7/21: See It First on Thursday with Free Nonfiction Ebooks

We know instaFreebie readers are always ready to discover new authors and try great new reads from old favorites, so we’re making our blog the best way for you to see it first every day! It’s Thursday, and we knew you’d enjoy the latest and greatest from our top nonfiction genres!

Crafting

Hand-Printing Studio by Betsy Olmsted

HandPrintingStudio

Fabric, glass, wood, metal, humans . . . print on almost anything! Try your hand at DIY printing with 15 colorful projects, from a galvanized planter and curtains to a coffee table. Make over nearly any surface with block printing, silk screen, and disperse dye transfer with this complete visual guide. Start with 12 charming patterns, and branch out to sketch your own designs. Getting your hands messy is all part of the fun!

 

Health

Meditation by Osmond Park

Meditation

What is meditation? It’s a question that some people have a hard time answering.

Meditation is often seen as a mystifying and confusing subject, but it does not have to be. In fact, meditation is something that everyone can practice on a daily basis. In this first book of my Meditation Series, I seek to define and simplify what meditation is, and provide individuals with a means to begin genuine meditative practice. This book is for all people, regardless of faith or background, and seeks to promote a culture of tolerance and acceptance toward the many unique meditative techniques and traditions of the world, and will provide readers with clear avenues to begin their meditative practice, foster healthy habits, and improve their relationships.

Essays

Cold by Victoria Dougherty

Cold

Victoria Dougherty comes from the ultimate Cold War family – daring escapes, backyard firing squads, communist snitches, bowlfuls of goulash, gargoyles, gray skies and bone-chilling winters. In Cold, Dougherty writes essays with humor and raw soul. About the heart-rending stories she grew up hearing at her dinner table and the two-hanky drama that played on in her home. She ponders how her family’s bad luck – so bad her parents dubbed it a curse – against all reason became a force for good in her life.

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