Budget Friendly Kindle Downloads! 6/14

These are my recommendations for Budget Friendly Kindle Downloads from .99-$4.99 for homesteaders, preppers, and do-it-yourselfers. If you do not have a Kindle you can download the Kindle for PC app on the Amazon homepage. Please “Like” and Share a link to my blog on Facebook or bookmark this blog and come back daily for more great picks. Thank you! Enjoy!

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Sanctuary's Aggression: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Series by [Maira Dawn]

How to build a Tandoor oven (A Brickie series Book 4) by [Allan Russell]

Recruit (The United Federation Marine Corps Book 1) by [Jonathan P. Brazee]

Just Baking: Homemade No-Knead Artisan Yeast Bread Cookbook for Beginners. Start Your Own Bakery with This Bread Making Bible by [Emily Wilson]

Crochet Patterns For Beginners by [Amy Wright]

How to Pickle Vegetables Like a Japanese Grandma by [Tomoko Nakamura]

Bass Fishing Tips: Bass Fishing 101 Techniques for Beginners by [Robert Fairbanks]

Old Fashioned Brick Oven: Detailed instructions on how to build a very good brick oven by [Predrag Arsic]

Rescuing Harlow: A Post Apocalyptic Romance (Seeking Eden Book 3) by [Belle Harper]

Creating the Homestead Orchard: A self-reliance guide from Backwoods Home Magazine by [Jackie Clay-Atkinson, Backwoods Home Magazine]

Gun Attack!!! Prevention and Survival Self-Defense Guide: Don't let this be the last thing you or a loved one see... (Tao-I Self-Protection Series Volume 1) by [Craig Rahn]

Ask Jackie: Food storage by [Jackie Clay-Atkinson, Backwoods Home Magazine]

Make Sausage Yourself: The big book on sausage production Sausage, smoking and curing with natural ingredients. The most delicious recipes for ham, bacon, salami, sausages by [ Jagger Davis]

Ask Jackie: Canning basics by [Jackie Clay-Atkinson, Backwoods Home Magazine]

The Trapper's Daughter: A Story of the Rocky Mountains by [Gustave Aimard, Sir Wraxall, Lascelles]

The New Homemade Kitchen: 250 Recipes and Ideas for Reinventing the Art of Preserving, Canning, Fermenting, Dehydrating, and More by [Joseph Shuldiner]

Thrown Away Series 2 - Part 3 "Riot" by [Glynn James]

The Art of Crochet for Beginners: Unique Themes and Patterns for your Loved Ones (Creative Art for Beginners Book 1) by [Freya Gates]

Good Housekeeping Easy Meal Prep Free 12-Recipe Sampler: The Ultimate Playbook for Make-Ahead Meals by [Good Housekeeping]

Build Your Own Backyard Clay Oven by [Gavin Webber, Kim  Webber]

7 Southern Christmas Breakfast Ideas: Overnight Breakfast Casseroles & More by [Prime Publishing]

Authentic Homemade Pasta: Recipes for Mastering Cut, Shaped, Stuffed, Extruded, and Flavored Pastas by [Carmella  Alvaro]

9 Types of Copycat Girl Scout Cookies: Your Favorite Copycat Girl Scout Cookie Flavors by [Prime Publishing]

Carolina Cookbook: A Southern Cookbook with Authentic North Carolina Recipes and South Carolina Recipes for Easy Southern Cooking by [BookSumo Press]


Wild Bread: Sourdough Reinvented by [MaryJane Butters]

Singer Upholstery Basics Plus: Complete Step-by-Step Photo Guide by [Steve Cone]

Fire Places: A Practical Design Guide to Fireplaces and Stoves Indoors and Out by [Jane Gitlin]

The Bread Builders: Hearth Loaves and Masonry Ovens by [Alan Scott, Daniel Wing]

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