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The Best of the Sunday Free Kindle eBooks: 25+ New Books

December 30, 2012
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WreckedWe have 25+ new free Kindle ebooks for Sunday. A great chance to grab a book or two for last day of the weekend. All of our books listed today are free ($0.00) on The Top 100 Best Free Kindle Books. As a service to our authors, if you read a free book please give the author a review on Amazon. Thanks. Remember that many of the free kindle books are priced at $0.00 for a very limited time (24-48 hours). Interested in new releases? Visit the New Release Alert List.

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Photo Phanatics

December 29, 2012
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EMBRACEDOur guest post today is from Darlene Jones author of several books including Embraced.

Photo Phanatics

In Nairobi I join five other tourists, all of us keyed up and anxious to begin our first safari.  I climb into the land cruiser  and compete for space with backpacks and telephoto lenses so big they obscenely dwarf the cameras attached to them. Not an auspicious start, I think.

I have my camera with me, of course. I even take a picture or two. I photograph the big five, the little five, and a number of fives in between. I take a picture of our guide, a few of the landscape and a couple of our luxury tent camp.

My fellow safarians are not so casual about their picture taking. Three minutes into the first game drive the conversation goes something like this:

“How many gigs have you got?”

“Four. You?”

“Me too. I brought four cards with me. I hope that’ll be enough. I might have to buy more.”

Now where in the Serengeti, I wonder, will we find a store selling gigs. I cradle my little Canon on my lap, protective of the runt of the litter.

The conversation switches to zoom power. I know I’ve got a one-gig card and that I can zoom. But zoom power? I glance down at baby Canon and see 4X. That must be it. My relief is shattered when I hear numbers like 14, 20, 300. 300?

“Zebras on the left,” someone shouts. Click, click, click go the cameras. The zebras begin to move away. Click, click, click. Just how many pictures of zebra bums does one need? Read more »

25+ Saturday Morning Freebies – Grab a Kindle Book for the Weekend

December 29, 2012
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Children of the FogWe have 25+ new titles and many that are new to our The Top 100 Best Free Kindle Books. Do you need a great weekend Free Kindle Digital eBook to read that won’t break the bank for the weekend? All of our books listed today are free ($0.00)! As a service to our authors, if you read a free book please give the author a review on Amazon. Thanks. Remember that many of the free kindle books are priced at $0.00 for a very limited time (24-48 hours). Interested in new releases? Visit the New Release Alert List.

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Bikers writing books? Good books? Really? Yes, it’s true!

December 28, 2012
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The Libertines Motorcycle Club: Deception and BetrayalOur guest post is by Max. L. Billington author of The Libertines Motorcycle Club series.

Bikers writing books? Good books? Really? Yes, it’s true!

Let’s try a little word association. What comes to mind when I say “BIKER?” Well, most would probably answer with a stereotypical description of a large, uneducated, bearded man riding a Harley-Davidson and raising all kinds of hell while not being able to sign his name on his paperwork with his parole officer.

Believe it or not, there are “bikers” out there who are authors, and fiction authors at that. Some names you probably would recognize from television or the media such as Sonny Barger who has just finished up filming a movie based off of his latest book or Edward Winterhalder, who just released his 4th book in his “Biker’s Stories” series. Both of these guys have written several books, some fiction and some non-fiction, and are all great reads.

Sure, there are plenty of tell-all books written by folks who have supposedly “infiltrated outlaw biker gangs” but I wouldn’t go so far as to call them biker authors, and it’s always the same old rehashed story, over and over and over.

Then you have the lesser known biker authors, and I don’t mean that in a condescending way, but these guys aren’t exactly household names. Guys such as Iain Parke who has authored a series of three books entitled “The Brethern Trilogy” which have received great reviews on Amazon.com.

So, the next time you see a biker riding down the road, don’t always assume he’s a criminal, he could actually be an author!

Max L. Billington is the author of “The Libertines Motorcycle Club” series currently available at Amazon.com.

A New Year’s Eve Party Idea – Spoon Bending

December 28, 2012
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Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical WorldOur guest blogger is Cynthia Sue Larson author of several books including Reality Shifts.

How to Host a Spoon-Bending Party

In the fall of 1999, I went to see Uri Geller give a talk at a Learning Annex class in San Francisco. I was delighted when Uri demonstrated how he bends spoons with one of the spoons I had hopefully brought along with me! My spoon was a solid one, stamped with the words “ONEIDACRAFT STAINLESS” on the back side of the handle. There was nothing unusual or weak about this spoon, and although I didn’t attempt to bend it forcibly, it seemed quite sturdy to me.

Uri held my spoon up in front of him as he stood facing the audience of some hundred people in the room, holding my spoon in one hand by the cup part as he gently stroked the UPPER side of the handle with his free hand. He asked all of us in the audience to shout “BEND!” at the spoon, and to visualize the spoon bending. We did this, and within seconds, we could see the spoon’s handle beginning to move UPWARDS towards Uri’s still gently moving hand!

Uri also sprouted some seeds in the palm of his hand, which grew at an astonishing rate with little green tendrils popping out of the seeds within moments of the audience shouting, “GROW!”

These sights were so inspirational that I decided to organize a small spoon bending party at my home, to see if we could bend a few spoons.

(1) Invite Friends

The first step in hosting a spoon bending party is to decide who you’ll invite. Make sure you invite people you truly love to have around, and people who will at least be open-minded about the idea of bending spoons! I invited several close friends and their children. Read more »

How Do I Find Free Kindle Books? We Have 30+ Of The Best Free Kindle Books (Friday 12/28)

December 28, 2012
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H.E.R.O. - MetamorphosisOut with the old and in with the new. We have 30+ new titles with many greatly exceeding our minimum requirements that are new to our The Top 100 Best Free Kindle Books. Grab a book or two for the weekend. All of our books listed today are free ($0.00)! As a service to our authors, if you read a free book please give the author a review on Amazon.Thanks. Remember that many of the free kindle books are priced at $0.00 for a very limited time (24-48 hours). Don’t forget to see the Latest New Releases List.

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Book Buzz: The Good Daughter: A Mafia Story by Diana Layne

December 28, 2012
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THE GOOD DAUGHTER: A Mafia Story (Vista Security prequel)Calling this book “old-school Jackie Collins with a Gotti twist and enough heat to melt Alaska” still doesn’t begin to describe how explosive it is. This is a turn-off-all-electronic-devices, one-sit read, with impressive characters, a transfixing plot and enough breathtaking action to knock your socks off! ~ Diane Morasco, RT Book Reviews

Hello Digital Book Today readers. The Book Buzz segment today features The Good Daughter by Diana Layne. The Good Daughter is “the perfect blend of romance and suspense” which does not end until the last page of the book. For readers who enjoy a Mafia based novel filled with suspense but with a twist to the old Mafia story line, then The Good Daughter is an excellent book to read. Readers have enjoyed the pacing of the story, the gripping plot, and the “smart, savvy and fearless” characters. They have given it a rating of 4.7 stars on 23 reviews. The Good Daughter is a  2012 RT Book Reviews Indie Press/Self-Published Contemporary Romance Nominee!

“Diana Layne has penned a stunning action packed, thrilling, classic suspense with just enough romance to satisfy this romantic suspense lover.” ~ Cindy, Amazon Review

Diana Layne delivers all the elements of a classic romantic suspense–fast pace, a layered and twisty plot, memorable characters and the perfect balance of sensuality. ~ Linda Castillo, New York Times bestselling author of Breaking Silence

Book Description: Most good daughters would say they owe their fathers everything. Marisa Peruzzo, Mafia princess, would. She owed him for killing her fiancé. She owed him for destroying her mother. She owed him for chaining her to the ‘family business’. And she owed him for taking away her lifelong friend. Payback’s a bitch.

FBI meets Mafia Princess: Dave sat up straighter when she entered the bar. Sandro had promised the contact would have useful information and be immediately recognizable, but he never specified male or female. Was this his informant? Carlo Peruzzo’s daughter. The Mafia princess herself. Her gaze scanned the room until she saw him. Though her lips were pressed in a straight line, a sparkle flashed in her eyes as if she knew just how she had shocked him.Dave realized his heart rate had kicked up a few notches when their eyes had locked. His jaw would have dropped if he hadn’t been the kind of guy trained not to show his emotions… Read more on Amazon. Read more »

45+ of the Best New Free Kindle eBooks for Thursday 12/27/2012

December 27, 2012
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Tahoe Trap (An Owen McKenna Mystery Thriller)We have a great list today of the Best New Free Kindle Books. We sort all the free books and give you the best of the best to put on your Kindle, iPad, and Kindle Fire on our The Top 100 Best Free Kindle Books. As a service to our authors, if you read a free book please give the author a review on Amazon.Thanks. Remember that many of the free kindle books are priced at $0.00 for a very limited time (24-48 hours). Interested in new releases? Visit the New Release Alert List.

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Book Buzz: The Folks at Fifty-Eight – A Cold War Spy Novel

December 27, 2012
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The Folks at Fifty-EightI am a fan of this genre and a WWII history buff, so I loved this book. The author did his home work not only to render the real events accurately but deepen and enrich it with his own invisible twists and speculations. You really can’t tell where the real history ends and the fiction begins. Its some of the best research I have seen from this era. ~ Amuzed2Pieces, Amazon Review

Hello Digital Book Today readers. The Book Buzz segment today features The Folks at Fifty-Eight an entertaining spy novel by Michael Patrick Clark. This “delicious spy novel, bold and graphic” takes place at the start of the cold war after WWII and is rated 4.3 on 24 reviews. The author has done a splendid job in weaving his plot into a well researched historical time period. The story of The Folks at Fifty-Eight is told in the popular alternate chapter character format. I think this concept works great especially in a good vs evil thriller. If you enjoy the spy, historical fiction, WWII history, or the cold war genres, then you will surely enjoy The Folks at Fifty-Eight.

“A touch of LeCarre, a dash of Ludlum.” ~ Linda A. Root, Amazon Review

“A very well written thriller with lots of racy sex!! Thoroughly enjoyed it, now my husband is going to read it as well. ~ Lucinda, Amazan Review

Book Description: Gerald Hammond is the exception to the rule; an honourable spy, whose lofty principles have brought him nothing but loneliness and isolation. Catherine Schmidt is the stunning young daughter of an assassinated spymaster, whose murderous quest for vengeance has left her at the mercy of the infamous Head of Soviet State Security. On a covert operation, in Soviet-occupied Germany, Hammond has no knowledge of the unseen forces that sponsor and oppose his mission. He only knows that he must somehow save her to save himself, but, as ever-more disturbing revelations come to light, begins to wonder which poses the greater threat; the enemy he runs from, or the friend he runs to?

Set against a factual background of government conspiracy, and one of the most audacious espionage coups in history, the The Folks at Fifty-Eight is a beautifully-paced tale of seduction, betrayal, blackmail, and murder that blurs the boundaries between fact and fiction. Read more on Amazon.

About the Author:

Michael Patrick Clark was born on The Fourth of July 1950. He spent the first few years of his life in an orphanage, before adoption brought a new home and a change of name. Read more »

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