Kindle Non-Fiction

This category of Kindle books proves that sometimes, “Truth is stranger than fiction.” Here, you’ll find real-life stories of infamous historical figures, commentary on current events, instructional books and guides, philosophical theories, scientific facts, and much, much more. Peruse this section to satiate your curiosity and learn some truly amazing things about the world around us.

Great Quotes For Gardeners

Craig Hlas

In “Great Quotes For Gardeners,” you’ll find hundreds of quotations aimed at inspiring those who enjoy and love gardens — and that’s just about everyone. “Gardening is the art that uses flowers and plants as paint, and the soil and sky as canvas.” — Elizabeth Murray The gardener is always learning, often pausing to contemplate ... Read more

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Free: It Is What It Is, Because It Never Was, And What Never Was, Can Never Be

Ronnell Beaty

This book is based on the first part of my life written in the form of poetry. Basically, my many different experiences, what I have learned, and what I have been through so far in my life. I hope you find this new form of poetry exciting, and encouraging. Please if you can at your ... Read more

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The Evolution of Blog

Mike Senczyszak

A compilation of memorable blog posts from SENCZYSZAK.COM, re-edited and reimagined for the Kindle universe. If, like me, you’ve struggled with motivation, grappled with self-doubt, obsessed over site analytics, and over-critiqued everything you’ve ever written—you are not alone. Welcome to ‘The Evolution of Blog’—erratic ramblings of a deluded mind. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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The Body Blog: Explorations in Science and Culture

Rachel K. Wentz

WINNER OF THE FLORIDA AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION SILVER MEDAL PRESIDENT’S AWARD IN ADULT NONFICTION. “Replete with anecdotes and examples, this book is the perfect read for those curious about the wonders of the human body, and death itself.” – IndieReader Discovery Awards Review Natural selection has been honing the human form for millions of ... Read more

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When Crisis Hits Suburbia

Ted Riley

Would your family survive in lockdown if society were to collapse? Learn how to prepare your home now. We are used to a world in which our homes are supplied with fresh water, gas, and electricity. We’re used to having our waste removed and our sanitary needs met. These are all things we’ve come to ... Read more

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90 Days to Live

Rodney Stamps

An award-winning inspiring and unforgettable memoir of one couple’s push for survival in the face of insurmountable odds. $6.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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Free: How to Build a Slightly Above-Average Body – 2nd Edition

Nate Botsis

How to Build a Slightly Above-Average Body is a book for people who would like to learn some good workouts they can do at the gym to help them build a better-looking body. Short and fun, this book argues that the key to building a slightly above-average body is to consistently do between three and ... Read more

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Heavenly Flood

SH Scholar

Still considered as literal truth by many people around the world, the tale of the Biblical flood has been one of history’s most fascinating but controversial mysteries. However, new research into the story’s origin has taken a direction no one could have expected; an astronomical event during the 4th Millennium BCE in the skies above ... Read more

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Magic & Longing (London 2020-21)

V A McGuinness

  Thirty free verse urban poems on the mystery and fragility of life and time. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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Moving Forward: Reflections on Autism, Neurodiversity, Brain Surgery and Faith

Jacki Edry

Moving Forward is a journey between the worlds of autism, neurodiversity, brain surgery recovery, and faith. It provides a rare glimpse into how sensory and neurological processing affect functioning and thought, through the eyes of a professional, parent, and woman who has experienced them firsthand. Moving Forward enables you to step into the shoes of ... Read more

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Life and Death at Windover: Excavations of a 7,000-Year-Old Pond Cemetery

Rachel K. Wentz

In 1982, a backhoe operator demucking a small pond at the new Windover Farms housing development in Titusville, Florida, uncovered a human skull. The bones of several other individuals soon emerged from the pond’s base and researchers would be astounded to learn that the burials were constructed over 7,000 years ago. The pond held the remains ... Read more

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Free: Make Enterprise Great Again: The Gods Must Be Crazy!

Saji Madapat / EPM Mavericks

This book will blow away your preconceptions of the almighty American Empire and its Enterprises. I guarantee it. This book takes its title from the 1980 comedy film “The Gods Must Be Crazy,” in which an empty Coca-Cola bottle is dropped from a plane onto a community of African bushmen. The bottle is thought to ... Read more

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Disclosure Protocol

J Weston Lighthill

Operations manual for the Office of the Absolute Director of, devised and redacted for the use of potential recruits for the Disclosure Protocol initiative. As a recruit for the ABDO (Absolute Director Of), an appointed Officer in charge of all things relating to the Disclosure Program, this includes: aerial phenomena, top-secret programs, specialized retrieval teams, ... Read more

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Plot Your Way to Publication: From Idea to Outline

Brenda Hill

Have a Great Idea for a Novel, but Don’t Know How or Where to Begin? PLOT YOUR WAY to PUBLICATION will guide you. Have you already begun your novel, but have hit a wall with no idea what to write next? PLOT YOUR WAY TO PUBLICATION will show you the way. A simple, step-by-step method ... Read more

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Stop Waiting, Start YOUR Business!

Gaelle Jaron

How would the world look like if 1%, 2% or more of the people who have a vague business idea would simply…start working on it? This guide is specifically designed for anyone who yet has doubts or, does not know how to start, or…whatever the reason is to remain stuck. At the end of this ... Read more

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Demystifying Enlightenment: Messages, Signs, and Predictions From The Spiritual World

Dennis Macy

Demystifying Enlightenment is a glimpse into what angels, spirits, and our dearly departed want us to know. It provides insight into the world we live in and the one to come. Hopefully, you’ll be prepared to make the right decisions to shape a better future for yourself and others. If you’re seeking answers and guidance ... Read more

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Free: Whisper The Wind: Leaves Will Fall

R.W. Flesher

Short poems and whispers with some silent roars. A contemplation, a reflection, of the forest asleep and come to life. Deep, sometimes an excitement of humor, the poems carry the reader past deadened logs, and the sparkle of forest life. Profound, as ‘What You Shall Be’, and then the quickly riveting colors of ‘Silver Birches’, ... Read more

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The Adversity Success Principles

Guy Francois

In Adversity Success Principles, this successful real estate investor shares his own remarkable story and prescribes 12 success principles for transforming your life by using adversity to your advantage. Focusing on the 12 areas of life that every successful individual practice – unlearn negative habits, develop clear imagination, practice undying faith in self and others, ... Read more

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Running Back in Time: Discovering the Formula to Beat the Aging Process and Get Younger

Zeev Gilkis

At the age of 68, Dr. Zeev Gilkis decided to give himself an unusual present for his 70th birthday: running a full Marathon. Join Zeev in this adventure and discover that age doesn’t matter. You too can achieve anything you truly dream of. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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The DNA of Democracy

Richard C. Lyons

An American poet writes a compilation of historical vignettes, discerning the future of our democracy by rediscovering the combative, instructive, fascinating past of tyranny and democracy. Just as DNA is interwoven in every aspect of the human body, tyranny and democracy have their historically distinctive DNA that have shaped our democracy today. From Israel’s Ten ... Read more

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Free: Spaceship Earth: Return of the Star Tribes

Joy Elaine

Worldwide disaster is forestalled by implementing an unprecedented strategy. After that dust settles, the team must figure out how to dispose of nine-million-year-old toxic waste left by the Annunaki. Other remarkable events: Arthur and Guinevere tell their story; scoops on Stonehenge, Noah, and Nessie; collectives that became extinct return to once more assist the Earth; ... Read more

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How to Self Publish Inexpensive Books and Ebooks: U.S. Edition, 2nd Edition

William Allan

BONUS: This ebook offers a free lengthy downloadable list of ebook promotion websites for discounted and free ebooks. The websites include every genre and range of books. William Allan wants to help you sell your ebooks. Allan’s ebook will tell you: * Why you need and how to get professional editing, cover design and page ... Read more

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Athena in The Rathole (Biography)

Demi K

Athena is born at the wrong time, to the wrong parents, and in the wrong country. Her parents are Greek immigrants trying to find their way in America. Athena bounces between two countries, two cultures, eating Greek eyeball stew and lamb’s brain on the one hand, and ice cream cones with sprinkles on the other. ... Read more

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Rustle of the Leaves

R.W. Flesher

Poetic reflections of the forest coming to life in this anthology of the outdoors writing from the author. Includes ‘Whisper the Wind’, ‘Northern Woods’ & ‘Hawthorn & Hyacinth’. Trapper tales and woodsman lore throw dashes of humor to repose the wistful musings from the forest floor. $3.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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First Steps to Fly Fishing: The 1924 Classic Updated for Today

Laura Neely

Fishing with the basics: a rod, a reel, some line, and an artificial “fly” that imitates a fish’s prey is the very definition of fly fishing. Today’s technology has no doubt improved the quality and durability of the equipment and materials of fly fishing, and the basics of the art of fly fishing have remained ... Read more

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El Tercer Pais

Michael S. Malone

Two of the most important cities in North America are so physically close they would touch were they not separated by a wall at the US-Mexico border. El Tercer País tells the story of Tijuana and San Diego for the first time—an unforgettable tale of war and peaceful cooperation, dependency and shared destiny, exploitation and ... Read more

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Mom, Dad…Can We Talk?: Helping Our Aging Parents with the Insight and Wisdom of Others

Laura Neely

Mom, Dad…Can We Talk? is for the tens of millions of people dealing with concerns for aging parents. It is controversial, sometimes humorous, often poignant, encouraging — and always helpful. The book is rich with stories of adult children who have been challenged and rewarded in this final stage of the parent-child relationship. It includes ... Read more

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Imagine the Path

Gina Merlino

The humanities are relevant in today’s world. Art, history, literature, music, and other subjects have value. With technology, we can integrate the humanities in our work and education. These subjects are timeless and have a wealth of material to explore. $2.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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Rideshare Revelations From An La Uber Driver

Mark Nisall

What really happens inside an Uber? Rideshare passengers can be fun, interesting and wildly entertaining. But some individuals are strange, deeply troubled or bizarre at times. So fasten your seatbelts and get ready for some crazy rides around Southern California. $0.99 on Kindle.... Read more

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Behind the Scoop: Why You Should Think and Act Like a Journalist

Johannes Koch

Sick and tired of the news? Want to understand why we need journalism? Do you want to know what makes great journalism? Want a behind-the-scenes look at how journalists operate? Behind the Scoop: Why You Should Think and Act like a Journalist is a short and sharp book that will help you identify and write ... Read more

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Free: 50 One Syllable Words You Might Not Know

Nate Botsis

This is a short eBook designed to help you augment your knowledge of some of the shorter words in the English language. All the words in this eBook include the modern-day Google definition, the definition from Noah Webster’s 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language, and the definition from Samuel Johnson’s 1755 A Dictionary of ... Read more

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The DNA of Democracy

Richard Lyons

Historical vignettes discerning the future of our democracy by rediscovering the fascinating past of tyranny & democracy. Just as DNA is interwoven in every aspect of the human body, tyranny and democracy have their historically distinctive DNA. From Israel’s Ten Commandments to the overthrow of kings in England & America, he constructs a blueprint of ... Read more

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Free: The Road to Sobriety

Timothy Clancy

Are you struggling with an addiction and looking for something or someone to relate to? Are you looking for advice on proven and sustainable methods to achieve sobriety? Have you been struggling to understand what is going on in the mind of your loved one as they battle through addiction? Sobriety is a huge step ... Read more

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Rational Empathy

Rohit Balakrishnan

Since time immemorial, humanity has passionately debated over the ideas of right and wrong, good and evil. Is morality a matter of personal opinion? Is it something for an authority to decide for the rest of us? The answer is neither: Morality is demonstrated to be an objective truth, derived through pure logic. The mind, ... Read more

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Free: Return of Dragons: Journal of Galactic Romance and Global Evolution

Joy Elaine

In the fifth book of this compelling, metaphysical journey, the Joy Council intervenes to prevent dragons from being lured to their deaths as the new dragon prince’s life is endangered. A new world must be created if the dragons have any chance of escaping a 900-year-old relentless tracker. But don’t get too comfortable, because a ... Read more

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Free: Make Enterprise Great Again: The Gods Must Be Crazy!

saji madapat

Is U.S. capitalism failing? Is China as an economic force that we should worry about? Should we return Roosevelt-like policies to build a capitalistic society that works for all? This book digs into these questions and more. A note from the author: I, too, had an excruciating 2020. To begin with, including COVID taking my ... Read more

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Free: Flawless Launches – Profitable Products

Eric Maass

This book shares a proven path to successful, profitable new products. Probabilistic, model-based thinking, also called Predictive Engineering, defines profitable products to delight customers and investors. During product development, predictive engineering ensures customer and business expectations for cost and time to market are met or exceeded. Predictive Engineering prepares the supply chain so the new ... Read more

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Capitol Hill’s Criminal Underground

Richard Lawless

This is a true story about the theft of $70,000,000 from the American people. The involvement of United States Senators and Senior Wall Street Executives. Rated 4.4 Stars on Amazon with over 50 reviews. Find the innocent Senator and win $100,000. $2.99 on Kindle... Read more

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Alone I Did It

Tzuri king

WARNING: This book will infect you with a serious wander lust that might send you traveling all over the world! ALONE I DID IT is a fascinating adventure story embedded with exciting sub stories of the author’s travels through the world’s most breathtaking landscapes from the Himalayas, where he experienced a character-changing encounter with local ... Read more

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Mom, Dad…Can We Talk? Helping Our Aging Parents with the Insight and Wisdom of Others

Dick Edwards

Mom, Dad…Can We Talk? is for the tens of millions of people dealing with concerns for aging parents. It is controversial, sometimes humorous, often poignant, encouraging — and always helpful. The book is rich with stories of adult children who have been challenged and rewarded in this final stage of the parent-child relationship. It includes ... Read more

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