Well I went on a downloading spree the other day and got a bunch of free music from Noisetrade :) I also got a couple of ebooks, but after reading through one of them I just noticed it is only a sample (3 chapters out of 8 in the 'full' book) but it has me interested :P
So, in no particular order, here are some links!
http://books.noisetrade.com/teddekker - This author has written other books too, and I have downloaded both of the books he has available as of today.
http://books.noisetrade.com/frankviola - I just finished reading the 'inside look' of Pagan Christianity? and I definitely want to read the rest of the book and the 'second part' of the book called Reimagining Church.
http://www.noisetrade.com/introducingew - This album isn't available any more, but it sounds like they might have more stuff up occasionally.
http://www.noisetrade.com/futureofforestry - I have downloaded some of their other music, but the album I just recently got has instrumental versions of some of their songs.
http://www.noisetrade.com/jillianedwards - As I was posting this link I saw she has another album available for download..so I got that one too :P
http://www.noisetrade.com/thestarvingartistcollective - This features different artists working together on various songs that they have written and making some neat music out of it.
http://www.noisetrade.com/cureinternational - This album contains songs from multiple artists coming together for a good cause.
http://www.noisetrade.com/davebarnes - You may have heard of him before...
http://www.noisetrade.com/needtobreathe - You also may have heard of this band...
http://www.noisetrade.com/sands - It is short for Seeker & Servant. The band is not called Sands.
http://books.noisetrade.com/hughhowey - I just got an email recently that talked about his books. They apparently are similar (in some way or another) to The Hunger Games series and the Divergent series. So if you like(d) either of those you may like this author.
So there you go. I told you I kind of went on a spree. That's what happens when you let emails stack up from Christmas until May.