Free Kindle Books (Monday, October 10th Edition)

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

From the Garden to the City by John Dyer. Genre: Religious, Spiritual. Rated 4.5 stars on 16 reviews. 192 pages. A book discussing the place of technology in the biblical story of redemption. Whatever the commandment about technology is, it probably isn’t – Thou Shall Upgrade Every Year, So Thy Neighbor Shall Covet Thy Technology. American Gods by Neil Gaiman is a book well worth reading for a different view on the wars between new and old Gods.

Competing in Tough Times: Business Lessons from L.L.Bean, Trader Joe’s, Costco, and Other World-Class Retailers by Barry Berman. Genre: Business, Retail. A guide on how to plan and execute and win based on cost and differentiation. It uses Wegman’s, Target, Costco, and Tesco as some of its examples. 300 pages.

Thanksgiving Cookbook (Classic Cookbooklets) by Gooseberry Patch. Genre: Thanksgiving, Cooking, Food. 20 Thanksgiving recipes. Rated 4 stars on 1 review. 29 pages.

The Root of Thought: Unlocking Glia–the Brain Cell That Will Help Us Sharpen Our Wits, Heal Injury, and Treat Brain Disease by Andrew Koob. Genre: Neuroscience, what the other 90% of your brain does. Rated 3 stars on 12 reviews. 192 pages.

Powering the Future: A Scientist’s Guide to Energy Independence (FT Press Science) by Daniel B. Botkin. Genre: Science, Sufficient Energy. A book about Energy needs, desires, and supplies. Rated 3.5 stars on 9 reviews.

The Truth About Starting a Business by Bruce Barringer. Genre: Business, Entrepreneurship. Learn to generate and test ideas and a ton about planning a business of your own. Rated 4 stars on 3 reviews.

I Surrender All: Rebuilding a Marriage Broken by Pornography by Clay Crosse. Genre: Religious, Spiritual. Crosse talks about how consuming addiction to pornography and how he recovered from it. Rated 4.5 stars on 16 reviews. 176 pages.

Ludoliteracy: Defining, Understanding, and Supporting Games Education by Jose P. Zagal. Genre: Education, Theory, Non-Formal Education. 162 pages.

The Reading Group Insider by The e-Book Insider. Genre: Reading Groups, Everything You wanted to know about Reading Groups but were afraid to Ask.

Nefertiti (Rai Rahotep) by Nick Drake. Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Mystery, Ancient Egypt. Rated 3.5 stars on 27 reviews.

Rai Rehotap, the complex sleuth of this excellent mystery debut from British poet and playwright Drake (The Man in the White Suit), is very much a creature of his time-ancient Egypt-but is possessed of investigative instincts that will be familiar to readers of classic whodunits.

Finally, a good deal – Cover Me by Catherine Mann. Price: 89 cents. Genre: Romantic Suspense, Pararescue Jumpers and Romance. Rated 4.5 stars on 28 reviews. 352 pages.

And the Kindle Daily Deal – Slim to None by Jenny Gardiner. Price: $1. Genre: Comic, Humor, A Food Critic who can’t go incognito (guess why). Rated 4.5 stars on 28 reviews. 356 pages.

Update: The Color of Magic by Terry Pratchett. The First Discworld Novel for $1.

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