Borrow My eBooks

Borrow My eBooksIt’s that time of year. Christmas shopping leaves many of us broke. Which can pose a problem for readers. With little money to spare and even less time available to stock up at the library, you may be on the search for something to read. Look no further. I’ve decided to make most of the lendable books on my kindle available to you. If you’ve never borrowed a Kindle book before, here’s how it works. I can send you an invitation to borrow one of my ebooks. You then have 7 days to accept that offer. After you accept, you have 14 days to read the book before it is automatically returned to me. Don’t have a kindle? No problem. Amazon offers a free reading app that can be downloaded to computers, tablets and smart phones.

This is on a first-come-first-serve basis. Just leave a comment stating which book you’d like to borrow, and I’ll send you the borrow invitation as soon as I have time. (The FREE books are, well, free … so you might as well just get your own copy to keep if you want one of them.)

As a side note, I haven’t had time to read many of these books. So I’m not recommending them. Just making them available to you. So use your own discretion, and let me know which books need to go highest on my to-read list when you’re through.

I hope you all have a lot of fun with this!

Horse Dreams, by Dandi Daley Mackal
The Case of the Tabloid Tattler, by Perry Kirkpatrick
Stasis: A Will Vullerman Anthology, by Tobias Buller
Foundlings, by Matthew Christian Harding [FREE for Kindle]
Prophet, by R.J. Larson
Captive of Raven Castle, by Jessica Greyson
Annabeth’s War, by Jessica Greyson
A Purple and Gold Afghan, by Jordan Smith
Truth, by Molly Evangeline
Red Rain, by Aubrey Hansen
The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins

UFOs and the Christian Worldview, by Jeff Gerke
Finding the Core of Your Story, by Jordan Smith
How Do I Decide: Self-Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing, by Rachelle Gardner
Infinitely More, by Alex Krutov
Who Is Jesus,  R.C. Sproul [FREE for Kindle]
Always Enough: God’s Miraculous Provision Among the Poorest Children on Earth, by Heidi Baker

Update! (aka — New Books)

Spencer R. just sent me an email offering some of his ebooks to be lent out as well. What a fantastic idea! If you have ebooks you’re willing to share as well, use the contact form to let me know. Just make sure it’s part of the lending library program. If it is, you should see this when you go to the book page (except with your name instead of mine, of course).

Instant Order Update

Here are the books available from other members of Leah’s Bookshelf. If you chose one of these books to borrow, I will send your email address to the owner of the book and it will be up to him/her to send it to you when they have an opportunity.

Prophet, by R.J. Larson [Owned By: Spencer R.]
Prophet, by R.J. Larson [Owned By: Amanda]
Counted Worthy, by Leah E. Good (me!) [Owned By: Spencer R.]
Sew, It’s a Quest, by Kendra E. Ardnek [Owned By: Amanda]

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  1. Cool! Have you read Foundlings?

  2. hi,
    could I read red rain,
    God bless you,

    • You may indeed. Be sure to leave a comment with your thoughts when you’re through. And I know the author would be blessed by an Amazon review if you enjoy it. 😉 Thanks for participating!

  3. I’ve just started Counted Worthy. Still in the beginning, but I really like it. You’re a fantastic writer!

  4. Well, I read part of the preview from Annabeth’s War and although the writing seems a bit unpolished, I’d like to give it a try. Thanks!

    I have a few Kindle books, but I’ll have to see about that lending library thing. Hopefully it’ll work out and I can add a few to your list here. 🙂

    • Unpolished writing is an occupational hazard for developing writers. 😉 Hopefully the story will shine through anyway. I hope you enjoy it!

      And that would be really neat if you had a few to add.

      • Okay, yep, I have two I could “loan.” You can add another copy of Prophet to the list and the surely familiar-sounding Sew, It’s a Quest. 😉

  5. Spencer R.

     /  December 6, 2014

    This is so generous of you, Leag! Thank you very much. Jeff Gerke’s UFO book looks quite interesting. May I borrow that one? Thanks!

  6. haleygdavidson

     /  December 6, 2014

    Hi Leah! I just heard of you through Do Hard Things. I plan on reading your book as soon as possible! Meanwhile, I’m working on a novel of my own. Might I borrow the Rachelle Gardner book, “How Do I Decide: Self Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing”?

  7. Hi, Leah! Can I borrow Finding the Core of Your Story? I think I need that right now…. 😛


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