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10 Books You Can Read for Free on Kindle Unlimited

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Did you see the news? Through March 1st, you can sign up to get a FREE two-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited! And the best part is that you can take advantage of this deal even if you’ve signed up in the past!

Since Kindle Unlimited is usually priced at $9.99 per month, this is a RARE savings of $19.98! This is a fantastic deal and we haven’t seen a FREE two-month Kindle Unlimited deal in a while.

When you sign up for this deal, you’ll get access to over 700,000 ebooks and thousands of audiobooks — all for free!

Free 2-Month Kindle Unlimited Trial

Interested in this deal? Here’s how it works:

  • Sign up for a free 2-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited
  • Click on the Kindle Unlimited tab in your Amazon bar to search for available titles (you can search individually or sort by genre).
  • You’ll be able to add up to 10 titles to your Kindle Unlimited account at a time.
  • Once you’ve finished reading a title, just return it and borrow another.
  • You can read or listen to the titles on any device with the free Kindle app.
  • Be sure to cancel your subscription before your 2 month subscription is up, otherwise, you’ll be charged $9.99 per month.

I spent some time this afternoon going through a lot of the books that are available for free on Kindle Unlimited right now. Here are 10 that I recommend looking at downloading:

Dear Bob and Sue

Alrighty, this might brand me as super corny and with weird sense of humor, but I really loved this book! In fact, it was one of my favorite books I finished in May.

It’s written as a series of letters to Bob and Sue from their friends, Matt and Karen Smith.

Matt and Karen are a couple who set a goal to visit every single one of the US National Parks. I found their wit and sarcasm to be laugh out loud funny and their letters to be very interesting. Also, their teasing and poking fun at one another to be so much like Jesse and me.

Needless to say, I loved the book… which shocked me considering I never once would have thought of myself as someone who would find a book of letters about visiting National Parks to be something I wouldn’t just tolerate but would enjoy.

And guess what? They inspired me to want to visit all the National Parks, too. Or at least start visiting some of them — something I haven’t done in years (we visited some of them growing up but it’s not been on my priority list for vacations since Jesse and I got married).

I told Jesse that after we finish our goals to visit all 7 continents and 50 states, maybe we can set another goal to visit all the US National Parks?

The Next Right Thing

This is a book you can go back to again and again and each time it will hit you in a new and fresh way. Each short chapter is heartfelt, thoughtful, powerful, and impactful… and leaves you with intentional but simple action steps to take and insightful questions to help you gain more clarity for right now and for your future.

If you struggle to make decisions, you’re in the midst of a big life change, you’d just love some quiet guidance to be more intentional with your days, or you love Emily’s writing and podcast, this book is for you!

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality

A friend gave me this book and said it had really impacted her life. I hadn’t heard of it before and wasn’t sure what I was going to think of it.

Then I started reading… and within a few chapters, I knew it was going to be one of those really life-changing books. The book is all about how our emotional and spiritual health are so tied together and how we often overlook this.

The author talks about how often we seem to think that our past and our baggage and all the things we try to pretend don’t exist or stuff down or not deal with won’t affect us in the long run… but it will!

There are so many things I gleaned from this book and so many sections that challenged me in deep ways. I feel like I will be processing its message for a long time to come.

One of the areas in the book that really encouraged me was to recognize how much the changes I’ve made in the last two years to slow down and savor life more. I realize how these changes have truly allowed me to become so much healthier as a person — physically, mentally, and spiritually.

There were numerous quotes that I loved from the book, but one that I shared on Instagram was this:

“True freedom comes when we no longer need to be somebody special in other people’s eyes because we know we are lovable and good enough.”

In Christ, we are enough. We are loved. We are redeemed. We are forgiven.

When we live in light of this truth, we can walk in amazing freedom and confidence — and we can love other people so much more deeply and authentically.

Loving the Little Years

This is not a book with lots of practical, hands-on advice, but it’s a book the deals with the heart issues we moms face.

I didn’t agree with the author on all points (I’m not really sure that I ever do, though!) and think we have to be careful when reading parenting books because what works for one family or one child isn’t necessarily what will or should work for another family or child. That said, I was convicted, and inspired by Loving the Little Years.

It made me really step back and re-examine my own heart and how I am responding to and discipling my children on a daily basis. Sometimes, it’s easier (in the moment) to just slap band-aids and quick fixes onto behavior and attitude issues, instead of really taking the time to deal with the heart issues and struggles our children are facing.

This book challenges moms to really delve down to the heart of the matter. As the author says, “The state of your heart is the state of your home.”

Note: You can also get Rachel’s other two books, Fit to Burst and You Who? for free on Kindle Unlimited, too.

Begin Again

This book moved me at a deep level. While I felt like sometimes I wasn’t poetic enough to understand the depths of what was being communicated.

It felt so raw and honest and vulnerable and yet so beautiful and rich and inspiring. I didn’t want it to end.

Two of the quotes that were the most meaningful to me:

“We don’t get to the truth while we’re deeply invested in what’s false.”

“God’s story is a narrative of emancipation.”

More Recommended Reads/Books I Want to Read:

  • Anything –I read this years ago, but I remember it deeply impacting me! Maybe it’s time to read it again (especially since I realized that I didn’t write a review on it for the blog!
  • The Sacred Enneagram — This is on my to-read-soon list as it’s been highly recommended to me!
  • Beneath a Scarlet Sky — This one is also on my shelf and I’m really hoping to get to read it this year as I’ve heard rave reviews of it!
  • The Green Ember — We enjoyed reading this book aloud when the kids were younger.
  • God’s Smuggler — This was one of my favorite books as a teen.

Did you know you can also access magazines for free — like HGTV magazine?

I’d love to know what other titles you find that you can read on Kindle Unlimited with this great deal!

Go here to sign up for your free 2-month subscription!

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  • Karen says:

    I loved Dear Bob and Sue also!

    Chop, Chop- Books 1-7 The Series of a Lifetime counts as one Kindle Unlimited Checkout. The more I read in this series, the more I enjoyed it. By the end the series was one of my top reads of 2019.

  • Erin Odom says:

    I hate to say this but I hated The Sacred Enneagram. 🙈🙈🙈

  • Bonnie Kaiser says:

    If I sign of for the 2-month free Kindle, can I choose any books I want, or is a limited selection?

    • Holly says:

      It works like a library. You can borrow up to 10 books at a time (which you can keep and read as long as you have an active membership). If your maxed out at 10 just return a book so that you can borrow another one. But, and this is important to know, you can only borrow Kindle Unlimited books, not every Kindle book is available. The Kindle Unlimited label is pretty clear on each book listing.

    • Jordan says:

      You can’t choose any book you want but there is a large selection of books available that are clearly tagged as Kindle Unlimited selections. Hope that helps! -Jordan, MSM Team

  • Cindy says:

    When I hit the link it goes to where you can sign up but it expires by December 31, 2019. I go through my Amazon link it’s still only 30 days not 60 days.

    • Jordan says:

      That’s strange. I just checked the links and the take me to an offer page saying sign up before March 1st, 2020. Can you try using this link and see if that works for you? Also I would try on a computer if your mobile device keeps taking you to the other page. -Jordan, MSM Team

  • Gin T says:

    LOVED, LOVED, LOVED “Beneath A Scarlet Sky” What a powerful book! One of my all time favorites.

  • Lisa says:

    Our church uses Emotionally Healthy Spirituality as a teaching tool. You can get a workbook and devotional that goes with it to. The devotional is really good to read in time with the book. Too often people think just becoming a christian is the cure all and are confused when its not. With God’s help we still need to heal our lifetime of wounds.

  • Tina Johnson says:

    Just want to say that the link worked for me, and I signed up! Thanks for letting me know. At first, I was afraid I wouldn’t find one among the Kindle Unlimited category that I had a burning desire to read (I’ve very limited time for reading), but I was able to find several – definitely enough to make it worth it!

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