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Today’s Picks: FREE eBooks for Download (August 13 2013)

So, how many of you have bought a Kindle OR if you haven’t bought a Kindle yet, whataya waiting for? Amazon has an ALL-NEW family : eInk – Kindle ($69), Kindle Paperwhite ($119) / Kindle Paperwhite 3G ($179), Kindle Keyboard 3G ($139) Or the larger sized Graphite Kindle DX. And tabletKindle Fire ($159)Kindle Fire HD ($199)Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ ($299) and Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ 4G LTE Wireless ($499)!

(If you don’t have a Kindle, don’t worry, you can still read the free books! Just download the Kindle for the PC, Kindle for the iPhone/iPod Touch, Kindle for the iPad, Kindle for BlackBerry or Kindle for Android!) And guess what, Kindle now supports library borrowing (US only)! (See Borrow Kindle Books from Your Local Library)

Well, time to fill your Kindle with FREEBIES! p.s. For the bargain conscious – check out ALL my bargain posts HERE! Also be sure to check out the August 100 Kindle Books for $3.99 or Less Sale!

The Most Misused Verses in the Bible,Surprising Ways God's Word Is Misunderstood by Eric J. Bargerhuff

The Most Misused Verses in the Bible,Surprising Ways God’s Word Is Misunderstood‘ by Eric J. Bargerhuff (Bethany House Publishers) is available for FREE download on the Amazon US Kindle site. Just click here to download! Also at Amazon UK Amazon CA.

Book Description

Are you sure you know what your favorite Bible verses mean?

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”–Philippians 4:13
“‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.'”–Jeremiah 29:11
“And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good.”–Romans 8:28

These and a surprising number of well-known Scripture passages are commonly misused or misunderstood. Even well-intentioned Christians take important verses out of context, and pastor Eric J. Bargerhuff has seen the effects: confusion, poor decisions, and a distorted view of God’s Word.

In this concise yet thorough book, Bargerhuff helps all of us understand what these verses meant when they were written so we can apply them accurately today. Providing fascinating historical and scriptural insights, he shows how to read God’s promises and instructions in context and appreciate even more the Bible’s eternal message.


Check out the other freebies after the jump!

Free Agatha Raisin short stories (UK – linked and Australia – please do a search)

Agatha Raisin and the Christmas Crumble (short story) by M.C. Beaton Agatha Raisin: Hell's Bells (A Short Story) by M.C. Beaton


Freebies from Agate Publishing

Chicago Bears: The Drive to 2012: An In-Depth Guide to Off-season Moves and Pre-season News Charlie Trotter: How One Superstar Chef and His Iconic Chicago Restaurant Helped Revolutionize American Cuisine by Chicago Tribune Staff Don't Die Broke: How Annuities Can Guarantee Your Income and Keep Your Retirement from Going Belly-Up by David J. Reindel, Fran Tarkenton and Steve Marsh The Travel Writer's Handbook: How to Write - and Sell - Your Own Travel Experiences by Jacqueline Harmon Butler and Louise Purwin Zobel


Freebies from The Wild Rose Press

Nothing to Commend Her by Jo Barrett Someone to Watch Over Me by Jerrie Alexander One Week To Live by Joan Beth Erickson Tiernan's Punishment by Faith V. Smith Selkie's Song (Fado Trilogy) by Clare Austin


Here’s  a sampling of free indies / self pub / backlist books that I picked out as interesting for me (and will probably be free for a short time only)…

Fall of a Sparrow (Odds Bodkin's Mysteries) by Sharon Hamilton Death Comes eCalling (Book 1, Molly Masters Mysteries) by Leslie O'Kane BESET: A Desperate Search for Happiness in Times of Crisis by Lee Bullen Lonely Souls (Witch Avenue Series #1) by Karice Bolton The Dream Jumper’s Promise by Kim Hornsby Bottled Abyss (Redrum Horror) by Benjamin Kane Ethridge


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