Continuing the celebration of Read an eBook Week – you can check out their dedicated website at http://www.ebookweek.com – read an eBook Week is March 3rd – March 9th this year (and all month in Canada).
While this is a continuation of various free eBook resources for you, here’s one more note before you start surfing away: if you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://smarturl.it/xfer into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.
Lybrary specializes in magic, gambling, and games such as bridge and chess. They are also offering a wide variety of free eBooks this week: look for the free button on the right-hand side of their website just below the credit card buttons. You can click here or type in http://lybrary.com into your web browser to check out the site and the free eBook offers.
Central Avenue Publishing is an independent press specializing in digital books and featuring writers of original fiction, poetry, and selected non-fiction. They are offering two free downloads each day during Read an eBook Week. Once you get to their website, just look for the line item “Read an eBook Week” underneath the “News” header. If you click here or type in http://centralavenuepublishing.com, you can check them out.
Writers Exchange is an Australian publisher with over 300 eBooks, and they are offering a number of free eBooks this week. When I clicked on their link last night, there were five freebies – their instructions on the website for these books say to click the “buy now” icon but to just put “0” in the price. You can click here or type in http://www.writers-exchange.com/Free-Ebooks.html into your web browser to take a look at these.
Hope that helps!
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