Thursday’s Free eBooks

Parenting & Relationships

A Necessary Alternative for Healing
By: Nancy Richards
After the death of her father, and her mother’s remarriage to a sadistic abuser, Nancy Richards lived a life plagued with violence.
The powerlessness, pain, and torment she endured ate her up. But, the ultimate gut-punch came when she finally broke her silence, and her words were met with excuses for her abusers, and the admonition that she must forgive.
Written with raw emotion and inspirational clarity, this a page-turner offers help and hope for anyone affected by abuse.


By: Chloe Evans
Stop procrastination before it stops you! Procrastination can become an insidious habit that stops you from leading a more fulfilling life.
By: Russell Strong
Being an efficient leader goes beyond being a principled and a no-nonsense team leader. Certain qualities make you a leader that everyone loves to work with; one of these qualities is your level of intelligence.

Your level of intelligence plays a very vital role in determining how good a leader you can be; however, intelligence is not the only, or the most important trait you need to have in order to succeed as a leader. Every effective leader became so due to his/her emotional quotient level.

By: Russell Strong
Many people think that self-discipline is all about depriving themselves and living a restrictive life. Well, they are wrong. Self-discipline is a learned skill that enables you to take charge of yourself, manage your actions, and control your reactions. Self-discipline is not a limitation. It is the key that allows you to dominate your life and achieve great personal improvement.
By: Julia Facett
This book has actionable information on how to easily practice meditation.
You may wonder, how can I stay in the present owing to the many demands that modern life seems to throw at us all the time? Well, the #1 method through which you can stay in the present is meditation. And this book will show you exactly how to go about it. In this book, you will learn what meditation is about and how to meditate to attain the inner peace and stress free life that you’ve always wanted. Let’s get started!
A 2-Step Formula To Ensure You Reach Your Next Success Goals
By: Darin Scott
“Failproof!” is condensed from years of trying to find answers to the tough question of why some people succeed easily where others fail. I have condensed the wisdom garnered from reading lots of books on the subject of success, goal setting, and self motivation into a 2 step formula for reaching your goals in life.

Literature & Fiction

By: Warren Brown
This short story is part of the latest collection of Anglo-Indian short stories to be published by Warren Brown.

These short stories are based in “Anglo-Street”, which represents an Anglo-Indian neighbourhood, a fictional area in Calcutta. The places, characters and events of the short stories are all existing, living and occurring in the period of the “Golden Age of Anglo-Indians” in Calcutta, between the 1960s to the 1990s.

Biographies & Memoirs

By: Molly S. Hillery
bare roots is a collection of poetry written for anyone that has ever buried parts of themselves away from the world. The book is divided into six parts– Pruning the Damage, Battling the Weeds, The Roses [and the Thorns], The Seedling Shall Blossom, Cultivating Wisdom, and Buds of Hope are delicately crafted segments that touch on the subjects of femininity, love and loss, trauma, mental illness, the search for meaning, and ultimately, how to grow from it all.

Cookbooks, Food & Wine

By: June Kessler
As a mother and grandmother, I have found my family never turns down a good health pasta dish. I have decided to dedicate this mini book to share my collection of my family favorite dishes that even a finicky 5 year will enjoy, and ask for more. My grand children are three and five years old who love all kinds of noodles topped or mixed with the healthy ingredients that they need as a foundation to healthy living. You are what you eat and to some extent, this is a true saying, children do need

Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

By: Steven Wain
It’s the wrong night to be alone. Living with her daughter Valerie, Emily Kemp can hardly tell the difference.

With an empty tea cup, a wealth of mess, and a photo of her ex-husband on the entertainment unit, Emily makes for bed.

Awoken half way through the night, half of the bed unoccupied, Emily thinks it sounds like a bang.

Wobbly feet carry her to investigate, satisfied breaths carry her back to bed after abandonment.

She stops in the doorway.

And then she sees it.

By: Steven Wain
It haunts our dreams. It stalks our streets and lurks within the halls of our homes. It tingles our spines and waters our eyes. A world very different to the daylight that accompanies us in the waking hours. It is there, waiting to be spotted, but it is never seen.

We know it’s there, but we tell ourselves it doesn’t exist.

Gathered here are ten twisted stories from this dark universe.

A young girl walks home from school, unaware of the dark shadow which stalks her every step. A mother wat

Arts & Photography

By: Dan Eitreim
Using the correct aperture is vital if you want great, creative photography! Soon, the aperture will be your closest, most creative friend – IF you know all the amazing options available by using the right aperture settings – and how to manipulate them to capture your creative vision.

You’re literally minutes away from understanding aperture as well as most professionals.

Education & Reference

The Tiger’s Epic Struggle for Survival
By: Farhan Khalid
The perfect gift for wildlife enthusiasts of all ages! This is a book for anyone fascinated by tigers, mesmerized by their combination of beauty and power. It’s filled with interesting facts, the latest statistics about the world’s wild tiger population, a thought-provoking argument for conservation, and stunning full-color photos.

Learn about this magnificent creature, the threats it faces, and what can be done (and is being done) to prevent the tiger from becoming extinct. By spreading this k

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