[Art from Fell Winter in e-books]
• At Paizo: "Best Served Cold - Chapter Two: Worse Than the Disease" by Ari Marmell. Fantasy.
"The faintest shower of sleet, scarcely more than an icy fog, began to fall over the battlefield that had been the town of Kelbran. Just another instance of the peculiar freezes and unnatural weather afflicting eastern Touvette in recent months, but this time—as visibility grew cloudy and the churned muck of the earth thickened—it almost seemed a harbinger of the oncoming stranger."
• At Amazon: Nine Steps to Sara by Lisa Olsen. Ghost. [via Pixel of Ink]
• At Amazon: Anon by Peter Giglio. Horror. Thriller. [via Pixel of Ink]
At Free eBooks Daily:
- The Lost Tribe by Peter Ivey. Fantasy.
- The Magekiller by Sarah Chapman. Fantasy.
- Fell Winter by AJ Cooper. Fantasy.
- Another Way To Bleed by Susan Harris . Vampire.
- Displaced by J.F. Jenkins. Science Fiction.
- The Return by Melissa Douthit. YA Fantasy.
- Untold Fate by Allison Watson. YA Supernatural Thriller.
- November in Salem : The Bargain of Witches by L.C. Russell. YA Paranormal Romance.
- Close Up the Sky by James L. Ferrell. Time Travel.
- The Fathergod Experiment by L. A. Taylor.
- Gray Skies by Brian Spangler. Science Fiction.
- The Robinsons' Dark Matter by Michael Raymond. YA Science Fiction
- Nirvana Effect by Craig Gehring. Science Fiction Thriller.
- Sleepytown 2020 by Tina Mavrikidis. Science Fiction.
- Evadere by Sara V. Zook. Fantasy Romance.
- The Exile's Violin by R.S. Hunter. Fantasy.
- "The Invasion of Dryreach" by Paige Williams. Adventure.
- "Hallowed (Waters Dark and Deep #1)" by Monica Leonelle.
- "Metal In The Moonlight" by Matthew Gill. Science Fiction.
- "Apocalypse 2073 (Volume 1) - The Prophecy" by Parker James. Science Fiction.
- Bandwagon by Andrew Fish. Science Fiction. Humor. 90k words.
- The Forgotten (The Lux Guardians, #1) by Saruuh Kelsey. YA Science Fiction.
• At Pseudopod: "Riding Atlas" by Ferrett Steinmetz. Horror.
"‘Neither of you have eaten or drunk anything for twenty-four hours?' Ryan asked, hauling equipment into the room: sloshing plastic buckets, packs of hypodermic needles, coils of tubing, straps. 'And no drugs in your system? This is a pure trip. Just two bloods commingling. Any impurities will stop Atlas from getting inside you.'"