Enjoy These Freebies! Eight Brand New Free Kindle Titles: Paul Rega’s How To Find A Job: When There Are No Jobs, 2012 Edition, Randy Mixter’s Sarah Of The Moon, Elias Barton’s Above the Universe Below, M. D. Grayson’s Angel Dance, Laith Doory’s THE WATCHERS: a story of obsession, Christine Kling’s Circle of Bones: a Caribbean Thriller, Matthew Mather’s Childplay and Nadia Brown’s BECOMING: The Life & Musings of a Girl Poet

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 Sunday, August 19, 2012, and the titles mentioned here may remain free only until midnight PST tonight.

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4.6 stars – 47 Reviews
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★★★★★ Download this bestselling book by Paul Rega, nationally recognized Executive Recruiter with over 28 years of headhunting experience, and find out why it hit the #1 position in Job Hunting books in the country, surpassing “What Color is Your Parachute.” The book continues to be one of the most downloaded books on Amazon with over 13,700 downloads in just 3-days! The book rocketed to #1 Job Hunting, Careers & Resumes, #2 Nonfiction, #2 Business & Investing, and was ranked in the Top 20 at #14 on Amazon Kindle during a recent promotion. “A Must Read in Today’s Job Market!”

“This is much more than a job search book, it will motivate you and reveal the secrets to understanding life and how to mold your career in a way that you could have never imagined.” Download your copy today!

Paul Rega is president of a retained executive search firm he founded in 1985 and a professional recruiter with over twenty-eight years of job hunting and career planning experience. His provocative new book strikes a nerve with millions of displaced workers and goes well beyond the principles of job hunting. Paul introduces a revolutionary new concept in career management and personal development called “Intuitive Personal Assessment.” He takes his readers on a powerful journey as he tells a gripping story about his own career and the challenges faced as an executive recruiter, often fraught with personal tragedy. This is a must read for anyone who is looking for a new job or wants to change careers in the worst economy since the Great Depression.

The author shares his vast knowledge of career planning and the inner workings of the job search process, citing hundreds of proven and effective job search techniques. He explains how to market your background to a targeted audience, interviewing skills and techniques, network building strategies, how to utilize personal and business contacts, effective use of social media, including LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, insider tips on working with headhunters, salary and benefits negotiation, how to write a resume, cover and follow-up letters, how to start and succeed in your own business and much more.

In a message to his readers, Paul believes that despite the many challenges faced by those suffering as a result of the weak job market, change in one’s life can be positive. He explains that, “Change throughout your life is inevitable, and as your life changes so often does your career.” His book is an effective guide that will provide you with the necessary tools, skills and inside knowledge from a professional recruiter to help you navigate through difficult economic times and find a new job or change careers.

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Sarah Of The Moon

by Randy Mixter

4.6 stars – 33 Reviews
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The Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco in 1967. Alex Conley, a part-time writer for a Baltimore newspaper, is dispatched to chronicle the events occurring there. It is June of 1967, and the summer of love is in full swing.
Alone, in this strange and magical place, he meets a girl named Sarah, a free spirit who is as mysterious as she is beautiful.
What are the secrets of her past? Why does she dance each night under the light of the moon? These are just a few of the puzzles Alex needs to solve in the short time he has in that city.
Then there’s another complication. He is beginning to fall deeply in love with her.

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Above the Universe Below

by Elias Barton

4.5 stars – 10 Reviews
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An agoraphobic artist in our world but a grim reaper in another, Carder Quevedo hides at home, immersing himself in the paintings which commemorate the strange deaths he’s witnessed. He ventures into public only when necessary, scrambling to his hospital job to extract corneas from deceased donors or darting to the diner to share a meal with Darren, his only friend. That’s Carder’s existence – and he’s content.

Until…

Haika changes that. As the bored, beautiful owner of an art gallery – who also happens to be married – she stumbles into Carder in a chance encounter and soon becomes obsessed with his art. As they forge a quirky, electric relationship, Carder is reluctantly pulled into Haika’s social world of wealth, status and the peculiar characters that come with it. Carder is pushed further to the edge when his teenage niece visits, rebelling against her ultra-conservative upbringing. All the while, Carder’s hidden history threatens to ruin his developing chance at normalcy, and on the opening night of his art gallery show, his past finally catches up to his present. Will its tentacles entwine them together, or wreak havoc upon them all?

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Angel Dance

by M. D. Grayson

4.5 stars – 17 Reviews
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Beautiful Seattle business heiress Gina Fiore has vanished without a trace. Desperate for help, her family turns to Danny Logan, Gina’s former boyfriend, to find her and bring her home safely. Logan is a fifth-generation Seattle native who owns the Logan Private Investigation agency. Along with his associates Antoinette “Toni”Blair, Kenny Hale, and Joaquin Kiahtel, he accepts the case and begins the hunt for Gina.

Logan and his team dig for clues and soon find that they’re not the only ones looking for Gina. The Tijuana-Mendez drug cartel is keenly interested in her whereabouts, as is the Calabria crime family from Chicago. The race is on to locate Gina–the stakes could not be higher. In order to prevail, Logan’s going to need all the skill and luck he can gather, and he’s going to need to confront the unresolved feelings he still has for Gina– feelings that might just get him killed!

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5.0 stars – 6 Reviews
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The biblical indictment to Eve that states: ‘Your desire shall be for your husband . . .’ rings all too true for Goldie Benelak, a woman that stalks her estranged husband, only to become embroiled within the machinations of the CIA in its use of her as an unwitting assassin in the killing of her love rival.

‘The Watchers’ is a tale of social mores and changing identities that should initiate the reader into the inner teachings of the cabala. It is also a book that delves in part into the realm of non-fiction with regards to US covert operations: the program in mind control, the war on terror and the special virus program.

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Circle of Bones: a Caribbean Thriller

by Christine Kling

4.4 stars – 79 Reviews
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Do you love to read big adventure thrillers packed with tales of gold snatched away from Nazis, chase scenes in steaming jungles, even steamier sex scenes, treacherous waterfalls, coded messages buried in dusty journals, and a secret society conspiring to take over the world?

Christine Kling’s new Caribbean thriller, CIRCLE OF BONES, is just such a real page-turner based on an actual true mystery of World War II. The French submarine Surcouf, once the largest submarine in the world, departed Bermuda in 1942 and vanished without a trace. In this pulse-pounding thriller, Kling imagines what might have happened in this unsolved mystery.

Solo sailor Maggie Riley is cruising aboard her forty-foot sailboat when she rescues a sexy – but crazy conspiracy-spouting treasure hunter/archeologist who is swimming totally nude off the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. She soon learns he is searching for the wreck of a mysterious submarine. Cole Thatcher claims the sub holds millions in gold coins as well as secret documents from a powerful inner circle of Skull and Bones whose goal is to keep America at war for their own profits. Cole hopes for Riley’s help in decoding his father’s journals that are the key to the location of the wreck.

At last, Riley joins the search for Surcouf when she discovers the demons in her own past intersect the inner Circle of Bones, and this conspiracy nut might not be so crazy after all.

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Childplay (Atopia Chronicles)

by Matthew Mather

4.6 stars – 15 Reviews
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The Weather Wars have left Commander Rick Strong beaten but not broken, and an invitation to head the defense forces on the new Atopian colony is an opportunity to start over again and renew his relationship with his estranged wife. As the world comes back into focus for the Commander, it seems the perfect time to start a family of his own, but on Atopia, starting a family isn’t what it used to be, and time suddenly seems to be running out as dangerous forces threaten to consume Atopia itself.

All of the Atopia stories are ‘sidequels’ that begin at the same moment, running side by side in time, so that you can start by reading any of them and then read the others in any order you choose to slowly reveal the mystery and terrifying danger that connects them all. Atopia is a near future world without borders that balances on the brink of post-humanism and eco-Armageddon.

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BECOMING: The Life & Musings of a Girl Poet

by Nadia Brown

4.8 stars – 5 Reviews
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Becoming is a rousing composition of poems about utilizing your God-given talents and gifts in such a way that leads to a life of fulfillment.

After searching, comes knowing — Becoming: The Life & Musings of a Girl Poet is a small collection of inspirational poems and articles and is the follow-up to the award-winning book Unscrambled Eggs.

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