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So you got yourself a new Kindle. Now what? You could spend a small fortune filling your Kindle up with books! There are literally millions of free books available for your Kindle! The trick is finding them and getting them onto your Kindle. By the time you reach the end of this guide your Kindle should be overflowing with books! So what kind of books can I really get for f So you got yourself a new Kindle. Now what? You could spend a small fortune filling your Kindle up with books! There are literally millions of free books available for your Kindle! The trick is finding them and getting them onto your Kindle. By the time you reach the end of this guide your Kindle should be overflowing with books! So what kind of books can I really get for free? And why are they free? Many of the works available are classics that are now in the public domain. You are probably familiar with many of these great works like Huck Finn, Sherlock Holmes, Charles Dickens, the Greek classics, Shakespeare and many more. Many other books are released for free by small indie authors who just wish to get known. Many of these books are quite good. New books are frequently offered for free by authors and publishers for a limited time to get some momentum going. It is this last category that we are going to focus on first. One word of warning before we get started. The Internet and even Amazon’s Kindle publishing platform has made it easy for anyone to publish almost anything. No longer is there a gatekeeper checking for quality, editing, formatting or content before its made available to you. Many of the sites I will mention in this guide do put out professional material, but online publishing is kind of like the Wild West yet. As a result, you will find lots of books that are total crap and amateurish! If that happens just delete it and find another book. They are free after all. With a little bit of work though you will also find lots of gems. You don’t actually need a Kindle to read Kindle books! Surprised? Amazon offers several free reading apps. Currently they are available for iPhone, Windows PC, Mac, Blackberry, iPad, Android, Windows Phone 7. They also have the Kindle Cloud Reader where you can read your books right in your web browser. With the advent of the Kindle Fire a lot more books are coming out with color pictures and diagrams. I recently installed Kindle for PC so I can better view the books that don’t render so well on my Kindle. I like it even if its not so portable. You might want to give it a try. As long as we are looking for free books for our Kindle, let’s start with the home of the Kindle – Amazon. Amazon has over 50,000 Kindle books that are totally free! Amazon has a strong interest in providing a healthy selection of free (and cheap) titles in their Kindle store. Free books are a strong selling point. They keep Kindle owners coming back in huge numbers looking for more. And Amazon is well aware of this! In this book you'll learn the best way to find free ebooks on Ammazon. In short, here are what you're going to gain from the book: • My Favorite Way of Finding Free eBooks on Amazon • More Ways of Finding Free Kindle Books on Amazon • Some Other Places That Offer Free eBooks • Discover Google Books For Yet Another Source • More Free eBook Sites To Explore • Kindle Lending Libraries Now go find some good books for free! If you're like me your Kindle will be overflowing in no time!


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So you got yourself a new Kindle. Now what? You could spend a small fortune filling your Kindle up with books! There are literally millions of free books available for your Kindle! The trick is finding them and getting them onto your Kindle. By the time you reach the end of this guide your Kindle should be overflowing with books! So what kind of books can I really get for f So you got yourself a new Kindle. Now what? You could spend a small fortune filling your Kindle up with books! There are literally millions of free books available for your Kindle! The trick is finding them and getting them onto your Kindle. By the time you reach the end of this guide your Kindle should be overflowing with books! So what kind of books can I really get for free? And why are they free? Many of the works available are classics that are now in the public domain. You are probably familiar with many of these great works like Huck Finn, Sherlock Holmes, Charles Dickens, the Greek classics, Shakespeare and many more. Many other books are released for free by small indie authors who just wish to get known. Many of these books are quite good. New books are frequently offered for free by authors and publishers for a limited time to get some momentum going. It is this last category that we are going to focus on first. One word of warning before we get started. The Internet and even Amazon’s Kindle publishing platform has made it easy for anyone to publish almost anything. No longer is there a gatekeeper checking for quality, editing, formatting or content before its made available to you. Many of the sites I will mention in this guide do put out professional material, but online publishing is kind of like the Wild West yet. As a result, you will find lots of books that are total crap and amateurish! If that happens just delete it and find another book. They are free after all. With a little bit of work though you will also find lots of gems. You don’t actually need a Kindle to read Kindle books! Surprised? Amazon offers several free reading apps. Currently they are available for iPhone, Windows PC, Mac, Blackberry, iPad, Android, Windows Phone 7. They also have the Kindle Cloud Reader where you can read your books right in your web browser. With the advent of the Kindle Fire a lot more books are coming out with color pictures and diagrams. I recently installed Kindle for PC so I can better view the books that don’t render so well on my Kindle. I like it even if its not so portable. You might want to give it a try. As long as we are looking for free books for our Kindle, let’s start with the home of the Kindle – Amazon. Amazon has over 50,000 Kindle books that are totally free! Amazon has a strong interest in providing a healthy selection of free (and cheap) titles in their Kindle store. Free books are a strong selling point. They keep Kindle owners coming back in huge numbers looking for more. And Amazon is well aware of this! In this book you'll learn the best way to find free ebooks on Ammazon. In short, here are what you're going to gain from the book: • My Favorite Way of Finding Free eBooks on Amazon • More Ways of Finding Free Kindle Books on Amazon • Some Other Places That Offer Free eBooks • Discover Google Books For Yet Another Source • More Free eBook Sites To Explore • Kindle Lending Libraries Now go find some good books for free! If you're like me your Kindle will be overflowing in no time!

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