9 FREE Kindle eBooks For World Book Day – EXP 4/24/2019

Amazon World Book Day
Amazon is celebrating world book day by offering 9 Kindle eBooks for FREE for a limited time. Deal ends April 24, 2019.

The 9 Kindle eBooks are:

$10 Off Your First eBook or Audiobook at Walmart eBooks by Rakuten kobo

Walmart eBooks by Rakuten kobo is offering $10 off your first eBook or audiobook purchase for a limited time. This offer is only valid for new customers and order must be $10.01 or more (excluding tax). It is not valid in conjunction with any other offer or promotion and cannot be used to adjust amount paid on previous purchases. The deal is valid till December 31, 2019 at 11:59 pm est.

Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy eBook for 99-Cents

Amazon has George Gilder’s Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy ebook for Kindle for 99-cents (9.99 value) for a limited time.

The Age of Google, built on big data and machine intelligence, has been an awesome era. But it’s coming to an end. In Life after Google, George Gilder—the peerless visionary of technology and culture—explains why Silicon Valley is suffering a nervous breakdown and what to expect as the post-Google age dawns.

1-Year Subscription to Health Magazine for FREE

Mercury Magazine offers a 1-Year Subscription to Health Magazine for FREE (Amazon currently has it for $5) for a limited time.

Health Magazine is one of the most popular health-related periodicals for women. It features a variety of content geared toward living healthily and enjoying life. Subjects like fashion tips, dieting tips, sleep aids, and workout tips are frequently covered. Content is corroborated by research from renowned medical professionals. A one-year subscription includes 10 issues.

The Big Store: Inside the Crisis and Revolution at Sears Audiobook for FREE

Amazon and Audible have The Big Store: Inside the Crisis and Revolution at Sears Audiobook for FREE (regularly $9.99) for a limited time.

In 1972, Sears, Roebuck, and Co. was America’s greatest store, accounting for over 1 percent of the gross national product. Suddenly, profits plummeted and the stock price collapsed. Sears was at civil war and in need of a new leader. In 1978, Edward R. Telling became the Sears chairman, and by 1984 Sears was back on top, bigger than ever. Telling turned things around so dramatically it seemed like a miracle. But the resurrection of Sears as a great American merchant was no miracle, but the result of the power, vision, and will of strong leadership.

Award-winning author Donald Katz, who received unprecedented and unrestricted access to Sears’s records, meetings, and executives, delivers a spellbinding account that gives you a front-row seat to a corporate revolution. Katz is the founder and CEO of Audible, the leading provider of spoken audio information and entertainment.