Black Friday Kindle Deals You Might Want To Check Out

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I don't actually have a Kindle, but I have the Kindle app on my iPhone and iPad - and I love it because you can so often get a better deal on Kindle versions of books.  Which means more books for me!  I really should stop buying Kindle books at this point and just read the ones I have, because they'd probably last me a year.  But I always feel like I have to snag the interesting books while they are on sale so they will be waiting for me when I am ready to read them.

(This is actually a really bad habit.  I should probably read the books I have before buying more.  I am okay with this particular vice though.  I'm sorry if I am enabling some of you with this post!)

Since it's Black Friday week, there are so many good books on sale!  I kept scrolling through and wanting to share so many of them on my Facebook page - so I decided to just round them all up in a post instead!  These are books I have either read and enjoyed, or that I may end up buying myself, because I wanted to share the Kindle-deal joy!  Here are the ones I recommend you check out before they are no longer on sale!

(Note: Affiliate links used below.)

Sister Dear by Laura McNeill - I saw this one come up for review on Booklook a while back, but never got a chance to request it.  It's a suspense novel - Allie was convicted of a crime she didn't commit, and her sister knows sounded kind of good.

Double Minds by Terri Blackstock -  I feel like I may have read this one a while back, but Terri Blackstock writes suspense, and her novels are always so good. This one involves the Christian music industry and a stalker.

Driftwood Lane by Denise Hunter - I haven't read this one in particular, but I have read several of Denise Hunter's books.  She's one of those authors that keeps you turning the pages.  In this one a woman named Meredith is given guardianship over three siblings she doesn't really know.

The Children Of Hurin by J.R.R. Tolkien - For all my fellow Lord Of The Rings fans out there!  This one is a story set hundreds of years before LOTR.  I might end up buying this one.

Be Frank With Me by Julia Claiborne Johnson - I just started this one on audio, and I think it's going to be a fun one!  Alice goes to the home of a reclusive author to watch her eccentric little boy while his mother writes a new novel after decades of hiding away.  I'll let you know what I think of it when I'm done.

Stuff Matters: Exploring The Marvelous Materials That Shape Our Man-Made World by Mark Miodownik - This book just looked really interesting to me.  It explores questions like "Why is glass see through?" and "Why is elastic stretchy?"

Natural Hospital Birth by Cynthia Gabriel - I read this book when I was pregnant with Clyde in preparation for trying for a natural birth in the hospital.  I thought it was really good, and gave a lot of good tips for making it more likely to achieve the goal of a natural birth in a hospital setting. (Also, here are more of my favorite resources for natural birth.)

Honey For A Child's Heart by Gladys Hunt - This is always shared as recommended reading for those who like the Charlotte Mason home education philosophy (read about which homeschool philosophies I like best here). I have it on my Kindle already, I just haven't been able to read it yet!

Killing Christians by Tom Doyle - I read this a while back, and while the stories are intense, I think it is important for Christians in America to know what our brothers and sisters in Christ go through in other parts of the world because of their faith in Jesus.  Read more about this one in my post "Do Something For The Persecuted".

God's Crime Scene: A Cold Case Detective Examines The Evidence For A Divinely Created Universe by J. Warner Wallace - I love J. Warner Wallace! I haven't read any of his books yet, but he is a "Christian case-maker" as he likes to call himself, and his podcast and Youtube channel are great.

Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas - I read this a while back (review here) and got a lot out of it.  It was a great book to remind me to be thinking about marriage in biblical terms.

If You Can Keep It by Eric Metaxes - I am reading this one right now, and it is excellent.  I'm a Metaxes fan, and in this book he discusses America and how we need to go about continually "keeping it".  A great post-election read.

Squanto And The Miracle Of Thanksgiving by Eric Metaxes - I'm snagging this one to read with the kids before Thanksgiving tomorrow!

The Legend Of The Candy Cane by Lori Walburg - This one is a children's book that caught my eye, especially with Christmas right around the corner!

Have you found any other Kindle Deals this week that you are excited about?  Please share!

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Inspired said...

"Sister Dear" is a really good one!

Callie said...

I remember you mentioning it on your blog, so I've had my eye on it! I bought it today, so hopefully I'll get to it soon!

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