Freebie flash! Math, Inspired, Prayers, and more

Freebie flash! Math, Inspired, Prayers, and more

As usual, I don’t vouch for these books, and none of them block text-to-speech access. As promotional titles, they may not be free for long. Note: these books are free in the USA: prices in other countries may vary.

Into the Shadows (a young adult paranormal novel) (Into the Shadows Trilogy)
by Kathy Kirkpatrick
published by Darkside (independent?)
size: 366kb
categories: children’s, romance, science fiction, fantasy, magic

Math for Grownups
by Laura Laing
published by Adams Media
size: 860kb
categories: nonfiction, reference

WHEN THE EAGLE SCREAMS – America’s Vulnerability to Terrorism
by Stephen Bowman
published by Carol Publishing (independent?)
size: 383kb
categories: politics & current events, terrorism, globalization, intelligence

Powerful Prayers for Troubled Times
by Stormie Omartian
published by Harvest House
size: 179kb
categories: nonfiction, religion & spirituality

Tor/Forge Author Voices: Volume 3
by Stacy Hague-Hill
published by Macmillan
categories: science fiction

Pre-order for October 18, 2011

Tor authors write non-fiction pieces paired with a book sample

Rise: A Collection Inspired by Lift
by Rebecca K. O’Connor
independent
size: 191kb
categories: nonfiction, nature writing

The One-Eyed Guru
by Andrew Biss
published by Vacancy (independent?)
size: 135kb
categories: mysteries & thrillers

The Dragon of Skar
by Chris Turner
published by Innersky (independent?)
size: 119kb
categories: fantasy

BestsellerBound Short Story Anthology Volume 2
by Amy Blackwelder (Author), Susan Helene Gottfried (Author), Tom Gahan (Author), Jaime McDougall (Author), Jaleta Clegg (Author), Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick (Author), James Everington (Author), James Sophi (Author), Darcia Helle (Author), Maria Savva (Author)
independent
size: 109kb
categories: genre fiction, anthologies

Life in Cape Town
by Jill H (Author), Gary W (Author), Craig V (Author), Jo W (Author), Naadira G H (Author), Siphokazi M (Author), Mogamad Zaid H (Author), Charnay L (Editor), Ruweida K (Editor)
published by CPT (independent?)
size: 474kb
categoryt: fiction, short stories

The Color of Night
by Jack Thomas
independent
size: 901kb
categories: children’s, mysteries, espionage, detectives

Death Whispers (Death Series Book 1)
by Tamara Rose Blodgett
independent
size: 775kb
categories: children’s, love & romance

Get a Life (Clearwater Crossing)
by Laura Peyton Roberts
independent
size: 391kb
categories: children’s

Wicked Games
by Jill Myles
independent
size: 371kb
categories: romance, contemporary

nineleven
by Donald Caprone
published by Rebel Press (independent?)
size: 9kb
categories: short stories, literary

Big Data Now: Current Perspectives from O’Reilly Radar
published by OReilly
size: 1000kb (placeholder amount?)
categories: computers & internet

Pre-order for September 6, 2011

The 16 % Solution, Revised Edition: How to Get High Interest Rates in a Low-Interest World with Tax Lien Certificates
by Joel S. Moskowitz
published by Andrews McMeel
size: 639kb
categories: finance

Mourning Doves and other stories
by Tom Upton
published by Hightowne Press (independent?)
size: 229kb
categories: anthologies, short stories

Mighty Hammer Down (Legend of Reason Series)
by David J. Guyton
independent
size: 688kb
categories: fantasy, epic, political

A Thousand Lies: Lies Every Good American Must Believe
by D.W. St. John
published by Poison Vine Books (independent?)
size: 63kb
categories: politics & current events, freedom & security, censorship

Anathema (Cloud Prophet Trilogy)
by Megg Jensen
published by DarkSide (independent?)
size: 231kb
categories: children’s, love & romance

Starstruck–A Hollywood Love Story
by Nancy Frederick
published by White Wolf (independent?)
size: 477kb
categories: contemporary fiction

Rumpel, A Cursed Tales Novel
by Eileen Cruz Coleman
independent
size: 326kb
categories: children’s, world literature, ghosts, horror, action & adventure, mythology

The Donzerly Light
by Ryne Douglas Peterson
published by Schmuck & Underwood (independent?)
size: 1262kb
categories: fiction, horror, occult

The Crimson-Eyed Dragon
by D.M. Trink
size: 243kb
categories: children’s, mysteries, espionage, detectives

Logan’s Redemption
by Cara Marsi
size:298kb
categories: romance, suspense, contemporary

Dust
by Arthur Slade
published by Dava (independent?)
size: 362kb
categories: children’s, horror

Thunder in the Morning Calm (Pacific Rim Series)
by Don Brown
published by Zondervan
size: 1080kb
categories: not listed, but Zondervan is faith-based, and it appears to be military fiction

To Sir, With Love
by Karyn Mitchell (Author), Peter Dawes (Author)
independent
size: 21kb
categories: short stories

History of Tom Jones, a Foundling
by Henry Fielding
published by Penguin Classics
size: 1132kb
categories: fiction, drama, British & Irish

Originally published in 1749

Grace Immaculate: A Tor.Com Original
by Gregory Benford
published by Macmillan
size: unavailable
categories: science fiction

Pre-order for October 19, 2011

Benford is a well-known science fiction author (I associate him with Timescape, but he’s written a lot)

Nostromo, a Tale of the Seaboard
by Joseph Conrad
published by Penguin Classics
size: 600kb
categories: contemporary, fiction

Even though this says it’s contemporary fiction, it was first published in 1904

Don’t get too used to this style…I’m still experimenting, and had some extra time today. 🙂 It did take more time, but please feel free to let me know what you think about it. I included the size…Amazon says a typical Kindle store book (based on their calculations of the number of books you can put on a Kindle) is about 800kb. The kb size isn’t a great indicator of the length of the work, since an illustrated book will take up a lot more memory than one that isn’t. Still, a very small kb size is going to indicate a short work.

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

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5 Responses to “Freebie flash! Math, Inspired, Prayers, and more”

  1. Rick Says:

    Your listing style keeps improving. Keep up the good work. Another good improvement might be to list books by “name” authors or publishers at the top of the list. Especially those where you have added a useful comment.

    • bufocalvin Says:

      Thanks for writing, Rick!

      I appreciate the feedback.

      That’s actually something I specifically wouldn’t do. 🙂 I’m a very inclusive person, and I think one of the great things about how e-book distribution has changed the publishing business is that unknown writers’ work can stand side by side with brand name authors. I don’t want to promote a book more because of how it was published, which would happen with name publishers, certainly. I know I have pointed out when name authors are on the list in the name of the post sometimes…I’m going to rethink that. 🙂

  2. Man in the Middle Says:

    Thanks for shortening the categories to one line. Much more readable!
    I also like seeing the book length, as I have no interest in downloading samples, previews, novellas, short stories etc. Amazon already offers what I consider a more convenient sample of all its Kindle books (except in the few cases where authors or publishers have gone out of their way to use up all the sample with fluff – and needless to say, I never buy those.).

  3. GeekyGal Says:

    I know that it is significantly more work for you, but the one line categories with the freebies is a HUGE benefit. Thank you, Bufo. I agree, include them all – or as many as you have time for – but knowing even the genres helps me make decisions about what looks interesting.

  4. Marie Says:

    I really like this format! Thank you. It is very helpful.

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