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message 1: by Arvind (new)

Arvind GB (aravind_gb) So...
I love reading in my e_reader
Which is the best site, where we can download free ebooks in epub/mobi format ?


message 2: by Renee, Mistress of the Mini-Challenge (new)

Renee M | 4708 comments Mod
I go through my town library website. But also bother kindle and iBooks have lots of great books to download for free. Many of them are classics or public domain books but also some others.


message 3: by Camille (new)

Camille (camillesbookishadventures) | 812 comments There's also Project Gutenberg for books in the public domain.


message 4: by Arvind (new)

Arvind GB (aravind_gb) thanks guys.
ll look in to it


message 5: by Holly, That Geeky One (new)

Holly (hollycoulson) | 1949 comments Mod
Godan, I use Mobilism if I'm hunting for a specific book that I really really want to read. Or Project Gutenberg for older books in the public domain, like Camille said.

If I want to browse, definitely go for your library website. I don't know what it's like in other countries, but libraries in the UK often have an ebook service where you can download them for a set period, which is great.


message 6: by Renee, Mistress of the Mini-Challenge (new)

Renee M | 4708 comments Mod
I renamed this thread to include more discussion of ebooks.


message 7: by Polly (new)

Polly Clarke | 56 comments I also enjoy my library ebooks. Free and instantly downloadable, yes please! I also sign up to bookbub which deliver a newsletter to my email everyday which tells me of the latest offers on the internet and some are free. A good way to get to know new authors and for indie authors to get their work known.


message 8: by Renee, Mistress of the Mini-Challenge (new)

Renee M | 4708 comments Mod
That sounds like a great resource. Thanks for sharing it. :)


message 9: by Amber (new)

Amber (amberterminatorofgoodreads) Feedbooks and smashwords do free ebooks in epub format as well.


message 10: by Renee, Mistress of the Mini-Challenge (new)

Renee M | 4708 comments Mod
Good to know. Thanks, Amber. :)


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