Free fantasy Kindle books for 06 Aug 18

Elmora: Realm Walker Series

by Anna LaVerne

At 30 years old, I thought I had my life under control. The only interesting thing going on was my re-occurring dream of a night out with a tall sexy man.
When he shows up at my door one sleepless night, my world changes. And the most outrageous thing about him? He wasn’t just a manâ?¦he was an Elf. An actual effing elf like Legolas except with short hair and ten times more sexy.
In Elmora I had to come to grips that I did not control my fate. That there was more to who I am than I ever imagined and more men in my life than I ever dreamed possible.

**************This is a full length reverse harem novel.******************
AUTHOR’S NOTE
I want to apologize for releasing a sub-par product in December 2017.
Elmora is my very first venture into writing a book. I am proud of what I have accomplished, and of the story I wrote. What I did not understand was the process of putting a book together and releasing a quality product.
I had it in my head that I could edit and format a book on my own. I have since learned that I cannot edit my own book. For one, I am dyslexic, so I can look at a sentence twenty times and still see no mistakes.
I owe the re-release of this book to the writers and editors in the Penned In Ink group. They all gave me ample advice and support when working on Elmora.
Elmora’s re-release also hinged on the amazing editing talents of Michelle’s Edits. She held my hand and watched me carefully baby step my way into becoming an author. For that I will be forever grateful. Thank you, Michelle!



Hartmann the Anarchist

by Edward Fawcett

Dirigibles, Zeppelins, Airships, Blimps – whatever you want to call them there’s no doubt these inflatable monsters of the sky exert a deep fascination for fans of aviation and modern day “Steam Punks” everywhere. Well, this book is where it all began!

Hartmann the Anarchist was originally published in 1892 when Edward Douglas Fawcett was 16 years old and has been out of print for more than 100 years. In it, Fawcett’s imagination creates “The Attila” from a wondrous new form of lighter-than-air metal, canvas and ships’ rigging and has it piloted by Rudolph Hartmann, one of the most fiendish villains in literary history, raining pitiless death and destruction from the skies on Parliament, St Pauls and the City. Just 20 years later, Fawcett’s apocalyptic vision came true when German zeppelins bombed London.

Hartmann the Anarchist is a man who harnesses the power of science, engineering and Victorian ingenuity – only to use it for diabolical means although some might argue his choice of targets is understandable.

Keep watching the skies, comrades!



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