Bargain and Free Books for 2-5-13

by Greg on February 5, 2013

Good morning, fellow book-lovers! Enjoy breakfast with your Kindle and download this set of 2 bargain books and 2 free books. Please “LIKE” and share your must-reads with colleagues and friends.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Stuck With A Stiff by bestselling authors D.D. Scott and David Slegg has a 3.8 star rating and is only $0.99!


Finding Lucas
by Samantha Stroh Bailey
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
Make sure price is still 99 cents before clicking “Buy”.


“Finding Lucas is one of those stories that’s so clever and entertaining you hate for it to end!” -BrainyBlonde

Can you ever really go back to the past? After five long years of living with Derek, her former bad-boy-turned-metrosexual boyfriend, Jamie Ross finally reaches her breaking point. She’s had enough of his sneering disdain for her second hand wardrobe, unusual family and low-paying job as the associate producer of Chicago’s sleaziest daytime talk show.

When her new boss plans a segment on reuniting lost loves, Jamie remembers Lucas, her first love and the boy she’d lost ten years earlier. Spurred on by her gang of quirky friends, Jamie goes on a hilarious, disastrous and life changing hunt to track Lucas down. But are some loves best left behind?


Give Me a Break!
by Whitney Stewart
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Non-Fiction
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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“Whitney Stewart has developed a quiet and unique window into the minds of our adolescents. Her direct method of inviting them into this gentle meditative space allows them to have respite and freedom from the constant pressures that surround them.” – Marcia B., Ph.D.,Clinical Psychologist

Whitney Stewart has had her fair share of experiences worth meditating on. In 2005, she was trapped in downtown New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina and helicoptered from the roof of a building with her young son and elderly mother-in-law. For the next five months, she lived in Nantucket and researched her book Marshall: A Nantucket Sea Rescue –she escaped one natural disaster and wrote about another. When she returned home to New Orleans, Ms. Stewart volunteered as a creative writing teacher in the public schools.

She discovered that her students suffered from post-Katrina stress. Knowing this, Ms. Stewart began using beginning meditation techniques to teach her students to write about their lives, reduce stress, and relieve anxiety. A Level III Reiki practitioner then studying Classical Tibetan, she began meditating after she met and interviewed the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet (the subject of her biography, “The 14th Dalai Lama”) and lived with a Tibetan refugee family in India. She’s trekked with Sir Edmund Hillary in Nepal, interviewed Burma’s Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi in her Rangoon home, and climbed along China’s Great Wall to research the lives of Deng Xiaoping and Mao Zedong.

Stewart’s straightforward guide to stress relief, anxiety management, and mindfulness makes meditation simple. It covers the basics in a concise thirty-three pages: Why meditation is good for you, how to sit, how to let your mind rest, even what to do if you feel weird or uncomfortable during meditation. Most importantly, it provides sixteen accessible, useful meditations you can easily learn at home.



Please make sure the price says “Kindle Price $0.00″ before clicking “Buy”. If it says “Prime Members $0.00″ “read for free”, it is NO LONGER FREE. All books are free at the time they are posted but are subject to change back to full price at any time. If you are outside of the United States, these books may not be free.

Facing Redemption
by Kimberly McKay
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $16.95
Subject to change back to full price at any time.


What if you had done something so unimaginable in your past that you felt you could never be forgiven? John Mikale, a man with a checkered reputation, can’t begin to shake his guilt for the hurt he’s caused his daughter, Chastity, and how it has scarred so many people in it’s wake. Although an uphill battle, John diligently strives to make up for lost time by writing Chastity letters, hoping to bridge the gap.

John, now married and expecting another child, is haunted by cryptic dreams, from which he awakes in terror. Driven to become a better man, he forces himself to face his nightmares and the reality they represent. Searching for decency within and hoping for a flicker of acceptance from Chastity is the only way he knows to release his past and heal both their wounds. But how can he expect forgiveness when he can’t begin to forgive himself for the hurt he’s caused?

Chastity Wayne, finally free from her mother’s past, is ready to move on with life. On the verge of a great relationship and about to start her burgeoning art career, she’s sucked back into her family saga as she breaks her personal promise to never read her father’s letters. From the moment the first envelope is opened, the emotional freedom she’s tried so hard to find is slowly reclaimed word by word.


The Touch
by Lisa Olsen
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Paranormal Thriller
Price: $0.00 Save $10.99
Subject to change back to full price at any time.


Lexi Morgan has always had The Touch; the ability to pick up an object and ‘see’ its past. Doomed to wearing protective gloves at all times, she learned to accept it as equal parts gift and curse. When her brother in law Neil disappears, she’d rather tell her sister to celebrate than try to help find the jerk. But after her young niece vanishes as well, it’s time to put her gift to good use and help track her down, especially when handsome Detective Gabriel Ryan takes over the case. When the investigation leads them to the restless spirits of long dead children, they must work together to keep history from repeating itself before it’s too late.


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1 susan February 5, 2013 at 10:18 pm

I like ereader I just haven,t used ereadervery much ,I am going to use e reader a llot more . THANK YOU

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