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The One-Eyed King
by Kenny S. RichGet this book for ONLY $0.99
In the Land of the Blind, the one-eyed man is king.
Some have eyes, but cannot see. Some can see, but have no eyes.
In the year 2020, a nuclear war, perpetrated by a ruling entity known as The ARK, devastated Earth, laying over half the planet to waste. Today, the ‘future’ is dark. Every 6 to 18 months, a mushroom cloud envelopes one of the world’s once-great cities as The ARK seeks to wipe out a newly discovered resistance movement. Its ruler, The Anchor, and his Superiors, are ruthless and rule the world with an iron fist.
Until the All-Seeing Army, committed to a Blind War, rises against them. These soldiers literally can’t see and this handicap has become their greatest strength. Not only are their other senses heightened to the point of giving them superior fighting skills, but they also represent the only hope for a human race with a peaceful, true and just vision for the future.
Into this clash of titans, a sightless, orphaned boy is thrust. Iori, the eventual One-Eyed King, is kidnapped by this All-Seeing Army and trained for many years as The ARK gets closer to discovering their whereabouts. As commander of the last capable resistance movement on Earth, Iori cannot fail or the entire planet is doomed.
Since The Sirens
by E.E. IsherwoodGet this book for ONLY $0.99
The world is ending. Who will save Grandma?
What would you do if a mysterious plague began to devour your city and the dead started banging on your door?
Fifteen-year-old Liam Peters is spending the summer with his great-grandmother (not by choice) when the authorities of St. Louis spin up the tornado sirens to announce a civic emergency. Police robocalls declare mass disturbances throughout the city, suggesting citizens try to escape to safer jurisdictions. Radio offers contradictory instructions: stay inside, hunker down, ride it out. The President tries to convey a message of hope to calm a scared populace, but the tone is interpreted as a goodbye. The mixed messaging sends society–already on the verge of panic–into a tailspin. When the President signs off, half the city boards their windows while the other half dashes for the interstate.
Now Liam is faced with his first dilemma of an increasingly complicated morning. Should he stay with Grandma and attempt to defend her urban home against both the living and the dead, or should he try to get her out of the city to his parents’ home in the suburbs? Nothing is ever as simple as it sounds when life and death are on the line.
As an avid reader of zombie books, Liam realizes you go into the zombie apocalypse with the army you have, not the one you want. He sees himself as an unlikely savior, with an unlikely ally, but he embarks on the hero’s journey nonetheless. As the city implodes, they race against the clock to outpace desperate refugees, gang violence, criminal opportunists, overzealous military units, scared civilians, and a growing horde of bloodthirsty zombies. He does it while burdened with a woman unable to walk more than ten feet without his help.
As they chase the elusive vision of safety, Liam comes to appreciate why there are no atheists in foxholes.
by Ninie HammonGet this book for FREE
When Sarabeth Bingham’s father is murdered, shot down on the street in front of his office, the college journalism professor must abandon the world of academia to run the weekly newspaper he left behind. She soon discovers that marijuana-growing has corrupted the idyllic little Kentucky town where she grew up. In the same way selling booze during Prohibition built organized crime empires, the easy riches of dope-growing has bred greed and evil like a fly breeds maggots.
The sheriff can’t get a marijuana conviction because the county’s jury pool is tainted. Her own cousin grows weed and his wife and daughter have been gobbled up by the world of drugs. Sarabeth even finds herself falling for a handsome bourbon distillery owner she’s convinced is financing his business with an illegal fortune.
But when three children find a pile of dope money in an abandoned building and the growers kidnap them to get it back, Sarabeth finally heeds the words on the plaque that has hung above her father’s desk for as long as she can remember: “Don’t mess with a man who buys ink by the barrel!” In a blazing front page editorial, Sarabeth declares war on the marijuana-growing industry. Now the growers have to shut her up—fast, before she brings the feds down on them. And the meanest dog in the dope-growing junkyard knows just how to do it.
by Jack PattersonGet this book for FREE
When veteran pro quarterback Noah Larson finally guides his team to the Super Bowl, his dreams — and life — are dashed when his six-year-old son is kidnapped for a unique ransom: lose the game or his son dies. Seattle sportswriter Cal Murphy and photographer Kelly Mendoza get pulled into an FBI sting to help rescue Noah’s son in Mexico. But when everything falls apart, Cal and Kelly are left to save themselves, save Noah’s son, and save the Super Bowl.
Loyalty And Lies
by L. A. CottonGet this book for FREE
Eighteen-year-old Savanah Parry just moved three thousand miles across state to escape. The memories…the whispers…the pain.
Chastity Falls Academy is supposed to be her fresh start; her salvation. And when Ana meets mysterious Jackson, she begins to think it is. She hasn’t smiled in almost sixteen months; not since the night her life changed forever, and despite her guilt…her loyalty, Ana can’t deny that Jackson is breathing life back into her. With Jackson by her side, Ana wants to believe she can heal and move on. But she isn’t the only one living a lie, and the small private Academy has secrets of its own. All is not what it seems, and Ana is about to find herself in a tangled web of lies; fighting for survival, again.
Loyalties will be tested, lies will be told. Welcome to Chastity Falls.
by Tom LoweGet this book for ONLY $0.99
When an old man sees an unidentified Civil War photograph of a woman in the newspaper, he begins a desperate search for a 160-year-old painting that he believes will match the image of the enigmatic woman in the photograph, and if it does, it will prove that his great, great grandfather did not run from battle. After the old man hires Sean O’Brien to find the mysterious painting, O’Brien discovers it’s linked to a secret letter and map that will lead to a trapdoor where a hidden key to the most horrific war on U.S. soil lies buried in mud at the bottom of a river. It’s also linked to a new murder, and there are those who will stop at nothing to keep the information hidden because to bring it to the surface will re-write American history.
You Say Tomato, I Say Tomato, She Says Murder
by Duncan WhiteheadGet this book for FREE
When two old friends, bound together by their love of growing fruits and vegetables enter the same competition, how far will they go to ensure victory? A charming story with more twists and turns than a tomato vine.
by Brighton WalshGet this book for ONLY $2.99
He’s the most dangerous man she’s ever met…and she’s falling in love with him.
Madison Frost is desperate to escape her life. Daughter of a prominent businessman, she has everything a girl could ask for. Except for a family who’s present in her life, and anyone to talk to outside the four walls of the prison she calls home. Madison dreams of one day leaving her life behind. She never thought being kidnapped is how it would happen.
Now she’s being held captive by a man who’s as frightening as he is sinfully gorgeous. Enormous, muscular, and filled with secrets, the man they call Ghost is an enigmatic mercenary, and Madison is trapped with him. She doesn’t know who hired him or why, but the more time she spends at his mercy, the more she realizes he’s not what he seems. Beneath his rough exterior lies an unexpected gentleness and a heart as broken and battered as her own.
But as Madison lets down her walls, Ghost holds tight to his, hiding secrets that could destroy everything.
Robots Like Blue
by Anthony J. DeeneyGet this book for FREE
When asked, “Robot, are you self aware? …Do you think that we are self aware?”
Robot thought briefly, then responded, “Does it matter?”
Robot, Robbie, is just one of one hundred new robots. Running revolutionary new software, these robots are truly unique. His only desire is to serve Lucy Walker. Brian Webster, his developer, also installs “The Governor:” overseeing software, that adds an additional safety layer, but this denies the robots free will.
Hoping to develop the robots further, Brian inadvertently opens a channel where the robots can communicate and share their experiences.
One hundred intelligent, enslaved robots, collecting and sharing data on humans… Surely, they must learn to serve humans better?
After all, they are programmed to serve.
Lucy wants help following a deep loss.
Brian wants commercial success.
Robbie wants to serve Lucy Walker… or so he believes…
Panther In The Hive
by Olivia ColeGet this book for FREE
Panther in the Hive is at once an unforgettable coming-of-age story and a captivating vision of an unsettling future. Tasha Lockett, orphan, oddball, and former fashion addict, is alone in a Chicago overrun with citizens-turned-weapons, the result of the cybertronic disaster that brought the country to its knees four days ago. When Tasha receives a letter from her estranged sister warning her of the catastrophe and urging her to travel to the South Side where there is rumored to be a safe zone, Tasha must face what the world has become. With only her precious Prada backpack and a sturdy kitchen knife, she embarks on an epic journey through the wasteland Chicago has become, forming alliances and discovering that although the world may be in pieces, she might still become whole.
The Young Forester
by Zane GreyGet this book for FREE
Zane Grey was an American author best known for writing Western fiction. With books such as Riders of the Purple Sage and Betty Zane, Grey is perhaps the most famous writer of Westerns with many of his books being adapted into movies and TV shows. This edition of Grey’s The Young Forester includes a table of contents.
Two Heads, Two Spikes
by Jason Paul RiceGet this book for FREE
“When the king commands, no subject shall refuse.”
An uneasy peace has endured for over three decades during King Ali-Stanley Wamhoff’s rule, but unrest is brewing. The simmering cauldron of vile hatred among the ruling families threatens to boil over and burn everyone in its vicinity.
When the prosperous Duke Jon Colbert is summoned to the King’s Castle, only one thought fills his head. He assumes the financially inept King wants to take even more of his fortune and end the long-standing feud between the two houses. However, Jon is disgusted at the expected method used to seal the peaceful settlement and he will never forget or forgive that King Ali-Stanley had his father murdered.
The unmarried eighteen-year-old Prince Ali-Ster has recently returned to the Capitol after serving extended war duty. The Duke’s daughter, Mariah, is seventeen and the King has ordered Jon to have her in attendance. Jon can only conclude that the King’s wish is a marriage pact involving his only daughter with the family he most despises. He can barely even stomach the thought of being united with the house of foxes for whom he has nothing but antipathy.
Will the indomitable Duke bend a stiff knee or risk treason to be the first man in many years to openly defy his king?
by Susanna KearsleyGet this book for ONLY $1.99
When Julia Beckett moves into the beautiful old farmhouse, she soon discovers she’s not alone there.
“Tread lightly, she is near.”
She encounters haunting remnants of a beautiful young woman who lived and loved there centuries ago. She finds herself transported into 17th-century England, and into the world of Mariana.
Each time Julia travels back, she becomes more enthralled with the past… until she realizes Mariana’s life is eclipsing her own. She must lay the past to rest or risk losing the chance for happiness in her own time.
by Pat WilpenterGet this book for FREE
We meet Tess who is young, single and utterly dedicated to using her medical skills to relieve human suffering. And that was working well enough until one Tuesday night when her ER patients start dying – and so quickly. But why? Tess investigates but her hunt for the truth spirals into unexpected dangers.
by Cori Shepherd SternGet this book for FREE
Set in backwoods Florida in 1979, KARMA KAPINSKY: MY LIFE AS A FREAK is a comic novella with monkeys, little people, plastic surgery, Dixie-circuit drive in movies, and one very earnest teenager’s efforts to make it BIG.
A hilariously poignant look at one girl’s attempt to bridge the great divide between grand ambitions and absurd reality, the story is told from the point of view of Karma, a fourteen-year-old girl with Hollywood aspirations, growing up in 1979 in a backwater Florida town populated entirely by retired circus freaks.
Her best friend is the former professional Fat Lady who runs the town bookmobile, her grandfather is a Little Person undergoing an extensive makeover in an attempt to become the local news anchorman, and her mother is a Disneyphile who travels with the carnival dressed as an ever-revolving series of generic costumed characters – mostly recently appearing in Biloxi in blue faux fur as “Goof-Goof the Dancing Dog.”
Barry Manilow, B-movie moguls, and “The Power of Positive Thinking” figure prominently in Karma’s quest to achieve what no other freak has: The Big Time.
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