Download Best Free Kindle Books – 01/14/13

Ghosts of Rosewood Asylum

By Stephen Prosapio / Genre: Horror / Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (145 reviews)

Ghosts of Rosewood Asylum

Zach Kalusky, host of Sci-D TV’s Xavier Paranormal Investigators, is ecstatic when he’s given the opportunity to explore the most haunted site in Chicago for a Halloween Special: Rosewood Asylum, a place long made off-limits by the local government, plagued by decades of mysterious fires and unexplained events. It’s Zach’s dream investigation- but there’s a catch: the network forces Xavier Paranormal Investigators to partner with the more dramatic-but less ethical-Demon Hunters. Now, Zach must fight for both his show’s integrity and his team’s loyalty while trying to protect his own secret: that he, himself, is possessed.

Continue reading

5 More Free Kindle Books for 9-23-12

Vengeance: Hatred and Honor

By Brett Ashton / Genre: War / Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars

Vengeance: Hatred and Honor

“It’s a book you don’t want to put down after starting to read it.”

This is an action filled World War Two historical fiction novel about Jacob Scott Williams, the assistant gun director on the battleship Oklahoma when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.

The story begins with a news reporter for a radio station getting the assignment to interview a retired Navy admiral who is celebrating his one hundredth birthday. The conversation rapidly turns to the memories of William’s participation in WW2, when he accepted the surrender of a Japanese submarine at the end of the war. From there he continues to relate the major events in his experience which led him to that point.

The action starts with LCDR Williams having a meeting with the junior officers under his command in the officer’s wardroom on the morning of December 7th, when the first torpedo strikes the ship. Ten minutes later he is swimming for his life in Pearl Harbor as the Battleship Arizona blows up and his own ship rolls over and dies.

Free as of 9/23/2012 for Kindle. Click here to find out if this book is still FREE.

Sinnamon: It Gets Dirtier

By Wasiim / Genre: African-American Fiction / Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars

Revised

“I can’t wait to read the next part to this book.”

Can you really become a product of your environment? What if your struggles to becomes something positive or negatively influenced by your surroundings? What happends when your forced to choose between survival and integrity?

Sinnamon is forced to take care of herself and her little brother at a very young age. She has nothing but dreams of going to college and getting a well paying job to escape poverty.

In her senior year of high school, Sinnamon meet a girl named Essence who helps her discover her outer beauty and shows how to survive. With her new look and confidence, Sinnamon is able to take on what ever comes her way. That is until things take a turn for the worse and the rug is snapped from under her feet.
After tasting money and living the life of luxury, Sinnamon is hooked and doesn’t want to let go. She refuses to go backwards, but what is she willing to risk to maintain her new lifestyle?

They say once a good girl has gone bad she’s gone forever. But, what is Karma brings her back?

Free as of 9/23/2012 for Kindle. Click here to find out if this book is still FREE.

The Black Dog and The American Woman

By J. D. Reid / Genre: Action & Adventure / Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars

The Black Dog and The American Woman

“This is a great story and really introduces a different culture.”

The Black Dog and the American Woman is one of those stories that transport the reader somewhere new and rarely experienced. The scene is set on an eco-Tour somewhere on the upper reaches of the Cuyabeno River deep in the Amazon rainforest of central Ecuador. A group of tourists has arrived and is just settling into camp as dark clouds gather and a ferocious black dog runs through the tangle of the jungle in hot pursuit of its prey. On one level, it is an interesting and often thrilling tale told of an eco-Tour gone bad; but it is much more than that. As the fine balance of life and death is revealed in the canopy above them, and in their fearful flight up the river, the reader is immersed in the reality of the jungle as few stories of this type have done before. As stated in his remarks, the author has direct experience in this regard; there is a suggestion some aspects of this story might even be true, and it certainly reads like it. The writing is reminiscent of Somerset Maugham’s short stories of the Far East as well as Joseph Conrad’s of the Malay Peninsula. It is a morality tale in which good and bad, like life and death, are in near equal balance.

Free as of 9/23/2012 for Kindle. Click here to find out if this book is still FREE.

Ordinary Men, Extraordinary Lives: Defining Moments

By Jim Sharon / Genre: Biographies & Memoirs / Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

Revised

“It left me with a want to better my life and a knowing that I can always spin my downfalls into something more positive.”

Authentic life-altering experiences of forty soulful men who courageously share their hearts, guts and psyches.

The central message of these forty diverse and inspiring stories is that with sufficient support and determination you can overcome challenges, setbacks, and even intense pain.

In these rich stories, you will discover…

* How to develop resilience, balance and faith
* The power of positive choices and intentionality in shaping your life
* Various ways that breakthroughs and transformation can occur
* What gives conscious men a clear sense of meaning and purpose
* and many more unexpected and profound gifts

Real – raw – inspiring…

Refreshing!

Moving – a rare glimpse into the heart and soul of what is best in men!

Free as of 9/23/2012 for Kindle. Click here to find out if this book is still FREE.

Pompomberry House

By Rosen Trevithick / Genre: Humor / Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars

Pompomberry House

“Once again Rosen has succeeded in crafting a delightful story, full of humour yet delving into the more serious side of human nature and relationships.”

A writer’s retreat seemed the perfect chance for Dee Whittaker to take her mind off her marital difficulties.

However, she meets five of the most hideous writers ever to have mastered a QWERTY keyboard, and her problems quickly multiply. Things escalate further when the handyman winds up dead.

After fleeing from the island, Dee attempts to get her life back on track but begins to notice that something strange is going on. The stories written on the island are coming true and hers is next – complete with a murder.

Her estranged husband makes an unlikely sidekick as the two of them try to stop the literary copycat killing an innocent woman.

Packed with topical references, ‘Pompomberry House’ provides a satirical look at the emerging world of indie publishing.

Free as of 9/23/2012 for Kindle. Click here to find out if this book is still FREE.

Though Kindle books are FREE at the time they are posted, prices may change at any time. Please make sure the price says “Kindle Price: $0.00″ before clicking “Buy”. If you see “Prime Members: $0.00″, then the book is NOT free any longer. If you are outside of the United States, Kindle content availability and pricing may vary.

Continue reading