Free Kindle Books & More Healthy Living Deals – 7/19/14

Hi Readers!

I’ve had one of the busiest week’s of my entire life dealing with perhaps one of the biggest challenge that I have ever had to face.

I can’t share why now, but I will in the hopefully near future.

Stay tuned for the “interesting” details :).

I hope this finds you all well and not having too many “interesting big challenges” :).

This week there’s a really fabulous summit (sorry I’m getting this out to you late) and a few other deals including a HUGE list of Free Kindle Books.

Enjoy the savings and hopefully things will be a little less interesting next week so I can be in touch a little more.  But I suspect it’s going to be a few more weeks of “fun”.

Please note – the links in this post might be affiliate and/or referral links. If you click on them and make a purchase, I might make a commission. Your support is oh so much appreciated and helps keep this free resource up and running.

Just in case you missed it….$1300+ giveaway of 2 things I REALLY would like to win.


HERC oven giveaway - Titan Ready USA
This giveaway is really something. And you can win something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately.

Emergency Preparedness.

There are fires burning like crazy in Washington State right now.

You never know what you will need and when you will need it.

I don’t want fear to run my life, but being prepared is a good thing.

And you can enter to win these fantastic Emergency Water Storage System and HERC Emergency Ovens.

Seriously – I thought EZ Bake Ovens were fun, but they didn’t do enough for me as a kid. I quickly moved up to real life baking.

But now you could have your very own “grown up version” of the EZ Bake.

And it uses tea light candles instead of lightbulbs.


Cook anything. Anywhere with this oven. Enter to win here.

There will be 4 LUCKY winners of these fabulous prizes so don’t miss out!

HUGE Coconut Oil Sale at Tropical Traditions

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Also, you can get 50% off Gold Label gallon buckets.  This is high quality coconut oil (read my Tropical Traditions review here).

I keep gallon sizes of coconut oil in my pantry all the time.  Coconut oil has a long shelf life so really a 1 gallon size isn’t that much to purchase.

Right now, get 2 gallons of this top-notch coconut oil for $99.

Just $49.50 per gallon!

And they have some other great sales too – just click on the SALES link in the upper right corner of their site.

Some of their grass-fed beef is 50% off and their green drink is 35% off.  (Speaking of which I have a great green drink for sale in my store – at a HUGE discount.)

These 5 gallon buckets retail for $370, but you can get the for $185 through July 13th.  That’s just $37/gallon for top notch coconut oil.

New to Tropical Traditions?  You’ll get a free book with great info about coconut oil as well as a load of great recipes with your first order :).

YUMMY Clean Almonds – 10% off

Just Almonds

I’ve been a happy Just Almonds customer for a long time.

They are great sponsors and they have great almonds that are super sweet.  MUCH better than the grocery store almonds.

Once I found out that the government is putting Engine Fuel on Almonds (ummmm…you should read that post if you haven’t already. It wasn’t really a smart decision for the gov’t to do that.  Sigh.  And they think they can run more and more things every day.  I digress.) I went on the hunt for almonds that don’t have fuel on them — because who wants to eat fuel?

Not me and not my family,

Just Almonds’ almonds are really good.  The first time I made my homemade almond butter out of these almonds my husband said, “What did you do to the almond butter this time? It’s so sweet?!”

Their Non Pareils are super sweet.  Get 10% off your order with code WNM.

Free Kindle Books

As always, these books are free at the time of posting, but the prices could change at any time.

And there’s no need to buy a Kindle to be able to read these books (one less thing to have in your home, eh :)?)

Just download Kindle for PC or Mac here and read your books comfortably on your own computer.  Nice.

33 Top Essential Oil Recipes

I have had a few requests for making essential oils blends since I posted my Homemade Antibacterial Blend recipe.
Well – here you go :)!

33 Top Essential Oil Recipes

Greenhouse Gardening

Greenhouse Gardening

Dirt Cheap Organic

Dirt Cheap Organic

Beginner’s Guide to Organic Vegetable Gardening

Beginner's Guide to Organic Vegetable Gardening

Natural Homemade Pest Repellents

Natural Homemade Pest Repellents

Homesteading Animals 4-Book Bundle

Homesteading Animals 4-Book Bundle

Natural Cure for Arthritis

Natural Cure for Arthritis

Survival Pocket App

Survival Pocket App

Canning Guide for Beginners

Canning Guide for Beginners

Delicious & Simple Kale Recipes

Delicious & Simple Kale Recipes

How to Grow Gorgeous Gardens Indoors with Modern Gardening Techniques

How to Grow Gorgeous Gardens Indoors

Urban Beekeeping

Urban Beekeeping



Speed Reading

My husband had a speed reading course that he took years ago. It had some crazy CD of music you were supposed to listen to while reading. One of his friends said that when he heard the music he imagined my husband dancing in a disco-type room in a brightly-colored shirt.
Glad this one doesn’t come with a CD :).

Speed Reading

That’s all for now – see you all next week, hopefully!

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  1. Oh I so wish the books were available for the iPad! I would love to be able to read some of the free books you link to.

    • Oh – can you read them on your computer?

      • Not that I know of. When I visit the link (Amazon) it says to download to a Kindle. I don’t have a kindle – just a mac computer and an iPad. I have never tried to download to either device.

        Do you think it would work?

        • In the post it has a link to download Kindle for Mac. It’s at the top of the free kindle books section . Try that and you can read them on your computer – :).

          • Found it. Downloaded it. Now on to the harder part…do I need to sign up for Kindle Unlimited for $9.99 a month to be able to read the books for free? The books (some of them) are now showing a price associated with the title. Or it’s free with the Kindle Unlimited.

            Thanks for being patient with me. 🙂

          • You don’t. The books just might not be free anymore so wait ’til you get a new post from me (or go to my Facebook page where I share them as often as I can) and you can read those for free on the Kindle you downloaded. 🙂

  2. Hi Adrienne
    A small quibble about give-aways. I am used to contests only being open to the US; if I think that is the case, I will not check it out. It takes time just to find out it is not available. My suggestion is to specify in the main text who is eligible. For this contest, you could say that winners from the US get free shipping and then provide links (for each prize) to specify shipping costs for other locations.
    Whoa! Lots more work for you unless the suppliers provide an easy link. If they don’t, you could say that entrants outside the US need to check each supplier for shipping. The amount of work I would undertake to determine shipping would be commensurate to the value I place on the prize.
    Obviously I cannot speak for others but maybe you think my idea has merit.

    • I will forward this on to the lady who set this up. I think it’s a valid point. I do know we were under the gun to do this one so it was hard. You could enter and I could ship it to you if you win :)?

    • This is the response (s) from a few of the ladies involved. Sounds kind of murky to me. Sigh.

      The guidelines of this being open only to US residents is in the main text. Shipping to outside areas of the country may require hoops manufaturers may not want to jump with import/export taxes and fees, etc. The manufacturers determine who they will ship to.

      Jennifer Osuch Yes, the guidelines are in the main text. I’m assuming this is a person not from the US. The thing is that not only can we not control where manufactures ship to, but there are sweepstakes laws that we must follow. Those laws not only vary from state to state but also from country to country. Honestly, I’m not versed in international law. It’s all I can do to keep up with the laws in the US (and I can’t guarantee those 100% because I’m not a lawyer–although, (name removed) and I do our best). Not to mention all the import/export taxes and fees as (name removed) mentioned.

      Let’s start with the fact that I am not a lawyer. But I must share my own opinion. Some countries require translation in offical language in order to have a giveaway in their country. Some countries cannot even guarantee a delivery of the prize. The US has Trade Restrictions with some countries. Some countries TAX the winner for the prize. If the winner does not pay the tax we (the hosts of the giveaway) are liable for that tax. Canada and Quebec have rules such as a a fee up to 10% of the prize value. Some countries tax the HOST (those doing the giveaway) for the giveaway value. In Australia we would need a PERMIT to allow them to win a giveaway. This is why I will only do giveaways in the 48 Continental US. This is why I always use the term in the conditions this giveaway is null and void if it it unlawful in your home, state or country.

  3. Wow, awesome selection of books this time!! I usually pick a few, this time I took advantage of almost all of them! I guess I’d better read that last one first! LOL!