Free Amish and Historical Christian Romance Books

Many Christian authors offer Kindle editions of one or more of their books free, to bless their readers and introduce them to the rest of their catalog.  I’ve compiled this list of free books (current as of April 2023) for you. Check them out! If you enjoy them, be sure to thank the author with a review on Amazon, Goodreads, or wherever else you like to share your reading. It’s not required, though… these books come with no strings attached! Amish fiction and historical Christian romance novels are fun to read, but I do like having electricity, telephone, the Internet, and my Kindle! Remember that some books are free for a limited time, so be sure to check the prices before you buy them. Free Amish Books ~ Novels and Short Stories False Worship – Book 1 (Amish Faith (False Worship) Series) by Rachel Stoltzfus The Trespasser (Amish Country Brides) by J.E.B. Spredemann Lancaster County Second Chances by Ruth Price Amish Snowflakes: Volume Four: Arms of an Angel by Sicily Yoder Home to Pebble Creek (Free Short Story) (The Pebble Creek Amish) by Vannetta Chapman Amish Romance: Unexpected Family (A Lancaster County Courtship Romance) by Abigail Fisher Lilies on Daybreak Read More

11 Reasons to gift Kindle Books ~ Have a merry clutter-free Christmas

Why to give Kindle Books as Christmas Gifts Everyone knows that books make great gifts, and digital books are especially nice because they are: Inexpensive – most Kindle books are under $10. Some are much cheaper! Environmentally friendly – no physical production or transportation “footprint.” Fast – forgot to shop in advance? Order online and have the gift delivered instantly. You can also schedule the delivery for later, if you are shopping early. Convenient – shop from home, in the proverbial pajamas. Abundant – you can find almost any title on Amazon. Easy to send – you only need the recipient’s email address. Free to deliver – you don’t have to pay postage or stand in line at the post office. Clutter-free – many of us have plenty of “stuff” and limited bookshelf space. Personal – we share books that we think other people will like. Easy to read – you can read Kindle books on a tablet, phone or computer. Or even on a Kindle. Returnable – if your recipient already has the book or is not interested, they can exchange it for an amazon gift card of the same value. How to Give a Kindle Books as a 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