50 Thursday morning free kindle books, Kindle Spain and Kindle Italy out

Thanks to Princess Jingle Bells (???) and Irish for these free kindle books:

  1. Miyamoto Musashi’s The Book of Five Rings (Infinite Success Series) by Leo Gough. A classic on war strategy. 120 pages.
  2. Charles Mackay’s Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Tim Phillips. The original guide to financial bubbles. 122 pages.
  3. Haunted Illinois: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Prairie State (Haunted Series) by Troy Taylor. Rated 5 stars on 14 reviews. 148 pages of Unexplained Mysteries and the Supernatural.
  4. O Little Town: A Novel by Don Reid. Rated 5 stars on 14 reviews. 309 pages. A fifty year old mystery and a small town at Christmas.
  5. Drop a Dress Size (52 Brilliant Little Ideas). 128 pages on how to shed a few pounds and drop a few dress sizes.
  6. The Feel Good Factory on Great Sex. 185 pages on how to spice up your sex life and get that loving feeling back and trying new things without getting embarassed.
  7. Marry Me (Zebra Historical Romance) by Jo Goodman. rated 3.5 stars on 21 reviews. 447 pages.
  8. Design on a Crime (Deadly Décor Mysteries, Book 1) by Ginny Aiken. Genre: Women Sleuths, Religious Fiction. Rated 4.5 stars on 6 reviews. 271 pages.
  9. Niccolo Machiavelli’s The Prince (Infinite Business Classics) by Tim Philips. A classic on war and strategy. Rated 4 stars on 1 review. 122 pages.
  10. Child of the Mist (These Highland Hills, Book 1) by Kathleen Morgan. Rated 4 stars on 19 reviews. 336 pages of faith-based romance.
  11. Jinxed (Friends and Lovers Collection) by Beth Ciotta. Rated 4.5 stars on 7 reviews. 371 pages. A beautiful socialite and heiress. A sexy PI.
  12. Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich (Infinite Business Classics) by Karen McCreadie. 52 of the most important points from the classic.

More books after the jump – just click on ‘Read More’.

  1. Harlequin Holiday Collection: Four Classic Seasonal Novellas: And a Dead Guy in a Pear TreeSeduced by the SeasonEvidence of DesireSeason of Wonder. 4 Christmas Novellas.
  2. Carl von Clausewitz’s On War (Infinite Success Series). A book on modern war strategy. 118 pages.
  3. Priced to Move (Shop-Til-U-Drop, Book 1) by Ginny Aiken. Rated 4 stars on 5 reviews. This is from Revell but sounds more like straight-up Chic-Lit.
  4. Samuel Smiles’ Self-Help by Steve Shipside. Apparently, this is an accompaniment to the ‘bible of Mid-Victorian liberalism’.
  5. Cultivate a Cool Career (52 Brilliant Ideas). 272 pages on how to cultivate a cool career.
  6. Bullying (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Dr. Sabina Dosani. Rated 3.5 stars on 7 reviews. 419 kb in size.
  7. Enjoy Retirement (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Janet Butwell. 254 pages. Retirement sounds pretty good right about now (14 books down and 46 to go).
  8. Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Self-Reliance (Infinite Success) by Andrew Homes. An interpretation of Self-Reliance. 118 pages.
  9. Transform Your Life (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Penny Ferguson. 272 pages on working out a vision for your personal and business life and setting out a clear plan of action for achieving it.
  10. Networking (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Nicholas King. 239 pages on networking.
  11. Have it Your Way (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Nicholas Bate. 238 pages on how you can get everyone to see it your way.
  12. Boundless Energy (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Elisabeth Wilson. 272 pages on harnessing your energy.
  13. Healthy Children’s Lunches (52 Brilliant Little Ideas). 129 pages.
  14. Writing bestselling children’s books (52 Brilliant Ideas). Now that you’ve fed their tummies, feed their minds. 256 pages. That cover looks more appropriate for ‘Psycho Killer Typewriter: When Typewriters Attack!’.
  15. Frank Bettger’s How I Raised Myself from Failure to Success (Infinite Success Series) by Karen McCreadie. 124 pages on Sales and Selling.
  16. Rain of Bullets: The True Story of Ernest Ingenito’s Bloody Family Massacre by Patricia A. Martinelli. Rated 4.5 stars on 2 reviews. 248 pages.
  17. The Lazy Winner by Peter Taylor. How to succeed without working hard – apply more thought before you jump into action. 160 pages.
  18. Boost Your Child’s Confidence (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Lucy Morgans and Steve Hemsley. 240 pages.
  19. Incredible Sex (52 Brilliant Little Ideas). 128 pages with a cherry on top.
  20. Lose weight and stay slim (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Eve Cameron. It took me a few minutes to figure out exactly what was on the cover. Talk about exaggerating the effects. 240 pages.
  21. Secrets of porn star sex (52 Brilliant Little Ideas). Please. Enough with the rabbits and ‘incredible sex’ books. Shouldn’t one book on incredible sex be enough for one day?
  22. World’s best romance tips by Peter Cross and Dr. Sabina Dossani. With that cover no wonder Peter is Cross.
  23. Be your own best life coach (52 Brilliant Ideas)by Jackee Holder. 240 pages on how to coach yourself. Let me just put this out there – There’s a chance you’re the worst possible person to be your own life coach. At least that’s true for me. Note: All ideas in this book are tried and tested (at least the author says so).
  24. Helpful herbs for health and beauty (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Barbara Griggs. 240 pages.
  25. Little Book of Big O’s (52 Brilliant Little Ideas). 129 pages. What’s up with all these books on sex. It’s as if Amazon decided to inundate us with self-help and sex today.
  26. Haunted New York City: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Big Apple (Haunted (Stackpole)) by Cheri Revai. Occult and Supernatural tales. 128 pages.
  27. Raising teenagers (52 Brilliant Ideas). 256 pages of Good Luck With That!
  28. Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations (Infinite Success Series) by Karen McCreadie. A book that illustrates the timeless nature of Adam Smith’s insights.
  29. Erotic Fantasies (52 Brilliant Little Ideas). Since we haven’t had anything related to sex today … oh. 129 pages of oohs and aahs.
  30. Indigo Blues by Danielle Joseph. A Children’s Book. Rated 4.5 stars on 7 reviews. I’m confused – why does the guy have the girls’ hair and outfit and vica versa? 240 pages.
  31. Stress-proof Your Business and Your Life by Elisabeth Wilson and Steve Pipe. 128 pages – yes, that’s just what I thought. A book that would stress-proof your entire life wouldn’t need more than 128 pages.
  32. Bound for the Holidays: Ties That Bind, book 1 by Mackenzie McKade. Contemporary Romance with explicit sex.
  33. Calm your hyperactive child (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Dr. Sabina Dosani. 238 pages. Of course, if you have a hyperactive spouse then you better hope she/he dosn’t run across today’s list of free books.
  34. World’s best stress-busting tips. Stressed? What’s stressed even mean?
  35. Benjamin Franklin’s The Way to Wealth (Infinite Business Classics) by Steve Shipside. Rated 4 stars on 39 reviews. 120 pages. Apparently, even smaller than 120 pages.
  36. Dangerous Grounds: Seattle Steam, Book 1 by Shelli Stevens. Genre: Romance, Explicit Sex, Sexiest Cop in Seattle, His Best Friend’s Little Sister. The book’s description starts off: Something’s hot in Seattle and it’s not just the espresso. Rated 4 stars on 11 reviews.
  37. Haunted Virginia: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Old Dominion (Stackpole Haunted Series) by L. B. Taylor Jr. Another collection of supernatural and ghost tales. 128 pages.
  38. The brilliant book of calm (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Tania Ahsan. 240 pages.
  39. Love, Unexpectedly by Susan Fox. Rated 3 stars on 31 reviews. 321 pages. Contemporary Romance.
  40. 10 People Every Christian Should Know by Warren W. Wiersbe. Rated 5 stars on 1 review. Inspiring Stories of 10 true Christians.
  41. Play great guitar (Manga Life) by Rikki Rooksby. 238 pages. Music.
  42. C. Northcote Parkinson’s Parkinson’s Law (Infinite Success) by Leo Gough. 121 pages. Parkinson’s Law.
  43. A Hearth in Candlewood (The Candlewood Trilogy, Book 1) by Delia Parr. Rated 4.5 stars on 6 reviews. 1840s New York. Inspiring and uplifting tale.
  44. Karl Marx’s Das Kapital (Infinite Success Series) by Steve Shipside. 120 pages of Don’t Love Capitalism.
  45. Power-up Pilates (52 Brilliant Ideas) by Steve Shipside. Steve Shipside is a real Renaissance man – switching from Das Kapital to Das Core effortlessly.
  46. Fred Schwed’s Where are the Customers’ Yachts? (Infinite Success) by Leo Gough. Amazing book description and it’s a good question – Where are the Customers’ Yachts?
  47. The User’s guide to the Rabbit (52 Brilliant Little Ideas). OK – this is definitely not what I thought (the care and feeding of rabbits as pets). Guide to a sex toy. 129 pages.

In other news, Amazon releases a Spanish Kindle and an Italian Kindle.

Kindle Spain and Kindle Italy are here

Amazon has sent out two separate and almost identical press releases –

  1. Kindle Spain is available on Amazon Spain for 99 Euros.
  2. There is a Spanish Kindle Store with 22,000 spanish language Kindle Books. There are also 20 of the Top 30 bestsellers.
  3. Kindle Italy is not available on Amazon Italy for 99 Euros.
  4. There are 16,000 Italian language kindle books.

It’s interesting that only the Kindle 4 (the one with neither keyboard nor touch) is available internationally yet. The fact that touch Kindle doesn’t have the international keyboard suggests that either Amazon doesn’t plan to release it worldwide anytime soon, or that there is another Kindle (perhaps a Mirasol Kindle) on the way.

7 thoughts on “50 Thursday morning free kindle books, Kindle Spain and Kindle Italy out”

  1. I am pretty new here, and this was a great bucket of books! Thanks! Merry Christmas, or Happy Holidays … whichever doesn’t offend, ha ha! Timmy Gibson

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