Free Kindle Books – 5 Free Books For 8-31-12

by Greg on August 31, 2012

Need more reading material for the long weekend? Well, here are 5 free fantastic books to choose from. Please “LIKE” this and let everyone know about your favorite source for free Kindle books.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: The Ninth Step has an excellent 4.4 star rating and is only $2.99!

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.

Dysfunctional Romance!
by Derick Hudson
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Romance
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Barry Shaws’s whirlwind journey through life was shaped by the growing demands of a multitude of disorders, which meant he tended to clean things repeatedly and aggressively, before they had the chance to murder him!

Barry thrived on routine. If it hadn’t happened before, it was unlikely to happen ever…until he collided into her that is. On that fateful day, as he walked to work, stepping from the centre of one pavement stone to the next, he crashed into Sandra Wiggins, who had also been discreetly avoiding the dreaded cracks. It was lust at first sight. Love would have to wait. Apart, they were just weird, but together, they were pure mental!

This is the bittersweet, often hillarious story of two human lovebirds, destined to spend their calamitous lives together…until something extraordinary occurs that threatens to decimate what remains of their limited sanity. Welcome to the New World Order, created when Barry met his Miss. Match!


Dirty Work
by Michael Lamendola
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Crime Thriller/Humor
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Bloody basement poker games. Midnight street races. A small Mexican crime family. Stuck in the middle: two men who have no clue how to drive fast or shoot first. Sal and his buddy didn’t mean to piss off the mob, and they didn’t have any intention of stealing from an illegal gambling kingpin. Stumbling face first into a world of organized crime, they realize that staying alive means learning who to trust and how to kill. A handshake deal with the Mexicans who want them dead takes more than guts, and to survive they’ll need all the booze-fueled courage they can swallow, quick and dirty lessons in semi-automatics, and a rust-bucket Buick with a leaky trunk full of luck.

DIRTY WORK is a fast and funny crime thriller set in San Diego’s grimy underbelly where the hustlers, hit men, and crooks have no patience for a couple of guys who find themselves in a wrong place that never had a right time. Full of slick wit and gritty action, it will appeal to anyone with an appreciation for fast talking, cynical underdogs who fight like hell to beat the odds.


Zane and The Night Train
by Michael Romatowski
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
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A charismatic young rock singer primes his group for a battle of bands, while simultaneously waging war with a hotshot NFL quarterback who is trying to steal his girlfriend. Zane Barrow is the mercurial, temperamental leader of Zane and The Night Train, a Baltimore-based rock band. Still in high school, he’s a gifted athlete, a hometown gridiron hero, and a man-child with a big dream. His obsession: to propel himself and his band to the top of the rock and roll universe. One year ago, as a ragged, struggling “garage band,” that dream seemed like pure folly. In the Fall of 1976, however, the game has changed. Powered by a hyperactive, iron pumping drummer, a guitar virtuoso wielding a 1961 Fender Stratocaster, and Zane’s impassioned vocals, the band is making waves on the local scene.
The action begins at a high school State Championship football game, continues through a rollicking competition between regional bands, and culminates at a chaotic concert in front of a standing-room-only crowd of 5,000 screaming rock fans. Along the way, Zane must force showdowns with his estranged father, Ray Olsen, a Nashville music legend, and Rex Cannon, the prized rookie quarterback of the Baltimore Colts. Find out what happens as a young man struggles to save his love, hang on to his pride, and realize his lifelong dream. He has only one weapon with which to fight: a kick-ass rock and roll band.


The Feast
by Tiffany Dow
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Young Adult/Science Fiction/Fantasy
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The Feast – short story #1: In the aftermath of an infection that tainted food crops and killed off much of the animal food supply for humans, a lucrative black market had emerged selling disease-free human meat. The government has gotten involved, developing five Ranches in the heartland of America. Fourteen-year old Elira is the firstborn member of the human herd, living comfortably in the only world she’s ever known, unable to relate to her Mother’s desire for freedom. It’s not until the young girl’s own world is turned upside down that she feels a desire to break free.


How Parking Enforcement Stole My Soul
by Ben Friedrich
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Memoir
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Warning: Suspense, drug references, some foul language, and lots of gruesome but true parking stories. Romance, a midget, a giant, and a dead body. These are but a few of the things I encountered during my journey from a good kid to a life-hating parking enforcement officer. This fast-paced memoir of ticket-writing and citation-issuing begs the question: Is a job really just a job?

I learned the answer to that question when I became a parking enforcement officer. The answer, in case you wondered, is that it’s not just a job. What you choose to do for work changes you at a deep level. For instance, if you are the jerk writing people tickets, then you are going to become a jerk. That’s just the law of cause and effect. What you do is who you are.

I used to be considered a great kid. People commented on my easy smile and boyish good looks; moms hoped an ambitious, honest young man like myself would notice their homely daughters. I made friends easily, was a trusted confidant, and always saw the good in others. My prospects were bright and I lived with my head high and one foot in the future. My name is Ben Friedrich. This is my story: the story of how parking enforcement stole my soul.


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