There are plenty of people who were given a Kindle as a Christmas gift. Does that describe you? If so, then you have probably purchased and downloaded a few books by your favorite authors. You might have selected some classics, as well. Now is the time to check out the many books for Kindle that you can download for free.
Kindle is an electronic book reader. It makes a nice gift for people who love to read. Family members of people who are big readers might hope that by giving that person a Kindle, there would be a few less books cluttering up their homes.
That doesn’t always work out that way. What could happen, instead, is that a person who owns a Kindle might end up spending less money on books. There are many Kindle books that can be downloaded for free. Here are a few to get you started!
The Myth of the Garage is by Chip Heath and Dan Heath. This book contains the authors’ best columns from Fast Company magazine, plus one piece that has never been published before.
Whats Next … For You? is by Patricia Gussin and Robert Gussin. This is a guide for reinventing yourself.
Rescue your finances (52 Brilliant Little Ideas) is a book by “Infinite Ideas”. This book gives you “insider shortcuts and secrets” that you can use to make the most of your finances.
The Cheapskate’s Guide to Grocery Savings is a free Kindle book by Daniel Mathews. The subtitle of this book is “How to Save a Bundle at Supermarkets”. This is one of those books that gives you “a simple buying strategy” to follow.
Absolutely Organize Your Family is by Debbie Lillard. This book gives you ideas for keeping bedrooms organized, strategies for organizing toys. You can also learn how to create a homework area, and how to manage out-of-control schedules.
20 Retirement Decisions You Need to Make Right Now is by Ray LeVitre. He is a Certified Financial Planner. In the book, he gives advice about how to best manage your finances in order to plan for retirement.
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