Own a Kindle? Here are a few eBooks you can currently download for free.
Christmas with Family & Friends By The Gooseberry Patch
Just imagine the aroma of homemade gingerbread cake, the savory taste of bacon-wrapped chestnuts and the festive fruitiness of Santa Claus cranberry punch. For Christmas dinner, try rosemary-garlic turkey alongside cranberry-pecan stuffing. There’s a whole chapter of favorite cookie recipes and you’ll treasure the chapter of memories too!The Girl in the Italian Bakery By Kenneth Tingle
Life didn’t do Kenny Tingle any favors. In The Girl in the Italian Bakery, follow his journey from childhood in a tough housing project north of Boston, the abduction and disappearance of a childhood friend, to the complete destruction of a family. His introduction to crime and the years he spent in foster homes. The poor choices he made in high school and the startling climax on prom night. Although he never has trouble meeting girls, the one girl he longs for always seems out of reach. The Girl in the Italian Bakery is the remarkably true story of always keeping hope, even when there is little left to hope for.
The Mediocre Housewife By Stephanie Affourtit
After years of struggling as an inadequate homemaker in the suburbs, Claire Patterson, finally feels like she has reinvented herself. Her debut novel, The Mediocre Housewife, is about to be made into a movie, but before Claire heads off to Seattle to meet the director, her husband Paul admits to having an affair. Why was it that after twenty years of marriage, Paul’s motive feels like more of a betrayal than his infidelity?
Mirror Talk By Barbara Alfaro
A Catholic girlhood, New York theatre, marriage, and the healing power of humor are interwoven in Mirror Talk’s lyrical and often witty reflections.
I am Good at Lots of Things By J.L. Arnold
This is a story about Alex, a girl who feels like she never has any luck. She learns that even if she doesn’t win, trying and not giving up is really what makes someone a winner. Great for self-esteem, this novel is written by a child who has had challenges and wanted to share her experiences!
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