I’m still old -fashioned in that I love to read books in their physical form. But living in a crazy city like New York where I’m constantly commuting, I find e-books more convenient at times. So, today, I wanted to share some sources that provide free e-books.
- General EBooks – This is the one I use most. They have millions of free e-books as well as e-books you can buy online. You can search directly or browse through their collection, but honestly it’s much more convenient to search directly. There is a brief synopsis of each book as well as user reviews!
- ePub Bud – Another great source for easy to download free e-books. Once again, there is a search function. Usually, if I can’t find something on General EBooks, I come here hoping they will have it!
- Freebooksy – They upload a free e-book at least once a day. The book is typically free for that day only, but you can sign up for email updates. There is no search function, but you can browse by category.
- Smashwords – If you’re anything like me, you like to read through at least the first quarter of a book before you decide you want to invest in it. Well, this site is perfect for such sifting! There are free e-books, but you can also free portions of books for sale so you can get a feel for it before you purchase.
Are there more free e-book sources out there?