Do you find free books on Kindle that are worth the read?
I've fund a few. All of Edgar Allen Poe's novels, cookbooks with decent recipies, a history book on serial killers, etc.
So far I've only found the classics to be worth the time. I haven't had much luck finding quality self-published books. I know they're out there, just hard to find.
Absolutely. Things from Poe to Machiavelli to Confucius to U.S. Grant to all sorts of novels, religious books, Civil War books, and the ever popular Etcetera!
Yes, I have found quite a few contemporary fiction books that are well written and entertaining.
I downloaded the entire Jane Austen collection on my Kindle for free and I was excited. The key is to check every couple days because they constantly change. Also another helpful hint is you could search by which genre you would like to find free books in, it would help lessen the results a bit.
by FaithDream 6 years ago
Is there a way to categorize books on Kindle Fire?After downloading numerous eBooks on the Kindle Fire, is there a way to put these books into categories? Right now, all the books are sorted by Title, Author or Recent. How can I create different categories to group them? Is this possible?
by Glen 8 years ago
I got mine just over 2 weeks ago. 6 inch screen. Bought two ebooks thus far, and been perusing through sample chapters for quite a few others. Loving the free 3G wireless. When I'm out and about I can check on Facebook, Twitter and Gmail.Who else has one? What model/size?
by craftdrawer 5 years ago
Do you read any the free Kindle books available on your computer/laptop/Kindle/iPad?Does anyone download free Kindle books on their computers/laptops? Do you read any of the free books that Amazon Kindle has to offer? I just offered a free (4 day) crochet book download on my Craftdrawer blog...
by Danette Watt 6 years ago
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by William Benner 20 months ago
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by SJ Rose 2 years ago
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