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Post by t+vaughn »

I just checked out Bookbub. I am in Love!!! I most definitely recommend this site to all Kindle owners. I chose a few free books and the site directed me right to my amazon account. COOL!!

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Post by jcnl0618 »

I like the fact that BookBub sends an email daily with a list of books. I also have found a few pages on Facebook that offer free books. I have really just started looking around for different places.

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Post by ladiibug »

Have you tried Kobo? They have loads of free books and I'm pretty sure you all will find some interesting to read.

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Post by blackcat »

There are a lot of websites giving free books for kindle. One would be amazon . You can do a search on their website 0.00 under the kindle department. If you like the classics you can get the for free on project gutenberg. Some might not come in a format your kindle will support so you might have to go online and convert the books into whichever format your kindle accepts. The one I use is and you don't have to download anything onto your PC.

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Post by Aivlys »

If you enjoy science fiction/fantasy, you might like the baen free library.
You can also buy baen books directly from them and they are committed to DRM free e-books, which I love. Their prices are very reasonable. (I am not affiliated with them in any way. I've just been enjoying watching the evolution of baen free books for several years.)

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Post by Himmelslicht »

Is Bookbub legal? It sounds too good to be true LOL.
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Post by Dando »

Overdrive! You can get books that you actually want to read, rather than just what is available - the problem that I usually run into with most free sites.
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Post by pretzelsnow »

amcdaniel_01 wrote:Sign up for a website called Book Bub. It will send you daily deals on Amazon so you can see what books are going on sale at free or $0.99 prices.
I have this too and I like it!
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Post by heatherlynn21 »

I like KindleBuffet (also have an android app), which sends you over to amazon and the free ebooks area in your chosen interest area when you are ready for new books. :)

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Post by literarylover+ »

Amazon is good especially if you like to read classics. I recently downloaded 15 free classics such as "Moby Dick" to my Kindle Paperwhite.
Some other resources I have come across for free e-books are:
Project Gutenburg

I would check out your state library's website to see if they have an e-book program. Sometimes you have to put holds on titles you want, but to me it has been the best resource yet for free e-books! :) Your local library may also have a program.

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Post by erindcargill »

They have a lot of free books on Amazon!

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Post by han87 »

I recommend Amazon,, Project Gutenburg and signing up for Bookbub emails. Good luck and happy reading!
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Post by jazziemommie »

I use my local library's website to borrow old and new e-books. Even when a book I want isn't available, I'm able to place a hold on it and they notify me via e-mail when it's available. Also, I have Amazon Prime, which offers a Kindle Owners' Lending Library where you can find new titles as well as the classics.
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Post by Seena »

I agree Amazon is great on free books. Wondering if the Amazon unlimited has discounts on new releases .

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Post by Alli K »

You can get books from a website called Epubbud or another called Tuebl. I use these websites all the time and I love them!

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