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Free Book – Free Gardener’s Idea Book (from Proven Winners)

January 13, 2011 Leave a comment

Gardener's Idea Book

Add “WOW” to your garden! for FREE!

Just head on to the Proven Winner’s official site where you’ll be asked to sign up for this freebie (i.e. postal address etc), and they’ll mail you the book Free Gardener’s Idea Book in 3-4 weeks. YMMV of course.

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FREE Paperback – Alex Detail’s Revolution by Darren Campo (Plus another free eBook!)

December 7, 2010 Leave a comment

Hmmm… I hardly read any DTBs (Dead Tree Books) anymore, but I came across this search link on Amazon that directs you to free/almost free, new/used paper books. If you couple these books with your Amazon Prime subscription or if you were already ordering a bunch of stuff worth $25 anyway, you don’t lose anything if you bite 😉

Alex Detail’s Revolution (Choose Your Destiny)‘ by Darren Campo is available for FREE as a paperback on the Amazon site. Just click here to order.

Book Description

17 year old Alex Detail has been kidnapped and sent off to fight in a hopeless war against The Harvesters, an alien force that is trying to extinguish Earth’s Sun.

Unfortunately for Alex’s kidnappers (and the world) he has lost the mega IQ that allowed him to win the last war with The Harvesters ten years ago when he was just 7 years old.

But now the House of Nations is out of options. The end of life is imminent.

Alex must save his ship, fight his evil clone and survive the war long enough to make it to Pluto, where, underneath the planets frozen surface lies the only force in the solar system that can stop The Harvesters.


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FREE Cookbook from Reader’s Digest – Quick Food: Gourmet Recipes in Just 30 Minutes

December 7, 2010 Leave a comment

What a great promo from Reader’s Digest and Swiffer! Basically, you can score yourself a FREE cookbook ‘Quick Food: Gourmet Recipes in Just 30 Minutes‘ (that will be mailed to you within 6-8 weeks) from Reader’s Digest right now. The promo is only for US residents and will run until January 17 (or until supply lasts).

Just head on to the Reader’s Digest Promotions page and use this UPC: 037000326946 to get the freebie! (Thanks to @tightpockets on SD!)

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Read Paulo Coelho’s “The Winner Stands Alone” Online

April 14, 2009 6 comments

Browse Inside this book

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ETA : I just found a copy of Paulo Coelho’s “The Winner Stands Alone” on scribd. You can click here or on PAGE 2 where I’ve embedded it to read the novel.

Product Description (from Amazon)

The beloved, bestselling international author of The Alchemist returns with another haunting novel—a thrilling journey into our constant fascination with the worlds of fame, fortune, and celebrity.

A profound meditation on personal power and innocent dreams that are manipulated or undone by success, The Winner Stands Alone is set in the exciting worlds of fashion and cinema. Taking place over the course of twenty-four hours during the Cannes Film Festival, it is the story of Igor, a successful, driven Russian entrepreneur who will go to the darkest lengths to reclaim a lost love—his ex-wife, Ewa. Believing that his life with Ewa was divinely ordained, Igor once told her that he would destroy whole worlds to get her back. The conflict between an individual evil force and society emerges, and as the novel unfolds, morality is derailed.

Meet the players and poseurs behind the scenes at Cannes—the “Superclass” of producers, actors, designers, and supermodels, as well as the aspiring starlets, has-been stars, and jaded hangers-on. Adroitly interweaving the characters’ stories, Paulo Coelho uses his twelfth novel to paint an engrossing picture of a world overrun by glamour and excess, and shows us the possibly dire consequences of our obsession with fame.

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