7 Quick Takes Friday – Free Books Edition

Join me and other Catholic bloggers at Hallie Lord’s Blog for 7 Quick Takes Friday. Thanks to Hallie for guest hosting.

1. Emily’s Hope Kindle Edition is available for FREE for the next three days (Friday, February 10th till Sunday evening February 12th). Just click on this link to download the book. You don’t need to purchase a Kindle …you can just download the free Kindle app to your iPod, iPad or computer. If you want to read more about my first book, the novel’s website has an excerpt, reviews, a Catholic TV interview and a Sacred Heart/EWTN radio interview. One reviewer called this book “NFP Fiction,” although it has also been called “Pro-Life Fiction.”2. Come My Beloved Kindle Edition will also be available for FREE on Valentine’s Day. If you like reading true love stories, you’ll probably enjoy this book. To read reviews, watch a book trailer or read excerpts, visit the book’s website.

3. Sarah Reinhard is holding a “Beat the February Doldrums a Book Giveaway”. For more details, click on the link above.

4. Here is a great website that has many free Catholic e-books (mostly non-fiction).

5. If you’re looking for more free print books, check out Bud Macfarlane’s novels.

6. Idylls Press has Kindle and epub editions of a variety of free Catholic classic novels at their website.

7. If you’re looking for some free books for your Kindle, this website lists free daily Kindle books and deals.

For more Quick Takes, visit Hallie’s Lord’s Blog.

Copyright 2012 Ellen Gable Hrkach

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6 thoughts on “7 Quick Takes Friday – Free Books Edition

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