Turns out folks have already started converting the Kindle version to PDF and you can download that for free.
I give away a lot of digital copies myself. And, piracy is a fact of life in our current culture.
All I ask those of you stripping DRM from the Kindle version is this: Obviously if you think it's good enough to make free for all readers (not just for those who download on my promo days), you must think it's good enough to read and entertaining enough to recommend it to others.
So, why not write a review of the books on Amazon? That seems like a decent trade off--you and your pals get to read my work for free, and I get some feedback on it from you.
And, if you really really like it, why not invest in a paperback copy you can pass around to your pals who hate reading on a screen? I'm happy to sign copies--even if you buy them on Amazon (yes, they are significantly cheaper that way because signed copies sold here have the cost of shipping included as well as a bit to cover my inventory and time costs) and send them to me for signing. If there is interest in that set up, you can email me and I'll consider getting a PO Box just for signing books.