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21 $0 Kindle eBooks


1) Rich Dad Education on Tax Secrets. By Robert T. Kiyosaki, 44 pages, save $4.08, published March 13, 2014, 5 stars from 3 reviews.

2) The Ultimate Backup Guide: Saving, Syncing and Sharing Your Digital Life. By Jeff Blum, 171 pages, published October 5, 2013.

3) How To Supervise: What Your Boss Never Told You Before You Took The Job: The Step-By-Step Guide For New (And Seasoned) Managers. By Dianne Shaddock, 106 pages, save $15.42, published March 17, 2014, 4.5 stars from 15 reviews.

4) Report Writing Skills Training Course - How to Write a Report and Executive Summary, and Plan, Design and Present Your Report - An Easy Format for Writing Business Reports. By Margaret Greenhall, 104 pages, save $18.99, published February 22, 2013, 4.8 stars from 6 reviews.

5) Seduce Your Customers: An Entrepreneur's Guide to Marketing. By Kerry Szymanski, 202 pages, save $12.49, published April 26, 2014, 5 stars from 1 review.

6) Mobsters, Gangs, Crooks and Other Creeps-Volume 1 - New York City. By Joe Bruno, 246 pages, save $9.95, published May 8, 2014, 3.9 stars from 52 reviews.

7) Just Desserts. By Kimberlee Shortland, 218 pages, save $0.96, published November 26, 2013, 4.5 stars from 35 reviews.

8) Cut the Chemicals Cookbook U.S. Edition 2014. By Rebecca Taylor, file size: 3951 KB, save $7.18, published November 12, 2013, 5 stars from 5 reviews.

9) Active Games For Healthy Kids: A collection of easy games that you can play with children. By Liz Wilson, 41 pages, save $3.70, published April 12, 2014, 5 stars from 3 reviews.

10) Jokes For Kids - Twin Pack: 247 Jokes For Kids / 365 Jokes For Kids. By Harry Hiles, 83 pages, save $1.98, published April 11, 2014.

11) We Put a Man on the Moon: Thoughts on Living a Better Story. By Kyle Scheele, 117 pages, save $14.95, published June 8, 2012, 5 stars from 20 reviews.

12) Anatomy & Physiology Student Workbook - 2,000 Quiz Questions To Help Guarantee Exam Success. By Kate L. Tierney, 316 pages, save $19.95, published December 18, 2013, 4.2 stars from 12 reviews.

13) Understanding Patient Safety, Second Edition. By Robert Wachter, 478 pages, save $43.00, published May 2, 2012, 4.6 stars from 10 reviews.

14) Working Hard-and Working Well. By David E. K. Hunter, 144 pages, save $0.95, published February 20, 2013, 4.7 stars from 3 reviews.

15) Alex. By Adam J. Nicolai, Horror Book, 305 pages, save $12.99, published November 25, 2011, 4.7 stars from 723 reviews.

16) Small Business Internet Marketing Code: Online Entrepreneur Beginner Guide: How to Make Money Online & Work from Home in 15 Days with 21 Major Marketing Tactics. By David Grande, 72 pages, save $4.99, published April 3, 2014, 5 stars from 7 reviews.

17) The Innovator's Extinction. By David Ulmer, 127 pages, save $25.00, published January 27, 2013, 5 stars from 7 reviews.

18) YOU BRANDING: Reinventing Your Personal Identity as a Successful Brand. By Mark Cijo, 207 pages, save $29.95, published January 7, 2014, 4.9 stars from 33 reviews.

19) Human Behaviour: A Fascinating Look at Emotions, Superstitions and Body Language. By Craig Baxter, 124 pages, save $14.99, published November 23, 2013, 4.9 stars from 7 reviews.

20) Work 2.0. Nowhere to hide. By Sergiusz Prokurat, 152 pages, save $9.99, published November 20, 2013, 4.2 stars from 18 reviews.

21) SMART SCHOOL TIME RECIPES: The Breakfast, Snack, and Lunchbox Cookbook for Healthy Kids and Adults. By Alisa Marie Fleming, 289 pages, save $0.95, published August 31, 2010, 3.9 stars from 188 reviews.

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closed Comments

  • Just Desserts & Working Hard-and Working Well are not free

  • Understanding Patient Safety, Second Edition it's not free

  • Thanks, picked nearly all of them up.
    Was particularly pleased with Rich Dad Education on Tax Secrets.
    Let's see if it helps me make/save more money ;)

    Alex looks a good book, but too depressing for me ……

  • Those reporting not free, have you been redirected to the .au store?

  • +1 vote

    Finally. His secrets are revealed in this free ebook…

    Finding Bargains Galore and Sharing on the Internet. By Tightarse aka TA. 149 pages, save $9.95, published May 10, 2014, 5.0 stars from 39 reviews.

  • Good books, thanks OP

  • The Australian Amazon store is now 6 months old to the day. And most of the time these specials come on they are also available in Australia.

    Seeing we all actually live in Australia, is there any reason all these bargain posts are still listing the U.S. store links?

    It is a pain to have to click "Shop in Australian store", then have Amazon find the book, which you then have to click on, then you can finally one-click it. Especially when you have to do this 90+ times on these posts where there are 90+ books.

    I'm not trolling here, I'm actually asking genuinely is there any reason people haven't upgraded and are posting Australian links yet?

    • I guess if I trusted Amazon to offer the same deals as the US store, should be no worries.

      That's why I'm still not switching.

  • I switched to the Australian store, then ended up switching back to the US one. I found there were more freebies, more discounted books, and books which hadn't yet made it to the Australian store. I get several email lists of free books sent to me each week, and much more often the ones I want are free in the US store, but not the Australian one. So I changed back. Therefore it is still quite relevant to offer links to the US store. Perhaps it may be sensible to put the country in the title though - is Kindle (US) or (AU).

    • how did you switch back to the US store from AU?
      My reason is that I just use the 'Kindle cloud reader' but apparently it doesnt work if you are using an australian account.

      • I can't remember off the top of my head, but it's in account settings, and you can change your country of preference. The instructions are definitely on Amazon somewhere.

  • Just grabbed some, free in au store as well. Just tamper with link in address bar and insert .au after ….amazon.com

    • I actually do this, but when there's 10+ books I want, just gets a little tedious.

      Maybe I should see if I can write a chrome add-in to do this automatically :)