How to get free ebooks daily

If you find yourself constantly running out of ebooks to read, this website may help.

How to get free ebooks daily

Are you an ebook junkie? If you find yourself constantly running out of digital reading material, then this website can help to replenish your library – for free.

The website is called BookBub. It gathers up all the ebook bargains from the internet each day and sends you an email about any which it thinks you might like, based on the preferences you choose. Books in the newsletter are either all free or ‘dramatically discounted’.

The books are checked by BookBub and only those from bestselling authors or that have good reviews online are chosen. Free ebooks featured in the past include works from bestselling authors such as Dan Brown and Jodi Picoult.

Books are only free or discounted for a limited time, so you’ll have to act quick if you want one, but once you’ve downloaded an ebook you can keep it forever, reading it whenever you want.

With nothing to lose, why not have a look at some of the current ebooks available for free and if you like what you see, sign up; BookBub will keep you posted on the best deals.

Do you read ebooks? Or do you prefer the tactility of a physical copy?





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    fearlessfly
    18th Nov 2015
    10:25am
    This website is fine if you use a Kindle or Kobo eReader, but no good if, like me, you use something like Aldiko on an android tablet using .epub format books directly downloaded. I have an enquiry logged seeking clarification of this problem, and will report back when I get a response from them.
    52-KID
    18th Nov 2015
    7:43pm
    I also use an android tablet, and all you have to do is download the Kindle Reader app and off you go. Got to be honest, I haven't used it yet, but it's there ready to go when I need it.
    fearlessfly
    19th Nov 2015
    9:46am
    Reply from BookBub, pretty much as I thought:

    "You can sign up to receive deals for Google Play by choosing Google as your retailer. Additionally, with Amazon’s free apps, you can read any of the Kindle books we feature on your Android device. You can get the apps and more information here:
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000493771&tag=bookbubblog-20"

    As I refuse to have anything to do with that corrupt gorilla Amazon, and the Google Play option is so Mickey Mouse, I've deleted my BookBub account.
    bevharro
    18th Nov 2015
    10:42am
    These are some sites that I use constantly for free books to read

    www.ereaderiq.com
    www.dailyfreebooks.com

    ereaderiq - this site tracks books that you want to read and sends you an email when it reaches Free or a price you nominate eg 0.99. This is a great service.

    dailyfreebooks - you put in the genres of books you like to read and it sends you a daily email of ALL free books in those genres. There are 10 of each genre in the email but you click on the genre title and it will take you to all the books on that genre free for that day.

    Both of these are great services and I use them ALL of the time.
    Camira
    18th Nov 2015
    1:38pm
    I occasionally use my Kindle, it's great for travelling however must admit to preferring the feel of an actual book.
    bevharro
    18th Nov 2015
    1:56pm
    Reading an actual book in the car makes me carsick. I can read my Kindle for hours in the car with no problem at all. Go figure. I have spoken to others with the same result.
    fearlessfly
    18th Nov 2015
    2:20pm
    We always listen to Audiobooks when travelling in the car
    Suzie
    18th Nov 2015
    3:04pm
    I love to read books too , but when you buy a REAL book the problem is getting rid of them , , I had over a 1000 books when we were moving from interstate and no one wanted them , not the library , nor second hand stores nor second hand bookstore as the books were to new and most only deal in older books , these books were in as new condition as they had only been read once by me ,so I figured it was much easier and cheaper to buy a mini iPad and read on it so now I use it for emails playing mind games and reading ..so even tossed the old computer out ???? And no more worry about surplus books around , just read and delete
    Suzie
    18th Nov 2015
    3:06pm
    I might add I couldn't even give the books away on eBay or gumtree
    bevharro
    18th Nov 2015
    3:12pm
    I also have tried to give books away with no luck. And we have heaps still.

    One thing about my Kindle? I can have hundreds and hundreds of books on it. Can you imagine carrying around so many books at once? I have also sent hundreds (and I mean HUNDREDS) of books to my PC for filing, then when my Kindle is empty I will then send them there. You can download KINDLE FOR PC for Free from Amazon.com.
    Fran
    18th Nov 2015
    4:30pm
    Having bought a tablet over 1yr ago, and finding it so confusing, how do I go about getting books into it please. Please stop laughing and get up off the floor! My dog and cat are useless with things like this. I am not a reader, however would love to start and tackle this problem. If I do not know how to do something, it becomes all big and scary I am afraid.
    bevharro
    18th Nov 2015
    4:43pm
    Dizzy, I mostly get my books from Amazon. You have to set up an account with them, and set up the device you will be reading from. I actually have 2 set up. My Kindle and my laptop. You must download Kindle for PC to your device (free from Amazon). When a book you want becomes available for the price you want to pay, on the right hand side of the book and details there is the option to One-Click to purchase. Before you one-click, you select which device you want to send it to. If you have only set up one device, just one-click. The book will then be sent to your device. Your device must have your Wi-Fi or internet open so it can download. On Amazon you can find all the information you will need to do all this. I actually get all my books from www.amazon.com and not www.amazon.com.au.
    Fran
    18th Nov 2015
    5:01pm
    Thank you bevharro for treating me as normal, if setting up the A/c
    does that mean giving them your bank account details?
    And also do they drive you mad with trying to get you to buy more books?
    Thanking you muchly.
    bevharro
    18th Nov 2015
    5:17pm
    Dizzy, no they don't drive you mad to buy books. They don't need to contact you at all. You select the books you want to purchase. There are options for them to send you an alert when a book you want comes up for the price you want to pay.
    As far as your bank account details, you can actually purchase an Amazon Gift Card which you attach to your account. Any purchases will then come off the gift card balance.
    AngelMamma
    20th Nov 2015
    10:48am
    Dizzy and bevharro, I also use the kindle for tablet option with Amazon. But I choose not to pay for books. I only get the free ones. Some are a bit odd but if you don't like it then just delete it and try again. At the very least you are not losing any money.
    PlanB
    19th Nov 2015
    6:17am
    I download MP3 Podcasts -- to a USB --for traveling in the car or listening to of a night in bed, there are many interviews and other interesting things to download
    andytwo
    20th Nov 2015
    6:13am
    Give your used books to Lifeline, they will take them.
    PlanB
    20th Nov 2015
    6:53am
    I have always kept my books because they are all factual and also are books of information, I never read fiction.
    A. N. Onymous
    20th Nov 2015
    8:51pm
    http://bartleby.com/
    http://www.business-software-books.us/
    http://www.ccel.org/
    http://childrensbooksonline.org/
    http://www.digitalbookindex.org/
    http://ebookdb.org/
    http://www.freeebooksblog.com/
    http://www.gutenberg.org/ (U.S.A.)
    http://www.gutenberg.net.au/ (Australia)
    http://www.loyalbooks.com/
    http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/
    http://pge.rastko.net/ (Project Gutenberg Europe)
    http://planetebook.com/
    http://www.thefreelibrary.com/


    (search engines)
    http://www.ebook-search-engine.net/
    http://pdfgive.net/


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