October First Week Free Kindle Books

For your Kindle, courtesy Happy Reader Joyce, here are some free kindle books.

Kindle Daily Deal – The Justice Game by Randy Singer. Price: $1.99. Genre: Heart-Pounding Action, Legal Thriller, Possibly Religious. Rated 4.5 stars on 118 reviews. 380 pages.

A 1-week deal: Learn Me Gooder by John Pearson. Price: $1. Genre: Humor, Sequel to Learn Me Good (rated 4.5 stars on 122 reviews), A Teacher’s Stories from School. Rated 5 stars on 15 reviews. 318 kb in size.

All books beyond this point are $0.

Liquid Smoke (Noah Braddock) by Jeff Shelby. Price: $0. Genre: Mystery, Thriller, A Hopeless Death Row Case who’s your Missing Father. Rated 5 stars on 7 reviews. 300 pages.

The World-Tilting Gospel by Dan Phillips. Genre: Evangelism, Theology. Rated 4.5 stars on 10 reviews. 320 pages.

Deliver!: How to Be Fast, Flawless, and Frugal by Jim Champy. Genre: Fascinating and Fabulous and Fantastic, Competitive Advantage, Business. 123 pages.

The Bite Before Christmas by Heidi Betts. Genre: 3 Paranormal Romance Novellas, A matchmaker for Vampires. Rated 4 stars on 15 reviews. 352 pages.

Click on ‘Read More’ for the rest. A few of them are repeats.

Wicked Games by Jill Myles. Price: $0. Genre: Contemporary Romance, Funny & Sweet. Rated 4.5 stars on 82 reviews.

Presenting to Win: The Art of Telling Your Story, Updated and Expanded Edition by Jerry Weissman. Genre: Office Skills, Presenting, Story Telling & Story Building. Rated 4.5 stars on 18 reviews. 288 pages.

My Sister’s Voice by Mary Carter. Genre: A Deaf Artist, A Twin Sister You Didn’t Know Existed, Every Love Leaves an Echo. Rated 4 stars on 8 reviews. 352 pages.

The 9th Fortress by JP Jackson. Price: $0. Genre: Horror, Adventure. Rated 3.5 stars on 5 reviews. 605 kb in size.

A Brisket, A Casket: (Deadly Deli Mystery) by Delia Rosen. Price: $0. Genre: Murder on the Menu, Hunky Police Detectives and Killer Brisket, A Dead Customer. Rated 3.5 stars on 5 reviews. 256 pages.

A Beginner’s Guide to Using Your iPad as a Business Productivity Tool by Dave Caolo. Genre: Productivity and iDevices. Rated 4 stars on 6 reviews. 25+ million iPad owners and only 6 reviews – Guess it’s hard to take time away from all the productivity apps. 548 kb in size.

Deadworld by J.N. Duncan. Genre: Paranormal Thriller, Supernatural Elements. Rated 3 stars on 26 reviews. 352 pages.

Elvis and The Dearly Departed by Peggy Webb. Genre: Elvis reborn as a Basset Hound, Eternal Rest Funeral Home, Mississippi Mystery. Rated 3.5 stars on 33 reviews. 304 pages.

Seaborne by Katherine Irons. Genre: Fantasy Romance, Enchanting Story, Oceanic Fantasy. Rated 5 stars on 7 reviews. 320 pages.

SAS 9.3 ODS Graphics by SAS Publishing. Genre: Computers & Internet. 895 kb in size.

Beer Is Proof God Loves Us: Reaching for the Soul of Beer and Brewing (FT Press Science) by Charles W. Bamforth. Genre: Beer, Faith. Rated 3.5 stars on 66 reviews. 304 pages.

Wickedly Charming (Fates) by Kristine Grayson. Genre: New Take on Fairy Stories, Charming Romance. Rated 4 stars on 8 reviews. 384 pages.

Let’s Get Real: Bringing Authenticity and Wholeness to Your Marriage by Dale Forehand and Jena Forehand. Genre: Seven Essentials based on God’s Word. Rated 3.5 stars on 8 reviews. 192 pages.

A part of me is glad that Amazon didn’t have another 60 Free Vooks day with ‘The Best Hairstyles from the 1980s’ and ‘The History of Culver’s Creek in South Manitoba’ and ‘How to Grow Carrots the Right Way in Farmville’.

15 thoughts on “October First Week Free Kindle Books”

  1. The beer book is another repeat, bought January 31 this time. It was an enjoyable read, actually.

    The beginners guide to iPad productivity blah is also a repeat, May 30, although I didn’t bother actually reading it even after I bought it, so I can’t comment on the quality.

    Do you know if books that are repeated here have been at $0 the whole time, or have they hiked to their normal price in between and are now dropping to $0 again for a brief fresh bump in popularity?

    1. I spend a lot of time wandering around on Amazon.com Many books stay at $0 even after they have dropped off the bottom of the Top 100 Free list. Maybe they haven’t proved to be all that popular at $0, so the author/publisher decides that no one is likely to buy them.

      For the Top 100 Paid, they tell how many days that each book has been on that list. I wish that they would do that for the free books…or even state how long the book has been offered for free. With Vook releasing so many books, no book stays on the Top 100 Free for very long.

      1. Jasper – what Irish said. It varies.

        Amazon does seem to have a favorite set of authors and publishers and for their books it offers them free every few months.

        So most of these would be free after an interval.

  2. Hello switch11. I would like to read an analysis from you about the book market. Facts about whats the most profitable genre, how textbooks stands with other genres, and what do people read more on USA, JAPAN, UK and other rich countries, benefits or reading fiction instead of non-fiction and vice-versa.

    1. For that kind of in-depth market research (on behalf of an aspiring author, perhaps?) I’d be tempted to ask a decent hourly rate, if I was him. 🙂

      1. Reading the post over again, it could also be a Homework assignment rather than something commercial — personally, I’d ask *more* for that.

    2. Most of that falls outside my area of expertise (which is limited to making fun of bad book covers and complaining about how the 5-way is now in the middle instead of at the right side).

      Seriously, I don’t know very much. I could tell you this though – There are not going to be many profitable niches left in books.

  3. Aww, common Switch, I’ve been breathlessly awaiting the deal on ‘How to Grow Carrots the Right Way in Farmville’. 🙂

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