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Sunday, November 11, 2012

Free Books Available Nov 11, 2012

The view as I sit at my computer this morning.  :)



Please see above for how to read these books without a Kindle, and the sidebar at right for a quick explanation of this blog. Have fun getting new books! :) May I suggest that you check daily so you don't miss all those available for only 24 hours?



General self-sufficiency and survival

Weekend Homesteader: May
”Twelve months to self-sufficiency! This fully updated second edition of the popular Weekend Homesteader series includes exciting, short projects that you can use to dip your toes into the vast ocean of homesteading without getting overwhelmed. If you need to fit homesteading into a few hours each weekend and would like to have fun while doing it, these projects will be right up your alley, whether you live on a forty-acre farm, a postage-stamp lawn in suburbia, or a high rise. The May volume includes the following projects: Plant your summer garden; Decipher nutrition; Choose the right mulch for each plant; Make homesteading easy with teamwork.
The second edition has been revised and expanded to match the paperback, with extra photos and feedback from weekend homesteaders just like you, plus permaculture-related avenues for the more advanced homesteader to explore.

How To Ice Fish: Ice Fishing Tips & Stories: Gear, Shelters & Safety - Limited Edition

Effective Martial Arts Training with No Equipment or Partner vol. 1: Functional strength, Balance and Explosive power

Food, Home, and Farming/Gardening

A Beginners Guide To Urban Gardening


Emotional Mastery for Adults with Aspergers - Practical Techniques to work through anger, anxiety and depression

Unfortunate Hero: The Soldiers Path From Trauma and Addiction
”seeks to address the concept of dual diagnosis, which aids soldiers and other survivors in recovering from both trauma and addiction. “

Medicine is a Team Sport: How to Become a Team Player in Your Own Healthcare

Dare to Care - Caring for our elders

The Malpractice Epidemic: A Layman's Guide To Medical Malpractice

Life on the Spectrum. The Preschool Years. Getting the Help and Support You Need help and advice to all parents of preschool children who are on the autistic spectrum.

Adult ADHD / Adult ADD True Confessions (Book 3 - Denise's Story): ...How I Live Successfully With Adult ADHD and How You Can, Too


Alternative Economies, Underground Communities: A First Hand Account of Barter Fairs, Food Co-ops, Community Clinics, Social Protests and Underground Cultures in the Pacific Northwest & CA 1978-2012

The Worried Citizen's Little Survival Guide to the Greatest Financial Crisis of the Century (Understanding and Surviving the Domino Depression)

Before the Snow Flies - Lando Banager's Tales of a Woodland Project Manager
teaches children about “project management” (isn’t that another term for effectiveness and/or responsibility?

Can America be Saved from Stupid People and other essays
Collection of writings by a columnist from Backwoods Home magazine. “There are two reasons why I decided to compile into a book some of the columns I’ve written for Backwoods Home Magazine over the past 23 years. First, they are well written, concise, and to the point about topics that every American needs to understand, especially when it concerns freedom and the growing shadow of oppressive government. Second, the columns offer historical perspective to aid in that understanding. … For those interested in America’s future, this will be a worthwhile read. My goal is to ignite the flame of freedom in you, or to fan it if you already feel as I do.”

True Accounts

1. Can't Give This War Away: Break Beneath A Bridge
This is the first chapter from the book that I listed chapters 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9 of yesterday, CAN'T GIVE THIS WAR AWAY: THREE IRAQI SUMMERS OF CHANGE AND CONFLICT.

This Week in the Civil War - November 2nd - 8th, 1862

SEAL of God

9 Lives: An Oral History
”nine narratives drawn from oral history interviews conducted by Aaron Elson, founder of the World War II Oral History and author of "Tanks for the Memories." Each story is as compelling and dramatic as it is a small but important piece of history.” See link for an excerpt.

The Dad I Never Knew, A War Orphan's Search for Inner Healing

Purely Joy
”Afraid to even venture out the door due to danger as the daughter of missionaries in the Middle East, she embraced the entertaining aspect of dodging spies (if you can't shake 'em, take a yellow taxi)!”

Idaho Snapshots
“Informative and entertaining vignettes of Idaho history. The radio program, Idaho Snapshots, was selected as Idaho's official Centennial series.”


Nature Survival, War, and other Hardship

Stony Lake Frontier
Stony Lake Frontier

“based on the true story of a teenage art student, soldier, prisoner and Gulag escapee, spanning the years 1938 to 1953. These exciting, incredible and extraordinary true adventures, friendships, the arc of a love affair with the enemy and the return to the art that would ultimately save his life “

Off the Grid (A Jamie Keller Mystery)
"Upon arriving at the ranch, the Kellers are met with further disappointment when they discover that the 'ranch' is nothing more than an old trailer, situated off the grid. Jake is in his element, with the challenge of solar panels, batteries and generators, but the girls are far from enchanted. War, religion, world peace, inner peace, dealing with financial stress, and self sufficiency are some of the key topics in this often humorous story."
and the sequel
Over the Edge (A Jamie Keller Mystery)

“Winter 1943. WWII is full blown. USAAF B-17 Flying Fortress pilot, Capt. Andrew Walters who has an unstoppable drive and undeterred command of leadership, flies his crew through horrific missions over Germany and Austria to slow the surge of the Luftwaffe and liberate people from the devastation of Hitler’s Third Reich…“

A Seed Falls On Okinawa - A Soldier's Story

Adventure that takes place “in the chill wastes of the Canadian Wilderness.” See link for plot.

Collapse, Post-Apocalypse, Speculative Futures

Knox's Irregulars
“When followers of the Prophet take control of Abkhenazia, his haven turns to hell. A vast army of zealots invades New Geneva, routing its tiny defense force and sending the remnants fleeing for their lives. Randal is forced to take charge of a small band of survivors, sheltering them in the mountain city of Providence. With Providence under the iron rule of Colonel Gregor Tsepashin, Randal faces a choice. Will he hide safely in catacombs beneath the city, or embrace his calling? The militia cells are scattered. His only allies are a turncoat Abkhenazi, a mad Belorussian immigrant, a beautiful but green medic, and a handful of armored infantry. It will take everything he has to lead his people to freedom. “

“The world will end on August 22, 3100. August 10, 3100. A dangerous ideology has spread across the globe. Touted as the salvation for all, a bold new plan is set to commence in twelve days, with the promise of creating a complete and lasting peace for all the peoples of the world. But only a few know the truth of this plan, and how it will bring forth a cataclysmic event unmatched by any disaster in history. “


“Eight short stories from the Apocalypse(s). “ Includes some collapse type, some more sci-fi. See link for synopsis of each.
Previous Price: $2.99 (according to the book-watching program I use)
Current Price: $.99

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