Free Kindle Books – 2 Free Books For 12-19-11

by Greg on December 19, 2011

Here are a couple of free Kindle books to get the week started. Have a great Monday! Please click “LIKE” and share the freebies with everyone!

A few of the free books that will be coming out will be free for only a short time but after that will still be free to borrow (from your Kindle device) for “Amazon Prime” members only. Please make sure the price says “Kindle Price $0.00″ and not “Prime Members $0.00″ unless of course, you’re a Prime member. All books are free at the time they are posted.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Decades

When you go to download free books make sure the price is $0.00 or they will NOT be free. This is why you need to download the free books asap – while they’re still free. If you are outside of the United States, these books may not be free.



A Christmas Jar for Santa – A Christmas Jars Story
by Jason F. Wright
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Christmas Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $0.99

 

The Christmas Jars tradition:

“…one by one, family members will empty their pockets and delight at the cling-clang of change hitting the empty glass bottom. Most days will yield a quarter, a dime, perhaps two nickels and a stray penny. Occasionally Mother will make change for herself by drop- ping in a worn dollar bill and pulling out an appropriate combination of cool silver coins. Over the months that follow, the gathering change will leave no recognizable void. Occasionally the temptation to borrow for laundry, a movie, or the ice-cream truck will float through the house, over the jar, and out the back door. But it never lands. The money is spoken for.” (Excerpt from Christmas Jars, copyright 2005, published by Shadow Mountain.)

Christmas Jars, a New York Times Bestselling novella by Jason Wright, first became a phenomenon during the 2005 holiday season. Readers across America reacted to the message of daily giving and sacrifice by creating their own Christmas Jars.

Today, thousands of glass jars rest on kitchen countertops, slowly collecting the spare change generated each and every day. On Christmas Eve, each jar, now overflowing with both money and goodwill, will anonymously find a new home. In turn, the grateful recipients will put the money to good use in their lives and begin their own jar. Thus hearts and lives are changed and the cycle continues.

This short story follows in the tradition and spirit of Christmas Jars. If you’ve read the original, you’ll love this sweet addition to the Christmas Jars family.

Get this free Kindle book here: A Christmas Jar for Santa – A Christmas Jars Story

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Watermelons: The Green Movement’s True Colors
by James Delingpole
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Politics & Current Events
Price: $0.00 Save $6.99

 

British author James Delingpole tells the shocking story of how an unholy mix of junk science, green hype, corporate greed and political opportunism led to the biggest – and most expensive – outbreak of mass hysteria in history.

In Watermelons, Delingpole explains the Climategate scandal, the cast of characters involved, their motives and methods. He delves into the background of the organizations and individuals who have sought to push global warming to the top of the political agenda, showing that beneath their cloak of green lurks a heart of red.

Watermelons shows how the scientific method has been sacrificed on the altar of climate alarmism. Delingpole mocks the green movement’s pathetic record of apocalyptic predictions, from the “population bomb” to global cooling, which failed to materialize. He reveals the fundamental misanthropy of green ideology, “rooted in hatred of the human species, hell bent on destroying almost everything man has achieved”.

Delingpole gives a refreshing voice to widespread public skepticism over global warming, emphasising that the “crisis” has been engineered by people seeking to control our lives by imposing new taxes and regulations. “Your taxes will be raised, your liberties curtailed and your money squandered to deal with this ‘crisis'”, he writes.

At its very roots, argues Delingpole, climate change is an ideological battle, not a scientific one. Green on the outside, red on the inside, the liberty-loathing, humanity-hating “watermelons” of the modern environmental movement do not want to save the world. They want to rule it.

Get this free Kindle book here: Watermelons: The Green Movement’s True Colors

 

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1 Lyonside December 19, 2011 at 11:32 am

There’s a reason the “Watermelons” books is free – it’s garbage.

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