22. May 2012

Free Kindle Books – Non Fiction

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Free Kindle Books – Science Fiction, Horror, Fantasy

  • Windigo Soul by Robert Brumm. Price: Free. Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopian, Post-Apocalyptic, Suspense, Thriller. Rated 4.5 stars on 14 reviews. 120 pages.
  • LZR-1143: Perspectives by Bryan James. Price: Free. Genre: Short, Action & Adventure, Zombie, Post-Apocalyptic, Dystopian. Rated 4.5 stars on 38 reviews. 56 pages.
  • Lunara: Seth and Chloe by Wyatt Davenport. Price: Free. Genre: Science Fiction, Adventure, Epic. Rated 4 stars on 14 reviews. 389 pages.
  • Lords of Rainbow by Vera Nazarian. Price: Free. Genre: Epic Fantasy, Romance, Dark, Sensual, Enlightenment. Rated 4.5 stars on 11 reviews. 428 pages.

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17. May 2012

Free Kindle Books – Science Fiction, Horror, Fantasy

  • Anything Can Be Dangerous by Matt Hults & James Roy Daley. Price: Free. Genre: Horror, Post-Apocalyptic, Zombies. Rated 4 stars on 24 reviews. 112 pages.
  • Tiger of Talmare by Nina Croft. Price: Free. Genre: Science Fiction, Space Opera, Romance, Clones, Telepath. Rated 4 stars on 17 reviews. 109 pages. Intriguingly high-tech cover, if a little cheesy.
  • Tamporlea (Tamporlea Trilogy, Book 1) by Tiffany Lovering. Price: Free. Genre: Horror, Paranormal Romance, Love, Magic. Rated 4.5 stars on 10 reviews. 243 pages.
  • Elf Killers by Carol Marrs Phipps. Price: $0. Genre: Fantasy, Fiction. Rated 4.5 stars on 3 reviews. 341 pages. That elf looks like too much make-up will kill her long before the Elf Killers get to her.

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13. May 2012

Free Kindle Books – Science Fiction, Horror, Fantasy

  1. World-Mart by Leigh M. Lane. Price: Free. Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopian, Corporate America, Government. Rated 4.5 stars on 22 reviews. 278 pages. “Frighteningly wonderful.”

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09. May 2012

Free Kindle Books – Science Fiction, Horror, Fantasy

  1. Origins (Spinward Fringe) by Randolph Lalonde. Price: Free. Genre: Science Fiction, Adventure, Space Opera, Dark. Rated 4.5 stars on 195 reviews. 490 pages. A gorgeous space opera, complete with pirates.
  2. How to Date a Werewolf (Rylie Cruz Series) by Rose Pressey. Price: Free. Genre: Romantic Fantasy, Humor, Werewolves, Mystery. Rated 4 stars on 65 reviews. 229 pages. By one of our favorite indie authors.
  3. An Apple For Zoë (The Forsaken) by Thomas Amo. Price: Free. Genre: Horror, Occult, Murder, Thriller, Historical. Rated 4.5 stars on 44 reviews. 197 pages. Very well-written.
  4. The League of Freaks and the Secret Key by Alberto Hazan. Price: Free. Genre: Contemporary Fantasy, Special Powers, Mystery. Rated 4.5 stars on 36 reviews. 366 pages. For all ages.
  5. Haunted on Bourbon Street (Jade Calhoun Series Book 1) by Deanna Chase. Price: Free. Genre: Horror, Ghosts, Romantic Fantasy, Dreams. Rated 4.5 stars on 35 reviews. 262 pages. Enticing.
  6. Twin-Bred by Karen A. Wyle. Price: Free. Genre: Science Fiction, Aliens, Literary Fiction, Sociology. Rated 4.5 stars on 31 reviews. 345 pages. A deep look at society.
  7. Djinn by Poppet. Price: Free. Genre: Horror, Paranormal Romance, Demon, Possesion. Rated 4.5 stars on 25 reviews. 206 pages. Addictive and chilling.
  8. Overkill by Steven Shrewsbury. Price: Free. Genre: Epic Fantasy, Sword & Sorcery, Dragons, Magic, Myth. Rated 4.5 stars on 11 reviews. 259 pages. A great warrior.

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07. February 2011

New categories in Kindle store

Amazon has updated its website to include a new section for apps, games, and other active content “Kindle Games & Active Content“. So far there are only 23 titles in this section right now, but that will obviously increase.

The other new category “Kindle Editions with Audio/Video” is for enhanced Kindle ebooks. It contains up to 250 at the moment.

22. April 2010

Free Amazon Kindle Book: Everyday Justice: The Global Impact of Our Daily Choices

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What people say:

“This is an excellent book that tells the truth about how much injustice and harm we do to others without knowing it”

“Everyday Justice” is a must for environmentally focused social issues collections.”

“For anyone trying to live more righteously and more justly, this is the book for you.”

Book Description

“Living justly is an overwhelming task these days. How do I know whether the coffee I’m drinking was fairly grown? Or whether my jeans were made by a twelve-year-old? It’s daunting, and we’re tempted toward apathy. That’s why Julie Clawson has done us such a service in writing Everyday Justice–in readable, compelling prose, she lays out the truth behind some of the products we use every day, and she gives us practical steps for living justly in a consumeristic age. She avoids guilt trips and writes personally. This book is needed and deserves a wide readership.”

Product Description

Where does your chocolate come from? Does it matter if your coffee is fair trade or not? It matters–more than you might think.Julie Clawson takes us on a tour of everyday life and shows how our ordinary lifestyle choices have big implications for justice around the world. She unpacks how we get our food and clothing and shows us the surprising costs of consumer waste.

How we live can make a difference not only for our own health but also for the well-being of people across the globe. The more sustainable our lifestyle, the more just our world will be.

Everyday justice is one way of loving our neighbors.We can live more ethically, through the little and big decisions we make every day. Here’s how.

About the Author

Julie Clawson (M.A., intercultural studies, Wheaton College Graduate School) is a writer, blogger, and moderator of the Emerging Women and Emerging Parents blogs. She has been a church planter and copastor of Via Christus Community Church in Yorkville, Illinois. She and her family live in Austin, Texas.

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