One of the greatest inventions of moderns time is the e-book, don’t you think? Well, and the devices we read them on.
The sheer number of awesome e-books available for free on a daily basis is staggering. Not very many days pass in which I don’t download at least one free e-book, which is ridiculous considering I don’t have time to read. But I’m sure I’ll get around to them… eventually.
Here’s a list of free kindle e-Books that I found interesting this morning. Prices can change daily - and sometimes more often than that! - so be sure you look double check the price before ordering.
Rice flour is one of, is not the most inexpensive gluten-free flour available, so a book dedicated to rice flour recipes? Right up my alley!
I know from personal experience how hard the transistion to gluten-free can be. I think a book like this would have been really helpful.
I’m not paleo, but we love starting our day off with high-protein breakfasts, so this book is right up our alley.
Christina Jones gives you ideas on simple ingredient substitutions you can use to replace ingredients in the recipes you already make to accommodate a gluten free diet, or a diet for a diabetic who is concerned with avoiding sugar in the diet.
Many simple replacements can be made to increase your fiber intake or double your protein while barely changing anything at all in the way you eat or even what you eat.
4-Week Bodyweight Home Workout is the first workout program of Workout Series. This fitness book consists of 12 full body workouts with detailed photos and steps of each and every exercise.
This workout book is NOT a motivational read. It was designed to be a no fluff, straight to the point, photo based workouts that begins the week 1 workouts easier and gets harder throughout the entire workout program.
Fitness “expert advice” can be so contradictory, but this does look interesting.
From the description:
If you’ve ever felt lost in the sea of contradictory training and diet advice out there and you want to know the truth behind 12 of the most common, and most harmful health & fitness myths out there…then you want to read this book.
‘A Treasury of Thrift: Save Money with Frugal Wisdom from the Past’ gives you the pick of the advice of the great thrifty writers of the past - including Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Smiles and Lydia Maria Frances Child, author of ‘The American Frugal Housewife.’
This invaluable little book of moneysaving quotations from great writers will help you change your money mindset and help you grow towards financial security with a wealth of thought-provoking ideas that you will want to return to again and again.
This is a companion volume to ‘Frontier Frugal’ which gives hints on putting the thrifty philosophy of this book into practice.
In the interest of not letting this post get too long, I’ll stop there, but if you go to the kindle e-book store, choose “advanced search” type in your keywords or prefered subject matter, then select “sort by price: low to high”, you’ll get tons of results.