Seven Brand New Kindle Freebies! Hundreds of Rave Reviews & All Free: Susan Cartwright’s Wolf Dawn, Kerry Barger’s An American Holocaust, Daleen Berry’s Sister of Silence, Ricki Daniels’ The Solitary Wave, Ellen Gable’s In Name Only, Suzanne Anderson’s God Loves You. – Chester Blue, Janice Kirk & Gina Buonaguro’s Falling for Rain

With hundreds of new books turning up free each day now in the Kindle Store, it can be tough to hone in on books that you will actually want to read. And almost of the new free books will be free for just a day or two at a time, so we are working hard to make sure that you do not miss the ones you want!

Here are a few books that have just gone free by authors who have already proven to be  favorites with Kindle Nation readers. Please grab them now if they looks interesting to you, because they probably won’t stay free for long!

Important Note: This post is dated Tuesday, July 24, 2012, and the titles mentioned here may remain free only until midnight PST tonight.

Please note: References to prices on this website refer to prices on the main Amazon.com website for US customers. Prices will vary for readers located outside the US, and even for US customers, prices may change at any time. Always check the price on Amazon before making a purchase.

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4.7 stars – 25 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:

Ashton Chayton was born with a powerful gift, a unique inhuman ability. Orphaned, raised by the Red Wolves of Opan, captured and enslaved – he is now free and on the run. Unfortunately everybody wants Ashton. Admiral Jones will torture him to get the secret of his power. Lady Lindha feels he is “The One” as named in Temple prophecy. The influential Lord Andros just wants him dead.

Ashton only wants two things: revenge, and the Lady Lindha. If you had unique powers, wouldn’t you use them to get what you want?

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4.5 stars – 21 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:

75 years ago on March 18, 1937 around 3:17 pm, one of the most modern public school buildings in America exploded in a rural Texas community decimating the student population and destroying innocent lives. Considered the worst public school disaster in American history, controversial theories surrounding this tragedy are still debated to this day. The event sparked changes that soon reverberated around the world and continue to affect each of us in our homes, schools, businesses and places of worship.

“An American Holocaust” is a story that begins with the giving of a child’s Christmas gift in 1936. The explosion took place at the London School in New London, Texas in 1937. The story relays more than simple facts. It is a personal account of unprepared loss and shattered dreams, followed by unfathomable grief. It describes the feelings of those who died in their innocence and of those who witnessed horror and lived through the aftermath. An unresolved silence persisted for forty years among the entire community of scarred survivors. For those who spoke out, their stories have been told and re-told for three quarters of a century, but most people have never heard them.

Although the innocent still suffer from the ignorance and indifference of a few, especially those we should be able to trust with the lives and safety of our children, this is also a story of hope. Countless lives have been saved by bold actions that were taken in the wake of this unanticipated sacrifice of so many children who were literally consumed by fire. It was truly an American holocaust.

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Sister of Silence

by Daleen Berry

4.5 stars – 75 Reviews
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An amazing true-crime story that unfolds faster than you can keep up, and leaves you longing for more, when you turn the final page. Raped at thirteen, she was forced into a shotgun wedding after her high school was featured on national television for having the highest number of pregnant teens in the U.S. But then Daleen Berry found herself married to a coal miner who kept her barefoot and pregnant. By age twenty-one she had four children. Sister of Silence is the amazing story of her personal journey: how she went from being a teen mom to an award-winning journalist determined to break the silence that shatters women and children’s lives.

Kenneth V. Lanning, a retired FBI special supervisory agent who spent more than twenty years teaching about family violence at Quantico, Va., wrote the foreword for Sister of Silence. He says it’s “ultimately a story of survival and hope.” Dr. Jacquelyn Campbell, a Johns Hopkins University nursing professor and one of the country’s leading family violence researchers, calls Sister of Silence “wonderful!”

Campbell was the first professor to place the book on her syllabus. SOS is being taught at the University of Louisville; Dr. Jean Shimosaki, LCSW, MSW, a Bay Area therapist, is using it with her patients, as it provides “a step-by-step guide for healing.”

In 2006, an excerpt of SOS took first-place in the Appalachian Theme category at the West Virginia Writers’ Competition, and was banned at Livermore High School in California and removed from library shelves as “Banned Book Week 2011” began. It has been featured at “Hope For the Future: Ending Domestic Violence In Families,” hosted by the AIA (UC Berkeley), on The Bob Edwards Show (Sirius XM Radio), and on In A Word, a literary show produced by TV30.

The author is a California native who grew up in Preston and Berkeley counties in West Virginia, and went to work at The Preston County Journal. Among her many awards was one in 1990, when she won a first-place award for investigative journalism. In 1997, she worked for The Dominion Post, covering welfare reform. Among her awards are two second-place honors for her 2007 weekly columns in the Cumberland Times-News, one of which was born from SOS. Berry’s articles about Lashanda Armstrong, the mother who drove her van into the Hudson River in 2011, killing herself and three of her four children, appeared online at The Daily Beast.

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The Solitary Wave

by Ricki Daniels

5.0 stars – 1 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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19 year-old Leigh is a teenage girl like any other–except for the fact that she downloads and uploads her mind as part of an inter-galactic, covert operation tasked with finding and destroying the Invaders responsible for 7 destroyed planets in almost as many years.

After her last mission, Leigh hears of Jenny Skies, a red-head from the Department of Finance. Why is she trying to shut them down? Her appearance prompts the immediate firing of their next mission to a place called “Earth” which, according to evidence, is likely to be next on the Invaders’ agenda.

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In Name Only

by Ellen Gable

4.2 stars – 54 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
Caroline Martin’s life has finally taken a turn for the better. After years of hard work, she has met a virtuous and wealthy man whose love seems to promise the kind of life realized only within the comforting novels she keeps on her night table. Tragedy, however, will teach Caroline of the complexity with which God Himself authors the lives of those who turn towards Him. Gold Medal Winner in Religious Fiction, 2010 IPPY Awards.

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God Loves You. – Chester Blue

by Suzanne Anderson

5.0 stars – 4 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
What if when you most needed help,
a blue bear appeared with a note from God?One night, Miss Millie of Blossom, Ohio turns her face to the stars and asks God for help. The next day, a package arrives on her doorstep containing a blue teddy bear and a very special note.Over the course of a year, this remarkable blue bear travels across the country, showing up just when he’s needed most.During his journey, Chester Blue helps a young girl trying to impress her big sisters; saves a sailor caught in a terrible storm; reunites two constantly fighting brothers; helps a cowboy become a rodeo clown; and aids a father and daughter in bonding after divorce.If you ever needed a message from God, it’s here…

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Falling for Rain

by Janice Kirk, Gina Buonaguro

4.6 stars – 21 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
A contemporary romance set in rural Ontario, Falling for Rain is a story about homecomings and forgiveness. When Emily was eighteen, her mother died in a farm accident. Devastated, Emily vowed never to suffer the loss of love again. She fled to Toronto and transformed herself from a farm girl into a sophisticated businesswoman. Now, ten years later, Emily is back to sell the family farm and put her past behind her forever. However, she didn’t count on finding Ray Storm, the farmhand she had nicknamed Rain as a child, more attractive than ever. But as Emily struggles to come to terms with the tragedy of her mother’s untimely death and learns to trust again, Rain harbours a secret that he fears will keep them apart forever.
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One Response to Seven Brand New Kindle Freebies! Hundreds of Rave Reviews & All Free: Susan Cartwright’s Wolf Dawn, Kerry Barger’s An American Holocaust, Daleen Berry’s Sister of Silence, Ricki Daniels’ The Solitary Wave, Ellen Gable’s In Name Only, Suzanne Anderson’s God Loves You. – Chester Blue, Janice Kirk & Gina Buonaguro’s Falling for Rain

  1. Glenda Sartorius on July 24, 2012 at 11:29 pm

    Great site, looking forward to more offers.

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