Amazon Is Giving Away Free Ebooks

World Book Day is on April 23rd and that means a celebration of books. If you didn’t already celebrate books, then I don’t know what to say to you. Some of you may know this day as World Book and Copyright Day or International Day of the Book as those are alternate names for it.

How to Get Free Books

Amazon is giving away 10 free ebooks until April 27. Some of you are wondering what the catch is and that should always be the first question to ask. The books are in fact free to download and keep reading to find out the names of the books. To download the ebooks, you do have to have an Amazon account and have the Kindle app which is free to download. You do not have to have a Prime membership.

Amazon free ebooks
Amazon is giving out free ebooks

if you want to get the free books, then you’ll have to do a quick signup. If you already have an account, you can go here. it will say “Buy for $0.00” and that is my favorite price.

Free Books List

  • The Puma Years by Laura Coleman
  • The Ardent Swarm by Yamen Manai
  • North to Paradise by Ousman Omar
  • Where the Desert Meets the Sea by Werner Sonne
  • An Eye for an Eye by Carol Wyer
  • The Other Man by Farhad J. Dady urjor
  • The Easy Life in Kamusari by Shion Miura
  • Mother Dear by Nova Lee Maier
  • The Caiman by Maria Manrique and Ramón París 

Around the World

As you may have noticed, the novels are from authors all around the globe. That is a great move by Amazon and using their platform to showcase authors that we otherwise would never hear about. All ten novels have been chosen from 10 different countries and translated to English.

What do you think about the selection of novels? Did you download any of the novels? I know I did and maybe they will appear as a blog post in the future. Until then, happy reading!

10 thoughts on “Amazon Is Giving Away Free Ebooks

  1. Jenn says:

    How odd, the world book day celebration is held on the first Thursday in March over here in the UK!
    This is a great shout though and thanks to you for sharing this diverse list of authors – I’d never have known about this otherwise.

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  2. Beenish Mahmood says:

    The charm of reading books in print, highlighting the important lines and the coming up with an original review is unparalleled, however, if you have eyesight issues you can slays buy an easier book to read with a bigger print. The problem is what really is a book review? Is it different from an analysis?

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