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Free Amazon Kindle Books

Posted on Monday, August 15th, 2011 at 11:12 am
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When I received a gift of a Kindle from my dear husband and kids on my last birthday, I was worried about the expense of ordering books for it. Currently, I make liberal use of my library for my reading (which is free), plus I’ll buy books at yard sales for a quarter or two, or I’ll take advantage of Paperback Swap for keeper books.

Fortunately, though, my Kindle is getting quite fat on all of the free Kindle book offers that are out there. Many are for a limited time, so if you have a Kindle and are interested in free books, jump on the offers as soon as they come out.

There are also a lot of self-published books out there for free. The quality with those is a mixed bag, but there are some gems hidden among them all.

Here are my current favorite for free Kindle books. We don’t have any kind of affiliate relationship with Amazon, so don’t worry about having to use my links. They are just there for your own convenience.

Remember to check each book before you order in case the price has gone up since I did this posting.

Dinners Made Easy

What’s So Great About Salvation


5 of the USA’s Best Trips

The Age of Innocence

The Arabian Nights

Craving God: A 21-Day Devotional Challenge


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