How to get FREE books legitimately, via #Kindlepreneur

I want to share this great article from Dave Chesson of Kindlepreneur.

His site doesn’t have a reblog facility, so I’ve done this the good old-fashioned way of cut and paste (I have Dave’s permission to share), and I’ve put the link to read the rest of it below this introduction. Believe me, its worth it for all readers. I had no idea about a couple of these sites, which really surprised me, so go ahead and take a look – you may also be surprised!

 

 

As an author, I spend more money than I would like to admit on ebooks, books and audio books. I enjoy reading them and they help me hone my skills as a writer too.

But recently I discovered a couple ways in which you can legally download free kindle books, including how you can get the new or popular ones as well. It will save me a bunch of money and I hope it can save you money too.

These methods for how to download eBooks for free (or practically free) are legitimate and explained in detail below.
In this article, you will learn:

  • How to download free electronic books legally
  • Where to find new releases, classics, and bestselling ebooks for free
  • How to be a professional reviewer and read books before they’re even released
  • Bad news sites or tactics to stay away from

This article will not undermine any author or their works. So, don’t worry. I am not being hypocritical and showing people how they can ‘game the system’ or cheat other authors.

I just want to show you how you can get your hands on excellent eBooks legitimately and safely–without emptying your pockets.

Continue reading https://kindlepreneur.com/5-clever-ways-to-legally-download-free-ebooks/

 

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5 comments

  1. I am always interested in free books. I spend far too much on ebooks. I get David’s newsletter and found this article enlightening.

    1. Yep, that’s why I asked him if I could share it – I’m all for saving money where I can, though I will happily pay for a book by an author I like.

  2. Excellent share Deb. I’m familiar with a few of those sites so thanks for the add ons. Also, I’ll include your post in my next week’s Writer’s Tips – links for writers. 🙂 Happy weekend! 😉 x

    1. Yes, that was it for me – I knew most of them, but not all, so the extras were valuable. Thanks for the share 😀

      1. Pleasure always. I’ll ping you when I post. ❤

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