116 Christian Fiction Kindle Books in every genre – no strings attached!

Have you been reading more, in this time of social distancing?  I hope you are.  Social media is full of panic and forebodings. Even Christians, with our faith in a God who loves and protects us, can be alarmed by the news. We need words of encouragement, uplifting stories to brighten our days. Right now, many Christian authors are offering their Kindle books free, just to bless readers in this time of uncertainty.  Take this opportunity to fill up your e-reader with good books that glorify God. Most of these books will only be free for a few days, so be sure to check the price before you order them! I scanned the listings and reviews to make sure they really are Christian fiction, but I haven’t read them all. The books come with no strings attached, but I have a couple of suggestions if you’d like to thank the author.  First, leave an Amazon review.  It doesn’t have to be long or fancy – just a note that you enjoyed the book. Second, if you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber and the book is available in Kindle Unlimited, consider borrowing and reading it that way. It’s not required. You Read More

Newly-Free Christian Novels ~ No Strings Attached

Updated March 28 Here’s another list of newly-free Christian books! I hope you are reading good and encouraging books during this time of quarantine.  If you live in a pleasant climate, take your Kindle outside and read in the fresh air and sunshine! Here in Wisconsin, we’re still having fires in the fireplace every evening. That’s a cozy way to read! I’m so blessed by the number of Christian authors who are giving away their books right now, to help others through this challenging time.  The books come with no strings attached, but I have a couple of suggestions if you’d like to thank the author.  First, leave an Amazon review.  It doesn’t have to be long or fancy – just a note that you enjoyed the book. Second, if you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber and the book is available in Kindle Unlimited, consider borrowing and reading it that way. The author gets paid for Kindle Unlimited page reads, even if the book is also available free.  If your Kindle Unlimited shelf is already full, though, go ahead and buy it (free), so you can read it later. It’s a gift. Romance and Women’s Fiction KNOX: The Montana Marshalls Read More

Free Christian Books – Mystery, Suspense, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Women’s Fiction and more

Updated March 28, 2020 Wow! So many free books this week, to entertain us in this time of quarantine.  All of these Kindle books are absolutely free on Amazon right now – no strings attached – but it would be a great blessing to thank these generous authors by leaving a review when you finish a book.  In each of these lists, I’ve been committed to including only books with a clear Christian worldview – books that glorify God. This has been challenging, because sometimes the Amazon categories aren’t accurate. When I wasn’t sure a book was specifically Christian in content, I read the description page, the author bio, and the reviews. The hardest part of this process was with the Science Fiction and Fantasy books. I had no idea there were so many Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy books! Many young people like these genres, and I wanted to have a “trustworthy” list for you. I might have missed some good ones, and I might have included something that you won’t find “Christian enough,” but I did my best! Previous Lists of Free Books Contemporary Christian Romance Amish and Historical Romance  I know I said this would be the Read More

Free Amish and Historical Romances ~ No Strings Attached!

Update March 28 In this time of self-isolation, many Christian authors are offering their Kindle books free, just to bless readers in this time of uncertainty.  Take this opportunity to fill up your e-reader with good books that glorify God. Amish Fiction and Historical Romance are fun to read, especially if you’re feeling a little isolated in this time of quarantine! Fortunately, we still have electricity, telephone, the Internet, and our Kindles! These books are offered by generous authors who want to bless readers. You can “buy” them free through Amazon, and you can read some of them with your Kindle Unlimited subscription, which is a nice way to bless the author, since the authors still get paid when you read them that way!  It would be really nice to leave a review, too. It doesn’t have to be a long review – just a quick note to say that you enjoyed the book.  It’s not required, though… these books are free, with no strings attached! Remember that most of them are only free for a few days, so be sure to check the prices before you buy them.   Amish Fiction A Sugarcreek Amish Romance (Amish of Sugarcreek Romance Read More

55 Contemporary Christian Romance Books – No strings attached

Updated March 28 Have you been reading more, in this time of social distancing?  I hope you are.  Social media is full of panic and forebodings. Even Christians, with our faith in a God who loves and protects us, can be alarmed by the news. We need words of encouragement, uplifting stories to brighten our days. Right now, many Christian authors are offering their Kindle books free, just to bless readers in this time of uncertainty.  Take this opportunity to fill up your e-reader with good books that glorify God. Most of these books will only be free for a few days, so be sure to check the price before you order them! I scanned the listings and reviews to make sure they really are Christian fiction, but I haven’t read them all. The books come with no strings attached, but I have a couple of suggestions if you’d like to thank the author.  First, leave an Amazon review.  It doesn’t have to be long or fancy – just a note that you enjoyed the book. Second, if you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber and the book is available in Kindle Unlimited, consider borrowing and reading it that way. It’s Read More

Are You a Kindle Unlimited Reader?

I recently learned of a great injustice:  When a Kindle Unlimited subscriber borrows and reads a book and then reviews it on Amazon, that review is not a “verified purchase” review.  It is lumped with the other “unverified” reviews. Now, before anyone jumps in to correct me, I admit that “borrowing” is not the same as “purchasing.”  But you have purchased a membership from Amazon, and they know exactly how many pages of that book you read, because they pay the author according to how many pages you read. If they want to quibble, they could call it a “verified read” or “KU read” or something like that. Stand up and be counted If you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, it’s because you are a serious reader. Your opinion of a book is worth hearing! You’re paying for that subscription, and you deserve to have your reviews seen and respected. I encourage you to write to Amazon. Emails and phone calls are helpful, but a real letter is most influential. Do all three, if you like.  Let Amazon know that you want your reviews to be given a mark of authority, like that of the “verified purchaser”.  As I suggested Read More