Because of having such a crazy week, I only have a few links. Monergism shared some free (Christian) e-books you can download: Dispensationalism Today, Yesterday and Tomorrow by Grover Gunn, The Story of the Puritans by Erroll Hulse and a link to a pdf of A Short Explanation and Defense of the Doctrines of Grace by Grover Gunn. Since they're all free, I've downloaded all of them but haven't had time yet to even look at them let alone start reading them and since my TBR list is really long it'll be a while before I do. Plus, 2 of the many books I put on hold at the library came in and another is moving up the hold list quickly, so I need to start them. Both books were given good reviews by some of the book bloggers I follow (I don't remember which bloggers but the books are The Pursuit of Mary Bennet: a Pride and Prejudice novel by Pamela Mingle and The Sweetgum Knit Lit Society by Beth Pattillo) and the 3rd hold that will be in soon is Francine Rivers' newest release, Bridge to Haven. There were 10 - 15 people ahead of me when I put my hold on it but it's zipping along and now I'm 3rd in line. Don't know if that means it's so good people are flying through it or if the library is only letting people check it out for a shorter time than you can keep older books.
I'm also adding a link on my "blogroll" to a "How To Study the Bible Timesaver Bookmark" designed by Kim Clayton, a Precept Bible study leader who also leads some studies online. I've found it to be very handy over the years so asked for permission to share it here. You can download it from Dropbox. She based it mostly on Kay Arthur's book How to Study Your Bible and some from Howard Hendrick's Living By the Book and designed it so you can fold it in half (length-wise) and use it as a bookmark.