Monday, April 23, 2007

Lost My Library Card Ten

Ten Things that Offer Free E-Books

1. 5000 e-books in a bunch of categories are free for download at freebooks5000.com.

2. Baen's free library has a nice collection of interesting titles in it.

3. David Bain put together a links page to free e-books with potential literary merit (Doug Clegg is on there, so it must be true.)

4. Get free Christian e-books from jesus.org.uk.

5. Intelligentedu.com has a nice free online library of computer books.

6. Links to Australian & New Zealand digital libraries can be had over at E-book.com.au.

7. Free-ebooks.net not only has plenty of free e-books in many different categories; you can also submit yours to them.

8. Marketing book junkies should check out the free downloads at Free-Internet-Marketing-ebooks.com.

9. Regina Paul's article here lists links to 64 free romance e-books online.

10. Need poetry? Check out the poetry e-books at poemhunter.com.

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous2:46 AM

    Don't forget Project Gutenberg:
    http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page

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  2. Links to lots of free stories here!
    http://papersky.livejournal.com/

    In honor of Pixel-Stained Technopeasant day. My contribution is up in my blog today.

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  3. Anonymous wrote: Don't forget Project Gutenberg:
    http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page


    Thanks for the reminder link -- PG is definitely the #1 site for free e-book downloads and online reading.

    Charlene wrote: In honor of Pixel-Stained Technopeasant day. My contribution is up in my blog today.

    Is that today? (she writes, looking innocent.) Kind of a clunky label, but I guess "Webscab Day" wasn't pretty enough.

    I wonder what the Borg VP would make of the fact that I've sold seven novels that started as stories I gave away for free online....maybe that makes me a webwhore? Lol.

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  4. I think it makes you successful. *g*

    I kind of like "webscab day" myself. Has a nice ring to it.

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