Additional E-Book Resources

A Guide to Free e-Books

Baen Books - A publisher of scientific fiction and fantasy, Baen Books offers more than 120 titles. You can save books to your computer or send them directly to your kindle.

Bibliomania - This site provides free online literature with more than 2,000 classic texts (including fiction, drama, poetry, and short stories).

Bookyards - Bookyards‘ goal is to be "Library to the World." The web portal has more than 17,000 e-books to download, as well as thousands of external web links and links to e-books in other sources.

E-Books Directory - This website offers a growing list of free downloadable e-books and documents.

eLibrary - eLibrary offers lots of free e-books. - This site provides over 28,000 free e-books for your PDA, iPod or eBook reader. Genres include classics, espionage, mystery / detective, science fiction, history, women’s studies and many more.

NetGalley - NetGalley is a service for people who read and recommend books: book reviewers, journalists, librarians, professors, booksellers, bloggers, etc. Publishers upload their galleys and any marketing and promotional information, then invite contacts to view their title on NetGalley. Readers can also find new titles through NetGalley's Public Catalog, and request to review those titles from the publisher.

Online Programming Books - This website provides details about free computer books, free e-books, free programming books, free online books, and sample chapters related to information and communication technology, computer science, and the internet.

Planet eBook - This website is the home of free classic literature.

Project Gutenberg - Project Gutenberg is the place where you can download over 33,000 free e-books to read on your PC, iPad, Kindle, Sony reader, iPhone, Android, or other portable device.

The Online Books Page - From the University of Pennsylvania Libraries, this site offers over 40,000 books available for free online.

Blogs for E-Book Users

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