Monday’s Free eBooks

Science Fiction & Fantasy

By: Brian Terenna
Talent Storm is a exciting science fiction/Fantasy novel with a detailed and winding plot. If you like post apocalyptic or dystopian novels, Talent Storm is for you.
By: Ryan Okerlund
When technology and science fail, magic regains supremacy, an ancient from the dark past fights to save the world from chaos.

Arts & Photography

By: Dan Eitreim
While photography is all about light, it’s actually the shadows that define form and textures!
The shape, position and depth of the shadows is what will turn your photos from dull lifeless “pictures” into something you’re proud to put on the wall… soon you’ll be hearing things like ”” “You did that?”

When you’re tired of flat, boring, 2d photos and want to have lifelike images that pop off the page, this “On Target Photo Training” volume is the answer!


By: Amelia Blake
In all my sixteen years, I never imagined that magic was real. That is until my best friend discovered a mysterious notebook filled with runes and magic spells, and the most popular girl in school turned out to be a real-life witch.

After a horrible magical accident we’re now stuck with a six-thousand-year-old demon who acts like a twelve year old with a really bad attitude and is trapped in our dimension. And somehow it’s all my fault, so I’m the one who has to fix it.

Literature & Fiction

By: Ken Montrose
Sometimes even the voices the voices are hungover…
David an ex-football player just trying to make a life for himself copes with addiction and auditory hallucinations he calls “The Chorus.” Taylor, David’s therapist, struggles to stay sober and fight off depression while his wife lies in a coma. He bounces between his job at a psychiatric hospital, and the ECU of an adjoining hospital. When chaos breaks out on the psych unit, both must find the strength to overcome their demons.
By: Ken Montrose
Home Groupies is a ”˜thought for the day’ book in the form of a novella. The lives of the core characters give rise to the daily messages, e.g.:
-“Today I will combine skepticism with optimism in my search for a happier truth.”
The characters revel and struggle in recovery, and with the issues we all face in daily life.


A Multicultural Romance
By: Brian Terenna
The path to true love is never easy”¦ but it’s always worth it.
Nova Velez, a sassy Dominican, has a busy life, working two jobs, volunteering at the hospital, and finishing graduate school. It’s all necessary to fulfill her dream of helping troubled children. To graduate, she has to complete her school counseling internship, but it won’t be easy working with depressed, hormone-addled students. When she meets her distractingly handsome mentor, Bryce, a health conscious vegan, and the jealous, dom

Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

By: Robert Thornhill
Lady Justice has unwittingly entered a religious war.
When Walt and his partner, Ox, are patrolling the Gay Pride Parade, a bomb goes off near them. They come out okay, but many are dead or seriously injured. Shortly after, the police squad learns the bombs are homemade by a group of religious fanatics calling themselves God’s Avenging Angels. The Avenging Angels believe it’s their job to rain fire and brimstone on Kansas City, their Sodom and Gomorrah.
By: Steven Wain
It’s the wrong night to be alone. Living with her daughter Valerie, Emily Kemp can hardly tell the difference.

With an empty tea cup, a wealth of mess, and a photo of her ex-husband on the entertainment unit, Emily makes for bed.

Awoken half way through the night, half of the bed unoccupied, Emily thinks it sounds like a bang.

Wobbly feet carry her to investigate, satisfied breaths carry her back to bed after abandonment.

She stops in the doorway.

And then she sees it.

By: Steven Wain
It haunts our dreams. It stalks our streets and lurks within the halls of our homes. It tingles our spines and waters our eyes. A world very different to the daylight that accompanies us in the waking hours. It is there, waiting to be spotted, but it is never seen.

We know it’s there, but we tell ourselves it doesn’t exist.

Gathered here are ten twisted stories from this dark universe.

A young girl walks home from school, unaware of the dark shadow which stalks her every step. A mother wat


A guide for people in early recovery
By: Ken Montrose
Too many recovering people relapse on prescription medications. This workbook outlines a five step plan for taking medications and staying clean. The reader is encouraged to see prescriptions as a contract, where he or she has the responsibility to do everything in his or her power to need as little of the medication as possible. Being rigorously honest with prescribing professionals and taking a daily inventory are emphasized. Written exercises explore the proper use of prescribed medication
How not to become roadkill on the highway to recovery
By: Ken Montrose
This workbook focuses on continuing the journey of a thousand miles even if the first step was into a pile of “it.” Topics covered include learning from people you don=t like, squeezing the joy out of life, not judging people by their appearances, finding peace in noisy places, and never picking up the first drink or drug, no matter what. Each lesson includes a page for writing a daily inventory and a and a gratitude list.
By: Alex Reacher
Would you like a girlfriend? You’ll need confidence first! Confidence is women’s #1 requirement in a man.

Through ten, quick, actionable tips, this book shows you how to build that confidence. Grab your free copy today!

Parenting & Relationships

By: Donald J. Bingle
“You never know what day your kids are going to remember most about growing up.

You hope that it is a good day, a day when you performed well as a parent. Your greatest fear is that it will be a bad day, a day when you lost your temper or let the dog run out in front of traffic, or a day when something happened that is only talked about in front of high-priced therapists.

In my case it was the day my dad bought sod.”

Thus begins Donald J. Bingle’s award-winning short memoir about his father.

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