Exclusively from Aroona, here’s a list of free e-books that can indulge any whim and preference. Authored from 1885 to 2019, these freebies are worthwhile reads without a penny to spare.

Every Tuesday, get a list of free e-books to read from Kindle and more!
Every Tuesday, get a list of free e-books to read from Kindle and more!

Since you have free time, you may as well enjoy free e-books!

1.Confidence: How to Overcome Your Limiting Beliefs and Achieve Your Goals by Martin Meadows

e-book Available For Free on Amazon Kindle

E-book published April 7, 2015, free on Amazon

Having complications with discipline or motivation? It’s easy to contribute these feelings to laziness or procrastination, but you might just lack confidence.

Learn about self-efficacy and the principal sources for ambition. Wall-Street Journal best-selling author, Martin Meadows, uses science and personal experience to share fundamental knowledge that will tap into your hidden capabilities and reach your goals. 

2. Compared to Who?: A Proven Path to Improve Your Body Image by Heather Creekmore

e-book Available For Free on Amazon Kindle

E-book published April 30, 2017, free on Amazon

Cozying up with the fridge more than usual during quarantine? Guilty.  But during these uncertain times the last thing that we need is insecurity.

Heather Creekmore uses biblical themes to reaffirm positivity. It also promises healthier approaches to being body conscious. 

3. The Effective Air Fryer Cookbook, an exclusive e-book from Chef Effects

e-book Available For Free on Amazon Kindle

E-book published April 26, 2017, free on Amazon

Put recipes to this kitchenware craze in this exclusive e-book!

Air fryers use “rapid air technology” to cook food that usually requires being submerged in deep fat or oil, which is high in fat and low in nutrients.

From the food conscious company, Chef Effect, learn about breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes for any dietary need. All recipes include serving size, preparation time, cooking time and complete nutritional facts. This cookbook also provides technical instructions to maximize the results of this healthy mechanism. 

4. God’s Hammer: A Viking Age Novel (Hakon’s Saga Book 1) by Eric Schumacher

e-book Available For Free on Amazon Kindle

E-book published February 1, 2005, free on Amazon

This novel in the Hakon’s Saga is a tale of Vikings in 935 A.D. The North is in turmoil after the death of King Harald Fairhair. This leaves the High Seat of the realm to his murderous son, Erik Bloodaxe. Erik ruthlessly disposes of all claimants to his throne, except his youngest brother, Hakon.

Now, Hakon is being raised by the Christina King, Athelstan, but he can avoid his fate no longer. He returns to the North to face his brother and claim his birthright, but not without sacrifices of appalling proportions.

5.The Fear Hunter (Agatha Bright Mysteries Book 1) by Elise Sax

e-book Available for Free on Amazon Kindle and Google Play

E-book published September 8, 2019, free on Amazon and Google Play

Californian author, Ellie Sax, begins her mystery series, Agatha Bright Mysteries, with The Fear Hunter.

Agatha Bright, new bookstore/soup shop owner, lives a seemingly remedial life in Seabreeze, California with her two quirky aunts in a haunted lighthouse.

But, when a missing woman turns up murdered, Agatha and “her soups” are the main suspects in the eyes of new detective, Remington Cumberbatch.

Agatha must help Remington find the killer, exposing her secrets before she ends up in prison… or “worse.”

6. On the Decay of the Art of Lying by Mark Twain

e-book Available for Free on Amazon Kindle

E-book published  March 17, 2006, free on Amazon

This is a short essay by renowned American author, Mark Twain. And it is eerie in its cultural relevance.

“…the wise thing is for us diligently to train ourselves to lie thoughtfully, judiciously; to lie with a good object, and not an evil one; to lie for others’ advantage, and not our own; to lie healingly, charitably, humanely, not cruelly, hurtfully, maliciously; to lie gracefully and graciously, not awkwardly and clumsily; to lie firmly, frankly, squarely, with head erect, not haltingly, tortuously, with pusillanimous mien, as being ashamed of our high calling.”