Thursday’s Free eBooks


By: Johnathan H. Bentley
Great relationships are waiting, but the fear of emotional closeness must be overcome first.

Cookbooks, Food & Wine

By: Alan Bradshaw
If you are obese and want to lose weight, then you need to follow a healthy diet. Most people after following certain diet plans for a while tend to lose hope and resign to living with their unshaped bodies.

Obesity in return leads to many health problems and future illnesses. So if you are a person in search of some magic elixir to help you lose weight and keep you healthy, active and fit then this book is for you.

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!


By: S M Mala
Hatty lives on an island in the Caribbean and is afraid of mosquitos and the sea. She longs for friendship, love and the truth about her history. But she is constantly met with a wall of silence.
When Jake visits his father Murray, who is also Hatty’s secret guardian, the young couple are instantly attracted to each other.
A mysterious and turbulent sexual tale of young love, deceit, jealousy and passion mixed in with the conflict of deep rooted prejudices and regret ”¦ her story begins.

Literature & Fiction

By: T Kozumplik
In this second collection of poetry, Kozumplik enters the maze. This is the sticky hive; this is the trickle of tears, happy and sad. This is the apple to be bitten; the harvest of the sex of flowers.
Readers say ”˜silken thoughts traveling through the seasons and space’
”˜His short poems are exquisite’
”˜Blissful, endearing, punchy and fun’
”˜this volume is a slow therapeutic breath’
”˜Nothing trite here. Well worth the read! Looking forward to reading more’
”˜Honeycomb Poems is healing’
By: Kunal Mistry
Twenty love poems about the most alluring lady, in a London setting that subsumes all the seasons of the year.

The poems are from the heart and aim to capture a sense of the weather, the surroundings and above all vivid imagery of the lady whom all the poems have been written about and for.

Incorporated within the pieces are facets of traditional poetic techniques, but also aspects of modern colloquial twists.

Arts & Photography

By: Dan Eitreim
Getting the best exposure in your photographs is the difference between heart thumping, exciting, STUNNING images…and a big yawn!

Your camera on automatic is a guaranteed route to failure!

Read this simple, easy to understand training, and learn how to – Master Photo Exposure!

Science Fiction & Fantasy

Galactic Private Eye
By: Clark Graham
Now with 14 stories.

Something for everyone, Mystery, Science Fiction, Suspense and Fantasy.

Nick Spool Private eye
an investigator tries to solve a murder, but is shocked when the truth isn’t a simple who done it. There could be intergalactic consequences.

By: Lottie Lawrence
A simplistic life form on the plant Diatom have their existence shattered when their planet explodes and casts them into the universe. Their evolutionary adaptations stand them in good stead and after millennia in outer space they land on earth. John Marsden, an eye surgeon’s son and Henry Williams, a farmer’s son find them in 1938 with a catastrophic effect that takes a few years to materialise.
By: Michelle Dorey
Keira Swanson is flunking out of school… again. She’s flitted like a butterfly from one college program to another. The only thing she’s ever finished has been the last call at dance clubs.

Everything changes in a New York minute when her parents decide it’s time for tough love and cut her off. No more credit cards, no more cash allowance and OMG they cancelled her apartment’s lease. On top of all that, she’s banished to her grandmother’s. A grandmother she never k

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