Welcome to today’s Delivered to My Kindle! Let me say again: Keep in mind that some ebooks are only free for a week or two and then they cost money, so you must be quick about it if you want to own these without subtracting from your wallet. DISCLAIMER: I don’t know how good these books actually are, all I know is that they sound interesting and they’re free.
Everflame by Dylan Peters: This one just sounds completely exciting. It’s not often you find a fantasy book without erotica for free on Amazon. It has a Lord of the Rings feel to it. I can’t wait to read this one! First, I have to knock out some of my to-read list first.
Description: Long ago, when the earth was young… Four ancient beings created man to be the bastion of the earth and its creatures. But when The Great Tyrant came and chased The Ancients away, the world was transformed into a place of fear and isolation. Over time humans lost the connection they had with a world they had been created to protect. Now, deep in the forests that surround Gray Mountain, two bears find a small child that is abandoned and left for dead. They name him Evercloud, and raise him as a member of their kingdom. Teaching him the secrets of the elders, they tell him of the ancient beings that created man and the rumors of their return. Evercloud must now go on a quest to return The Ancients to power. However, in another corner of the land, a man known only as The Messenger travels the land under a white hood, on a mission to prevent the return of The Ancients. We follow the paths each of these men take until their stories collide in an epic battle of good versus evil.
Origins (Spinward Fringe) by Randolph Lalonde: Origins has more of a sci-fi theme. It’s another one I’m looking forward to reading. I feel lucky today!
Description: It is the distant future and one man, Jonas Valent, is letting his life slip by. He is employed by Freeground station as a port traffic controller, a job he took after completing a tour in the military. His only real joy in life is his participation in true-to-life military simulations with a cadre of friends who come together regularly to defeat challenges made to test the brightest military cadets and officers alike. These restricted scenarios stand as an addictive preoccupation that is so enticing that they ignore the potential repercussions of breaking in to participate.
When someone betrays their identities to the Freeground Fleet Admiralty, Jonas and his friends are faced with a far greater challenge: to venture out into the more populated regions of the galaxy to acquire technology and knowledge. They are tasked with laying the groundwork for the Freeground Nation in their efforts to reconnect with the rest of humanity, and to secure the armaments they might need to defend themselves from encroaching enemies.
Spinward Fringe Broadcast 0: Origins is a collected trilogy that chronicles the early adventures of an ambitious crew. Their leader, Jonas Valent, has the least to lose and everything to gain as he tells the tale of his first tour as Captain of a ship tasked with making allies and discovering new technologies for the good of his people. This simple mission becomes more complicated as the crew ventures further into the settled fringes of the galaxy.
This trilogy spawned the best selling Spinward Fringe eBook series. This is where it all began, when one man was challenged to aspire for more than an idle life.
A Space Opera Adventure enjoyed across the globe by all ages.
In other news, I think I found the book’s blog here: The Online Home of Randolph Lalonde.
Invisible (Ivy Malone Mystery Series #1) by Lorena McCourtney: Based on the comments, I infer that this book is Christian fiction, but it still seems like a good read to me. However, it only has three stars on Goodreads; therefore, read with caution.
Description: She’s not your average crime fighter! Meet Ivy Malone, an inconspicuous older woman who has a mutant curiosity gene that often lands her in trouble. Unlike most women her age, she snoops and pries her gray-haired self into one hilarious escapade after another. So when vandals romp through the local cemetery, Ivy can’t help but put her snooping eyes to work as she launches her own unofficial investigation. Despite her unconventional sleuthing, Ivy soon becomes discouraged by her failure to turn up any solid clues. And after Ivy witnesses something ominous and unexplained, she can’t resist putting her investigative powers to work again. Even the authorities’ attempts to keep her out of danger and her nosy neighbor’s match-making schemes can’t slow Ivy down. But will the determination that fuels this persistent, spunky sleuth threaten her very safety? “I laughed out loud. McCourtney’s charming mystery debuts a voice both enchanting and startling.”-Colleen Coble, author of Without a Trace “McCourtney’s skill at blending whimsy, quirks, and questions into a lead character makes Invisible a must read.”-Lois Richer, author of Dangerous Sanctuary “Invisible is a treat! Ivy Malone is a heroine with spunk and determination!”-Carol Cox, author of A Stitch in Time
Enjoy reading. Hopefully, I’ve found some good ones today ^_^