Here is the list of books I've got currently loaded on the Kindle to read ~~
"Practical Ways to Simplify Your Life"
"Vegetable Container Gardening"
"The Frugal Guide to Cutting the TV Cord"
"Old & New Testament Manuscript History"
"Declutter Your Life"
"Candle In The Darkness"
"Secrets of Quick Decluttering, Selling & Organizing the Home Area"
"Selling on Ebay"
"The Grads Guide To Money"
"Trash Picking for Profit"
"How to Save Big Money on Groceries"
"101 Ways to Prepare Your Home for a Natural Disaster"
"52 Sunday Dinners"
"Homesteading: Money Saving, Frugal Tips & Recipes"
"100 Easy Recipes in Jars"
"Muffin Tin Meals"
"The Ladies Book of Etiquette and Manual of Politeness"
"On The Kentucky Frontier: A Story of the Fighting Pioneers of the West"
"Women on the American Frontier"
"The History of the 13 Colonies of North America"
"A Textbook of the Household Arts"
"The Life of Abraham Lincoln"
"Historic Girls, Stories of Girls Who Have Influenced The History of Their Times"
" Food Drying"
"How to Declutter Your Home and Simplify Your Life"
"Mary at the Farm: A Bk of Recipes during her visit among the Pennsylvania Germans"
"Sizzling, Scrumptious barbeque Recipes for Camping, Home, The Grill & Kettle BBQ"
"Frugal Cleaning Tips"
"Homeopathy At Home"
" 89 Apple Recipes"
I guess I have enough to keep me busy for quite a while! Boredom should not be a problem! The best part is ~ all of the books were FREE. Alot of them are historic books ~ which I love to read. Its interesting to see the perspectives from different times. But, as with everything I read, if I start reading a book that I deem is inappropriate....I will stop reading it, and delete it from the Kindle.
(Every once in a while, Frugal Hacks (http://frugalhacks.com/) will do a list of free ereader books from Amazon! I greatly appreciate links to freebies~and this is the reason my "to read" list is so long!)