How to find free Kindle books

There are scores of websites on the Internet offering free Kindle books. Many of them are scams. If they ask for any of the following, move on: Up front payment Ask for your participation in promotional games Ask for your credit card information A genuine site actually letting you download…

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4 YA Kindle Books Free on Amazon

Books are expensive, especially when they are bound by paper. Kindle books are a lot cheaper, but buy enough, and in time, that too will wear a hole in your pocket. So what can an enthusiastic reader do? Below you’ll find four YA books posted on Amazon for FREE. The…

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Why Buy a Kindle?

It’s that time of year again to think about a gift for a grad and of course dad. The best gift I can think of for anyone who loves to read is a Kindle. And the best place to buy one is at Amazon, Best Buy, or most retailers like…

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Supergirl: New Fall Blockbuster on CBS

  It’s not a bird. It’s not a plane. It’s not a man. It’s Supergirl! Supergirl, one of the highest profile new series coming this fall 2015, is slotted to begin in mid-season on Mondays at 8:00 PM. Created by DC Comics as a female counterpart to Superman, Supergirl first…

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6 Cheap Places to Buy Books

Looking for an inexpensive book? Here are a few suggestions where you can purchase or even find a book for free. 1. Thrift Shops. Places like Goodwill, the American Cancer Society Discover Shops, and the Salvation Army are just a few examples of thrift shops that sell books for under…

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Freedom is for the Birds

Freedom Is For The Birds is a book of animal fiction.  It is a riveting, heartwarming story about a family of red-tailed hawks.  Come enter the world of animals where you can forget about the stress of your job or school, the daily commutes in rush hour traffic, money and banking, insurance,…

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Hachette vs Amazon Book Dispute

Last year, Amazon waged an unusual public battle with America’s top 5 publishers, Hachette—a conglomeration of imprints like Little, Brown, Hyperion, and Orbit. Their published authors may sound more familiar—James Patterson, Michael Connelly, Mitch Albom, David Baldacci, and J.K. Rowling. Their argument was over Amazon’s e-book pricing and Amazon’s role…

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