Love FREE Books? 5+ Ways To Get Free Kindle Books. #stuffyourkindleday
I have been a lifelong avid reader. When I was a kid, my sister and I would go to the library at least once a week. It was one of my favorite places to hang out. As I got older, I collected more and more books. When e-readers came along, I was so grateful for an easier way to store my books!
There is nothing better than a good book. But when it’s free, it’s even better!
September 20 is #stuffyourkindleday and I can’t wait! Some of the books are already available now!
See the Huge list of FREE Kindle books!
And if you need a new e-reader I recommend:
Kindle (2022 release) - The lightest and most compact Kindle, now with a 6" 300 ppi high-resolution…
Amazon.com: Kindle (2022 release) - The lightest and most compact Kindle, now with a 6" 300 ppi high-resolution…
More Ways To Get Free Books:
Libraries are not just for paperback and hardcover books! You can also borrow e-books.
According to ZDNet:
If you don’t have a library card already, I recommend you get one. Check with your local library on the requirements to get a library card as well as what their virtual library offerings entail. A library card can give you access to potentially millions of e-books to download on your Kindle or another e-reader or tablet.
Once you have a library card, you can log into your library’s website with your credentials, then search through the site to see what platform it uses for its virtual catalog. OverDrive is a platform used by many public libraries in the US that features millions of e-books and audiobooks and is available through participating library websites.
If your library uses OverDrive, then the app to download on your mobile device is Libby. With this service, you can browse through the virtual library and borrow books to checkout for free.