where can I get online books to read?where can I get online books to read? Claries #get the book #e-book
Overdrive, through your local library. Its a free app but you do need a library card.
Overdrive/Libby is great. There is also Hoopla and CloudLibrary. They are all free apps and you can download music, ebooks, movies, and audiobooks without late fees. They do require a library card. I have a county library card and a local library card so I’m able to access them.
@Tam I have all of them as well. I don’t do Libby anymore because its the same as overdrive. If A book is unavailable in overdrive, its unavailable in Libby.
anything else that doesn’t involve a library card?
@Claries none that I know that are free. It really is worth it to get a card even if you never use it except to get access to the app.
Your local library. Overdrive or Libby and they are free.
Libby, I think it’s much more convenient than overdrive. You do needed a library card.
hoopla with library card
There are a lot of sites that offer free or very inexpensive books. There’s Bookbud, Robin Reads, Digital Books, are a few. Even Amazon has offers. Good Reads is fun too. I get offers everyday.
there’s a app called “ANYBOOKS”..!!
Amazon kindle app has some free books on it.I have several I have downloaded for free.You have to search hard for them though.
Overdrive and Libby are free online library apps, all you need is your local library card.
Project Guttenberg and All Classic Books are free apps for literature. ?
http://manybooks.com/ has thousands of free ebooks downloadable in many different formats.
See if your library has overdrive or Libby. That way you can read for free – with a library card
Thank you everyone
Libby (by using your library card), Amazon Kindle books, and Scribd (better for US subscribers)
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The main book sellers (Amazon, B&N, Kobo, etc.) usually have a fairly good selection of free books you can get and some of those change on almost a daily basis. Plus, many authors on those sites often do a short-term free offer on some of their books as an incentive to get you interested in their other books. From Amazon alone, I have over 1,000 free ebooks that I picked up over the last few years and that’s when i wasn’t picking up as many as I have lately.. There are also a number of reputable ebook lists you can sign up for that offer free ebooks, usually either by having the authors offer them free temporarily or through a deal with one of the major book retailers.
Fan fiction is always free. There are tons of sites. Some of it is actually really good.