Free Kindle Books – 3 More Free Books For 11-22-11

by Greg on November 22, 2011

Here are 3 more free Kindle books for this evening. Please “LIKE” this post and share the free books with all of the book lovers that you know. Thanks!

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Reunion

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.

Betty & Veronica
by Elena Aitken
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Women’s Fiction/Short Stories
Price: $0.00 Save $0.99


In sickness and in health…that’s what best friends are for, right?

When Addison announces she has breast cancer, her best friend Rori knows she’ll do whatever it takes to see her through it. Because after all, what’s Betty without her Veronica?

***Please note, this is a short story, not a full length work of fiction.***

Get this free Kindle book here: Betty & Veronica


Caterpillars Don’t Check Email: An illustrated picture book for children
by Calee M. Lee
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Children’s Books
Price: $0.00 Save $2.99


What do caterpillars like? Carrots? Coffee?

When a caterpillar finds a little girl, she shares all of her favorite activities with it.

This fun little story features 16 full-color illustrations and lyric text suitable for toddlers and and beginning readers.

Get this free Kindle book here: Caterpillars Don’t Check Email: An illustrated picture book for children


Circus of the Dead
by Seth Blackburn
Rating: 3.7 Stars
Genre: Horror/Novelette
Price: $0.00 Save $0.99


“Finally, a zombie story for the thinking man! This story reads as much like literary fiction as it does horror. The zombie scourge seems to exist if only to symbolize man’s great desires to keep weapons of impending doom close at hand and the zealotry needed to set them free. Blackburn creates atmosphere so real you’ll need to swish the dust from your teeth when you’re done! A welcomed change in a genre that seems done to death.”
— Stefan Bourque, author of “My Name Is Joe” & “Juggler”

Twenty years ago, the dead destroyed the world of the living. The survivors scattered in the wake of the Scourge, erecting small towns in the worlds’ most sparsely populated areas.

For young Gabriel, the walking dead are merely the memories that haunt the eyes of those old enough and lucky enough to have survived. He is more concerned with his hard life in America’s desert, where his chores keep him busy and the husks of books stashed beneath the cellar of the library are his only freedom.

Until the circus comes to town.

Get this free Kindle book here: Circus of the Dead


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