Kindle Freebies Daily — January 5

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Free Kindle books, primarily for Christian moms!
Be sure to check out my running list of freebies on my permanent Kindle Freebies Daily page. Here, I keep a running list of past daily freebies that are still free, just in case you miss a daily post. While you will usually find around 50 books listed here on any given day, this list is certainly not all-inclusive. There are literally thousands of free books offered at Amazon each day. These are just the books I am downloading to my own Kindle (or to Ben’s Kindle). If you’re not finding what you’re looking for here, I show you how to find your own Kindle freebies in this tutorial.

Don’t have a Kindle? No problem. You can download the free Kindle app for your PC, Mac, iPad, or smart phone. Looking to purchase a Kindle, read more about the new Kindles recently released!

I also have a huge list of always free Kindle Books for Kids.

The NEW Kindle Fire HD is now available!

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  • World’s first tablet with dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi for 40% faster downloads and streaming
  • Over 22 million movies, TV shows, songs, magazines, books, audiobooks, and popular apps and games
  • Integrated support for Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo! and more
  • Free Skype video calls with front-facing HD camera
  • Free unlimited cloud storage for all your Amazon content
100 Bible Verses Everyone Should Know by Heart by Robert J. Morgan — With the immediacy of Internet searches and ease of handheld devices, the archaic custom of memorizing Scripture may not seem necessary, but bestselling author Robert J. Morgan makes an airtight case for reviving this practice in 100 Bible Verses Everyone Should Know by Heart. “It’s vital for mental and emotional health and for spiritual wellbeing,” he writes. “It’s as powerful as acorns dropping into furrows in the forest. It allows God’s words to sink into your brain and permeate your subconscious and even your unconscious thoughts. It saturates the personality, satiates the soul, and stockpiles the mind. It changes the atmosphere of every family and alters the weather forecast of every day.” In a series of brief opening chapters, Morgan prepares the reader for this new way of thinking and then presents his list of 100 crucial verses, including sidebar notes, quotes, and memorization tips for each. Knowing his list will differ from what others would choose, extra pages are included to add one’s own favorite verses, thus extending the exercise and memorization habit.
Arms of Deliverance by Tricia Goyer — Arms of Deliverance is the fourth and final chapter in the thrilling World War II series. Mary and Lee have gone from best friends to competing WWII journalists, but a bombing raid gone wrong puts Mary’s life at risk and sends Lee on a heroic rescue attempt through the fierce teeth of combat. Then, amidst an adventurous struggle for freedom, they uncover the story of the unspeakable Lebensborn atrocity.

With equal doses of adrenaline and poignancy, Tricia Goyer’s storytelling brings well-crafted characters to life in a graphically authentic World War II setting. She places readers not only behind enemy lines into the heat of battle, but also deep into the innermost sanctuary of the human heart.


Dawn of a Thousand Nights by Tricia Goyer — Following on the heels of Goyer-s From Dust and Ashes and Night Song, readers journey with Dan Fletcher and Libby Conner, both U.S. pilots fighting in WWII-s Pacific Theater. Fletcher is captured by the Japanese and is forced to endure the horror of the Bataan Death March in the Philippines. It is here that he encounters Natsu Hidiki, a guard whose nagging conscience won-t let him ignore the human degradation in which he is participating. Libby Conner is a WASP (Women-s Air Force Service Pilot), who ferries military planes between Hawaii and the South Pacific. By the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, she has turned the head of Fletcher in no small way.  

For Time and Eternity by Allison Pittman — All Camilla Deardon knows of the Mormons camping nearby is the songs she hears floating on the breeze. Then she meets one of them—a young man named Nathan Fox. Never did she imagine he would be so handsome, so charming, especially after Mama and Papa’s warnings to stay away. Though she knows she should obey her parents, Camilla can’t refuse her heart. But even Nathan’s promises cannot prepare her for what she will face in Utah.
Betrayed by Jeanette Windle — This action-packed international thriller brings readers to Guatemala, where anthropologist Vicki Andrews discovers that her sister has been murdered. Guatemalan authorities dismiss her death as another of the country’s frequent muggings or a kidnap-for-ransom, but Vicki refuses to accept their verdict. Vicki launches her own investigation and uncovers corruption buried so deep that crossing international lines may cost Vicki her life.
Toward a New Beginning by R. William Rogers — Although Sam Bartlett enjoyed a successful horse-supplying business in Independence, Missouri, he was none-the-less envious of the hundreds of folks who passed through on their way west. Unable to stand it any longer, he convinces his wife, Judith, to pull up stakes, pack up their three-year-old son, Tom, and accompany him on a journey that turns out to be much more than either of them could have imagined.
The trek quickly develops into one of extreme hardship and survival that is further complicated by: dangerous weather, raging river crossings, unique personalities in the wagons, hostile Indian attacks, hunger, water shortage vengeance, courage, romance, and biblical principles. 

The Warrior by Joyce Swann — Early one morning, Elizabeth Anderson awakens from a vivid nightmare in which she sees a young man of about twenty years old dying after a terrible motorcycle accident. “Don’t die if you don’t know Jesus,” she calls out to him just before she awakens.
As Elizabeth ponders her dream, she becomes convinced that the young man in her dream is a real person. Naming him “Timothy” she begins a 10 year prayer vigil for a man she has never met. As the years go by, those prayers change not only his life, but the lives of her own family members as well.
The Warrior is a moving, powerful testimony to the power of prayer and God’s desire to redeem every life. “The effective prayer of a righteous person accomplishes much.”

Luke’s Legacy by Elaine Littau — Pursuit of adventure caused Luke and Bonnie to join the wagon train west. Thirst for love drove Ruby away from her loving home and caused her to grow up faster than her thirteen years could fathom. Catastrophe caught Luke in its clutches and made him choose the legacy he would leave behind. In Luke’s Legacy, Book III of the Nan’s Heritage Series, author Elaine Littau depicts characters that must live with the decisions they make. Full of passion, heartbreak, deception, romance, and resolve, Luke’s Legacy promises to hold you captive from the first pages.

Lily’s Redemption by Jeffrey Davis — Since the night his wife was killed in a car accident, novelist Thomas Bradford has dedicated his life to his young daughter, to his writing, and to Christ. But when Kassandra Moore, a lovely young woman from California, moves to his Missouri town and begins attending his church, he is surprised to find himself falling for the new Christian.

Life seems to be getting better for the widower. But who is the stranger who has started following him around in the blue Corvette? Is it an obsessed fan . . . or something worse? And what does this person have to do with a missing missionary and Tom’s new girlfriend?

Too Close to Home by Lynette Eason — Samantha Cash is the FBI’s secret weapon. Her methods are invisible, and she never stops until the case is closed. When missing teens begin turning up dead in a small Southern town, Samantha is assigned to help local chief Connor Wolfe find the killer. And he has two problems with that. There’s her faith–in God and herself. And then there’s the fact that she looks exactly like his late wife.
As they get close to an answer, the case becomes personal. The killer seems to be taking an interest in Connor’s 16-year-old daughter, who thinks her dad is getting way too protective. Can’t a girl just have some fun?

The Journey by Laura Lond — His father killed in war before he was three, his mother unexpectedly dying when he was eight, Jecosan Tarres is young and poor, yet he has something not many men have: a faithful heart, a strong spirit, and the knowledge of truth taught to him by his mother and Priest Shaledan. Alone for a year, but later befriended by Dalian the blacksmith, he has already beaten the odds of being destitute and forgotten, but clearly something or someone is at work in his life. 

Paper Roses by Amanda Cabot — The future stretches out in front of Sarah Dobbs like the pure blue Texas sky. Leaving the past behind in Philadelphia, mail-order bride Sarah arrives in San Antonio ready to greet her groom, Austin Canfield, a man she has never met but whose letters have won her heart from afar. But there is one problem–he has died. And Sarah cannot go back East.

Covenant by Beverly Lewis — Book 1 of Abram’s Daughters series from bestselling author Beverly Lewis. Years of secrecy bind the tiny community of Gobbler’s Knob together more than the present inhabitants know, and the Plain folk who farm the land rarely interact with the fancy locals. So when Sadie is beguiled by a dark-haired English boy, it is Sadie’s younger sister, Leah, who suffers from her sister’s shameful loss of innocence. And what of Leah’s sweetheart, Jonas Mast, sent to Ohio under the Bishop’s command? Drawn into an incomprehensible pact with her older sister, Leah finds her dreams spinning out of control, even as she clings desperately to the promises of God. 

Gods and Kings: Chronicles of the Kings by Lynn Austin — Gods and Kings is the story of King Hezekiah, heir to the throne of King David. When his evil father plots to sacrifice him, Hezekiah’s mother, Abijah, searches frantically for a way to save him. But only two men can help her, and neither of them seems trustworthy. In a time and place engulfed by violence, treachery, and infidelity to Yahweh, Abijah and her son must discover the one true Source of strength if they are to save themselves and their country.

Witness by E. G. Lewis — The events Rivkah witnessed changed history. As a young shepherd girl, she accompanied her father to a Bethlehem stable where she held the baby Jesus. She watched Mary and Joseph flee to Egypt, met the strange visitors from the East who’d followed a star to Bethlehem, and saw Herod’s soldiers kill the children of her village.
You can experience life in Roman Judea as the Jewish people struggle under the burden of Caesar’s armies and Herod’s cruelty. Watch false Messiahs rise and fall and see the fatal retribution that followed. Feel the pain of the innocent bystanders left to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives.
A Hearth in Candlewood by Delia Parr — With genteel grace and quiet fortitude, Emma Garrett presides over Hill House, a stately boardinghouse in the canal village of Candlewood, New York. She finds her purpose in caring for her guests, ministering to them with a generous dose of wisdom and humor. But when a “runaway grandma” lands on her doorstep, Emma’s need to fix every wrong places her in the midst of a family feud. 
Heart of Gold by Lacy Williams — Wyoming, 1902–Ranch foreman Charlie Welch suspects his boss’s daughter has returned home with purely selfish motives–she wants money.

After being estranged from her father for years, Opal Bright hopes her homecoming will result in both reconciliation and a solution to help the orphanage she sponsors back home in Omaha.

When Charlie and Opal find themselves mixed up with a ragtag group of bandits and trapped in an abandoned gold mine, they must risk everything to survive… including their hearts.

To Love Anew by Bonnie Leon — Hannah Talbot has no one. Forced to leave the only home she’s ever known, she works for a cruel employer who brutally takes the one thing she has left–her dignity. When she is banished from London, she is certain God has turned his back on her. 

John Bradshaw was a successful businessman whose untamed spirit sometimes wanted more. When he is betrayed by those closest to him, he loses everything–his wife, his business, even his freedom. John’s and Hannah’s paths are about to cross. Aboard a ghastly, nineteenth-century prison ship from London to Australia, John and Hannah must keep hope alive and trust God’s unconditional love.

Face to Face with God by Jim Maxim — Jim Maxim’s gripping true story is proof that absolutely nobody is beyond God’s reach. You, too, can receive His love, power, hope, and purpose for living, no matter what dark times you are going through. Discover the power of God’s all-conquering love in your life.
Bible Based Businesses by Jeff Testerman — Business ethics by the Book. Bible Based Businesses (Length 130 pages) Learn the biblical principles of running a small business. You have to get it right in your heart mind, when managing a business, before you can make it happen in the marketplace. 
You’ll get some practical and encouraging advice on God’s plan for you in business. You’ll receive a better understanding of the positive influence you can have as a Christian Business Owner or CEO.
Whether you’re doing a small business start up. looking for a small business guide, or just needing some encouragement, read Bible Based Businesses.
Jeff Testerman has over 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur and has started 12 businesses in six different states. 

Business ethics is a big thing in this day and age. Build your business foundation on the Word of God.

Confident Kids by Karen Campbell — Every parent wants the best for their children. We all want them to grow up to be confident and positive adults. Raising a child to be resilient and able to deal with life’s ups and downs is also something that most parents strive for. Confident Kids will give you practical strategies for shaping and improving your child’s outlook and mindset. Parents have a huge influence over the way their children think and deal with life’s situations and events. Happy and successful children usually grow up to be well-adjusted adults who lead fulfilling lives.
How to Improve Your Child’s Behavior Today by Katrina Kahler and Karen Campbell — The three secrets to raising a well-behaved child are providing a great role model, consistency and expectations. Sounds simple doesn’t it? Well, if you follow this book’s advice and stick to it, you will see changes take place almost immediately.

Many parents are struggling to maintain control of their children. They are drowning and don’t know how to shape their children’s behavior.

And more and more children are displaying behavior problems in schools and homes. An increasing number of preschool kids are coming to school with anti-social behavior including swearing, fighting and non-cooperation. Many teens are out of control, disrespectful and unhappy. 

Parents are responsible for shaping their child’s behavior from birth. Some parents find this quite difficult and they tend to give-up and give-in to their child’s desires and demands. Giving-in teaches the child that if they scream loud enough, throw a tantrum or become physically violent, then they will get their way.

The Puberty Bomb by Katrina Kahler and Karen Campbell — Karen Campbell and Katrina Kahler are award winning teachers and parenting experts who have finally filled a much needed gap in puberty education. You don’t want your young daughter or son reading a book on puberty that includes explicit sexual information. Children are entering puberty earlier, some as young as nine. They’re still playing with dolls and leggo and are little kids in their heads. Karen searched for books when her daughter and son entered puberty, but none of the books available were written for little children. This book tells your child all the information they need to know in simple to understand and appropriate language. 

The Joy and the Challenge by SENG — Articles and resources from SENG’s National Parenting Gifted Children Week. Topics include identifying and recognizing giftedness, the challenges of parenting a gifted child, underachievement issues and twice exceptionalism, gifted minorities and gifted boys and girls, misdiagnosis and depression in gifted youth, advocacy, and parenting supports and resources.
School Daze: Autism Goes to School by Dr. Sharon Mitchell — After suddenly receiving custody of his five year old son, Ben must learn how to be a dad. That fact that he’d even fathered a child was news to him. Not only does this mean restructuring his sixty-hour work week and becoming responsible for another human being, but also Kyle has autism. 

Enter the school system. Under the guidance (and bullying) of a gifted teacher, Ben and Kyle take tentative steps to becoming father and son.

Teacher Melanie Nicols sees Ben as a dead beat dad, but grudgingly comes to admire how he hangs in, determined to learn for his son’s sake. Her admiration grows to more as father and son come to rely on Melanie being a part of their lives. 

When parents, particularly mothers,receive the news that their child has autism, they spend countless hours researching the subject, usually at night, after an exhausting day. Teachers, when they learn that they’ll have a student with an autism spectrum dirorder, also try to learn as much as they can. This novel was written for such parents and teachers – a light read that still offers strategies and information on autism.

Abortion: A Rational Look at an Emotional Issue by R. C. Sproul — In this book, Dr. R.C. Sproul employs his unique perspective as a highly experienced pastor-theologian and a trained philosopher to provide well-considered and compassionate answers to the difficult questions that attend termination of pregnancy. Dr. Sproul strives for a factual, well-reasoned approach informed by careful biblical scholarship. He considers both sides of this issue in terms of biblical teaching, civil law, and natural law. This edition includes a new foreword by Dr. George Grant and has been updated to reflect developments in the issue of abortion. Appendixes provide further background on the issue of when life begins and list sources for pro-life resources.

Master Your DSLR Camera by David Becker– Master Your DSLR: A Better Way to Learn Digital Photography walks you through several photography basics such as composition and perspective, and it includes quick-reference cheat sheets to master seven common shooting scenarios: indoor and outdoor portraits, kids, pets, gorgeous outdoor landscapes, skylines, and sunsets. Readers of this e-book will also have exclusive access to several beautiful videos and graphics.

Hidden Diary: Volume II by Sandra Byrd — Book Three, Just Between Friends:

Walking home from the beach, Lucy and Serena come upon a little dog that is hurt and lost—and had no ID tags. Lucy’s living in a “no dogs allowed” cottage and Serena’s dad is allergic. But they can’t leave the poor thing where it is! So the girls devise a temporary scheme … that could mean trouble. Things get even messier when they discover the dog is about to have puppies. Who will take care of all of these dogs? Even more worrisome—who will pay the vet bill? Lucy and Serena decide their Diary Deed for the week is to find a solution and make it work. But the days are slipping by. Will they figure it out in time?

Book Four, Take A Bow:

For this week’s Diary Deed, Lucy and Serena must face their fears—and the rides at Knott’s Berry Farm seem the perfect place to start. But when that plan doesn’t quite work, it’s back to the drawing board. Lucy decides the upcoming Island Art Fair is the perfect opportunity for Serena to display her art. Serena’s not so sure … Then Serena comes up with her own idea for Lucy’s Diary Deed. But the dread of embarrassing herself in public may be too much for Lucy to handle. On the other hand, backing out would mean disappointing several others. Can Lucy find the strength to face her fears—and follow through on her promise?

Each of the four, two-book volumes in this exciting series for girls aged 8-12 includes: fun, friends, family, gentle Christian faith, and a fast-paced read.

Legends and Heroes: The Tale of the Taskmaster by J.D. Heil — Legends and Heroes: the Tale of the Taskmaster is the story of Mira, Eli and Gavin: three twelve-year-olds living in Appalachia in the late 1940s. When Mira drags the two boys out to explore an abandoned mine, they end up trapped inside it. A legendary frontiersman named the Georgia Peach comes to their rescue. Aided by a talking raccoon named Big Paw, the Peach tries to lead the kids to safety, but instead takes them through a portal to another dimension.
Mission: Explore Food by Geography Collective — It’s time to explore! 159 food missions that dare you to (re)discover our world. Become a food expert and guerrilla explorer with missions and recipes that experiment with all things food. Open this daring alternative cookbook to uncover tasty, revolting and seemingly random challenges across six chapters.

Pirate’s Tail by Eduard Lehr — 
A pirate…
A mermaid…
And an ocean full of adventure.
When Ace and his adopted father find a treasure-laden shipwreck on the bottom of the ocean, he thinks he has life made. His luck changes quickly when he wakes up aboard a legendary Menquin Naval vessel and finds himself on a mission of revenge. His misfortune turns to opportunity as he learns the way of the sail and travels the globe. 

Go Figure! by Dennis Young — The book revolves around unique characters where kids can use their imagination to create a storyline each time they look thru the pages of the book. Grown-ups are encouraged to join in the fun. So, grab your kids and “Go Figure”!

Lily Lemon Blossom: Welcome to Lily’s Room by Barbara Miller — Meet Lily Lemon Blossom, a delightful little girl who loves adventures and playing with her friends. Lily invites you to see her lovely room and meet her many friends, including Bunny Rabbit and Josephine her kitten who is always by her side. A quick peek into Lily’s room will tell you quite a lot about her. The room comes alive with it’s vibrant colors and huggable plush toys. It’s a happy place for a happy little girl and her friends.

The Vanishings (Left Behind: The Kids) by Jerry B. Jenkins — The first book in the children’s version of Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim LaHaye’s sleeper-hit Left BehindThe Vanishings introduces us to Judd (“The Runaway”) and his three imperfect companions: Vicki (“The Rebel”), Lionel (“The Liar”), and Ryan (“The Skeptic”). These four teens, for one reason or another, all failed to submit to the power of the living Lord, despite their friends’ and parents’ best efforts. And when Pastor Billings’s Rapture actually happens–sending Christian-piloted trains, planes, and automobiles crashing as millions of true believers literally vanish in the blink of an eye, leaving behind nothing but their skivvies and their W.W.J.D. necklaces–the four wayward teenagers get religion and fast. The saga continues when they receive a second chance in book two. 

Katherine’s Southern Cooking by Katherine Baldwin — This book has 40 step by step recipes that cover most of the traditional Southern foods that I learned how to cook from my Mother and Grandmother. However, I have adjusted them to use extra virgin olive oil and spices instead of the traditional method of seasoning them with salt pork and bacon drippings. I have included a full nutritional analysis for those items so you can decide which method you use to season your food. You will find appetizers like Cheese Straws and Asparagus Roll Ups and a few more. It covers the breads like Buttermilk Biscuits, Cornbread Dressing, and Hushpuppies.
Healthy Slow Cooker Meals by Suzanne Summer — Using the slow cooker (a.k.a. crock pot) is one of the easiest ways to prepare healthy and tasty meals. If you’re a busy mom like me (or you’re just simply lazy), then these recipes are for you! 

These recipes are low calories and rich in protein. If you’re on a weight loss 

diet or simply want to control your weight, then these low calories recipes are perfect 

for you! 
Weekend Homesteader: July by Anna Hess — This fully updated second edition of the popular Weekend Homesteader series includes exciting, short projects that you can use to dip your toes into the vast ocean of homesteading without getting overwhelmed. If you need to fit homesteading into a few hours each weekend and would like to have fun while doing it, these projects will be right up your alley, whether you live on a forty-acre farm, a postage-stamp lawn in suburbia, or a high rise.
Pizza Recipes 101 by Kirk Castle —  Pizza being a renowned modern day, Italian originated delicacy deserves a large book to cover the thousands of variations that have originated in the pizza phenomenon over the years. This book mainly covers the basic pizza recipes that target the most common tastes and can easily be enjoyed at home. From the most popular chicken BBQ pizza to the little less known shrimp pizza, ‘PIZZA RECIPES’ gives the practical pizza making philosophy explaining the ingredients and the directions clearly and plainly so that a layman or rather a ‘lay-cook’ can find their way around the pizza!

The Art of Perfect Bread Baking by June Kessler —  Making bread requires little more than your hands, an oven and patience. The recipe for success is simple; time and warmth are all it takes to transform a few basic ingredients into springy silky dough that bakes to a crackly, crusted loaf. It is like most things- easy when you know how, with practice making perfect. If we had to choose one single phrase that I feel is essential to bread making, it would be this; bread is alive, growing entity and, the product of it’s ingredients and surroundings; it responds to its environment- “treat the rising dough as if it were alive’’ While we advocate the use of scales, warmers and thermometers, remember that observation is the baker’s traditional tool. The more you make bread, the better your bread will be.
Healthy Breakfast Recipes for Kids by Ashlee Meadows — You might have heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but have you ever asked why that is? Breakfast has been touted by experts as the “fuel” necessary to start the day off on the right foot. Rather than just a saying, there is scientific proof that breakfast really does give our bodies and brains a kick-start. That is especially true for children. 

Numerous studies into the benefits of breakfast have made it clear that your child needs this valuable meal in order for the rest of the day to be productive. A good breakfast is proven to lead to higher test scores, better school attendance and better behavior, both in class and out. It also leads to much better overall nutrition and easier weight control. Making breakfast a habit means that your kids are much more likely to continue eating breakfast when they are older, and that means the benefits last well beyond the school years. 

Passionfruit Recipes by Monica Martin — Are you passionate about passionfruit and it’s use in cooking? If so then you make a perfect match with this collection of fabulous recipes!

Passion Fruit Dessert and Drink Recipes is an inspirational, creative sixty page list of recipes for delicious puddings, mousses, tarts, fluffs, roulades, cocktails, cooling drinks and much more using the tropical passion fruit as one of the main ingredients.

The Ultimate Prescription by James L. Marcum  Would you like to discover the powerful ways God is part of the healing process? Do you think the media, the government, or your doctor is telling you the whole truth when it comes to health care? Are you tired of taking medications that really don’t fix the problem? In The Ultimate Prescription, Dr. James Marcum, a board-certified cardiologist, in-demand speaker, and radio host, discusses these questions and many more from a biblical point of view. He encourages you to find the real answers about your health—and the health of your loved ones. Dr. Marcum explains what he believes is wrong with our current health care system, how to get back on track, and how the spiritual dimension of our health is often being ignored. Discover today the true path to healthy living in The Ultimate Prescription.

Food Combing Recipes for Vegetarians by Alice Lilley — Food combining is based on the principle of separating proteins and concentrated carbohydrates so that they are not eaten together at the same meal. Vegetables and salads are first choices, while starch and protein foods can be served as complementary side dishes.

Vegetarians have been largely left out of the food combining literature, but can adapt the rules to meet their specific dietary needs by learning the basic principles and choosing options from this recipe collection.

Once you know the system works for you it’s easy to follow and to create combinations of your own that will suit your appetite and your digestion.

Top 10 Best Diets for 2013 by Barbara Gregory — The primary objective of this resource is to disseminate information about the most popular diets for weight loss. The forthcoming chapters act as brief reviews for the highly popularized and widely used weight loss diets, extolling a little history on each one of them, explaining what they really are, how they trigger weight loss accompanied with any other information worth sharing. Here is a brief summary of what to expect in the coming pages.

4-Week Bodyweight Home Workout by Arnel Ricafranca — 4-Week Bodyweight Home Workout is the first workout program of Workout Series. This fitness book consists of 12 full body workouts with detailed photos and steps of each and every exercise. 

This workout book is NOT a motivational read. It was designed to be a no fluff, straight to the point, photo based workouts that begins the week 1 workouts easier and gets harder throughout the entire workout program.

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