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Where to find free eBooks (Please, no personal advertising)

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message 1: by Exanimis (last edited Jun 06, 2016 06:05PM) (new)

Exanimis | 162 comments gutenberg is one I use a lot
http://www.gutenberg.org/
Amazon offers free e-books at
http://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-Ki...
Freebooksy has a lot of free e-books but they are mostly romance novels
https://www.freebooksy.com/


message 2: by Exanimis (new)

Exanimis | 162 comments I guess the original poster of this thread was "spam" and that is why their post was removed. It's ok if you want to remove mine as well, I didn't know the OP was not a regular member.


message 3: by Tiffany, Administrator (new)

Tiffany | 1786 comments Mod
Exanimis wrote: "I guess the original poster of this thread was "spam" and that is why their post was removed. It's ok if you want to remove mine as well, I didn't know the OP was not a regular member."

Thanks for being understanding, Exanimis :)

However, I think your post offered valuable resources for our group members, so I'm going keep the post and just rename the thread :)


message 4: by Tiffany, Administrator (new)

Tiffany | 1786 comments Mod
If anyone else would like to suggest places to find free e-books, feel free to add them to the list. But please, no advertising your own website, your own books, etc.

Thanks!


message 5: by Exanimis (new)

Exanimis | 162 comments Thanks Tiffany, I love my Kindel and free books are always great.


message 6: by Yvonne (new)

Yvonne Bennett (ytbennett) | 33 comments I use Bookbub.com, also the Kobo site has a lot of free ebooks


message 7: by Sarah (new)

Sarah (sarahpotempa) I use an app called Overdrive, it connects you to libraries. Yes, you have to have a library card. You can hold books to pick up at the library. You can also download ebooks and audiobooks. If your book isn't there, you can put it on hold. If it's an ebook or audiobook you have the option to download automatically when the book is available. Also, you can download to the app, or Kindle app for ebooks, and I think iTunes or the app for audio. Both my husband and I use it under my name. You can take out up to 5 books at a time, and have the option to hold as many. You have an 2 week or 3 week lending option as well. It's easy to use, and I do recommend it to people.


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