Sunday afternoon free kindle books, book deals

First, courtesy of Happy Reader Joyce, here are some free kindle books.

Getting the Words Right by Theodore Cheney. Genre: Authorship, Publishing, Reference. Rated 4.5 stars on 16 reviews. 256 pages.

How to Be a Writer: Building Your Creative Skills Through Practice and Play by Barbara Baig. Genre: Writing, Words and Language, Reference. Rated 5 stars on 8 reviews. 272 pages.

The Complete Handbook Of Novel Writing: Everything You Need to Know About Creating & Selling Your Work (Writers Digest) by Editors of Writer’s Digest Books. Genre: Writing, Words and Language, Reference. 528 pages.

The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing: Everything You Need to Know to Write, Publish, Promote and Sell Your Own Book (Complete Guide to Self-Publishing Everything) by Marilyn Ross. Genre: Writing, Words and Language, Reference, Publishing. Rated 4.5 stars on 152 reviews. 576 pages.

Story Structure Architect by Victoria Lynn Schmidt. Genre: Writing, Words and Language, Reference. Rated 3.5 stars on 26 reviews. 288 pages.

Hooked: Write Fiction That Grabs Readers at Page One & Never Lets Them Go by Les Edgerton. Genre: Writing, Words and Language, Reference. Rated 4.5 stars on 38 reviews. 256 pages.

Next, some kindle book deals (not free, deal = cheap).

[Kindle Daily Deal] Perfect on Paper: The (Mis)Adventures of Waverly Bryson by Maria Murnane. Price: $1.99. Genre: Romance, Fiction, True Love and First Dates. Rated 4.5 stars on 192 reviews. 304 pages.

El Narco: Inside Mexico’s Criminal Insurgency by Ioan Grillo. Price: $2.99. Genre: Crimonology, Social Sciences, True Crime. 336 pages. A portrait of Mexico’s Drug Cartels and the Mexican Drug Wars.

You can also go to the Amazon Movers and Shakers List. There are lots of books at $2.99 that are moving up the charts. Think they are all part of Amazon’s 100 Books under $3.99 Deals promotion. The Movers and Shakers Chart is a good way to see which of these are popular.

6 thoughts on “Sunday afternoon free kindle books, book deals”

  1. Looks like Amazon has finally gotten the message that the kindle books they sell are often written by people who don’t know how to write.
    They have responded with: Amazon University’s School of Creative Writing.**

    What’s next? Amazon University’s School of Creative Selling with courses like: Learn how to get people to pay for things that are supposed to be free in five easy lessons.

    **All of the books on writing were published by Writer’s Digest, a reputable publisher.

  2. I often see people referring to the “99 cent list.” I’ve never been able to find a list by that name. How do you get to it?

    1. The 99 cent list?

      There are a few lists –

      Discounted Books thread at Amazon Kindle forum. Run by Kindle owners.
      Amazon’s sales. Sometimes it’s a 99 cent books sale. Usually it’s books at $2.99 and $3.99. IT’s 100 at a time and happens almost every month.

      1. I thought from the way some people have talked about it that there might be an actual list with that name. Guess I’ll have to keep using the search box.

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