Kindle Freebies – May 6, 2012

Today I Loaded My Kindle With…

For dinner, a recipe book on chicken breasts, for dessert, cheesecake, and for my edification, books on cooking without measuring and kitchen organizing. The hopefully good reads I picked up include fantasy, historical and contemporary fiction.

Keep in mind that the books listed are my personal choices. Pixel of Ink and its affiliates, which are listed in my sidebar, have a lot more freebies to offer.

Recipe Books

30 Healthy Chicken Breast Recipes
This book is full of Healthy Chicken Recipes that are low in calories, fat, and cholesterol, and taste fantastic. Inside you’ll find 30 hand picked recipes that are healthy, great tasting and are easy and quick to make. Save time and money. Get your copy today and begin enjoying great chicken recipes while eating more healthy today.

How To Make Cheesecake
In this kindle cheesecake cookbook I am going to show you how to easily create both chilled and baked cheesecakes. I used the cheesecake recipes in this book every day at my cafe much to the delight of my loyal customers. I have made the step by step instructions very easy for you to follow.

Cooking Without Measuring: Taste and Approximate Yourself to a Great Dish
Kiss your cookbooks goodbye and turn your kitchen-time into fun-time that’s all about creating great flavors without the fuss! Cooking Without Measuring teaches you to rely on your own taste and experience to cook creative, delicious meals without being bound to cookbooks and measuring spoons. Packed with sensible, practical tips, coaching advice and “non-recipes,” Cooking Without Measuring is like your personal cheerleader in the kitchen, giving you the confidence to taste and approximate yourself to a great dish – without measuring.

The Organized Kitchen
An organized kitchen is the salvation every busy cook needs! You’ll save yourself time, money, and stress—all while whipping up delicious, healthy meals your family and friends will love. From aprons to zesters, this book provides an A-Z of simple shortcuts that will make all the difference. With tips and tricks from master chefs (think Julia Child’s pegboard) and real-life home chefs (think Grandma’s ingenious pasta pots), this is the only kitchen/food/life organizer you need to streamline your kitchen— once and for all!

Fiction

Mozart’s Wife
Giddy sugarplum or calculating witch? Pretty Konstanze aroused strong feelings among her contemporaries. Her in-law’s loathed her. Mozart’s friends, more than forty years after his death, remained eager to gossip about her “failures” as wife to the world’s first superstar. Maturing from child, to wife, to hard-headed widow, Konstanze would pay Mozart’s debts, provide for their children, and relentlessly market and mythologize her brilliant husband. Mozart’s letters attest to his affection for Konstanze as well as to their powerful sexual bond. Nevertheless, prominent among the many mysteries surrounding the composer’s untimely death: why did his much beloved Konstanze never mark his grave?

Ninth Crossing: Discovery
Reagan Sullivan is a thoroughly modern woman. She’s thirty-one, an honors graduate of Yale, and a six year veteran of the Secret Service, sworn to protect the vice president of the United States—who happens to be a widower. A good looking widower. Despite these accolades—and distractions—Agent Sullivan is a no-nonsense woman in every respect. When Reagan meets two Irish elves—one of whom kidnaps her from a ladies bathroom in Oslo, Norway—all bets are off.

Only Women Bleed
As an adopted child, college student Jessica Walters had often pondered her true beginnings. Her most creatively imagined scenarios, however, had not come close to the truth revealed to her on her twenty-first birthday: Jessica’s biological mother had aborted her.

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These freebies are limited time offers, so there is no guarantee any of these books will still be free when you click on the links. Grab them sooner rather than later.

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