Just in case you haven’t discovered this for yourself, if you own a Nook ereader, you can get free ebooks for it at Barnes and Noble’s online ebook store.
Whilst I imagine that most Nook owners will have discovered this for themselves, there are always a few individuals who have not stumbled upon this wonderful side of ebooks… the free reads. Or others who are pondering which ereader to buy themselves, and have not realized that ereader can equal free reading.
Unbelievable number of free ebooks!
If you follow the link below, it will take you to the free ebook section of Barnes and Noble’s online ebook store, where, if my quick look at what was on offer is to be believed, has about 1838640 free ebooks for you to read!
I only looked at about 10 pages of 60 results for the purposes of writing this wee post, and all of those ebooks were free ones. And it isn’t only loads of ancient classics, but all manner of ebooks in every sort of genre written now or very recently.
It included ebooks by authors such as James Patterson, a number of the “For Dummies” series of ebooks, lots of kind’s ebooks, erotica, technical ebooks on computing and other technologies… Oh and a number of classics too, of course. In other words, choice enough, and given that they are all free, you can merrily experiment with authors you have never heard of as well, since if you start to read it and find you hate it, then throw it away, and nothing lost.
Not only Barnes and Noble.
In fact, all online ebook stores feature varying numbers of free ebooks, so you can happily read yourself to a standstill without parting from a cent if you wish, whatever ereader you might happen to have.
It is one of the best parts of the ereader revolution to my way of thinking, so many free ebooks for us all over the web.
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