Amazon Has Made a Top Kindle Book Free Right Now (Go Fast!)

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You usually have to pay a premium for first-rate fiction. Recently, however, countless readers were pleasantly shocked to see one of the year’s most intriguing thrillers available at Amazon for free.

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Widely praised for its unique and suspenseful story, The Xactilias Prelude has earned serious praise from critics:

“An immersive, very well-written roller-coaster ride with surprises around every corner.” – Sarah McDaniels, The Candid Book Review

“Tense, fascinating and beautifully written … a classic psychological thriller that will leave readers breathless.” – Lois McGinty, The Best Books Journal


Here’s a description of the book, along with the link to the Amazon sale’s page.

— Claire Foley is a genius, and some very dangerous people have noticed. Now, she’s become an unwitting accomplice to sinister happenings, led by a mysterious organization with dark, disturbing goals. Faced with a bizarre environment, terrifying villains, shocking revelations and a deepening mystery, Claire must find a way to escape the inescapable, before they hijack her gifts to do something unimaginable.

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Uh, What??? — 7 Most Outrageous Celebrity Quotes

From the outside looking in, life can seem great for the Hollywood elite. When you’re constantly surrounded by fans and yes-men, however, it’s easy to let your fame go to your head. Sometimes this results in some regrettable comments like these.

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Ariana Grande

“What the [expletive] is that? I hate Americans. I hate America.” – In video of her licking donuts at a bakery without paying for them and being offended by their size.


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Lena Dunham

“Now I can say that I still haven’t had an abortion, but I wish I had,” the outspoken celebrity said in a podcast. She later expressed regret for her words and chalked them up to her wild, unpredictable personality.


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Jennifer Lawrence

“I don’t know if you’ve ever read the Kurt Vonnegut short story where everybody has to take these pills to make your private parts feel like wet sponges and then nobody can have sex and no one can procreate. And so by the time I’m older, and I’m like, ‘I think I want to be a mother,’ they’re like, ‘You can’t, your private part feels like a sponge.’”


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Azealia Banks

“LGBT community (GGGG) are like the gay white KKK’s.Get them some pink hoods and unicorns and let them rally down rodeo drive,” the rapper, singer, songwriter and actress posted on her Twitter account.


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Justin Bieber

“I have a swagger coach that helps me and teaches me different swaggerific things to do… He has helped me with my style and just putting different pieces together and being able to layer and stuff like that.”


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Kanye West

“If Kim had dated me when I wanted, there would be no Amber Rose. It’s very hard for a woman to wanna be with someone that’s with Amber Rose. I had to take 30 showers before I got with Kim.”


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Pink

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Book Review: The Xactilias Prelude Has Arrived (Finally!)

ad5By Paul A. Achoa

If you’re looking for a game-changer for your weekend reading list, I confidently recommend The Xactilias Prelude.

UPDATETHIS BOOK IS FREE AT AMAZON NOW (GO FAST!)


Long anticipated, the popular thriller finally arrived at Amazon, and it was well worth the wait. I do most of my reading on Kindle, so I was content to wait until Amazon worked out all the frustrating contractual issues. Now, after finally experiencing the book, I honestly regret not reading it earlier.

From the incredible opening line (“Have you noticed any insects behaving strangely? … avoiding you perhaps?”) to the pulse-pounding finish, each chapter sucked me deeper and deeper into a spell-binding world, filled with mystery, danger and one surprising revelation after another.


I don’t want to spoil things by revealing too much of the plot, but it all centers on a gifted genius named Claire Foley who comes to discover that her life, and millions of others, are controlled by a mysterious shadow organization with some pretty terrifying plans for the world.

But, there’s so much more to the story, and every single page really fuels your desire to know more. I was nervous, excited and blown away by the suspense, thrills and shocking surprises. This one’s definitely going at the top of my list of recommendations. Check it out if you are looking for a quality book for your weekend reading list.

Currently on sale for half-price in digital format at Amazon, The Xactilias Prelude is also available in audio and print.

Large Breasted Women May Die Early, says Study

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According to many, large breasted women have a significant advantage over their smaller breasted counterparts. Why else would so many pay thousands to increase their bra size via surgical operations? Contrary to popular belief, however, a new study suggests that having large breasts might be a dangerous burden.

What Does the Study Indicate?

Large breasted women are subject to a higher risk of disease mortality, according to a study by a group in the United Kingdom. Through their examinations, accredited researchers, Chaminda Sellahewa, Peter Nightingale and Amtul R Carmichael, determined that large breasted women have a higher risk for nodal metastasis, a particularly fatal type of breast cancer.

According to the study, large breasted women had a significantly greater tumor size than similar patients with smaller breasts. The researchers determined that the size of the women’s’ breast tended to be a precursor of greater lymph node activity which may lead to wider expansion of the disease; however, interestingly, the weight of the breast measured after mastectomy had little correlation with mortality.

The researchers were unable to determine the cause of the increased risk, although they theorized that it might have something to do with the fact that large breasted women tend to be heavier and exercise less. They also hypothesized that large breasted women might have trouble detecting their tumors early enough for positive intervention, because the overall mass of the breast impeded physical detection.