Books, Blogs, and Brotherhood: Discounted Nonfiction eBooks

Guest Blogging Goldmine on Kindle

Guest Blogging Goldmine ($0.99) by Tom Corson-Knowles: Learn the secrets for creating, growing and monetizing your blog. Chock full of blogging tips, strategies, and step-by-step action guides, this is the perfect book for beginners and experienced bloggers who want to earn even more.

This deal is good on December 7, 2017

Kindle


The Things Our Fathers Saw (Vol. 1) on Kindle

The Things Our Fathers Saw (Vol. 1) ($0.99) by Matthew Rozell: Thirty survivors of the war in the Pacific, from the attack at Pearl Harbor to the surrender at Tokyo Bay, speak directly to the reader in intimate and heart wrenching storytelling. Here are the first-person accounts of combat, brotherhood, captivity, and redemption, told for the first time by a vanishing generation speaking to America today.

This deal is good on December 7, 2017

Kindle


Henry David Thoreau on Kindle

Henry David Thoreau ($0.99) by Frank B. Sanborn: Journalist, abolitionist, philosopher, and poet, Henry David Thoreau lived a fascinating life surrounded by great figures, including Ralph Waldo Emerson. Coming from a man who knew Thoreau personally, Sanborn’s biography is informal and affectionate, relying not only on reputation but also on the real words of friends, family, and Thoreau’s own personal letters.

This deal is good on December 7, 2017

Kindle


How to Self-Publish Your Book (Self-Publishing Made Easy Book 1) on Kindle

How to Self-Publish Your Book (Self-Publishing Made Easy Book 1) ($0.99) by Mateja Klaric: Why spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on self-publishing when you can do it for free? This manual will show you exactly how to take care of the most daunting aspects of self-publishing, such as formatting, design, distribution, and print. It’s written as a step-by-step guide with pictures that will lead you every step of the way.

This deal is good on December 7, 2017

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