Monday morning offers for your Kindle

For your Kindle, here are some offers courtesy Happy Reader Joyce -

  1. Hitler’s Pre-Emptive War: The Battle for Norway, 1940 by Henrik O. Lunde. Price: $0. Genre: Historical, War.
  2. Margin: Restoring Emotional, Physical, Financial, and Time Reserves to Overloaded Lives by Richard Swenson. Price: $0. Genre: Self-Help, Life Management, Christian Living, Stress, Spiritual. Rated 4.5 stars on 42 reviews.
  3. Quiet Reflections of Peace by Baker Publishing Group. Price: $0. Genre: Religious, Devotional, Christian. Rated 5 stars on 2 reviews. 
  4. Crapshoot Investing by Jim McTaque. Price: $0. Genre: Investing, Non Fiction. Rated 4.5 stars on 3 reviews. First, the book talks about titanic, uncontrolled forces driving market chaos. Next, the author finds rational strategies for profiting in this environment. Anyone else notice the slight disconnect. 
  5. The Truth About Getting the Best From People by Martha I. Finney. Price: $0. Genre: Personnel Management, Human Resources, Business. This book is free so often it must be true what they say – the truth wants to be set free.
  6. Ubiquitous Computing for Business: Find New Markets, Create Better Businesses and Reach Customers Around The World 24-7-365 by Bo Begole. Price: $0. Genre: Ubiquitous Computing, Unpronounceable Trends, Predicting the Future, Business Technology. Rated 4.5 stars on 3 reviews. Apparently, Ubiquitous Computing is the next game-changing technology.
  7. 15 Expert Lessons for Retirement Planning (Collection) by FT Press. Price: $0. Genre: Personal Finance, Retirement, Retirement Planning. This actually seems useful.
  8. Seeds of Destruction: Why the Path to Economic Ruin Runs Through Washington, and How to Reclaim American Prosperity by R. Glenn Hubbard and Peter Navarro. Price: $0. Genre: Economics, Government Spending. Rated 4 stars on 31 reviews.
  9. The Simple Dollar: How One Man Wiped Out His Debts and Achieved the Life of His Dreams by Trent Hamm. Price: $0. Genre: Personal Finances, Debt Strategies, Practical Tips about Money. Rated 4 stars on 19 reviews.


A nice start to Monday. Will add a new post if more offers show up.

3 Responses

  1. Am I missing something? Does $0 mean $0. Every link in this post leads to an Amazon price of $$2. I have no problem with that, but if the writer really means $0, then how does one get to that?

    • Michael, these are prices in the US. Outside the US the books are either not free or sometimes free or sometimes at $2 to cover delivery charges or something.

  2. Things like this happen. I was on the free list in the kindle stores top 100 free and Swept Away is on that list but when you click on it it says $2.99. Always look before hitting the buy button.

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