Free Kindle Books – 3 More Free Kindle Books For 11-18-11

by Greg on November 18, 2011

Here are 3 more Kindle freebies for today!

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Shadow Path

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.

The Noon God
by Donna Carrick
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Price: $0.00 Save $12.99


Living in the shadow of ‘greatness’ can be a difficult thing. Just ask Desdemona Fortune.

When her father, the magnificent J. Caesar Fortune, is found murdered inside the offices of the Faculty of Art, there is no shortage of people who may have carried a grudge. From the lover who could not capture his affection to the colleagues whose efforts were repeatedly ignored, many resented the immensity of his literary success.

For though the ‘Man of Words’ is lying dead on a slab, his legacy will live on. But as Desdemona knows, the legacy of greatness can carry a heavy price.

In a household pummeled by the dual forces of addiction and narcissism, Desdemona must face the fact the father she loved has hurt those closest to him. Now, as the head of a once illustrious family, she must do whatever is necessary to save her one surviving sister from the far-reaching influence of an immortal.

Get this free Kindle book here: The Noon God


The Woman Who Was Afraid of Lightning
by Jeff Ambrose
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Horror/Short Stories
Price: $0.00 Save $0.99


The Woman Who Was Afraid of Lightning is a horror story in the tradition of H.P. Lovecraft and M.R. James. A man and his toddler son go to a bookstore during a violent thunderstorm. While inside, he encounters an odd woman who jumps at the slightest roll of thunder. Soon, lightning knocks out the store’s power and the customers are forced to go outside. That’s when he learns why this woman is afraid of lightning.

Get this free Kindle book here: The Woman Who Was Afraid of Lightning


The Civic Potential of Video Games (John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Reports on Digital Media and Learning)
by Various Authors
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Social Behavior/Non-Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $14.00


This report focuses on the civic aspects of video game play among youth. According to a 2006 survey, 58 percent of young people aged 15 to 25 were civically “disengaged,” meaning that they participated in fewer than two types of either electoral activities (defined as voting, campaigning, etc.) or civic activities (for example, volunteering). Kahne and his coauthors are interested in what role video games may or may not play in this disengagement.

Until now, most research in the field has considered how video games relate to children’s aggression and to academic learning. Digital media scholars suggest, however, that other social outcomes also deserve attention. For example, as games become more social, some scholars argue that they can be important spheres in which to foster civic development. Others disagree, suggesting that games, along with other forms of Internet involvement, may in fact take time away from civic and political engagement.

Drawing on data from the 2006 survey, the authors examine the relationship between video game play and civic development. They call for further research on teen gaming experiences so that we can understand and promote civic engagement through video games.

Get this free Kindle book here: The Civic Potential of Video Games (John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Reports on Digital Media and Learning)


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