Later on, when I discovered the Kindle section of Amazon, it happened all over. I was back daily to check up on the free books, and to see if any new ones had been added to the list. When I found out that some books were a special offer and only available for a few days, I'll admit that I checked more than daily - how could I miss out on a free book deal?
Anyway, I think this initial excitement also teaches us to pick and choose. Some of those ebooks are free for a reason - you'd feel bitter if you actually paid for them. Sometimes, maybe unfairly, I feel bitter just because I took the time to download them.
Here are a few (non-classic) free ebooks that I enjoyed.
The One You Love by Paul Pilkington
I read this one quite awhile ago, but I remember really enjoying the twists. It is a crime novel, which is different from my normal reads. The dialogue was frustrating because it didn't flow very well, but other than that this one was an enjoyable read.
Red at Night by Katie McGarry
This is a young adult romance. It's a short story, but still amazing. I would especially recommend it if you enjoy or have yet to try her books, because I love Katie McGarry's writing.
Saving Wishes by G.J. Walker-Smith
Normally, I probably wouldn't have downloaded this book. I had nothing to read, I was panicking because my cat ran away, and I happened to see this on iTunes. It was late, past the hours of bugging every neighbor I saw, so I curled up and read this by an open door as I waited for him to come home.
It was probably about one or two in the morning when we managed to get him in the house. I had purchased the second book in the series by then.
I hope this has helped you guys a little bit in your searching. If I find time to read some more freebies, between my endless TBR of purchased books and review copies, I'll be sure to create a part two of this post.