All the free ebooks you could ever want; all in one place.
This is my favorite website for free ebooks. They have a very clean, easy-to-navigate website, and they have downloads for every genre available.
Pixel of Ink
This is a great resource for free kindle downloads. It is updated daily, and they also offer bargain books to download from Amazon.
This is a website & app that syncs with your local library. Create an account, or log in with Facebook. Next, set your library preference thru your location settings, and then log in to your local library’s website. From there you can search and download all the free ebooks that are available thru your library’s catalog. It’s easy, and you don’t have to remember to return the book. It will remind you via email that your loan is about to expire, but if you forget to return it, it will “return itself.” It’s so easy! I love using the app to download books from my local county library; I’ve been able to read many best sellers for free. 🙂
If you don’t have access to Overdrive, you can use booklending.com to borrow and lend books from people. The loan will run 14 days, and is automatically returned to its owner, similar to Overdrive once the loan expires. Very convenient way of borrowing/lending books.
This is a great website because not only can you find and download free ebooks, but they have some extra special features that make this site unique.
The website is updated hourly, so go back often to find more and more free books! (You can never have too many books!)
Search by rating, author, genre, and more to find just the right books for your reading pleasure.
Import your wish list so eReaderIQ can help you find those books you’ve been wanting but can’t find or can’t afford.
This website is awesome, so give them a click and check it out!
There are over 46,000 books available at this website, so go check it out.
This is such a great site to find awesome free ebooks in every genre. I love it, and the site is so easy to navigate; that is huge for me. If I get confused, I log off and go somewhere else. But with Hundred zeros, (yes, I know they misspelled ‘zeroes.’ Don’t let your OCD get in the way) I am never disappointed.
Freebooksy is a blog dedicated to giving its readers access to free Kindle and Nook books. Give them a click and find out why so many people are flocking to Freebooksy for their ebook fix.
OHFB (One Hundred Free Books)
This website has free Kindle downloads in every genre you can think of, and shows you the newest releases on their front page. Each book is available at Amazon. Click the Book Deal Blog link at the top for even more downloads for your reading pleasure.
Free Books Hub
Freebookshub.com is a beautiful site with large pictures of the book covers, and huge, easy-to-read DOWNLOAD FOR FREE buttons. At the top, they also have a link where you can find Dollar books.
First of all, the name is cool. I love walking into a restaurant and seeing a buffet, so who wouldn’t love a buffet offering free and discounted Kindle ebooks? It’s like a dream come true!
Kindle Buffet offers many different genres of books, and has them all laid out in front of you, so you can easily find what you are looking for. You can even sign up to get email notices of the latest books being offered on their website.
I hope this helps you find all the free ebooks you’re looking for. If you have another website or app that you’d like me to add to this list, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. THANKS!