| Bloodmist: The Last Line book two |
by David Elias Jenkins
$0.00, 345 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #23 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
When a mission starts with a helicopter crash into a forest full of the Risen Dead, you know it’s not going to be a good day out.
Usher and his team of Special Forces monster hunters are getting a reputation for being in the wrong place at the wrong time with not quite enough bullets.
Injured, scared and and surrounded by a horde of ravenous monsters controlled by an enemy more terrifying than any they’ve encountered before, Empire One are going to have to stick to their motto more than ever before.
Get in. Get the job done. Get home alive. Don’t get eaten.
If they don’t stand their ground, who else will? They’re the last line…
| Pot Smoking Zombies |
by K.M. Lynn
$0.00, 209 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #187 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Pot smoking zombies aren't looking for flesh, they want munchies. If they come after you hand them a donut. They are the kinder, gentler zombie; though a nasty stench trails them. Through a series of blunders the product of a scientific experiment gets sprayed on moldy marijuana. The result hits the Arizona mountains first, as Granite City is overcome by pot smoking zombies. They moan, groan and slobber their way to the center of town where they dance until they drop. Reggae music is their favorite, but in their mindless, zombie state they will dance to anything. The mayor is the first victim of the zombie plague. The poor guy ends up wandering the streets naked and infecting the entire police force. As the zombie apocalypse unfolds an ice cream man, frantic scientist, sarcastic student, old hippie and a whole bunch of clowns try to save the day.
| Eat the Ones You Love (The Thirteen Book 2) |
by J.L. Murray
$0.00, 278 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #76 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
"What have I become?"
Jenny always lives to fight another day. But she’s not so sure she wants to. She saved Declan, and he hasn’t come back quite right. And after meeting a group who call themselves The Thirteen, Jenny is convinced that she would be better off on her own.
But when the group is attacked at her mother’s old bunker, Jenny wakes up to find her little undead family in tatters, the newcomers gone, and one of her friends missing. If she wants to find him, she’s going to need to talk to someone she’d much rather kill: her mother. In the process, Jenny finds that she has a much larger family than she thought.
Yet nothing is ever as it seems. And on a journey that started with Jenny hopeful that she could save the world, she’s more than sure it’s going to end in despair. To save the people that she loves, Jenny is going to have to get angry. To save the people she loves, she’s going to have to kill. To save the people she loves, she’s going to have to die. Again and again and again and again…
| A Zombie Christmas 2: The Mike Beem Chronicles |
by Anthony Renfro
$0.00, 72 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #141 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Literature & Fiction
"5 Stars out of 5: I dearly love this author's short stories, and these 3 were great."
A boy lost. A family desperate. It's Christmas in a Zombie Apocalypse and Mike Beem is once again aiming for another Holiday miracle. His goal this year isn't toys for the kids in the neighborhood. His goal this time is trying to save one small life so another family doesn't have to suffer the way he suffered. Can Mike save Christmas once again?
Bonus Short Story: The Lot
A short story about a Christmas tree lot that may have hidden and deadly secrets.
Bonus Short Story: Fear of the Scarecrow
This short story is about a desperate man hungry for revenge. Sometimes revenge comes with a price.
The Mike Beem Chronicles are a series of short stories that I wrote involving a character called Mike Beem. These stories don't have to be read in order. I wrote each of them to be their own story. They have an original beginning and a true end. You should be fine reading the current one you are thinking about buying, and you should be able to enjoy it as if it was its own separate entity.
As a side bar, I honestly did not intend to have multiple Mike Beem stories. I wrote A Zombie Christmas years ago, and decided recently to write a sequel for it. It was while I was revising the sequel that other stories involving Mike Beem started to spring into my mind. I decided to pursue those ideas, and now they are available for you to read and purchase for your Kindle.
Now, if you have to read them in order (I know I would), here is the best way to do it.
A Zombie Thanksgiving
A Zombie Christmas
A Zombie New Year's Eve
A Zombie Christmas 2
Flesh for the Zombies
Zombie Beach (Fall 2017)
Thanks again for humoring me. Thanks for reading and purchasing this story. And remember, it is better to sleep with the lights on at night. There are things that live in the darkness. Things better not seen.
| Struggle (The Hibernia Strain Book 2) |
by Albert Peterson
$0.00, 53 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #113 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Darker and grittier, 'Struggle' the action packed second book in 'The Hibernia Strain' trilogy is sure to leave a poignant taste in your mouth.
----> After regaining consciousness from his collision, Matt realizes things have gone from bad to worse. New faces and surroundings mean new challenges are lying in wait.
----> Follow his struggles, as we learn more about his past and how it collides with his future.
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| The Ark |
by Christopher Coates
$0.00, 249 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #8 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
When no one will survive, what do you do?
In the not too distant future, technology has developed to the point where a person can be placed in a Sleep State, which is a cross between suspended animation and a drug induced coma. Theoretically a person can be put to sleep for any length of time and age only a couple of days for each year that they are asleep.
At about the same time that the longest sleep trial to date is being completed, it is discovered that there is a very unusual comet approaching Earth and almost everyone will be killed by the unusual radiation that it carries.
Immediately, our government proceeds, to build a sleeper facility large enough to hold as many specially trained men and women as possible.
During the preparations the government must finish the facility, select the team of sleepers, and at times take drastic steps to maintain secrecy.
A time is pre-set to awaken the sleeper team, but, upon awakening, they learn that things have gone wrong. They now must find ways to carry out their mission in the new and strange world in which they find themselves.
| The Quickening of Tom Turnpike (The Talltrees Trilogy Book 1) |
by W. E. Mann
$0.00, 288 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #54 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Alternative History
“You want ghost-stories? I know all of them. I know what you can hear in the corridors at night. I know what drives the teachers insane.”
Tom thought he’d heard them all, but the worst one was yet to come. And he would be right at its deadly heart.
At their haunted school in a forgotten corner of Nazi-occupied England, boys are disappearing. After a midnight ghost-hunt takes a sinister turn, Tom and his friends find themselves thrown headlong into a Nazi conspiracy to change humankind forever.
What has happened to the lost boys? Can anything be done in time to save them? And what does this all have to do with strange events that occurred many years ago in West Africa?
| Zombies: They're Not All Brain-Eaters |
by Alex Witney
$0.00, 172 pages, 3.4 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #163 in > Literature & Fiction > Humor & Satire > General Humor
In a future where zombies are equals, Roy Tubbs and his recently deceased zombie friend Kurt ‘Mac’ MacReady are fed up with their dead end jobs as an accountant and lifeguard respectively.
Drunkenly deciding to use their savings and Mac’s recent insurance claim they go on a once in a life time road trip. Though not all goes as planned as they delve into the fragile, flaky world of zombie politics. With kidnappings, strange abominations and an ill-fated opportunity to save every zombie on earth.
| Ice Cave |
by Blaze Eastwood
$0.00, 46 pages, 2.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #17 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers > Medical
The whole world seems to change overnight when a pandemic is released, affecting those who do not use high-quality water filtration systems. The military begins to drag everyone off for testing. But after what Cody sees and experiences, he has a difficult time trusting them. He manages to escape with a like-minded person from an area that is being raided. But icy road conditions cause the car to go off track, and they are eventually led into a mysterious cave that is almost entirely comprised of ice. What Cody discovers in the cave is shocking, and he realizes that his troubles are far from over.
| The Eden Project (Books One & Two) |
by DP Fitzsimons
$0.00, 298 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #3 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
The world had fallen. The mostly vacant cities were silent now. For those who had not been turned or consumed, remote locations proved the best chance to live a while longer before the inevitable end landed its teeth marks on their flesh or its disease in their blood.
To eat or be eaten was the last imperative of the once noble species. This was the truth everywhere in the world, except one place—a small island, forgotten before and after the fall, a place where the sun yet shined down onto the children of light.
They were our final hope to avoid extinction. Their mission was to find a new home for the species somewhere out in the farthest reaches of the galaxy.
First, they had to find a way to survive Earth.
READ the first two full novels in the Science Fiction series THE EDEN PROJECT.
BOOK ONE: Humanity's Last Chance
BOOK TWO: Night Without End
| Flyover Zombie: a Battlefield Z series |
by Chris Lowry
$0.00, 203 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #33 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
End of Days. The Zombie Plague swept the nation but a fast thinking leader in California took charge and built a wall on the Rockies and Appalachian mountains. It blocked off the middle of America, but contained most of the virus that turned the world upside down.
The middle is a wasteland. No one goes in, no one flies over. Everything is rationed in the cities struggling to support millions of refugees. Martial law controls their lives.
But when that leaders daughter goes down in a plane, he breaks all the rules to get her back. He assembles a team and send them to get her, and when they go missing, he works the black market to hire mercs to do his bidding even if it costs him everything the survivors have left.
Flyover Zombie is the first book in a series about the survivors of a post apocalyptic dystopia. Fans of zombies will love this book in a new series set in the world leftover after Battlefield Z. Join the adventure and get extra free books when you Look Inside.
| End Plan |
by Cameron Stevenson
$0.00, 171 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #84 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
“Since he’d left that barricade, he’d stuck to the secondary roads and seen few people, which was just fine with him. His early experience with the main highways had depressed him — miles of asphalt clogged with hundreds of cars, all heading blindly in one direction: away. He knew that those desperate people didn’t have a chance. That the areas that the government said they would hold would be overrun, and that the single one that could, and would, be held would be denied to them; neither the transportation, food or even basic lodging available. They would be turned away if they managed to make it that far and would perish in the onslaught.”
End Plan is the story of one man and his part in planning for the end of the world — and what comes after. Like any plan though, things don’t always quite work out the way you intended.
| The Unburied Dead: Book 3 - The Sea Peoples |
by Christopher Clarkson
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #41 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Historical
Arla must continue the search for a cure on her own. Her return to Turkey in search of Michael brings the reality of a post-apocalypitc world into sharp focus and only makes the search for a cure all the more urgent.
Ani and Purdu have taken to the seas to escape the demons, only to find the world of the Sea Peoples offers no escape from the horrors of the Bronze Age Collapse.
| Alien Dimensions #6: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Metaphysical Short Stories (Alien Dimensions Magazine) |
by Neil A. Hogan, Aishwarya S., John Zakour, David Alan Owens, Sam Honour, Aric Merchant
$0.00, 96 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #22 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Anthologies & Short Stories
Alien Dimensions is a monthly SF magazine devoted to science fiction, fantasy and metaphysical short stories.
In issue #6:
To Bell A Cat by Neil A. Hogan
Symbiosis by Aric Merchant
The Truth About Electric Zombies by David Alan Owens
Red Spider by Aishwarya S.
What’s Necessary by Sam Honour
Why the Y? by John Zakour
Work After Death
-For Younger Readers-
Gabriel and the Resurrection of Maldek Part 4
The Fascination With Zombies
Alien Dimensions is available in digital and in print format on the 1st of every month.