Free Kindle Books – 5 Free Books For 10-13-12

by Greg on October 13, 2012

More books! Choose from this fantastic selection of 5 free Kindle books. Please “LIKE” and share your source for Kindle books with friends and friends of friends! 🙂

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Centauri Dawn has an impressive 4.3 star rating and is only $3.99!

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.

Travel, Sex, & Train Wrecks
by Julie Morey
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Travel Memoir
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What does one do when they’ve suffered a bad break up, and are trying to “find” themselves, but aren’t quite ready to deal with reality? Travel, of course. And so begins my adventure, or should I say misadventure? Seven months taking on Southeast Asia trying to find the answers to life, God, relationships, and sex.

I’d spent the last five years overseas teaching English and was currently living in Taiwan. I was thirty three. My ten year marriage had fallen apart and I suddenly found myself single with no idea what I wanted to do with my life. I had questions with no answers and a divorce I didn’t want to deal with. So, I ran. To Thailand. To Cambodia. To Vietnam. To India. To Sri Lanka. I mean really if you’re going to go on the lam can you think of a better place than the exotic beauty of Southeast Asia?

In Travel, Sex, and Train Wrecks I present the whole sordid story of my journey. Just to give you fair warning it does involve sex, hot men with accents, Pad Thai, and bizarre travel situations. And it will probably leave you with an uncontrollable urge to travel to Thailand.


Correction Line
by Craig Terlson
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Suspense
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If not for the sharp curves of prairie correction lines, grid roads would converge into one point. When encyclopedia salesman Roy Blake meets Lucy, an ex-palmist living in a secluded house, he hits a different sort of curve. After a failed sales visit, Roy returns to find the house trashed and her dog tied up in the basement. Just as he discovers a shelf of glowing mason jars, two men carrying shotguns arrive and start smashing furniture upstairs. Before the men can flush him out of the basement, a chemically induced explosion levels the house and Roy barely escapes. Lucy pulls Roy into a world of bowling hustlers, Cuba-loving assassins, strange healing liquids, and guys that take baseball way too seriously. Curve balls meet curved roads, and Roy hits a correction line that will drive him toward a man who controls an entirely different salesforce.


The Beach
by Jaye Frances
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy/Thriller
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Alan loves the beach. More than a weekend respite, it is his home, his refuge, his sanctuary. And for most of the year, he strolls the sand in blissful solitude, letting nature–and no one else–touch him. But spring has given way to summer, and soon, the annual invasion of vacationers and tourists will subdivide the beach with blankets, umbrellas, and chairs, depriving Alan of his privacy and seclusion–the fundamental touchstones of his life.

Resigned to endure another seasonal onslaught of beach-goers, Alan believes there is nothing he can do but prepare for the worst. But fate has other plans. Delivered to him on the crest of a rogue wave, the strange object appears to have no purpose, no practical use–until Alan accidentally discovers what waits inside. Now he must attempt to unravel an ageless mystery, unaware that the final outcome will change his life, and the beach, forever.


Your Mortgage – You Can Save Thousands By Recognizing It’s Your Money!
by Y. Patrick Mazor
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Non-Fiction
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Applying for a mortgage is a long, complicated process. The majority of mortgage loan officers do everything possible to make it seem more complicated than it is. Why? To confuse you, to make you feel uneducated, to keep you from finding out how much money you are paying for the mortgage – in the short term, and over the long haul.

Sir Francis Bacon said, “Knowledge is power.” This is as true as true can be when it comes to applying for a mortgage.

You can arm yourself with knowledge. How much will you save? Thousands, tens of thousands. Read this book. Take out your documentation from the last mortgage you obtained. Review the Good Faith Estimate (from the closing not from the application) and the Truth-in-Lending Disclosure. Read them line by line following along with Patrick’s explanations. Then answer two questions, “How much did you pay for your mortgage upfront?” and “How much would you have saved in front-end fees, back-end charges, and interest if you had read this book first.

Did you know that the average mortgage loan officer has incredible power when it comes to deciding what the note rate will be on your mortgage? Did you know that the mortgage loan officer makes more money by “selling you” a higher rate. “Gee, Mr. Borrower I’m sorry – that’s the best rate I can get you today.” Hogwash. It’s the best rate the loan officer can get himself.

The question the majority of loan officers who work for mortgage brokers ask themselves is, “How much will the traffic bear?” In other words, how high of a rate can you live with. Because the higher the rate, the more money the mortgage company and loan officer make.

The author, Patrick Mazor, is a former mortgage loan officer who predicted the subprime crisis two years before it began. Patrick has written articles for homebuyer magazines and is well published on the topic of mortgage lending.


How Color Affects Food Choices
by Costa Magoulas
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine
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The first to feast is the eyes. Color has a very strong influence in the foods we choose to eat. This is a training course designed to provide a tool for hospitality educators to teach and demonstrate how foods’ color affects the decisions customers make when making their selections. Comprehensive training of front and back of the house personnel is essential to a successful operation. This lesson plan may be used in hospitality classes as well as restaurants, concessions, and hotels for employee training in culinary operations. Course includes 4 lectures, 4 assessments and answer keys (with suggested grading rubrics), guide for instructor led taste samplings, guide and recipes for in class color and taste comparisons, instructions for blind comparative taste test, and 2 recommended assignments.


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