Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Where To Find Free eBooks | Family Economics
Have you gone from holding a hardback book in your hands to an eReader only to discover a new eBook buying habit? Stop spending your coffee money and discover how you can fill your eReaders with free eBooks by simply going to one of these eight websites and searching for books that interest you.
Amazon has two free eBook offers that provide thousands of free classic books every day or for a limited time.
• Amazon Kindle Free Classics
• Amazon Limited Time Offers
Project Gutenberg offers over 38,000 free eBooks to choose from that you can also read online.
• Project Gutenberg
Many Books has over 29,000 free eBooks available for the Kindle, Nook, iPad and most other eReaders.
• Many Books
Free Book Spot offers everything from fiction to mathematics, all free.
• Free Book Spot
Free e-Books allows you to discover new authors and offers both fiction and non-fiction selections.
• Free e-Books
Get Free eBooks is a directory of free legal eBooks from various categories, along with other resources and useful information for both authors and readers.
• Get Free eBooks
Feed Books offers both free public domain books and free original books that are mostly self-published or written by new authors.
• Feed Books
Where do you find free eBooks? If you don’t have an eReader, what are your tips for finding discounted paperback or hardbacks?