Thursday’s Free eBooks

Business & Investing

By: Ken Lathrop
Create a $50,000 income roasting just one hour per day. Hidden within the second most traded commodity in the world is a virtually untapped business opportunity. Coffee Roasting Made Easy provides valuable insights from the pioneers of this new budding industry. Coffee micro roasting is today what micro brew beer was 25 years ago. Learn how to get in on the ground floor of this exciting new opportunity!

Teens

By: Jason Barnum, S. Wolf
Sometimes winning the lottery doesn’t work out the way you would expect.

James and David were once average farm boy twins who now reside in an abandoned haunted castle in Scotland 2007. James found a magikal spell book which turned David into a nightmarish Dire Wolf. Their streak of bad luck didn’t stop even when they found a wounded girl in their Culbin Forest.

Their lives had already changed when abandoned by their mother at 14, their Da died at 16, and now at 17 they are faced with a real

Literature & Fiction

By: Richard Green
This is the story of Harry Keaton – a candidate for the President. It is Election Day and he is the overwhelming favorite to win! What could possibly go wrong? Well, on the day before the election, Harry had a few drinks and does something that could not only cost him the election but also put him behind bars. On Election Day morning he discovers what he has done and he attempts to cover up what becomes known as “the incident”. And he only has about 16 hours to succeed. (A work of light humor.)
Four women, four compelling short stories
By: Mary Grand
Four enthralling short stories about women facing turning points in their lives. Each is entirely self-contained and each is enchanting.
By: Book Junkie
New York Times Bestselling Author Kristin Hannah pays a beautiful homage to the contribution of women during World War II in her latest novel. The Nightingale tells a story of estranged sisters who are forced to step out of themselves during a time of war, and in doing so end up finding each other and themselves in the process.

Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

By: Rose Pressey
When Halloween inherits her great-aunt’s manor, she decides to put the house to good use as a bed-and-breakfast. Her first guest is the sinfully good-looking Nicolas Marcos, but he’s not here for the continental breakfast. Halloween discovers a ratty old book in the attic. It’s written in an unfamiliar language.

Halloween soon learns this is not an ordinary spellbook. The tome brings her a new talent, but her new skills come with a catch.

By: Willow Rose
Simone Beaumont is having a rough day. She is exhausted. Her baby is crying non-stop, she is in a fight with her husband and hasn’t spoken to him since last night. A big part of her want to just leave everything. To run away from it all. To vanish. She is considering it while putting her screaming baby in her car seat when suddenly she meets a man in the parking lot who without asking her makes her wish come true.

Self-Help

By: Julia Barnard
A succinct guide providing you with tips and information to lead a happier life. Topics include: goals, change, work and leisure, stress and relaxation, talents and strengths, generosity, thinking, learning, liking yourself and healthy living.
Early Recovery For Agnostics and Atheists
By: Ken Montrose
Many people who try Twelve Step programs struggle with the spiritual aspects of recovery. This fourteen page workbook assures them they can believe in whomever or whatever they want and stay in recovery. On the other hand, this workbook challenges them to ask why they believe or disbelieve as they do. Choosing a Higher Purpose offers guidance for finding a purpose that includes other people and strengthens recovery.
By: Ken Montrose
The third in the series, Home Groupies III uses the ”˜thought for the day’ format to tell the story of people in recovery. The daily messages range from the mundane to the sublime.
Cleaning Up Your Life in Early Recovery
By: Ken Montrose
This 160 page workbook helps newcomers explore their denial, deal with early recovery, and work the first five steps of AA/NA. It offers practical advice and thought-provoking exercises, while telling the story of a young couple in early recovery.

Arts & Photography

By: Dan Eitreim
Whether pro or greenest newbie, we all want emotion in our photos, it’s what separates the “snapshooter” from the artist!

Color is an important tools we can use to insert emotion in our photography. Read this ebook (it’s fast and easy) and you will never think of color the same again!

i.e, we all know that red is a good accent to attract attention. It can also indicate heat, passion or even stop!

Learn how Baboon Butts affect the way we look at the color red! Plus much much more!

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