Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.


History & Military

  • Neville Chamberlain's War

    by Frederic Seager
    Neville Chamberlain's war was phoney from the start. He did not seek the defeat of Germany, since the British establishment viewed that country as the prime bulwark against Bolshevism. After more than eight months of waiting, during which time the French army and the small British contingent lost much of their fighting spirit, Hitler launched a remarkably successful invasion of Norway, the Low Countries and France. In effect, Britain handed most of Western democratic Europe to Nazi Germany on a ... more

    by Hartley Barnes
    Between the covers are stories depicting the challenges of veterans during wartime. The mental transformation they return home with, and the agony to find their way to normalcy. We say to the veteran (s) thank you for your service and not understanding how their lives have changed. They cry in silence as the family watches. Spouses cry aloud as husbands and wives decay. Children ask questions and the answers are not satisfying, and they ask more questions. I, the author, a veteran, am... more
  • The Shaolin Temple Story

    by James R. Martin
    Full-Color Edition - 448 pages The Shaolin Temple Story is an in-depth, well-written tour of the Monastery by someone who has lived, worked, and studied there for forty years. For those interested in Shaolin Kung Fu, the book introduces the secrets of its beginnings. Explore the History, Culture, Kung Fu, and Chán Traditions of the original Shaolin Temple and Monastery in Dengfeng, Zhengzhou, Henan, China, as recalled by the current Abbot of the Monastery. Abbot Shi Yongxin documents in wo... more
  • Down Payment Assist

    by The Loan Mamba
    The Downpayment Assist Book is an exceptional resource for anyone looking to get into homeownership or start their real estate investment journey. What sets this book apart from others is its comprehensive approach to educating readers on the various down payment assistance programs available, and how to access them. Many individuals believe that coming up with the down payment is the biggest hurdle to homeownership or real estate investment. However, the Downpayment Assist Book breaks down t... more
  • Among Honest Communists

    by Daniel J. Basta
    Among Honest Communists by Daniel J. Basta is his true account of tales during the height of the “Cold War” (1973 – 1975) about: lurking spies and counter intelligence agents; the impacts of the “Yon Kippur War” and Russian pressures; face to face encounters with “operatives”; unexpectedly finding common ground with drunken Russians; being buzzed by MIG–21s; and of the realization many years later that the Author may have unwittingly been playing a role in an east-west covert operation. The tale... more
  • Algorithmic Warfare: The Rise of Autonomous Weapons

    by Josh Luberisse
    “Algorithmic Warfare: The Rise of Autonomous Weapons” is a comprehensive analysis of the development, deployment, and ethical considerations of autonomous weapons systems in modern warfare. Written by an author with proven expertise in the fields of military strategy, artificial intelligence, and international law, this book explores the benefits and risks of using autonomous weapons, as well as the impact they could have on society. From the history of the DOD’s Third Offset Strategy to the dev... more
  • The Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence: Strategic Implications of AI for Global Security

    by Josh Luberisse
    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an ever-evolving field that has far-reaching implications for humanity. With its ability to analyze, learn and process data at a pace much faster than humans, AI has the potential to transform various domains, including economics, healthcare, education, and defense, to name a few. This book aims to examine the many ways in which AI is shaping the global landscape and its impact on politics, governance, and international relations. The objective of this book is t... more
  • Twelve Rebels Hidden in Washington, DC

    by Tony Spadafora
    This book tells tales of twelve reformers. Their memorials are off the beaten path, and their stories are not well known. But their struggles impact us every day. . . . There are four groups: Women, Labor and Civil Rights pioneers working towards America's more perfect union, and heros overseas. Whether visiting Washington, DC, or reading at home, you will be surprised -- and inspired.
  • Great Zimbabwe Artifacts Volume 1

    by Ahmed Mheta
    The book touches on ancient objects that people in the past used.
  • Operation Tailwind: Memoirs of a Secret Battle in a Secret War

    by Barry Pencek

    The Studies and Observation Group (SOG) was a covert American military unit in Vietnam that specialized in clandestine cross-border operations into Laos and Cambodia. In September 1970, sixteen Green Berets and one-hundred-twenty Montagnard mercenaries, led by Captain Gene McCarley, departed on Operation Tailwind, the largest and deepest raid in SOG history. Tailwind’s mission was to disrupt and distract the enemy in support of a larger, ongoing CIA operation near Chavane, Laos, being d... more

  • 1895: A Novel of Love and War

    by Jorge Casariego


     1895 A Novel of Love and War



    CUBA 1895- David meets Goliath in the War for Cuba’s independence! Spain’s centuries’ old empire is agonizing.  Cuba is in flames. A young and increasingly powerful America is ready to help the Cubans gain freedom.


    Two young lovers, Paco and Maria Teresa, are caught in the devastation. Our heroes, a young Havana freedom fighter and a be... more

  • The Lioness of Leiden

    by Robert Loewen
    How do you fight the Nazis right under their noses? With cunning and courage. When the Germans invade the Netherlands, Leiden University student Hetty’s boyfriend goes missing. But she has little time to grieve when she volunteers as a courier for the Dutch resistance, joined by her roommate, the beautiful Mimi, and seventeen-year-old Maria, the daughter of a slain resistance fighter. At great personal risk, the three women carry documents, secret messages, and cash to protect Jews, downed ... more
  • Rude Girls: Women in 2 Tone and One Step Beyond

    by Heather Augustyn
    The ska revival in the UK and the 2 Tone label represented unity of black and white in both the content of the songs, and appearance of the bands. While race may have been central to this declaration, where did gender fit in? Many bands had few, if any, women in their lineup and so women had to do it for themselves. Empowered by punk and impassioned by Jamaican ska and reggae, they took up the microphone, the saxophone, drumsticks. Women demanded their space on the stage and in the studio. Throu... more
  • The Silk Road Series: The Heirs of Genghis Khan

    by Diane Wolff
    Batu was Genghis Khan's grandson, and became the Khan of Russia, furthest west, the attack wing of the empire. He was the senior prince and he wanted to decide the future of the Empire. He did not want war in the West. The only problem was his cousin usurped the throne and wanted to make war in Europe and the Middle East. Batu was growing fabulously rich from the East-West trade and he wanted the conquests to continue in China and Persia. The fight for the throne began. Batu had a brilliant ally... more
  • When Love silenced the sirens

    by M J S Parish
    When Alfred Jones turns 18 he is soon called up to fight in the second wold war, leaving his childhood sweetheart Edith Baxter behind, who herself is thrusted into the war when tragedy strikes and she takes a job as a volunteer spotlight operator at RAF Marham. At the base Edith meets Hotshot pilot squadron leader George Booth who himself has faced recent tragedy and the two form a romantic bond, confusing Edith's feelings for Alfred. But matters are further complicated when Alfred and Geo... more
  • Poems from the Asylum

    by Janelle Molony
    Biography and complete anthology of harrowing and insightful poems written in 1932 by Martha Hedwig Nasch, patient-inmate #20864 at the St. Peter State Hospital for the Insane. After noticing something strange from a secret medical procedure in 1927, St. Paul, Minnesota, Martha Nasch’s doctor claimed she just had a “case of nerves.” With a signature from her adulterous husband, Martha was committed against her will to the asylum. She spent nearly seven years in the Minnesota hospital during t... more