Free Kindle Books – 4 New Books For 2-14-11

by Greg on February 14, 2011

Hiding In His DreamsHere are 4 new free Kindle books. These books are in the categories of paranormal romance, religion and spirituality, environmental science and memoirs.

Two of the books are from Smashwords and require a code to get them for free. The code is located right after the title. Here’s how to get books from Smashwords onto your Kindle

Please “Like” so others can find these free books also. Thanks and have a great Monday!

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

Save $19.95        Save $25.99

 

Fat,Forty,Fired: One Man’s Frank,Funny,and Inspiring Account of Losing His Job and Finding His Life by Nigel Marsh – Save $19.95

City of Dust: Illness, Arrogance, and 9/11 by Anthony DePalma – Save $15.99

Pray What God Says by Christine Martin – Save $9.99 use code MJ85M

“Pray What God Says” is a valuable resource that will help the believer gain a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ through prayer. Learn how you can: Develop unbroken communion and fellowship with God; Experience the manifestation of blessing in every facet of life by declaring the scriptures over your circumstances; Pray effectually for spiritual growth, family, health and finances.

Hiding In His Dreams by Jason W. Chan – Save $2.99 use code XX93S

If the love of your life died, would you take an unlove potion and not love them anymore, so that you wouldn’t have to feel the pain and grief? Luke keeps seeing Alyssa’s ghost in his dreams, where they relive happy times, so he keeps taking sleeping pills. Seeing this, Alyssa presents him with an unlove potion? Will Luke take it so he could move on with his life?

 

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