Halloween Books in Kindle Unlimited

Kindle Unlimited, Jenny Schwartz, Halloween,

I asked a popular authors group on Facebook if they wanted to share any of their books that are in Kindle Unlimited and which they think are perfect reading for Halloween. Here are the results, books for you to read and enjoy while eating “leftover” Halloween candy.

As always, please check that the books are in Kindle Unlimited before you one-click so that you don’t get over-excited and mistakenly buy them when you meant to borrow them (I’ve done this). I’m not sure what heat and violence level some of the books are, so reviews are your friend for checking that you’re comfortable with what the characters may get up to!

I’m pretty sure there’s something for everyone in this Lucky Dip. Happy reading!

[Authors, if you have a Halloween book that’s in Kindle Unlimited you’re welcome to add it in the comments. Please, only add one book. The auto-spam filter will hide it if you add more than one link. Thanks!]

Purgatory of the Werewolf (The Wolf of Dorian Gray), Brian Ference  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074Q1KLPJ

A Haunting of Words, Brian Paone et al https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0712286CR/

Cold Kiss Goodbye, Genevieve Powell https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QSOPPZM

Only Half Alive, Konstanz Silverbow https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FG6N37U/

A Ghoul’s Kiss, J M Stoneback https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071DWQZCL/

Stake-Out (Paranormal Detectives), Lily Luchesi https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XUV5FCE/

Of Cinders and Madness, Nicole Zoltack https://www.amazon.com/dp/product/B06X1G1DHM/

The Reapers, Ali Winters https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00Y7I74SW

Graveyard Rose, Ginny Clyde https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HQ2EFGE

The Grave Run: Dark Urban Fantasy, Adelaide Walsh https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073ZFCVJF/

Retribution Ridge, Anna Willett https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M73JK71/

Alchemy Shift, Jenny Schwartz  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MF741XY/

The Case of the Snow-White Lady: A Sherlock Holmes short story, Liz Hedgecock https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MCZ206Y

Resurrection (Requiem Vampire Knight), Pat Mills https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M0IOGVB

Lockdown (AM13 Outbreak series), Samie Sands https://www.amazon.com/dp/1680585932/

Witch or Treat, ReGina Welling et al https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0759XS3JY

Aoife’s Destiny, Bethany Strobel https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0749D77JJ

Prepared, Courtney Konstantin https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074S8Z5HL/

Fall Into Magic, Melissa Baldwin https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LX3ECQ9/

Cookies, Corpses & the Deadly Haunt, Rachael Stapleton https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074TY4ZXD

Orpheum: A Dark Fantasy Romance, D S Murphy https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B4Y8034

Lost (A Ghost Story), Patricia Masserman https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071X8K9Z5/

On Wings of Steel (A Halloween Love Story), Steve Statham https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LY8HG24

Dark Heirloom: A Vampire Urban Fantasy, JD Brown https://www.amazon.com/dp/B011JZ5OFK/

Lizzie Borden, Vampire Hunter, CA Verstraete https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KISRS80

To Catch a Spirit, Carrie Pulkinen https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071V8B2PJ

When the Black Roses Grow, Angela Christina Archer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017RJWYS2

Salem’s Embrace, Sherrie Lea Morgan https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XC8WMJH/

Only the Dead Don’t Die, A D Popovich https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HW6X5LU

Dearly Departed (Grave Reminders), Rachael Rawlings https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GJZH5FS/

Phobic (The Forbidden Doors), Cortney Pearson https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MZNJ3CG/

The Hunted, Jessica Gunn https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072PQ7GFN

Twisted Magic: Raven’s Cove, Claire C Riley https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016LJBPP2/

Save Her Soul, Amanda J Evans https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073XTZ2DQ/

Beneath Claire’s House (Mount Herod Legends), Corey J Popp https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015VLFRO6

Under Your Spell (A Romance Boxed Set of Masked Balls, Haunted Gardens, Magic and More), Elana Johnson et al https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IRYW1O8

Shadow and Lies: A World of Gothic, Raine English https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M9BY010

DOTTY and the Dream Catchers (A Magical Fantasy Adventure for 8-12 year olds), Emma Warner-Reed https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073Z48ML1

Bump (A Witchlight Novel), Jaime Munn https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074TYVQJ3

Veritas, Quinn Coleridge https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073T7Q2GF

Smolder (A Paranormal Romance), Lisa Carlisle https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0755L9NBM/

Wrath of the Angel, John R Monteith https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JDAJPCG/

The Ghastly Gizmo, Tilda Hale https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MPVLPF6

Gotta Be This or That, Renee Conoulty https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07516V1MM/

After Dark (Thoughtful Horror Book 1), Mikey Campling https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XDPCVHK/

The Unknown: A Collection of Thirty One Creepy Poems, Silvana G Sanchez https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075Q22SMF/

There are so many gems to discover in this list. I hope you have some spooky, fun reading this Halloween!

If you’re looking for yet more Kindle Unlimited reading, I share the books I’ve read and enjoyed in Kindle Unlimited on my book review Facebook page, Always Another Great Book. I’d love to see you there.

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Dreaming of Unicorns

CONTEST CLOSED!! Winner is KateS who’d love to meet Pegasus! I wish I could arrange it for you 🙂 I’m sending you an email to arrange the giftcard delivery.

Thank you to everyone who entered the contest. I wish we could all meet our favourite mythological creatures. I really enjoyed reading your varied responses – dragons, unicorns and all the rest.


To celebrate the release of my latest paranormal romance, Fantastical Island (99c for a short time, FREE in Kindle Unlimited), I’m offering a $100 Amazon (.com) giftcard for one lucky winner. For your chance to win, simply comment on this post with the name of the mythological creature you’d like to meet. It can be something sexy like a werewolf (well, I think they’re sexy) or unique like a baku (there’s a baku in Fantastical Island). Have fun!

Random.org will be used to select a winner. The contest runs February 21-28, 2017. Good luck!

fantastical island, jenny schwartz, kindle unlimited, paranormal romance,

Someone is hunting the fantastical creatures of Catalina Island.

When a magical amulet gives marine biologist Naomi Twain the power to see through glamours it plunges her into a world of danger and intrigue. Fantastical creatures are everywhere, but hidden, on Catalina Island—and someone is hunting them, putting at risk a unique, magical ecosystem.

Corey Madrigal is bathing a behemi, a flying miniature pig, when Naomi crashes into his life. With a natural talent for seeing through glamours, he feels a responsibility to the creatures of his island home, creatures who were the friends of his childhood. Now, he’s a Hollywood special effects artist, and he’s going to be an amazing ally for Naomi in her quest to capture the hunters of the island’s fantastical creatures.

But the hunters have their own agenda.

And then, there’s the ghost…

Intense danger, wild storms, and passionate loyalties put to the test. Fantastical Island is a stand-alone adventure in the Old School series.

Fantastical Island is 99c for a short time, or FREE to read in Kindle Unlimited. Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/Fantastical-Island-Old-School-Book-ebook/dp/B01N56RZ7Z/

Good luck in the contest! I’m genuinely curious which fantastical creatures people want to meet.

New Release – Alchemy Shift

Alchemy Shift, jenny Schwartz, paranormal romance, bear shifter, kindle unlimitedI’m releasing Alchemy Shift a tad earlier than the intended date of October 27 because I just couldn’t wait! Jet Walsh is an adorable hero. The action is fast and intense, and the emotions … sigh. Such an enjoyable book to write. Delphi and her family made me want to move to Queens!

Alchemy Shift will be 99c for a couple of weeks, so grab your copy today and tell your friends 🙂 As always, reviews are HUGELY appreciated. I’m never sure whether it’s polite or rude to thank people individually for their reviews, so I tend not to for fear of being intrusive. But I do thank you. Sincerely.

You’ll find the blurb and an excerpt from Alchemy Shift below. Also, I had a technical hiccup putting this newsletter together. I think you may have seen the draft of a different newsletter by mistake – does “The Crocodile Virgin” ring any bells? Yeah. That was meant to be a surprise. I’m such a klutz with technical things. The Alchemy Shift excerpt in that newsletter is the one that I’ve copied below. Just so you know and don’t wonder if you’re having a deja vu moment.


A woman, her sword, and the bear-shifter who’ll steal her heart.

Delphi Cosmatos is an alchemist. She investigates the strange and magical objects that find their way to Collegium headquarters in New York. She has magic—and a big Greek family, all ready to “help” her (they mean, interfere). When Jet Walsh moves in next door with no family except the two young orphaned cousins he’s responsible for, it’s a situation of opposites attracting, especially since Jet is a bear-shifter.

But Jet can’t pursue a romantic relationship. He’s tracking the rogue mage who tortured and killed his cousins’ mom. Banned spells are being trafficked across the world and the center of the trade is New York.

Delphi knew her city was dangerous, but now her heart is in danger, too. Jet doesn’t have magic, yet he’s tangling with a powerful, ruthless mage. If she wants to save her man, she’ll need all the help she can get. No! Not from her family. Stashed in the evidence bunker at Collegium headquarters is the legendary sword Excalibur, and Delphi is just the woman to wield it. Maybe.

Excerpt from Alchemy Shift

Jet got home about 11 p.m. and he was too tired, and too heartsick, to notice that he thought of Delphi’s house as home. All he knew was that he needed to see Tony and Grace, to see for himself that they were safe, and that the thought of Delphi was a welcome one.

He let himself in quietly, using the front door since it seemed less of an intrusion than the back one. Lights were on in the living room and he heard the low babble of a television. “It’s just me,” he called.

“Hi, me.” Delphi’s voice was soft but cheerful. She muted the television as he walked into the living room, twisting around from where she was curled up on the sofa. On screen, an old black and white movie played.

He could smell hot chocolate. “I should check on the kids.”

“They were asleep by eight. Worn out by the day, I think.”

“That’s good.” He wasn’t used to coming back from a crime scene to a real home. He gestured vaguely at the stairs, and she nodded, turning back to the television. The thought of sitting with her on that cozy sofa teased him as he climbed the stairs. The romantic music of the old movie sang of love and happiness. But that was off the agenda.

The glow of a nightlight shone from the kids’ room. Jet entered silently. The kids, especially Tony, had a tendency to wake at the slightest noise. It was a habit born of fear, of their uncertain lives with Emma.

If he’d realized…

Families drifted apart. He and Emma hadn’t grown up together. They hadn’t been close. Excuses. He scowled at his own dark thoughts. If his mom had been alive, she would have checked on Emma and the two vulnerable children. He couldn’t change the past, but he’d make sure of the kids’ future.

He’d make sure they had a future.

Tony was asleep in the top bunk.

Jet tucked the blankets more securely over the boy’s skinny shoulders.

In the lower bunk, Grace slept deeply, her arm around the orange teddy bear he’d given her at their first meeting. He hoped it would keep the nightmares away for her.

He had his own. New ones after what he’d seen tonight. There’d been no way to slip into the crime scene, but Perez had shown him photos.

Jet scrubbed a hand over his face. The photos had been bad and they’d brought back the memory of seeing Emma’s body. He’d had to put all of that aside and cast around for a scent, for some hint of the man who’d done this; who’d left the boy’s body.

“Two men.” Perez had been able to study the crime scene before the police response trampled it, obliterating scent trails. “One smelled of cloves.”

Cloves. A strong scent to hide the copper stink of blood as he murdered and mutilated? Or, did the killer have toothache? Clove oil was the traditional remedy, numbing tooth pain.

Not that the killer spared his victims pain. Although this time Perez said the child had been killed swiftly, without torture or sacrifice. Unlike Tony and Grace’s mom.

Jet had cast around for the scent of cloves, ignoring the police who watched him, and tracked it a block. One block, then it vanished. The killer must have had a car waiting since the scent vanished utterly. He’d reported the information to Perez who had the power to seize any security camera footage of the street. However, the killer had likely parked where he was unobserved.

That, or the killer had used magic to ensure he was unobserved.

There were spells that obscured technological surveillance and the killer had the magic to use them.

As a were, Jet lacked magic, but he had allies.

Perhaps those allies were a tad reluctant, but they had magic and that was enough for Jet. He’d called and Martin had reluctantly crossed town to check the crime scene.

“Nothing,” had been Martin’s conclusion. “The boy must have died before they could sacrifice him.”

“Can’t you get anything?” Jet had pushed.

“There’s no death magic, here,” Martin had snapped and gone home.

Jet rolled his shoulders. Tomorrow, he’d start again. That’s what investigating required. You followed each path as far as it would go, homing in on the answers. Only, this time he was in danger of being too impatient. Delphi’s mom hadn’t been wrong to warn against involving the personal element. However, one glance at Tony and Grace sleeping in Delphi’s guest room confirmed that he had no choice. The monster he hunted had to be caught.

He joined Delphi in the living room as the credits rolled on the old movie.
She switched off the television and looked across at him as he sat down in an armchair. “Do you want a drink, something to eat?”

“No, thanks.”

“To talk or be silent?”

He smiled then, faintly. “The daughter of a cop.”

“And the sister of one.” She understood. Sometimes the only way to help was to be there.


“Do you mind the television?”


She switched it back on, found a late night chat show, and they listened to its inanities.

Beneath the television’s noise, he could hear her heartbeat. He hadn’t realized that he’d slipped into his were senses. He could smell her scent, feminine and vital, and the tuna casserole she must have made for dinner. He slipped back into human senses, letting that other self fade. It wouldn’t help him to be too aware of her. This house, a haven of normality, wasn’t his, although he’d try to create something like it for Tony and Grace.

Nor was his attraction to Delphi one he should indulge. Already he felt too comfortable with her. It wasn’t her house or her competence or anything concrete: it was his sense that he belonged with her, that was dangerous.
“Bed for me.” She offered him the television remote.

He shook his head, surprised to see that twenty minutes had passed while he simply relaxed into being with her. “I’ll go up, too.” He needed to sleep. Tomorrow would be an early start and all the days after it. He stretched hugely. “Good night.”

“Good night.” She fussed with the cushions she’d been leaning against and folded up the blanket she’d been curled under.

Belatedly, he realized she was delaying so that they wouldn’t walk up the stairs to bed together. He moved away abruptly, taking the stairs two at a time, and leaving tempting dreams behind.

Alchemy Shift, Jenny Schwartz, paranormal romance thriller, kindle unlimited

Buy Alchemy Shift for 99c – a limited time offer.


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Win a Kindle Unlimited Subscription, Oct 1-2

kindle unlimited, contest, Jenny SchwartzThanks to the new group, Biters & Beasts Unlimited, there’s a chance for American residents to win a Kindle Unlimited subscription (sorry to all non-Americans, it’s the complexities of Amazon’s rules that have limited the contest to the USA).

Free Science Fiction and Fantasy Books for Everyone

Grab a book or ten (or a hundred) FREE Oct 1-2, 2016. Happy reading!

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Included in this promo is my steampunk novella, The Icarus Plot.

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Romance in Kindle Unlimited: Shifters, Dragons & Aliens, Oct 1-15

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Fantasy, Paranormal and Science Fiction Romance authors have joined together to showcase their books in Kindle Unlimited, October 1-15. Even if you’re not a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, this is a great place to browse for your next read 🙂

Happy weekend!

Hollywood Demon Release Day

Hollywood Demon, Jenny Schwartz, kindle unlimited, illuminati in hollywood, demonic Hollywood, paranormal romance,

It’s finally here! Release day for Hollywood Demonand to celebrate, Hollywood Demon is at the special launch price of 99c – just for a few days. As a little frosting on the cake, Author Book Deals is featuring my first Collegium book, Demon Hunter, today, along with other great 99c specials.

Blurb for Hollywood Demon

Feel the Earth move!

A camera can’t steal your soul—but a demon can! Mark Yarren suspects a demon has found a way around the spell his great-grandfather cast to prevent demons sucking souls through the camera’s lens. Digital photography dangerously omits the silver wash that was photography’s century-old defence against Hell.

Mark is Hollywood royalty, descended from the early Hollywood stars: the studio bosses and directors, the producers and actresses. Now he lives alone in his palatial Beverly Hills estate.

Well, not quite alone.

Clancy Ramirez is back! She’s tried life in New York, in Iceland, and in Hawaii, but she missed California. She missed the grumbling roar of the San Andreas Fault with its leagues-deep molten geology. Clancy is a geomage and she can make the earth shake—or grow still. But California isn’t her territory. She has no place intruding or tapping its energy.

But a demon shackled for a century is breaking free, and Collegium rules, old heartaches and strained family loyalties will break, too.

The Big One is coming.

Hollywood Demon is a completely stand-alone novel in “The Collegium” series.

Reading Order for The Collegium Series

Now’s a good time to check: have you read all of The Collegium series?

Demon Hunter
Djinn Justice
Dragon Knight
Doctor Wolf
Plague Cult
Hollywood Demon

and out in October, Alchemy Shift

A Huge and Heartfelt Thank You

Hollywood Demon, Jenny Schwartz, kindle unlimited, paranormal romance,Thank you so much for picking up Hollywood Demon, telling your friends about it, sharing posts and reviews (reviews are more precious than diamonds), and generally making the sometimes lonely job of being an author one of sheer joy. I appreciate your kindness more than I can say.

As always, happy reading!


Jenny Schwartz