Free fiction Kindle books for 30 Jun 18

Dead Dog (Zombie Dog Series Book 2)

by Doug Goodman

Trust your dog, trust your dog, trust your dog, but never trust a zombie.

Angie Graves and her dog, Murder, are known for their ability to hunt zombies. They are brought to Big Bend National Park to help solve a missing persons case involving the undead. In this remote corner of the United States, they will track the zombies through a vast park the size of Rhode Island and full of deserts and canyons. It is a daunting task. Angie’s faith in Murder’s abilities will be tested. Can she trust her dog?

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Trivia about Dead Dog:

-This book was inspired by my encounter with a dead dog while I was on a walk at Christmas time.

-Also, my dog was getting older, and I was starting to think about what happens to dogs when they die and to the people they know. He has passed away since.

-An early scene where Angie and the other searchers are working through heavy brush was inspired by search training I have done in the Houston area. As most SAR volunteers know too well, the brush in the Houston area gets really thick, and the thorns can get nasty. Wild pigs are a dangerous nuisance and something every SAR worker is aware of if they come from that part of Texas.

-The winding drive to get to incident command was inspired by an actual search.

-The friction between teams is also partially inspired by teams in Houston. We are all big hearted people devoted to finding lost people, and sometimes our approach philosophies can cause us to have to reconsider our priorities, but everyone I have worked with has been very professional and focused. The part where a search is interrupted by untrained search and rescue volunteers on ATVs was also inspired by actual events.

-I got the idea for the construction company search because Mojo and I participated in several training sessions in a construction company’s lot.

-I decided to set the mystery in Big Bend National Park because I had recently camped a week in Big Bend National Park and fell in love with its solitude. I immediately envisioned a long, multi-day tracking a lost person throughout the enormous park. Some of the trails and areas I have visited, such as the Dagger Flats trail and Mule Ears, enter directly into the story. At Dagger Flats, there really is this giant forest of yucca, which gives off an alien landscape vibe. You should visit this park.

-There is a history of ghosts in the Big Bend area, and ghosts are associated with The Wild Hunt. The Wild Hunt is a European folk myth tradition involving a ghostly or supernatural group of huntsmen passing in wild pursuit. The hunters are often the dead, sometimes an unidentified spirit or lost soul. Seeing the Wild Hunt was thought to presage some catastrophe such as war or plague, or at best the death of the one who witnessed it.

-Some character names in the series are taken from Texas towns because I enjoy weekend trips through small Texas towns.

Cartwright’s Cavaliers (The Revelations Cycle Book 1)

by Mark Wandrey

*** 2017 Dragon Award Finalist for Best Military Scifi ***

Heir to one of the leading “Four Horsemen” mercenary companies, Jim Cartwright is having a bad year. Having failed his high school VOWS tests, he’s just learned his mother bankrupted the family company before disappearing, robbing him of his Cavalier birthright.

But the Horsemen of eras past were smartâ??they left a legacy of equipment Jim can use to complete the next contract and resurrect the company. It’s up to Jim to find the people he needs to operate the machinery of war, train them, and lead them to victory. If he’s good enough, the company can still be salvaged.

But then again, he’s never been good enough.

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Free non-fiction Kindle books for 30 Jun 18

From Fear to Freedom, My Journey: 3 Steps to Overcome Your Past and Find Freedom

by Hena Husain

Is fear holding you back from achieving your goals in health, wealth, and relationships?

It took me decades to understand how the trauma of my past was affecting my self-esteem, my ongoing relationships, and my personal happiness. Even once I reached this understanding, it still took me years to find a way to truly overcome these horrific experiences. To realize that I had a choice, and that choice could be happiness. To forgive and move on.

I don’t want other victims to live their lives in fear.

This is why I’ve written about my experiences of trauma and overcoming in my forthcoming book: From Fear to Freedom: My Journey – 3 Steps to Overcome Your Past and Find Freedom

This book was written for 3 people:

  • Those who have experienced abuse
  • Those ready to overcome their past and find true freedom
  • Loved ones of victims wishing to help through their healing process
  • In this book, I share with you my journey and the unique and powerful tools I used to heal myself of my past. Whoever picks up this book can apply the 3-step process I’ve outlined to be able to overcome their fears and lead joyful, fulfilled lives.

    Wherever you are in this journey to healing, I encourage you to take the next step forward.

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Free war Kindle books for 30 Jun 18

Memoriam: 100 Poems 100 Years

by Martin Rowe

‘Memoriam’ is a collection of one hundred World War One poems commemorating 100 years since the end of that so called ‘Great War’ in November 1918.

Each poem has been written to deal with a variety of themes such as love, honour, futility, abandonment and waste. Equally no two poems are the same, and while many are set in the trenches of the western front many more are set in different time zones, different places and from different perspectives honouring the far reaching nature and indeed consequences of this war to end all wars.

On a personal note I would like to think that this small poetry collection might serve to bring this most tragic of conflicts to the attention of a new generation. My contribution if you will to the many works already in print that remind us all of the importance of remembrance lest we forget.

For we forget at our peril.

Vampires of World War Two

by Stephen Sanford

Vampires of World War two is a short story of how British intelligence might have used the fear of undead to instill terror and misdirection into German Forces prior to the June 6th, 1944 invasion of Normandy. There is documented evidence of German troops using wooden bullets against allied soldiers on the western front. Did they use wooden bullets because of a Vampire scare concocted by British intelligence?
Vampires of World War two shows how such a physiological warfare operation might have been carried out against the Germans. While a fictional short story, there is enough historical evidence to conclude it was possible. Fiction? Decide for yourself.

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Something Borrowed

by Lexi Ostrow

Adrianna couldn’t be happier for her best friend, even if she’d been a bridezilla. When a last minute issue prevents the best man from arriving on time, her best friend’s older brother, Jaxon, stands in for him and walks Adrianna down the aisle. A borrowed Best Man turns into a romantic encounter that is quickly complicated thanks to his career in the Marines.

Jaxon wasn’t ready for Adrianna. He’d watched her grow up, and yet, he hadn’t truly seen her until she’d met him at the end of the aisle in a pale purple dress. Years of a semi-friendship flamed into a one-night stand he didn’t want to lose. His world was difficult, but he knew it was better with her in it.

What started as a simple wedding partnering was quickly turning into love. Communication and a short visit prove to Jaxon and Adrianna they were meant to be. They’ll just have to make it to the end of Jaxon’s deployment to see what something borrowed can really turn into.

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Free historical fiction Kindle books for 30 Jun 18

Bride Tree (Secrets of Versailles Book 2)

by JP Robinson

The year is 1789. France is reeling under the impact of a civil war between its social classes. When a secret agent from Rome joins forces with a vindictive politician bent on revenge, the stage is set for an explosive outcome that will shake the country to its core.

Meanwhile, Queen Marie-Antoinette engages the help of her lady-in-waiting, Viviane de Lussan, in a desperate battle to keep her throne… and her head. But how can she win a struggle she seems fated to lose?

Amid the chaos of the revolution, Viviane’s heart is torn between a nobleman who sacrifices everything for her and a peasant who promises true freedom.

Saturated with suspense and lavish detail, Bride Tree combines  elements of alternative history with Biblical allegory. The result is a  romantic thriller that will grab you by the heart and never let go.

Washita!: Weird Custer

by William Sumrall

In the historical fiction, “WASHITA! Weird Custer” the author draws heavily from historical anecdotes and completely jumps the rail with his speculations as to what really occurred on the Washita that early November morning, back in 1868.

In WASHITA! Weird Custer, the author resurrects a retinue of colorful villains from the dustbins of history. The conniving, self serving General William Tecumseh Sherman, General “Little Phil” Sheridan, and the schizophrenic President Andrew Johnson just to name a few.

No Weird Custer novel would be complete without the Custer women – here, as you’ve never seen them before!

Custerphiles and Custerphobes! Set aside your bickering and come join the party! You’ve all been educated as to what one establishment or another wants you to think about the Massacre at the Washita. Now, come along and see it from Sumrall’s point of view…

November, 1868 finds peace loving, Army fearing Chief Black Kettle startled from beneath his buffalo fur blankets in the warmth of his tepee. Once more, the bane of the Cheyenne – George Armstrong Custer, arrives unannounced and uninvited to a little “pow wow” of his own machinations.

Custer finds more than he bargained for in the infamous attack on the unsuspecting village, when he rifles through loot stolen from the homesteads of murdered settlers.

The historical fiction sheds light on the schizophrenic, bi-polar President Johnson – under pressure to take action against the depredations of the Cheyenne. He chooses Custer to be the instrument of his corrective policy.

Undermanned and outgunned, the exasperated General Sheridan receives news from General Sherman that he is about to receive a massive infusion of arms and soldiers, with Lieutenant Colonel Custer as the leader of the attack force.

Deep inside the Oklahoma Indian Territory, Chief Black Kettle can’t control his restless young braves, who return from another raid on homesteads – loaded with scalps, loot, and captives. The pacifistic chief, along with his peace loving co-chief Little Rock are worried. Black Kettle is concerned that the Army may attack at anytime; he’s paranoid – and he needs to be. He decides to relocate his camp the following morning.

Custer’s wife, Elizabeth and his sister, Margaret hold down the fort back in Fort Dodge, Kansas. But they don’t do it alone – they’ve got their close friend Beverly and their maid – the escaped former slave, Eliza.

The moving orb of oscillating colors that was present on the morning of the attack has often been ascribed to being the planet Venus – the Morning Star. But was it really? Or could it have been something else…

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Free world literature Kindle books for 30 Jun 18

ЧоÑ?аÑ?а (Russian Edition)

by Ð?ладимиÑ? Ð?вгенÑ?евиÑ? Ð?абоÑ?инский

Рассказ Ð?ладимиÑ?а Ð?вгенÑ?евиÑ?а Ð?абоÑ?инского (1880â??1940), впеÑ?вÑ?е опÑ?бликованнÑ?й в 1898 годÑ?.

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Free poetry Kindle books for 30 Jun 18

Mother Nature: Earth Bleeding Tears (Mother Nature Anthology Book 1)

by Nicole D’Settemi

Mother Nature, I of III part series is a profound lyrical work by poet and author Nicole D. This is her fifth poetry collection released to date, and centers around many of her original themes of dug abuse. recovery, addiction,. toxic love, feminism and more.
The collection provides crisp, lush visuals alongside the themes, with lyric and stanza pieces dominating the batch of poems. Her metaphoric talent shine brightest in this epical collection, and her rhymes and rhythm are at their absolute peak! This unique collection includes classics such as “Prism of Panic,” and “Distorted Rainbow,” intermixed with the “Route to all Evil Quartet,” “Eyes Leaking Blood,” and “The Long Road,” to name just a few!

GREEN BONES AND STONE: Some very short stories, a few poems and sporatic mumblings

by Don Simmons

Caught in the middle of a turtle stampede,
he knew his death would be a slow one.

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H.P. Lovecraft: The Complete Collection

by H. P. Lovecraft

Howard Phillips Lovecraft was an American author of fantasy, horror and science fiction.
He is notable for blending elements of science fiction and horror; and for popularizing “cosmic horror”: the notion that some concepts, entities or experiences are barely comprehensible to human minds, and those who delve into such risk their sanity. Lovecraft has become a cult figure in the horror genre and is noted as creator of the “Cthulhu Mythos,” a series of loosely interconnected fictions featuring a “pantheon” of nonhuman creatures, as well as the famed Necronomicon, a grimoire of magical rites and forbidden lore. His works typically had a tone of “cosmic pessimism,” regarding mankind as insignificant and powerless in the universe.
Lovecraft’s readership was limited during his life, and his works, particularly early in his career, have been criticized as occasionally ponderous, and for their uneven quality. Nevertheless, Lovecraft’s reputation has grown tremendously over the decades, and he is now commonly regarded as one of the most important horror writers of the 20th Century, exerting an influence that is widespread, though often indirect.

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Free travel Kindle books for 30 Jun 18

Formidable Things: Australia’s Most Haunted

by Sherri Granato

Australia has the motherlode of dark secrets. One of those highly concealed discretions falls just a notch below what one would expect to locate when entering the realms of hell, although by outside appearances that wicked place sit’s nestled, surrounded by farmland and orchards. The house of human experimentation and torture treatments was once known as the Mayday Hills Mental Hospital. The mammoth institution with the dark and diabolical history is now one of the most haunted locations on the entire continent. Once the eerie sounds of night settle in, ghost tours are a favored activity at the asylum. You will travel down the path where the supernatural thrives at not only the bewitching hour, but all hours in between. Surgeries, procedures, tales, legends, myths, history, and ghost sightings will all be covered, some of the stories are so graphic and shocking that your mind will tend to drift off into their world, taking you to a place that you never realized you could attain.

Bullet Proof Travels

by Patrick Burke


That’s what this book aims to help you do. Bullet Proof Travels is broken down into four sections:
Part 1: A unique step by step approach to planning your trips.
Part 2: Unplanned situations and how to deal with them.
Part 3: Adjusting back to life after a trip
Part 4: Finding new and better ways to travel.


Travel is overrated.

There, I said it. We tend to romanticize travel as this mythical life changing experience. The person you are when you get back will be totally different. You won’t be. The feeling you have about being cultured, renewed, and a little enlightened? Cool. Good for you. You can get that same feeling from a good movie.

Did you have a broken heart before you left? You probably still have one.

Did you think you were going to find true love on this trip? Doubtful.

Are you still out of shape with terrible habits? Yea, maybe even a bit worse off from the trip.

If you had a good trip, you probably learned a bit about yourself, what you’re capable of, and caught a glimpse of the person you could be and want to be.



Our world has a country , town, and the beautiful tourist places of interest in multiple locations.
This photo book provides the basic information of various countries, such as the country’s name and place tourism English.
Which will help get us ready to chat with people from all over the world.
So let everyone come with an open mind to learn the English language and the world give together. Ready to explore the beautiful places around the world.



Our world has a country , town, and the beautiful tourist places of interest in multiple locations.
This photo book provides the basic information of various countries, such as the country’s name and place tourism English.
Which will help get us ready to chat with people from all over the world.
So let everyone come with an open mind to learn the English language and the world give together. Ready to explore the beautiful places around the world.

20 things to do in Nagpur (20 Things (Discover India) Book 17)

by David Riley

Nagpur is one of the largest cities in the Indian state of Maharashtra, and is often known as the “Orange city” for the famous and delicious Nagpur Oranges.  Apart from juicy oranges, the city has a lot to offer: from its historic and cultural past, to the modern day temples; from the 11 lakes in the city, to the wildlife sanctuaries around it; Nagpur truly is a place to visit and experience for oneself.

This book takes on an attempt to uncover some of the things that you can do, and places you can visit in the city, in the form of â??20 things to do’ in Nagpur.  So enjoy the list, and pack your bags for a tour to the “orange city” of Nagpur, to experience it all with your own eyes.

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Free science fiction Kindle books for 30 Jun 18

Dronewala: A Desi Sci-Fi Short

by a fazoolboi

A short story set in mid-21st century Pakistan about a moonlighting drone courier who stumbles upon a biotech crime conspiracy…

Strong/dark themes and strong language.

If you enjoy it, please leave a review or rating – it’ll be a huge help to this new author!

Earth Alone (Earthrise Book 1)

by Daniel Arenson

They came from deep space. They came to destroy us.

Fifty years ago, bloodthirsty aliens devastated the Earth. Most of humanity perished. We fell into darkness.

But now we rise from the ashes. Now we fight back.

Marco Emery was born into the war. After his mother is killed, he joins the Human Defense Force, Earth’s ragtag army. Emery must survive basic training, become a soldier, and finally face the aliens in battle.

Against the alien onslaught, Earth stands alone. But we will fight. We will rise. We will win.

If you loved Ender’s Game, Starship Troopers, and Old Man’s War, you’ll love Earthrise, a new military science fiction series. From a USA Today bestselling author.


by Sean Burgoon

Betrayed and abandoned by her dead father’s mutinous crew, Jules finds herself stranded on a dingy dive-planet in the galactic fringe with nothing but her loyal robot companion and an all-consuming obsessionâ??find a ship, hunt down her old comrades, and reclaim her birthright as Captain of the Blackstar, the most feared pirate vessel in the known galaxy. Even so, Jules must put that obsession on hold as she stumbles into a clandestine plot involving the warmongering, yet questionably competent Bugg Imperium, and a pair of freelance, dimension-hopping smugglers in way over their heads.

Meanwhile, Marshal Blake has a problem. Reports are coming in that a handful of fringe-world miners were crushed to death under a two-ton juvenile snargle. This wouldn’t be a particular problemâ??excepting of course for the minersâ??if it weren’t for one inescapably difficult detail: snargles don’t exist. Add to that a litany of unexplained events including disappearing space-liners, marauding ghost pirates, and a resurgent has-been entrepreneur with newly acquired and highly suspect financial backing, and Blake’s little corner of the galaxy is about to get awfully complicated. Either way, it’s up to Blake and his new Deputy in training to unravel the mystery before someone or something tears the very fabric of reality apartâ?¦ that is assuming they can do so without infringing on any of the non-specific, often self-destructive freedoms held in such high esteem by their bosses on Liberteria.

Inspired by the likes of THE HITCHHIKER’S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY, Terry Pratchett’s DISCWORLD series, and Joss Whedon’s FIREFLY, WARPED is a lovingly crafted work of satirical science-fantasy adventure from debut author Sean Burgoon.

The Aurora City (Cassiopia series standalone Book 4)

by E.R. Mason

Alien creatures are set to invade and overrun Earth. The secret to stopping them may be hidden within a mysterious computer that can only be accessed through the use of a strange, sometimes deadly sensesuit. Join Cassiopia Cassell and Scott Markman as they are drawn into a dangerous world filled with mystery, intrigue, and well-kept secrets that could save Earth from a bizarre annihilation.

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Get Started With Crypto: The definitive guide to buying Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies

by Ethan Banks

Cryptocurrency is becoming a huge industry. Bitcoin, Ethereum and many other coins have seen huge increases in value as the popularity of this technology has grown.

But for those who want to get involved, it can be hard to know where to begin. This book covers all aspects of buying, storing and selling crypto so that it is easily understandable for beginners.

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