Here is today's selection of bargain Kindle books!
Zombie Fallout, by Mark Tufo. (Still free?)
This zombie classic has over 350 five-star reviews... and is free today!
"Working as both straight up survival fiction and comedy, Mark Tufo's FALLOUT is a gory, laugh out loud tale of a community of heroes, cowards and misfits struggling against zombies. Tufo's unlikely hero is one of the funniest and most endearing characters I've seen in zombie fiction." - Craig DiLouie, author of TOOTH AND NAIL and THE INFECTION
326 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 500 reviews.
How (Not) to Kiss a Toad (Cindy Eller #1), by Elizabeth A Reeves. (Still 0.99?)
Toads, cupcakes, romance, magic and ice cream... what more could you want? This delightful read is 99 cents today!
"I found the characters believable and pleasant. I kind of felt bad for the guy who became the super toad. I always did go for the bad boys. I have decided that I really need some of these recipes and will be actively searching for some of them. I drooled over the cupcakes and the ice cream as well as the characters. During my reading I expected the typical love story and was thrown off balance by the twist that the author threw at me. I was still happy.
The book was very difficult to put down and kept me up all night long. This book earned 5 out of 5 for me and I will happily share it with others." -- Amazon reviewer
314 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 91 reviews.
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Cold Equations: The Persistence of Memory: Book One, by David Mack. (Still 0.99?)
This well-written book has over 70 five-star reviews. 99 cents today.
"With The Persistence of Memory, David Mack again proves that he is a writer's writer. What I mean when I say that is that there are a fairly large number of authors (not naming names) who tell excellent stories, are popular with readers, and sell a lot of books, but aren't what I would call technically adept. They often overuse the to-be verb, or their descriptions aren't quite adequate to convey the scene, or they focus too much on exposition. Maybe the average reader doesn't notice these things, but when you write for a living, you're aware of them and you appreciate it when you discover an author who spends the time and effort on their craft to make it as near-flawless as possible. David Mack is one of those exceptional authors who has honed his pros to a point that puts other professionals to shame. I've read many of his other Star Trek books, and I'm always left with the feeling that we're lucky to have him as a Star Trek author, because authors of his caliber don't associate with tie-in fiction." -- Amazon reviewer
400 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 106 reviews.
The Arrangement, by H.M. Ward. (Still 0.99?)
Volume 1 in a serial, this short book is the first segment in the steamy Arrangement series.
"I need to read them all like now! Loved the plot and the characters. Great story now onto the second book!" -- Amazon reviewer
118 pages, with a 4-star rating from 251 reviews.