Freebie flash! 17 titles: Kaplan test prep, Demonfire, Bake Sale, more!

Freebie flash! 18 titles: Kaplan test prep, Demonfire, Bake Sale, more!

As usual, I don’t vouch for these books, and they come from companies that are not (to my knowledge) blocking text-to-speech. As promotional titles, they may not be free for long. Note: these books are free in the USA: prices in other countries may vary.

This first set of titles is from Kaplan, probably best-known for test prep books.  Some of these are tied to specific tests, but others aren’t.  I definitely consider getting them, if I were you, especially the non-test specific ones.  You never know who might be on your account at some point and need one.  Yes, the test-specific ones may eventually become obsolete as the tests change…but could still be valuable.

Kaplan ACT Strategies for Super Busy Students: 15 Simple Steps to Tackle the ACT While Keeping Your Life Together 

Sharp Writing: Building Better Writing Skills 

Kaplan PMBR: Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE)
Kaplan PMBR FINALS: Constitutional Law: Core Concepts and Key Questions

Kaplan Portable GMAT 

Kaplan CCRN: Certification for Adult, Pediatric, and Neonatal Critical Care Nurses

Kaplan SAT Score-Raising Dictionary 

Kaplan Portable GRE Exam

Sharp Vocab: Building Better Vocabulary Skills

By Kate Douglas
published by Zebra (part of Kensington)

This one appears to fall into the category of a paranormal romance.   It was also previously free (back in March of this year).  I think it was free, then not free, now free again.  🙂  Zebra really likes giving away books! 

Hostile Intent 
by Michael Walsh
published by Pinnacle, the “commercial fiction” (incl. thrillers and true crime), imprint of Kensington Books (a genre and romance publisher).  This one was also previously free, but I think back in 2009.

Lessons from a Younger Lover 
by Zuri Day
published by Kensington Books (a genre and romance publisher)

It’s a romance, involving an “older” 1st grade teacher and a 26-year old.

This next group is from another publisher who does a lot of freebies (although the books often aren’t free for long): Financial Times (FT), a financial and business publisher.

Psych Yourself Rich (Free Book for a Limited Time): Get the Mindset and Discipline You Need to Build Your Financial Life

The Truth About Making Smart Decisions

Investing in Neglected Stocks

It Takes a Genome: How a Clash Between Our Genes and Modern Life is Making Us Sick

Winners Never Cheat: Even in Difficult Times, New and Expanded Edition 

This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog.


2 Responses to “Freebie flash! 17 titles: Kaplan test prep, Demonfire, Bake Sale, more!”

  1. Andrea Says:

    Your excellent post full of freebies reminds me of a question I had. How can I set a particular Kindle on my account to be the “default” one that is shown on the page of any particular Kindle book.

    When I purchased one of the above free titles, I realized too late that it would send it to my kids Kindle and not my new K3, because the kids Kindle always is the one showing at the top of the drop down.

    It probably sounds lazy, but I wonder if there is a way to fix this. I keep sending titles to my kids that I don’t mean to. It would be great it I could make MY kindle show in that box first. Any ideas?

    • bufocalvin Says:

      Thanks for writing, Andrea!

      Those Kindles are shown alphabetically, so you could change the name of your Kindle to something earlier in the alphabet. For example, you could be AAA Andrea. 🙂 Conversely, you could change the names of your kids’ Kindles.

      You can make that change at

      and click Edit Info.

      If you have any subscription items, you may have to change the delivery Kindle…I’m not sure if it will update automatically.

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