6 Resources for Book Lovers
One of the greatest advantages of the Internet is that it provides a lifetime of free reading for book lovers everywhere. If you can never get enough to read, but are tired of spending hundreds of dollars or more on books each year, check out these resources for book lovers that are sure to make your life much happier:
Resources for Book Lovers
Free-eBooks.net has unlimited access to HTML ebooks as well as five ebooks every month in TXT or PDF format, all for free. There are numerous categories of books available, including both fiction and nonfiction. On this great site, you can download books from independent writers as well as those who are up and coming. Are you a budding writer? If so, you can submit your own ebook to the site and start building your fan base. In addition to the free offerings, the site offers a $7.95 a month VIP membership that allows you to download unlimited books in PDF, TXT, ePub and Mobipocket formats as well as storage space for keeping your favorites.
This is a great free service that lets you know when prices drop on Amazon Kindle books as well as updated lists of non-public domain freebies. You can also sign up for email alerts on new book releases, so you will never miss a good book again.
This fantastic service notifies you of free books as well as those with deep discounts. The notifications include best sellers, those from quality publishers, or those with excellent reviews. You can customize the alerts to fit the deals you are most interested in. It is important to remember, however, that all of these deals are limited, so you have to act quickly when you see something you want.
This archive has a massive selection of free children’s books, historical texts, academic books, popular reading, and fiction. An open-minded reader can find materials here to last for years of reading pleasure.
This is a collection of best-sellers that are currently available as free e-books on Amazon.com. You can download these great books for viewing on your tablet, computer, phone, Kindle, or other device and the list is updated once an hour.
This aptly named site provides readers with links to free ebooks from every imaginable genre. The site lists available download dates for all ebooks and provides a newsletter that can keep you notified of upcoming offers. When you sign up for the free newsletter, you are automatically entered to win a new Kindle and a $100 Amazon gift card.
Freebooksy posts at least one free ebook each day, covering several genres. The books are available for anywhere from one day to several days, so it is important to act quickly when you want one.
If you are an avid reader, there is nothing better than finding free books. These great websites can help keep you in reading materials for a very long time.
About the Author:
Donna Moody is one of the pregnancy advisers for Learning Lives. She uses her experiences as a mother, teacher, reader and woman to help others get through their pregnancy successfully.
I am not affiliated with any of these sites and have not personally used them; although I find them intriguing and plan to look at them soon!