Friday, June 22, 2012
Free Kindle, Anyone?
So! I just wanted to make sure you all know you can download a free kindle for your PC at amazon.com.
Judy F. told me about that weeks ago, but yesterday I finally got around to actually doing it (it's technically called a kindle cloud reader). And then, being a Great Penny-Pincher, I spent the afternoon downloading all the good free books I could find there.
Don't you just love free stuff?
Well anyway, I thought I'd keep today's post simple and just list for you the free books which now reside in my free amazon kindle. And oh! I'd love to read your own recommendations of free kindle books online in my comment box or hey, even the .99 cent books would be ok, too. heh.
So You Think Your Mind is Renewed? by Cornel Marais
Get Organized! Your 12 Month Home Clutter Killer by Colete Leigh
Never Buried (Leigh Koslow Mystery Series) by Edie Claire
Eating 4 Eternity: Unlock Your Holistic Lifestyle by Jenny Berkeley
Invisible (Ivy Malone Mystery Series #1) by Lorena McCourtney
How to Speak and Write Correctly by Joseph Devlin
Farm Gardening by Anonymous
Chicken Cookbook by Gooseberry Patch
Always Know What to Say by Peter W. Murphy
16 Expert Lessons For Successfully Managing Your Personal Finances by FT Press Delivers
Betty Gordon at Mountain Camp by Alice B. Emerson
Snacks Under 100 Calories by Corina Tudose
The Christmas Adventure at Carver House by Hildegard G. Frey
Penny Nichols and the Nob Hill Mystery by Joan Clark
Stuck in the Middle (Sister-to-Sister, Book 1) Virginia Smith
Hide In Plain Sight by Marta Perry
Helpful Herbs for Health and Beauty by Barbara Griggs
Ruth Fielding: Solving The Campus Mystery by Alice B. Emerson
Vintage Cake Recipes by Amy Renee
Penny Nichols and the Mystery of the Lost Key by Joan Clark
Earthly Delights (Corinna Chapman#1) by Kerry Greenwood
Building Your Book For Kindle
Now, will I actually read these books? I wonder, being the great bibliophile I am, you know, with the whole loving-to-touch-and-smell-real-books thing. We shall see...
Oh, and please don't ask me specific questions about how to find and/or download the kindle at amazon or how to load books, etc. I am still reeling with shock that I figured it out (must have been divine guidance!), for I now have no conscious memory as to how I did all that. Alas!)