3,651,570 free eBooks! I think I need a Bigger iPad!

I have to thank the folks over at Majorgeeks.com for the FYI about this one! Some serious ebooks here!

How would you like access to 3,651,570 free eBooks? And that’s just the start! The 3,651,570 number was a rough count of what I saw on the websites listed below, not counting the library links, so in reality 3,651,570 is just the beginning.

When you think of e-books, odds are you automatically head to one of the big players like Amazon, Google or Apple. Attempting to search for free e-books returns a list of thousands of websites who track free e-books available, mostly on Amazon. It’s exhausting. There’s a wealth of websites out there where you can download free e-books, often in multiple formats for your Kindle app or reading on your computer or mobile devices. Here are direct links to some of my favorites. Bookmark this page for future reference.

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