Thursday, November 10, 2011

Books on My Kindle

If you are like me, you like to snoop through other people’s libraries to see what they are reading.  These are the titles that are presently on my Kindle.  All of them were free (except Island of the World which was a gift) either because they are in public domain or because they were offered for free for a limited time via eReaderIQ.  (Please be aware that they offer a lot of smut so you may get tired of sifting through their daily lists.)  In addition to the 44 books here, I have 65 more on my Kindle Wish List.  I've had my Kindle for a year and have definitely gotten my money's worth.  I've crossed out the titles I've already read.

King Henry V by Shakespeare (1599)
Pilgrim’s Progress by Bunyan (1678)
Pascal’s Pensées  (1669)
Rime of the Ancient Mariner – Coleridge (1798)
Adventures of Ulysses by Charles Lamb (1808)
The Interior Life by Upham (1845)
Ruth by Gaskell (1853)
The Lifted Veil by George Eliot (1859)
Adam Bede by George Eliot (1859)
Madam How and Lady Why by Charles Kingsley (1869)
Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite by Trollope (1871)
Michael Strogoff by Jules Verne (1876)
Cousin Henry by Trollope (1879)
The Lady with the Dog – Chekhov (1899)
Book of Dragons by Nesbit (1900)
Famous Men of the Middle Ages  - Haaren (1904)
The Elusive Pimpernel – Orczy (1908)
Cy Whittaker’s Place by J.C. Lincoln (1908)
Literary Taste: How to Form It by Arnold Bennett (1909)
Psmith in the City – Wodehouse ((1910)
The House of the Whispering Pines –  Green (1910)
Rich Mrs. Burgoyne by Kathleen Thompson Norris (1912)
Confessions of Arsene Lupine by Leblanc (1913)
Penrod by Booth Tarkington (1914)
Travels in Alaska – John Muir (1915)
The Return of the Soldier by Rebecca West (1918)
The Golden Triangle by Leblanc (1918)
The Age of Innocence by Wharton (1920)
Penny Plain by O. Douglas (1920)
The Judge by Rebecca West (1922)
Fair Harbor by J.C. Lincoln (1922)
Freedom from Performing by Harling (2011)
The Art of the Commonplace by Wendell Berry (2002)
When I Lay my Isaac Down by Carol (2004)
A Praying Life – Paul Miller (2009)
Island of the World by O’Brien (2009)
A Child al Confino – Eric Lamet (2010)
Heart of Abundance – Candy Paull (2010)
Live Like You Mean It – T. J. Addington (2010)
Creed by Winfield Bevins (2011 Navpress)
Craving God Devotional by Lysa Terkeurst  (2011)
Simplify by Joshua Becker (2011) 
How to Publish on Amazon Kindle
Oxford Dictionary
Holy Bible – ESV


GretchenJoanna said...

You've got quite a library there at your fingertips! My husband received a Barnes & Noble Nook e-reader as a gift from his co-workers when he retired, and couldn't return it for cash, which he was thinking of spending on a Kindle. So he is using the Nook and thinks it is not very user-friendly. Also he hasn't found one free book -- they are all fairly pricey, compared to a used hard copy. And the Nook costs a lot more than the Kindle!

Carol in Oregon said...

Hope, this is a blog post to purloin if ever I saw one.

I may list my Kindle library. That's one stealing.

I will certainly download some treasures you have that I haven't.

What plunder!

And yes, I love-love-love looking at other's library!

Anonymous said...

I've enjoyed my Kindle as well.
Thank you so much for this list.

I went straight to Amazon and downloaded several that I didn't already have.

I follow the "free" lists on Amazon as well and it gets confusing when there are so many choices. So I really appreciate your picks.

I think I won't waste as much time with poor quality books now.

Thank you!

from paperback swap

hopeinbrazil said...

Carol, As soon as you post your list, I'm sure I'll be "stealing" too.