I thought it was about time that I posted something just for you! I have a hard time staying up on all that I have to do, but everyone needs “down time”.
I like to read and thought you might too. Here are some websites to investigate that have free kindle books. If you don’t have a kindle, no problem! You can get this free kindle app that can be put on your computer or laptop. click here I have also found some websites that are not limited to kindle readers. Not really interested in an eReader and rather have an audible book? I have some websites for that too. Pamper yourself. It will energize you. 🙂
Pixel of ink has a variety of books and articles to read and helps if you are new to the kindle scene.
Gutenberg has book classics that are no longer copyrighted in the United States. You can also read on your computer or laptop if you don’t have a kindle. An interesting side note is this website was created by Michael Hart, the creator of eBooks who believed that books and literature should be as free and as plentiful as the air we breathe.
Many Books has been coming up on my radar the last few days. One of my friends said it is her new favorite place. There are more than 29,000 eBooks available for Kindle, Nook, iPad and most other eReader devices at this site.
Free Book Spot has over 90 categories for your viewing pleasure.
Free audible books are available if you enjoy listening instead of reading. Here are two websites that I found to get you started.
Are you interested in listening to an audio version of the Bible? I have really enjoyed this free version. You can download it for the iPad, iPhone, and Android as well as listen to it on your computer. You can also read along with it as it is being dramatized. If you like it, please consider donating. Bible.is