Wednesday’s Free eBooks

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!


By: S M Mala
Sylvie works in on e-commerce website selling adult toys. Her world is turned upside down when the owner’s stepson decides to close the place down. Both poles apart and each hiding their own emotional turmoil, is this the only place where they can get their good vibration. A sexy and funny story about finding love in the most unexpected place.

Literature & Fiction

By: Paul E. Creasy
For two thousand years, the name of Pontius Pilate has been remembered with vile contempt. Cursed by countless generations for his one fateful decision, this otherwise obscure Roman bureaucrat has been forever damned in the eyes of history. Now, however, a subway construction project under the streets of modern Rome has inadvertently uncovered the archeological find of the millennium.
By: Book Junkie
Andy Weir’s first critically acclaimed novel, The Martian, defies gravity and interstellar expectations with his whirlwind story of a stranded astronaut on Mars. Filled with suspense, nail biting circumstances, and seemingly insurmountable odds Mark Watney tries to survive the harsh atmosphere of the red planet with almost no supplies or hope.
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.

Science Fiction & Fantasy

By: P. G. Allison
She keeps her werecat nature a secret. There is no pack, no pride of other werecats and no alpha. She’s a girl with fantastic abilities growing up in today’s world, amongst humans. She only has her instincts to guide her and those drive her to train herself to extremes. She must control those instincts; dampening the wild predator is often necessary. Her raging hormones and enhanced senses require very strong controls; she explores what happens when those when those controls are relaxed.

Education & Reference

By: Alec Shepard
Autism is touching families in significant numbers. The diagnosis of autism has increased dramatically in recent years. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicate that approximately 1 in 88 American-born children fall within the autism spectrum. More specifically, 1 in 54 boys, and 1 in 252 girls are diagnosed with autism. Autism refers to a number of complex disorders associated with brain development.

This book captures factual information that educates those who know litt


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 ”╦ťthought 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.

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