New Releases on Kindle

Included in this post are relatively new Kindle book releases by independent authors in a variety of genres: I’m certain you will find something to enjoy in the offerings below. Also, similar to what I tell you in the daily posts, while the pricing is valid at the time of this posting, please make sure you check the pricing carefully before you press the “buy” button as it could change at any time!

The Dream Traveler Apocalypse

Author: Sarah Noffke

Genre: Fantasy

Free via Kindle Unlimited: Yes

Regular Price: $2.99
Today’s Price: $0.99

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Book Description:

The most powerful organization in the world is about to suffer the worst attack in history.

The Lucidites, a powerful race of Dream Travelers, have enemies and they are tired of them reigning supreme.

The Lucidites, using their vast resources and super powers, have been protecting the world for decades. The problem with that is those who crave power and are fueled by greed have never been able to fully succeed.

Not with the Lucidites policing the world.

A deadly series of attacks send the Lucidites scrambling to protect their headquarters, their people and the innocent caught in the crossfire.

It’s time that all the powerful Dream Travelers come together to fight an evil that’s grown too powerful and threatens the planet itself.

In this Avenger-like installment, multiple Dream Travelers from across many of the series band together to overcome monsters that seek to erase the future of the human race. Will the Lucidites save the day before it’s too late?

Click here to pick up your copy of The Dream Traveler Apocalypse in the Amazon Kindle store.

The Devil in the Red Dirt

Author: Michael P. Smith

Genre: Historical Fiction

Free via Kindle Unlimited: Yes

Regular Price: $3.99
Today’s Price: $0.99

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Book Description:

Australia, 1963. When a sinister series of murders are covered up by the police, two broken detectives step forward to end the injustice. They must contend with their personal demons while navigating a war for control of the city’s criminal underworld if they are to bring an end to the Devil in the red dirt, a killer who embodies the spirit of cultural and social cleansing.

This book features colourful language and several incidents of cold and uncaring characters doing cold and uncaring things. Not for the faint of heart.

Click here to pick up your copy of The Devil in the Red Dirt in the Amazon Kindle store.

Coldsmith

Author: Ron Schwab

Genre: Western

Free via Kindle Unlimited: Yes

Regular Price: $0.99
Today’s Price: $0.99

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Book Description:

After years of running away from a tragic past, featuring detours as a soldier, cowhand, and deputy sheriff, Rance Coldsmith hoped to make a new life as a “cowman” with a small ranch in the Nebraska Sandhills. On a late summer evening in 1877, as he decides to investigate the smoke plumes rising from a neighboring farm, his life will change forever.

Treacherous snowstorms, countless cattle rustlers, and a notorious Texas rancher looking to make a new fortune in the Sandhills all stand in the way of Rance living a quiet life as a cowman and—sooner than he expected—family man.

Overflowing with frontier adventure, as Rance takes up the badge again, Ron Schwab’s latest novel is a captivating Western you won’t soon forget!

Click here to pick up your copy of Coldsmith in the Amazon Kindle store.

Fruit of the Poisonous Tree

Author: Norm Harris

Genre: Thriller

Free via Kindle Unlimited: Yes

Regular Price: $3.99
Today’s Price: $0.99

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Book Description:

A female lawyer must prove a war hero’s innocence. Navy SEALs hijack a Russian warship to stop a North Korean missile crisis.

Every now and again, a unique story comes our way, a story unlike any we may have read before. Such is “Fruit of the Poisonous Tree,” author Norm Harris’s first critically acclaimed mystery/thriller. The story’s focal point is Faydra “Spider” Green, a dedicated Navy lawyer who has lived her life in the shadows of a great and powerful man: her father, former President of the United States William Green. Green cannot heal the wound in his relationship with his daughter. His former power and influence curse Faydra and cause her to wonder if her accomplishments were her own doing.

Faydra is anxious and excited as she undertakes her first homicide investigation: the murder of a Navy SEAL. She reasons a successful investigation will provide her the opportunity to validate her sense of self-worth. Thanks to her remarkable deductive abilities, Faydra soon realizes the accused man, a Special Ops Marine war hero, may be innocent and the Navy is using her as a pawn in a complex cover-up.

Meanwhile, a seasoned Navy Sea Captain, Egan Fletcher, a single parent, struggles to balance his Navy career with raising a son. When the Navy purposefully pairs him with Faydra in a meeting, the two Navy officers embark on an adrenaline-pumping adventure. It is a top-secret mission-impossible taking them around the world in an attempt to avert a catastrophic act of terrorism in the form of a biological war.

Set against the dramatic backdrop of Washington State’s Puget Sound and the mystique of East Asia, Fadra’s story revolves around a woman who appears to be as pure as the driven snow—yet, she is driven by an insatiable need to complete any assignment, no matter how dangerous. Along the way, she transforms into a symbol of hope, perseverance, and a woman’s ability to overcome life-threatening events.

Click here to pick up your copy of Fruit of the Poisonous Tree in the Amazon Kindle store.

Globetrotter: From Pioneer Digital Nomad to World’s Most Traveled Man

Author: Ian Boudreault

Genre: Memoirs and Biographies

Free via Kindle Unlimited: Yes

Regular Price: $5.99
Today’s Price:$0.99

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Book Description:

The Christopher Columbus of the 2000s. – A true and breathtaking story of dedication, perseverance, and innovation in entrepreneurship and alternative living. A testimony of how to push the limits of human curiosity to new boundaries.

What could you possibly learn from over twenty years spent circling around the globe, seventeen of them non-stop as a self-made digital entrepreneur? How much could your life change from exploring every single country of the world, a total of 230 countries including every single one of the 195 recognized by the United Nations? This is the account of an incredible journey with twists, turns, and perpetual adventures! Seventeen years living and working from a carry-on backpack, having only the bare essentials to live comfortably, along with a home office to fund travels through the wonder of passive income. The story of how a man destined to a promising engineering career became troubled by the prospect of living the rat race through a nine to five routine, triggering his nomadic instincts to choose a life where he dedicated every single day of his existence to living, breathing and experiencing freedom, adventure and wonder.

An inspiring testimony of alternative ways to live life outside the beaten track that we’ve always known. A reflection on the level of freedom one can enjoy when granting himself the right to do so. A thirst for knowledge guided by a desire to encounter fellow citizens of the world, from tribesmen to royalty, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, by means of land, sea and air. A journey motivated by only one desire; discover the unknown and to live every single day as if it was the last.

Giving up the security and comfort of western civilization is not the most intuitive thing to do. This is the story of a lifetime wanderlust dreamer who decides to throw away his freshly earned engineering diploma to risk an extraordinary path through life. The concept of online entrepreneurship was still unknown at the time, when this dreamer decided to pioneer a new lifestyle and go “all in” with a digital nomad set-up to fund his love of traveling. A journey that would slowly but surely guide him to and through every country of the world.

A long voyage that invariably brought a catalog of juicy unexpected anecdotes. His habit to always test the territory and socialize in the most diverse situations brought him to infiltrate tribes in Africa, the Middle East and the Pacific Islands, join the ranks of surf communities on the most remote seas, and even share meals with Mongolian Nomads as well as Afghan ministers. His unorthodox style of traveling brought him to navigate the seven seas from cargo ships to yachts, crossing international borders through Jungles on motorbikes, and even boarding intercontinental trains through tens of thousands of kilometers, many times bringing him face to face with the reality of the world such as the horrors of war in Syria, Yemen, and Iraq, while escaping the hands of terrorism on several occasions.

This is the story of a restless adventurer with a zest for life.

Click here to pick up your copy of Globetrotter: From Pioneer Digital Nomad to World’s Most Traveled Man in the Amazon Kindle store.

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