Thursday’s Free eBooks

Children’s Books

By: Wendy Goldstein Davis
Kids learn their ABC’s along with fun facts about water with loving water drop Aqueous. A wonderfully illustrated, happy book.

Religion & Spirituality

By: A. A Joseph
This book is a journey through familiar a path but not simply to arrive at the expected end; it is an undertaking to weed out all the overgrowth that now conceals this path.
Chapters include never-before-seen insights on popular topics like Grace, Tithe and the Word of God.
How to align yourself with the Universe and Fill Your Life with Meaning
By: Agnes Bodi
Many of us struggle to find purpose in our lives. Reconnecting to your authentic self””to your emotional, mental, and spiritual bodies””can help you find the meaning you seek. In one hour, this book can help you take your first steps to self-improvement through a series of techniques that focus on understanding your inner self and your interaction with the universe.

Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

By: Robert Thornhill
In Lady Justice And Dr. Death, a series of terminally ill patients are found dead under circumstances that point to a new Dr. Death practicing euthanasia in the Kansas City area.
Walt and his entourage of scrappy seniors are dragged into the ‘right-to-die-with-dignity’ controversy.
The mystery provides a light-hearted look at this explosive topic and death in general.
You may see end-of-life issues in a whole new light after reading Lady Justice And Dr. Death.

Arts & Photography

By: Dan Eitreim
Photography is all about capturing light… that’s it! So, learning to master lighting is not just nice…or important. It’s VITAL! In fact, the word photography is from the ancient Greek and literally means “writing with light.” When you’re done reading through this easy to understand lesson you’ll not only be able to “write” with light, you’ll be writing like Shakespeare!

Self-Help

A Practical Guide To The Most Fulfilling Relationship Of Your Life
By: Trish Castelle
Most of us failed to be educated in one essential dimension of life: self-love. When you love yourself, your happiness, health, and fulfillment are all of paramount importance because you realize that without loving yourself, you will never be able to genuinely love others. This self-love guide is about learning how to identify your unmet needs as an introvert and individual.
By: Alex Balax
Parenting is for people. It is true that reproduction is crucial to operating for all types of living beings in the world. People have the primal instinct to survive.
It is called the basic instinct for all living animals in the world. According to the report of scientists, an instinct of man is the greatest driving force which is responsible for life forms.

Business & Investing

Using Kindle Direct Publishing, CreateSpace and Smashwords
By: Christine John
This book is an essential guide that walks you through the entire process of publishing your book using the three most popular online services: Kindle Direct Publishing, CreateSpace, and Smashwords. You get step-by-step instructions on how to create an account, format your manuscript, upload your manuscript, design your book cover, and set the price and royalties you wish to earn from your book sales. Click the buy button now to find out more!
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!

Science Fiction & Fantasy

By: Philip Carroll
A Boy with a Destiny beyond his Imagination

Keo Noshahne learns at five years of age that he is different-he will be a creature handler, a prestigious position in the kingdom of the Midlands. He grows into his destiny with confidence, though others read his self-assurance as arrogance and small town ignorance.

Each step along his journey pits him against others who may help him or push him toward his ultimate destruction.

Though

Literature & Fiction

By: Kate Anslinger
Detective Grace McKenna’s mother has always told her that she has a gift. When she looks into a criminal’s eyes she can see haunting images of victims who have been wronged. One of those visions is the face of Jenny Silva, high school art teacher who has gone missing from the small town of Bridgeton, Massachusetts, where Grace works. When she makes eye contact with the possible suspect, Jenny’s tortured face flashes before Grace, leaving an unsettling imprint on her. Grace finds hersel

Biographies & Memoirs

A Memoir: Half-Cuban, Half-Dominican and Full Life
By: Paz Ellis
Plantains and the 7 Plagues is the author’s first memoir about her life growing up as a child of a Cuban father and Dominican mother in New Jersey. The book deals with the assimilation issues of many first-generation American children and the cultural impacts on their day to day lives. Paz takes us on a journey that includes her parent’s courtship, her mother’s traumatic childhood, her father’s deep emotions regarding his birthplace, illnesses, her struggles in school, strong family bonds and he

Health, Fitness & Dieting

By: Kristen Crosson
I put an egg on my hair….and I liked it!

Follow along and learn with a newbie’s 28 day experiment of trying the no poo method and giving up commercial shampoos ! This 28 Day Diary of “No Shampoo” details the learning curve of trying to go no shampoo and to also NOT go crazy that first month. This highlighted hair author shares simple hair recipes and advice on making it through the beginning of the no poo journey.

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