FREE Kindle Books to Read this Weekend - Get Them While You Can!
Updated: May 8
Every Friday I'll pick out some eBooks that are currently free on the Kindle Store, or elsewhere on the web, and include them on this blog for you to grab and enjoy over the weekend (or at your leisure). These books are free so if you think they sound interesting, you have nothing to lose by giving them a chance. I try to choose high-quality titles and I intend to grab many of these to read myself.
The first book on the list is titled Only the Dead Don't Die: An Apocalyptic Saga #1 by A.D Popovich. It is the first book of a post-apocalyptic series and based on a pandemic breakout (currently relevant). It includes some 'zombie-like' elements and possibly a mystery or two to unravel! As I mentioned, this book is apart of a series (four books total), so if you enjoy it you can continue the story by purchasing the others. ONLY THE DEAD DON'T DIE: An Apocalyptic Saga - Book 1 - Kindle edition by POPOVICH, A.D.. Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
Next up is an old-western themed book, He Who Comes by Stuart G. Yates. This one caught my attention due to its unique style. Everything from the formatting, to the character's dialogue, and even the cover design gives the impression of a great 'wild west' experience - especially for the low price of free! The central focus of the story is revenge. He Who Comes (Reuben Cole Westerns Book 1) - Kindle edition by Yates, Stuart G.. Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
If you are a current subscriber to Amazon Prime, you can read The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey for free right now! It is highly rated on Amazon and is a Wall Street Journal Bestseller! Amazon.com: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change eBook: Covey, Stephen R.: Kindle Store
Comment below if you have read any of these books, or if you plan to give them a chance. Also be sure to join the mailing list below, and come back next Friday for some more FREE weekend reading!