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Free Kindle Books

4 Apr

Free Kindle books are the perfect incentive to buy a Kindle, for those of you tired of¬†traditional paper books. No longer will your bookcases be cluttered with ageing books. Never again will your paperbacks be dog-eared and covered in teething marks from young children… Er, maybe that’s just my experience! However, my Kindle is definitely a great convenience for me and enables me to quadruple my book collection without building a house-extension for the extra bookcases.

Knitting and Crochet Free Kindle Books

The other great thing about Kindle is: you can often pick up free Kindle books, from the Amazon bestsellers list or because the books are out of copyright due to age. Here’s a quick list of some current knitting and crochet related Kindle freebies:

*While most of these books are free patterns or instruction manuals, the Hilda Hopkins book is actually a knitting-themed novel – featuring the discovery of some realistic amigurumi knitted dolls, several murders and an elderly woman with a love of machine-knitting! Vivienne Fagan has written eight Hilda Hopkins novels – this freebie is the first novel in the series.

If you’re interested in any of the above free Kindle books, I recommend that you download them now – Amazon prices are subject to change! (And do check the books are still free before buying them – prices were checked at the time this post was written.) If you don’t have a Kindle (yet), then you can read your Kindle books on one of the free reading apps for Android, PC, Mac, iPhone, etc.