Free Kindle Books for Wednesday Morning, February 29th

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Free Kindle Books – Full List at Amazon

Free Kindle Books – Romance

  1. *The Healing Tree (The Healing Trilogy) by Amy De Trempe. Price: Free. Genre: Romance, Religious, Historical. Rated 5 stars on 10 reviews. 239 pages.
  2. *[Repeat, Good] His Wife for a While by Donna Fasano. Price: Free. Genre: Contemporary Romance, Deceptive Plans, Unexpected Lovers. Rated 4 stars on 34 reviews. 339 kb in size, or about 165 pages.
  3. To Walk In The Sun (Wiggon’s School for Elegant Young Ladies) by Jane Charles. Price: $0. Genre: Historical Romance. Rated 4.5 stars on 7 reviews. 302 pages.
  4. A Kingdom’s Possession by Nicole J. Persun. Price: $0. Genre: Romantic Fantasy. Rated 4 stars on 17 reviews. 228 pages.
  5. Shadows by Jen Black. Price: $0. Genre: Romantic Suspense, Horror, Ghosts, Past and Present Passion. Rated 5 stars on 2 reviews. Perhaps 130 to 150 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Thrillers & Mysteries

  1. ***[Pick of the Day] Moscow Sting: A Novel (Finn) by Alex Dryden. Price: $0. Genre: Spy Story, Thriller, Harper Collins. Rated 4 stars on 45 reviews. 370 pages. Starred Review from Publishers Weekly. 
  2. Night Flight by Donna Ball. Price: Free. Genre: Thriller, Suspense, Murder, Action. Rated 4 stars on 5 reviews. 177 pages.
  3. *Man of Wax (Man of Wax Trilogy) by Robert Swartwood. Price: Free. Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense, Horror. Rated 4 stars on 18 reviews. 296 pages.
  4. *[Sleeper Pick] Race Traitor by Elisa Hategan. Price: Free. Genre: Thriller, Spy Stories & Tales of Intrigue, Unexpected, Youth. Rated 4.5 stars on 17 reviews. 433 pages.
  5. [Repeat] Waves of Regret by Ken Floyd. Price: Free. Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Terrorist, FBI. Rated 4.5 stars on 7 reviews. 286 pages.
  6. *The Bridgeman (An Emily Taylor Mystery) by Catherine Astolfo. Price: Free. Genre: Mystery, Women Sleuths, Secrets, Small Town. Rated 5 stars on 7 reviews. 319 kb in size, or about 160 pages. For some reason covers like this appeal to me – where you only see part of the killer and can look at things as he’s seeing them.
  7. *[Promising] The Covert Element – A James Becker Thriller (James “Beck” Becker Suspense/Thriller Series) by John L. Betcher. Price: Free. Genre: Thriller, Suspense, Military. Rated 4.5 stars on 18 reviews. 274 pages.
  8. When Graveyards Yawn (The Apocalypse Trilogy) by G. Wells Taylor. Price: Free. Genre: Mystery, Hard-Boiled, Science Fiction, Horror. Rated 4 stars on 12 reviews. 490 kb in size, or about 245 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Fantasy, Science Fiction & Horror

  1. ** [Repeat from 2011, Very Good] A Chance for Charity (The Immortal Ones – A Paranormal Romance) by S.L. Baum. Price: Free. Genre: Horror, Mythology, Family, Supernatural. Rated 4.5 stars on 45 reviews. 261 pages.
  2. Death’s Hand, A Dark Urban Fantasy (The Descent Series) by SM Reine. Price: Free. Genre: Dark Fantasy, Horror, Heaven & Hell. Rated 4.5 stars on 11 reviews. 398 kb in size, or about 200 pages.
  3. **The Storm Glass by Fred Limberg. Price: Free. Genre: Science Fiction, Adventure, Hannibal, Missouri, Revenge. Rated 5 stars on 8 reviews. 472 kb in size, or about 235 pages.

Free Kindle Books – For Children of All Ages

  1. **[Pick of the Day] Noah Zarc: Mammoth Trouble (Noah Zarc, #1) by D. Robert Pease. Price: $0. Genre: Children, Spaceships, Time Travel, Killer Robots, Endangered Animals. Rated 4.5 stars on 50 reviews. 321 pages. 
  2. *Not Just For Breakfast Anymore by PV Lundgvist. Price: Free. Genre: Baseball, Sports, Pets, Children. Rated 5 stars on 6 reviews. 210 pages.
  3. Birds: Discover Series Picture Book for Children by Xist Publishing. Price: $0. Genre: Pictures of Birds. Rated 5 stars on 1 review.

Free Kindle Books – Various Genres (Fiction) including Adventure

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Free Kindle Books – Non Fiction

  1. **The Secret Art of Self-Development: 16 little-known rules for eternal happiness & freedom by Karl Moore. Price: $0. Genre: Happiness, Self-Transformation. So Secret only hundreds of millions of people can access it via Amazon. Rated 5 stars on 21 reviews. 108 pages.
  2. The 18 Rules of Happiness: How to Be Happy by Karl Moore. Price: $0. Genre: Happiness, Non Eternal Happiness. 81 pages. Rated 4.5 stars on 22 reviews – Karl Moore is like the Karl Marx of Self Development. Also, if the 16 rules in the earlier book made us eternally happy and free – Why do we need 18 more rules?
  3. 50 Homemade Cookie Recipes by M. Smith and R. King. Price: $0. Genre: Cookies. Rated 4 stars on 1 review. I had this bag of soft cookies with big chunks of chocolate – and just finished it yesterday. Wish I’d left one for today.
  4. Make More, Worry Less: Secrets from 18 Extraordinary People Who Created a Bigger Income and a Better Life by Wes Moss. Price: $0. Genre: Make More Cookies & Worry Less, Personal Finance. 277 pages. Do you think Wes Moss is trying to compensate for his short name with that humongous title? I might be syllable deficient but what till you see my book’s title.
Today’s Deal (Not Free, just Cheap)
  1. Kindle Daily Deal – Barbara Gordon’s account of addiction and recovery – I’m Dancing As Fast As I Can. $0.99. Rated 4 stars on 21 reviews. 370 pages.
Frederick Terwilliger Junior and the Great Gull
by Meaghan Gray

I swayed with the choppy green sea. The sails billowed, angry in the harsh wind. Black clouds hurried in from the horizon, bringing with them electric light. This chaos was not what I was meant for.

Two hours ago I was at my Father’s funeral, reciting a eulogy with stoic precision.

“Frederick Terwilliger Senior was a decent man,” I began, the words as cold as my hands. “On Sundays, he went to church and brought his extra haul with him to share. Every other day of the week he worked, sailing and fishing and sailing and fishing. I remember that he always smelled like a bog — like a sick man’s breath,” my voice wavered. I dropped my notes, “I remember that he took me to a flea market and bought me a fishing rod, promising that one day he would teach me how. That was six months ago. Now he’s dead and I’ll never know how to fish.”

I rushed out of the funeral home and beat pavement till I hit the dock. Panting, I untied Father’s boat and launched the vessel. Wet and salty air masked my tears.

A whale disturbed by the storm bashed my ship and sent me careening forward, nearly toppling over the boat’s edge. I steadied myself and cried aloud for mercy, knowing that prayer was my only hope for survival.

The storm did not let up. For hours it raged on, furious as I was scared. I was tossed about the whole time, fighting back seasickness and steadying myself the best that I could. Finally, I passed out on the deck.

When I awoke, the sea was calm and beautiful, magnificent and endless around me. I was lost. My first thought was that I needed to ensure my survival. I hurried to the small cabin and gathered together sixteen dinner mints, two bottles of water, and four beers.

The beers were useless. They would do nothing but dehydrate me. Still, I cracked them open and drained them one after another. After the ordeal I’d just been through, nothing could have been more appealing than a drink, except, perhaps, a cold drink.

Fairly drunk and thoroughly sedated, I emerged from the cabin a new man. I popped dinner mints while I gestured rudely at the sea, laughing at how easy it was to conquer.

“I’ve survived your terrors,” I laughed. “This is nothing!”

I slept heavily that night, brought down by the alcohol. When I took inventory of my supplies the next morning, I was disappointed to see only one bottle of water and six dinner mints left. I cursed my hangover and myself as I drank half of the remaining water.

After that, I sat. Occasionally, I adjusted the sails, but mostly, I just sat because I did not know anything about sailing.

When I was younger, my Father tried to teach me the names of the sides of a boat, but I just kept saying “Starbird” and eventually he gave up. That was mostly what my Father did: gave up. My Mom, school, his family, me, he gave up on everything; everything except for fishing and sailing.

A bird cawed above me and my stomach screamed. I shot up and scanned the sky. There above me was a pure white gull, screeching her song.

I hurried into the cabin and searched unsuccessfully for a weapon. Wildly, desperately, I grabbed a fishing rod and bolted back to the deck. I casted crazily into the air, over and over again. My mania was fueled by hunger and I would not give up. Into the night and on until late dawn, I sailed beneath the gull, casting as often as my tired hands would allow.

My Father had never made any legitimate attempts to teach me how to fish. I always figured that he thought that I couldn’t, and after this experience, I supposed he was right.

I wondered briefly if I would be more successful fishing in the sea around me than in the sky above. I cast my line into the water and waited. After a minute, maybe two, I glanced up at the bird. Then I glanced again, and again, and again. I reeled in the line and began casting into the air. After that, I did not consider fishing for fish again.

That evening, I decided that it would be safe for me to nap in intervals while I hunted the gull. I was very nearly out of both water and dinner mints and I’d been in the Sun all day. Sleep was the only way to keep my energy up.

I dreamt about catching the bird during my first two naps, but during the third, I was no longer on the boat. I was back at the small, stinky apartment that my Father and I had shared for all of my life. Sitting in the corner, twiddling his thumbs was my Father. I approached him slowly, eyeing the deep grooves of his sea-worn face.

“Dad?” I whispered. He looked up and reached a hand out toward me. “Dad!” I cried, waking myself up. The gull cawed. “Dad?” I whispered again. The gull cawed. “We need to talk,” I smiled.

That night, I did not cast my fishing rod into the sky. Instead, I spoke calmly and directly to the gull. I explained to him that it was not fair for him to expect so much from me, while offering so little in return. I yelled at him for leaving me alone when I didn’t even know how to fish or sail or anything yet. I told him all of the things that I could never say to my Father when he was alive. Whether it was because he would not listen or because I never really tried to speak to him, I do not know. All I know is that I talked to that gull until my throat was sore.

As the Sun rose that dawn, it revealed a full horizon. Trees, buildings, people, docks, all populated my vision. I screamed out loud at the sight of them and the gull cawed.

Free Kindle Books for Tuesday Morning, February 28th

Disclaimer: Prices Change. It’s 6:14 am EST and all books were free FOR EVERYONE in the US (you didn’t have to have Prime). Please check the Price BEFORE buying – especially if you are reading this post on Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday.

Free Kindle Books – Full List at Amazon

Free Kindle Books – Romance

  1. *Alcandian Quest (Alcadians, Book One) by Mary Wine. Price: Free. Genre: Romance, Dating, Mr. Right. Rated 4.5 stars on 8 reviews. 178 pages.
  2. The Misconception by Darlene Gardner. Price: $0. Genre: Humor, Romance. Rated 4 stars on 5 reviews. 400 kb in size so perhaps 100 to 125 pages.
  3. Sleeper Cells by Sandra Yvette Desjardins. Price: Free. Genre: Romance, High School, Alien, Science Fiction. Rated 5 stars on 4 reviews. 522 kb in size, or about 260 pages.
  4. ** [Repeat, Very Good] Veiled Eyes (Lake People) by C.L. Bevill. Price: Free. Genre: Romance, Fantasy, Action & Adventure. Rated 4.5 stars on 50 reviews. 256 pages.
  5. The Known Experiment by Mr. X. Price: $0. Genre: Erotica. Rated 4 stars on 4 reviews. 226 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Thrillers & Mysteries

  1. ***[Get It Now!] The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted: A Psychological Thriller by Andrew E. Kaufman. Price: $0. Genre: Thriller. Rated 5 stars on 31 reviews. 293 pages. 
  2. [Cover of the Day] Cries in the Dark by P. A. Woodburn. Price: $0. Genre: Suspense Thriller, Women Sleuths. Rated 4 stars on 17 reviews. 259 pages. This cover is amazign – the chimp in the background, the 80s Rockstar Hairstyle, her facial expression, the stunted pistol. 
  3. [Wild Card] The Unknown (A Novel) by Linda Pendleton. Price: $0. Genre: Unknown, Suspense Thriller. No reviews – how appropriate that we no nothing about a novel called ‘The Unknown’. 479 kb so perhaps 150 pages.
  4. [Repeat, Good] The Truant Officer by Derek Ciccone. Price: Free. Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Contemporary, International. Rated 4 stars on 8 reviews. 566 kb in size, or about 280 pages.
  5. [Repeat, Good] Color Me Grey (Book One of the Alexis Stanton Chronicles) by J.C. Phelps. Price: Free. Genre: Thriller, Spy Stories & Tales of Intrigue. Rated 4 stars on 30 reviews. 190 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Religious

  1. **A Texan’s Promise (Heart of a Hero) by Shelley Gray. Price: Free. Genre: Religious, Historical, 1870s, Texas. Rated 4.5 stars on 25 reviews. 352 pages.
  2. Changing Planes by Laurie J. Brenner. Price: Free. Genre: Religious, Secrets, Other Worlds, New Reality. Rated 4 stars on 12 reviews. 180 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Fantasy, Science Fiction & Horror

  1. *[Pick of the Day] Dark Phase by Jonathan Davison. Price: $0. Genre: Does an Android’s Life Have Meaning, Science Fiction, Cerebral. Rated 4 stars on 5 reviews. 226 pages.
  2. [Repeat, Very Good] Shadowbloom (Rhyme of the Willow) by The Sullivan Brothers. Price: $0. Genre: Fantasy, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Rated 5 stars on 20 reviews. 822 kb in size so perhaps 250 to 350 pages.
  3. *In The House of Five Dragons by Erica Lindquist and Aron Christensen. Price: $0. Genre: Epic Fantasy, Not the Hero They Remember. Rated 4.5 stars on 8 reviews. 571 pages. 
  4. [Repeat, Very Good] Rippler (The Ripple Trilogy) by Cidney Swanson. Price: Free. Genre: Contemporary Fantasy, Invisibility, Romance, Nazis. Rated 4.5 stars on 67 reviews. 289 pages.
  5. [Repeat, Good] Storytellers (Storytellers Saga) by Martin C Sharlow. Price: Free. Genre: Epic Fantasy, Series, Magic, Fiction. Rated 4.5 stars on 6 reviews. 343 pages.
  6. ***[Pick of the Day]Reckless Magic (The Star-Crossed Series, Book 1) by Rachel Higginson. Price: Free. Genre: Magic, Adventure, Mystery, Romance. Rated 4.5 stars on 94 reviews. 298 pages.
  7. Eye of the Witch (Detective Marcella Witch’s Series) by Dana Donovan. Price: $0. Genre: Occult Horror, No Country for Witches. Rated 3.5 stars on 13 reviews. 218 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Historical Fiction

  1. **Prayer at Rumayla: A Novel of the Gulf War by Charles Sheehan-Miles. Price: Free. Genre: Gulf War, Psychological, Conflict. Rated 4.5 stars on 21 reviews. 198 pages.

Free Kindle Books – For Children of All Ages

  1. The Puzzle Master by Heather Spiva. Price: Free. Genre: Friendship, Social, Pre-Teen, Tragedies & Triumphs. Rated 5 stars on 4 reviews. 305 kb in size, or about 150 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Various Genres (Fiction) including Adventure

  1. Final Hours by N.L. Beishir. Price: Free. Genre: Literary Fiction, Brush with Death, Life Improvements. Rated 4.5 stars on 5 reviews. 160 pages.
  2. *LUCIDITY: A Ghost of a Love Story by CJ Lyons. Price: Free. Genre: Action & Adventure, Drug, Save the World. Rated 4.5 stars on 9 reviews. 279 pages.
  3. Marysvale by Jared Southwick. Price: $0. Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, A World Enslaved. Rated 4.5 stars on 70 reviews. 388 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Non Fiction

  1. *[Sleeper Pick] The Third Floor by Judi Loren Grace. Price: $0. Genre: Memoir, An Unwed 15-year-old Mother. Rated 5 stars on 6 reviews. 208 pages.
  2. *Dead Air – The Rise and Demise of Music Radio by Bill Young. Price: $0. Genre: Video Killed The Radio Star, Radio History. Rated 4.5 stars on 9 reviews. 
  3. *Marketing Strategy from the Masters (Collection) by Philip Kotler and many more. Price: $0. Genre: Marketing, 3 Books in 1. No reviews. 1,173 pages. Three books cincluding Marketing Metrics, Marketing in the Public Sector, and Brand Revitalization. 
  4. Big Data: The Next Frontier for Innovation, Competition, and Productivity by Richard Dobbs. Price: $0. Genre: Big Data. 4 MB.
  5. Weekend Homesteader: May by Anna Hess. Price: Free. Genre: Home & Garden, Horticulture, Vegetables. Rated 5 stars on 6 reviews. 36 pages.
  6. [Repeat] Business and Competitive Analysis: Effective Application of New and Classic Methods by Craig S. Fleisher and Babette E. Bensoussan. Price: Free. Genre: Systems & Planning, Decision Making & Problem Solving, Management and Leadership. Rated 5 stars on 3 reviews. 528 pages.
  7. Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century (The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Reports on Digital Media and Learning) by Henry Jenkins. Price: Free. Genre: Curricula, General & Reference, Computers & Technology. Rated 4 stars on 6 reviews. 146 pages.
  8. [Be Careful] Forbidden Demon Summoning Secrets – THE Guide to Demons and Demon Summoning Rituals by Samael Purson. Price: $0. Genre: Don’t Try This At Home, Demon History, Demon Summoning Rituals. Rated 4 stars on 8 reviews.
  9. Wicca Magical Beginnings – The History and Origins (Book of Shadows of Gerald Gardner, Pagan Witchcraft) by Sorita d’Este and David Rankine. Price: $0. Genre: Wicca, Magick, Witchcraft. Rated 5 stars on 8 reviews. 286 pages.
  10. *Leap of Reason: Managing to Outcomes In an Era of Scarcity by Mario Morino. Price: $0. Genre: For Non Profits and Public Section, Leadership. Rated 5 stars on 6 reviews.
  11. *50 Everyday Chinese and Indian Tasty and Healthy Food Recipes (Asian Recipes for Dummies) by Agnes Chu. Price: $0. Genre: Cooking, Indian, Chinese.
  12. **Kama Sutra Aphrodisiac Cocktails for Seniors by S. Scott. Price: $0. Genre: Aphrodisiac Cocktails, Whatever That Is, Liquid Chocolate. 501 kb which includes 52 different cocktails.
  13. Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child: How to be a Responsible Member of Society by raising Well-Behaved Children who Love and Respect You by Papa Riah. Price: $0. Genre: Parenting, Raising Kids. Or you could just raise them on TV and Disney and Angry Birds – takes a lot less effort.
  14. *Delicious and Nutritious Gluten-Free Dessert Recipes: Affordable, Easy and Tasty Meals You Will Love by Martha McBride. Price: $0. Genre: Desserts, Gluten-Free. Rated 5 stars on 5 reviews.

Today’s Deal (Not Free, just Cheap)

  1. **Lament: The Faerie Queen’s Deception by Maggie Stiefvater. Adventure Fantasy based on Celtic Faerie Lore. Rated 4 stars on 140 reviews. Just 99 cents.

The Cliff

She had lost her Human. She walked along the grass path quickly as her three brains computed his likely location. It was his job to evade her – perhaps to do things his leaders had forbidden him and the other humans on this trip from doing. It was her job to shadow him and keep him safe. If she failed she would be decommissioned.

It was a trip to an old human settlement called Dover. Humans weren’t allowed out of their walled cities often. Their leaders considered it too dangerous. A few times a year every human was given the opportunity to visit old human settlements – villages and towns that seemed terribly small and inefficient. The Humans’ helpers turned into protectors on such trips.

She stopped. There was a human on a cliff 237 metres away. He seemed larger and stronger than the humans she was used to. His brain seemed slightly bigger too. As her brains began to compute the possibilities she realized that he might be suffering from one of the common human afflictions. Living in walled cities seemed to cause a fraction of humans to decide to jump off buildings. The Prime Directive kicked in and she began to run towards him at a pace that would have given her away as a helper.

The man had jumped by the time she got to the cliff. As she looked over the cliff and computed the probabilities and possibilities of attempting to save him … at the cost of leaving her assigned human unprotected … she saw the most unbelievable thing.

The man had unfurled a set of wings and was gliding towards the sea. As she looked on he began to beat his wings and was soon flying. Like one of the flying transports the city leaders used to travel between cities. Only the leaders were allowed to travel between cities. She didn’t know how to process what she was seeing. Humans who could fly.

Seven hours later her human found her. She was sitting on the edge of the cliff looking out to sea. He seemed angry. He said something about her not doing her job and she just nodded and apologized mechanically.

She spent the rest of the trip thinking about the human who could fly. The Prime Directive meant she always had to protect humans and follow their orders – but it didn’t say anything about how to interpret a human who could fly. As the transports buzzed towards the city she couldn’t stop thinking about the human with the wings. He didn’t need a helper. He didn’t need a walled city.

She looked at the humans and helpers sitting in the transport with her. Safe in the transport. Safe in the city. Safe. Always Safe.

Gareth walked up the path to the Cliff. He liked the Cliff. It was the perfect place to jump from – enough height and very few rough winds. There was a girl standing there. A young girl. She turned to him and he realized she was a replicant. They had come for him. It had been a good life. He refused to hide like the others. Now they had come for him and it would all be over. The ‘purification’ and a life in their walled city.

The girl spoke in a sweet, clear voice – ‘I Want to Fly’.

Free Kindle Books for Monday Evening, February 27th

Disclaimer: Prices Change. It’s 6:37 pm EST and all books were free FOR EVERYONE in the US (you didn’t have to have Prime). Please check the Price BEFORE buying – especially if you are reading this post on Tuesday.

Free Kindle Books – Full List at Amazon

Free Kindle Books – Romance

  1. Nanny Behaving Badly by Judy Jarvie. Price: Free. Genre: Contemporary Romance, Nanny, Opposites Attract. Rated 4.5 stars on 2 reviews. 248 kb in size, or about 125 pages.
  2. *My Last Blind Date by Susan Hatler. Price: $0. Genre: Short Story, Blind Date, With a Perfect ’10’, Last Blind Date was a ‘-5’. Rated 4.5 stars on 3 reviews. Kudos for the title.
  3. Free Falling by Debra Webb. Price: $0. Genre: Romance. 126 pages. Rated 3.5 stars on 2 reviews. Tom Petty wants his title back.
  4. The Scorpion and the Seducer (Khamsin Warriors of the Wind) by Bonnie Vanak. Price: $0. Genre: Historical Romance, Unacceptable Adopted Viscount’s Daughter, Notorious Rake, Her Roots in Egypt. Well thought out cover promises a good book. 499 kb so perhaps 150 to 200 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Thrillers & Mysteries

  1. **[Pick of the Day] Night Corridor by Joan Hall Hovey. Price: $0. Genre: Suspense Thriller, Stalkers, Saviors, Madness. Rated 4.5 stars on 38 reviews. 
  2. *Simple Simon (An Art Jefferson Thriller) by Ryne Douglas Pearson. Price: $0. Genre: Thriller. Rated 4 stars on 16 reviews. 248 pages.
  3. *[Repeat, Good] No Shelter (Holly Lin, No. 1) by Robert Swartwood and Z. Constance Frost. Price: $0. Genre: Spy Stories, Tales of Intrigue. Rated 5 stars on 13 reviews. 296 pages.
  4. *Bang (Memoirs of a Relationship Assassin) by David Wailing. Price: $0. Genre: Prove Your Partner’s Infidelity by Hiring the Relationship Assassin. Apart from the unfortunate title, this sounds interesting. A relationship assassin sounds much quicker than a few years of absolute indifference.
  5. *THE BEAUTIFUL EVIL by Robbi Bryant. Price: Free. Genre: Thriller, Suspense, Psychological, Ghost. Rated 5 stars on 14 reviews. 402 kb in size, or about 200 pages.
  6. Sin and Sacrifice (The Daughters of Eve #1) by Danielle Bourdon. Price: Free. Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Secrets, Family. Rated 4 stars on 6 reviews. 286 pages.
  7. Changes — A Randall Lee Mystery by Charles Colyott. Price: Free. Genre: Mystery, Action & Adventure, Murder, Chinese Culture. Rated 5 stars on 2 reviews. 438 kb in size, or about 220 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Fantasy, Science Fiction & Horror

  1. The Fisherman’s Son by Marilyn Peake. Price: Free. Genre: Fantasy, Magical Dolphin, Adventure. Rated 4.5 stars on 16 reviews. 196 kb in size, or about 100 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Historical Fiction

  1. **[Pick of the Day]The Silence of Trees by Valya Dudycz Lupescu. Price: Free. Genre: Contemporary Historical Fiction, Chicago, Ukraine, Fantasy. Rated 4.5 stars on 116 reviews. 336 pages.
  2. *Bringing the Thunder: The Missions of a World War II B-29 Pilot in the Pacific (Stackpole Military History Series) by Gorden Bennett Robertson Jr. Price: $0. Genre: Military History, Fly Boy Memoirs. Rated 4.5 stars on 13 reviews. 304 pages.
  3. * [Very Promising] Southern Seahawk: A Novel of the Civil War at Sea by Randall Peffer. Price: $0. Genre: Civil War, Sea Adventures, Historical Fiction. Rated 5 stars on 2 reviews. 300 pages.

Free Kindle Books – For Children of All Ages

  1. Dinosaur Bedtime: Letters [A Cute and Quick Bedtime Story] by L.L. Garcia. Price: Free. Genre: 3-6 Years, Picture Book, Dinosaurs, Bedtime. Rated 5 stars on 1 review. 1146 kb in size with pictures.
  2. Pirates of Savannah: Book One, Sold in Savannah (Pirates of Savannah (Young Adult Version)) by Tarrin P. Lupo. Price: Free. Genre: Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Pirates, Historical. Rated 5 stars on 4 reviews. 1013 kb in size.
  3. Pirates of Savannah: Book Two, Battle Rats – Young Adult Teen Historical Fiction Action Adventure (Pirates of Savannah (Young Adult Version)) by Tarrin P. Lupo. Price: Free. Genre: Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Pirates, Historical. Rated 5 stars on 1 review. 1116 kb in size.
  4. Pirates of Savannah: Book Three, The Rise of April – Young Adult Teen Historical Fiction Action Adventure (Pirates of Savannah (Young Adult Version)) by Tarrin P. Lupo. Price: Free. Genre: Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Pirates, Historical. Rated 5 stars on 1 review. 918 kb in size.

Free Kindle Books – Various Genres (Fiction) including Adventure

  1. The Billionaire’s Marriage Proposal by Melody Anne. Price: $0. Genre: Family Drama, Drama, Billionaires, Explicit Sex. Rated 3.5 stars on 7 reviews. If the book has as much drama as the description, this one should be a winner. Around 100 to 150 pages.
  2. *Whistler’s Angel (The Bannerman Series) by John R. Maxim. Price: Free. Genre: Action & Adventure, Crime Drama, Archetypal. Rated 4 stars on 18 reviews. 599 kb in size, or about 300 pages.
  3. *[Sleeper Pick]Scratch by Danny Gillan. Price: $0. Genre: Candid Humor, Starting From Scratch, Not Having an Affair. Rated 5 stars on 16 reviews. 293 pages.

Free Kindle Books – Non Fiction

  1. **[Sounds Promising] My Kindle Fire (My…) by Jim Cheshire. Price: Free. Genre: Computers, Hardware, Kindle Fire, Guides. Rated 4.5 stars on 23 reviews. 288 pages.
  2. Make More, Worry Less: Secrets from 18 Extraordinary People Who Created a Bigger Income and a Better Life by Wes Moss. Price: Free. Genre: Financial, Advice, Lifestyle. Rated 4 stars on 12 reviews. 277 pages.
  3. **[Repeat, Very Good] In the Line of Fire: How to Handle Tough Questions … When It Counts by Jerry Weissman. Price: $0. Genre: Tough Questions, Communication. Rated 4.5 stars on 48 reviews. 216 pages.
  4. ng upp Ageless Beauty & Timeless Strength by Howard VanEs. Price: $0. Genre: Fitness, Beauty & Strength. Rated 5 stars on 9 reviews. 1.5 MB in size.
  5. **The Rules of Work: A Definitive Code for Personal Success by Richard Templar. Price: $0. Genre: Rules of Work, Recommended. Rated 4 stars on 49 reviews. 273 pages.
  6. Angry Birds Game Tips by George Hall. Price: $0. Genre: Angry Birds. Rated 5 stars on 3 reviews. Perhaps 80 to 100 pages.
  7. *The Green Gourmet Perfect Cup of Tea Book: Tea History & Culture, Teas of the World, How to Make the Perfect Cup of Tea by Lori Jane Stewart. Price: $0. Genre: Tea, Gastronomy, Tea History, Obsessed with Tea. Rated 5 stars on 8 reviews. Perhaps 100 pages.
  8. Dealing with Depression Naturally by Dr. Miriam Kinai. Price: $0. Genre: Manage Depression Holistically. 118 pages. That’s a pretty depressing cover. Pretty much anyone who looks at it for too long will need to read a book on depression.
  9. [Repeat, Good] Hire Me Hollywood by Mark Scherzer. Price: $0. Genre: Getting Jobs in Hollywood. Rated 4.5 stars on 3 reviews. 386 pages.

Today’s Deal (Not Free, just Cheap)

  1. Kindle Daily Deal. A Noble Cause by J. Gregory Smith. Price: Free. Genre: Mystery, Hard-Boiled, Thriller. Rated 4 stars on 26 reviews. 363 pages.