Friday Afternoon: 4 Free Kindle Books + 1 Deal

September 21, 2012 · 15 comments

in Free Kindle Books

Here are 4 More Free Kindle Books and a Deal that we hope you enjoy reading today!

Though free at time of posting, prices may change at any time. Please verify that the “Kindle Price” is $0.00. If you see a price for “Prime Members” then the book is NOT free any longer.

For non-U.S. readers, Kindle content availability and pricing will vary.

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A Month of TomorrowsA Month of Tomorrows
by Chuck Walsh
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When Pete Swift is asked to write the life and times of Samuel Gable, he has no idea the depth of the river he has been asked to swim, nor where the currents are about to take him. Without regard, he pushes all else aside, including his family, as he is overcome by the waters of the past; waters which he sees as an undertow but in reality is a whirlpool that ends up shooting him up and out to a new life and fresh start.

One man’s recollections of war, loyal devotion to God, country and family and determination to put it all into words, will pull from you every raw emotion and make you wish there were more like him.

Ties That BindTies That Bind
by Carolyn Arnold
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Detective Madison Knight concluded the case of a strangled woman an isolated incident. But when another woman’s body is found in a park killed by the same line of neckties, she realizes they’re dealing with something more serious.

Despite mounting pressure from the Sergeant and Chief to close the case even if it means putting an innocent man behind bars, and a partner who is more interested in saving his marriage than stopping a potential serial killer, Madison may have to go it alone if there’s not going to be another victim.

Slipping Into Darkness: A True Story From The American GhettoSlipping Into Darkness: A True Story From The American Ghetto
by M. Rutledge McCall
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If you managed to survive a beating by over 100 gang members one cold October night deep in gang turf, would you ever go back into that neighborhood? M. Rutledge McCall not only went back, he moved into the ‘hood–for over a year.

This shocking saga details the year and a half writer M. Rutledge McCall spent living in the largest, most violent ghetto in America. During his time in the ‘hood, gang members were sending bullet-riddled corpses to the county morgue at the rate of one every 11 hours. After spending months in gang turf on a regular basis, sufficient mutual trust and respect grew between gang members and McCall that they allowed him to be involved in every aspect of their lives: to go where they went, to see what they saw, to do what they did…

I'll Follow the MoonI’ll Follow the Moon
by Stephanie Lisa Tara
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On a quiet moonlit beach, a baby green sea turtle stirs from a dream of home. Slowly, slowly with a tap, crick, crack, the baby turtle embarks upon a mysterious nighttime journey.

Gentle tender verse and enchanting illustrations carry this tranquil tale from sand to sea.

Winner of the prestigious Chocolate Lily Award and the Mom’s Choice Award, American author Stephanie Lisa Tara and Canadian illustrator Lee Edward Födi have teamed up to create a lyrical rendition of a green sea turtle’s first glimpse of life.

[Bargain Book] Touch Me And Tango

Touch Me And TangoTouch Me And Tango
by Roy Street

Parker Richardson grew up early. At seventeen he took care of his mother and younger sisters and began running his late father’s gardening business. Strong and down-to-earth, nothing knocked him off his feet until he met Tanya Gentilliano. The spoiled, selfish and outrageously beautiful young dancer took him for a spin that left him dizzy for years to come.

Over a decade has passed, and Tanya, a rising star in the world of ballroom dance, has traveled internationally, winning over audiences with her clean technique, dazzling smile and showgirl legs. But after an SOS phone call from her weird-and-wild mom, she rushes home to the quiet coastal village on Long Island’s East End and runs smack into Parker Richardson.

Seeing each other again ignites the same fiery attraction and frustration between them. Plus a secret danger that will change both of their lives forever.

Click here to download from Amazon for the Kindle: $0.99

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{ 15 comments }

Greta Carlton September 21, 2012 at 4:51 pm

is the kindle fire free.

Becky Blake September 21, 2012 at 5:16 pm

No, the Kindle Fire is around $200. They make cheaper ones but the Fire is also an android. If you just want an e-reader they start at around $79 or $89. It's been a year since I got my Fire so I don't remember exactly what the prices are. The books that are offered by POI come from Amazon and so you can dl them to any Kindle, it does not have to be a Fire.

Jennifer Westra Blackham September 21, 2012 at 5:26 pm

As stated above, the Kindle Fire isn't free, but you can get Kindle Apps free for Ipod/Android/PC … I have a KindleFire but usually read on my Ipod with the app, I just prefer it :)

Julian R Grev September 21, 2012 at 5:00 pm

I am not complaining but wonder how you can give away so many free books.

Pixel of Ink September 21, 2012 at 6:16 pm

Hi Julian, the authors and publishers are the ones providing these amazing deals. We explain how & why here: http://www.pixelofink.com/an-introduction-to-free-kindle-books/ :-)

Pauline Fournier September 21, 2012 at 5:06 pm

Thank you so much for the free books…it is very much appreciated.

Elisa M. Guerra September 21, 2012 at 5:07 pm

Thank you!

Jubel D'Cumpiano September 21, 2012 at 5:08 pm

POI just do the research for us. Which is great. You can go to Amazon if you have the time and search their data base for thousands of free titles. That is why POI is great…a short cut :)

Eva Coleman September 21, 2012 at 5:13 pm

Thank you! The books are wonderful!

Bonnie Ballard September 21, 2012 at 7:50 pm

Thank you for free books! Thank you for very helpful and polite CS Representatives!
Juliette is a nice lady!

Debbie Lineberry September 21, 2012 at 9:19 pm

Thank you!

Trudy Thomas September 21, 2012 at 9:40 pm

Thank you for offering FREE books… it gives me a chance to read new authors and I enjoy reading.

Gene Covello September 21, 2012 at 11:12 pm

Thank you

Ana Acosta Larkin September 21, 2012 at 11:59 pm

Thanks especially for the children's books… great guilt-free entertainment for the kids while in waiting rooms or at siblings' sporting events!

Brenda Hemminger Gartin September 23, 2012 at 5:56 pm

Thanks for makinf these books so accessible!

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