If you believe the various blogs and posts from news outlets around the world, several million people across the globe opened up a brand new Kindle today for Christmas. If you are one of those, welcome! You are about to really enjoy your new eBook reader and, if you are like me and numerous others, I’m willing to bet you are about to start reading more than you ever had before the Kindle’s arrival.
There are a lot of books you can buy immediately from the Amazon Kindle store, and I’m certain many of you have done so already. There are, however, millions of books offered for free – both from Amazon as well as many other sites across the globe. I am going to give you a link below to sort through several thousand non-public domain free books on the Amazon website that you can download immediately (for free, of course) from the Amazon website. There is also a link on the blog’s website to various free collections from Amazon and other third party websites.
If you have an e-Ink Kindle (paperwhite, Kindle Keyboard, Kindle) You can also subscribe to this blog where we send out links to newly-available (and free) books available not only on the Amazon website but other booksellers, too. You can have it delivered for free over the Whispernet service directly to your Kindle: if you are reading this on the web, just click here and start your risk-free two week trial for free. Or you can type in www.tinyurl.com/fkblog into your web browser and click the “subscribe” icon in the upper right-hand corner. Amazon will give you two weeks to try out the subscription for free.
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And here is your link to several thousand non-public domain free books on the Amazon store: http://smarturl.it/ebooks – when I checked the link this morning, there were just over 10,400 free Kindle books available just from Amazon: that should keep you busy for a while!
Enjoy your new Kindle!
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