I just discovered this free site today. Feedbooks has plenty of grist for the mill, both from the public domain, and from authors who submit their own original works, all free. I’ve picked up several from there, and I’m pretty sure I’ll be back for more.
Zorba’s Guide to free ebooks.
Try manybooks.net for more freebies.
The MobileRead Wiki has a huge list of free eBook sites.
Did you get a Sony model? Their Reader Library store has free reading from Google books, all in the public domain. I’ve gotten some good ones there. Added bonus: lots of childhood memories provided by perusing the lists. The Reader Library interface is clunky: no arrow or wheel scrolling unless your mouse is on the sidebar; no back-arrow to previous pages; it’s slow. How 1980-ish.
There’s nothing free at eBook.com, but check it out. Become a free member and you’ll get coupons for 25% off of certain publications. Even with the discounts, there are no bargains there.
And finally, here’s a link to some additional software for PC, Mac and Linux computers. With this software you’ll be able to convert books in other formats into ePub volumes. It’s called Calibre. Here’s a link to a discussion of the Calibre eBook management tool.
Links to eBook web sites
- A forum – MobileRead
- Want to create an eBook? eBook88
- Project Gutenberg free books – ProjectGutenberg
- eBook technology reviews – epapercentral
- eBook reviews – ebookreadersreview
Do you have any gems you’ve discovered? Please do leave your finding in the comments section below.