Reading Links

Site/Link Notes: Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. If you don’t have time to commit to a novel, then Daily Lit is your solution. Signing up by e-mail allows you to have a book sent to you in daily installments. Perfect if you’re a commuter. Feed Books is an online retailer of e-books. That means some of what you’ll find on there you will have to pay for. However, it has almost 5,000 titles that are in the public domain and are free to download. Project Gutenberg has more than 53,000 free books ready to download from publishers across the planet. Most of them were even published by actual publishers that have then been digitized by the project’s volunteers. Librivox contains free public domain audiobooks read by volunteers from around the world. All audiobooks are free for anyone to listen to, on their computers, iPods or other mobile device. You can even burn it onto a CD. If you’d rather listen to a book than read, give Loyal Books a try. It currently has thousands of public domain audiobooks ready to download. Many Books collates titles from the Internet Archive and Project Gutenberg and has more than 30,000 books you can search through. The Open Library has been created in an effort to create “one web page for every book ever published”. More than 20,000,000 records have been collected by the project. The website also allows users to borrow books.

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