Here are a few eBooks that will be free on Amazon this weekend. A little humor, and a science fiction tale will help you smile and escape from this all too serious world, if only for a few brief moments.
Money Prick, The Harsh Truth Your Friends Don’t Have The Balls Or Brains To Tell You, by Taylor Young
Free Oct 26 & 27
You’re in luck. You just found the most enjoyable, hilarious book you’ll ever read on a typically not-so-fun topic; family/personal finances. Even if you know all this stuff already, it’s worth reading just for the laughs! WARNING: If you are offended by some crass language, then maybe this book isn’t for you.
The short and sweet, face slapping innuendos of the Money Prick will drill home must-know personal finance tips in such a way that you won’t want to put the book down. Author Taylor Young has ingeniously earned the title “big prick,” insulting you from the opening chapter right up to the very last lines. You might as well be thoroughly entertained as you bone up on the money tips that will transform your life, help your family and possibly save your marriage (or future marriage).
How I Lost A Million Dollars Twice, And Other “Brilliant” Adventures, by Taylor Young
Free Oct 26 & 27
What do blown Cadillac coups, cops, and credit cards share? Where do inheritances gone AWOL, horrible houses, and greasy food get intertwined? And how in the hell would payday loan sharks, rich people, and your neighbor’s yappy psycho dogs mix in any story with an other-than-disastrous ending?
Through a bizarre twist of circumstances, follow Taylor Young’s eclectic accounts of kissing goodbye a couple million dollars by a ripe ol’ young age. Enjoy someone else’s misery while you learn what not to do with your time and money thanks to Young’s numb skull, painful lessons.
WARNING: This book is intended for fun. Don’t expect some boring stiff’s detailed guide to personal finances, though there’s more than one golden nugget of wisdom. And if you are offended by some crass language, maybe this book isn’t for you.
Breaching The Guardian Dimension, by Cory Richardson
Free Oct 26 through 30
a.k.a. Sustained Augmented Brain Energy Retransmitting (SABER) Ladder.
In the 2090’s, mind manipulating “4M” devices are used extensively for “rehabilitation” and have advanced to the point of a bold new usage – breaching the guardian dimension or, as some call it, supernatural exposures.
Coming of age in the 2090’s, friends Marcus, Randi, Vamir and Meagan soon find themselves working at a prestigious government-funded supernatural research facility. Something goes wrong after Marcus’ very first “exposure.” His friends watch in disbelief as other employees mysteriously die right after their 4M experiences. It is not clear whether they’re victims of machine malfunctions, the guardians or something else.
During the mayhem, Randi and Meagan find the “something more” in their relationship that Randi has been longing for all along. Like their favorite song, it’s para, para, paradise. But something connected to the research program dooms the girls’ alliance.
The four friends’ relationships are tested as they attempt to work together to figure out why people in the program have been dying for eight years and what can be done to right some of the damages. The answers lie in where the 4M machines can go.