Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Free and bargain Kindle books! (Tuesday Dec 30)
Fallen Palm (Jesse McDermitt Series Book 1), by Wayne Stinnett. (Still free?)
"He writes with authority, and a clean, pure understanding of South Florida that even seasoned writers would envy. Stinnett allows you to taste and feel each situation and this debut of enticing characters and dicey situations makes for great reading." -- Michael Reisig - Clear Creek Press
250 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 156 reviews.
Divine Witness, by Ryan Seek. (Still free?)
"The scenes move quickly and most are quite exciting, making it a hard book to put down. He kind of writes like Richard Laymon with alot of dialogue and just enough description to let you picture each scene. There is no doubt I like this guy's style, but the thing that really stands out about this book are the characters. Within the first 30 pages or so you are already firmly attached to the main characters, two twelve year old boys who both have very unique personalities." -- Amazon reviewer
400 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 28 reviews.
Trespass: A Suspense Thriller (The Darkeningstone Book 2), by Mikey Campling. (Still 0.99?)
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"Mikey Campling whisks us back and forth across the years, from the present day quarry, through the quarry being worked in the early 20th Century, right back to the time when the monolith was first discovered aeons ago, and how it is being guarded. It is extremely well written and a real page turner. Story construction is good, and dialogue works well in several styles, including conversations in a bygone age, between quarry workers in 1939, father and son in the present day, and a group of teenage tearaways. All realistically described, this story takes us into its very heart as we see the inexorable paths of each time zone connecting." -- Amazon reviewer
319 pages, with a 4.0-star rating from 1 reviews.
The Nature of Change: A 12 Step Journey to Mastering Conscious Change by Ditching Materialism and Embracing your Wildly Natural Self, by Sharon Johnston. (Still free?)
"The Nature of Change is a powerful book that takes the reader on a journey to self-discovery of their wild life potential. Sharon's style of writing is personable and deep - through sharing her story, you understand that she's been through a lot of change, and that living an authentic, natural life is culmination of a lot of hard work and determination to reconnect with the universe and be her true self. I love the way the book is laid out, clearly showing the stages of change, from seed to seedling to sapling, from tree to seed sower - all with practical "wild life principles" at the end of each chapter as well as strategies to make positive changes throughout the journey." -- Amazon reviewer
168 pages, with a 5.0-star rating from 13 reviews.
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