A book is a gift you can open again and again. —Garrison Keillor
It is books that are the key to the wide world; if you can’t do anything else, read all that you can. —Jane Hamilton
My last post on reading entitled, “Celebrating Reading the Kindle Way” truly was a pleasure. To me reading is a gift that can be enjoyed with others and I see my writing (be it via a blog post, social media post, email, my writing projects in the making or even my WhatsApp messages) as a means of sharing with others.
From the time it was posted I knew I needed to do a Part 2 of it and here it is:
There are so many avenues where you can access free e-books. Some of course are a bit different to others but all in all will appeal to readers looking for different genres, people of different age groups as well as people from different cultures.
Without further ado here are some links worth checking out:
http://ufdc.ufl.edu/baldwin/all/thumbs (This is a link to 6000 free e-books that allows you to Print, Send, Save and Share)
https://archive.org/details/yrlsc_childrens&tab=collection (This is a link to 1800 e-books which are also free and can be downloaded in various formats such as PDF, ePub and Kindle)
Here are some apps that may pique your interest which are applicable to Android users:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.askneo.android.fbk ( Free E-Books for Kindle)
Trust me there are lots more apps that are available and this applies to both Android and iPhone users. All you have to do is go to the Playstore or Apps Store and enter this very simple search term “free ebooks” or try searching “free book apps”.
From me to you, happy reading!
In closing here are also some videos that might lead you to some very interesting finds: