See It First: J.A. Scorch, Patty Jansen, and Stewart Bint

See It First: J.A. Scorch, Patty Jansen, and Stewart Bint

We love introducing Instafreebie readers to great stories and big ideas. Take a chance on new authors and try great stories from old favorites. See it first every day with Instafreebie and be free to discover authors you’ll love. We’re thrilled to share the latest and greatest from our science fiction and fantasy genres!


React by J.A. Scorch

React by J.A. Scorch

Sergeant William Pérez is your typical career soldier for the Mars Armed Forces. When he and his squad are sent to a stranded ship at the end of the solar system, they suddenly find themselves in a desperate fight against alien invaders.

After witnessing his entire squad die except for one greenhorn private, Perez must find a way off the doomed ship and beam a long-distance warning out to Earth and Mars before it is too late.

The aliens are on a path of annihilation. Will Perez survive long enough to warn the rest of humanity?


Innocence Lost by Patty Jansen

Innocence Lost by Patty Jansen

She wanted to run her father’s business. She got a mad prince.

Johanna Brouwer has notions: she wants to take over her father’s business. She wants to live in a place where she doesn’t have to hide her magic, and she doesn’t want to marry, not even the prince.

Her home, the merchant city of Saardam comes under attack by a fire wizard, and she finds that notions will only get you so far in life. She’s on the run, her paltry magic will do nothing against the evil unleashed upon the kingdom, and why did she ever worry about getting married?

This is totally your thing if you’re into sassy independent women.


Preview The Jigsaw and the Fan  by Stewart Bint

The Jigsaw and the Fan  by Stewart Bint

The Jigsaw And The Fan is described as social satire. How much trouble can one disgruntled ghost really cause?

Albert Carter has died, and finds himself in the spirit world, to get sorted out at St Christopher’s gates. Having been a successful shop steward picketing the management of Jebson’s Glue Factory on behalf of his colleagues, he feels confident his final destination is Heaven, with the rest of the decent, honest working class.

However, on arrival at St Christopher’s Doomsday Ministry, an inspectors’ strike means all spirits in transit have to be temporarily repatriated to Earth as ghosts, until the dispute is settled.

Albert’s ghostly assignment is his worst nightmare: a wealthy Lord’s manor which operates on the hard-earned wages of his own class.

Immediately on arrival, he decides to ruin the capitalist family, and begins his unlawful haunting as the Ghost of Marlston Manor. Watching him from the heavens is a host of guardian angels, elders, overlords and scribes – all scrambling to undo the havoc that Albert is blunderingly creating in his short stint as a ghost.

The final straw comes as Albert riles up a “fright” of ghosts to collude and protest their sentences on Earth – and Albert finally faces St Christopher.

Appreciate the freebies? Thank the authors for their generosity by reviewing, sharing, and reading their work! They are excited to connect with you.

One thought on “See It First: J.A. Scorch, Patty Jansen, and Stewart Bint

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *