Freebies from my Amazon Wishlist

I just realized Amazon reinstated the sort low to high feature so guess what I can do now?! Yes, here are today's freebies from my shamefully long, very eclectic wishlist! Hopefully there's a little freebie goodness for everyone. Grab 'em while they're free and/or on sale!

36681849FREE! Horror/Fantasy/Paranormal

The world is lying to you. Is that news? It must be very upsetting. 

Richard Fitcher found it upsetting.

He’s a witch hunter who doesn’t believe in witches, and tonight he’s taking a reporter and her cameraman on a witch hunt. He’s all ready to jazz it up with spooky noises and a gimmicky magic ritual that locates witches. People like that kind of crap, right? But there’s a problem.

It worked this time.

So now Richard is forced to call up old knowledge and power he didn’t believe to be real, challenging things that crawled out of the pit, if he has any hope of surviving the night. But this loser might actually find some value—the pit does have a tendency to shave off your uneven edges—if it doesn’t kill you.

Either way, it’s a lovely night for a witching.

FREE! Fantasy/Romance/MM

Once upon a time, in an alleyway in the slums of the City Of Lockes, a young and somewhat lonely boy named Sam Haversford turns a group of teenage douchebags into stone completely by accident. 

Of course, this catches the attention of a higher power, and Sam’s pulled from the only world he knows to become an apprentice to the King's Wizard, Morgan of Shadows. 

When Sam’s fourteen, he enters the Dark Woods and returns with Gary, the hornless gay unicorn, and a half-giant named Tiggy, earning the moniker Sam of Wilds. 

At fifteen, Sam learns what love truly is when a new knight arrives at the castle—Knight Ryan Foxheart, the dreamiest dream to have ever been dreamed. 

Naturally, it all goes to hell when Ryan dates the reprehensible Prince Justin, Sam can't control his magic, a sexually aggressive dragon kidnaps the prince, and the King sends them on an epic quest to save Ryan's boyfriend, all while Sam falls more in love with someone he can never have. 

Or so he thinks. 

FREE! Gritty Fiction

From the cow fields of Connecticut to the streets of San Francisco, Joe Clifford’s JUNKIE LOVE traverses the lost highways of America, down the rocky roads of mental illness to the dead ends of addiction. Based on Clifford’s own harrowing experience with drugs as a rock ’n’ roll wannabe in the 1990s, the book draws on the best of Kerouac & the Beats, injecting a heavy dose of pulp fiction as it threads a rollicking narrative through a doomed love triangle, lit up by the many strange characters he meets along the way. Part road story, part resurrection tale, Junkie Love finds a way to laugh in one’s darkest hour, while never abandoning its heart in search of a home. 

JUNKIE LOVE by Joe Clifford is an original ride through the down-and-dirty underside of the drug and music scene, inspired and propelled by Jack Kerouac’s youthful dreams of an American nirvana, translated to a later, darker generation. Clifford is its passionate spokesman. 

38466943SALE $1.99 Horror Fiction

“This is a bad place. I don't think people are meant to live here.” 

Longtime residents of Harper's Cove believe that something is wrong with the Widow's Point Lighthouse. Some say it's cursed. Others claim it's haunted. 

Originally built in 1838, three workers were killed during the lighthouse's construction, including one who mysteriously plunged to his death from the catwalk. That tragic accident was never explained, and it was just the beginning of the terror. In the decades that followed, nearly two dozen additional deaths occurred in or around the lighthouse including cold-blooded murder, suicide, unexplained accidents and disappearances, the slaughter of an entire family, and the inexplicable death of a Hollywood starlet who was filming a movie on the grounds. 

The lighthouse was finally shuttered tight in 1988 and a security fence was erected around the property. No one has been inside since. 

Until tonight. 

Thomas Livingston is the acclaimed author of thirteen books about the supernatural and this evening he will enter the Widow's Point Lighthouse, searching for material for his next bestseller. He will be locked inside for the weekend with no way of contacting the outside world. And although no human has stepped foot inside the structure in nearly three decades, Livingston will not be alone. 

In this remarkable collaboration, father and son writing team, Richard and Billy Chizmar, combine forces to tell a chilling ghost story that will make you think twice about what is waiting for you in the dark. This novella is a much-expanded version of the short story of the same title. 


  1. I just had to go grab Widow's Point because I've wanted it ever since I found out about it. I enjoyed this author's work with Stephen King on Gwendy's Button Box and since I just finished what I am affectionately calling "2018's Little Heaven" which caused me to be quite slumpy, I may even start reading this soon. I already grabbed the witch one last night.

    1. Oh no, sorry to hear about the slumpy book :( I hope Widow's Point can snap you out of it!

  2. Both Witch Hunter: Into the Outside and Widow's Point sound awesome. Even more so because they're free! :D

    1. They do sound great! I need to get to reading them :)

  3. I was so excited to see that feature back a couple months ago. Worst decision ever to take it away. Whew!

    1. Frigging Amazon, right? They giveth, they taketh away and they giveth back without saying a word!

  4. Yay, glad you grabbed Lightning-Struck Heart while it was free!

  5. Some nice covers there...I like the covers for Witch Hunter and Widow's Point.

  6. I grabbed Witch Hunter, too. :) Ooh, I didn't know Widow's Point was on sale. I have a print copy, but you know...

    1. You never know when you might need another copy, lol. Just ask me! I'm good at buying doubles.


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