Saturday afternoon avalanche of free offers

Another day, another avalanche of free offers from Amazon. Courtesy Happy Reader Joyce’s curation we get a handy list of offers –

  1. Griffin’s Daughter (The Griffin’s Daughter Series) by Leslie Ann Moore. Price: $0. Genre: Historical Fantasy, Family Saga, Neither Human nor Elven. Rated 4.5 stars on 18 reviews. It’s such a relief to see a cover where the person isn’t shirtless or showing cleavage. It also goes well with the title that it’s showing what seems like a young girl or a young woman. The monastery frames things well and the mountain and clouds add a nice touch. There’s also a Young Adult Version of the book.
  2. Manual for Living: Reality by Seth David Chernoff. Price: $0. Genre: A Manual for Living, Practical Wisdom, Meaning of Life. 
  3. What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex by Shed Simove and Sheridan Simove. Price: $0. Genre: 200 things, An Alleged Expert on Men, Apparently Men Think About Things Other Than Sex. Rated 4 stars on 18 reviews.
  4. A Hint of Rapture by Miriam Minger. Price: $0. Genre: Scottish Highlands Romance, Historical Romance, Hot-blooded Captains and Azure-eyed Brigands. Rated 5 stars on 1 review.
  5. The Arrival (BirthRight Trilogy) by Nicole MacDonald. Price: $0. Genre: Epic Fantasy, Going to Another Planet to Find Men, A World where Humans are Not at the Top of the Food Chain. Rated 4.5 stars on 17 reviews.
  6. When Graveyards Yawn (The Apocalypse Trilogy) by G. Wells Taylor. Price: $0. Genre: Hard-Boiled, Mystery, A Dead Lawyer hires a Detective to find his killer. Rated 5 stars on 3 reviews.
  7. Broken Wings (Soul Searchers Series: Book 1) by Sandra Edwards. Price: $0. Genre: Novella, Romantic Suspense, In Love with a Man Dead 100 years. Rated 4.5 stars on 15 reviews.

More books after the jump – Click on the ‘Read More’ link.

  1. The House of 5 Dragons by E. D. Lindquist and Aron Christensen. Price: $0. Genre: A Hero Returned to a Changed world, Epic Fantasy.
  2. The Adventures of Kid Combat Volume I: A Secret Lost by Christopher A. Helwink. Price: $0. Genre: Action & Adventure, Genre Fiction, Children’s Books.
  3. The Hawk and the Dove: Book One by Penelope Wilcock. Price: $0. Genre: Love vs God, Religious Tales.
  4. Just Dial 911 for Assistance by Jason Krumbine. Price: $0. Genre: Humor, Literary Fiction, Romance and 911 Dispatchers.
  5. Mastering the Art of Life by Julie Sellers. Price: $0. Genre: 5 Essays, Featured on NPR, Adoption and Families, USA.
  6. Aqua Knights by Scott Cardinal. Price: $0. Genre: Living in a Make-Believe World in a Very Real Castle, A Spiral into Madness,  A Young Girl’s Death.
  7. Sacred Secrets, A Jacody Ives Mystery by Linda S. Prather and Charles Prather Junior. Price: $0. Genre: Suspense Thriller, Evil attracts Evil, A Cunning Predator. Rated 4.5 stars on 5 reviews.
  8. The Scars by William Tennant. Price: $0. Genre: Suspense Thriller, Scarring your hands to change your future, The Saddest of Loves. Rated 5 stars on 1 review.
  9. Anvil of Tears (Reforged Trilogy) by E. D. Lindquist and Aron Christensen. Price: $0. Genre: High Tech Science Fiction. Rated 4 stars on 1 review. 
  10. The Adventures of Whatley Tupper by Daniel Pitts and Rudolf Kerkhoven. Price: $0. Genre: Men’s Adventure, Humor, Choose Your Own Adventure. Rated 4.5 stars on 13 reviews.
  11. Pumpkin Jack Skull and Other Tales of Terror by Jacob M. Drake. Price: $0. Genre: Short Story Collection, Horror, Not for the Squeamish.
  12. Blood in the Marsh by Chula Stone. Price: $0. Genre: Romantic Suspense, Something Old and Evil, Love in the Midst of Evil.
  13. Veiled Eyes (Lake People) by C. L. Bevill. Price: $0. Genre: Telepathic Powers, Fantasy Romance, Action & Adventure.
  14. Beyond Fun: Serious Games and Media by Drew Davidson. Price: $0. Genre: Education, Games in Learning contexts.
  15. Fruitbasket from Hell (A Vampire Mystery) by Jason Krumbine. Price: $0. Genre: Action/Adventure/Mystery/SciFi/Comic, confused, Alex Cheradon PI, Missing Daughters and Far-Too-Present Vampires.

Lots and lots of free books. Mostly from indie authors.

7 thoughts on “Saturday afternoon avalanche of free offers”

  1. Is anyone else getting a bit weary with all the “Trilogy: part 1”, “Son of Trilogy” and “Book One of the Trilogy Series” titles hitting you in the face? Yeah, I know that every book blog and agent blog in the universe is saying that “series sell.” But, geez. Every once in a while I wanna read a book just because it’s a good book, on its own, not because i want to get hooked into a series. And, just because you’ve managed to write five books starring the same characters doesn’t automatically give it a good library-keeping seal of approval! 🙂

    1. PS: I’m a writer too, and I have found some fabulous authors in the ‘freebies” and I’m enjoying reading them in my free (ha!) time. Still, I have started passing over the “Son of Trilogy” type books. Just too much “in my face.” (I’ve gotten bitten with the whole “cliffhanger” marketing ploy once too often). JMO

    2. I am. It’s painful to have people try to give away Book 1 in a series. It’s cool the first few times (like in 2009 when Robin Hobb and Naomi Novik did it) but then it just becomes annoying.

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