Monday, 12 March 2012

How to Download Free E-Books

Before you start worrying about the cost of buying eBooks. it's worth remembering that there are a number of places you can download eBooks for free and its legal.

There are  a number of website sites such as, Oboko and Project Gutenberg that offer free out-of-copyright eBooks that can be downloaded. Project Gutenberg houses 36,000 free eBooks and includes links to a total of 100,000 hosted on other sites meanwhile offers a selection of free Harlequin romances and a range of cut-price titles. The only snag here is they can't be downloaded directly to your device using a Wi-Fi or 3G connection. You'll have to download them to your PC and then transfer to your eReader by connecting the device to your computer via its bundled USB cable. Although has an app for Google Android and iOS devices which means you can download the eBooks straight to your mobile phone.

Alternatively, lets you download digital extracts of books so you can see if you like the book before shelling out for it. It's also worth visiting specific author or publisher websites and signing up for newsletters from them, as sometimes cheap or free eBooks are offered, or even follow them on Twitter. WH Smith offers a handful off free ebooks, along with a selection of 'Bargain eBooks' which start from 99p and certainly won't break the bank. Waterstones also offers cheap eBooks



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