With all the free ebooks floating around on Amazon, Smashwords, and Barnes & Noble, I have to admit that for a while I went a little crazy. I downloaded books by authors I wouldn’t normally read to try them out, which is exactly why authors offer their books for free or at a low price point. They’re trying to reach readers who have not read their work yet, with the hope that you’ll then buy their other works.
Since all my excitement over the freebies has died down, I’ve drastically reduced the number of books I download. I had to admit to myself there’s no way I’d ever get around to reading all those books.
However, I know there are people who read way more than I do. In fact, I used to think I was an avid reader until I discovered readers on Goodreads and other social media sites who fly through twelve or more books per month. My paltry four or five is laughable next to those stats. (By the way, if you’re on Goodreads, send me a friend request. I like to see what other people are reading.)
So, this blog post serves two purposes. Authors will find other avenues for advertising their books. It’s also for all you avid readers. In addition to the books you buy, you now have a list of places where you can find free and low-cost ebooks to further indulge your addition.
1) Bargain Ebook Hunter http://bargainebookhunter.com/
We’re dedicated to hunting through the digital publishing world looking for eBooks at great deals (from FREE to $5.00).
2) Cheap Ereads (for Nook readers): http://the-cheap.net/
This website was created in an attempt to let other Barnes and Noble Nook users know that there really are plenty of deal priced books for Nook readers.
3) Ebook Lovers: http://bestebookreaderlovers.com/
4) Ereader Love: http://www.ereaderlove.com/
The online resource for all things ebook and ereader.
5) Ereader News Today: http://ereadernewstoday.com/
6) Free Books for Kindle (on Facebook): https://www.facebook.com/pages/Free-Books-for-Kindle/136225579732999
It’s our mission to help you find the best free books available for your kindle or kindle app device.
7) Kindle Finds: http://kindlefinds.com/
Kindle Finds is a book promotional service. We target independent authors who have written exceptional novels but have gone somewhat unnoticed.
8) Kindle Nation Daily: http://kindlenationdaily.com/
During the past few years we have built the community that we call “Kindle Nation” into the largest and most influential independent community of Kindle enthusiasts and ebook readers on the web.
9) Kindle Spice: http://kindlespice.com/ Kindle Spice is a book promotional service. We target independent authors who have written exceptional spicy novels but have gone somewhat unnoticed.
10) Nook Lovers: http://www.nooklovers.com/
We have created this site to offer readers a chance to find the best, most economical reads around.
11) Nook Soul (on Facebook): https://www.facebook.com/NookSoul Deals on Urban and African-American Nook and Kindle books.
12) Pixel of Ink: http://www.pixelofink.com/
Pixel of Ink features daily publishing of Free Kindle Books and Hot Deals.
13) The Frugal Ereader: http://thefrugalereader.com/
The site features ebooks available at the Amazon Kindle Store for less than $9. Many are at the rock bottom 99 cent price tag and free ebooks are featured, too.
14) Free Black Ebooks: http://www.freeblackebooks.com/
Your source for the latest free ebooks by African American authors (or books about the African American experience).
15) Free Booksy: http://www.freebooksy.com/
16) Ebooks Habit: http://ebookshabit.com/
What do you think of the list? Do you have any to add?
17) Bookbub: https://www.bookbub.com/ebook-deals/recommended
18) Read Freely: http://www.readfree.ly
19) Read Cheaply: http://readcheaply.com/
20) Reading Deals: http://readingdeals.com/
21) Book Swag: http://www.book-swag.com/
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