Summer breeze, makes me feel fine, blowing fresh new fiction in my mi-i-ind…
No summer slump here! CLFA authors have been working hard to turn out great reads for people who are fed up with the leftist gruel Big Publishing keeps ladling out. So fire up the Kindle and load up some of these great new books on your way to the beach, the mountains, the backyard, bed, or wherever you indulge your love of fiction.
Kingdom of Ash and Soot: Book One of The Order of the Crystal Daggers by C. S. Johnson
In an age of political unrest and racial divide, one girl’s search for truth will determine the future of her kingdom. With true love, castle intrigue, and family dysfunction, Kingdom of Ash and Soot is the first book in the Order of the Crystal Daggers, a historical spy adventure series from C. S. Johnson.
The Unknown Soldier: a Joaquin Serrano Novel by Jace Killian
Joaquin has done time and has gotten himself wrapped up with the cartel. But he wants redemption, so he becomes an informant for the FBI.
Guardian: A Madison Jennings Story by Taylor Ash
The Cell was hiding from the F.B.I. But it’s high school freshman Madison Jennings they should have been worried about…
S1-R3N: A Sci-fi/Horror Short Story by Ben Wolf
When the prototype S1-R3N soldier malfunctions on the day of its unveiling, it kills its handlers and the buyers in attendance. Now only one man—the S1-R3N’s creator—can stop it.
Unless the S1-R3N finds him first.
The Ghost Mine by Ben Wolf
Sometimes it’s better to let the past stay buried. If you love action-packed sci-fi/horror like Ridley Scott’s Alien series, you’ll devour this book.
Homecoming (Psi War Book 1) by Rick Partlow
Korri Fontenot left her family behind a century ago, and the last thing she expected was for her great-granddaughter Jackie to follow in her footsteps as a Marine, a mercenary…and a thief. Jackie makes the mistake of stealing an ancient alien artifact and now they’re hunting her across the stars. Only Korri can save her from the assassins on her trail as what starts out as a fight against ruthless mercenaries leads them far outside human space and into the remains of a fallen empire.
Definition and Alignment (Division One Book 7) by Stephanie Osborn
When another enhanced human, Mark Wright, unexpectedly shows up at the Agency, Alpha One discovers that they still aren’t done with Slug’s machinations and levels of planning: Wright is there for Omega, and the NEXT generation of assassins will be GENETICALLY programmed to kill Echo!
Night’s Black Agents (Paxton Locke Book 2) by Daniel Humphreys
Recovering from his battle with the witch, Paxton and his new partner (don’t call her a sidekick) Cassie are headed to Phoenix. A spate of mysterious, ritualistic murders has the police baffled. Who better to find the perp than someone who can speak to the dead?
While Paxton hunts a killer, far deadlier creatures stalk him. In the Valley of the Sun, a mystical cold war is about to go nuclear.
Shadow of the Corsairs (Heart of the Corsairs Book 3) by Elizabeth Ellen Carter
Tewodros “Jonathan” Afua is struggling to stay alive. Once an Ethiopian prince, he is a captive of the corsairs who slaughtered his wife and children. When a US naval bombardment provides an opening for escape, Jonathan falls in with a seemingly deranged English pirate. Aboard Kit Hardacre’s rundown ship with its ragtag crew, Jonathan learns the real reason he was taken by slavers.
Garden of Chaos by H.M. Clay
A college freshman and a team of unlikely misfits fight back against frenzied SJW mobs, demented professors, slanderous journalists, mercenary ninjas, criminal pop stars, clown attorneys, and the mysterious forces which conspire to censor their thoughts and manipulate their minds. Inspired by the lectures of Jordan B. Peterson.
The General’s Daughter by Michael Peirce
Set in the world of the Red Dirt Zombies series, this is a tale about post nuclear lifestyles, the gradual failure of libertarianism in total war, the harsh realities of men and women fighting side by side, insanity and ptsd, and perhaps most importantly, (non-graphic) romance. It is a genre- busting metaphor of war and the risk of societal collapse.
The Haunted Bakery of Seven Pines by Becky Robbins and Erika M. Szabo
Children’s adventure for ages 5-12: Best friends Albert and Timmy are mean bullies and nobody liked them. One day, a group of children dares them to go into the old bakery at night to see if it really is haunted. Is the legend true? Will they disappear forever, as many children did who had entered the building?
Alien Outpost by Shawn Plep
In post-collapse America, extraterrestrial forces control a secret underground military base. Mind-control, advanced weaponry, and black project science are used to hold people captive. Can a group of friends fight the system and escape the alien outpost?
A Charter for the Commonwealth (Childers Universe Book 4) by Richard F. Weyand
The prequel to the Childers Trilogy, this volume covers the writing of the Charter, the founding of the Commonwealth Space Force, and the War of Independence.
$1.99 OR LESS*
for the dates of July 25 and 26
99¢ (reg. $2.99)
Underlake by Kia Heavey
In the throes of growing up and growing apart, Katie discovers the most unusual boy swimming in her lake, and for the first time in memory, she connects. John is refreshingly old-fashioned and wise in ways Katie has never encountered before, but could he be dangerous, too?
99¢ (reg. $4.99)
The Hidden Truth: A Science Fiction Techno-Thriller by Hans G. Schantz
A young man uncovers subtle clues to the Cabal that changed history and seeks to control the world in this exciting alternate history hard science conspiracy techno-thriller.
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