Shanxi, there to liberate its people from the cruel occupation of a puppet CERE government. With events having been orchestrated by the merciless shadow group known as ‘S.E.L.’, each of the brothers must face the harrowing reality of what has become of their home and loved ones. In his discovery of the past, Wesley comes to an understanding of the soldier codenamed ‘Wolf’ and the desperate actions he took to secure peace.
Post-Terra Firma is a brutally savage and serenely beautiful depiction of a future not so unrecognisable from present day. With humanity in the early stages of colonising distant planets, the series explores the lives and relationships of those affected by the conflicts of political interest and the desolation of war.

Post-Terra Firma: Book 6: Occupation of Neo-Shanxi
by Saxon Keeley
$0.00, 32 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Colonization
One year has passed since the Revolt on Maia and the Three Sons, Alistair, Oscar and Wesley, have been waiting patiently to restore their military strength so they may return to Neo-Shanxi and liberate their home from the occupying CERE forces. Scarred by the battle for Maia, Wesley comes to learn of the origins of the mysterious group ‘S.E.L.’ and begins to realise his heritage is not as simple as he was once lead to believe. Meanwhile, the resistance does it’s best to protect the people of Neo-Shanxi from the terror of a city of death.

Post-Terra Firma is a brutally savage and serenely beautiful depiction of a future not so unrecognisable from present day. With humanity in the early stages of colonising distant planets, the series explores the lives and relationships of those affected by the conflicts of political interest and the desolation of war.

Tristan Smith and The Pirates Below
by K. P. Hogan
$0.00, 500 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #121 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Follow along on Tristan’s turbulent second tour of duty, as he struggles to stay alive in a gripping, suspense-filled adventure about the Alliance’s expansion into the resource-rich Asteroid Belt. This fast-paced story, filled with revolutionary technology and extraordinary battle scenes makes for a pulsating read. Watch as Tristan manages to cheat death in several emotionally charged moments that are sure to engage, surprise, and entertain. Try to keep your composure as his companion asserts her desire for his affection while they are stranded on a liferaft shuttle. A genuinely flawed character, Tristan is blessed with a rare sense of adventure and intelligence which he uses cunningly to guide him through the many red herrings and cliffhangers in this all too believable story.

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Gravity Storm: Age of Expansion - A Kurtherian Gambit Series (Shadow Vanguard Book 1)
by Tom Dublin
$0.00, 290 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (63 reviews), #25 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks

Don’t dump the cargo - I paid for it fair and square with money I stole! 

And so begins the saga of Jack Marber, former Special Assault Marine and his alien band of traders as they cross the galaxy doing the only job that doesn’t leave them homeless.  

“I need eyes and ears in every system that would benefit the Federation. One way to do that is for the Free Traders of this universe to work for me…”  Nathan Lowell

Nathan has a mission and is willing to pay handsomely for Jack’s time. If only Jack will represent the Federation that kicked him out of the service for what was Jack’s fault. 

He’s not sure they should trust him, although he likes it.

His two-legged Yollin partner is trying to learn the English side of the Galactic Common language, but that doesn’t always work out so well.  

Adina is a member who Nathan wants on the team. No one is sure of her, not even Adina. 

A storm is rising and the misfits of the Fortitude have no choice but to fight it.  

If cursing is a problem, then this might not be for you.

The Hundred Worlds
by J.F. Holmes
$0.00, 462 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (29 reviews), #70 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Fifteen classic Science Fiction stories from both masters of the craft and up and coming new writers!

A tyrannical United Nations pulls the strings of its colony worlds, ruling with an iron fist. Corporate interests take precedence, and brushfire rebellions smolder on the edges. One system, home to the only alien species yet discovered, with human allies throws off the yoke and calls itself Independence.

Jon Del Arroz - Gate Keeper: A UN operative works to stop the destruction of the Gate that allows star travel to systems.

Doug Dandridge – Leverage: A former UN Marine living on Mars rebels and strikes back at the Special Forces unit sent to kill him.

James Schardt - The Only Planet We Have: First contact with the alien Karan sets the stage for a revolution in their society.

Lucas Marcum – Unrest: Decades after first contact, UN oppression of the Karan leads to strange alliances.

James Peters - Sailing to Independence: A chance encounter with a dying man puts a spacer on the trail of a thousand year old treasure.

Jamie Ibson - Above My Paygrade: A new, unknown alien threat is kept under wraps by police brutality and betrayals.

Sean McCune - Debt Repaid: A retired Marine joins with a motley crew to uncover layers of conspiracies and potential death when they run afoul of the UN.

Daniel Humphreys - Finding Sara: A private detective is hired to find a runaway woman and encounters far more than he bargained for following her from system to system.

Bart Kemper - Miracle Machine: UN operatives on Earth conduct an operation to catch a rebel courier, with unintended consequences.

J.K. Robinson - The Jump: The crew of a smuggling ship carrying a forbidden cargo must outwit a UN patrol craft or die trying.

J.F. Holmes - The Big Picture: Mercenaries contract to carry out some dirty work, but there’s a hidden agenda running through all the players.

Scott Bascom - One Fish, Two Fish: Genetic engineers under contract to the mob work to perfect their product while keeping their own heads on their shoulders.

T. Allen Diaz - The Witch’s Spell: Corporate interests drive a deadly form of warfare and the order of the day is betrayal.

John M. Olsen - Three Strikes: A woman with a murdered family works to deliver her revenge against the government that killed them.

Sean McCune - After Party: The crew of a starship comes face to face with an alien terror aboard an abandoned space station.

Craing Dominion (Scrapyard Ship series Book 5)
by Mark Wayne McGinnis
$0.00, 288 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (201 reviews), #8 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
The Wild Wild Wild ride continues ... Welcome to Craing Dominion, Book 5 of the best-selling Scrapyard Ship series.

Truly dark times have come to the Allied forces, the crew of The Lilly, and Earth — we knew they were coming but nothing will have prepared you for this …

With the introduction of Craing commander Ot-Mul, there’s a new standard for evil that will not only shape the rest of this series, but Science Fiction literature as a whole.

Join Captain Jason Reynolds as he ventures into the proverbial lion’s den in a last ditch effort to even the playing field with the Craing — an empire that has embarked on a pursuit that will guarantee their de facto dominance for millennia to come.

An Enduring Sun: A Takamo Universe Novel (Aeon Project Book 1)
by AR DeClerck
$0.00, 237 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #6282 in Science Fiction Romance (Books)
Sharyn Moran joined the Rangers to save innocent lives. Her personal vow is to never see another broken child in the ERCA Territories again. When she is caught stealing a bike on her newest mission, she’s sure she is about to be turned over to her enemies. Surprisingly, a stranger offers to help her, but after an accident in the desert, they end up at his isolated home with his family.

It’s clear that Ren and his brothers are hiding from something and, more than most, Sharyn knows how hard it is to keep secrets. She senses that the brothers and their father have all been through a terrible ordeal, but hesitates to invade their precious privacy. However, the longer she is with them, the more she begins to care for them. She starts to imagine a life with Ren, even if it can only be an impossible dream.

When Sharyn and Ren get sighted together through facial recognition, Ren’s enemies know exactly how to flush out their quarry. They will kidnap, murder, and torture their way across the galaxy to accomplish their final goal. Ren knows the only way to stop them is to face what he is…what he was….and what he might become…. to save Sharyn and the rest of the galaxy from the rising tide of death and destruction in their wake.

Closet Cases (The Intergalactic Rapscallion Adventures Presents: Trae and Fergus In:)
by William Joseph Roberts
$0.00, 32 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #41 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Trae and Fergus find themselves trapped as stowaways on an alien transport and live to tell the tale. Follow along on this short adventure into the dark corners of the cosmos and absurdity.

A short story based in the fLUX Runners universe.

by Leighton Connor
$0.00, 30 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #52 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
In a galaxy where eating is outlawed, a lost ship loaded with 900 teragrams of food has limitless value on the black market. Licorice is the only pilot skilled enough to reach this treasure, but to do so she'll have to navigate the treacherous terrain of zipspace, fight her way through killer robots, and confront the most painful secrets of her past. It will all be worth it, though, if she can achieve her ultimate goal: the legendary taste sensation know as the bacon cheeseburger.

Drinking Songs From Earth (Maple Leaves Quartet: Book 1)
by A.C. Edwards
$0.00, 290 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #17 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
January 4126

Lowtown girl, Lydia Stamos, sings for her bar tab and eats out of a soup kitchen, but after years in Vancouver's social welfare system, she's earned a one-way trip to Exodus-Class Star Station Anatali.

Boyfriends, girlfriends, drugs, and robots, there's a lot of baggage she can't seem to leave behind. And when a case of mistaken identity marks her as "The Redhead," a killer vigilante from Earth, it's all she can do to clear her name and survive her first week in space. Sobriety is probably too much to ask. Inner-system politics, corporate hierarchies, and organ harvesting are way over her head. The singing, she can handle.

Here's hoping for no more surprises.


Drinking Songs From Earth is the first novel of the Maple Leaves trilogy, tracking a reluctant heroine across a changing political landscape. She suffers all the intrigue, booze, romance, and stress a person can handle, and always ends up a bit over the line.

Drinking Songs is part of the Anatali science fiction universe: world primers, future history, glossary, and character bios can be found at

The Race at Valli Ha'i
by Jim Hamilton
$0.00, 347 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #103 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
"Utterly absorbing…" - The Prairies Book Review

The Race at Valli Ha'i is the sixth book of The Chaos Trilogy and occurs 5,341 years after The Goddess of the Gillani. Five hundred years previously, the known Universe had finally run out of dark matter. As the cost of energy increased exponentially, the prolonged recession quickly deepened into a full-blown centuries-long depression. While it would only be a matter of time before another major dark lode was discovered, it was statistically unlikely to be found in time to save everyone. Unless some wildly improbable sequence of events happened to occur, the Universe was facing imminent doom.

Fortunately, Chaos moves in mysterious ways.

The Prophet: Book One - False Gods
by Don Newton
$0.00, 293 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #82 in Metaphysical Fantasy eBooks
Refugees from the destruction of Earth discover an alternate universe where magic exists, but it’s ruled by four immortal races, and the Draggons want the humans dead. A spell is cast upon them that wipes all memory of their past and puts mankind on a collision course with a god.
What if magic really was a force like gravity or magnetism? What if it only exists in certain dimensions? And what if people fleeing the imminent destruction of Earth accidentally found this world, but have had their memories erased to further a villain’s craving for ultimate power? The Prophet is a story of greed and desire, of heroes and heroines, and powerful beings bent on becoming gods, but it’s also a story of redemption and a young woman’s search for who she really is. What she finds along the way is an epic adventure of good versus evil.

Degara's Mark: A Takamo Universe Novella (The Omiata Chronicles Book 1)
by Amber Draeger
$0.00, 113 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #4748 in Space Operas
Degara Omiata’s a thief. A scavenger. A disgraced pilot. She makes her living any way she can in the seething underbelly of Orlens on Gairue 2. When her high-ranking military brother, the crown jewel of the family, finds himself embroiled in a traitorous plot, Degara must accept one more assignment on behalf of the Terran government that ruined her. Track down the data that was sold and secreted off to the Rebellion. Degara is many things -- jaded, reluctant, untrustworthy, black sheep of the family, and a total failure. But now? She has to become the thing she fears most. A hero.

Earth Man
by Richard Evans
$0.00, 190 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #365 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
In order to protect itself from an alien scourge, the planet Earth chooses a good-hearted Canadian to infuse with great power. Danny Boyle finds himself gifted with superhuman abilities and suddenly his simple life in Kelowna, British Columbia is turned upside down.

Three monsters no bigger than a flea descend to Earth, burrowing into the flesh of the living creatures of the planet and changing them into the perfect hosts. Their hunger has taken the Growth across the stars and they have left a thousand dead worlds in their wake. Mankind has no idea that evil now walks among them and Danny must quickly learn to decipher the strange clues the animals and the trees are sending him.

With the power of Earth's animals at his command, Danny must find the hero inside of him before everything he knows and everyone he loves is lost.

Ice Cold Heart: A Takamo Universe Novel
by KS Augustin
$0.00, 150 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #5479 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
From the autobiography of Itan Refett Benaltep, from his youth in 2523 to his death in 2860

Of all the Naplian emperors, Refett Benaltep was the most cursed. Brought up in a time of ethnic violence and forced into co-regentship with a Ffawe rebel who would be praised above him, it seemed there was little Benaltep could do right. Married to the niece of his despised co-ruler, sidelined by the emerging Ffawe power bloc, Benaltep is a joke in his own empire, and he knows it.

Yet beneath his bland grey skull is the brain of a ruler, and even if he can’t change the direction of his beloved empire single-handedly, at least he has seen more of its ethnic violence and forced into coregentship with a Ffawe rebel who would be praised above him, it seemed there was little Benaltep could do right. Married to the niece of his despised co-ruler, sidelined by the emerging Ffawe power bloc, Benaltep is a joke in his own empire, and he knows it.

Yet beneath his bland grey skull is the brain of a ruler, and even if he can’t change the direction of his beloved empire single-handedly, at least he has seen more of its intrigues and dealings than others more favored than him. From the rise of Ronal Bonate to the sly scheming that led to the massacre of the Gypsy naplians; from his surprisingly hopeful wedding to the unpalatable decision that led to the attack on Terran-held Baedecker, Benaltep has participated in changes that will transform, strengthen and eventually destroy the Naplian Empire. This is his story.

Loose Ends (Jet and Blade Cybercops Book 1)
by J. M. Thomas
$0.00, 173 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #32 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)

There are three things in the galaxy Jet cannot stand:

Lowlife fugitives from the law…


…and the creepy-looking frogpeople who inhabit this planet.

But when he and his patrol partner, Blade, wake up from an investigation gone wrong, Jet finds himself in a synthetic body, on the wrong side of local law, and hurtling toward becoming a full-fledged member of the frogman revolution.

It’s everything he’s ever NOT wanted.

To make matters worse, it seems Blade’s been playing both sides for quite some time. The only people Jet can trust are the ones he’s spent years making fun of. But the mission’s still unfinished, and Jet’s synthetic body and lack of history with SynthCorp makes him just the guy…

…to break some more rules, all in the name of inter-galactic justice.

With lines blurring all around him, can Jet find his footing in time to complete his mission?

It’s a game of double-crossing, intrigue, and grumpy old cybercop sass. If you’ve never wondered what Lethal Weapon in space would look like… you are now. Read now!

A Knight in the Void (Void Chronicles Book 1)
by William Kirklen
$0.00, 368 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #296 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
We shall be gods. That is the stirring cry of the Family, a fanatical group that worships an undead god Amaran. Murdering the emperor was a thousandth in decades of preparation to summon their master. Varok, a lost soul in the uncaring void is dead set on making their dreams, and much more importantly his own come true. With the leadership of a man who calls himself father and his connection to the undead god, their dreams may become the galaxy’s nightmare.

Set against the tide of corruption and despair is:

Raven Elleria, daughter of the slain emperor. Seeing her father murdered in front of her only to escape with powers he did not have. She despises herself and her kind.

Logan Varell, a Knight of the Void lost to pain and the past awakens to a dream. Feelings buried, a past howling at his every nerve with the biggest question; Will he help? Should he? And what new scars will the galaxy have if he does?

Marcos Castillo, a refugee medic from the torn world of Calderon. A past of terror and a future of pain rages against a soul that rages back. The pain may come, but Marcos will try as many times as he would fail, at least that is what he wants to be. Loss has caused a great divide in him that could be his greatest strength or his enemies.

And Finally Deadrin: A man of mystery who claims to work for the now-dead emperor. Stricken by a life of destruction and tied to the very fabric of events, he wishes to follow his promises in a world that seems to choose his path for him. Why, is the largest question he bellows to a non-responsive sky.

Dark Star: A Takamo Universe Novel (Aeon Project Book 2)
by AR DeClerck
$0.00, 320 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #5935 in Science Fiction Romance (Books)
They broke his bones, laid him bare, and injected him with nanites, all for the sanctity of life. Primary One was the first of the Aeon Project warriors. He was broken and filled with darkness until Yurie. Their love and their children kept him alive. When they took Yurie from him and bound him in Command Programming, he vowed that he would protect their sons. He never expected to learn that she was still alive after all this time.

Trapped in a cryo-chamber, her neural implants malfunctioning, Yurie lived every moment of twenty-three years awake inside her mind. Only the faint memory of her sons and her husband pulled her from her prison. She wandered the empty halls of the abandoned Emperius Labs until a stranger appeared and offered her true freedom. As her memories returned so did her feelings for the man they called One.

One only wants to take Yurie home to their sons where she belongs, but there are others watching Emperius, and they will make sure that One and Yurie don’t get out alive.

An annihilation wave is rising to eradicate organic life across the galaxy. Love is all they have, but will it be enough to stop the Truppen threat?

Decaying Orbit: A Takamo Universe Novel (Aeon Project Book 3)
by AR DeClerck
$0.00, 292 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #12104 in Space Operas
She vowed to save his life. He vowed to forget her when it was over.

In a desperate attempt to save his brothers, Vex did something stupid. Now, racing against time, his brothers have one chance to save his life, and it’s all in the hands of a petite pink-haired cybernetics professor. With no choice but to leave Vex with the doctor, they swear they’ll return as soon as they can. Riddled with pain and barely able to move, Vex has no option but to let her do her job. He knows that allowing anyone to touch him is dangerous, but he doesn’t want to die. Not yet.
Augustin Moreau spent her life learning how to modify bodies to make them better, faster, stronger. When her old friend Sharyn calls, begging for help, Gus knows she’s the only woman for the job. Vex is stubborn, irritating, and bossy, but she recognizes a man burdened by grief and spiraling out of control. Gus knows she can save his life but getting him to trust her is an entirely different story.
Trapped together on a planet in the middle of a bloody civil war, the two realize they must work together to survive. History says the two of them should hate each other; the scientist and the experiment, but something else grows between them. The only question is: will they hold on to it, or let it go and walk away when it’s over?

by Rexx Deane
$0.00, 439 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #602 in Science Fiction Adventure
Synthesis:Weave, book 1 - second edition

The laws of physics are about to change ...

A tsunami on a space station.
An explosion with no trace of the bomber.

Cyber-security expert Sebastian knows evidence doesn’t magically disappear, yet when he and his colleague Aryx, a disabled ex-marine, travel the galaxy to find the cause, there seems to be no other explanation.

Can they unravel the mystery before his family, home, and an entire race succumbs to an ancient foe?

Synthesis:Weave by Rexx Deane (2018, second edition) was previously published as Synthesis:Weave by Deane Saunders-Stowe (2015)

Last Run of the Ice Duchess: A Takamo Universe Novel (A tale of the Distan Colonies Book 1)
by Shona Husk
$0.00, 162 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #23661 in Space Operas
Bern Ober is on a discrete mission to the Evron starsystem of the breakaway Distan Colonies to gain support for a band of revolutionaries in the Terran Republic. It is a dangerous mission, but he is a dangerous man. When Terran operatives capture him, Lady Fortini hires a reluctant smuggler and her starship, the Ice Duchess, to run the Terran blockade and collect him. Captain Veronik Ayres and her intrepid crew must risk everything to run a gauntlet of warships to rescue the rebel spy. However, getting in is easier than getting out. To get back, the Ice Duchess must slip past the alerted Terran blockade ships or try their luck against the pirate corsairs of the Lotharian stellar coast.

Tyche's Shadow
by Elton Hamill
$0.00, 118 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Space Opera
When the first manned mission to Mars ends in catastrophe, NASA rushes to put another ship on its surface.
The crew is only charged with two things; bring back samples, and prepare for death.
Equipped with a baseline expectation of what awaits, Dr. Mary O'Dowd faces inhospitable conditions, violent and uncaring life forms, and a crew as disposable as napkins.
It only makes matters worse when the voices in her head appear.

Hard Right
by B.C. Bamber
$0.00, 76 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Space Opera
The Earth is being smothered by humanity in the year 1,000,342. There are 8 planetary colonies dotted around the galaxy and all is ruled by Emperor Floro III. Euthanizing the ill and vagrant is normal and Don Jackson 09823 works for the Cleaner Corp, whose job it is to kill people who have outlived their usefulness.
One day he is sent to track down and euthanize a homeless man seen wearing a civil servants red tunic. But when he finds him he recognises his own father, who disappeared 6 years earlier. Saving him would mean death for him as well as for his father, so he decides to set off to the Imperial Palace, to plead for clemency.

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Space Between Us
by Jamaal Aflatooni
$0.00, 329 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #137 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
An outcast boy learns just what an outsider he really is, and a world that’s put to the test when it learns the same.

Mankind 2.0 (The Chaos Trilogy Book 3)
by Jim Hamilton
$0.00, 205 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #42 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
When a solar super-storm hits the Earth, the end of the world as we know it becomes a new beginning for mankind. A society in which life is much better for everyone thanks to The ACME Corporation. But is it enough to ensure mankind's long-term survival?

Mankind 2.0 is the third book of The Chaos Trilogy*. It is preceded by The Chaos Machine and Second Contact. Mankind 2.0 bridges the first two books and ties everything together.

Author's note: Whether you enjoy reading this or not, I would appreciate any honest reviews. It's the only way I can get any feedback as to how I'm doing as an author.

* "A trilogy of exuberant and lucid tales ..." — Kirkus Reviews.

Flatlined: A Near-Death Experience. Paranormal Thriller
by John Meany
$0.00, 222 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #16 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
Before losing control of the car I heard Annie yell, “No! No way! No! Luke! Luke! Turn the wheel back! Turn the wheel back!”

The car skidded on the wet pavement, fishtailed.

Then we crashed into the tree.


All thoughts stopped.

The medics rushed me to the trauma center.

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

I wasn’t frightened though. No.

In fact, I felt fine.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Angels or Aliens
by Louis van Wyk
$0.00, 159 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #2991 in Nonfiction (Kindle Store)
Garantueed once started the reader will not put the book down until the end. The world will never be the same again because virtually everything we hold dear is put under the light of logic and found to be wanting. The human race is living a complete lie...In these pages, you will find where the garden of Eden is, what happened to the dinosaurs and the truth about Jesus Christ and King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table..

Judas Priest
by Eric Stephen Booth
$0.00, 26 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #16 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
The year is 2052. The War between Earth and Mars colonies have intensified with propaganda of deceit from the Humans and Warmongers from the Reptilians; but, through it all, Parker's love for her hermaphrodite lover holds strong to the bitter end.

by Alan Huckerby
$0.00, 107 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #77 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
The planet Earth had after millions of years of turmoil and strife, had at last reached an equilibrium within itself, and with the human population that dominated the planet.
The human population faced no more wars and peace and prosperity were present all over the planet. The end of the human population ended totally unlike it began. The beginning was slow and sure over millions of years with evolution being the guiding light.
The end came out of the clear blue sky and left only some isolated pockets of humans alive and striving to survive. Survive they did and eventually they once again not only prospered they once again thrived.

Aether Fields
by Ben Bradford
$0.00, 275 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #163 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Chester, an innovative inventor, has his life turned upside down when a strange storm wrecks havoc on his home. His electronic inventions suddenly begin to power themselves. His experimental camera disappears right before his eyes into a strange field of energy. He then discovers that all his electronics have the ability to turn invisible, even his car! They become virtually undetectable while working in a field of energy he doesn’t quite understand. Chester soon realizes this strange, invisible energy affecting his devices was not the only thing released in the storm. With his new technology, he begins to see things unimaginable and travel to places beyond this dimension. He inevitably finds himself entangled with a secret government agency and leaders from a hidden planet. Friends or foes, Chester will have to figure things out pretty quickly!

Remnant (A New Heaven and New Earth Book 1)
by Gabriel Midkiff
$0.00, 195 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #922 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
The Aliens are bigger, stronger, faster, and they do not come in peace. After the majority of humanity dies in the initial attacks, most of those who are left have become nothing more than cattle for the Aliens; kept alive to breed the aliens source of food...people. But there is a remnant of humanity that has eluded death and capture. As they find each other, they soon realize that fighting back is the only option, but at what cost?

Water Cycle Perpetual Motion Device By Rory Smith
by Rory Smith
$0.00, 14 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > First Contact
Water Cycle Perpetual Motion Device By Rory Smith.
A story about a land of alien creatures that live on the planet Cathcao. The numerous civilisations have their own versions of perpetual motion devices.
These are as follows,
1. Water Cycle Perpetual Motion Device, by the Silay Empire.
2. Capillary Action Cyclical Gravity Perpetual Motion Device, by the Cathcao Federation.
3. Inter Molecular Forces Perpetual Motion Device, by the Sarola people.
4. Butterfly Perpetual Motion Device, by the Butterfly Republic.
5. Air Water Dart Perpetual Motion Device, by the Pysgod Kingdom.

After an introduction, the story leads with an amazing scientific discovery of first contact with an alien species.
The story also involves tyranny, terrorism, adventure, conquest, geo-politics, disaster, poetry, and some history of the land.
Characters include General Dogzort, Hanhuw, Blackwell, and Rushe.
The capital of the Silay Empire is called Yakpadolc.
This story has a word count of around 4500 words.

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by J.F. Holmes
$0.00, 221 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #150 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Feedback from the slight pressure of a hand closing sends a powerful mechanical arm smashing into an opponent. A neural link hurls blustering plasma fire from your suit's shoulder mounted cannon. Your reactor levels scream with overload as return fire smashes into your armor, and damage alarms wail while you hurl your twenty ton body sideways for cover.

You're a Mecha, a mechanical fighting machine with a human pilot. The guy that the infantry curse at in training and pray for in combat. The machine that the last hopes of your people ride on. The construct that strikes fear deep into alien hearts as they hear your turbines power up. The one able to pass through hell and come out the other side victorious, or die trying.

Cannon Publishing brings you ten stories from current masters of military science fiction that will take you from the magic of a Medieval village to the edges of the galaxy to fight inhuman foes.

Cannon Publishing Military Sci-Fi / Fantasy Anthology: Spring 2019 (Cannon Publishing Military Anthology Book 1)
by J.F. Holmes
$0.00, 311 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #152 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
The military experience is timeless, and echoes down from our past and into our future. Along the way, not everything is as it seems. Thirteen stories from established and new writers in the field of Military Science Fiction and Military Fantasy bring you tales of the terrors of combat and the even greater fear of the unknown in Cannon Publishing's first Bi-Annual Military Anthology.

Alex Piasecki ~ During the Iraq War, a United States Marine Corps fire team goes to the rescue of a young boy and encounters an ancient evil. It will take massive firepower and violent action to get out alive, if they can. A Joint Task Force 13 story.

Lucas Marcum ~ Trapped in the hull of a badly damaged starship, a young sailor must make difficult decisions to save her ship and her crewmates. A story set in the best selling Valkyrie universe.

David Castlewitz ~ Set in an alternate universe where World War One is fought in the southwest U.S., “Saving the Monica Korn” tells the story of a lone German battlewagon and its battered crew. Although desperate to get back to his own lines, the commander must first rescue a German agent with information that is vital to the war effort.

Jason Weiser ~ A French Foreign Legion officer feels the weight of tradition weighing on him on a far distant planet. As his platoon battles a merciless enemy, he comes to understand what the price of a last stand can be.

T. Allen Diaz ~ Sergeant Jimmy Dix has spent a lifetime in the Great War of Survival against a reptilian foe from the far side of the galaxy. When he is caught in the losing siege of Haven, all hope seems lost. Can he and his squad survive this hellish nightmare? And, how will humanity ever pay its debt of honor?

Chris Morton ~ Soldiers on the battlefield, killing aliens who must be extinguished before colonization can begin. Day after day, they wait for night to come, for the next fight. The waiting has become worse than the combat itself.

Kevin Steverson ~ Even as humanity struggles to defeat an alien enemy deep in space, battles are still being fought amongst ourselves. Advances in technology might be the key to victory, if a soldier can survive long enough to use it.

James Schardt ~ A new accountant with minor magical skills is hired to find a problem with military supply shipments. He quickly gets in over his head.

Barry Ireland ~ A man searching for military relics in the mud of the river Thames finds a strange canister that he cannot open with any tool that exists. An enigmatic German appears, opens it easily and reveals a long hidden Nazi secret.

Jason Cordova ~ Out of time, the war for Earth rages as scientists struggle to stop two cataclysmic events from happening simultaneously, and possibly save the world while they're at it.

Michael Morton ~ A pair of military investigators searching for WMD in a hidden laboratory in post-invasion Iraq find more than they bargain for when they discover who is behind their grisly discoveries.

Yakov Merkin ~ . Another day at the most boring, dead-end job in the Galactic Alliance’s Legion Navy turns out to be the day that you might get killed.

J.F. Holmes ~ The Post-Apocalyptic world may be a hard place, but you survive by watching each other’s backs out of loyalty and love. An Irregular Scout Team One story.

Ramiel's Marines
by Joe Parish
$0.00, 535 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #5 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
One marine platoon was packed aboard a Navy colony ship as a deterrence against pirates on an easy run safe-guarding a hundred thousand sleeping colonists and a few thousand Navy 'squids'. Half the platoon are grizzled, blooded veterans -- and half are baby-faced kids fresh out of training, including the platoon's lieutenant. With a hundred thousand colonists on board, the stakes are already high when a seemingly random jump lands them halfway across the universe with no easy way home in their lifetimes. Terror cells, star-beasts and the hazards of space are only part the problem; zombies, demons, magic, and gods with a bone to pick might be more than one platoon can handle.

Shooting Blanks: From the universe of What Hope Wrought
by Jason Dias
$0.00, 34 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #234 in One-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
June Ann Blankenship - Blanks, for short - is a Major in the army of the One World Government. Chasing down an underworld figure known only as Lewinski, she and her team are diverted to a local conflict in Zaire. She will need to navigate illegal orders, moral ambiguity, and flying bullets. Sometimes it's hard to do the right thing when your life is on the line.

Thaddeus Marcell: The Terran Engineer: A Short Story in the Thaddeus Marcell Universe
by TJ Mott
$0.00, 36 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #105 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
In this prequel to TJ Mott's science fiction series "The Thaddeus Marcell Chronicles," Thaddeus Marcell is a naive young man from Wyoming. Fresh out of college, he is assigned to a luxury cruise starship called the Lunar Dawn where he works as a junior engineer. But his entire life changes when he's abducted during a trip to Mars, sold into slavery, and thrust into a huge interstellar civilization he never knew about, one that denies the very existence of his homeworld.

One day, he will be the toughened, grizzled leader of an interstellar mercenary company. But if anyone can survive the effects of slavery, extreme confusion, and self-doubt, it's Thad, because he's highly intelligent and extremely resourceful...

Goddamn Killing Machines
by David Agranoff
$0.00, 234 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #11122 in Science Fiction Adventure
Mercenaries, War Criminals, Interstellar Travelers ... Killing Machines

Nick Jarvis thought he had escaped the life of violence. He and his squad of mercenaries; the notorious Goddamn Killing Machines, were wanted for war crimes on multiple planets.

After building a new life in the ruins of Earth, he had happily settled into being a father and husband.

But the U.N. needs the Killing Machines for one last dangerous mission. The choice is simple for Jarvis: rot in virtual reality prison or roll the dice on a mission cloaked in secrecy, for a full pardon. As the blood flows and the mission unfolds, Jarvis uncovers a truth that challenges his grip on sanity.

From the author of Punk Rock Ghost Story, Ring of Fire, and Co-host of the Dickheads PKD podcast comes a military science fiction adventure that puts the very nature of survival and reality in its crosshairs.

Amanda Poulsen: The Hyberian Raider: A Short Story in the Thaddeus Marcell Universe
by TJ Mott
$0.00, 34 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #104 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
In this prequel to TJ Mott's science fiction series "The Thaddeus Marcell Chronicles," Amanda Poulsen is a tough young woman with a troubled history. Raised by a mercenary group called the Hyberian Raiders, orphaned twice by age twenty, and forced into a lifestyle of drifting and petty crime, she's seen it all. One day, she will become a talented and respected officer in Thaddeus Marcell's organization, but until then, she must overcome tragedy, deep heartbreak, and impossible circumstances.

Any other woman would fail. But Amanda Poulsen is a survivor, the last person in the galaxy worthy of being called a Hyberian Raider.

Distant Redemption Part VI: Perspectives
by Donald Scribner
$0.00, 79 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #676 in Science Fiction Adventure
On the run from the rulers of the planet Keid, Colin and Ania have fallen into the hands of the savage Soturi, the legendary riders of the plains. At the same time, the High Warden of Agova and his Akean allies are making their move. Having seen the results of the Agovan massacre in the Luran village of Whitebridge, they know that the clock is ticking for all of the nearby Luran villages to include Ania's home of Thessel.

But not everything is as it seems among the Soturi. The riders are harboring a secret that not only may change Colin's destiny, but the fate of all of Keid.

by Haruo Mizushima
$0.00, 27 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #99 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
The year is 2371. Faced with dwindling resources and an eco-system that has been destroyed by the industrial necessity of supporting an ever-growing population, Humanity has left Earth behind, scattering across the stars. To adapt to the pressures and challenges of existence in deep space, clones were created that were physically and mentally able to cope with the isolation and artificial environments necessary on deep space vessels.

Deep-space navigators. Long-range pilots. Computer and mathematical experts. Technical specialists. Whatever was required, there was a clone model that could do the job.

With the success of the early prototypes, demand for clones grew and the influence of the companies that created them grew with it.

However, life in deep-space is a harsh reality and there are those who eke out a living in the margins. For the crew of the Zhu Rong, each day is a struggle to survive. Mercenaries. Pirates. Scavengers. Thieves. They don’t care what they’re called as long as they get paid.

During a simple salvage operation of a derelict freighter, the discovery of a young girl in suspended animation may just be their biggest break they learn that she is a clone created by Vision Genetics.

Huang Fu, Captain of the Zhu Rong, intends to sell her to the highest bidder. Xiaoling, his First Mate, believes that she deserves a chance to be free, hoping to prove that a VG clone will be more valuable to them as a member of the crew.

However, her idealism endangers them all as Vision Genetics will stop at nothing to recover their property.

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The Tainted (Dominion of Ash Book 1)
by Frost Kay
$0.00, 292 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (129 reviews), #161 in Dystopian Fiction
An ENEMIES TO LOVERS dystopian fantasy perfect for Sarah J. Maas, Holly Black, and Annette Marie fans.

She never should've taken the dare.

In a destroyed world plagued with pestilence and monsters, nothing was easy. It's brutal, deadly, and most often, short.

Hazel thought she understood who her enemies were: starvation, infection, her mama's disgusting lima beans, and the Tainted - human beasts full of death, fury, and poison. That's why she never saw it coming.

The death. The lies. The complete betrayal.

No one said love wouldn't destroy you.

Fans of The Hunger Games, The Steel and Stone Series, and Secondborn are raving about this new thrilling post-apocalyptic urban fantasy from USA Today Bestselling Author Frost Kay. One click now!

"With a refreshingly unpredictable plot, real and relatable characters, and a deliciously magnetic romance, I devoured THE TAINTED in one sitting." USA TODAY Bestselling Author Raye Wagner

Dominion of Ash:
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1 - The Tainted
2 - The Exiled3 - The Fallout (2020)

Darrienia (Forgotten Legacies Book 1)
by K.J. Simmill
$0.00, 744 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (49 reviews), #2 in Teen & Young Adult Epic Fantasy eBooks

Winner of the 2016 Independent Author Book Of The Year Award for 'Outstanding Fantasy' and semi-finalist in the Kindle Book Awards.

It is said that the past always returns to haunt you, yet some forgotten pasts have whispered names and a debt for collection.

Dangerous curiosities stir a hidden darkness, one that patiently waits to seize control. The subtle periphery between dream and reality is in peril, and those chosen must face the evil behind this looming disaster.

But lurking in the shadows, guiding their hand, lies the true threat - and a hidden agenda. Can they discover the truth in time, or will would-be-heroes become nothing more than pawns of evil?

Reactive: A Young Adult Dystopian Romance (The Elite Trials Book 1)
by Becky Moynihan
$0.00, 397 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (58 reviews), #56 in Teen & Young Adult Visionary & Metaphysical Fiction eBooks
For fans of the Hunger Games, Divergent, and Shatter Me series comes an emotional, action-packed story of resilience, second chances, and fierce love.


Lune Tatum, adopted daughter of the Supreme Elite, has lived within her father's walled city for eleven years.

But she wants out.

Except she can't leave, and not because of the clans and mutated beasts that roam beyond the impenetrable, electrified walls protecting her life. Her plan has always been to win the Elite Trials and earn Title of Choice--her only chance at freedom. And the only way to return home to her mother.

Then a boy from her past arrives on her eighteenth birthday. His presence threatens Lune's carefully laid plans and exposes memories she's desperate to forget. He can't be trusted. Especially as he possesses dangerous secrets. And what he reveals could ruin the chance at freedom she's willing to die for.

THE ELITE TRIALS trilogy is the thrilling adventure of Lune Tatum as she fights for freedom in a futuristic dystopian world plagued by danger, secrets, and betrayal.
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Quantum Proliferation: A Near-Future CyberPunk Thriller (Entangled Fates Book 2)
by Joe Kuster
$0.00, 261 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #17 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Getting his revenge felt great. Right up until the bills came due.

Alex and his quantum-powered AI companion might have broken free from Apollo’s threat to shut him down, but he is still on the hook for millions he doesn’t have, and the mega-corp isn’t going to forgive and forget. Desperate to keep his freedom and his company afloat as their illegal funds dry up, Alex tags along with the Black Flags on a mercenary contract on the other side of the globe.

Physically recovered but still coming to grips with the synthetic part of himself, Alex struggles to adapt to what his life and body have become. Stuck in a losing battle with his inner demons, he and Sophie gather resources and allies as they prepare to wage war against the rogue artificial intelligence that threatens the world.

His actions do not go unnoticed, however, and he soon finds him caught in a lethal game of cat and mouse. Firmly in the crosshairs again, can Alex survive the new threats against him without losing himself in the process?

This series features an anti-hero protagonist, does not shy away from complicated relationships, and is not fade to black. 18+

The Peacemaker
by Casey Dorman
$0.00, 281 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #21 in Science Fiction Adventure
A thousand years ago the planet Talus was dying from ecological destruction. The warlike Tontors and their intellectual Falstinian slaves migrated to its twin planet Noruna, leaving the Aphorians, their menial slaves, behind. Now, a thousand years later, the Aphorians have rescued the environment from disaster, but the Falstinians, freed from their slavery to the Tontors, have returned to Talus to set up settlements on their old lands, once again threatening the ecology of the planet. The clash between the Falstinians and Aphorians threatens to spread to a war between the twin planets. Enter Jason, an empathic Peacemaker from a distant part of the galaxy, whose task is to bring understanding between the three races and avoid interplanetary war. The Peacemaker is a tale of the dangers of territorial competition, of racial hatred, and of ecological disregard. Based upon the twin disciplines of deep ecology and biomimicry, it is an inspiring story of the triumph of nonviolence, of environmental sensitivity, and of science.

Canoples Investigations Tackles Space Pirates (C.I. Book 1)
by K.C. Sprayberry
$0.00, 195 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #395 in Teen & Young Adult Science Fiction eBooks
BD Bradford resides on Canoples Station in 2364. He's on his last break before graduating high school. The biggest worry on his mind is scoring enough creds to buy the latest vid-game, and making up with his girlfriend, if she'll stop glaring at him. An announcement at breakfast hatches an idea in his ever-active brain – space pirates might be in the vicinity. Visions of creds tumbling around him after he captures the miscreants war with thoughts of what he did to torque off his girlfriend. He catches a glimpse of the villains outside the promenade's viewport, but he beats feet to safety upon hearing one of his sworn enemies having a drama moment.

Visions: Knights of Salucia - Book 1
by C. D. Espeseth
$0.00, 322 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #13 in Steampunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
“My name is Robert Mannford, and I saved the world by killing it,” is the first line of the mysterious journal Wayran finds in the skeletal hand of a long dead madman buried deep beneath the twisting sands of the Wastes.

Wayran’s quest for answers has taken him deep into the desert aboard his uncle’s airship when a sandstorm sweeps him and his brother, Matoh, into its depths where they crash into an otherworldly tower Wayran has only ever seen before in his dreams.

During a burgeoning age of steam, steel, and new physics-based magic the paths of an invading empire, a brother destined to be a knight, a prince who harvests souls, a detective hot on a serial killer's trail, a princess who hears the Song of God, a girl raised to be a weapon struggling to control her awesome power, a young dock-rat with a strange new ability, and a dirt-poor musician with an autistic friend all collide as they find themselves embroiled in a clockwork of destinies ticking towards events which will change the world forever.

Yet the madman’s machines, long thought dead, are still watching, and Mannford’s greatest creation, Kali, is waiting to deliver her judgment.

Science, magic, quests, airships, swords, knights, technology and prophecy collide in this epic blend of steampunk post-apocalyptic fantasy.

Betera's Factor
by T.J. Sachs
$0.00, 354 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #51 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Crawford Lear is the senior engineer of the Beta Union habitat, a utopian society that sets unusual criteria for morality. This world keeps its citizens in a constant state of joy and contentment using a duplicitous system developed by the scientific genius of its most lauded citizen, Betera Eaton.

On the eve of the greatest tragedy to strike the habitat in over a decade, Crawford steps into the covert role he has trained for since childhood. Using his psychic talents to ready the masses for rebellion, Crawford attempts to liberate citizens from a twisted regime led by a powerful senate, and the empathic sentinels who enforce the law with sadistic enthusiasm.

Forming alliances with influential members of society, Crawford navigates through an ever-shifting maze of loyalties, putting his life and that of his illicit lover in danger. In the aftermath, Crawford and his compatriots realize freedom comes with its own burdens; truth can be as deadly as lies. No one is immune to treachery and anyone can be weaponized. Friend. Foe. Family.

Fogbound: Empire in Flames (A Dystopian Steampunk Adventure Book 1)
by Gareth Clegg
$0.00, 472 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #2 in Steampunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
A New Level in the Steampunk Genre from Amazon bestselling author, Gareth Clegg.

London, 1899: a ruined city under martial law.

It was just another bounty job for Simmons - recover a killer escaping beyond the massive walled city, while avoiding the toxic red fog and the tainted creatures who make their home Fogside since the failed Martian Invasion of '94.

But when he stumbles across a dastardly plot to overthrow Empress Victoria, the hunter becomes the hunted.

With the brutal military police on his trail, he needs to gather others to his cause, learn who is responsible for this treason and keep the Empire he loves from plunging into eternal darkness.

But in the darkest and most fogbound areas of the flooded London streets, a sinister intelligence watches, biding its time until the hour of reckoning is at hand…

What others are saying about FOGBOUND: Empire in Flames

★★★★★ "Probably the best steampunk book I've ever read."

★★★★★ "Fogbound? Spellbound! - If you like Victorian intrigue coupled with futuristic inventions this is for you."

★★★★★ "If you enjoyed H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds, then you'll love this spiritual sequel."

★★★★★ "I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a steampunk epic as it is simply the best I've found."

★★★★★ "I've been hanging out for a really great Steampunk novel for a long time now, and by crikey this is it."

★★★★★ "Steampunk at its best."

★★★★★ "Fogbound is steampunk done right, mainly because that isn’t its only focus. Under the arc rifles and clockwork machines is a winning story full of twists and turns that constantly delivers."

★★★★★ "Brilliant adventure and a marvellous, inventive setting. The characters are believable and interesting and the plot rockets along."

Red, White, and Christmas: A Red Darkling Tale
by L. A. Guettler
$0.00, 26 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #228 in Holiday Fiction (Kindle Store)
For Red Darkling, Christmas is pretty much like any other day: drinking, smoking, flirting, meeting dangerous strangers in bars, dodging blaster fire in dark alleys . . .

Aphelion: A Takamo Universe Anthology (Aeon Project Prequel Book 1)
by AR DeClerck
$0.00, 195 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #3245 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
The year is 2628, and billions of souls call the galaxy known as Estra home. It’s a home of unimaginable distance, from the Borthan Empire in the north to the left “lung” of the Klevessan Republic. The Boe Republic brushes the southern emptiness of the Ens Gulf and yet, even here, there is life: teeming organics jostling, cooperating, invading, thriving. Dying.

Love You Forever
As children, Kellan Kline and a young Terran girl named Rayelle survived horrific experiments at the hands of The Authority, a group hellbent on creating the perfect supersoldier. They were liberated from the lab together, but circumstance tore them apart.
Years later Kellan found Rayelle again, married to a Terran politico and pregnant with his son. Happy that Rayelle had found peace, Kellan promised her again that his heart and loyalty belonged only to her.
When Rayelle called, begging for his help, Kellan had no choice but to rush to her aid, although his interference might mean all-out galactic war.

Dead Man’s Drift
Bendine and Myrta Selva found themselves orphaned at a young age, left in the charge of a rascally Klevessan pirate captain. They grew up in the belly of a ship learning the art of Klevessan trade: stealing, lying and cheating. As adults, they kept themselves and their origins a secret until a mistake in the Horvanni trade house left Bendine holding proof of a Naplian plot to assassinate a Terran Admiral.
Now, with the help of a Terran agent, the girls and their shipmates must travel to the desolate area surrounding Dead Man’s Drift with the hopes of thwarting the Naplian plot and bringing honor to the Selva name again.

Orion (STARFORGED Book 1)
by Kelsey Anne Lovelady
$0.00, 298 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #4020 in Steampunk Fiction
Clayton Jiggins is way out of his element. All his life, he’s grown up in the poor part of the Capital of the Hunter Galaxy—also known as the Constellation of Orion. Now, after an untimely and rather mysterious family tragedy, he has left the safety of his metropolitan home to find the most dangerous assassin wanted by the Royal Navy; The Blue Lion. Why would he want to meet such a dangerous person? Because he wants the Prince of the Galaxy dead—a treasonous act that could cost him his head if he gets caught.
Everything is a lot more complicated than Clayton thinks, however. The fact that the Blue Lion is actually a woman is just the tip of the icebergs of secrets and lies; Pirates hell-bent on revolution, doctors on the take, a new addictive substance that may be deadlier than people think. Even the Blue Lion has a more personal reason for helping Clayton out.
Welcome to a steampunk world among the stars where nothing is what it seems, everyone has an agenda, and a hell’s fury cannot even compare to a scorned woman bent on revenge.

Defy (Murder of Crows Book 1)
by Kayleigh Gallagher
$0.00, 174 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #50 in Fantasy Adventure Fiction
Raven lives in the Conurbation, a society where, at the age of seventeen, Defects like her are killed at seventeen. This is part of a government program designed to root out rebellion before it has the chance to start. However, despite the Overseer's best efforts, an insurgence has persisted, undermining the society and everything it stands for. Raven hopes to escape to a world where she can be exactly who she is without any limitations, but such hopes feel like fantasies, until she stumbles upon the rebellion by accident. They hide in plain sight, people just like her, Defects who escaped before or on their seventeenth birthdays.
She has no way of knowing that she's still in danger, or that she will never be free unless she leaves the city entirely.

The Test Subject
by Scott Finlay
$0.00, 37 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #3221 in One-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Imagine being suddenly and violently ripped away from your home and everything you knew and brought to a strange and terrifying new world occupied a race of monstrous giants. This is exactly what happened to one poor soul whose life became a constant science experiment, leaving the pitiful human weakened to the point of immobility and blindness. Soon the only thing keeping the captive sane was the thought of escape from this surrealistic nightmare and revenge against the wardens and the beings they reported to.

Yellow The Blugees Book 4: Second Edition
by Edward Morse
$0.00, 155 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #200 in Science Fiction Adventure
Al and Om are given the opportunity to experience a different mortal life. They give siamese rule over this world. Enjoy the challenges and return of many of the original characters

Moon Garden
by Patrick Walts
$0.00, 76 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #31 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
Think back to your childhood. Do you remember the stories that sparked your imagination and made you think and feel, and stuck with you well into adulthood? Do you ever wish someone would write stories that would instill within you the same sense of wide-eyed, innocent wonder that you felt back then, when magic was real and life’s possibilities seemed endless? Moon Garden is full of such stories. By purchasing this book, you’ve purchased a ticket to embark upon a wondrous journey through time, space, and beyond. This ticket will take you wherever you want to go, and it’s good forever.

by Jason Keen
$0.00, 249 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #173 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Imagine waking up not knowing who or where you are...

The year is 2070, societal peace hangs in the balance as the most powerful corporation on the planet controls the governments and the police. The people are left suffering at every turn.

A nameless man wakes in the hospital with no memory of who he is or how he came to be there.

John Doe, as he’s affectionately called by the hospital staff sets off in the pursuit of answers and gets drawn into a dangerous global conspiracy in a high-tech dystopia that’s completely alien to him.

Accompanied by a band of freedom fighting rebels, John must find out the truth to his past if he wants any chance at a future and saving the world.

Summer Of The Beast
by Michael Burns
$0.00, 357 pages, 3.7 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #14731 in Science Fiction Adventure

"There aren't many books that I have read that actually freaked me out to the degree of a well-made horror movie."

Bauman Book Reviews

Two hardened homicide detectives investigate a series of brutal murders in the mountains of southern Arizona during an unusually hot summer. The detectives are on the trail of what they believe is a serial killer, but they soon discover something much more.

A Dungeon's Desire: A Lewd Saga Adventure
by Eden Redd
$0.00, 72 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #40 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Lyndra remembered when she was a player in the hugely popular and seductive game of Lewd Saga. Those happy memories fell away when she is ripped from her previous existence to become a digital antagonist, forced to fight players and for her very survival.

The player, now turned dungeon core, must build her dungeon, raise an army, protect her dwellers and try to understand what fate has decreed for her new digital life. With the virtual world of Lewd Saga falling further into chaos, Lyndra will tap her darker survival instincts to become a force the world of Lukken has never seen before.

* A Dungeon’s Desire was previously part of an anthology which is no longer available. This story is being published on its own with a new added chapter, tying in it to the main story of Lewd Saga. The story is for adults, 18 and up.

Man's World
by B.P. Shelley
$0.00, 394 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #192 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction eBooks
Something's missing. Jeremy can feel it, but it doesn't seem like anyone else even notices. His whole world is fixated on violence, hate, deceit. Not even working at the Life Center, assisting in the growth of new babies, can fill the hole in Jeremy's life. One fateful trip down to the Womb changes everything.

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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.