Another week of Amazon Kindle Freebies!
Featuring science fiction, fantasy, and horror titles, grab a great genre read for the weekend for free!
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|Witchlight by J.S. Watts |
In this humorous urban fantasy, Holly has been mortal all her life. Now at thirty-eight, her fairy godfather arrives to tell her she’s a witch, and suddenly she's having to come to terms with the uncertainties of an alarmingly magic-fuelled world. Magic is not like it is in the books and films, and Holly starts to doubt whether her fairy godfather, Partridge Mayflower, is the fey, avuncular charmer he appears.
As a new romance blooms, appearances become magically deceptive, and Holly can’t afford to trust those closest to her, including herself. Accidents start to happen, people die, Old Magic is on the hunt, but in the age-old game of cat and mouse, just who is the feline and who is the rodent?
|Genre: Contemporary Romantic Fantasy|
|The Art of Raising Hell by Thomas Lopinski|
Newbie Johnson has recently moved to Bunsen Creek, Illinois, when his mother is killed in a tragic car crash. His father does his best to maintain a normal household, but his broken heart is just not up to the task.
Newbie finds solace by hanging out with his three buddies in their clandestine Backroom hideout. Getting into mischief becomes their favorite pastime as they try to follow in the footsteps of Lonny Nack, who has perfected the art of running on all four.
Lonny fears no one, including The Law, and soon takes his peculiar sense of justice, along with his love of practical jokes, to new heights while entertaining the colorful characters of Kickapoo County.
|Genre: Coming of Age|
|Ink Stains Dark Fiction Anthology, Vol. 6|
In life, we draw many lines — between good and evil, guilt and innocence, real and unreal, life and death.
And having drawn these lines, we cross them because humanity is curious, careless, devious, and, sometimes, downright wicked.
So what happens if you cross the line? Does it change you and what is waiting on the other side?
|Genre: Horror Anthology|
|In the Storm by Karen Metcalf|
No one escapes fate without sacrifice, but is the price more than Carly is willing to pay?
Abandoned by the world around her, Carly believes she is fated to a life of torment at the hands of her stepfather and is desperate for an escape. When she can bear the abuse no longer and gives in to a thunderous rage, she suddenly finds herself in an unfamiliar, yet beautiful, storm world. This limbo between dimensions appears to be her private sanctuary, but it may just be her purgatory.
|Genre: Young Adult Fantasy|
|Sun Dogs by Anthony Labriola|
These poems fly from Earth to Jupiter and back, but one can feel the sweat on the skin for the whole trip. Lenses, including those of our eyes, let the sky-watcher chart the trip of the time-traveler from beginning to end. We are all star-children, born into the universe, where we must wander from place to place and time to time in search of our own bliss.
|Genre: Sci-Fi Poetry|
|The Dragonslayer's Sword by Resa Nelson|
Astrid assumed all dragons should be killed – until she met one that changed her mind.
In the medieval Northlands, a dangerous family seeks power.
They slaughter all who get in their way.
Children’s rhymes hint at what’s to come, but no one recognizes the danger at hand.
Astrid doesn’t know she holds the key to this power.
She’s just a blacksmith who makes swords for dragonslayers.
But Astrid has a dark secret …
A dragon once chewed her up and spit her out.
She hides the old scars covering her body through shapeshifting.
But the time for hiding is over.
|Wolves: I Bring the Fire by C. Gockel|
When Amy prays for help, Loki the Norse God of Mischief and Chaos isn't the savior she has in mind. An epic urban fantasy with myth, magic, and mayhem!
|Genre: Urban Mythology|
|Elements of Flames by CR Robertson|
The Otherworld is a shadow world that overlaps the human physical plane, a place where magical beings evolved, their heritage the missing link. These two worlds collide when behavioural profiler Morgan Skelly visits a crime scene in Norway on winter solstice. There she meets the man who has starred in her dreams for years.
Drake Obsidian has the looks and body of an ancient god, the heart of a dragon, and the soul of a hero. His strength and magnetism make him irresistible, a force of nature from a magical realm who enters Morgan’s life like a sexy tornado. His truth blows her make believe world out of the water when he reveals her heritage with every embrace.
Powers are revealed, alliances are made, sparks fly, lightning strikes, and worlds collide. Morgan and Drake’s passion holds them together while the Otherworld tries to tear them apart.
|Genre: Fantasy / Paranormal Romance|
|Knight's Apprentice by Catrina Taylor|
Life altering reality, hidden in plain sight.
Ralph has a problem. The Grand Council of Atlantis, the council who rules the twelve hominid tribes, has chosen his apprentice for him. This unusual move has one obstacle. She doesn't know what it means to be Atlantean.
Cerita Guzman is the oldest child in a struggling, single parent home. She doesn't have time for world shattering reality to interfere with life. She has work, school, siblings, her mom, the house and now, of all things, Atlantis wants her time too. How is that even possible?
|Genre: Young Adult Science Fantasy|
|Secrets & Souls by Kelly Stock|
The last thing Bertram expected after his grandfather’s death was to find himself the owner of Clayhill Manor, a decrepit mansion with little going for it other than musty rooms filled with moth-eaten furniture and mice. But at least he gets to maintain the solitary life he’s used to. That is, until red-headed beauty, Mellissa, walks into his home and changes his life forever.
With one touch of her hand, Bertram finds himself part of world he never knew existed. Where he is the Caretaker, and Mellissa the Soul Guide. Where doors appear out of nowhere and he’s the only one who can see them.
Together they must face a strange new world hidden just beneath the surface. A world which contains the pure of soul and malevolent creatures that lurk in the dark.
But Mellissa holds secrets within her, secrets that hurt her heart. With a past that she’s unwilling to share with a man who is falling in love with her, can they put their feelings aside and fulfil their roles or will her secrets tear them apart?
|Genre: Urban Fantasy|
|The Light of Kerrindryr by H. Anthe Davis|
Redemption through Service.
Purification through Sacrifice.
These are the tenets of the Imperial Light, and Cob follows them devoutly despite being enslaved for his father's treason. Now, raised among soldiers and betrayed by a friend, he has been driven from the Imperial Army into the heretic-riddled lands he helped to conquer. In this strange realm, he finds that Light and Dark are not as simple as they seemed, and though he considers everyone around him an enemy, to them he is a prize--the unwitting carrier of a secret that every faction in the warring world wants.
The Army would do anything to get it back except kill him.
His treacherous friend has no such qualms.
|Genre: Dark Fantasy|
|50sVille, Vol. 1 by Paul Ibbetson|
Imagine a town where the people perpetually live in the 1950s, a place where time has all but stopped and where everyone loves his family, job, and life. In this strange place, only a select few people ever leave the city limits and even then, they leave reluctantly. Follow the adventures of Benjamin Granault in ‘50sVille, the strangest town Indiana has ever been unaware of.
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