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March 9th, 2010

12:10 pm
Free eBooks

Hmm - I thought I'd posted the Facebook list previously here on LJ. This was going to be a follow up. Anyhow, a list of more places to get free eBooks for the ebookreaders out there-

http://www.spacejock.com.au/Hal1Download.html
http://www.stevejordanbooks.com/novels.htm#lens
http://www.richardherley.com/
http://www.rudyrucker.com/postsingular/
http://finding-free-ebooks.blogspot.com/
http://online-novels.blogspot.com/2008/08/science-fiction.html
http://www.suvudu.com/freelibrary/
http://www.teleread.org/free-ebooks/
http://www.free-online-novels.com/
Baen Free Library: http://www.webscription.net/c-1-free-library.aspx

Baen Promo CDs: http://baencd.thefifthimperium.com/

University of Virginia etext repository, LIT and PDB, mostly:
http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/ebooks/

Gutenberg Master all-in-one downloads:
http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Gutenberg ... VD_Project

They also provide a custom CD/DVD download service:
http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Gutenberg ... _CD_or_DVD
http://snowy.arsc.alaska.edu/pgiso/

Munseys.com - pick your preferred format; they have most of 'em:
http://munseys.com/

The Universal digital Library (aka, Million book collection):
http://www.ulib.org/index.html
(Ever wonder what DejaVu is for?)


http://craphound.com/ Lots of good free stuff but also at the forefront of ebooks, their distribution ect.

http://nomediakings.org/ Much like Cory above but heavily into comics as well.
Some free SciFi Ezines.

http://www.sfsite.com/~silverag/argentus.html
http://efanzines.com/DrinkTank/index.htm
http://www.shimmerzine.com/issue-ten/
http://www.conceptscifi.com/index.htm
a very good site :
http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/
Here is one that seems to be getting better all the time
http://www.getfreeebooks.com/

http://mybebook.com/download_free_ebook/
http://www.smashwords.com

http://www.infogridpacific.com/igp/AZARDI/ePub%20Books%20and%20Resources/
http://manybooks.net/

http://www.free-ebooks.net/
http://www.zuluexpress.com

01:51 pm
Science!

The archives of 137 years worth of the magazine Popular Science are availabe for free here-
http://www.popsci.com.au/archives