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Pick Any Two Kindle Books for Free

Here’s a promotion I missed during Read an eBook Week, but you still have today to take advantage of BeWrite Books’ special offer: go through their online eBook catalog (and there is a lot of stuff there), and pick any two books for free.  Here is how you can take advantage of their free offer:

  • Point your computer’s web browser to http://www.bewrite.net
  • Click on the “Book Store” link on the right-hand side of the screen
  • Go through their catalog, and choose two books.
  • Compose an email to RAEBW@bewrite.net and send them the two titles you would like for free.  PLEASE NOTE: you will need to put the books’ URL in the email’s body. Just copy and paste the link in your email, and you might want to include the name of the book and the title.
  • Let them know you want the Kindle format of the book.
  • Why not give them a big “Thank You” for making this offer during Read an eBook week?

Folks on the Amazon Kindle discussion boards have been talking about the fast service as well as the quality of the selections available.

Hope you’re having a great weekend!

Michael

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Amber Dream Free Kindle Book

Today is the last day of Read an eBook Week.  I’ve tried to give each of you a flavor of websites that are different from the Amazon website as well as (hopefully) introduce you to a slew of new authors.  Hopefully, you have found a good one or two or three….

On a side note, I thought it very ironic that after telling you about half a dozen or so titles being offered for free during Read an eBook Week, Amazon made those available for free, also, on Thursday.  Too bad they didn’t get with the game and offer a lot in support of Read an eBook Week: that could have been a marketer’s dream!

Ireadiwrite Publishing has (to me) done a great job of offering a different author and a variety of genres for free this week, and they have one more for free today: Suzi Davis’ young adult book Amber Dream.  I noticed it is $4.99 in the Amazon Kindle store, and has received a perfect 5 out of 5 stars based on 16 customer reviews.  You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in http://bit.ly/g2Ngzs into your computer’s web browser: please note this link is a link to start the download of the Kindle edition.

Once you download it to your computer, you will need to transfer it to your Kindle, and you can click here to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer.  This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

Here is the description from the ireadiwrite website:

It’s the last day of Ebook Week and we’re pleased to offer a bestseller for us – Amber Frost by Suzi Davis. This great young adult paranormal story of two high school kids who are each seeking their own way and end up finding each other has been a huge hit with reviewers and book bloggers – as well as readers. It’s the first book in the story of popular but sad girl, Grace Lynn Stevenson and the confused loner Sebastian Caldwood, with the second book due out this fall.

Enjoy it on us and we hope you had a great ebook week!

And here is the description from the Amazon website for you to determine if this is something for you:

Grace Lynn Stevenson is an eighteen year old girl who recently moved with her wealthy, but busy parents to a new city. She’s popular, pretty and rich – what more could a girl want? But deep down, she’s sad, lonely and plagued by nightmares.

When she meets Sebastian Caldwood at her new private school, she’s inexplicably drawn to him and his strange tattoos. Sebastian always gets what he wants – he simply has to wish it; but he’s fighting his own inner demons, and struggling to remember a past that eludes him. When he remembers that he is much older than he looks, he realizes that he’s seen many people live and die, including Grace.

Once Sebastian realizes his true nature and finds what he has been searching for the past hundreds of years, he also realizes that it is now up to him to protect Grace from the dangers that have plagued them throughout eternity.

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Amanda in Spain Free Kindle Book

In honor of Read an eBook Week, ireadiwrite publishing is offering another free title today, this time with Darlene Foster’s Amanda in Spain: The Girl in the Painting which is normally $3.99 in the Amazon Kindle store.  Here is what the folks over at ireadiwrite had to say about the book:

For today, we have our most recent release available for free. Darlene Foster has written some wonderful books for young people – both her Amanda in Arabia and her eagerly awaited Amanda in Spain have been a real success for us.  So – we’re offering her new book for free today. It’s a perfect read for kids aged 8-88 and we know you’ll enjoy it. Happy reading!

You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in http://bit.ly/eYkJzS into your computer’s web browser and downloading it to your computer first.

Please note the links for this title are the link to start the download process of the book in Kindle format, and are not to a specific web landing page.

Once you download it to your computer, you will need to transfer it to your Kindle, and you can click here to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer.  This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

Here is the book’s description:

Amanda Jane Ross is certainly becoming a world traveler; she’s found herself in Spain on vacation with her friend Leah and her parents. Strangely, she’s encountered a mysterious young girl who looks eerily like the girl in a famous painting in the museum in Madrid. Even stranger is that this girl keeps showing up wherever Amanda finds herself – Madrid, the remote mountains of rural Spain, the beaches on the Mediterranean Sea and in the big city of Barcelona. Amanda wants to help this girl, but Leah is scared to do too much given the fact that they’ve just found out that a mean horse-dealer is trying to get to this girl and her beautiful pony.

Come with Amanda as she tries to unravel the mystery behind this sweet young girl and her beloved pony as they trek across Spain.

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Private Lies Free Kindle Book

In support of Read an eBook Week, Books for a Buck has made a book available with a free copy of Private Lies by Amy Eastlake.  You can pick up your free copy if you click here or type in http://tinyurl.com/liesbyamy into your web browser and download it to your computer.

Once you download it to your computer, you will need to transfer it to your Kindle, and you can click here to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer.

Here is the book’s description:

Making it a as a private investigator isn’t easy–especially when your parents have been on the run since they were involved in the Weather Underground during the 1960s. But Heather Webb thinks she finally has her life under control–until Jack Eastland walks into her office with a proposition she really doesn’t want to accept.

CIA Agent Jack Eastland has tracked down clues to a major terrorist incident and the signs point straight toward pretty P.I. Heather Webb. She’s definitely keeping secrets and she has the computer skills to unravel his agency-supplied cover in record time. But Jack didn’t become a top agent by taking things for granted and his instincts tell him that Heather isn’t at the bottom of the problem. Flipping her, using her to help him track down the threat to the U.S. becomes his goal.

When Heather’s parents vanish, Jack sees an opportunity for leverage–but it doesn’t take long before the threat is coming back at him and both Jack and Heather are running for their lives. Only gradually does the real danger come into view–a cyber-terror attack that could send the country into a depression that would make the 1930s look good. All of Heather’s computer skills and Jack’s CIA training will be put to the test because the terrorists know that only those two stand between them and success. Even as they are forced to work together, however, Heather has to keep her deepest secret back–because if Jack learns the truth about her parents, they’ll be sent to prison forever.

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We’ve Seen the Enemy Free Kindle Book

In honor of Read an eBook Week, ireadiwrite Publishing is offering another book for free today, with Paul Dayton’s We’ve Seen the Enemy.  Looking at the Amazon website, the Kindle edition is normally $3.99, and has received a perfect 5 out of 5 stars based on three customer reviews.

You can pick up your free Kindle edition by clicking here or typing in http://bit.ly/gQtxuU into your computer’s web browser and downloading it to your computer first.  Please note the link is for the direct download of the Kindle version of the book and is not a link to a unique web page.

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Fern’s Fancies Free Kindle Book

In honor of read an eBook week, author Lillie Ammann is offering her book, Fern’s Fancies for free.  You can pick up your free copy from the Smashwords website if you click here or type in http://tinyurl.com/fernfancy into your computer’s web browser to download it to your computer first.  Unless you put in code RE100 upon checkout it won’t be free, so please be sure to put in the code.

When you scroll down the Smashwords page, please be sure to choose the “Kindle (.mobi)” format as that is the one that will work on your Kinlde.

Once you download it to your computer, you will need to transfer it to your Kindle, and you can click here to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer.  This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

Here is the book’s description from the Smashwords website:

When Fern Tate sold her interior landscape company to a national corporation, she didn’t expect to have a boss like Pendleton Morgenthal, III. Had she made the biggest mistake of her life? Pen never allowed a woman—especially a subordinate—to distract him from his fast-track career. What was it about Fern that made her different?

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Free SciFi Kindle Book

In honor of Read an eBook Week, author gary Hoover is offering his book, Land of Nod, The Artifact for free today from the Smashwords site vs. the $2.99 he normally receives from both the Smashwords site and the Amazon Kindle store.  This book has received a perfect 5 out of 5 stars based on three customer reviews from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars based on seven customer reviews on the Smashwords site.

You can click here to pick up your free copy, or type in http://bit.ly/fM0fAS into your computer’s web browser to download it to your computer first: just be sure to choose the “Kindle (.mobi)” version!  Once you download it to your computer, you will need to transfer it to your Kindle, and you can click here to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer.  This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.

Here is the book’s description from the Smashwords website:

Jeff Browning is a teenage boy who, following the mysterious disappearance of his father, finds a portal in his father’s office that transports him to another dimension. As Jeff looks for clues regarding what may have happened to his father, he is accused by some of being a spy while thought by others to be a prophesized figure . . . who may be the key to victory in a developing war.

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