The Return of Tarzan – Edgar Rice Burroughs

Copies of The Return of Tarzan have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Tarzan of the Apes

Copies of Tarzan of the Apes have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Jules Verne – Around the World in 80 Days


Copies of Around the World in Eighty Days have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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The Scarlet Pimpernel

At it’s most basic elements, the Scarlet Pimpernel is the story of a man, and his friends, working to save the lives of those who are being persecuted because of an aspect of their life determined not by their choices, but by their birth.   Viewed from that very high concept level, it becomes a story in which we can find story points that remain relevant more than a hundred years after hit was written, and closer to two centuries after the setting of the story’s events.

Copies of the Scarlet Pimpernel have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Anthony Hope – Prisoner of Zenda

Written in the 1890s the Prisoner of Zenda is a grand adventure story about a man who looks so very much like a distant cousin, who happens to be of some import, what with his being a Prince and all, that he is able to step into said cousin’s shoes, if only for a day, and help him out of a spot of trouble.  But as is so often the case, the best laid plans go awry, for all concerned, and that’s when things get truly interesting.

Copies of The Prisoner of Zenda have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Veterans Day – World War II

Every year we set aside two days where we think about those who have served our country in the Military.  On Memorial Day we remember those who paid the ultimate price, and did not return home.  For those who served that is a hard day, because they find themselves recalling, all too clearly, the friends who served along side them, but did not return home with them.

Veterans day is when we thank those who did return home for their service.  To some that has become a trite expression, to others the words pale in comparison to the events they all too clearly bring to mind.  It is a day when some Veterans will put on some article of clothing that alerts others to their service, and others will avoid such outward signs of their time in the service.  The amount of time they spent in uniform bears no connection to that decision from what I have seen, each is simply finding their way forward the only way they know how.

Fewer and fewer World War II Veterans stand among us these days, perhaps making it more important than ever to remember the lessons of their lives.  Having met some of the Nisei, Americans whose parents had immigrated from Japan, and heard their story from them first hand, in a one on one situation (well, more like 7 or 8 of them, and 1 teenage me), having listened to them talk about how important it was to them, as Americans, to be allowed to fight for their country, I encourage my peers to reach out to those who experienced the World at War, the war that came after “The Great War” that a generation had hoped would be “the War to end all Wars”, and hear what they have to say, while they are still here to say it.

Copies of 4 World War II books have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Hamilton – Nope, not just Broadway Musical

A name that seems to have taken America by storm in the past two years is Hamilton, Alexander Hamilton.  Whether you have seen the musical, simply heard the songs, or been curious but not yet had a chance to seek out the show so many people from all walks of life are talking about, some books about the man himself, and his life, may be of interest.

The books we found for those whose curiosity has been piqued, and want to learn a bit more, are:

Copies of all 5 of the above mentioned Alexander Hamilton booklets have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Eye-Catching Black Silhouette on the Gold Background is official artwork from Hamilton the Musical -- all rights belong to the original creators.

Quote included with the image is from Alexander Hamilton, not the musical.

 

Dave Dawson at Truk by R. Sidney Bowen

Part of a series of books written for teen readers, Dave Dawson at Truk is a novel set in WWII, written by a man who served as an aviator in WWI.  As Xist Classics notes in their about the author section:

R. Sidney Bowen was an author, journalist, fighter pilot and magazine editor born in Boston in 1900 and died in Hawaii at the age of 76. Best known for his various series of adventure books for boys during WWII, he seemingly based his main character in this series, Dave Dawson, after himself and his flying adventures during World War I.

Copies of Dave Dawson at Truk have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Meditations of Marcus Aurelius

Of all the far off places books can take us, some of those most awe-inspiring, are into the hearts and minds of those who lived in times gone by.  Part of that comes from the simple realization that so many of the topics, and issues they write about, and thoughts they share, remain relevant decades, and centuries later.

Marcus Aurelius was Emperor of Rome from 161 to 180 AD.  In this book, Meditations, we are given a chance to read his writings, his thoughts, and for a moment, travel back in time, and realize that some things are timeless.

Copies of Meditations have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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The Gallic Wars – Julius Caesar

Originally composed for propaganda purposes, Julius Caesar’s war diary is one of the earliest examples of a military science manual, detailing arms technology, tactical maneuvers, battlefield politics, espionage, intelligence and even the role played by luck in ground and sea campaigns.

Copies of Julius Caesar‘s The Gallic Wars have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Believed to have been written in 1599, the Shakespeare play Julius Caesar is about events famously known for taking place on the Ides of March.  As the description of this Dream Classics edition notes:

Although the title of the play is Julius Caesar, Caesar is not the central character in its action; he appears in only three scenes, and is killed at the beginning of the third act. The protagonist of the play is Marcus Brutus, and the central psychological drama is his struggle between the conflicting demands of honour, patriotism, and friendship.

Copies of Julius Caesar have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Henry David Thoreau – Civil Disobedience

A challenge to his readers, to the people of a still somewhat young America, Henry David Thoreau‘s Civil Disobedience, written in 1849 called upon those who would listen to let their government know how they felt, and what they wanted, not through violence or uprisings, but through Civil Disobedience.   One of his more interesting arguments might be summed up in current terms as “vote with your pocket books.”  In his case, he was opposed to paying his property tax, not wanting to support his State, or the government thereof, which he felt was not meetings either the needs, or demands, of those it governed.  He had strong opinions on the topics of the time, Slavery, and the Mexican-American War, and by the tone of this essay, sounds confident his fellow citizens likewise have opinions, likely strong ones as well, but are in need of a way to make them known to those in a position to use that information, and hopefully act on it.

While not an easy read, written in the style of the mid-1800s, this is something many of us read in school, and there is a reason.  This short read will hopefully inspire thought, not just about the time and world in which Henry David Thoreau lived, but the times in which we are living, and how we can act, and what we can do, to create the world in which we want to live.

Copies of Civil Disobedience have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Sun Tzu – The Art of War

The more I work on this project of selecting a book a day to share with others, the more I find myself encountering books that countless people have referenced to me, and yet when I’ve asked them “Was it a good read?” they have sheepishly admitted they have never actually read it, but they know all about it.  Whether it is because they learned about it in school, heard about it from friends, read an article about it somewhere that referred to it so extensively they felt that had gotten the meat of the book within the article, or through some other means they felt the bulk of the content had been imparted to them, the fact remains that often we have had so much contact with the byproducts of a work that we do not always know whether or not we have gone back to the well, and had a first hand interaction with the source itself.

For me, the Art of War, a deceptively short read it turns out, is such a work.  I have heard it referred to so many times over the years that I feel as though I must have heard every portion of it, though undoubtedly out of context, and in odd fragments, and yet I know I have not paid a visit to this particular well — until now.

Copies of the Art of War have been added to the current CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up (new library as of Nov 1) should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

As a child, I recall kids finding it endlessly humorous this time of year to ask as if it were a great riddle: do you know who the title character of Frankenstein is?  The monster — or the Doctor who created the monster?

Perhaps it is because it seems a great many know the story of Frankenstein, and yet not quite as many have actually read the story, that everyone is certain the know the answer to the question, and will argue for their answer, without feeling the need to reach for their trusty copy of Mary Shelley‘s tale to reveal the answer once and for all.

Then again, there are some of us, who when we close our eyes and think of Frankenstein’s Monster (yes, sorry, Frankenstein was the Dr… Dr. Victor Frankenstein) prefer to think of poor misunderstood Herman Munster.

Copies of Frankenstein have been added to the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Robert Louis Stevenson – The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

It is the complete package that makes us who we are, every aspect of our personalities, the lives we have led, our experiences and how we have dealt with them that have in turn helped to shape who we are today.  But what if we could chose to change some part of us… or perhaps remove the negative, would that automatically make us a better person?  Or do we need our inner struggles, and impulses, to help us achieve a balance between good and evil that ultimately helps us to define who we are as a person?

These are the themes Robert Louis Stevenson sought to explore in his work The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.  A work that introduced the phrase “Jekyll and Hyde” into our language, and brought the concept of split personality to the attention of many for whom the concept was previously hard to imagine.

Copies of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde have been added to the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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John William Polidori’s Vampyre

Yesterday, when we decided to share Bram Stoker’s Dracula, it was in part because he is considered by many to be the most famous literary vampire, and by others he is considered to be the Vampire that launched the genre.  With that second thought in mind we spent a few seconds on the internet searching to see if we could discover where Dracula truly fell in the history of literary vampires, and quickly discovered a work reputed to be among the earliest, and quite possibly responsible for the genre that is now so widely known and enjoyed.

Today, we look further back, towards the beginning of a genre many can’t help but think of this time of year.

{John William Polidori’s} The Vampyre: A Tale is based on a fragment written by Lord Byron in 1816 during a gathering of author friends who, trapped inside due to bad weather, decided to write ghost stories. It was the first vampire story in English prose, and as such had a wide-ranging influence, almost single-handedly creating the now-popular image of the vampire as an aristocratic seducer.

Copies of The Vampyre: A Tale have been added to the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Another favorite story of this time of year is Dracula, and yet again it is about a character who has found his way into movies, and onto television screens over the decades.

While Dracula might be the most famous of Vampires to appear in fiction, a little trip around the internet reveals he was not the first literary vampire.  Per Wikipedia:

The literary vampire first appeared in 18th-century poetry, before becoming one of the stock figures of gothic fiction with the publication of Polidori‘s The Vampyre (1819), which was inspired by the life and legend of Lord Byron.

Copies of Dracula have been added to the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Solomon Kane by Robert E Howard

Solomon Kane is one of the many stories we have selected that many people first discovered through a movie, and in some cases were surprised to find originated as stories and books.   First published in the 1920s, Solomon Kane is described in several places as:

A late 16th–early 17th century Puritan, Solomon Kane is a somber-looking man who wanders the world with no apparent goal other than to vanquish evil in all its forms.

Copies of Solomon Kane have been added to the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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H.P. Lovecraft Complete Collection

When choosing books for our end of October / Halloween, some might call it not just genre, but Horror, collection, H.P. Lovecraft is an author that leaps to mind, but which one work of his to choose?  The decision was made simpler by a finding a Complete Collection.

Howard Phillips Lovecraft was an American author who achieved posthumous fame through his influential works of horror fiction. Virtually unknown and only published in pulp magazines before he died in poverty, he is now regarded as one of the most significant 20th-century authors in his genre.

Copies of the H.P. Lovecraft Complete Collection have been added to the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Washington Irving’s Sleepy Hollow

As October winds down there is a genre that seems to leap to everyone’s mind (or at least the minds of most television show writers).  With that in mind we have a special eBook collection coming together over the next few days, and our first selection for it is Washington Irving’s Sleepy Hollow.

Some may know Sleepy Hollow from the fairly recent Television show that lasted a few seasons, or the film’s that have been inspired by the work… for those who have not had a chance to read this work, perhaps now is the right time to take your first visit back to the original town of Sleepy Hollow.

North of New York City lies Sleepy Hollow, a secluded glen rumored to be the home of countless phantoms and specters. Chief among them is the Headless Horseman, the ghost of a Hessian soldier whose head was removed by a stray cannonball in the Revolutionary War. He rides across the glen each night and disappears in a flash of fire and brimstone at the bridge near the Old Dutch Burial Ground.

Ichabod Crane, a superstitious schoolteacher who recently arrived from Connecticut…

Copies of Sleepy Hollow have been added to the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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Books for Curious Kids – We’ve Been Adding to the Library

We have been finding a lot of books on Kindle that, for lack of a better expression, are bound to appeal to the curious kids out there.  Short books, little more than a pamphlet by adult standards, but a quick night time read to small kids, that focus on a single topic, perhaps two, and give the highlights of information and hopefully interesting facts and tempting tidbits for curious minds.

The topics in our CheerUp.Fun Curious Kids Library range from animals, to individual States in the US, to books about other Countries and Planets.

If you are interested join here to jump start your Curious Kids Library and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  It should result in the first hundred folks to sign up having several hundred children’s books being downloaded into their Kindle library, free of charge, courtesy of the CheerUp.Fun Curious Kids Library.

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Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Curious Kids Library, as recommended books are selected and shared, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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