Free eBooks for the Start of March


Below is a list of free ebooks from Amazon, Sony, and Barnes and Noble. If you own a Nook or Nook Color the Sony ebooks will work on them too, as well as any other Adobe DRM-supporting device. B&N’s and Amazon’s ebooks will only work on their respective ereaders, partnered devices (like the Pandigital Novel for B&N), and free software applications, however.

The majority of these free ebooks are only free for a limited time and are likely restricted to US residents only because of regional restrictions set by publishers.

The Softwire: Virus on Orbis 1 by P. J. Haarsma – Science Fiction – 4.5 stars, 19 reviews.

World from Rough Stones by Malcolm Macdonald – Family Saga – 4.5 stars, 3 reviews.

Somewhere to Belong by Judith Miller – Religious Fiction – 4 stars, 76 reviews – Also Free at Barnes and Noble and Sony.

The Secret by Beverly Lewis – Religious Fiction – 4 stars, 58 reviews – Also Free at Sony.

Darcy’s Voyage by Kara Louise – Historical Fiction – 4.5 stars, 16 reviews.

Love Me If You Must by Nicole Young – Suspense – 3.5 stars, 18 reviews.

The Secret by Beverly Lewis – Religious Fiction – 4.5 stars, 100 reviews – Also Free at Sony.

Michal: A Novel by Jill Eileen Smith – Historical Romance – 4.5 stars, 37 reviews.

Healing for a Broken World: Christian Perspectives on Public Policy by Steve Monsma – Nonfiction – 4 stars, 5 reviews.

Whisper on the Wind by Maureen Lang – Historical Romance – 4.5 stars, 28 reviews – Also Free at Barnes and Noble.

How to Make Money with Social Media: An Insider’s Guide on Using New and Emerging Media to Grow Your Business by Reshma Shah and Jamie Turner – Marketing – 4.5 stars, 38 reviews.

Breakthrough!: How the 10 Greatest Discoveries in Medicine Saved Millions and Changed Our View of the World by Jon Queijo – Genetics – 4 stars, 27 reviews – Also Free at Barnes and Noble.

PR 2.0: New Media, New Tools, New Audiences by Deirdre Breakenridge – Business – 4 stars, 6 reviews – Also Free at Barnes and Noble.

The Sword Lord by Robert Leader – Genre Fiction – 3 stars, 3 reviews – Also Free at Barnes and Noble.

2 Responses to “Free eBooks for the Start of March”

  1. Well since the Virus on Orbis 1 has and average close to 5 stars from 19 people, I decided to download it. Not that I need anything more to read. Thanks.

    • Yeah, me too. I usally try and pick up the Science Fiction freebies. My Kindle is loaded with enough to read for a year :). Not that I’ll ever get around to reading them all . . .