Thursday’s Free eBooks

Science Fiction & Fantasy

By: Brandon Zenner
Two years have passed since humankind faced extinction.

Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

A Jake Abraham Mystery
By: Jim Cliff
A missing girl. A ruthless killer. A rookie P.I.

P.I. Jake Abraham just got his first client – a disgraced former police captain whose daughter has disappeared.

When the girl shows up dead, Jake is drawn into a dangerous world of organised crime, police corruption, infidelity and serial murder.

With a terrified city in the grip of a brutal killer who’s always one step ahead of the police, Jake will have to risk everything to bring the perpetrator to justice.

By: Inge Moore
“It started way back when I was a little girl, see. I had dreams — beautiful dreams so close to my heart I didn’t tell nobody about them.” HAPPY FOR A WHILE is the story of what happens when one young woman’s dreams meet disappointment! First published in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, this story is now free for a limited time.
By: Suzanne Falter and Jack Harvey
Transman spy Charley MacElroy travels to Paris to help French authorities break up a Neo Nazi plot to scatter dirty bombs throughout the city. His older lover Electra comes along to study French, but she soon discovers Dickie Borque, an sinister British aristocrat with lavender hair, may be behind the plot. Charley, however, is not so sure.

Arts & Photography

By: Dan Eitreim
Photos of our kids are among our most prized possessions! Whether you are a newbie shooting with your cell phone, or an old pro with top of the line equipment… “Photographing Children – Tips, Tricks And Ideas!” will help you get better photos!

Children’s Books

By: Inge Moore
Something strange is happening at the cabin. Twelve-year-old Sandy is determined to track down the source, with or without the help of her sister, Jacqueline.
By: Becky Benishek
Dr. Guinea Pig George really does think he’s a doctor””and it never occurs to him that he might be wrong!

Follow clever George through a very unexpected day as he navigates potential peril, takes advantage of a peculiar situation, and comes out on top.

These days, it’s more important than ever for all of us, children and adults, to believe in ourselves, even if what we aspire to seems out of reach at first glance. If you don’t take a chance, you’ll never know what might have been.

Literature & Fiction

By: Ken Montrose
Sometimes even the voices the voices are hungover…
David an ex-football player just trying to make a life for himself copes with addiction and auditory hallucinations he calls “The Chorus.” Taylor, David’s therapist, struggles to stay sober and fight off depression while his wife lies in a coma. He bounces between his job at a psychiatric hospital, and the ECU of an adjoining hospital. When chaos breaks out on the psych unit, both must find the strength to overcome their demons.
By: Ken Montrose
Home Groupies is an odd combination of self-help and fiction. The novella tells the story of friends struggling to stay clean and face ‘life on life’s terms. Chapters end in daily messages e.g. Today I will take recovery seriously and myself less so.
By: Clare Baldock
Barrister Olivia Bailey agrees to a clandestine meeting with Michael Gordon-Jones QC, her adversary in the current trial of Paul Merrow for money-laundering and manslaughter. Gordon-Jones imparts a shocking revelation confided to him by his closest friend, Detective Inspector James Frobisher: namely the mastermind behind a major fraud. This causes Merrow’s discharge and threatens Olivia’s future.

Health, Fitness & Dieting

By: Christian Starr
We want to be healthy. We want to be lean. And we want to lose that annoying fat around our bellies!

We can achieve ALL of these goals with This Ketogenic Diet Plan. Based on exciting new research about the dramatic benefits of A Ketogenic Diet, this plan nurtures your gut while helping you burn off excess weight and harmful belly fat.

This book reveals things like…

The biggest mistakes that are keeping you fat, exhausted, out


By: David A. Hunter
Anxiety can be really stubborn. It likes to stick around like an unwanted visitor. Even when you THINK that you have it under control, it sneaks back. You have to KNOW that you have it under control.
How not to become roadkill on the highway to recovery
By: Ken Montrose
Many meditation books lift us above the din of daily existence. Not this one. This workbook focuses on continuing the journey of a thousand miles even if the first step was into a pile of it. Topics covered include learning from people you don’t like, squeezing the joy out of life, not judging people by their appearances, finding peace in noisy places, and never picking up the first drink or drug, no matter what. Each lesson includes a page for writing a daily inventory and a gratitude list.

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