Literary Pursuits

Friday Freebies

It’s time once again for my weekly (or bi-weekly, as the case may be) list of currently free ebooks that piqued my interest. Maybe you’ll find something here that interests you as well. If you missed my post last Friday it’s because nothing on the free list caught my eye at that time.

But it’s not like I ran out of something to read or anything like that.

Though that literally did happen to me frequently when I was growing up. I had read everything in our house (not counting Dad’s preacher-books, though I even ventured into those once in awhile). Apparently weekly library trips weren’t often enough. I did a lot of re-reading in those days.

This week’s list is short, but from a variety of genres.

Usual Disclosure: These are affiliate links which means I may earn a small commission on your Amazon purchase. Featured titles were all free when I listed them, but please double-check before you download them.

After the Rains

Update: No longer free.

After the Rains by Deborah Raney is Book 2 in the Camfield Legacy series. It’s a story of forgiveness and redemption.

Mocha Sunrise

Update: No longer free.

Mocha Sunrise by Julie Carobini is Book 3 in the Chocolate series and looks like a fun beach read just in time for summer.

The Cult of New Canaan

Update: No longer free.

The Cult of New Canaan by R.A. Williams is Book 2 in the Amari Johnston series. The first book, Carbon-14: The Shroud of Turin was on my Friday Freebies list a few weeks ago so if you got it then you may want to read it first. If not, the description says this one can be read as a standalone title.

Ready or Not

Update: No longer free.

Ready or Not by Chautona Havig is Book 1 in the Aggie’s Inheritance series. What is Aggie’s inheritance? As it turns out, 8 kids! Oh, and by the way, she’s 22. Yeah, that oughta be an entertaining read!

That’s it for this week. If you missed my previous lists of free ebooks check out these posts. I’ve updated them to indicate which titles are still free.

Have a great week!

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