Kindle Daily Deal, Bargain and Free Books For 11-1-12

by Greg on November 1, 2012

Take another break to enjoy today’s Kindle Daily Deal, a great bargain book and 3 excellent free books. Remember to “LIKE” and share your favorite finds with everyone!

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Transcendent has an impressive 4.2 star rating and is only 99 cents!


Amazing Gracie: A Dog’s Tale
by Dan Dye & Mark Beckloff
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Inspirational Pet Memoir
Price: $1.99 Save $8.96
Subject to change back to full price at any time.


It was love at first sight. Amid the frenzied barking and prancing of a house full of Great Danes, one pup was shivering in the corner. Gracie. But when Dan Dye reached her, she struggled to her feet like a clumsy foal, raised her forehead to his, and announced, as clearly as if she had actually spoken the words, You know I’m the one. Now get me outta here!

By turns funny, moving, tender, and inspiring, Gracie’s tale is a treat for every dog lover. There is Gracie’s first morning, racing around Dan in the snowy yard. Gracie’s first determination to prove to her step-sisters, Dottie the Dalmation and Sarah the Black Lab, that she’s one of the girls. Gracie’s defiant romance with a pint-size charmer named Byron, a Boston Terrier from the wrong side of the fence.

Then born of necessity, the eureka moment: When Gracie’s delicate constitution starts turning into anorexia, Dan teaches himself how to cook, and in three days is baking her the cookies that will spur her appetite, launch Three Dog Bakery, and transform their lives forever.

Courage. Compassion. Kindness. Soul. Tenacity. And joy, above all, joy. These qualities Gracie possessed in abundance, and shared with everyone, human or canine, who had the good fortune to cross her path.



Unbreak My Heart
by Helen Scott Taylor
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $0.99


“Any lover of traditional Harlequin/Mills and Boon novels will especially adore this novel.” Heather H.

They were inseparable until family conflict tore the teenaged sweethearts apart. Nine years later, she turns up at his prestigious hotel with the paparazzi at her heels and the six-week-old daughter of her celebrity ex in her arms. She has nowhere left to run except back to the place where she left her heart. Can they forgive the pain of the past, accept each other as they are now, and rediscover the childhood love that was snatched away from them?



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.

The Guestbook
by Andrea Hurst
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $12.99
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Fleeing her picture-perfect marriage among the privileged set of Brentwood and the wreckage of a failed marriage, Lily Parkins decides to move to the only place that still holds happy memories, her grandmother’s old farmhouse. The lush and majestic setting of the Pacific Northwest calls to her and offers a place of refuge and perhaps renewal. Her grandmother has passed away, leaving the Madrona Island Bed & Breakfast Inn to Lily.

Left with only an old guestbook as her guide–a curious book full of letters, recipes, and glimpses into her family history–Lily is determined to embrace her newfound independence and recreate herself, one page at a time. With the help of the quirky island residents she has befriended, she slowly finds the strength to seek out happiness on her own terms. But as soon as she has sworn off men and is standing on her own two feet, Lily meets Ian, the alluring artist who lives next door, and her new life is suddenly thrown off course. The last thing she wants to do right now is to open her heart to another man.

Ultimately, Lily must decide if it’s worth giving up her soul for security or risking everything to follow her heart.


Snaggler’s Paradise
by Jeff Davis
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Satire
Price: $0.00 Save $8.99
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With its acid edge and wicked humor, Jeff Davis’s rapid fire depiction of bureaucracy gone wild digs underneath the fingernails of the typical blue-collar worker, satirizing both modern-day relationships and business life. Specifically, if we can’t stand our jobs and families, live for the day to escape!

Luckless in love and working a dead-end job, Jack Snaggler thinks his fortune is about to change when he meets a drop dead gorgeous brunette named Paradise at a local bar. But when a shady fast food chef at a fleabag diner vanishes and coworkers start disappearing, Jack is framed for murder. If he wants to stay alive long enough to ever see Paradise again, he’ll first need to escape a conspiracy, that at each turn, involves almost everyone he knows.

Living under the backdrop of a bureaucratic and dysfunctional world (among others) are Ed Shoemaker, a disgruntled office clerk secretly conspiring to off his boorish wife and flee to Fiji; Eileen Klump, a cleaning lady in the the throes of menopause who suffers periodic breakdowns and takes intermittent stays at the local mental facility; Lance Sheppard, a would-be entrepreneur who makes his living the good old fashioned way: disability fraud. Regardless of the premise, the book punctures the fabric of what’s simply funny with an ever-present shadow of underlying truth.

Wedged in the middle of it all, Jack Snaggler fights to stay afloat in a murky pool of corrupt businessmen, trigger-happy federal agents, sleazy seaside hotel rooms, and incompetent crooks, all the while stomping for the pursuit of true love and happiness.

This is escapist entertainment for anyone ever having one of those days where everything goes wrong; the kids are screaming, the boss has you under a microscope, the rent check is late, and that little voice in the back of your head is saying, “I’m gonna take the first flight out and disappear to some deserted island in the South Pacific.”


Christian Writing Decoded: The Didache
by Wyatt North
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Christian/Non-Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $2.99
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Christian Writing Decoded provides the reader with a detailed history and analysis of the most important Christian writings. The Didache was rediscovered in the Monastery of the Holy Sepulcher in Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) in 1873 by the Metropolitan Philotheos Byrennios, who would later become the Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Nicomedia (Izmit, Turkey).

This manuscript is the sole extant copy of the complete work in Greek and was written in 1056 by a scribe named Leon. The Didache’s guarded but judicious approach to itinerant figures may be a reminder for us to be tolerant of outsiders who seek Jesus in truth, even if their ways are different from ours—as long as they do not teach us to alter our own practices.

This book provides an original history and analysis of The Didache coupled with an appendix that includes the Christian writing.


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1 Ruby Hart November 2, 2012 at 2:26 am

Amazon has allowed you Cloud Storage for books you download so they won’t take up so much storage on your device. I always download to my cloud so I can access my books from my computer, my Kindle Fire (that stays in the bedroom), my Iphone, or my Kindle Paperwhite (I use that one outdoors in sunlight). I can access the book I am reading anytime and begin where I left off on the other device I choose. You need wireless internet (wi-fi) to download, but once you do, you can turn wi-fi off to read anywhere. When I finish reading a book, I go to “Manage my Kindle” on Amazon. com and put it back in the cloud or delete it completely. I hope that helps.

2 shirlee stevens November 1, 2012 at 11:04 am

when I choose a book it says it will show in the Kindle
cloud, what is this, I have a Kindle

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