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Mark Goodwin (moonfish) | 59 comments Mod
Three that I found (to get you stated) are BookGorilla, BookBub and Pixel of Ink ...

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Mark Goodwin (moonfish) | 59 comments Mod
Two more to wet your appetite ... Kindle Free Nation and eReader IQ ... Go Crazy, eh ....

message 3: by Megan (last edited Nov 28, 2013 03:06PM) (new)

Megan (megancasey333) | 1 comments A short story in Iza Moreau's Small Town mystery series is FREE on Amazon all Thanksgiving weekend, A good series which features a female/female couple who love horses. Search under A Question of Breeding

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Lynn Jarrett (bookreaderlady) | 3 comments Hello and a happy late Thanksgiving to all!! I just joined this group and wanted to add in the few websites I am aware of that offer free e-books (along with sale prices for e-books). The websites are as follows: BookBub (http://click.e.bookbub.com); Bookperk (http://links.e.harpercollins.com); Daily Cheap Reads (http://www.dailycheapreads.com); Kindle Buffet (http://www.weberbooks.com/kindle); and Read Cheaply (http://readcheaply.com). Enjoy!!

message 5: by Lynn (new)

Lynn Jarrett (bookreaderlady) | 3 comments Thank you Regina!!

message 6: by James (last edited Nov 29, 2013 12:00AM) (new)

James Ward (jamesward) | 11 comments By far the best, I've found, is the Author Marketing Club, http://authormarketingclub.com/.

If you sign up for their newsletter (it's free), every day they'll e-mail you a list of about 20-30 books free on Kindle.

message 7: by James (new)

James Ward (jamesward) | 11 comments Also, if you go to their "Free Book Submission Tool" page, and scroll right down to the bottom, there are links to 24 free e-book sites.

message 8: by Lynn (new)

Lynn Jarrett (bookreaderlady) | 3 comments I will check it out. Thank you!!

message 9: by James (new)

James Ward (jamesward) | 11 comments The Author Marketing Club is really only for Kindle free books, though. A good site for ANY kind of free e-book (Kobo, Kindle, Apple, etc.) is Bibliotastic.

message 10: by Mark (last edited Nov 29, 2013 03:05AM) (new)

Mark Goodwin (moonfish) | 59 comments Mod
Wow ... Thank you everyone for the great response to this group.

Today I am adding Freebooksy and Freeebooks.net. I should also let you know that librarything.com has a free eBook contest every month. I have won about 8 from them so far.

Also, there is a new Thread here which tells you about Calibre (an eBook Reader) for those who may not be aware of it.

One last thing, if you know of people who like Free Books (and who doesn't) ... why not let them know about this group and let's see I grow. Thanks.

message 11: by Mark (last edited Nov 29, 2013 03:14AM) (new)

Mark Goodwin (moonfish) | 59 comments Mod
Some great links put up here. Thanks for getting involved.

message 12: by Mark (last edited Nov 30, 2013 04:50AM) (new)

Mark Goodwin (moonfish) | 59 comments Mod
Oh, and do not overlook Manybooks.net - lots of free classic stuff there !!! (in many formats)

message 13: by Kathrin (new)

Kathrin Thanks for the links everyone. I will check them out.

Just wanted to leave for the free classics www.gutenberg.org

message 14: by Duane (new)

Duane Simolke (duanesimolke) Free eBooks at Smashwords:

Weekly author postings for free eBooks:

Fat Diary, free comedy eBook:

message 15: by Nak Attack (last edited Dec 10, 2013 05:40AM) (new)

Nak Attack | 3 comments I found a site called www.77ebooks.com. I haven't bought anything from them yet but the prices are insanely cheap! Especially the Author Collections. example: you can get 50 books from Lynsay Sands for aprox. $20ish.

I honestly have no idea if the site is legit or not, I was curious if anyone knew for sure. The site is very popular among my friends.

message 16: by Sandy (new)

Sandy How about this website? If you sign up to receive their email, you get a nightly email with everything they posted that day.

message 17: by Sandy (new)

Sandy In the US, try the site: http://ebookshabit.com/. If you scroll on the right hand side they list the free e-books by genre. I also checked some of the freebies and they are also free on the Canadian Amazon site. You can sign up for their email too.

message 18: by Sandy (new)

Sandy Forgot to add this one. This one has a great search engine to narrow your search at the top. Narrow your search by genre, length, new within X number of days, first time free, popular vs. all books. http://www.freereadfeed.com/#t

message 19: by Sandy (new)

Sandy They got acknowledge in USA Today this past summer. Search engine on the side, also email and on Facebook. http://www.freebooksifter.com/?n

message 20: by Mark (new)

Mark Goodwin (moonfish) | 59 comments Mod
Thanks for the info ... will check 'em out ...

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