Freebie Friday!

Good morning, and welcome to Freebie Friday! I've put together a list of free reads I think might be of interest to my fellow wanderers through the ruins, so take a look, click through, and stock your digital library today . . .

Available via AMAZON

Draculas (A Novel of Terror) by Crouch, Kilborn, Strand, and Wilson - Within these pages, you will find no black capes, no satin-lined coffins, no brooding heartthrobs who want to talk about your feelings. Forget sunlight and stakes. Throw out your garlic and your crosses. This is the Anti-TWILIGHT.

Starliner by David Drake - The Empress of Earth: Finest passenger liner in the galaxy, brightest link in the chain that binds the starflung civilization of the 23rd century, and neutral pawn in an interstellar war!

Run by Blake Crouch - For fans of Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and Thomas Harris, picture this: a landscape of American genocide...

Plague Zone by David Wellington - There are a million zombies in the Seattle Plague Zone. Tim needs to find and kill just one. In the midst of world-wide apocalypse, there are still some things a man has to do. Like get vengeance for his lost family.

Hard Duty: Merkiaari Wars 1 by Mark E. Cooper - Humanity's last encounter with aliens saw sixteen point two billion people killed in a war with the Merkiaari that had spanned decades.

Available via Kobo Books

Revenant - Book One of The Tatterdemon Trilogy by Steve Vernon - In 1691 the town of Crossfall taught the witch Thessaly how to die. They beat her, they shot her, they hung her - but nothing worked.

The Weight of Blood - The Half-Orcs, Book 1 by David DalglishFantasy author David Dalglish begins his series of the half-orc brothers, whose struggles will soon bathe the land of Dezrel in demon fire…

Fat Vampire by Johnny B. TruantWhen overweight treadmill salesman Reginald Baskin finally meets a co-worker who doesn't make fun of him, it's just his own bad luck that tech guy Maurice turns out to be a two thousand-year-old vampire.

Snowman Shivers: Scary Snowmen Tales by Mark Leslie If you have ever cast an uncomfortable glance over your shoulder when passing the silent snowy sentinels that stand looking at you as you pass on the icy sidewalk . . .