Is “reading more” a new year resolution? Here’s how I rarely pay for eBooks!

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I’ve had my Kindle for a year now. It’s one of the best gifts I’ve ever received thanks to my husband. It wasn’t until recently that I actually paid for an eBook! There are so many FREE  eBooks available you never have to pay for one. I was interested in a specific book and couldn’t wait so I paid for it. Not only can you get free eBooks from Amazon but there are several other sites that offer really great collections available for download as well. Amazon lists the Top 100 Bestsellers both paid and free. This makes it really easy to take advantage of all those great free eBooks.

You can view the top 100 free eBooks at Amazon here. Plus, get the information about the additional free collections below.

  • Internet Archive is a non-profit dedicated to offering permanent access to historical collections that exist in digital format. Provides over 2.5 million free ebooks to read, download, and enjoy. PLUS they have TEXT books!
  • Open Library’s goal is to provide a page on the web for every book ever published.
  • Project Gutenberg, one of the original sources of free ebooks, is dedicated to the creation and distribution of eBooks.
  • provides free ebooks as a service to the Internet community at large.

Don’t forget, you don’t need an actual Kindle to get these free eBooks. Most of these downloads are available for your PC, MAC, iPad, Kindle, Sony Reader, iPhone, Android or other portable device. You can also get these downloads for your smartphone too!

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