Archive | April, 2011

Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Sunday, April 17: Pre-Order Daisy Goodwin's Short Story "THE DUCHESS' TATTOO" Free from MacMillan, plus ... Move over, Inspector Clouseau! Mobashar Qureshi's Hilarious <i><b>RACE</b></i> (Today's Sponsor)

Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Sunday, April 17: Pre-Order Daisy Goodwin’s Short Story “THE DUCHESS’ TATTOO” Free from MacMillan, plus … Move over, Inspector Clouseau! Mobashar Qureshi’s Hilarious RACE (Today’s Sponsor)

Daisy Goodwin has brought us a long way from Henry James with her novel THE DUCHESS TATTOO, and agency model publisher MacMillan has a long way way to go to figure out how to price ebooks, but you can pre-order THE DUCHESS TATTOO in short story form, free, without going very far at all with […]

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A Fool Again: A Novella

Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Saturday, April 16: Eloisa James’s Novella A FOOL AGAIN tops over 250 Free Contemporary Titles! plus … Kathryn Shay’s THE BETRAYAL (Today’s Sponsor)

Good morning! On your way to check out Eloisa James’ novella and all the rest of this morning’s latest additions to our 250+ Free Book Alert listings. That’s great, and we don’t want to delay you, but it isn’t every day that we can divert you with a brand new romantic suspense novel by 5-star […]

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Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Friday, April 15: <i><b>KISS ME, STRANGER</b></i> and <i><b>WALKING ON BROKEN GLASS</b></i> Now Free on Kindle! plus ... Think "Shakespeare meets <i><b>Being John Malkovich</b></i> meets <i><b>Back to the Future</b></i>" and you're all set for Andrew Delaplaine's <i><b>THE TRAP DOOR</b></i> (Today's Sponsor)

Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Friday, April 15: KISS ME, STRANGER and WALKING ON BROKEN GLASS Now Free on Kindle! plus … Think “Shakespeare meets Being John Malkovich meets Back to the Future” and you’re all set for Andrew Delaplaine’s THE TRAP DOOR (Today’s Sponsor)

Several highly rated reads that should be a permanent part of your Kindle library top this morning’s latest additions to our 250+ Free Book Alert listings…. But first, a word from … Today’s Sponsor History documents the fact that a Shakespeare play titled Cardenio was performed at London’s Globe Theater in 1613. References to the […]

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If you like a great fantasy read with a strong heroine, you’ll love Andrea K Höst’s Champion of The Rose – Just $2.99 on Kindle, and Here’s a Free Sample!

Proclaimed Rathen Champion by the Rathen Rose, Soren Armitage is determined to live up to the title. But can she trust the person she is meant to protect? Here’s the se t-up for Andrea K Höst’s Champion Of The Rose, just $2.99 on Kindle: Soren Armitage is an anachronism. Proclaimed Rathen Champion by the Rathen […]

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<b>Free Kindle Nation Shorts -- April 13, 2011 - An Excerpt from <i>The Trap Door: The Lost Script of Cardenio</i> by Andrew Delaplaine</b>

Free Kindle Nation Shorts — April 13, 2011 – An Excerpt from The Trap Door: The Lost Script of Cardenio by Andrew Delaplaine

History documents the fact that a Shakespeare play titled Cardenio was performed at London’s Globe Theater in 1613. References to the play turn up in various diaries and documents written in the 1600s. Cardenio, and other plays attributed to Shakespeare, did not survive in written form. Author Andrew Delaplaine wraps the intriguing history of Cardenio […]

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2:46: Aftershocks - Stories from the Japan Earthquake: Here's one of the most important books we have ever shared with you here at Kindle Nation, and all proceeds go to victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami

2:46: Aftershocks – Stories from the Japan Earthquake: Here’s one of the most important books we have ever shared with you here at Kindle Nation, and all proceeds go to victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami

2:46: Aftershocks Stories from the Japan Earthquake by the quakebook community Our Man in Abiko (Editor) 5.0 out of 5 stars – 11 customer reviews Kindle Price:     $9.99 Text-to-Speech: Enabled 100% of all proceeds go to the Japanese Red Cross Society to aid the victims of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami Here’s one […]

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