- Charity shops - There's a charity shop near my house that has a box right at the entrance, full of free books. The only obligation you have is that you pick up just one and that if you have a book you want to donate, you put it there. Also, most charity shops have really cheap books, some of them in very good conditions, so I check out their shelves too (not free, but almost free).
- Library - Same as before. A lot of them have books that they give away for free. Actually, a few of the books on my #Shelflove list came from a library that was giving away free books.
- BookBub - A very cool website where you can find a ton of freebies from many genres. All you have to do is sign up (it's free) and it will send you daily emails with freebies. Also bargains.
- The Fussy Librarian - Same as the previous website, you just sign up for free and you'll receive tons of free books and bargains on your mail.
- eBookSoda - Another website with free subscription.
- Pixel of Ink - A website full of Kindle freebies and bargains. They update their site daily. You can either subscribe with your email address or you can follow them on Facebook.
- eReader Love - Same as before, you can either subscribe or follow on Facebook, where they post daily about the freebies/bargains they discover on Kindle.
- eReader News Today - Yet another website that has Kindle freebies.
- Pulseit - A website owned by Simon & Schuster. They feature two free books each week. You can't download them, but you can read them online. Oh, the cool part? In December they have the 31 Days of Reading, when they have a free book EACH DAY! So that's awesome.
- FeedYourReader - Awesome website full of Kindle freebies and bargains.
Saturday, March 7, 2015
This month we're talking about free books. Who doesn't love freebies, right? Here are my sources for free books:
Phew. I think that's it. Yeah. I hope this helps you feed your bookish addiction and help you save some money.