More Free Books for Read an eBook Week

Let’s try this again as I must have done this too late last night and messed up the links!

 

Continuing the celebration of Read an eBook Week – you can check out their dedicated website at http://www.ebookweek.com – read an eBook Week is March 3rd – March 9th this year (and all month in Canada).

While this is a continuation of various free eBook resources for you, here’s one more note before you start surfing away: if you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://smarturl.it/xfer into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

 

Lybrary.com

Lybrary specializes in magic, gambling, and games such as bridge and chess. They are also offering a wide variety of free eBooks this week: look for the free button on the right-hand side of their website just below the credit card buttons. You can click here or type in http://lybrary.com into your web browser to check out the site and the free eBook offers.

 

Central Avenue Publishing

Central Avenue Publishing is an independent press specializing in digital books and featuring writers of original fiction, poetry, and selected non-fiction. They are offering two free downloads each day during Read an eBook Week. Once you get to their website, just look for the line item “Read an eBook Week” underneath the “News” header. If you click here or type in http://centralavenuepublishing.com, you can check them out.

 

Writers-Exchange

Writers Exchange is an Australian publisher with over 300 eBooks, and they are offering a number of free eBooks this week. When I clicked on their link last night, there were five freebies – their instructions on the website for these books say to click the “buy now” icon but to just put “0” in the price. You can click here or type in http://www.writers-exchange.com/Free-Ebooks.html into your web browser to take a look at these.

Hope that helps!

Michael

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More Free Books for Read an eBook Week

Continuing the celebration of Read an eBook Week – you can check out their dedicated website at http://www.ebookweek.com – read an eBook Week is March 3rd – March 9th this year (and all month in Canada).

While this is a continuation of various free eBook resources for you, here’s one more note before you start surfing away: if you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://smarturl.it/xfer into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

Lybrary.com

Lybrary specializes in magic, gambling, and games such as bridge and chess. They are also offering a wide variety of free eBooks this week: look for the free button on the right-hand side of their website just below the credit card buttons. You can click here or type in http://lybrary.com into your web browser to check out the site and the free eBook offers.

Central Avenue Publishing

Central Avenue Publishing is an independent press specializing in digital books and featuring writers of original fiction, poetry, and selected non-fiction. They are offering two free downloads each day during Read an eBook Week. Once you get to their website, just look for the line item “Read an eBook Week” underneath the “News” header. If you click here or type in http://centralavenuepublishing.com, you can check them out.

Writers-Exchange

Writers Exchange is an Australian publisher with over 300 eBooks, and they are offering a number of free eBooks this week. When I clicked on their link last night, there were five freebies – their instructions on the website for these books say to click the “buy now” icon but to just put “0” in the price. You can click here or type in http://www.writers-exchange.com/Free-Ebooks.html into your web browser to take a look at these.

Hope that helps!

Michael

Organize your books on your Kindle Fire with the Collections and Categories App! Click Here or type in http://smarturl.it/firecollections into your web browser to get it now!

bookshelf

 

 

Want to have this blog sent wirelessly to your e-Ink Kindle vs. reading it on your computer? Try out the free two-week trial subscription! Click here for the Amazon page of the Free Kindle Books and Tips blog or type in http://smarturl.it/fkblog into your web browser.

Three Sources for Free Kindle Books

Continuing the celebration of Read an eBook Week – you can check out their dedicated website at http://www.ebookweek.com – read an eBook Week is March 3rd – March 9th this year (and all month in Canada).

And here’s a hodgepodge of free eBook resources for you, but here’s one more note before you start surfing away: if you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://smarturl.it/xfer into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

 

Flipreads

Flipreads is a distribution site for Filipino and Asian pubishers, authors, and content providers ensuring Asian-reader easier access to eBooks. For the free eBook listing, click on the “free” link. You can click here or type in https://www.flipreads.com into your web browser to check out the Flipreads site.

 

Virtualo

Virtualo is a Polish site offering a wide variety of eBooks. If you click here , you can get Anna Karenina free during this week.

To check out the Virtualo site, you can Click here or type in http://virtualo.pl/ into your web browser.

 

The Wild Rose Press

The Wild Rose Press offers romance titles, and will be offering a selection of normally full-retail priced novels, novellas, and short stories for free this week. You can Click here or type in http://smarturl.it/1jnqxa into your web browser to check out their site.

 

Have fun!

Michael

 

Organize your books on your Kindle Fire with the Collections and Categories App! Click Here or type in http://smarturl.it/firecollections into your web browser to get it now!

bookshelf

 

 

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Twilight Child – Free Kindle Book

Today marks the start of Read an eBook Week, and this is my fourth year to participate with this group. You can check out their dedicated website at http://www.ebookweek.com – read an eBook Week is March 3rd – March 9th this year (and all month in Canada).

Long-time subscribers will recognize this week as a bonanza of free eBooks from a variety of authors and publishers, particularly the independent authors who may or may not have a presence on Amazon, but also those who don’t have the big marketing machines behind them.

To continue this year’s Read an eBook Week promotion, author Warren Adler (who also wrote War of the Roses) is offering a copy of his novel, Twilight Child, for free – and to further sweeten the deal he is also giving away a free Kindle Fire; I just checked, and this book is regularly $4.99 in the Amazon Kindle store. To receive this book, you can click here or type in http://smarturl.it/9vyn75 into your computer’s web browser. Once you get to this page, click the link in the top right-hand corner for the free Kindle book.

If you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://smarturl.it/xfer into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

 

 

Here is the book’s description from the author’s website:

When Charlie and Molly’s son dies, their daughter-in-law remarries and is vaulted into an upper class world of money and privilege. She is now determined to lead a new life and keep her son free from the blue-collar influences of her ex in-laws. Forced to sue for their right to visit their beloved grandson, Charlie and Molly enter a world of courtroom conflict that deeply affects everyone involved, including the trial judge. Each of the players in this remarkable drama must search their souls for the right decision, not for themselves, but in the best interest of the child whom they all deeply cherish. Topical and utterly devastating, this novel, originally a Reader’s Digest book, delves deeply into the heart-rending dilemma of generational conflict.

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The Kestral Voyages – Free Kindle Book

Today marks the start of Read an eBook Week, and this is my fourth year to participate with this group. You can check out their dedicated website at http://www.ebookweek.com – read an eBook Week is March 3rd – March 9th this year (and all month in Canada).

Long-time subscribers will recognize this week as a bonanza of free eBooks from a variety of authors and publishers, particularly the independent authors who may or may not have a presence on Amazon, but also those who don’t have the big marketing machines behind them.

To start this year’s Read an eBook Week promotion, author Steven Lyle Jordan (who has also participated for several years in the Read an eBook Week promotion) is offering a copy of his novel, The Kestral Voyages: My Life, After Berserker, for free; I just checked, and this is regularly $4.99 in the Amazon Kindle store. To receive this book, you can click here or type in http://smarturl.it/4knp8r into your computer’s web browser. Once you get to this page, choose the “Kindle/Mobipocket” version as it is the one that will work with your Kindle the best.

If you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://smarturl.it/xfer into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

 

 

Here is the book’s description from the author’s website:

Carolyn Kestral, discharged Galarchy Ranger, begins a hopeful new life as a freighter captain and collects a small crew. But her decision not to tell her crew about the Berserker virus that forced her Ranger discharge comes back to bite her, creating a rift between her and her crew almost immediately. And there is a question of whether the virus is still capable of being activated, turning her into a deadly human weapon.

If the Berserker is merely dormant, will it be set off by a clandestine first-run and a dangerous encounter with the Spiders in deep space? Will her crew stick around long enough to find out?

First in the popular Kestral series by Steven Lyle Jordan, After Berserker treats the reader to fascinating characters, and shows us that diverse groups don’t have to be dysfunctional to be interesting. If you were raised on programs like the original Star Trek, or enjoyed the short-lived Firefly, you’ll love this book!

Organize your books on your Kindle Fire with the Collections and Categories App! Click Here or type in http://smarturl.it/firecollections into your web browser to get it now!

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18,000+ Free Kindle Books for Read an eBook Week

I’ve told you about several free book offers during Read an eBook Week (www.ebookweek.com), and a general comment I’ve received from folks is there doesn’t seem to be as many free individual offers as in prior years.  I do agree with this point, in terms of the sheer numbers available on the Read an eBook Week website – but it does appear to be a better quality vs. the quantity this year.

If you’ve missed some of the Read an eBook Week specific offers I’ve posted about this week, you can check them out again by clicking here or pointing your web browser to http://bit.ly/w6iiO4 and click away.

And, just to discount the “quantity” comment above – the Smashwords site has a little over 18,000 free books tagged for free just for Read an eBook Week.  To check those offers out today or over the weekend, you can click here or type in http://bit.ly/wk6XAm into your computer’s web browser.

If you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://bit.ly/roKqao into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

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No Place for Gods – Free Kindle Book

Continuing the celebration of Read an eBook Week (http://www.ebookweek.com), publisher Twilight Times Books is offering several books for free this week, including No Place for Gods by Gerald Mills (normally $1.99 in the Amazon Kindle store).  You can click here or type in http://bit.ly/wxTvpJ into your computer’s web browser to get the free book in the Kindle format – please note clicking this link this will start the download immediately.

If you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://bit.ly/roKqao into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

Here is the book’s description:

Las Vegas, including Nellis Air Force Base, has just been destroyed by a power totally unknown to science, and you’re the United States president. You’re still in shock as the Russian ambassador hands you an incredible document claiming responsibility for the destruction and giving you a mere twenty days to prepare your country for annexation by Russia. To reject the ultimatum is to return American society to Stone Age savagery in the blink of an eye, the ambassador explains, for Russia has perfected a mental weapon that defeats all conventional and nuclear arms in mere seconds. The Las Vegas example was accomplished with just one ordinary Russian agent. There are many others like him, already in position. All it will take is a single command.
Your own top scientists deny such a thing is possible. You have no defense if the Russian weapon is everything they say it is, nor can you divulge the ultimatum to a single soul in Congress for fear of launching war and triggering Armageddon, just as the smiling ambassador predicts.
What do you do? Why, you play poker–with a hand holding nothing higher than deuces and treys! The ace you must draw, and quickly, is a man with a power of his own, name and location unknown. Seen but once as a very young boy forty years earlier, he could be anywhere in the world. He may no longer exist! And even if he does, you’re grasping at straws. You’ll have to bluff the hand.
But it’s the only game in town.

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Three Free Books in Honor of Read an eBook Week

Continuing the celebration of Read an eBook Week (http://www.ebookweek.com), publisher Central Avenue Publishing is offering three books for free today each one is described below).  To go to their free book page for today, you can click here or type in http://bit.ly/whe3ih into your computer’s web browser.

Once you get to this page, you will see the books described – if you want one of these books, make sure you choose the Kindle version!

If you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://bit.ly/roKqao into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

Here are the descriptions of the three free books today from Central Avenue Publishing:

What Scotland Taught Me by Molly Ringle (regularly $3.99 in the Amazon Kindle store): Fresh out of high school, Eva Sonneborn is headed to Scotland with her best friends: scholarly, sarcastic Laurence; gorgeous, ghost-seeing Amber; and responsible, sweet Shannon. They plan to spend the next six months in Edinburgh, enjoying an adventure-filled work-abroad journey before parting ways for college.

But when Eva meets Gil, a local bartender, she figures a little innocent flirting won’t hurt her relationship with Tony, her ever-faithful boyfriend back home. But just when things turn less innocent with Gil, the trip starts throwing curveballs at not only her but her friends too. By the end of the trip, they’ve all fallen in love, sometimes with the wrong people – and with consequences that may tear their friendship apart forever…
Sister Serenity and the War of 2059 by Scott Burkhead (regularly $2.99 in the Amazon Kindle store): Unexpectedly pregnant in 2059, Hannah & Noah Woodson, an ordinary American couple, run afoul of the government’s population growth policies. Attractive, smart and strong-willed Hannah wants to be a good citizen but decides to challenge the law and have the baby. America is a nearly dysfunctional country, weakened by debt, systemic terrorism, a shortage of food and is under attack by a fundamentalist group led by Sister Precious Serenity. Once Hannah and Noah get caught up between battling forces, will they survive? Will their baby?

Sister Serenity looks at the long-term consequences of voter apathy and of relinquishing individual American freedoms in exchange for questionable safety.
Ramblings of a Love Sick Masochist by Dan Schwartz (regularly $0.99 in the Amazon Kindle store): A lonely, yet content mall security guard is about to have his life turned upside down. He never anticipated finding a soul mate, and in a short period of time learns the joy and pain that love brings. He recounts his tale in a series of journal entries in this modern day tragedy.
Michael Gallagher is the author of several bestselling Kindle “how-to” guides, and his title “Free Kindle Books and How to Find Them” has been the #1 Kindle reference guide for over two years, garnering #53 and #72 on the Top 100 Kindle bestseller lists in 2010 and 2011, respectively. His “Free Kindle Books Plus a Few Other Tips” blog has been the #1 bestselling blog in the Amazon Kindle Store since 2010.

Looking for more or a reliable source of free books for your Kindle?  Click here for my “Free Kindle Books and How to Find Them book (updated January 2012!).

War of the Roses – Free During Read an eBook Week

Continuing the celebration of Read an eBook Week (http://www.ebookweek.com), author Warren Adler is offering a copy of his novel, War of the Roses, for free.  Don’t miss your chance to own the novel that inspired one of the most famous movies about divorce ever made!  To receive this book, you can click here or type in http://bit.ly/yhdfu7 into your computer’s web browser.  Once you get to this page, you will need to fill out a brief form describing yourself before you will be taken to the download page.

If you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://bit.ly/roKqao into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

Here is the book’s description from the author’s website:

The Classic Story of a Nasty Divorce. This is the book that inspired one of the most famous movies about divorce ever produced. Shown somewhere in the world every week, the movie is an excellent adaptation of the book that has been translated in almost every language on the planet. It tells the story of Oliver and Barbara Rose who thought they had a perfect marriage, only to discover that their relationship was barely skin deep. The war they wage against each other eventually escalates into brutality and madness as they throw caution to the winds and destroy their most prized possessions as they spiral into chaos. The impact of both the book and the movie have made them both classics and brought the title The War of the Roses into the accepted jargon describing the terrible hatred and cruelty engendered in divorce proceedings. A Major Motion Picture starring Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner released by Twentieth Century Fox.

Michael Gallagher is the author of several bestselling Kindle “how-to” guides, and his title “Free Kindle Books and How to Find Them” has been the #1 Kindle reference guide for over two years, garnering #53 and #72 on the Top 100 Kindle bestseller lists in 2010 and 2011, respectively. His “Free Kindle Books Plus a Few Other Tips” blog has been the #1 bestselling blog in the Amazon Kindle Store since 2010.

Looking for more or a reliable source of free books for your Kindle?  Click here for my “Free Kindle Books and How to Find Them book (updated January 2012!).

 

Fern’s Fancies – Free During Read an eBook Week

Continuing the celebration of Read an eBook Week (http://www.ebookweek.com), author Lille Ammann is offering a copy of her novel, Fern’s Fancies, for free.  To receive this book, you can click here or type in http://bit.ly/AszL1B into your computer’s web browser.  Once you get to this page, please follow the instructions on how to download the book to your computer.

If you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://bit.ly/roKqao into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

Here is the book’s description from the author’s website:

When Fern Tate sold her interior landscape company to a national corporation, she didn’t expect to have a boss like Pendleton Morgenthal, III. Had she made the biggest mistake of her life?

Pen never allowed a woman—especially a subordinate—to distract him from his fast-track career. What was it about Fern that made her different?

Michael Gallagher is the author of several bestselling Kindle “how-to” guides, and his title “Free Kindle Books and How to Find Them” has been the #1 Kindle reference guide for over two years, garnering #53 and #72 on the Top 100 Kindle bestseller lists in 2010 and 2011, respectively. His “Free Kindle Books Plus a Few Other Tips” blog has been the #1 bestselling blog in the Amazon Kindle Store since 2010.

Looking for more or a reliable source of free books for your Kindle?  Click here for my “Free Kindle Books and How to Find Them book (updated January 2012!).