Free non-fiction Kindle books for 18 Jun 18

Getting COMFY: Your Morning Guide to Daily Happiness

by Jordan Gross

Want to start getting a little bit better every single day, right when you wake up? 

Get COMFY in the morning!

Get COMFY in your own skin!

Get COMFY with the rest of your life!

In a society based on constant external pressure to succeed, Getting COMFY is an internal method that thwarts this pressure right when you wake up. It is a 5-step voyage that soothes the mind and energizes the body as you approach the rest of the day. We may have un-COMFY feelings with our bodies, our jobs, or our schoolwork. This has happened to me too. But the way we respond to these situations is what we can control, what ultimately leads us to the people we strive to be, and what leads us to Getting COMFY! 

Getting COMFY will:

-Provide a variety of stories to grab your attention
-Delve deep into my life and the lives of a few others to share how we have been impacted by the Getting COMFY mindset
-Be short and to the point so you’re not intimidated by a 300-page novel
-Offer lists and examples of ideas and recommendations to implement into your routines, starting now
-Create challenges for you to attempt and share with friends

Getting COMFY is all about you. So get up, get ready, and Get COMFY!



The Dragon Grammar Book: Grammar for Kids, Dragons, and the Whole Kingdom

by Diane Mae Robinson

Finally! An easy-to-understand English grammar book with fun grammar lessons for middle grades and up. An excellent reference for homeschool grammar lessons.

The Dragon Grammar Book is the ideal grammar book for kids, dragons, and adults who need a refresher course on English grammar rules. From multi-award winning children’s fantasy author, Diane Mae Robinson, The Dragon Grammar Book introduces middle grades, teens and young adults, and adults to the basic grammar rules of the English language with easy grammar lessons. Featuring the zany fantasy characters in the author’s The Pen Pieyu Adventures series, The Dragon Grammar Book is sure to be enjoyed by the whole kingdom.

Content includes:
-Grammar terminology and explanations.
-Confusing words.
-Punctuation and grammar rules.
-Types of sentences.
-Proper sentence structure.
-Parts of speech.
-Verb agreement.
-Language arts skills.
And more.

“With clear examples and fun activities, this book is a must-have for readers and aspiring writers.”
-Peter Takach, English Teacher and Grammarian

“Having a useful resource that engages students and includes a wide variety of grammar rules with short, fun examples is difficult to find. Robinson has produced a winner with this easy-to-navigate, all-inclusive, grammar book for kids.”
-Literary Titan

“I’ve rarely come across as well presented and entertaining an approach to what can be an intimidating subject, particularly for a young audience or for adults learning English as a second language. Robinson gets to the heart of the really puzzling aspects of grammar and offers them up in a format designed to make learning grammar more fun.”
-Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite

“Author Diane Mae Robinson has written an excellent and fun book on grammar that children and adults will comprehend. Schools, libraries, writers, and readers will benefit from this easy-to-understand grammar book.”
-Barbara Fanson for Readers’ Favorite

“As a homeschool mom, I love using this book to teach my kids homeschool grammar because it is fun and engaging and helps them actually understand grammar while having fun! “
-Christine Suarez

“Do you think English grammar is fun? No? Join the club. It can be torture. However, there is a book called The Dragon Grammar Book by Diane Mae Robinson and it might just change your opinion about grammar books.”
-Kim Anisi for Readers’ Favorite



Cryptocurrency 101: Getting Crypto Newbies on the Right Track

by Kris Lawrence

You’ve probably heard a few of the success stories about how people are making a fortune out of cryptocurrency trading and now is the perfect time to try it out yourself.

But you must be asking yourself where to start given the fact that there are different known types of cryptocurrencies and many forms of technologies to understand.

Cryptocurrency can prove to be quite an overwhelming subject, for persons who are new to it and it may seem that you are vanishing in an endless sea of the unknown. It takes time and patience as well as plenty of research to know how to start while avoiding costly mistakes.

Don’t you worry though; with “Cryptocurrency 101: Getting Crypto Newbies on the Right Track”, you have a book which is made up of:

-breakdown of the cryptocurrency basics

-key issues every new cryptocurrency investor needs to know

-what crypto wallets are

-how they are used

-how and where to trade using cryptocurrency

-and much much more

This guide is tailored to give you an idea of what to expect on your impending crypto journey.

Most importantly, it will advise you on how and where to begin.

We’ve done all the hard work so that you can enjoy the journey. Brace yourself as you may find this to be the most thrilling ride of your lifetime.



Shakespeare in Hate: Emotions, Passions, Selfhood (Routledge Studies in Shakespeare)

by Peter Kishore Saval

Hate, malice, rage, and enmity: what would Shakespeare’s plays be without these demonic, unruly passions? This book studies how the tirades and unrestrained villainy of Shakespeare’s art explode the decorum and safety of our sanitized lives and challenge the limits of our selfhood. Everyone knows Shakespeare to be the exemplary poet of love, but how many celebrate his clarifying expressions of hatred? How many of us do not at some time feel that we have come away from his plays transformed by hate and washed clean by savage indignation? Saval fills the great gap in the interpretation of Shakespeare’s unsocial feelings. The book asserts that emotions, as Aristotle claims in the Rhetoric, are connected to judgments. Under such a view, hatred and rage in Shakespeare cease to be a “blinding” of judgment or a loss of reason, but become claims upon the world that can be evaluated and interpreted. The literary criticism of anger and hate provides an alternative vision of the experience of Shakespeare’s theater as an intensification of human experience that takes us far beyond criticism’s traditional contexts of character, culture, and ethics. The volume, which is alive to the judgmental character of emotions, transforms the way we see the rancorous passions and the disorderly and disobedient demands of anger and hatred. Above all, it reminds us why Shakespeare is the exemplary creator of that rare yet pleasurable thing: a good hater.



Journal 5: Chapter 3

by Investec Asset Management

THE CONTENT OF THIS JOURNAL IS INTENDED FOR PROFESSIONAL INVESTORS AND THOSE WITH A SOPHISTICATED KNOWLEDGE OF FINANCIAL MARKETS (E.G. FINANCIAL JOURNALISTS, ACADEMICS ETC.) AND SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON BY ANYONE ELSE.

The research and insight of the Investment Institute is primarily shared through The Journal, now in its fifth year of publication. It includes the Investor’s View profiling the perspectives of global chief investment officers from leading asset allocators around the world.



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