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Be Prepared to Survive - A Survival Planner and Checklist (Advice How To)
Be A Prepper - Survival of the Best Prepared (Advice and How To)
2012, China & Beyond: World Thinking, China's Global Role, Individual Survival and the Path of Life beyond the End of Civilization as we know it
Transition From City Madness to Rural Bliss: Living in the Woods of Nova Scotia.
Make Your Own Candle the Easy Way: Your Complete Guide to the Art of Candle Making, Including Dyes, Oils, Waxes and How to Sell It for Profit
Beginners Guide To Organic Gardening And Composting
How To Crochet - A Guide For Newbies (Crafty Creations)
Fabulous Freezer Favorites - Healthy meals for every day of the week, fixed weeks ahead and stored in your freezer.
Paleolithic Slow Cooker: Simple and Healthy Gluten Free Recipes
Simple Chinese Cookery (Peter Pauper Press Vintage Editions)
The 7 Most Traditional Paella Recipes. The Way It's Cooked For Generations In Valencia (Spain).
Chicago Cooks: 25 Years of Chicago Culinary History and Great Recipes from Les Dames d'Escoffier
Wagashi and More: A Collection of Simple Japanese Dessert Recipes
The Pie and Tarts Cooking Book
30 Gluten Free Lunch and Brunch Recipes - Delicious Gluten Free Soups, Salads and Sandwiches (Gluten Free Cookbook - The Gluten Free Recipes Collection)
Easy Pizza Recipes To Impress Your Family (Step by Step Guide with Colorful Pictures)
The Fantastic Slow Cooker Cookbook
Brilliant Brownies and Bars - 25 Favorite Brownie and Bar Recipes
Quick and Easy Slow Cooker Recipes - 25 Easy Slow Cooker Recipes for Any Occasion
Saving with Menu Planning
How to Make a Simple Budget and a Winning Financial Plan (Simple Money Smarts Series)
Baby Budgeting: How to Save Money Before and After You Have a Baby
My Thrifty Bride Guide-Secrets To Creating A Wedding On the Cheap
Surviving A Financial Crisis (Advice and How To)
Healing Herbs & Spices : Health Benefits of Popular Herbs & Spices Plus Over 70 Recipes To Use Them In (Healing Foods Series)
WHAT SHOULD I EAT? (Choose Healthy Life)
ADHD Parenting: Parenting ADHD Children Simple Book for Parents Raising Kids with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
The Tired Parent! The Ultimate Supermarket Guide for Toddler Snacks - Healthy Eating for Children Without Tons of Sugar!
Gluten-Free Symptoms, Foods, And Diets For Celiacs
Pilates for Beginners
Healthy Pregnancy: Secrets on How to Be Healthy During Pregnancy
Your Natural Cure For Arthritis
8 Vital Dietary Nutrients We Need (And Aren't Getting Enough Of)
45 Skin Care Tips
How Do I Look After My Kids Teeth? 1 thru 12
How To Grow Your Hair Faster: Getting Stronger, Longer, Shinier & Healthy Hair Growing Fast
The 10-Day 'At-Home' Colon Cleansing Formula (Detoxify Your Body, Get Healthy & Transform Your Life)
One Compulsive Eater Helping Another (2012) - Free Phone Meeting Help - Free Literature and more - For Weight Loss & Eating Disorders
Daily Tips for Healthy Living
The Tired Parent! Quick, Easy Toddler Activities to Keep Them Busy and Save Your Sanity!
Write To Be Heard: Write Like You Talk: Help With Voice, Character, Dialogue... and more! (Writing With Excellence)
Give Me a Break!: A Straightforward, Non-Denominational Guide to Meditation
FUN with FARTING: Who Else Wants to Know Why We Fart & How to Deal With It Cozily
Home School Secrets: Excellent Exposure (The Creation of Intellect)
The Day the Apple Bopped Darby on the Head (Isaac and Darby)
Snowy White World to Save
Understanding Kant: Concepts and Intuitions (Understanding Western Philosophy)
Animal Puzzles ; Fun with Bear : A-Z Play and Learn Series (color and interactive!)
Would be nice if you made actual posts again instead of posting the same ebooks over and over.ReplyDelete
There are several issues with that statement I'd like to clear up:Delete
1) They aren't the same ebooks over and over. I always make sure to include lots of fresh ones that I haven't posted before along with some really good repeats for the people that missed them before.
2) The ebook posts pay my bills a lot better than regular posts. My income from my blog, because, yes, I have bills to pay has increased tenfold since I started sharing the ebooks on my Facebook page and doubled again when I started putting them in blog post format as well.
3) My "actual" posts have also increased since I started putting up the ebook posts. If you look at the side bar, it shows you that I only posted 10 times total from July to September, but this month, I've posted the following:
Putting my trash out there
My quest for the elusive pawpaw...and other wild edibles
Four ways to garden in the winter
107 Skills you might want or need after TEOTWAWKI
Rule of 3
The month isn't over either and I have a couple more posts (at least) I'm hoping to get up before the end of the month as well. Considering I'm working part time teaching various classes including a zombie survival course which I'm writing the curriculum for (and will hopefully eventually have available for sale) and training to be a Zumba and Zumbatomic instructor, with positions and opportunities popping up for that all over, am active in my church, am homeschooling 3 kids (soon to be 4), and maintaining my regular household stuff, I'd say I'm writing a fairly impressive amount of "actual" posts! If I can find time to write more, don't worry, I will.
Nobody really cares if you waste your time at church or if you get paid for spamming repeat ebooks when you could be working a real job, honey.Delete
LOL Maybe I should look into posting a dictionary as one of the future free ebooks, since it certainly looks like you could use one! Since "spam" is an unsolicited email or text, it impossible for me to be spamming on my webpage that you have to purposefully come to in order to see. And as far as a "real job", I was always under the impression a "real job" was one in which one produces a good or service in exchange for money, which I'm doing here. Nice try, troll, but all you are doing is showing your ignorance and generating more pageviews for my site. Thanks!Delete
Don't listen to the haters! I was just going to say I'm thankful for these free book posts. They def aren't the same as last time because last time I was a little late in looking and many weren't free any more. Thanks for rounding them up and posting them!ReplyDelete
I don't worry too much about haters. I figure, if I have haters, I'm doing something right! lolDelete
I think you hit the nail on the head. You are utilizing your time to supply a free service. You aren't forcing folks to peruse your page, they come here (or not) of their own volition.ReplyDelete
Secondly, these books aren't always a free download. While I am new to your page, I visit another page which also offers free downloads. These freebies seem to cycle through. Free one day, not the next...but, give it another week or two and you might very well see it free again. Personally, as the mother to 6, I appreciate redundant offers as I might have missed them the first, or second....or even third time around!
As to working a "real job".... the fact the individual has free time to critique how you utilize your time tells me alot about how little they do in their real job.
You keep doing what you're doing. It's definitely appreciated! <3