Friday, October 19, 2012

Calling All Ereaders

In my post from last Friday, October 12, I shared information for Nook owners about Barnes and Noble's free ebook downloads, which are available every Friday.  To take advantage of this offer, visit on Fridays.  If you visit this Nook blog at other times, the posts are related to other books available for purchase on the Nook.
Since not everyone owns a Nook, I'd like to share a source for free ebooks that all readers can access regardless of the type of ereader they use.  The website is called Feedbooks.  Use this link to access thousands of books that are available in EPUB, Kindle and PDF formats.  The downloads are quickly and easily added to your ereader.

The Feedbooks website is well organized and sorts fiction and nonfiction books by category. There is a section with featured selections as well as sections for other popular genres.  Among the numerous fiction choices you will find classics like Alice in Wonderland and Treasure Island, and literary masterpieces like The Brothers Karamazov and The Great Gatsby.  Nonfiction titles include The Prince, Siddhartha, The Republic, and Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass.  Another nice feature is when you click on a particular book, other available titles by the same author are displayed, as are a selection of similar books.

While this website is sure to have wide appeal, it is particularly useful for high school and college students with school reading lists, since they are likely to find many required books here.  The website is a great one-stop location, with bestsellers and new releases also available for purchase.  I highly recommend this website to everyone interested in feeding their ereaders.


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